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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSKKVEU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12-1911.
Last Drop of Water". . .
splendid story of the west
plains, rrne explains
b the realism In the picture Is
") Fate Decreed" Pathe
I young monk Is unhappy un-
i the restrictions of the mon
jery and he escapes. He mar
is, enters business and Is re
irkably successful at "rst
verses come, however and fln
Jy, weary of life and the world
i staggers back to the monas
try and dies at the feet of the
nage of the Savior.
A Gay Time in Atlantic City"
A racy comedy concerning two
lusband, who, by subterfuge,
ire enjoying a clandestine visit
find It out and Oh, tha fur flies
fast and furious.
Mr. C- P. Ferrln will sing Bart
Look out for" "BILLY" SUNDAY
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fH. T. Love, Jeweler, 1212 Adauis av..
! Dr. Posey, Specialist for Eje, Ear,;
lose,- Throat diseases and catarrh.
Over Seldei8 store. Eyes flttf. wltii
I glasses. Honrs 9 to 11:30; 1:30 to
' und J to 8 p. m.
The Ladies' Guild will conduct a
rummage sale Octob:r 12 and 13 at the
basement of the. newCjuild hall, on
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Th Panrllptnn Rnnnlinn nictures
can be seen In the wardrobe window.
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Fendleaon Business uouege opens )
Sept. 5. A large enrollment Is an
ticipated. Ten per cent discount will
be given to pupils enrolling be'ore
September 20. Graduates assisted to
goa: rosltlons.' M. L. Clancy, B. A.,
Principal. nin .n--'
dasoline wood sawv Phone black
3851. J. A. OLIVER.
Trof. F. J. Freenor, magnetic healer.
Not hypnotism, d"ugs or mental work.
PosIUtc wernianent results from first
treatment 1417 Adams avenue. Pbono
Main 724. 1-mo
Ladies1 Ready - to
SUITS, DRESSES, COATS and
and all of the other articles of
' apparel for Fall Wear.
CQfin ur Piece Dress.
p5.UU One of the nicest
dainty dresses ever shown, and
think how cheap it is.
fc1 7 Etn Suits Staple Cloths, Fall Styles and
P 1 OXJ Shades. , .The very best value that can
be had in any line of suits. ; '
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A -f ft tf Ladies Coats, at this price......."Ve are
( J) 1 0.U U showing a very snappy Fall line in all
n tli loo Pull Stvloss
Wiiitdln Ann r f Caraculft and Plush Coats that are so
H WllfWIi I 3.OU '.noiinlflp this Fall....:..This number is an '
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eptional value. We also have them at $10.00,
,ou ana up 10 aoo.uu.
Never Fail Heating Stoves
They are real HOT AIR makers and distributors, this is a very nicely gotten up
Heating Stove. Heavy Cast Top and Front, including door and draft nickel foot
rail. Swing top and Oven, Top Rim, Name Plate, etc. Heavy shut steel lined,
with Cast Fire Pot, either Wood or Coal Burner or combination wood and coal.
In two sizes: " '
Ko.' 19 Wood Burner, . . ... ... 1 $15.00 No. 21 Wood Burner. . . . . . . .-. .$18.00.
No. 19 Combination . . . . . .$19.75 No. 21 Combination .$22.75
Stove Bnrds.. ..,..,... .75c. Coal Hods, Black. .. .40c, Galv,50c.
Fire Shovels. 5c to 23c. . h
'. Now is the time you will need these and we 'shall be glad to show you some-
OF REAL WORTH.
Our fall line of rubber goods Hot Waterr
Bottles, Nursery and Sick-room: Supplies,
Syringes, etc., are here and we have never
had a better assortment, which is saying a
These are the kind of goods that must be.
precured from a reliable source. We go to
such sources for them and, while we must'
carry different grades, each grade is sold for
just what it is and at the lowest possible
NEWLIN DRUG CO.
LA GRANDE, ORE.
The Golden Rule Co.
H nwn rH and KriQf At" &
FOR MEN ARE BEST! WHY?
, Because they wear longer and
retain their shape better than
other makes. Most Styles $4.50
HOLLAND SHOES for BoyV.
Once tried elways worn. In prices,
from $2.25 to $3.50.
L. J. FRENCH SHOE' CO. ?
Exclusive Agents for Onyx Hosiery.
