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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1911.
Retail Department j ItLLjW I Lll.tU1
li:i1:itendent Wallowa county; J. S.
Landers, city superintendent ot
schools Pendleton, Oregon. 1:43: "The
Mechanics ot Class Organization," Ar
thur H. Chamberlain. ' '
Lumber, : Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc.
at the .
George Palmer Lumber Co.
PKOMINENT EDCCATORS WILL;
1IAYE SUPERVISION. j
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Primary, Grammar, High School and j
Others Cared For.
Sectional work at the 11th annua'
Uptown office Main 720
Residence phone Main 25
AMBULANCE . L bussey
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ble have them examined and A
properly fitted" with glasses'
by a reliable optometrist and X
the only attendance graduate I
010 STYLE ; xKRYPTOK. : optometrist In Union county, t
The most modern methods only used. - ' J ;
If you have trouble glasses will not correct you will be told the prop- , ,
er course to pursue.
I make a specialty of fitting glasses. W. M. Peare, graduate Northern ; ;
Illinois College of Opthamology. Chicago, with !
J. H. PEARE, a SON. i
La Grande's leading Jewelers and optometrists. Opposite U. S. land ,
- office. Broken lenses replaced In a few minutes. , We grind our own ; ;
lenses. ' "' . '
THE IDAHO JUNK HOUSE
AT BOISE, IDAHO. S. KOPPEL, Proprietor
WILL PAT YOU TOP PRICES FOB ALL KINDS OF METAL AND
RUBBER. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CONSIGNMENT SHIPMENTS.
REFERENCE BOISE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
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vision of the Oregon State Teachers'!
BBHCM'ltUlUU UI1U UJO ouuuai icou cjo
institute at Baker, Nov. 27-29 Inclus
ive, promises to be a big feature of tfc3
gathering. Ruby E. Shearer is the
leader In the primary studied and Ar
thur H. Chamberlain takes charge of(
tke grammar section. The entire pro-i
gram for sectional studies has been
announced as follows:
Monday 10:10 and 1:41: "Stand
ards and How Attained" Ruby E.
Shearer. " "
Tuesday 10:10 and 1:45: "Num
bers, Subject M.V'p- and Methods of
Wednesday-VP.10: "Language, vlc
ti'Ps Stor.ies, art! Mechanical Work,
Rub E. Shears-. l:4r. "Study Per
iod Work," Ruby E. Shearer.
Monday 10-10: "Selection of Fun
damentals,', Arthur H. Chamberlain.
1:45: "The Foundation of Method,"
Arthur H. Chamberla'n. .
Tuesday "The Meaning of Efficien
cy," Arthur H. Chamberlain. IMC; "A
Geography Lesson With the Seventh
Grade," Thomas, H. Gentle.
Wednesday 10:10: "Art Educa
tion." Mary J. Campbell. 1:45. "An
Intermediate Reading Lesson,
Thought Getting," Thomas H. Gentle.
Hlph School Section. .
Monday 10:10: "A Young. Man's
t Ideal," C. J. C. Bennett, professor of
1 psychology, . University of Oregon.
1:45: "The College Boy," E. D. ResB
ler, professor of Industrial pedagogy,
Oregon Agricultural College.
; ' Rural School Section.
, Tuesday 10:10: "The Country
Teacher, a Specialist." E. D. Ressler.
1:45: "Improvements of Rural
Schools," Arthur H. Chamberlain.
Wednesday 10:10, ' Round table
talks, led by J. C. Conley, county su-
G0YERN0RS' SPECIAL WILL GET
Prominent Newspaper Men to Accom
pany Western Executives.
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FOLETS j I;
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( By P. H. Doyle.)
