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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER), 1911.
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"For He's a Jolly Good Fel
low" .... ..... ..... Essanay
This jolly good fellow realiz
es bis supreme folly , when he
wakes up from- a drunken spree
to find his baby died during
The Romance of a Dikle
' Belle" Kalem
A stirring story of the civil
war, reproduced . as no other
firm but Kalem can do It.
"Manufacturing Fireworks" .
A wonderful picture showing
the mak'ng and demonstrating
of many beautiful pyrotechnic
pieces. A marvelous picture.
"The Trials of a Tall Trav
So ( tall that his . head goes
through thefeiung and his teet
through the walls of thj bed
room, et'f.j etc. It's a scream. , .
Miss Garrlck will sing "Gee!
Ain't It Great to Be Home."
: Mr. George Birnle will 'sing
that beautiful "Stein Song."
"It's always fair weather when
ood fellows get together."
Mis. Wm. Ash will be at home every
Wednesday afternoon, corner Fifth
and O streets.
Try the La Grande Electrical Sup
ply. We replace our Tungsten lamps.
! All sizes of lamps. Next door to P. O.
All my patrons and others who de
sire to be. Phone all orders for" de
livery by 2 o'clock p. m. daily. One
delivery daily at 3 o'clock p. m. E.
J. Atkinson. ll-6-6t
U. T. Love, Jeweler, 1212 Adams av.
, Or. Tosey, Specialist lot Eye, Ear,
fiose, Throat diseases and catarrh.
Over Solders store. Ejes fitted wlti
glasses. Honrs 9 to 11:30; 1:30 to
und " to 8 p. m. ,," V
A full line of fixtures and shades,
at the right prices. La Grande Elec
tric Supply. Next door to P. O.
The valley creamery butter is the
ba&t on the market. Ask your gro
ceryman for it. 11-4-6-10-11
see page 2.
free premium contest,
! Saute clmsx
DRESSMAKING and all kinds of sew
ing at 1106 N avenue; Pl;one 3872
rum ncBu te.uM.Cu ,
cream at the Valley creamery
Prof. F. J. Freenor, magnetic healer.
Sot hypnotism, drugs or mental work.
Positive permanent results from first
treatment. 1417 Adams avenue. Phone
Main 724. 1-mo '
If your grbceryman does not bave
Valley creamery buttcsr, call at ths
creamery where you can get it in any
quantity and at all .times. 11-4-6-10-U j
Now Is the time to get pyrography
goods for, ChriBtmas presents. Very
attractive prices at Newlin Book and
SATURDAY, NOV, 11TH, WE WILL OPEN
OUR NEW TOY LAND DEPARTMENT, COR.
ADAMS AVENUE & FIR STREET. (IN THE
ROOM VACATED BY MR. D ALTON.) THE
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK
OF HOLIDAY GOQDS EVER SHOWN IN LA
J' Last evening at the home of S. K.
fW3aker, 2303 North Fir, Miss Olive May ,
" Johnson was married to Robert T.j
Davis of Metaline, Pend d'Oreille
county, Washington. Dr. J. D. Gi'.U
lan tied the nnptial. kBOt.in, the-.presp
ence of a number of friends. - Mrs.
Davis will be missed from the circle
of workers in the little briqk church
wbere she was the secretary of the
Sunday school. They leave tomorrow
for their home whlh Is within " 16
tnfles of the British line.
Students may enroll at any time
In the La Grande business college.
Day and night sessions. 10-20-tf
Basketball adapts are to. meet to
night at the L. D. S. amusement hall
to organize basketball teams for the
coming winter. The M. 1. A. will not ' Chapter No. 13, O. E. S., next Saturday
Steam and electric baths given at
your homes. Mjs. O. C. Combs.'.
Everything In office supplies at the
Nswlin Book and Stationery company
: -' 11-7-tf '
Gasoline wood saw Phone black
3851. " J.A. "OLIVER:..: ::r .ZXZ
GRAND UNION TEA CO. Phone
Red 3231. Store 20? Fir Street.
dolls, books, games, mechanical and
electrical toys and notions of every
description for the young or older
?UR STOCK THIS SEASON IS SO IMMENSELY LARGE THAT WE ARE COMPELLED TO HAVE
?S5r????' AND WERE 'FORTUNATE TO SECURE THIS ROOM. IT'S LARGE AND LIGHT
WHEN YOU VISIT TOY LAND THIS SEASON YOU WILL THINK YOU ARE IN SOME
LARGE CITY STORE.
WE ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL FOREIGN MADE TOYS AND BUY ALL DOMESTIC
GOODS OF THE BEST AMERICAN FACTORIES. "
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THI3 DEPARTMENT.
11TH, UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
The Valley creamery is putting out
the best butter ever made in La
Grand. Don't let your groceryman
make you believe that any other brand
is "Just as good." 11-4-6-10-11 .
Mrs. Pauline Moore Riley, worthy
grand matron of the order of Eastern
. Star, -will pay her official visit to Hope
organize but it is planned to have a
city team supplied from all sources
o as to turn out the very best possi
ble. The entire basketball fraternity
is urged to be present this evening
at 8 o'clock at which time the meet
ing -win e lelfl.
of all kinds handled,
V." bill y. 'f,
a specialty ;
evening at 7:30 oVck. All officer!
and members are requested to be pres
ident. , By order of Worthy Grand Ma
tron. My Mary A. Warnick, secretary.
