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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1911)
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We will sell you a 20 -year gold
filled 0 size ladies' watch," fitted
with an Elgin or Waltham
movement, for $13.65. This offer begins Sat., Dec. 2, ends Dec. 9. We will also duplicate any watch made, at
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Eastern catalogue rnces. JLargest atccK or jeweiry ever snown m nasiern
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Mail Orders Given
SIEGRIST '& CO
LARGEST JEWELRY STORE
o IN EASTERN OREGON
yVwi) 100,1 " ''"
jpr JJ HULL
f f3 'if I i.Mf V flfiL IliVViTM'il Zi ftT
j-L ?: .(POJVgpottJRID' : '
Js the best selling cough medicine
on the market to-day because it
docs juct exactly what a cough
medicine is expected to do: it stops,
coughs and colds speedily and effec
tively. Should be kept in the house
constantly where there are children;
A prompt heip for croup and whoop
ing tough. Give it to your children
The genuine is in a yellow package.
For sale by A. T.Hill
P. Donnelly, Joseph McCrary, Oas. . we would like to hear of It. The U-
Mellqulst, John Hill John C. Joyce, luatic conditions and feed of Wallowa
O. Or KcMuer, Ben Brown, F Oylett, j are Ideal for hog and cattle raising
Fred R. Swaney, Geo. Kieler, G. E. j aad the outside markets always know
where to (ome when they want the
choicest of pork, mutton and beef.
Waiolwa Sun. .
Fowler, Sib Hallgart J. W. Johnson.
OffiffF? pi foniraltfees.
The officers this year are:
H. J. Hitter,, Exalted Ruter; T. J.
Scroggin Esteemed Leading Knight;
L. P. Dunn, Esteemed Loyal Knight;
M. B. Donohue, Esteemed Leaning
Knight; H. E. Coolldge, Secretary: A.
w w Tlanielg. Es-
Elgln Boys in Navy. ',,
From a letter received by a friend
In Elgin from Frank W. Cross it Is
learned that Elmer Christiansen and
J Leonard Morelock hare joined the
OPEN TO ALL
XEMOKIAL SERVICES TOMORIOW
TO HONOR DEAD ELKS.
C. IT. Fmlton Coming to Address Gatta.
rln(r Program In Detail.
Praise Father, Son and Holy
Benediction.. Pastor Episcopal church
Rev. Upton H. Oibbs.
Mrs. Erla Carlock, Accompanist.
The -absent brother" list this yer.r
O. E. Bergqulst, E. Christiansen, W
0. G. Hunter, Chas. E. Jennings, A. F
Lewis, W. P. Laughlln. Fred Moore,
T. N. Murphf. Harry E. Nell, Frank A.
Paddock. Wm. H. Patton, Peter O'&ul-
qntrei Uo Herring, Inner Guard: R'ITnit?a Stages pm, Vn?SS '? "-!
L. Dulgnan. Chaplain; F. R. troH, J man and geU $46 per mop it. ' He sayi
Tyler. I It Is the best position he Juafi ever bai
Trustees; F, M. Bock, Wm. B. 9aNf a1i iMm K tflenJs to join as soon
gent, Arthur Curtld. - ' " H possible. The Philadelphia recent-
Memorial Committee & it. PCare, ly returned from Honolulu and will
T. J. Bcroggin, A. B. Kogers,-M. B.' soon be on her way to China. Elgin
Donohue, W. B. Sargent, Recorder.
Ushers for Memorial Services: A'-! ... . -
thur Curtis, Roscoe Doane, F. B. Con-J "" '
Wttndlng Committee, WK lliL ClliLUiUllI
Jlere, F. M. Bay. t Ateo for ewdwN persons
Relief Committee: H. J.' Rltter, t- OUICK SAFE - RELIABLE
F. Dunn, H. E. Coolidge, T. 3. Scrog-. novates mo narcotics
gin, A. T. Hill, M. B. Donohue.
Finance Committee: T. J. Scrog
gin, C. S. Dunn, Ben Bassett.
Past Exalted Rulers.
15 W Bartlett N Molitor, Tl N. ' A COMMON COLD neglected may go
W- Banleu' w- mm rwoiiP. BRONCHITIS, or
Murphy, J. H. Peare. C. D. Goodnougn 3,NEJMONIA whjCh often meansasud-
J. C. Gulling, F. S. Ivanhoe, E. W. den fatsOity. Keep FOLEY'S HONEY
Davis, W. B. Sargent. C. 8. Dunn, H AND TAR COMPOUND always in , tne
- house and (rive at first Eltrn of a cola,
E. Coolldge, G. L. Blggers. ,!X,fitutea.
Apply scleutiflc management to your lighting problem.