Boise, Ida , Nov. S (Special) That
the western governors wh will short-j
iy tour the oast as the guests of the
"Governors' Special." will" be busy
during each wakii'g moment ou the
trip, becomes evident from the sched
ule of the enteralnmeuts provided
for the visiting governors during their "
stay in Chicago, on the firsst day of
the special's trip. Though there will
each one a star attractions, it has
been found difficult to meet the re
quests ot the numerous organizations
in each city to be visited, asking that
one or more of the executive attend ,
gatherings held by the different or
ganizations in honor ot the visit of
the party. Many of the requests have
come from equal suffrage organiza
tions, who want the governors to pub
licly make known their views of the
question of equal suffrage. Gover
nors llawley of Idaho, Hay of Wash
ington and Johnson of California
seem to be fayorltes with the ladies'
clubs, though they are not averse, so
it would seem, to have the other gov
ernors express their opinions at the
The special's . stay in the "Windy
j City" will give the executives a good
Idea of the way In which their time
has been alloted during the rest of
the trip. Arriving in Chicago on the
morning of the 28th, the party will
' go to the hotel provided for thism,
where an Informal reception will be
In order until noon. The Minnesota
club has arranged, a luncheon In hon
or of her most prominent citizen
Governor Eberhardt. Other luncheons
have been provided for the visitors
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FOLEY k CO.
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FOa CHILDREN AND
Host 8'8Ciii8 witk Cray? tsl Whooping Cou;i
Foley's Honey andTar Compound
is quick and reliable. It stops the
cough by promptly healing the cause.
Contains no opiates. Is indispensable
in a family where there are children.
8T. JOSEPH, MICH.
Mrs. Frnk Mrti, 41T Church St., lay! "Foley's Money and Tar
Compound saved the life of our bsby boy. Wo contracted a aevera
bronchial trouble and couched violently and had spella oicouehinrr
and raKKtni and turned black In the lace. I always had treat faith
in Foley'a Honey and Tar Compound and started giving It to the
child. Ia a short time ha was relieved and finally the cough was
entirely stopped and the coughlnf and fagging spells ceased both
ering him. Ha got well in a short time, gaining in weight and
getting robust. Foley'a Honey and Tar Compound naa many times
saved us trouble and this with the wonderful curs in baby's caw
shows its great merit. Wo are never without Foley'a Hooey and.
Tar Compound. We always keep it ia the house." .
TAKE UO SUBSTITUTE.
FOR SALE BY HILL'S D.IUO STORE.
by several of the commercial orgaul-
.tliw unil tl Innrl ahnw manno-a-
ment, which will furnish a lunch, and;
will then take the party to the land
show at the colllseum, where a spe
cially arranged program has been
provided. In the evening, the party
will be divided, as there are two big
banquets on the program, at which
several ot the governors must make
addresses. One will be the annual
banquet of the Cook county realty
board. Governor James H. flawley of
Idaho is the atar attraction for that
affair, as he recently accepted a spe
cial Invitation from that body to at
tend. Some of the other governors
are also acheduled for addresses. The
Chicago association of cdmmerce will
: tender a banquet dn honor of the gub
ernatorial parfy, at which those of the
governors who are not on the pro
gram at the former affair, will attend.
, The special will be accompanied
from St. Paul to Chicago, by staff cor
respondents of the Chicago Tribune
and the Record Herald. It Is also
assured that the train will be accom
panied for the full trip by an Associ
ated Press correspondent. On board
the special from time to time will be
correspondents of various papers who
will meet the party at thie preceding
cities, so it is assured that the trip
will be fraught with plenty of publi
city for the west. ,; .,.
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Stylish Speedjr, 30
Hp. Roadster, $1150
If you expect to buy a roadster see the new Max
well Mercury. Don't fail if you choose this catf
you will save money.
Tb e new Maxwell Mercury is a teat-proven mile
a minute roadster. Smatf "lines" stylish finish
all the power and speed you could wish for in a
car of this typelno matter what the price you
would pay. V:;-;;:,:';'-'---
Compare it with expensive roadsters built fori
1912 and you will appreciate its remarkable value.