Produce Co.; "ii!Ll?
CULTIVATED AND PKEPAK.
ED IJf GRA'DE ItOXDE TAL
LET. PUT UPIN MAS05
PIM JAKS. '
20c A PfXT. '
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Phone Black 8L
TOY LA WD
IT WILL PAY YOU. OPEN SATURDAY, NOV.
TOY LAND f
TOMORROW 18 THE 10TH AND
ALL WATER RENTS MUST BE PAID
Olt WATEBi WILL BE SHUT OFF ON
THE 11T11. , . -
$100 Reward, $100
readers of this paper will
Jean Carroll of Baker la staying at
the Foley today. ' J
Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Devere have
gone to Salt Lake where they intend
to spend a greater part of the winter.
J. G. Ford and wife of. Thunder City,
Idaho, are here today visiting friends.
They are staying at the Foley.
Rev. Buller of Hermiston was a
guest in the city , today on business
matters, staying at the Foley.
Mr. and t Mrs., Sherwood Williams
are in from therr farm for the winter
and are in their new home on Oak
street. ': .. -. ' ' J : , ;
Osbum , iUcheua Awweil. kaowftiCiO
zen of Union and a prominent mem
ber of the L. D. S. church is here
today transacting business. H is a
Foley guest. ' . .
Mrs. Fred G. Schllke has returned
from Portland where she has been the
guest oX friends., She arrived home
this morning, accompanied by he1
daughter. Miss Fredericft. r "
' G. A. Loring, building Inspector for
the O.-W.. is here today superintend
ing the work on the new car sheds,
foundations for which are now under
way at the local yards. The sheds
are to cover two tracks. : ,
J. T. Resch, a furniture dealer of
Joseph passed through the city this
morning on Jils way home from Port
land where he has been buying two or
three carloads of furniture. Mr.
Resch was formerly in partnership
with Mr. Lefell but the latter has dis
posed of his Interests in the store to
Mr. Johnson, formerly , with the Mc
Cully . Mercantile rompa.ny and the
firm is now to be known as Resch &
Johnson. " '
S leased to learn that there Is at least ona
readed disease that science has been
able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is
Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
FOBitive cure now known to the medical
raternlty. Catarrh being a constitutional
dlBease, requires a constitutional treat
ment Hell's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
find mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building; up the constitution and agisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much fnlth in Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any rasa that It f.ills to cure. Send
for lint cf testimonials.
Addrens F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold b nil DmRrrlntu, 7IV.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. '
Are Excellent. We CarryVanilla
Strawberry and Molasses 2!F
THE PALACE of SWEETS JC
It quickly kills the dandruff germs
that's why , , dandruff ,, vanishes so
promptly when PARISIAN ;SAGE is
used.? ': ; W-rJ & 'tt
Is "Gnaranteed 'by-theAewlIn 'Drug I
j. ' ; . ComiMiny ,: .;- ' ; ; !
to eradicate dandruff, to atop falling,
hair and itching scalp, or money back. !
Get a fifty cent bottle today and be-1
nnm a a svi - Jntarl sat Anf0 mrltll 4 Vt A mnuf '
delightful hair dressing In the world.
"I gladly recommend It as the best
hair tonic I bave ever known: I find It
the only hair tonic that will cure dand
ruff, cleanse the scalp, and make the
hair grow long and beautiful," Miss
Slgna Ahl, 2 Farwell St., W. Worces
ter, Mass. ; - -! .'. ; - ;
Worthy Patron ComJnir.
Clyde Evans, grand worthy patron
of the Eastern Star in Oregon will ar
rive this evening from Portland to vis
it the local chapter. He is touring
Eastern Oregon visiting all the lodges
and inspecting the work of each
Third Man Accused.
George Davis was arraigned today
as being a third man in the wheat
stealing case w(erein Walter Glenn
lost some wheat through theft. Two
others implicated have already been
C & Dunphy Dead.
: A telegram from Mrs. C. H. Dunphy
to C. T. Bacon statesloday that her
husband died last night. Mr. and Mrs.
Dunphy formerly lived in La Grande
where Mr. Dunphy was a pioneer drug
gist,, building the structure now occu
pied by the Wright drug store. Mr.
and Mrs. Dunphy were living in Esta
carrying a full line of staple anj fancy groceries and provisljns so
licits your patronage. Our plan is a money saving proposition of
Interest alike to city and country consumers besides metely asking
your patronage yoa are Invited to take' out membmerehip in thla
association such membership giving you an equal voice In the man- '
agement of this concern. . . . ' ' "
.Those desiring; ill information, useful to membergaad non-mem-j,
bers alike may have same by sailing at our store,! located on 'Adanys1
avenue, next door t'J Newlln's drug store. ,
Our customers keep the books, but they spend no time ;
and have no trouble ingoing so. , Every customer
V , has the same record of his account as vve have and in
the same handwriting.
This we accomplish by the use of . 1
The One Writing Method of handling credit accounts.
- With each purchase, we furnish a sale slip which shows the goods pur
chased, the price charged for each item and the last previous balance all i
footed up, ;
There can be no error in handling your accounts as :
You Always Know What You Owe
We furnish a holder for the sale slips. We prefer that you Gla every slip .
in this holder1 a glance at the last one will tell you what you owe. These slips o
become an jcpense account, without effort on your part. '
' Will you let us explain our McCailtey System to you) ' .