La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, September 30, 1911, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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    LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,.
.SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1911..
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OUR LINE ISJTOW COMPLETE A1ID WE ARE SHOWING THE LATEST THINGS IN CARACULES, BLACK, AND DOU
BLE FACED CLOAKING 3.
0 f ' Black Caracule, full length coat, Skinner's satin lining; in every way one of the best and latest coats the mar
JyJ . ket affords ;. ' '
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Never have we shown a more up to date suit line. The cloths and weaves are the latest fall styles, and the models
are heat. The last of the Eastern style centers, but fi g psj has been a very popular price with us for
several seasons past, and this season, it is stronger I than in the past. Staple cloths and colore,
as well as fancy suitings,, well made and neatly r y trimmed. '
. Our eastern connections in millinery have placed us in a much better position than we have been heretofore. Ve
are getting, every day, some new style or shape that has b ecome popular in eastern markets. The hat must be be
coming; if not, it spoils the appearance of the. nicest costume. A visit to o,ur millinery department will convince you
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SHOES FALL STYLES
We want your shoe business, and feel we are entitled to it on merit. We believe we sell more wear, as much style,
for the money, than any store handling shoes in Eastern Oregon. The lines wre handle are the very best made, and
we buy the best numbers in the line so we know we are selling the best shoes money can buy.
LOOK OUR LINE OVER.
SPRINGFIELD UNDERWEAR
Your needs in underwear may as well be supplied with a good article as an inferior one. Supe
and costs you no more than an inferior grade. Men's, Women's, and Children's. Pun wool,
and irf: prices to suit your requirements.
Superior is what .the word implies Better
per cent wool, pure cotton. All grades
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Ladies, have you investtigated our made to your own mea
surement suit and coat line ? We started with this line
last seaspn (the Ladies Ideal Tailoring Co) .We are show
ing several hundred styles of cloth, and can make any,
model you may desire, to your own individual measure-'
ments The garment will fit YOU. Our personal guaran
tee is back of every garment made, and that of the Ideal
Co. as well. They are;'in'(jn tailored and the cost is but a
trifle if anv, moro than th ready made garment.
We tvould be pleased to Ilave,.you come in ana iook tms.
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GOLDEN RULE
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"Th6 Mexican's Joan ot Art".;
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A KALEM FEATURE.
A magnificent film telling
true story of the widow of Sen
or Talamantes. a promlnf
Mexican who was captured y
the Mexican regulars and exe
cuted. The film shows the e
revenge taken by his widdWSnd
her lnsurrectos.
"Waiting", Pa" -
; This is one of the most -beautiful
. stories Pathe ever i,pro
.duced., ,V1 xceptl6naUlEpo.l
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"Wlfle's New Hat"
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' The hat cost only $50 but af
terwards It was the means f,
saving Hubblels $50,000. Spark
ling comedy all through.
; Songs In Spotlight
' Miss Garrlck will sing "Good
NlRht. little Girl, Good Night."
Mr, Ferrin will sing.: "II
Thou Didst Love Me." :
WETTE AtWATS GOT IT. t .
' COSE IX ' -,' .
, LOCALS' 1
! H. T. Love, Jeweler, 1212 Adams. av..
i Dr. Posey, Speclullst for Eye, Ear,
, Kose, Throat diseases and catarrh
Over Selderg store. Eyes fitted with
Classes. Honrs 9 to 11:30; 1:30 to
and 7 to 8 p. m.
I ..This is the time bt yar when ct
eryono should consider remodeling
Bradley & Co. has a crew of first
class plumbers, steam and" hot water
fitters at all times ready to do work
satisfactorily. Come in and unload
your troubles to '
BEADLEI & CO, -Chone
Black 971. Elm Street. ,
Electric and steam baths.
C. Combs, 1620 Sixth street.
Mrs. O.
J. Frank Magulre of Boston, Mas3 .
will accept pupils In piano, : Organ,
vote, harmony and theory. ;, Rates
reasonable. ' . ' 9-2?-tf
"Don't trust your eyesight to some
one making the fitting of glasses a
sideline Heacock does nothing but
fit glasses. ' 9- 25:tf
Call
sters.
Main
70 ,for fresh eastern, oy
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You'll see all right it Heacock fits
your glasses. . r 9-25-tf
Wood, any quantity Phone Main
706, Water-Stanchfleld Produce Co. 4
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Heacock glasses fit ask anyone
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Heacock does nothing but test eyes
and fit glasses. - . 9-25'tf
Intr State Audit Co
Portland, Ore., are not authorized to
make any collection for Al Andrews.
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Heacock grinds all his glasses.
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Prof. F. J. Freenor, magntle heaJer.
Xot hypnotism, drugs or mental work.
