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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911.
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
of La Grande, Oregon
A. ft & A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
; 41, J y. ft A. M. hold regulai meeu
lags first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. xa. Cordial welcome to fcll
Masons. L. M. HOTT. V. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS. Secretar.
R P. 0. L La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday erenlng at 8
: o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington atenue
Visiting brothers are cordially In
rltea to attend.
; ; ; H. J. HITTER, Ex. Rul.
H E. OOOLIDGE, Rec. Sec!
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. 0. W.
: meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
',. D. FITZGERALD, C. C.
, J. H KEENEY. Cleri.
M. W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday hi the month at
the I. 0. 0. F. ball. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited tr
R. SNOOK. 0. ...
D. E. COX. Clerk. I
KEBKKAKS Orysial Loave So.
meets every Tuesday evening in
' I. 00. F. ball. All visiting .mea ,
bers are invlwd to attend. ... c -J
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE. N. 0. " :
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, See.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cro
Lodge No. 27 meets etery Monrtaj
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's halL)
A Pythian welcome to all vtsltlni
JESS PAUL. C C
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. B.
0. E. 8. Hope Chapter No. 13, 0. E
C. holds stated communications tn
second and fourth Wednesdays
. each month., Visiting members cor
CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
MARY A. WARNICK. Sec
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT Gran
Rcnde Circle No. 47 meets eve
first and third Thursday eveiilrm
In the month at the 1. O. 0. F. ft
All visiting members are welcome
CHLOE ROBINSON. G.M
Complete Equipment torlResettlng aim Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires k
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor .
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
H. Paitison, Prop.
For your good Judgment In trying
FAM US KING Havana Cigar for you
will know that at last you have founu
a smoke that you can r:ally enjoy
without paying more than 5c, 10c or
a bit for it. The Fam Us. Kink ctgar in
three shapes but one grade of hlgn
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ii Warm Air Furnaces, Pipe Valves and Fittings, Gut
. s " m e m a te mrm. T
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BAY 6 ZWE1FEL
PLUMBERS, HEATERS, SHEE1 METAL WORKERS
srfls) sftt) irH. f .isf if.siSj.f
The George Palmer
We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid
Roofing, Deadening Felt, Building Paper
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material,
promptly. Phone Main 8.
MUSICAL ENTEBTAIKJUEJiT BY
Praises ire Many and bond for Abil
ity ef Bell Ringers.
Tomorrow cening the well known
Dunbar quartet will render . the last
musical entertainment to be given In
the Lyceum course this season. The
board at Sllverthorne's drug store in
dicates that the high school auditor
ium will be well filled and likely to
be taxed to its capacity if the early
rate of sale of tickets continues.
Ralph Dunbar's 'cello solos have
won splendid praise from exacting
critics, who oft;n hear the world's
greatest 'cellists and are only Inter
ested in music in its highest devel
oped forms. Others, who 'enjoy a
beautiful melody or prefer tha simpler
expressions from the noble instru
ment, are equally pleased. Mr. Dun
bar la a splendid artist with an Amer
ican brain, by the. use of which he se
lect the best of extant 'cello litera
ture and presents it in a pleasing and
, The Dunbar trio has achieved real
success; the combination of flute,
'cello and piano, each In capable
hands, having long ago proved Its
right to a place in the realm of cham
ber music. Mr. Harry Dunbar is a
success as a presenter of character
sketches, his repertoire covering a
variety of subjects In as many dia
lects. It has been often said that he
"was the star of the evening," but th?
same phrase has been applied to all
the other six features presented in a
program. The vocal soloists are well
worthy of the success they have won
and every feature presented is a prov
ed one devoid of all amateurlsms. The
Dunbars have kept copies of com
ments, to the amount ol about one
hundred columns a year. Many print
ed are not seen by them. The follow
ing denote the tone of, approval that
the press has universally awarded
Probably no entertainment In the
course has given such satisfaction as
the Dunbars. Their voices 'blend
beautifully and it seemed that the au
dience could not get their fill of the
delightful music Jackson (Mich.)
Morning Patriot. V
It was entertainment, pure (and
simple, and the program varied. It
was all good, but ths bell ringing' was
particularly delightful! Wilkesbarre
It is difficult to imagine how amore
entertaining program could be made
up. The solos of Mr. FelgarJ and
Ralph Dunbar were much enjoyed
and the only fault with Harry; Dun
bar's work is that thrre was not more
of It. Mansfield (0.) News.
The Dunbars will be In La Grand.
tomorrow evening at 8:30 p. ra. .In the
high school auditorium.
(OLLTGES MEET TOMGHT.
Orator From Different Oreuon Instt
tutlous at Annual Meeting.
University of Oregon. Eugene, Or?.,
March 10. (Special) The State In
tercollegiate Oratorical association
will be h;ld at the university tonight.
Seven colleges, O. A. C, Albany col
lege, Pacific university, Pacific col
lege, Willamette, McMlnnvllle and the
University of Oregon will participate
Besides the orators, eight delegates
from each college will be in Eugene,
end will be guests at the various club
houses. The contest is an ' annual
event and is held at the state.' univer
sity once in seven years.
