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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911.
A. V. ANDREWS
A Nice New Line .of Imported Woolens Just Arrived in all tne Latest
Shades. Gome in and Make YouV Selection for that Spring Suit now
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TUBOPE LEADS IN AIR.
France Oodiftes Aviation Laws and
' ' Barristers Keep Posted.
Washington, March 10. Reports of
furiuer noiuuuJIi; ict,.'?r?!"0,,,
teronautlcs are now become nearly
tuartne stories In the record of the
wxuld's news. Abroad, the general
public has progressed to terms of In
timacy with the flying machine that
are difficult as yet to appreciate In
America. In France th:re was held
rftrcntlv it convention to ronslrtnr thfl I
codification of special laws to govern
the use of the air. Some of the most
prominent barristers of Europe were.
present at that meeting and the pos
sibilities of the use of the aeroplane
by criminals, Its us3 In time of war,
and the n ted of precise determination
of clams in civil suits n cases of
trespass and damage were dscussed as
nreent . and everyday occurences.
The latest intrusion of tne-. aero-
plane comes from England. In the
regular service of the church of Eng
land and In the Protestant Episcopal
church of, America, there are prayers
especially read In b:half of persons In
peril. One of these is for persons in
danger through travel by land or sea.
The heads of the church of England
have now under consideration th-.
advlslbility of adding to this prayer
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iWfHHiHiti 1 1 llllllil Ht I WH 1 1 HI t 1 II II ifi
the words, ''and in the air."
1 This question has been placed un
officially before the Episcopal clergy
of this country. It is argued that ac
cidents to aviators have now become
bo frequent-that this 'contingency
should, receive regular recognition in
tha prnvers of the church. , .
Report of the Condition of the
LA GRANDE NATIONAL BANK.
at La Grande, In th: state of Oregon,
at the close of business, ..March 7
Loans and Discounts .... .8646,579.58
Overdrafts, secured . and .
U. S. bonds to ecur cir
Bonds, securities, etc.... . 45,951.76
Banking house,' furniture
and fixtures ............ 56,000.00
Other real estate owned, i . 4,000.00
Due from national banks
(not riserve agents) ... . 15,581.83
Due from state and private
banks and bankers, trust
companies, and savings
Due from approved reserve '".U
agents .....t 109458.35
Checks and other cash
items .................... ' 2,958,43
Notes of - other national .
banks '.V.. .'. J ........ . ' 5,415.00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents........ 619.78
i Lawful mc-ney rtserv in
bank, viz: ' ... J
' i Specie ...... t. $99,516.55 1
LeKah tender : 'I
I notes 500.00 100,016.55
Redemption . fund with U. ;
j S. treasurer (5 per cent
i of circulation 3,595.00
tion regarding the
Valley V. .Y .
BOWMAN 1 CO.
Capital stock paid In ....$100,000.0)
Surplus fund ...., 100,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex- .
pensee and taxes paid .. . ,1.470.31
National bank notes out
Due to other national banks 4,981.00
Due to state an private
banks and bankers 1,035.77
Individual deposits subject
I to check 443,148.10
Demand certificates of de
I posit 7.350.5C
Time certificates of depos
Deposits of U. S. disbursing',
Bills pnynble Including cer- J
Uneaten of deposit for
money borrowed 73.000.00
HONEY & TAR
FOR ALL COUGHS AND COLDS.
For bronchitis hoarseness and tick
ling '.i the tliro'at. Especially recom
mended for children and ueikaiv uer-
sons. No opiates. , A m diclne, net a
narcotic. The Bee Hive on the corton
Is the mrrV f the genuine. Refuse
. Mr. Otto Paul, Mai wlukee, Wis.,
sars F!sr's Hon:y and Tar is' still
more than fie best. He writes U3,
"All those t" nt bought It think it is
the best fc; coughs and . colds thev
ever 'tad anc I think ft Is still more
than the best. Our baby had a had
each bid and the right la reserved to
reject any and all bids..
