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US GRANDE EV KM NO ,',sf;VER.
MONDAY, JULY 10. 191L
Why You Should
Bank with the
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Your idle money will earn interest with
us and yet be as much at your call as if
you kept it in your pocket. Bring it
here for deposit. Wo will issue a Certi
ficate of Deposit in your name. When
you want the money you can have it
also the four per cent, interest it earns
while in this bank. .
We have safe deposit boxes for
rent...3 sizes-$2 , $3 and $5
Th? Public lie ly ca Us For fh
Quality of our Perform e.
They Are Never But.
Oar program Mill be changed
four times a week from now on.
See press notice.
."Jimmle on a Lark" ...Gaumont
The famous boj . actor be
comes a millionaire.. He then
changes place with, an urchin.
"A Roman Tragedy" . .Biograph
.A remarkable story of. thai
"Vendetta.". An Incident of the
.terrible results of; family feud
.In Italy. f '
"The Show Girl" ... Viagraph
It's a Vitagraph dealing- with
'., stage life and society. We say
It's good. You know it.
' V,". -'-'-'' t- n
Town," a beautiful song.. Sung
v :''-..' 'IV -i-
Mr. Ferrin . . . ...... Evenings
Miss Glrrick . , ... ';. . . Matinee
MuBlcal Director Mr. King.,
, - PERSOSALS.
J. E. Foster of Pendleton was a Sa
voy guest last night
, James McGovern of Portland, was a
Foley visitor today.
E. F. NWo was here from oeaU'.o to
day and stopped at the Fo.ey.
Miss Gertrude Belver leaves tomor
row for Portland for a two months'
visit -with friends.." ... , "
' Miss Elsie" Smith of Medesto, Cali
fornia. 13 visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ella
A. Moore of this city.
Mrs. Rachel Hilta of Portland. Is
i here visiting wth Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Knapp of South La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. Underwood of South
La Grande have moved into the Epling
home on Fourth street
- Maggie' Fltzpatrick was here from
Lostine yesterday and registered at
the Savoy. : ' ;
tl. C. Holmes of Boise and James E.
Branen. if Portland were guos'a in L:t
Grande and stopped at the Foley to
day. , . . '
J. H. PEfiRE,
La Grande's Leading
Opposite r. S. ton! Office en A dams Avenge.
The Hopkinsvllle team hag a big
lead in the- Kitty league and la going
strong. : , v
The Hattiesburg team ,ot the Cot
ton State9 league, has a pair of swell 4,
performers in utflelder Smith and j
Pitchfr Eaton. ' -
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Mrs, Arthur Bush left for Salt Lake Pt - Sir
J Saturday evening where aha will ra- O00O0O000000fc0
1 ILc. Juturi.'.'".'.:'.!', ' r.',:i!:'.,lcvv1"S54T''11 YMn-wnv.. safe,.:; and
j "Dad" Kirkpatrick has returned gentle. Just right for young "cbll
jfrom Pendleton, where he visited hjs' dren. ,F. D. Haisten, furniture store
son Hugh, formerly of the Golden P.ulo - 7-7-t
; company of this city. I
- ( ... . L '
4ub. ucui jo ociiwuy aim ivvii suns,
who had been visiting Officer Faulk
and family, left Saturday evening fov
their home In Wisconsin.
Every Can of .
Preferred Stock i
Is giiarank'fd to be select qual
ity, packed from the famous Iti
tor Clams. '
... , Postlvely no sand In these
: goods. .
LOST Between La Grande and Perry
' We combine the community's working
capital, applying it where most needed for the promotion
of business and the interests of our people. This is ai
f Sound Bank, a Solid Bank, a Safe Bank for you to be with
Let your next corset be a
Gossard. Have It fit to your
form.:'; . ."
All the- style, comfort atad
beauty of the Iaee-ln-front Cos
.sard will mean no thins; to you
until yon try on one of these
superme corsets. . .'' .
. A single try-on will prove to
you why they exceL
A complete line of Gossard
corsets, bust confiners and pads,
always on hand.'
