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IA (URAKDE EVENING OBSIiilVilLl
Wednesday, December c, mi
Elisor sod Owner.
Esti-iea" at the iKtoiiie at I. Grande
cs sfcond-tla aiatter.
EoSy, slnsrly copy
TtSlj, per wek
Pally, per month
rOIXOW LOS A'GELES LEAD.
Jt will be noticed in the news cxA
tmni of this Issue that Los Angeles
defeated the socialist candidate for
mayor by a heavy vote, which plainly
tells the story of lack of faith W the
oclallst party by the people of t&e
California city. The election was a j
test of strength and it was watched
with Interested eyes from all over the
La Grande holds an election next
Monday. Wtille thi8 city Is not nearly
SO large as Los Angeles the question
of socialism is Just as pronounced. La
Grande has a socialist candidate for
mayor In the person of Mr. Wines, at-
to socialist canaiuaie mi vm"-.
THIS DATE IX HISTORY.
-Hery VI of England born.
May 21. 147L
JC37 sir Edmund Andros, colonial
governor of New England, born
la London. Died there, Feb. 24.
i?'m Philadelphia became the seat of
the national government
1739 The Whig national convention.
In session at JIarisburg, nomi
nated William Henry Harrison
of Ohio for president and John
Tyler of Virginia for vice pres-ident
CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Loss of Appetite or Distreu After Eat.
tng a 8ymptom That Should Not
Appetite la Jusi a natural desire for i
food. Loss of appetite or stomach dls- 1
tress after eating ludicate Indigestion
or dyspepsia. Over-eating is a habit
very dangerous to a person's good gen
- It Is not what you eat bnt what you
digest and assimilate that does you
good. Some of the strongest, heaviest,
and healthiest persons are moderate
eaters. ' '
There Is nothing that will cause
more trouble than a disordered stom
ach, and many people dally contract
Our Men s Store is fully prepared to
meet your every wish in useful gifts.
We invite you to come in and in
spect our lines.
erlons maladies simply through ais-
U these men are " " " d or ab08e of tne 8tomacD.
tlvely mean that La Grande step, forth) "" a who ,uffer (rom any
In front of the rays of public opinion BtomaCD derangement Indigestion, or
as a socialist community and you can aygpepsi0. whether acute or chronic,
expect nothing else. ' . ' ' J to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, with
Are von going to assist In such a the distinct understanding that we will
tnovementT Do you believe that La! refund their money without question
inovemenii uo juu u . , or formality, if after reasonable use of
Crande should be controlled by social-! medIdne tbey are not perfect,y
ists? Are you favorable to that polit- atll(flt.d W(D tBe results. We recom
Jcal party riding Into power? 1 meod them to our customers every
Lt these questions sink deep lnto,jar. and have yet to hear of any one
tn -..- .. twn twtwAtMl bv them.
youf fF'3W5ul"' "
fujir, if ft) fa not tavor BOclal,8t
aflnilpiBtrstion remember there is but
one thing to do Vt Sgainst the can
lldates pf that party and get as many
Ible This Is no time for L Grande
as a community to dwell on personali
ties; It is no time for the people here
to be la and let things go by default
Once this city goes for socialism years
will elapse before It will get to Itself
These are stubborn facts. They can
not be denied for there is a precedent
established by other cities who have In
4. ' .H.(nH rl sin a1 flnfifaU
1 Uiuuiiu va lv-w
Ism, and to their sorrow.
The ticket headed by Church should
prevail !n this city next Monday. Take
the lead offered by Los Angeles and
go to the polls determined to vote
' naolnct ttStJilnlfltTtV '
in beautiful-Xmas box
es, made of best silk
75c to $1.50.
CHIEFS made of pure Irish linen
in any initial desired.
25c, 35c, and 50c.
We honestly believe them to be with-'
out equal. ' Tbey give very prompt re
lief, aiding to neutralize the gastric
juices, strengthen the digestive organs.
to regulate tbe bowels, and thus to pro
mote perfect nutrition, and eradicate
alt unhealthy symptoms.
