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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911.
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, TONIGHT'S P.OGRAM
March 10 and 11.
"The Escape from the TuUlc-
les" .......... paths
A feature film of a thrilling;
episods of the French revolu- .
tlon. . Magnificently staged
and acted. -
."The Little CIrcu Rider".'..
-..v. ...... ............ Selig
Spectacular story, fully
equipped circus on the road.
. Great parade.
"Three Men and a Maid"....
. . ... . . Vltagraph
. When a maid wants a man
she'll find some way to get
her choice.' ,
SPECIAL Miss Nellie Gardes:
will sing v "Rubbernecking
I LO CALS
The early sale of seats for the Dun
bar entertainment as-Indicated by the
board- at Silverthorne's , drug store
guarantees an 'audience, that will
quite fill the high school auditorium.
Boys and girls sell twelve boxes or
"Toke One" Shoe Polish, 10c each.
Make forty cenrs and get a nice foun
tain pen free. A. W. Westby 129
Grand Ave. Portland Oregon.
The Oregon will furnish first class
rooms and board at $25, $30 and $35
per month. No. 10 Depot street : ' "
New' Home sewing machines' at
Newlin Book and Stationery company.
Cooked FeotfJSale. '.
The Maccabees will conduct a cook
ed food sale' Saturday, March 11, from
10 until 5 In the store building adjoin
ing the Bohnenkamp store.
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Plf month Boosters for Sale., ; .
A fine lot of Plymouth Rock roosters
can be purchased bycalUpg, pfl' R. E.
Reynolds cY 'phoning to Farmers 64.
Between Gedder pros, store and Is
land City, a ladies' gold watch, and a
sack of Blue. Stem flour branded La
.Grande Milling Co., on the Back; the
finder can keep the watch, but return
the flour to this office, as I" wish to
get my Blue Stem flour. back. All
. grocers sell It. Fully guaranteed. Ask
the ladles who use it. Resp., Mrs. R,
. J Nordensen. ..
LOST Between La Grande National
bank building and O.-W. depot or
between depot and South La Grande
a bunch of keys with Identification
q o 4 4 o
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M. H. Taylor and J. C. Shaw; mining
men oi Seattle, are at the Foley.
W. C. Lane and wife of Baker, are
registered at the Foley." . '
Ed Fosler, Gerorae. Idaho, Is regis
tered at the Blue Mountain hotel. . s
W. D. Winters, "Frisco, 1915, Is at
; Dell Irwin of Alicel is In the city
and Jls stopping: at the Sommer.
Jack Nelson and F. B. Kountz of
-tland re resist? red at the Savoy.
Geo. W. Gunther of Lima, Mont, Is
er!stered at the Savoy. ' ;
N. Darron of Cove is a guest of the
H. E. Bachus of Wallowa Is stop
pin? at the Savoy. : '''. .-
S. P. Bement, Miss Fany and Teddy
Stanley of Baker are at the Savoy.
John C. Arnold is In the city, from
Union and is registered at the Blue
Mountain hotel. r .. -
Edgar Bollinger; ftenry Pearson,
Mark Robertson, Jack Gorham and
W,. H. Gorham, of North Powder, are
registered at the Foley. ," ;
ui. t ie oi Aiicel Is registere 1
ct the Foley.. . Mr. Playle has charge
of the Pacific Coast Elevator company
Mr. and Mrs. McKenzle and Ahx
McKenzie are guests of the Savoy.
They are prominent , people of Sum
merville. ' I ." '
Wm. Avill of Merrill. Wis., was at
the Savoy . yesterday. Mr. Avill 1
looking after the Interests of Wiscon
sin parties in Oregon lumber lands.
C. A. Allison of Weiser, Idaho, ar
rived in the city last nlht. Mr. Alli
son has accepted a position with Jlvo
Warren Construction company as en
glneer at the plant and will be a the
Foley. - ; ;, ' ., '',')
Harry Elmore, Chicago, Is register
ed at the Sommer. Mr.c Elmore only
makes about one trip ' a "year out nere
in the interests pf his house and re
late that he finds business good In
the horse shoe line, and that Jheeast,
em people ' iiave " their eye Ijin
great northwest ' ' v' . ' "
N. D. Varner of Enterprise register
ed at the Sommer last night. - ,Mr.
Varner Is on his way home frdm a
business trip to Seattle. He Is hear-
ily Interested In the cattle and hog
business and says that stock did fine
this winter In his section of the coun
try, ; ;
'John Grenlich of Pendleton is a
the city and registered at the Som
mer. . Mr! Grenlich is one of the pro
prietors and also Uuyr for Swartz &
Grenlich, meat packers and wholesale
butchers of Pendleton and is In the
Grande, Ronde valley looking for hogs
and ..before returning to Pendleton
will "go Into Wallowa county.
