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LA GRANDE EVENING 0DSEI.VER.
V'EDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1911.
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i ieaoy - Made
Blacks and Blue Serges. All
1 DOBIH POiVDEn I!
H liOlCD WILL FILE FI5DIM;S 11Y.MIL '
Mia AH Water Ur$ at Wth fo.
etr to Irrigate Nest rias.
A. V. Andrews
e Your Own Boss
WE CAN SELL YOU 1 40 ACRE RANCH S MILES FROM
RAILROAD. GOOD 8 ML, RUNNING WATER, 6 ROOM
BOUSE AT A SNAP PEjCE OF tlMM. TERMS TO SUIT
-YOU. WOULD TRADE FOB GOOD LA GRANDE PROP
ERTY. THIS KA.i u niLL ZiZZ TCU l?.VE?vwiT.
The Slough Investment Co.
2ND DOOR EAST OP FOSTFFICI
Btfore time for irrigation of F.- lis
next spring, water users who are In
I volvtMn riparian rights Ziugatioa in
faad about North Powder know
their rigats and limitations. Water Su
perintendent Geo. T. Cochran arrived
borne this morning from Salem where
he has been attending a
I the board of control and testimony ta
ken some time since by Mr. Cochran ai
North Powder was presented and the
board haa acted upon' it The matter
Is now left to be written out and will
be filed with the circuit Judge hero
soon so that it can be made known
to the water users before the time for
irrigation next spring. The board ad
journed yesterday until January 22.
when k meets again to take up, among
others, litigation Involving rights In
Willow river near Vale. Mr. Cochran
as superintendent of this water divi
sion goes to Vale next week and takes
the final hearing there and at the next
meeting of the board adjudication of
the rights will be made to that they,
too, can ue water properly next
"DO IT SOW
1 is an old saw, but it applies to noth
I ice so vitallv as in th n r mnr
teeth. . J
There's a reason why yon should
call at STEVENSON'S DENTAL. OF
FICE If yon want your teeth put in
good condition, in fact there are sev
Reliable work and fees consistent
J. E. Stevenson. D. D. S.
FRATERNAL ORDERS OF LA
PERMANENTLY r i r . INTRODUCING
located Kehable Dentis s eastern priced
Our untarnished reputation wherever w have established offlcej
rcoraepIatloq look to with pride, and our motto, "Honest
orV "fair dealing," has alwaya made our lucces continuous for
the past 10 years,
We guarantee our work, 4nd 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
ple In all stations of life patronize this Institution of Modern Den
PAINLESS f-fk it p A EXAMINATION, CONSULTATION
EXTRACTION OUC A TCC ESTIMATES AND ADVICE
Prices for the Best Work
116 Set of Teeth ......... fS.00
siu uriage worn (DeBt) am qq
iu uoia crowns zzk . v
12 year, protection guaranteed.
Gold Fillings ........ fl.60 np
Silver Fillings ;-,c
Plates Repaired ......fl.00 hi
DEPOT A ADAMS AVE.
OVER XEWLIN DRUG CO.
Our offices' 8nlt Lake, Baker, La Grande, Portland.
RUSSELL SAW MILL No 2, first class
condition, 20-borse boiler and en
gine; everything complete, ready to
set and saw lumber. You can't du
plicate for $2,800. Give some one a
bargain. Address Abe, care Obser
WANTED Position as housekeep
... er in country. Have little girl. No
good offer refused, Address P. L..
FOR SALE. 321 acres of land 6 3-4
' miles south of La Grande on good
county road. Fenced and partly im
; proved. There Is enough wood and
j timber on the plnce to pay for same.
j Part cash. This is a snap and must
( be sold. Price $3,650. Inquire at
, office. 11-22-frt
K. F & A. M. La Grandj Lodge No
41, A. F. & A. 54. holds regular meet
ings first and third Saturdays ai
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. I M. HOTT, W. M. -A.
C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
B. P. O .E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenuf
. Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
H. J. RITTER. Ex. Rul ,
H. E. COOLIDGE, Rec. SeS.
Aim High and con
sider yourself cap
able of great tilings
Make up your mind to save a
thousand dollars. Start a bank
account and persevere. You
can do it as easily as others
have-you MUST start before
you can finish.