We urce ton io try a 25c. boi
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, which gives
15 davs' treatment At tbe end
that time, yonr money will be returned J
to you If -you are not satlfled. or
course. In chronic cases length of treat-
ment varies. For such cases, we have
two larger slvtes, ; which sell for EOc.
and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain
Reiall Remedies In this community
only at our store The Retail Store,
HILL'S DRUG STOTIE.
All the desirable shades and
patterns in narrow, medium
and wide ends. 50c to $1.50
Always a very useful gift. Han
dles are detachable and inters
changeable. All qualities.
Prices $1.50 to $5.00.
J- l A r'
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BATH ROBES AND SMOK
You can select , from our ele-
and style to please the most
On display in our windows and
inthe store. Coma and see
them. Prices $4.00 to $18.50.
MEN'S DRESS GLOVES.
We sell the famous F0WNES
make of fine dress gloves. Price
Also other makes and qualities
of fine dress gloves from $1.25
to $5.00 pair. :
EYEKT BAY LIFE U MAl
1ACA" Splendid scenic picture.
"THE POWER OF COD" -A
, strong western story with new
new situations. 8. & A.
"MADAM TALLIEJi" Strong
dramatic story. Pathe.
"THE SLAVEY'S AFFIJilTY
The two leading actors of the
Lubln company, Mr. Johnson
and Miss Lawrence. A good
story well told.
Wednesday and Thursday, the
th and 7th.". '
T0n PLAY THREE REELS
Chaa. Beed's Famous Story.
Mt. .Williams will sing "You
Look Just Like tbe Girl That
lTse4 to Go to School With Me."
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
Bbiiirt Give a Merchandise Coupon
Made for any amount or any article, redeemable any time. r ;
Geu. Reyes Is MlKslnir.
San Antonio, pec. 6. Federal of
ficials are searching for General Reyes
It Is alleged he Jumped his bond and
re-entered Mexico via Corpus Christ!.
disguised. A search warrant will be
issued today. .
Mexico City, Dec. 6. Fearing that
General Reyes Is In Mexico to foment ( w
. .1 41 f.l I... ' t
uuuLiicr revijiuiiiMi, iuc .Tiiiuermi guv
ernment Is worried and they will start
a hunt for him.
PAY YOUR WATER KENT TOMORROW.
Watch for 'Our Suggestions of Useful Gifts for Ladies
Siotle for 8ale of Improvement Bonds.'
Notice Is hereby given that the city)
rf T n CI rn n la Ttn tin tAnnru AfnoAn !
vi ack uinfiuvi wuva iuuuli V 11
will receive sealed bids for the pur
chase of Improvement bonds," in the
sum of 111,37.97, In denominations of
$500.00, bearing six per cent inter
est per annum, up to 5 o'clock p. m
Tuesday, December 13th, 1911; said
bids to be filed with the recorder of
the city of La Grande, and to be ac
companied by a certified check for the
sum of "$550,001" The successful bid
der will be required to pay for said
bonds within ten (10) days after no
tice that said bonds are ready for de
livery. La Grande, Oregon, December 5th,
C. M. HUMPHREYS,
, 'Recorder of the City of La Grande,
Oregon. , 12-6-6t
il X 1
The Quality Store
What Makes a Strong Bank?
" I. AMPLE RISOl'irCES Our resources' are $MO0.0w.
eamposed of well secured leans and cash.
8. AMPLE CASH RESEEYES--Our cash reserves are
usually 28 to 30 per cent of cur immediate liabilities (de
posits subject to check., and always more than 15 per
tent of our total liabilities, the amount required by law.
.8. ADEQUATE CAPITAL. Our capital Is $100,0ji.0,
and our surplus, which Is profits earned and retained as
additional capital. Is $105,000 00.
4. CAPABLE MANAGEMENT Ever since Its organiza
tion 25 years ago, this bank has been under careful man
. agemeut Its ofllcers and directors are men who have
achieved success In the hanking and other lines ot bnel
, ' ness. The fact that we have safely weathered every fin
ancial storm during our career, and are today greater and
stronger than ever Is evidence of good management. ; '
If you are not already a depositor or client of , this
strong snd successful bank, become one now. It you are,
tell your friends abont us.
La Grande National Bank
LA GRANDE, OREGON.
Fred J. Holmes. Yes.