Prlcs of corsets $3.50, $5.00,
$6.00 and $3.50. . ;
Mrs. Robert Pattison J
Corst'-i't re. i'hnue Biack 3-tSI.
The International Boot and Shoe
Workers union at its recent conven
tion re-elected all Its officers, Includ
ing President Tobln and decided to
hold the next congrees at Montreal in
DR. A. C. PdSEY. Specialist for Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat diseases. Eyes
fitted with glasses. Over Selder'a
store ' ;..
E. ' P, Day will continue her
; u itu.C'r-sn'.r'.T-a. ..t-.i
Sprains require carefpl treatment Keej
quiet and apply Chamberlain's Llnlmc!.
Freely. . It will remove the soreneM aw
auickly restore the par to to a healthy con
dition. For (ale by all dealora
OXE $35 COEOXET BRAID
ALL LADIES ABE INTERESTED
IX TniS REMARKABLE OFFER
Distributor of : , i ;
TKe Walger New Model Awning
The Best Awning Ever Put Up
1 Suitable for Residences, Summer Resorts, Office and
a TTrvf ol "RnilrHncrfl School Honses. Factories, etc.
Hammocks, Ice Cream Freezers, Lubricating Oil, Hay
Forks, Tents, and Wagon Covers, Hay Carrier Rope.
LA GRANDE, OREGON
f .UVE. 3lCK U3i
you to endure the heat of sum
mer. It will keep the skin dry
and cool. Chafing, prickly heat
and all other ekln irritation due
o hot and excessive perspira
tion' will not troubfe you.
' The Talcums we
carry are the ones to use be-v
cause they are pure. Thy are
fine, dainty and delightfully"
Wright Drug Co.
PCI2E DRUG DRUGGISTS.
Miss Flossta Howill. of the book
keeping department of the Baer, Mer
cantile company at Baker, Is visiting
her parents near Allcel for several
days. ' ;.. .
Albert Woodell, formerly in the book
keeping department of the Golden
Rule Co., leaves today for Council, Id
aho, to accept a position with the
Samuel Cries company.
Among those who went to Baker to
day to attend the automobile meet
and see the Ely aviation meet were C.
S. Crowe, Colon R. Eberhard, Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Van Buren, Fred Dlttebrandt
and several others. '
Chas, Williams, manager of the Wil
llanig Jubilee singers, considered to
be the finest of their kind In the world
and often appearing . before crownod
heads of Europe, are here today to ap
pear before the Chautauqua tomorrow
uiht. They are stopping at the Sa
black velvet purse with letter M en
graved. Small change, letter and
pin Inside. Finder please notify
1422 Z avenue.
WANTED Lady wants work by day
or week. Call 406 Fir, room ten.
FOR RENT Two furnished roras. Ap
ply Mrs. John Wilson, 1204 N avenue.
STRAYED To my place one mile east
of La Grande, one hay mare 1,200
lbs., brand W. P, left thigh. Ownar
can have same for amount of this
ad. and keep of horse. C. M. Gra
'i Chautanqua Park Personals.
STAGEBERG k SAXDBORG,
Main 70 v Ind. 204
CALL AXD SEE
THE GOLDEN STATE MASON
- FRUIT JAB,
Pure food preservative.
Complete Tacnnm ' ',
Extremely iride opening.
No clamps needed.
No removal of cap needi. '
No shoulder or neck.
Takes largest fmft without cut
ting. Pints U0
Vegetables or meats can be pre
ieired l:i their natural condition
with an unchanged flavor.
Yesterday were seen Mr. Perry of
Mt. Glen, Mr. Earaes of Union, Messrs,
Walsinger, Welsh of Allcel, Messrs.
Will and George Ruckman of lmbVer.
Among those camping at the park
grounds are the Boltons, BIdwell, Kld
dleB, .Gelbels, Stanchflelds, Millers
IWm.), Cochran (George). Bohnen
kamps, ThorntonB, Harvey and Leffel.