You will get 100 per cent efficiency, whether you use one
iigU or ft hundred. . v
Electric lights are as necessary In the home as In the
store. Aiiywueio, ! fcct. tiat V-i . their Vrll
fiance, iohVehTericd, salefyj ftnd aup-feiidaiiiltty make them
almost .'ndltpeBsble. .
Kol the least attractive feature Is their reasonable cost.
Phone Main 34 for rates. .
Eastern Oregon Light & Povver Company
FOLEY'S HONEY akd TAR
, COMPOURD '
HEAVY WEIGHT HOGS.
John Parsons, Stewart, Ohio, writes
"We use Foley's Honey & Tar com-
-9 knn or it orVk
George Evans of Ylallowa Kills rwo(me(Jy u neyer fal,g cure any
Porkers That Weigh 1395.
George Evans killed two porkers
Saturday that were a few days short
of 13 months old. Before killing, hU
friends were guessing on their weight,
so George drove them to the scale3
end the two tipped the beam at 1395,
Can anyone in the northwest beat tbis
llvan, L. D. Reavls, J. 0. Thomas. John for weight on hogs of that age7 It so.
of my seven childera of cough. My 2
months' old baby has had a most se
vere cough which our doctor said he
could not cure and that baby would
surely die. Several of our relations
and neighbors bad gathered to witness
the ending of the child's We. Two
bottles of Foley's Honey ft Tar com
pound cured the child and he Is alive
and well today.'
HILL'S DRTTO STORE
If your eyes give yow trou
ble have them examined and
properly fitted with glasses
by a reliable optometrist and
the only attendance graduate
OU STYLE NKRYPTOK. optometrist in Union county.
The most modern methods only used.
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
J. H. PEARE, & SON.
La Grande's leading Jewelers and optometrists. Opposite U. S. Land
office. Broken lenses replaced in a few minutes. W grind our own f
IM M si 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I H II t H t H I 1 1 1 1 i s H
Citizens at large will find a warm
welcome at the Elks' auditorium in
honor of Elks dead. The committee
oa arrangement urges a public invi
tation and it Is anticipated that the.
Jiall will be crowded with people.
Ex-United States Senator Charlej
W. Fulton will deliver the address,
nd the ez-solon's many friends hera
In and out of the lodge, will be glad to
iear him ns his abilities as a spnaker
mre well and favorably known. V
Complete details pertaining to the
annual service held over the country
on the first Sundny In Docemebr as,
-arranged for the loe;il loclgo, follow:
Prelude Nocturne Schumann
Recessional March ile Funobro. .. .
; . . IB "?t-tli over
Mrs. Erla Cavloi k
Opening Ceremonies. . . ,l?xnltpd Ruler
H. J. Kit tor.
Ode.. '..Air, "Auld Long Syno";
Lodge niul Audience
R. L. Duignan. '
Solo .'. Select j I
Mrs. Vnn Buren.
Bulogy 11. E. Coolidi?"
Quartette "Nearer. My Cod, to
Messrs. Ferrln, Davis, Bridges.
golo "When the Roses Bloom"...
. .' Relchnrd:
'. Mrs. T. J. Seroggln.
jlv i Mnl Address
I n, W. Fulton, Portland, Ore.
Duct "Come. Unto Me and Rest"..
Mes3n. Ferr'n nlDaus.
Quartette "Lead, Kl.id'.y Linhi"...
, , Dudley V.uc
' Messrs. Ferrln, Davis,- Bridges
La Grande IiIro No.
Doxology Lodge and Aurtlenct
TI. n.l Av. ..t.nt ell la
X ininu uvu, livfu ' ' "
Praise Him, all creatures here be
low. " PrMse Him above,' ye Heavenly
FOR HOYS BETWEEN
ADMISSION WILL BE
TICKETS CAN BE
AT THE LAUNDRY
AFTER DEC. 15.
Christmas Enteitainnieiit given to the
By Mr. A. B. Cherry
Christmas Morning, 10:30 o'clock, at the Isis Theatre
A Special Programme of Moving Pictures especially for. the boys has been assured by Mr.
$25.00 in gold to be given to the members of the Boys Sa Uub. Any boy having
h will be $1.00. or more in the Postal Savings Bank before Christmas
Day becomes a member of the club. All boys between 10
and 15 years old will be admitted to the entertainment free
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