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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSEliVEK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911.
1 FEATURE FKOliUAa Vt
THE HIGHEST CLASS '
New York State Barge Ca- ,
pals" ... Edison
This 1b a marvelous picture
of ret educational value. The
roas)V9 construction machin
ery teems 19 ft?t as tbou?h.1t
were Itself ltv and fndowel
"The Medicine Woman" .Pa the
A beautiful story of Indian
mysteries and beliefs. The
Feathers of Wfe find D?atU P.ve
Intensely dpMed. -V
'f U Hdneymoon". . .
A comedy of naturally funny
complications that are laugh
able In the extreme. Mr. Maur
ice Costello has a great part In
Miss Garrick and Mr. Ferrlr,
will sing in spotlight: "You
Can't Be a Friend to Every
body." f "'
It's as good as !'Bllly."
Musical Director Chas. E. Kin?
Main 724. 1-rao
C. E. Wilson has taken over the Blue
Mountain boel and plans to repaint,
renovate and Improve the place In an
Angus Stewart has been authorized
to collect and receipt for accounts
against Hewitt, the Jeweler formerly
I in busfness here. Mr. Stewart can
be seen at the Peare Jewelry store. .
. Steam and electric baths given at
your homes. Mrs. 0. C. Combs.
R. 1 Jones of Union registered at
the Savoy this morning. 1
BOY WANTED Fam-Us-KIng
-Gasoline wood saw. Phone black
3851. J. A. OLIVER.
tAio m pv i.ni!i.H k'A will hold a
rummage sale Friday and Saturday,
I October 20 and 21 in the building now
occ'upled by the Grand Union Tea
company on Fir street.- 10-17-3t
o o -
, Pendlwton Business College open
4t.pt. 5. A large enrollment is an-
. . . . . r. '
given to pupils enrolling be'ore
September 20. Graduates RBBlsted to
oj : rcBltlons. M. L. Clancy, B. A..
W. Henderson, of North Platte, Neb., '
was a guest at the Foley last night.
Walter Ensmiager of Haines was a
Foley guest last night.
Mrs. H . M. Bennett, a resident of
Elgin, was at the Foley last night.
" Mrs. Julius D. Sommer of Sheridan,
Wyo'., was at the Fovj this "morning.
F. W. Rowley, of Joseph, was in the '
city over last night, returning this '
morning. I ' ' ' .
E. H. Narvell of Baker transacted ,
business In" La Grande last night, stay-i
Ing at the Foley,
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A. A ('S''
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H. T. Love, Jeweler, 1212 Adams a v..
nr. Pne. Sneclalist for Eye, Ear,
na. Throat diseases and catarrh.
Mver Selders store. lyes fitted with
..in....... Hnnr 4 to 11:30: 1:30 to
and 7 te 8 p. m.
Prnf. f. J. Freenor. maenetlc healer,
'A Kat. hviinntiMin. drnsrs or mental wp'k
Jroslrhe permanent results from first
J. D. Heidenrlch is now in Portland ',
on a business trip and is expected
home in a day or so. ' '
c. f. bates of Omaha, is here calling
on business clients today for an Onia-
ha'house. He is at the Foley.
Jnst Oewd at r-edd1 Grocery
Meln?" nev crop dH pickieB. Hielnx?
new crop sweet p ckUs. Hln,e ney
tod sout niches. Hlnze new cro
ffc.iw chow, HelTiK new crop pickiec
HfonB, Helnie ne-w crop sauer kraut
A. Wills, an Allcel resident, is a
visitor m the city today. He regis
tered at the Foley. -
J H. Keeney, agent for the O.-W.
here, went to Portland on company
business last night. "
Dr. C. T. Bacon and davighter, Miss
Runa, leave today for Portland
where they will spend a few days.
Come in and look our
line over.1 It will pay
you if you are going
to need an over
Our Prices Range from
$12.50 to $25-
HONEY and TAR
For over three decades a favorite
household medicine for COUGHb,
CQLDS, CROUP, WHOOPING
andSTUFFY BREATHING. Take -Photographer Rltter was out to lm
at first Bign ofacold. Quick, safe ; bier today taking photographs of the
B. S. Davis the sewer contractor, ar
rived this morning from a trip to Ta-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard were down
from Camp Carson last night. They
stayed at the Savoy while here.
..This is the time of year. when ev
eryone should consider remodel)na
HEATING . AND PLUMBING JOBS.
Bradley & Co. has a crew of first
class plumhers.v steam and hot water
fitters at all times ready to do work
satisfactorily. Come in and unload
your troubles to
BRADLEY & CO,
Phone Black 71.- Elm ,Street.
and reliable. The Bee Hive on the
carton is the mark of the genuine;
Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2526 Jefferson bt.
