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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1911)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, ... FRIDAY, MAI&H 10,1911.
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Goods I 'can prove i; it if yoii 31 call;
: This Sale is to Raise th6 Cash
1411-1 3 ADAMS AVENUE
CARELESS ABOUT APPEDI
CITIS YS LA toiiAJii.
- Many La Grande people have chron
ic appendicitis which Is carelessly
treated as if it were ordinary bowel
or stomach trouble. If you have wind
or gas in the stomach or bowels, sour
stomach or constipation, try simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
compounded In Adlr-l-ka, the new
German appendicitis remedy. A. T,
Hill, druggist, states that A SINGLE
POSE of this simple remedy will ie
iieve any bowel or stomach trouble.
The Sewn Principal Selling
: Points -They
lace In front
They support crery vital or. i
ThejTare as comfortable sit
ting down as standing.
' They are easily adjusted H
In plain sight. '
They give the princess back,
following the most beautiful,
line In natnre, tbe spinal curve.
They are filled with ELEC
TROBONE, unbreakable, and
They supply the correct fash
ionable figure for every worn
an's form. For sale by ' Jr
Phone Black 14S1 or Black 81
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WE5ABA LOfBER COMPANY WILL
Firm Will Incorporate and Lumber
Company Men to Own Stock. ,
P. S. Robblnson of the Wenaha'
Lumber company announced "this
morning that in a few days an incor
porated company will be formed to
set out 120 acre orchard tract near
Imbler. The stock in' the company
will all be owned by the stockholders
of the Wenaha Lumber company. The
land is already purchased and active
work wlll.be started getting it ready
for setting of the trees. The name of
the company is not announced yet but
will be appropriate to the Imbler ap
ple growing industry.
New Orleans Plans Perfected.
New Orleans, March 10. The costli
est banquet ever give nln New Orleans
is to be the big feature of the enter
tainment program prepared in honor
of Col. Theodore Roosevelt's visit , to
this city tomorrow. Ten thousand dol
lars Is to be expended on, the banquet,
1 which will be held in the old French
Opera house. The function will be at
; tended by 800 of the leading citizens
, of New Orleans. The Progressive
league is In charge of the affair and
: will pay all the expenses.
Rend Observer want ada.
f For Saturday
Squash, Green Onions,
Hot House Rhubarb arid
. Lettuce and Head Lettuce,
Cauliflower, solid head
Cabbage, Celery j : ( :
Gypsy Queen Oranges, Grape Fruit
City Grocery & Bakery
The Home of Fancy Groceries
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BIG CONTRACTS CLOSED FOR CE.
: ME XT FOR CONTRACTORS.
Inadequate Quarters to Be Left for
More Commodious Place.
The Grande Ronde Cash company
will in a few days move from the
present location into the building oc
cupied by A. V. Oliver, recently pur
chased. They will still retain the
building now occupied for a hay ware
house. When Bituated 'in their new
quarters they will increase their var
ious lines and with better facilities
they can give their many customers
better service. In speaking of this
year's trade they say that so far this
year they have contracts for 2,500 bar
rels of cement for city pavement,
which is almost as much as they sold
last year and shows that improvement
work will be extensive In La Grande
this year. ' ' ....
TAILOR CO. .
Suits Cleaned, Press v
ed and Repaired,
Hats Blocked ... Kid 1
Gloves Cleaned. La .
' 't dies' work aspecialty ' '
1118AdamsAve: Phone 735
. . At the Arcade.
Another good program is now run
ning at this popular house. The Edi
son picture, The Doctor, takes rank
as' one of the great pictures of the
month. If detractors of the photo play
could see this beautiful drama their
objections must speedily vanish. No
better sweeter thing could not be de
vised, no more enobling subject is
possible. "Washed Ashore" an Urbln,
the finding of a chest of money by two
brothers and the results one of those,
ocean pictures for which this company
Wood Carving (Urbin) are indus
trial pictures. A series of views of a
little known but much Interesting oc
cupation. The Rival Dramatists (Se
lig) comedy is very good. .
Mr. Lynn F. Cowan in a spectacular
Cong production, "Don't Wake Me Up,
I Am Dreaming," Introduced with
great success in the east. . ,
Drink the '6 Best
' Bottled in Bond
221 FIR STREET
Motor .Boat Races in the South.
Palm Beach, Fla., March 10. An
rangements are about completed for
the seventh Annual regatta of the
Palm Beach Power Boat association,
which Is to take place on Lake Worth
next week, beginning Tuesday and
continuing four days. Eighteen of the
wot Id's fastest motor boats will con
test In the several events that make
up the program. The events will be
gin Tuesday morning with th speed
contest, which will have several start
ers, all of which are expected to ac
complish better than 30 miles an hour.
The closing event of the ngatta will
be the endurance race on Friday. The
cmh ranee contest is for the coveted
1'alm Beach prlc: of $2.500 'In gold,
whic his to become the bona fide prop
erty of tie motor boat owner who first
succeeds in winning two contests for
I and Heating
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LH GRANDE. ORE
Coming Saturday, March i i
AND BELL RINGERS
Under auspices of the La Grande High School
Third Number of Lyceum Course
presents an always pleasing entertainment of great variety and
of rare excellence with -the aid of a large amount , of costly
equipment that cannot be exeelled. ' v.,::',;;' ..(.
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Admission: 25c, 50c, 7Sc; SllOO
Seats For Sale at SilvertRbrn Dnig Store
's What They All Say
It's Good For What Ails You
MONTANA POOL ROOMS-
CIGARS and TOBACCO
Welton & Batnett Ptops., Corner Jefferson andftepot sf,'
NECKWEAR of the Latest f ; vy( Handsome BELTS;
New PUFF PINS ; .;;jfhejRnestCASH BAGS
Elegant RIBBONS Dainty HEAD SCARFS'
Tailored TURBANS, Pretty SAILORS in the most
.approved styles . )
E, M. WELLMAN & Co 5
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