Positive permanent results from first
treatment. 1417 Adam avenue. Phono
Main 721. l-m ,
dy'sc per pound at the Wrfght Drug
compary. , : y-
Widow with small child wishes po
sition as housekeeper on . ranch.
Phone Black 3351, or inquire 1411
Madison Avenue. 9-29-Bt ;
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The Ladles aid of the M. E. church
will hold a rummage sale Oct. 18 to
20, inclusive. Place will be announc
ed later. Phone Mrs. Knowles about
any discarded material you may
have on hadn. ; , .;, 9-29-3t
Rev.' H. S. Shaugle, presiding elder
of the M. E. church South, Is In the
city, and will prach In the church on
the north side of the railroad Sunday
morning and evening. Welcome to all.
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On account of this being Saturday
night the curtain raises at nine o'clock
at. the Steward theatre., , ; , , C i
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Mr. and Mrs. Susewind and daugh
ter of Unloa are , among the many
who came over (f rom Union this morn
ing to attend the fair. . 1
; Clyde Grlce, of Boise, has arrived
In tht city to asBume the position of
soloist In the Arcade theatre. He Is
an old time friend of Musical Director
King at the Isis theatre. .1 1
Miss Hattie Short has gone to Ba
ker to be, at the bedside of "Aunty"
Atchison who is in the hospital suf
fering with a broken hip., V ; v
H. E. Graham, a hardware dealer of
Elgin has been named to fill the. va
cancy caused by the resignation of
Gorge Llndgren as deputy . in the
sheriff's office. Mr. Graham Is well
known here. . " ,
Dog Team on" Junket. r
' Spokane, Wash., Sept. 30. Twenty
six hundred "miles by dog ream from
the Arctic ocean via the MacKenzls
river to Spokane, is a trip to be nn
dir,taken the coming winter by E. S.
Dowling of Spokane, who is prospect'
ing on the delta of the northern
stream and along the shore ot the sea.
Writing from Fort McPherson Dowl
ing says in a letter to acquaintances
in the city: "There have beon but few
white-men over these arctic wilds,
and those who have made, the trip
Anve-told so little that this lay read.r
ha3 not evth the i-emotest idea ot what
It all mean. From the beginning at
AthabftSka Landing.' Alberta, Canada,
the trip 1b full of thrilling; experiences,
Which cannot be told In a letter of or
dinary length. It would require a
book ot many pages of text and Illus
trations to do-Justice to the subject
I have arran.4d "to lass seviral years
in prospecting, .but If alt goes weli I
shall make the trip to Spokane with
my dogs and sled during, the winter."
Dowling gives no Indication of his suc
cess or failure (ln finding ground , of
value in the far northern district.
Fnnerl Notice.
', The funeral of J. W. Earls will be
held tomorrow afternoon at o'clock
from the home on Fifth and G streets.
, : John Blever Her. ;
John Beivr of Portland Is visiting
his brothers, Jake and Pete Beiver
of La Grande.
A pair of Heacock's glasses gives
Instant relief from headache. 9-25-tf j .
o o Mrs. Irene King of South La Grande
Northwest IRug Co. of Portland is home from a visit to Baker, where
agent Is here. If you have any old . she was the guest of Miss Susie Deal,
old carpets notify S. A. Dobner, city. I She also attended the lectur by F.
; o o H. Leonard of Chicago, who discussed
Fair week special. Fine mix 4 can- Christian 8cince. . ; ; " .
Kst a Word of Scandal
marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs
W. P. Spangh, of Manvillte, Wyo., who
said: sheo told me Dr. King's New
Lie Pills had cured her of obstinate
kidney trouble, and made her feel like
a new woman." Easy but surte remedy
for stomach, liver and kidney troubles
Olny 25c at all druggists, eod fci 'wkl?
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The Implicit confidence that many
people have In Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea' remedy Is
founded on their experience In the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea, and dysentery that it has
effected. For sale by all dealers.
eod & wkly .
Baker Business Collefre
A HIGH CRUDE SniOOL. WELL ES
TABLISHED REPPTATIOX. MANY
GRADUATES HOLDING GOOD rOSl"
TIONS. SKILLFUL, PAIN8TAKIX0
TEACHERS. LIVING EXFENSES
THE LOWEST. IET IS TELL TOC
ABOUT OTHER ADVANTAGES. ,V
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
Baker Business GT!ege
lv I BAKER, OREGON. ;
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HACK AND
AMBULANCE
Uptown office-Main 720
Residence phone Main 25
E.L BUSSEY
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UMMER
uggestions
TAKE TWO-THIRDS OF A GLASS OF COLD
SPARKLING SAI.I-0, ADD ONE-THIRD OF ANY"
OF THE FOLLOWING FRUIT JUICES: LEMON,
ORANGE, PINEAPPLE OR GRAPE.
''Measure it right and mix it together
It's Good for what ails you in this kind of "weather."
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