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LA GRANDE" EVEiJiNG OBSERVER;
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911.
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Blacks and Blue Serges. All
$ 20.00 :
A. V. Andrew '
WE CAX SELL YOU A 40 ACBE BAXCH t FILES FROM
RAILROAD. GOOD SWL, RUXXIXG : WATER, ft ROOM
HOUSE AT A 8XAPPECE OF $1400.00. TERM'S TO SUIT
TOU. WOULD TRADE FOR GOOD LA GRANDE PROP
EBTY. THl MAih H7ILL T?r !r?1p,,ni;'T.
The Slouch Investment Co.
2XD DOOR EAST OF POSTFFICI
STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, NOV. 23
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AND A REMARKABLE CAST OF 20 PRINCIPALS INCLUDING AL
FRED GOULDINQ, DENTON VANE. WILLIE POLLARD, EDITH
WHITLEY, LAURA OAKLEY AND WINNIE BAULDWIN.
30 PRETTY CHORUS GIRLS 30
"The Rich Mr.Hoggenheimer"
One entire year at the Casino Theatre, New York Started All Ameri
PRICES $1.60, $LO0, 75c AND 50c SEATS OX SALE AT TAX BUR
EX'S, COMMEXCIXd XEXT TUESDAY MORXIXG.
GflUi HOLD !
PCRTLAXD MARKET 15 DULL CON
DITION'. (nlifernla Growers Boosted Prices to
Fill Own Pockets.
(Portland Journal.. V
Trading In the potato market here
has been brought to an abrupt stop
owing to the determination of grow
ers to told.
Markets elsewhere are not snowing
the improvement expected and there
fore prices being bid by shippers are
far out of line with what growers are
The cat has been let out pf the bag,
explaining the reason why California
potato dealers were so anxious to
boost the price in Oregon. It is stated
on good authority that 2,000,000 bags
of potatoes remain unsold in Cali
fornia at this time, 500,000 of which
are alleged to be in the hands of Geo.
Shlma,' the Japanese grower.
California dealers are making a
desperate effort to take away the po
tato trade of Arizona from this sec
tion and by boosting prices here so
that growers would not sell, the south'
era dealers would therefore be able
to undersell their northern competi
tors ;.. ' '.,';..-'.' ." .
Notwithstanding the short crop re
ported generally in the east and the
expected heavy demand for potatoes,
no orders are at present coming to
this city from Texas points, a very un.
usual occurrence even during normal
Local market quotations tods v.
Batter and Eggs.
Butterfat 38 cents.
Cheese Hazelwood and Tillamook.
Butter Creamery, 45 cents, one lb.
85 cents two lb. roll.
Eggs Rancheggs, 40c; storage,'35c.
25c. ' ' ;
Vegetables and Miscellaneous.
Potatoes Per cwt, $ 1.50
Cabbage Per cwt $1.50
Onions $2.25 per cwt. :
' Cabbage Per pound, 2 Mi and 3c.
Celery Per bunch 15c.
Sweet potatoes Five lbs for 25c.
Sweet potatoes Four lbs. for 25c.
Sugar cane, cash price $6.90; 30
days' tlm0 $7.30 per cwt. Beet sugar,
cash price $6.70, 30 days' time $7.10
Beanc White, 8 l-3c: lima, 10 cents
Home rown apples $1.25 to $1.10
per box. Grade establishes price.
Cranberries 20 cents per quart.
Bananas 40c per dos.
Feed and Grain.
Alfalfa Hay $13.00 (retail).
Grain Hay $13.00.
Snowdrift Flour, sack $1.40
Bran and Shorts $1.30 and $1.40.
Oats $1.50 per cwt.
Rolled Barley $1.70 per cwt.
Cattle, Hops and Fowl.
Cows SMic to 4c.
. Steers 4c to 5c.
Chickens Hens, 10: old roosters,
(8c and spring fries 10c to 12c.
i Turkeys, live weight, 17 to 18c.
j Ducks, live weight,, 12c.
? Geese, live weight 12 c.
"DO IT SOW
is an old saw, but it applies to noth
ing so vitally as to the care of your
There's a reason why you should
call at STEVENSON'S DENTAL OF
FICE If you want your teeth put In
good condition, in fact there are sev
eral' reasons. ': t, : ,
. Reliable work and fees consistent
J. EL Stevenson, D. D. S.
If your eyes give yon trou- J
oie nave tnem examined and 1
properly fitted with glasses '
by a reliable optometrist and
the only attendance rrnriunt ' 1
t ' OLD 5TUE' KRYPTOK. optometrist In Union mtr ' 1
T ' The most modern methods only used. ' I
. . If you have trouble glasses will not correct you 'will be told the prop- J
'. , er course to pursue. ' 1
; I I make a .specialty of fitting glasses. W. M. Peare, graduate Northern
; llllnoU College of Opthamology, Chicago, with 1
J. H. PEARE, & SON. i
L Oraade't leading jewelers and optometrists. Opposite U. S. Land '
bfflee. Broken lenses replaced In a few minutes.' w grind our own !
r leues. -
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TO CURE A COLD IX OXE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund monty If
it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature is on each box. 25c.
$1C0 Reward, $109
The readers of this paper will t
pleased to learn that tliero Is at least one
dreailid disease that science hus been
able to curs In all its stages, and that is
Catnrrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
Fositlva cure now known to the medical
rntnrnlty. Cacarrh belnff a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the din-
ease, and giving the patient strength by
bulldlnr up the ronstitutlon and assisting;
n-.fur.ln doing its work. The proprietors
era that they offer One Hundred Dollars 1
lcr any rase timt it rrjis to cure. Sena .
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FRATERNAL . ORDERS OF LA 4
A. F. t A. M. La Grande Lodge No j
41, A. F. & A. M. holds regular meet- j
lngs first and third Saturdays at
7i30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. L. M, HOYT, W. M. f
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 avenue
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend. .
H. J. RITTER. Ex. Rul
H. E. COOLIDGE, Rec. Sec. ,
WOODMEN OF' THE WORLD Li
Grande Lodge No. 169 W 0.' V.
'meets every second and fourth Sat
nrdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
mebera welcome. . ,
D. FITZGERALD, a C.
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk.
4. W. A.--La Grande Camp No. 770?
meets every Monday In the month a'
the I. O.O. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited t
' W. A. DUNN,
WILL LANDRUM. Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cr
Lodge No. 27 meets every Mono
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hal)
A Pythian welcome to all vlsHtn'
A. C. HAYNES, C. C. '
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. ;
T-EBEKAHS--Crystal LodKe No. i
meets every Tuesday evening In fb
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mon
bers are Invited to attend.
MISS HELEN McLAUGHLINr N. O
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER. Sec
O. E. S. Hope Chapter No. 13, O. P
C. holt stated communications th
- second and fourth Wednesdays o
each month. Visiting members cor
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of All Kinds ,
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Make up your mind to save a
thousand dollars. Start a bank
account and persevere. You
can do' it as easily as others
have-ryou MUST start before
you can finish.
Your Savings Earn 4 per cent interest here
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SOLID OAK. MADE IX 5IXE DIF- .
FEREXT STYLES THAT HUST GO .
DURING OCTOBEB: t ,
$15.50 Solid Oak Dresser $12.50
. $16.50 Solid Oak Dresser $13.25
$17.60 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
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tion Was made m
Ireland described in the original play.
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