W. D. Joiner, San Ffflncieca; G. A.
Grant Portland, Franlci K. OTJrin.
New York; N. B. : thoiapBon. New
land; .C. L. Campbell, Portland; E-
Klrker, New York; J. B. lluffroiin,
New York; S. L. Harrod, Denver; P.
B. McGlynn, Denver; B. Pollair. fti-
cago, and E. B. Overman. Ch!''np, or
registered at the Foley. - -
A T. Hill, the druggist, returned
this morning from a business visit to
Portland. . v ' ' "
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gulling left this
niornlne . for . Portland t mpnH
week with ther daughter,Miss Ethel
Gullfng, who Is employed In that city.
H. A. Bodmer returned from ausli
ness trip up the branch today In the
interest of his firm, the BoltonTBod-
mer company. - :
Jacob Pepper was a passenger on
the Elgin branch today. Air. .Pepper
win h ave oh No. 5 tonight to consult
an. oculist In regard to his eyes and
take a ourse of treatment -'v '
E. -S. Heath, ' representing Gaar
Scott Threshing Machine Company,
came In on the Elgin branch from a
trip interesting ' threshing machine
men in-and around Elgin; J j ; v !
, W. H. Bohnenkamp arrived home
this morning from Southern Califor
nia. He left the rest of his party, Mm.
Bohnenkamp and Mr. and Mrs. H;C.
Grady, In Portland and they will come
home later Mrs. . Bohnenkamp will
not be home for several days whllo
Mr. and Mrs. Grady are spec ted home
tonight. The party went south to the
scene of the troubles In Metko and
saw the digging of trenches where t
was expected subsequent battles will
be fought : "
Extwct to Bnlld. '
Mr. and Mrs. Pickens, who have
been making their home In La Grande
for the past two or three years have
caught ' the spirit of good citizenship
to the extent of desiring to own a
home in the best inland city , in the
northwest and bought two splendid
lots on the corner of Cedar and JefferV
son, through, the Geo. H. Currey real
estate agency, the "property of Mrs.
Emma Simms, wheels now a resident
Th? . Grande - Ronde CaBn company
will move Into the brick now occupied
by .A. V. OHyer. They will continue
to hold their present building fo hay
warehouse. '' ' V '. "'
; " Call for Warrants.
Treasurers call 'for couhly, sca'n
bounty, and road warrants. Notice Is
heteby.-: glfenHfial - the ViidW!raei
treasurer Qf Tnlon covinty Oregon has
funds on hand with which to pay al!
county " and scalp" "bounty warrants
which were endorsed prior to the first
day of February, 1911, and ail war
rants Issued on the road. fund prior to
the 11th day of March, 1911. t
No interest will be allowed on t'u
above warrants after March 11, 1911.
, . County :, Treasurer;
La Grande, Ore., March 11, 1911.
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ofw Gm Slav Quaifois
in ihe Foey ffiudding
Across Street from Postoince. Fjne line Hair Goods
Fancy Hair Ornaments. Shampooing, Scalp treat
ment Manicuring. : Combings made to order.
f7 . & . Vi 1106 Foley Hotel Bldg.
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DON'T BE BALD.
Nearly Anyone May Secure a 8plendld
Growth of Hair.
We have a. remedy that has a record
of -growing hair and. curing baldness
In 83 out of , every-, 100 CBsea where
nsed according .to directions for a rea
onable length ot::xlm& That may
seem like a strong ' statement it K
and we mean It to be. and no one
should donbt It until they have put our
claims to an actual tet.
We are so certain Rexall "03" Hair
Tonic will cure dandruff, prevent bald
ness. stimulate the scalp and lmlr roots,
stop falling hair and grow new hair.
that we personally give our positive
guarantee to refund every penny paid
us tat It tn every Inctance where It
does not give entire uutlsfuctlon to the
Rexall "83" Hair Tonic Is as pleasant
to we as clear spring water. It is de
lightfully perfumed, and does not
grease or van the hair. Two sizes.
60c and $1.00. With oar guarantee
back of It, yon certainly take no risk.
old only at our storeThe Rexall Store.
Halt Drvs. 8tort.
