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LA GUAUL EYKN'INOI OliSKUVEU,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
We hve a fine line of
overcoats and cravatettes
15 to $22
Call and let us show
them to you . . .
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A. V. Andrews
If PUNS LUMI
NUCLEUS OF LIBRARY TO COME
, Sow Reached Via the Deschutes Branch
Oregori-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co. 3
THROUGH CAB SERVICE BETWEEN PORTLAND AND f BEM)
" DAILY TRAIN SCHEDULE. '
Lv. Portland .7:60 & 10:00 a.m.
Lr. The Dalles ......12:40p.m.
Lv. Deschutes Jc. .
Ar. Madras .,,
Ar.. Metollus , ....
Ar. Opsl City ....
Ar. Redmond ....
Ar. Deschutes ....
1:30 p. m.
6:45 p. ra.
, 6.00 p. m.
7:06 p. m.
7:45 p. m.
8:35 p. m.
Lv. Deschutes . ...
Lv. Redmond . .". .
Lv. Opal City ...
Lv. Madras ... ..
Ar. Deschutes Jc.
Ar. The Dalles . . .
Ar. Portland ....
, .6:53 a. m.
..8:00 a. m.
..8:30 a. m
..1.16 p. m.
..1:65 p. m.
. .6:45 p. m.
Auto and regular stage connections to La Pine,. Fort Rock, Silver
Lake, Prlnvellle, Burns, Klamath Falls and other Inland points.
THE DIRECT. QUICK AND NATURAL ROUTE TO CENTRAL ORE-
Call on nearest O.-W. R. N. agent for any Information desired or ad-
' .. 'dress .
.", WM. McMUBRAY,
General Passenger Agent PORTLAND, OREGON. .
Carnegie's Aid In Building' House and
City to Keen I'm Is Plan.
Hundreds who lament the lack of li
brary facilities here are spurlng the
prime movers in the plans now set
In motion, to keep hammering at the
project until the actual start has been
mad-a, even though it be In a very
small one. Nothing elaborate Is plan
ned for In the beginning and the nu
cleus of the library is to be contri
buted by the prlnw movers with the
aid of scores of other individuals who
are. interested In a public library.
Onc-3. by the special subscription
route the nucleus has been subscrib
ed, and the library commission put in
action along lines prescribed by the
statutes of tlw state, the commission
can soliet and obtain aid from Car
negie's library fund, and call upon
the city for' a fraction of a mill levy
for upkeep Vter the library has been
The scheme Is so plausible and has
so solid a foundation that there seems
to be no chance for failure. Tlra start
has been made and library friends
agree that if has been the Iwst possi-
direction and route.
Th'3 city council last Wednesday
adopted the resolution asked for by
the large list of men and women tax
payers who are behind the movement,
and Mayor Richardson will : appoint
the commission of nine men who will
proceed to work ' a successful cam
Went Going to Baker.
The committee from the Baker
County Wool Growers' association and
the committee from the Baker Com
mercial club met last night and dis
cussed in a General way the form of
entertainment for the members of
the association when it meets here
next week. Committees were appoint
ed to look after the details but none of
them have yet reported. Baker Her
ald. - , . - , ; V
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DATS
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days. 50c.
READ for PROFIT
t I.o tar Reuit
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
They work directly on the KIDNEYS,
BLADDER and URINARY PASSAGES,
and their beneficial effect is felt from the
surt. For BACKACHE, KIDNEY and
CONGESTION of tlio K.iuwe.xrj, -FLAMMATION
of the BLADDER and
v vTriHf a op.rmanent benefit.
TONIC IN ACTION - QUICK IN RESULTS
J. A. Maple, 125 S.7th St.. Steuben -ville,
O., says: "For" years I suffered
from weak kidneys and a sevsre blad
der trouble I learned of Foley Kid
ney Pills and their wonderful cures so
I began taking them and sure enough
I had as. good results as any I heard
about My backache left me and to one
of my business, expressman, that
alone is a great advantage. My kid
neys acted free and normal and that
saved me a lot of misery. It is now a
pleasure to work wher it used ot be a
misery. Fol?y Kidney Pills have cur
ed me and have my highest praise."
HILL'S DRUO STORK
Lumber, Lath, Shingles
and Rubberoid .... '
WENAHA LUMBER GO.
Greenwood and Madison 5t. Phone, Main 732
PERMANENTLY n ! 1 1 l"i . INTRODUCING
LOCATED KeJiaOle UentlSlS EASTERN TRICES
.' Our untarnished reputation wherever we haw established office
is a r commendation ws 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, 4Ud If it Is not right we make it right
without any extra expense to ou.,
We would rather be buiy all tha time and make a smaller profit
from each Individual patient than charge prohibitive prices. Peo-
' pie In all stations ot life patronise this institution ot Modern Den
tistry. PAINLESS l-n II EXAMINATION, CONSULTATION
UVt rrCC ESTIMATES AND ADVICE
Prices for the Best Work
115 Set ot Teeth . . ", 'J . .. . .S.OO
$10 Bridge Work (best)
110 Gold Crowns 22k
Gold Fillings .. fl.60 up
Silver Fillings 76
Plates Repaired 11.00 up
li year protection guaranteed.
DEPOT & ADAMS AYE.
OYER NEULIN DRUG CO.
Our offices' Rn Lake. Baker. La' Grande, Portland.
"" ; Notice. -'"i V
Notice Is hereby given "that sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the undersigned until' five o'clock p. m.