Taxes are ail paid and title good.
Address R. L. Sabin No. 7 First
Street Room 8, Portland. Oregon.
"I had been troubled with constipation
for two years and tried all of the best physi
cians in Bristol, Tentv, and they could do
nothityr for me," writes Thoo. E. Williams,
Middleboro, Ky. "Two packages of Cham
berlain' Stomach and Liver Tablets cured
me." For sale by all dealers. ..
cold and it -red him in onj
Please accept thanks." '
HIH'b drug store. ,
THE CRAVINC FOR DRINK DE.
No mor-' terrible affliction can come
to any home than the craving for
strong drink of husband and father.
We appeal to wives, mothers, and sis
ters to save the husband and father or
the brother with Orrlne, a scientific
treatment. 1 '
" ORRINE Is prepared In two forms.
No. 1, secret treatment, a powder, ab
solutely" tasteless and odorless. Riven
s cretly Jn food or drink. ,ORRIXE
wo. z, m piu rcrm, is for those who de-(
sire to take voluntary treatment. OrV
RINE costs only $1.00 a box. Writs
for Free, Orrlne" Booklet (mailed in
plain sealed envelope) to ORRINE CO
574 Orrlne Building, Washington. E
C. ORRINE Is recommended and is
for sale In this city by O. E. Sllver
ij M l a . a .' - I
ijjivij tmmnj iih neea 01 m good, rtiUDie
liniment. For sprains, bruises, soreness of
tha tnllanlA Anil .tianm.t!. f .
none better than Chsmberlaia's. . Sotf l
-ii j i '
Stare of Oregon, county of Union
I. F. L. Meyers, cashier , of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
thnt the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
F. K MEYERS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 10th day of March. 1911.
II. A. ZrMBFTCK.
. Notary Public.
, . FRED J. IIOHNES, "
W. J. CHURCH.
C. C. PENINOTON,
When vou have a cold ret a botlI at
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. It will
ioon fix rou up all rie;ht and will wan! nil
inv tendency townnl pniMimoniii. T'is
iiip'ly contain no cpitim or other naivoilo
I mny ! iv.-n n ront'.fently to a bsv-
LET I S DTE FOR YOU.
In fact the only way we lire Is b
djelng. Don't dye yourself.
It's better than dyeing; yourself. '
WE DTE EVERY DAY
AND DTE FOR ALL
. .Oar charge for dyeing for you won't
be bglu. A sample Job Is sufficient
For best dyeing and cleaulng have ot
ELITE CLEANING A DTE WORKS.
Phone Vain 64.
. Sealed Bids Wanted
The undersigned will receive sealed
bids for the following described.
nrone.rtv In La Grande. Union Conntv '
Oregon, to-wlt, Lots One (1) to Twen-1
D ruur if .uiuin ho; isu ujm uuo
(1) to Twenty Four (24) Block 144,
Chaplin's Addition to La On nude. Ore-
gjn. up to aaturaay April Jst, 3911. . lj
A cash deposit of ten per cent of .
in. araouni onereu must accompany
Make Your Home More
Pleasant and Comfortable
by calling at the new Paint
and Wall Paper Parlors
1708 1-2 Sixth Street, conducted by
CLOGSTON & NUTTER
We do all of our work in a style that is bound
to please painting, paperhanging and tinting.
Our stock is complete in all lines and we will
take pleasure in showing you our excellent as
; sortment. you will find the prices right. Don't
wait until you are reaci to have the work done
but come in and look our line over. Will be glad
to show you and give you estimates on- your
work.' ' . ' '. .
Rtmember Iht number. U0SU2 ' Sixth Sttut
Hone Phone 1311, La Grande, Or.
No order too small
for Quick Delivery
Let us figure on
your large orders
-we can fill them
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Bell Phone, Main 732
Home Phone 421.