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To say Gloves at this time-just for Easter you Iinow--it
is like hollering "FIRE" for every lady wants to laiov
about it. Well; this
VJe have about jOO pairs of Ladies' Fine Dressed Kid
Gloves that have become slightly mussedsome of them,
others in first-classtcondition, just as they came from the
factory awhile others have been tried on and may be vyftaf
7s called '? shelf worn," that Ave are going to close out at
$1.50 to$lJS Values $ .98 They come in Assorted Col
1.25 to 1.50 ; " .68 ors: Blades, Grays, Taxs
1.00 " M and Browns.
Goods for Sale f
v 804 Wash. Ave.
i . Pnone Black 662
X Gall Tomorrow Leaving J
au- ir:i... T
This Special Glove Sale will Begin Monday,
March iZth: See window display.
A Notre Dame .lady's AppeaL
To all knowing; sufferers of rheuma
tism, ' whether ' muscular or of the
Joints, sciatica, 'lumbagoe, backache,
pains lq the kidneys or neuralgia
pains,! to write to her for a borne
treatment which has repeatedly ur-
H all of these totturea."She. feels It
her duty to send t to all sufferers
free. Ton cure yourself at home as
thousands win teeUfy No chance of
climate being necessary. This simple
discovery .banishes uric acid from t
blood, Iqceenathe stiffened Jointa,
purines tt(Jm, and brightens the
rves, glvTttg elasticity and tone to'she
-vhole system, If the' above Interests
you, for proof address
Mrs. M. Summers, Box. R.. ; Notre
rame.. Ind. v-'- ' - "
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$ Advertising I Tf
COSTS BUT A TRIFLE
XO CURE CATARRH
. How many readers of the Observer
know that In Inland Australia where
the mightiest of eucalyptus trees
grow In abundance, that there Is no
cbnsumptlon, catarrh or' diseases of
the respiratory tract A
, The refreshing balsam thrown out
by these trees fills the air and la
breathed Into the lungs by the inhab
itants and all germ life is destroyed.
, If you have catarrh you cannot go
to Inland Australia except at great
expense, but you can breathe right
in your own home the same pleasant,
soothing, healing, germ killing air
you would breathe Tf you were living
In the eucalyptus district of Austral-la-,
-'v. '. . -
, Just breathe HYOMEI; It Is made
from Australian eucalyptus and scien
tifically combined with thymel and
other antiseptics employed in the Lis
terlan system. ,
Pour a few drops of HyOMEI in
the Inhaler and breathe It As It pas
ses over the catarrh Infected mem
brane It kills .the germs .and. heals
the raw, Inflamed surface, '
HTOMEI is guaranteed to core ca
tarrh, colds, coughs, croup and sore
throat, or money back. Complete outfit '
including Inhaler $1.6. Extra bottles of
HTOMEI cost but 50 cents. Sold by
the Newlin Drug Co. and druggists ev
erywhere.' -,'.y ..:;;: .'".J ,
.Feb. 17, 27 March 10.' j f
The quicker a cold is gotten fid of tli
teat the danger from pneumonia and other
serious diseases. Mr. K. W. L Hall, ot
Waverly, Vs., savg; "I firmly believe Cham
berlain'i Couli Remedy to (kj ulnolntely the
best preparation on ttie ninrkft for colds. v I
hiv recommended it to my friends end
they all agree witK me." bor sale by all
CITY SCAVANGER Joseph Turn-
bull, city scavanger. Anyone want
Ing my services call up City Recor
$500 Loan Wanted Security first
class property. Address Observer.
FOR RENT Furnished and ' light
housekeeping rooms. Mrs. E. C. Moore
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor
light housekeeping. Inquire at King s
Cigar factory. ' ; , -
WANTED A good woman to do
general housework In family of two
at Te loess t Good wages. For par
ticulars write to Alice Dupes, Pleas
ant Valley, Ore. Henry Henaon.
. WANTED -Girl for general house
work. Inquire at IT. 8. National bask.
FOR SALE Two good homestead re
linquishments in Wallowa county.
Inquire of D. Birchoux.
EMPLOTMENT OFFICE We furnish
all kinds of reliable help on short
notice. We. have them listed in our
office. If you are reliable 'phone us
your wants. Wilson ft Reed, employ
ment office in postofflce block, '
HAVE nicely furnish room for rent.
Modern conveniences. ' Phone Elk.
822, or call at 1311 O avenue.
You wanktopjrosper. just
try this recijence. It is
bound to give satisfaction,
as well as save you money
MIX one pound of common tense with a
good big grocery order. Stir gently
to tee that nothing is missing. Use
just enough and not too much of
everything. Flavor and sweeten to . taste,
1 before cooking see that everything is from
CUMliNGS & PRICE
The Grocers! Who Give Prompt Delivery
Stock Always Clean, Fresh and Complete
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