FOR SALE Timber claim near rail
road. Address Obrerver. 7-1 to 8
FOR RENT Furnished
- For Sale Only by
.t 1.. t, t, 4-,
FOR SALE Dry chain wood in any
quantity. 11.50 per cord at the Per
ry yards. Grande Ronde Lumber
, company Pe.rry, Ore. 6-15-tf
FOR SALE 1,000 cords wood, also
fence poets, telephone poles, etc., in
standing timber. ? Eight miles from
La' Grande. Address Wm. Burnap, ' TnBf nn
La Grande, Oregon, f-30 to 7-15
Fares E a s t
! V". '.'v 1911 v.
From all points on -;'
, & NAVIGATION COUP ANY
To : 1 ' .' ;' FARE! '
Chicago .. . . ..... . . ........... ,72'
TTftnaaa fMt '
St. Joseph .
St, Paul, via Council Bluffs 63.90
I Minneapolis, direct ............. 60.00
Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs. 63J0
Detroit, Mich .................. 82.50
LOST Ladles' gold watch, wth fob
attached.' Finder return to this of
fice and receive suitable reward.
W4NTF Ai! 13 h i.e." 3 1 Li Granie
hfrt'.v.'-'!! i: ar.il 15 yenr eld to joth
the Boys' Savers' club. Call at the
laundry and I will tell you all about
it. A. B.' Chreryj mgr. Cherry's
' New Laundry.
Them are 'Mie headquarters for O
C. ' Mr. Calloway in is charge. '
Blue Mountain Boys, W. C. T. U.,
Mrs. Thornton In charge, Presbyterian
rest house, Union Co. Sunday School ,
association, aside from the first class ; WANTED
rcstaurant and the ice cream and nea-! drill 20
nut stands : : . . ,
They are busy places,
V.'AIsTED A lady wishes eaxplov
, ment. Would prefer situation
housekeeper or would (To 'vA'.'.
T.'M; ., A'ldress IV.'?. IU.
For the first time in the history of
the American labor movement, a seri
ous effort Is under, way to establish
the minimum wage by law. A vigor
ous campaign will be conducted by
the nnlons throughout the country.
For summer diarrhoea In children al
ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, and a
peedy cure is certain. For sale by all
About 8,000 mechanics on the
southern railway have been granted a
wige Increase that will likely be Ex
tended to the Seaboard Air line, the
Atlantic coast line, the N. ft W and
the C. ft O., affecting 9,000 men. .
. . .
Hay Fever and Summer Colds
MUST Bt RELIEVED QUICKLY
AND WE RECOMMEND ' . .
Foley's Honey and Tar
For quick and definite results.
For MEASLES' COUGH, for the COUGH
thi.t follows SCARLET FEVER, for
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, for
ASTHMATIC CONDITIONS, or cough
of whatever origin, Jncludlni; CHRONIC
COUGHS of ELDERLY PEOPLE, use
Foley's Honey oul Tar Compound
-Two churn driller, to
feet deep in seamy rocks,
Steady fork, by the day or by con
tract,, for the right men. Apply at
J. L. Mars, rock quarry. 7-8, 6t (
New York ....... ............. 108.51
st. Louis : . . 70.00
Washington, D. C... 107.50
Atlantic City, N. J... ...... ...102.40
' . . Sale Dates
; June 6, 7, 9, 10. 12, 16, 17,: 21. 22, 23.
24, 28, 25 and 30. : .'"
July 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6. 19. 20, 26. 27
August 3 4, 5. 14, 15, 16, 17. 21, 22,
23, 28. 29 and 30. ;
September 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Stop-overs within limits In either di
rection. Final return limit October 21st
One way through' Calfornla $15.00 ad
ditional. ' ,' '.
Inquire of any O.-W. R. & N. Agent
for More Complete Information
, ; ' " or , ': , , j
General Passenger ; Agent. Portlii.
: : Oregon, v.'.'"
I We have made arrangements with the grower to
furnish us with A I Loganberries. Leave the order g
....... . . r t . , ; 11
now as the crop is short and the price is the same for
the season, $2.35 per crate. .
I City Gf ocefy and Bafeefy