Carlton Spencer, '13, is Oregon's
representative. His oration ' is enti
tled: "Rust on Our Ltal Machinery. '
THEY ALL DEMAND UT.
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La Grande, Like Every City and1 Town
In the Union, Receive It
People with kidney ills want to be
cured. When one suffers the tor
tures of an aching back, relief is eag
erly sought for. There are many rem
edies today that" relieve but do not
cure. Here is evidence to prove that
Doan's Kidney Pills cure, and the
cure is lasting.
H. P. Swisher, 2467 Madison street.
Baker City, Ore., says: "Kidney com
pfalnt in my case was caused by ex
cessive horseback riding. The back
ache . steadily became worse as time
passed and there were other annoy
ing symptoms of kidney complaint
Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I
b.gan their nse and they not only re
stored my kidneys to a normal condi
tion, but rid me of the backache and
pains. I shall always take pleasure
in recommending Doan's - Kidney
Pills." . (Statement given November
4, 1907.) . ' , ,
Mr. Swisher was Interviewed on
May 28, 1910, and he added to the
above; "The cure mdae "by Doan's
Kidney Pills in my case has been
permantnt I gladly confirm all I
have previously said about this rem
edy." ' '...,
For sale by all dealers.- Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sale agents for the Unit
Remember the , name Doan's and
take no other. V
A Cold, LaGrlppo then Pneumonia
Is too often the fatal sequence. Fol
ey's Honey and Tar expels the cold
checks the lagrippe, and prevents
pneumonia. It is a prompf and Tilla
ble cough medicine that contains no
narcotics. "Foley's Honey and Tar is
the best cough remedy I ever used as
it quickly stopped a sever cough that
had long troubled me," says J. .
Kuhn, Princeton, Neb. Just so quick
ly and surely it acts in all cases of
coughs, colds, lagrippe and lung trou
ble. It is as safe for your children
as yourself, and should be used in all
cas of croup, whooping cough and
measles cough, i Refuse substitutes.
Hill's drug store. ' '
From the Middle and Eastern portions
of the United States and Canada to
OREGON, WASHINKTON, AND THE
will prevail DAILY
MARCH 10th to APRIL 10th
RaiIroad& Navigation Co.
and connections, the
Oregon Short Line, Union Facias and
Chicago at $38.00
St Louis at .....$32.00
Omaha at $25.00
Kansas City at $2o.0J
St Paul at $25.00
nnd from other cities corresponding!
Yon can TREPAY Fares
The Colonists fare are westbound
only, but if you have relatllves cr
'rlends or employees In the east whom
you desire to bring to this state yoa
caa deposit the value of the fare
with your local railroad agent, and an
order for a ticket will be telegraphed
to any address desired.
Let the WORLD Enow
Of our vost resources and splendid op
Call on the undersigned for good
instructive matter to send East or
give him the address of those to whom
you would like to have such matter
General Passenger Agent
Your Stationery at a f
Stationery Store : : :
We always have the latest styles
and largest assortment and low
est prices - - - - -
Fabrique de Lyle Box Paper
35c The kind Others Sell for 50c
Mil lonArv sT!o:
Notice of Final Account
Notice is hereby given that Eliza
beth Donnelly, administratrix of the
estate of John P. Donnelly, deceas
ed, his filed in tb fVmntv Court of
Union County, Oregon, h-r final ac
count In the matter of said estate ana
the County Court has appointed Tues
day, the 4th day of April, 1911. at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the court
house in La Grande, Union county,
Oregon, as the time and place for
hearing of objections to such final ac
count and the settlement thereof.
Dated this 28th day of February,
Administratrix of the Estate of John
P. Donnelly, deceased.
yuhy pay Rent? We loan yor
" money to build, ana I o'
pay us as you would rent.
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The rooms are good and
Steam heated only one
block from depot
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jj RIPE uLIVESi;
J Selected Stock J
30c a Pint
In Pint Glass Jars 35c
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:: Heinz .ipple Butter
In Small Sanitary Tins J
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For the "cxt Thirty Days Ton Can Buy Tonr Silverware, Cnt Glass,
Band Painted China, Clocks an d Jewelry at s EeduetJon of front 10
to 25 Per Cent off. All reliable Quality and Fully Guaranteed.
J. H. PEREi
La Grande's Lead
ing Jeweler." t
Opposite U. 8. Land Office en A dams Aienne.
HAPK" ANH Uptown 6fflce Main 720
- , M Residence phone Main 26
AMBULANCE . L bussey
Job Printing Promptly at The Observer
Fresh Hand-Rolled Choco
lates Can't Be Beaten
SNOWDRIFT FLOUR ,s best FL0UR 00 ,Ac mrket and is guaranieed
to give the best satisfaction. Money back if it does
not. DELIVERED TO J0U AT VM PER SACK. PHONE US YOUR ORDERS
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