November 15th, for the construction
of 8 inch sewer line as follows: ap
proximately 420 feet, in section No. 2
of sewer district No. 1, same being
In the alley thrbu.sh block 6. Grandy's
addition. Also,, approximately 3635
feet, along M avenue, from the center
of Cedar street, to the alley between
Washington and Adams avenue. Same
being in section No. 2, of sewer dis
trict No. 3. all in the city of La
Grande, Oregon. Certified check, for
5 per cent of the amount bid must ac
company all proposals. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved by
the council. :
By order of the city council, Novem
ber 8th, 1911. V-
C M. HUMPHREYS.
Recorder of the City of La Grande.
Oregon. - '' '
A good high feiacUi piano, slightly
used, to be sold at a sacrifice and up
on easy terms If desired. If interest
ed, call upon G. M. Richey at the post
office for particulars. 10-30-tf
J. H. Richardson L S. Giveni
Rear La Grande Nat'l Bank
Higli 1 Class Invest
ments and Securities
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STUDENTS' BON ARIZ A
Banner Premium Contest
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE LNTER-MOUNTAIN SALES CO.. LA
GRANDE, ORE., A3 AN INTRODUCTORY, OFFER.
BIG YALUES I!f POPULAR PREMIUMS GIVEN FREE TO STC
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as .warrt tn utiidenta over sixteen years of age who act as our
representatives wb are to give what we consider th0 most dsirable
and liberal selection or premiums ever uu. -
SOW IS YOUR CIIAXCE TO SECURE HOLIDAY GIFTS FREE.
Don't put It oft until tomorrow but begin right now. and get as
many premiums-as you can. , - , - ' . "
EVERY PBEMIUJI WE OFFER YOU IS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY
With every premium on our list is sent a guarantee by the manu
facturer and we stand ready to make anything right that is not right.
Here are few of the premiums that we offer. A three months'
cfiursta in the La Grande Business college, bookkeeping, shorthand
and typewriting. . A three months' 'course In the La Grande Musical
Institute,, piano or vocal. One do?n fine cabinet photographs, by a
La Grande artist. A handsomelady's or gent's watch; also many oth
er useful "and beautful premiums. A premium for everyone selling ot
. er $1.00 worth of our goods. Our specialties consist of a line of
household necessities, tne modern rooa navprs, non-aiuuuuuc nay
orlng extracts in tubes, pure extracts without alcohol, gelatine, toilet
preparations, fine perfumes, Imported soaps, gloss starch, Salome
'" Z-i." ""i rir rticlen which can only be obtained through us. ..
FILL IX THIS BLANK AND SEND IT TO US AT ONCE.
Inter-Mountain Sales Co., La Grande, Oregon. r.X,
Gentlemen: I desire to eutor. your premium contest. Kindly
send me full Information and complete list pf premiums. "
, , ' Yours truly
; Name ............................ .".
Date .................. P. O.. .......... v
THE INTER-MOCNTAIN SALES CO, 1102J5 Adams Av, La Grande.
;i ;; cursd to stay cured.
How La Grande Citizens Can Find
i Complete Freedom From. Kidney ,
If you suffer from backache
' From urinary disorders
; From any disease of the kidneys,
Be cured to stay cured.
Doans Kidney Pills make lasting
: Grateful people testify. :' .
Here's one case of it:
. I. N. Peterman, Granite St., Sump
ter, Oregon, says:
"Tha public statement I (gave in 1907
in praise of Doan's Kidney Pills wa
correct in every detail. I have taker
this remedy several times since then
and !t has never failed to igive me
Dromut relief. For several years I
was badly afflicted with kidney com
plaint and was unable to work. Two
years of that time, i had to use
crutches when" getting about My back
ached most of the time and my kid
neys were badly disordered. Doan's
Kidney Pills benefited me In every wa
and since learning of .th'jjr merits,
have told many other people abou
For sale by all dealers. Price 5
cents. Fost'ar-iMllburn Co., Buffali
New York, sole agents for the Unite
States. - ' .
5 Remember the name Doan's an
take, no other; " ( . v
, There will be a convention
socialists of La Grande In Lewis' hal
Depot stmet, Tuesday evening, No
nth, 1911, for the purpose of nomlna
Ing a full city ticket. , All members (
the party urged to be present Loci
La Grande, Socialist Party. ,
M. E. CARBERRY,
' ' Secretary Pro Tern.
AmiS Adams Avt
LA GRANDE, ORE-
Up to date methods Id taking care
of the teeth will sa-e you no little
palnd and discomfort and will give
you relief from the disagreeable con
ditions of neglected dental work. You
should have your teeth examined fre
quently to KEEP them In good con
The old adage of a "stitch In time"
U more applicable here than In any
We take care of your troubles. '
A BBL. FRESH EASTERN
CRANBERRIES. A BBL. OF
HEIZ MINCEMEAT. '
ALSO A FULL LINE OF FRESH
RAISINS, CURRANTS, FIGS,
CITRON, ORANGE AND LEM
Stageberg &, Sandborg
more so than any other business man, re
quires the services of a bank,- if he manages
his farm in a systematic way. While he has
no need for a set of books in which to keep
a record of every transaction made, yet, dur
ing the course of a' year he must pay out '
large sums f moneyf or various purposes,-,
and a record f or f utUrB. reference:is.ljfghlir:
important. . Merchants may fail to give a re
ceipt for cash, a neighbor may not recall the
payment of money owed, but the farmer
who pays his obligations by check has writ
ten evidence of such payments which any, '
court must recognize. In the same way he
has a record of monies received by the de
posit entries on his bank book.
To the farmer, who desires such a record
for his business, we extend an invitation to
open an account with this bank. '