The smooth, fiush-side, vestibuled and ventilated .
fore-door body 110 in. wheel base high tension
racing magneto, high speed carburetor, Columbia
Honeycomb type radiator, new design hood, de
mountable rims, are refinements that mark it as an
Don't take this for granted satisfy yourself
that any manwould be proud to own it. 'Phone!
or write if you cannot call. y
R. W. LEIGHTON'S GARAGE, AGENTS
Fir Street, La Grande, Or.
separator, feeder, hoist and derrick
mounted on ; nna- trwplr.i. rinliiv
with the hoe down men and dtirilck
teams. The machinery will save one
half of th labor and more grain by
having a steady feed that can ba regu
lated while the machine Is in motion.'
The nuchlne will be built in alzei a
suit the purchasers. I met tho mana
ger, Mr. John Shanks and I find him
to be a very conservative and reliable
man. The statement of his puns ar
as follows: .,
First the La Grande Manufacturing
company Is capitalized for 30,000, 1
Second He intends to build during
the winter, five machines for the
coming season to be distributed tc
be distributed Jn different parts of the
county and in order to do this he
would like to dispose of corn stock
to enable him to put the machine on
the market. The price of sharts Is 3
sold on ten month's time. Payments
v irzi umi uua aua caiieciauie me
first of every month, or 10 per cent
for cash. There Is no douh tin vst
j mind that the machine Is what the
rarmer la looking for.
GEORGE MILLER. Covo.
To Whom It May Concrn t
Regarding the La Grande Manufac
turing company which is now making
the automatic threshers at the Walla
Walla plant, being Interested In that
line of machinery, I have Just return
ed from a trip of Investigation from
Walla Walla. I find that on looking
over the machine which has leon in
use the past season, that It is going to
be of great Interest to the farme' in
the way of saving grain, saving straw
and a great reduction of hired libor.i
The automatic thesher U a combined'
PERMANENTLY n 1 V tt n.;-, . LXTRODUCIJtG
LOCATED . iteliaDle UentlSZS EASTERN PRICES
). Our untarnished reputation wherever we have established offices
is a recommendation we look to with pride,; and our motto, "Honest
work," "fair dealings,-- has always made our success continuous for
' the past 10 years.
We guarantee our work, nd If It Is not right we make It right
without any extra expense to ,'ou. ; . ' . . .
We would rather be buiy all ths time and make a smaller profit
from each Individual patient than charge prohibitive prices. Peo
ple In all stations ot life patronize this Institution of Modern Den
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P. EXAMINATION, CONSULTATION
$15 Set of Teeth ........ .fS.00
$10 Bridge Work (best) aj- qq
$10 Gold Crowns 22k . 2D.
'ESTIMATES AND ADTICE
Prices-for the Best Work
-12 year protection guaranteed.
Gold Fillings $1.60' up
Silver Fillings ........... ,76
Plates Repaired ......$1.00 m
DEPOT & ADAMS AVE.
OYER NEWLIN DRUG CO.
Salt Lake, Baker, La Grande, Portland.
l: ' Father's Tengcance- j 1,1
would have fallen on any one who
attacked the eon of Peter Bondy, of
South Rockwood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of kidney
trouble. 'Doctors could not.. help
him," he wrote, "so at last we gave'
him Electric Bitters and h Improved -wonderfully
from taking six bottles -Its
the best kidney medicine I ever '
saw." Backache, tined feeling, ner
vousness, loss of appetite, warn of
kidney trouble that may end In drop
sy, diabetes or Brights disease. Be
wane: Take Electric Bitters and be
safe. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c at
all druggists. ; eodwkly
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening pasters. Chambelain'
Liniment Is cheaper and better. Dam
pen a piece of flannlel : with It and
bfnd. It over th affected parts and It
will relieve the pain and soreness.
For sale by all dealers. 1 eodwklv
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