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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1911)
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. ITHIS LABEL STANDS FOB S6YIA&S1
i:laaOP KNOWING HOWj .
fj A Good Suit muct have Style built into it from the foundation up
Surface perfection is like gilt on a gold brick. Our tailoring is 24
Karat fine from the raw material to the finishing touch.
The quality is there. The style is there. With the service ahead.
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Treasurer's Call for City Warrants.
There are also funds in the treas
ury to pay all warrants Issued against
the water of La Grande city up to and
and Including No. 9,729, endorsed Sep
tember 21, 1911. Interest on all war
rants on water fund from No. .... to
No. 9,729 Inclusive ceases from date
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La Grande, Crogon, Sept. 1, 1911.
. i ..... r ROL W. LOGAN,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc.
George Pafner lum6er Co.
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Madison Square Theater Co.
In Repertoire ;
Prices, 10 20 & 30 cents.
TTlie Great Northwest"
High class specialties between acts
BISHOP O'REILLY HERE OX WAY
TO DEDICATE IT
Elgin Catholic Congregation Has a
Splendid Edifice of Worship Now. i
Rt. Rev. Bishop Charles O'Reilly of
the Eastern Oregon diocese of the
Catholic church is here today, a guest
with Father Alders of the local Catho
lic church and tomorrow leaves for
Elgin where on Sunday he wll dedi
cate the new Catholic church af that
place. The structure, Is Just recently
completed and is a splendid little edi
fice, built sufficiently large to accom
modate the congregation and is a cred
it to the city of Elgin. . .
The servicoB will be quite elaborate.
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F. R. BRIDGES BUYS A SPLEXDID
:. RESIDENCE '. .V
J FIFTIETH ANNUAL
OREGON STATE FAIR
SALEM,' SEPTEMBER IMG, 1911.
HOME COMING WEEK.
t IIYESTOCK, POULTRY AND AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS, RACES ?
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Price Paid Ranges Around the Ten J
Thousand Dollar Mark.
H. E. COOL1DGE TO ATTEXD I. 0. 0.
F. FATHERING. V "
Sovereign Grand Lodge Delegate to
Take Departure Xext Sunday. X
. Representing the grand lodge of
Oregon, H. E. Coolldge, assistant cash
ier of the United States National
bank, leaves Saturday for Indianapo
lis to attend the sovereign grand lodge
of Odd Fellows. Mrs. Coolldge will ac
company him on the trip and after
attending the sovereign seslon they
will take a swing around the circle be
fore returning home.
This is Mr. Coolldge's second trip of
a similar nature.
v Notice for Bids. '
Notice is herby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the undersigned, for doing the city
printing for one year, all bids to be
filed In this office before 5 o'clock p
m., September 15th, 1911. The council
reserves the right to reject any and
By order of the city council, Septem
ber 6th, 1911. - v
. City Recorder,
A movement Is under way in Mon
treal, Canada, to establish a suburban
model Italian colony to accommodate
j about fifteen thousand.
One of the largest city residence
deals of the summer has been culmin
ated this week when F, R. Bridges, a
well known Imbler frultland dealer
purchased the George L. Cleaver resi
dence on Pennsylvania and First for
a price ranging around the $10,000
mark. The splendid residence, on of
the largest In the city, was built about
six years ago and is located on one of
the prominences on "The Hill" over
looking the city and valtey. Mr, Clea
ver will retain possession for an In
definite .length of time, being now at
the beach and not in position to make
final announcement as to what he will
do. The transaction was made through
the George H. Currey real estate agen
cy, and Is perhaps the largest resl
dence deal of tho summer.
FERULLO'S GREATEST BAND
t REDUCED RATES OX ALL RAILROADS. SEXD FOR PREMIUM I
-a. . LIST AXD EXTRY BLAXKS. ' "
I Frank Meredith, Secretary i
Salem, Oregon. .
1READ for PROFIT
Ue for Result
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' They work directly on the KIDNEYS,
BLADDER and URINARY PASSAGES,
and their beneficial effect is felt from the
start For BACKACHE. KIDNEY and
CONGESTION of the KIDNEYS, IN
FLAMMATION of tbe BLADDER and
annoyingURIN AR Y IRREGULARITIES
they exercise a permanent benefit. ,0 1
TONIC IN ACTION - QUICK IN RESULT
J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St., Steuben
vllle, O:,' says: "For years I suffered
from weak kidneys and a severe "blad
der trouble I learned of Foley Kid
ney Pills and their wonderful cures so
I began taking them and sure enough
I had as good results as any I heard
about My backache left me and to one
of my business, . ?pressman, that
alone la a great advantage. My kid
neys acted free and normal and that
saved me a lot of misery. , It Is now a
pleasure to work wher It used ot be a
misery. Foley Kidney Pills have cur
ed me and have my highest praise."
HILL'S DRUG STORE.
The general convention of the Amal
gamated Sheet Metal Workers' Inter
national Alliance opened its sixteenth
annual session In Chicago last Mon
School Books and Supplies
All the book and supplies used in our schools aire here
Let u supply what the children will need in this
line, Our prices on books are the lowest at which
they can be sold.' In the supply line tablets, inks,
pencils, slates, crayons, erasers, etc. we afford val
ues that make it worth while to come here for every
thing on your list gAt least comen and let us give
you our figures.' We will buy second hand books.$
NcwIinBook & Stationery Co.