..This is the time ot year when ev--tryone
should consider remodeling
HEATING AND PLUMBING JOBS.
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
BRADLEY & CO,
Thone Black 971. Elm Street.
Some beautiful plants are for sale
cheap at Mrs. M. Anthony's. 1608
Sixth street. . '
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Angus Stewart has been authorized
to collect and receipt for accounts
against Hewitt, the jeweler formerly (
i ri.n.At nan
in business hens. Air. ore wan. ...
be seen at the Peare Jewelry store.
Steam and electric baths given at
your homes. Mrs. 0. C. Combs.
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State Deputy Head Consul J. W.
Simmons will visit the La Grande
mn of Modern Woo lmi. .M.m.1ay
evening and a largo attendance do
rlred. Larry Stevens who went totally
.u ,,n witnessing a picture show
recently, is today fully restoreo w
his sight. Dr. Posey worked very hard
on this case. He had hopes from the
beginning and the young man gradual
ly come from under the blindness as
thi treatment progressed, until he is
now perfectly well..,
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It's the Black that will stay Black and won't
Utah Knitting Mills Product
And itfs the best. We are sole agents for
Union County. ..
"We take your measure and guarantee a fit.
The price is very reasonable.
Mrs. M. D. Brewer of 'Wallowa is
In the city taking treatment for her
eyes of Dr. Posey.
BOY WANTED Fam-Us-King Cigar
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Fred Spain of Union registered at
the Foley today.
N. Mackey of Portland, registered at
tine Savoy last night.
A. C. Buel, of Nampa, Idaho, was a
Savoy guest last night.
Mrs. Charles Crawford of Seattle is
registered at the Foley,
Hugh Montgomery and wife of Port
land stayed at the Foley last night.
A. B. Connoway and H. Boswel.l of
Enterprise, stayed at the Savoy, last
Mrs. J. D. King, a resident ot Wal
lowa registered at the Savoy last I
J. B. Eaton, state bank examiner
was in the city ast night, staying at
the Foley. ' ,
'John Shaw was down from North
Powder last night staying at the Savoy
wnue here. -
Frank Metcalf, Alvin Westenskow
are two Imbler residents who- register
ed at the Savoy last night. ;
' Mrs. K. E. Anderson, the traveling
saleslady for' a Seattle baking powder
company Is staying at the Foley. .
A, V. Andrews
Where til Good
Hayus Kerman, a Joeeph citizen j I
transacted business business here and
stayed at the Foley this morning.
C. A. Davis of New, Meadows, the
home of the Pin road newspaper about
to be put Into existence, stayed at the
Foley last night while on his way, to
New Meadows from Northern Idaho.
C. A. Allison, a Warren Construc
tion Company man is here from Baker
superintending the removal of the bal
ance of the company's plant from this
city. ' ;
If you are looking for a place
to get your
GO TO 109 ELM STREET.
William Stradford, Prop.
Opposite Toney & Scrapton.
Work Done on Short Kofloe.
: BtriL UMBRELLAS ii-gife."
DETACHABLE HANDLES ,
BOY WANTED Fam-Us-Klng
$100 Reward, $100
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pleased to leurn that there la at least one
bible to cure In all lta ataKea, and tliut U
(.'alarm, null a juiarr l ure in mo
ponitlve cure now Known 10 ine memcai
iraternity. Catarrh belnit a conatltutlonal
disease, reoulrea a consmutionai ireai
ment. HalPa Catarrh Cure ia taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucoua surfaces of tho system, there-
.,.i.Mtiif tlij. fminliillnn fit thA din-
ease, ana giving; ine paiiem Birvusiii ur
bulldlne up the constitution and assisting
nature in oomjj n wrn. Aim ismi'iii-ivi
v. w..nu ... ! V. I. lta nirpllvo nrilv
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollar;
for any cnae tnai 11 imii 10 cure, ocuu
for llRt of testimonial".
Aditresa F. J. C HENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio,
fold bT r.Il DrupdlstH, We. '
Takeilall'a Family Pills for constipation.
We have just received a ; t
shipment in the very latest .
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SIEGRIST and GO;
1 Jewelers and Opticiai
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Jack McLaughlin, traveling freight Giles Plass, a Wallowa, eooaty lutn-'
agent for the Illinois Central Is In
La Grande looking; after business for
berman stopped at the Foley last night
and will transact business In the city:
today.'" '. '',',. 7 .. :