Your Savings Esrn 4 per cent interest here
VOODMEN OF THE WORLD L.
Grande Lodge No. 169 W O. W
meets every second and fourth Sat
' flffjayf at K, P, halt. All nsltlcr
mebsri lcom. '
D. FITZGERALD, C. C.
J. H. KEENET. aerk.
FOR SALE About 100 gallons cider
vinegar. Inquire Mrs. John Orvls.
FOHi HiiNT Single and housekeeping
ooms. 1914 Third stfrt. .
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room. Inquire 1208 Seventh and 11
streets or phone Red 61. 11-6-tf
FOR RENT New modern cottage,
full basement Phone black 3492.
I WILL TRADE Good five room house
J and 4 lots. Will trade for horses
or cattle. 10-ll-tf
If your eyes give you trou
ble have them examined and
properly fitted with glasses
by a reliable optometrist and
the Onlv At tot! linn CO vrsrlnnfa
vu oi TLt' vKRYPTOK ; optometrist In Union county.
The most modern methods only used.
If you have trouble glasses will not corned you will be told the prop
er course to pursue. ,i
I make a specialty of fitting glasses. W. M. Peare, graduate Northern
Illinois College of Opthamology, Chicago, with
i J. H. PEARE, & SON. 1
L Grande's leading Jewelers and optometrists. Opposite U. S. Land
offlce. .Broken lenses replaced is few minutes. We grind our own
leases.?-! s; ' t ; , ; f . t -;s , .,
illiliniiitnii ' 1 M 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 j ii 1 1 ii I j t
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO,
La Grande, Oregon.
FOR SALE New two story ; mcxieta
' house. J. G. Snodgrass, or call Mala
GOOD SECOND-HAND tent 10-12 for
sale very cheap. 1421 Adams avenue..
M. W. A. La, Grande Camp No. 770'
meets every Monday In the month a.
the I. O. O. F. hall. All Tlsltlnt
neighbors are cordially ' lnvltej t
W. A. DUNN,
WILL LANDRUM. Clerk.
ANIGHTS OP PYTHIAS Red Crr
Lodge No. 27 meats every MonU
night in Castle hall, (eld Elk's hell.
A Pythian welcome to all vlaitla
A. C. HAYNES, C. C.
R. U LINCOLN. M. of R. 8
UJEBEKAHS Crystal Lod.e No. l
meets every Tuesday evening in th
1. 0.0. F. hall. All visiting mem
bers are invited to attend.
MISS HELEN McLAUOHLIN. N. G
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, See.
! or . . . . i1
O. E. P. Hope Chapter No. 13. O. W
C. hol stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays o
each month. Visiting members co?
CARRIE B HUNTER. W. M
MARY A. WARN1CK. 8o..
FOR SALE OR TRADE QUICK. Two
, good young horses. Call at Klrt
ley's stables. 11-11-tf
FOR RENT On suite housekeeping
rooms. Also furnished room with
or without board. 1617 Fourth St
A :- ' 11-lMf ".
; ! FOR SALE Femnlo thoroughbred Air'
jdi!w pup. Call evening. ' 1702 First
treet. Phone Black 3462.' 11-21-tf
oi All Kinds
1 HAVE 23 NEW DRESSERS LV
SOLID OAK. MADE IN NINE DIF
FERENT STYLES THAT MUST GO
$15.50 Solid Oak Dresser $12.50
$16.50 Solid Oak Dresser $13.25
$17.50 Solid Oak Dresser . $14.00
$19.00 Solid Oak Princess $15.25
$20.00 Solid Oak Princess $16.00
$24.00 Solid Oak Princess $20.00
BIGGEST SNAP TOU ETER S1W.
Want Your Heat
ing Stove Set Up?
WANT TO TRADE IT ON A VERY
FINE COMBINATION DEATERl 1
WILL DO THIS AND GIVE YOU A
FOR A VERY LOW PRICE.
HEATERS. ALL KINDS $1-00
', '. . $33.00
W -' V .'j.t ','
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COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER.
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Every scene in this stupendous produc
tion was made in the exact location in
Ireland described in the original play.
Tonight and Thurs., Nov. 22-23.
ADMISSION, ,1 0 CENTS
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