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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1911)
LA GRANDK EVENING OBSKttVER.
THURSDAY, APRIL G, 1911.
j Hosiery I
on the ;
Our stock is
in all the ,
Men's Silk Socks
Ladies' Silk Hose
line of Infants'
i i i?ni?Mru
PROG R AS
Sailor Jack's R; formation..'..
' A magnificent feature. ; In
point of moral and dramatic
worth this is one of the best
stories ever told.
Buffalo Hunting in Indo-China
Splendid colored picture.
The Soldier Pathe
heir Wedding Gift. . . Essanay
A laugh all the way through.
The ISIS Has It
"When You and I
. Sunir br ' '
Miss Xellle Carries and Mr. C.
Beantifcl colored slides.
LO CA LS
Cash paid for eggs Blue Mountain
Creamery company. " 4-4-tf
A few pretty spring and summer
shopping bags just from the factory
today by express at Silverthornes.
For sewer ipe call Fowler's Trans
A lare stock of wall paper Just ar
rived at W. H. Bohnenkamp & com
pany, which contains the very lattsi
designs. Call and Bee us before buy
Mch 27-tf r '
Anyone wishing horses clipped
come to Kertly barn..' , ..'
Ice Cream Social.
The Mission band of the Presbyter
Ian church will give an Ice cream so
cial at the home of Miss Lela Cole on
2008 Third street on Friday evening,
April 7, from 7:30 o'clock until 10. A
good program is prepared. Everyone
is cordially Invited.
Those pretty new spring shopping
bags at Silverthorne'S are very rea
sonable in price. f ' 4-6 tf
C rfJiSOSALS. A
Jesse A. King, Uie cigar maker, is
looking after business in Baker today.
J. Callahan of Pendl.ton registered
at the Sommer this morning.
D. rayior of Baker is transacting
business in the city this afternoon.
E. M. Howard of Boise is a business
visitor ip La Grande today. : V
S. E. Brady, advance man for the
"Squaw Man,", is at the Foley today.
Miss Lulu Dickson of Union Is a
visitor In La Grande today.
J. L. Neil of Colfax is staying at the
Foley today while transacting business
here. . .'. '" , ". . . ,
Frank Smith, manager of the M. &
M. company of Elgin. 4s in the city
today on business matters.
Simon Gent, a lumberman of Elgin
Is In the city this afternoon on busi
ness matters. -
Miss Emma Clark returned to her
home in Ontario this morning after at
tending the Fowler funeral yesterday.
J. M. Crowley of Palmer Junction
spent yesterday in the city, stopping
at th? Sommer.- ;
J. W. Oliver, who has been confined
--v., m .tt.iai nr. .VMS, BDOWS
"I'jrfct traces of improvement today.
Ralph Harper. Walter E. Bliss. A. C.
Bcneffok and J. L. Kinsbury, all of
Portland, were Sommer, hotel guests
this morning. , '.
L. Wright. Alex. Slater and E. T .
Raster were among the Union resi
dents who spent yesterday in the city,
making tkeir headquarters at the Som
mer.'' ' ' ;' ,
, A. C. Rollins a well known resident
of North Powder, accompanied by his
son, were in the city yesterday after
noon and stayed at the Sommer. Mr.
Rollins attended the Woodmen con
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our slnr"" -n-preclation
for the many acts of "
ness shown us by everyone dur!::r
our recent bereavement. ' '
MRS. G. E FOWLER AND FAMILY
Have you Seen the Spring
Green-Wheeler Oxfords are knovm far and
wide as "The Standard of Style," and Fit antV
Wear. There are none better made, Thh Spring
we are showing some New Styles in Tan, Patent
Leather, Glazed and Nature Kid, Pumps and
. OUR POPULAR PRICES RANGE FROM
$1.75 to $3.50 A PAIR.
We Have the Most Complete Line of Misses'
and Children's Pumps and Oxfords we have ever
had, and our Prices are Right on this line of mer
chandise. : We are sure we have the styles that
will please you. Prices range from GOc to $2.50
apair ' .
We are Showing the Famous Weber Line of
Oxfords, for Gentlemen. These Styles and Lasts
are Strictly Up tJ the Minute, in Patent Leath
er, Gun Metal, Tan and Velour. If you are in
the market for a pair of Oxfords, don't fail to
look this line over. Prices, $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50
Notice of Final Account
Notice' is hereby given that Eliza
beth Donnelly, administratrix of the
estate of John P. Donnelly, deceas
ed, has filed in the County Court of
I nion County, Oregon, hr final ac
count In the matter of said estate ana
the County Court has appointed Tues
day, the th 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 Febmary,
Administratrix of the Estate of John
P. Donnelly, deceased -
Tiles Cundd in C to 11 Days.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind; Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. SOc.
Cannot buy finer;;
It costs less than
butter because less ::
You can get it at
I Pattison Bros. J
That new stock of wall paper has
arrived at W. IL Bohnenkamp and
company's. Let them show you the
line. , ;-... - 3-27-tf '
Quality the Same
Pool, Billiards, Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft Drinks best and
most complete line of cigars In
the city. ,
Observers Coast League base
ball scores CTery day there's a
Corner Depot and Jefferson SL
JIaTe Ton Tad Tola Book.
can EASILY prevent 1. la being read
' with much Interett by La Grande peo-
A new book telling how the fearful people. It is given away free by JL
appendicitis is causeq and how you T. HUL
Take LAXATIVE BROMO pulnine
tablets. Druggists refund money if
It falls to. cure. E. W. GROVES sie-
Wure on each box. 25c
Are You I
I Well Groomed?
- How many times vou
have seen a well-groom-
ed person with but one if
J flaw and such a flaw as it
g to entirely offset every-
thing else, a shower of?
f DANDRUFF on their fi
shoulders. This is en-; !
Blue Mountain Dand-!
ruff Pomade is guaran- j I
teed to cure the worst!
form of dandruff: if it Jr
fails your money will be Jf
Xifts Vsrsball, a leadinir character In
Te Smaw Man," uhlch comes to
: the Steward ipril 13.
Wc hear agooddea! of tafEi
I now-a-davs ahout iliR nrn-
I leciivc tarirr ana high cost
or living; that the poor man
has no chance, v .
If you wilt only pay us a visit
VOU Will find thatl o haiol
M iiimi ivv iiu vw j '
articles priced to fit the small'
We are offering as SPECIALS II
this week: ' J5
12 Qt Granite Dish Pan 25c
1 Qt Gal. Kerosene Can 15c
" ' ' ,
These art nnlv f-wrfi
or the many you will find by paying
i us a visit.
THE CASH BAZAAR i
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