So. Omaha, says: "I can recommend
Foley's Honey & Tar. Compound as a
sure eire for coughs and colds. It
cured my daughter of a bad cold and
my neighbor. Miss eBnson, cured her
self and her whole family with Foley s
Hooey & Tar Compound. Every ona
in our neighborhood speaks most high
ly of it as a good remedy for coughs
HTT-VS Typrfl STOFB
Abe Lavies and . wife of Pleasant
Valley were guests in the city today
with friends. , . '
William Jalone of Medical Springs
was a business, visitor in the city last
night. He registered at the Savoy.
F. D. Rinehart of Joseph stopped at
the Savoy while transacting business
here last pight.
nPFN SFASON FOR COUGHS
It is legal to have cough anytime now but it is needless to lej a
cough, get a hold on you and set up chronic conditions.. ,
Start right by. curing every cough promptly with our
Blue Mountain Cough Remedy '
This is a healing soothing remedy. Jhat cures cougU , when 'ordi
nary remediesjail. Best household remedy becauSe,eflual.effectlye; .
for the coughs of young or old. ;y
WE GUARANTEE IV
WRIGHT DRUG COMPANY
H. S. Sommer of Elgin was a guest
here l2Et uigit, rti'sterlng at lli-i Zi-voy.
Mr. arid Mrr. Al Sherman were here
from Portland last night, staying at
j the Savoy.
H. J. Brown'.' special agent of the
general land office, is in the city, mak
ing headquarters at the United States
and fix : I
and Children's line of Overcoats
in all the latest shades and weaves are
made to fit, stylish and for wear. Our
prices range from $2.50 tD $8.00 in
children's; boys' prices range from $8.50'
to $18.00. ':w:s!J: :'
COME IN AND LOOK THE LINE.
The Qolcleii Mule Company
THE SAME QUALITY -:- PRICES LLbb
We Do AH Kinds
Ask your friends what
kind of suits we make
A, V. Andrews
Dr. J. G. Fleenor, of Joseph, was a
business visitor to the city the past
few days. He is interested in the
marble quarries of Joseph. '
Attorney John S. Hodgln left today
for Enterprise where he has several
legal matters needing his attention
He expects to return home Saturday,
C. Barrell, of Portland, represent
ing the Stoddard-Dayton Auto Co., is
here this week trying to place an
agency. He Is quartered at the Foley,
Ward Emlgh, a creameryman of
Walla Walla, Interested in the Valley
creamery of . this city, was a Savoy
guest last night.
Mrs, R. F. Reasoner and daughter,
Miss Dorothy of Winter, Cal., are ex
pected to arrive tonight to visit Mr
and Mrs. Turner Oliver. Mrs. Reason-
er and Mrs. Oliver are sisters.
Rev. J. D. Gillllan, D. D., went to
Cove yesterday to appear on the pro
gram of the Sunday school convention
now under way there, and returned
home this afternoon..
Miss Ada Roush, the photographer,
has returned from a trip to the Des
chutes canyon to 'Bend where she at
tended a family reunion. She, reports
the new country well developed and
scenery along the new road unsurpas
Sotice. ' ' .
Special Organizer MIsb Nina Down
ey of Portland will meet with the
I Grande Ronde Circle W. O. W. to-
.' morrow nleht. Oct. 19. All members
are especially requested to be presen
' Phone us your orders. Main 70.
Stageberg & Sandborg
Phone Main 6
It you are looking for a place
to get your
GO TO 1 ltrt1 ELM STREET-"
William Stradford, Prop.
Opposite Toney & S6ranton.
Work Done on Short SotTce
WILL PLEASE YOU
Your Money Back If It Fails
Get Sponges Worth
You are sure to here. Sponges seem high they are hlg'ier than.
thoy once were. There's greater demand for good sponges than there
- The profit on sponges is slight to dealers. The fact that it is
small has made us extremely careful In our buying. We have leaxni?
to buy sponges right by being careful. That is why we can furnutr
our customers with consideraMe better goods for price than cancan
had elsewifoere. We like to sell sponges even If the profit is sn alT.
We know the customer will be satisfied and we find that satla-ffiis!"
'customers stimulates trade greatly.
Bath Sponges, Toilet Sponges, Carriage Sponges. Houseclexn
Ing Sponges and Sponges for every conceivable use are In our atoft.
Every sponge worth what is asked for it, See our sponges and judge
for yourself. - .... ' '' ' V '
lUeiDlin Dtmci Co
LA GRANDE, ORE.