F. L. .y?rt Csijzt
. ' 108.000 00
W. J. Ohuroh, Vx Prs.
rsr1 Zmit.Av't Cashnr
CATARRH DOCTOR. :
Yob Can Get the Best Oeue In the
World for $1.00. .
Go to the Newlln Drug company to
day. Say "I want a HYOMEf outfit."
take It home with you, open the box
and pour a few drops of HYOMEl
(pronounce It high-o-me) Into (he lit
tle hard rubber Inhaler. !
Then breathe pleasant, soothing,
healing, germ killing HYOMEl over
the raw,lnflamed, germ ridden mem
brane for a few minutes and relief Io
Stuffed up head will vanish. Keep
up the treatment four or five times
day for a few dayt and hawking,
spitting and forming of mucus In the
nose and throat will cease.
HYOMEl is guaranteed to end ca
tarrh, coughs, colds. ' croup, asthma,
catarrhal deafness or money back, A
complete outfit $1.00, subsequent bot
tles If needed 60 cents at the Newlln
Drug company and druggists every
cured my daughter of a bad cold and
my neighbor, Miss eBnaon, cured her
self and her whole family with Foley's
Hooey & Tar Compound. Every one
In our neighborhood speaks most high
ly of It as a good remedy for. coughs
HILL'S DRUG STORE.
"Foul Play," a splendid film, will be
shown at tbe Arcade tonight and to
morrow night This is a three reel
film, as good as the best. A fint
TO CCRE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money. It
it falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature is on each box. 25c .
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the La
Grande National Bank will be held at
their banking house in La Grande,
Oregon, on Tuesday, January 9. 1912
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing a board of direc
tors to serve for the ensuing year, and
for tbe transaction of such othsr nuel.
ness us may properly come be'oro said
December 6, 1911.
F. L. MEYT'llS OaahUr;
12 b to 1-9
Ends Winter's Troubles.
To many, winter is a season of trou
ble. The frost bUten toes and fingers.
chapped hands and lips, chilblains.
cold sores, red and rough skins, prove
this. But such troubles fly before
Bncklen's Arnica Salve. A trial con
vinces. Greatest healer of burns, bolls,
piles, cuts, sores, bruises, eczema and
sprains. Only 25c at all druggists.
December 11th, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that on" the
11th day of December, 1911, a general
election will be held in the city of La
Grande, In the county of Union, state
of Oregon, for the purpose of electing
the following officers:
One mayor. .
One chief of police.
. One treasurer.
One councilman from 1st ward.
One councilman from 2nd ward.
One councilman from 3rd ward.
One councilman from 4th ward.
That at said election there will be
submitted to the voters of the city the
! 1 .. . ..
; u""w'"g question: "snail the city ot
HONEY anb TAR
For over three decades a favorite
household medicine forCOUGHS,
COLDS. CROUP. WHOOPING
COUGH. BRONCHITIS, HARD
anJSTUFFY BREATHING. Take
at first sign of a cold. Quick, safe
and reliable. The Bee Hive on the
carton is the mark of the genuine.
Refuse sustitutes. .
Mrs. Anna Felser, 2G28 Jefferson St.
80. Omaha, says: H can recommend
Foley's Honsy A Tar Compound as a
Dura curs tor ooaglw a&4 solAs. It
NOTICE TO Y0TERS. Grande, Oregon, reimburse J. K.
I hereby announce my candi- Wright, for the loss as city treasurer
dacy for recorder of the city of ti ot the clty 'uls on deposit In the
t La Grande Thankins ti- pub- Farmers and Traders National bank
lie for their support. ot Decern- $ j the balance being Jl.567.07; said claim
ber 11th, I am, ' 'against the bvk becoming city prop-
: Yours truly, $jerty."
. C. M. HUMPHREYS. ! The polling places destgnated for
ti said election and the judges and clerks! 11-29-12-11
appointed to conduct said election are.
Vint ward Polling place, court
liuuae. juugeu; w. W. Monroe, M. MC-
wuimjr, a. w arnica, leras. .
Clapp and E. W. Kammerer. ...
Second ward Polling nlace. eitv re
corder's office. . Judges: H. W. Stoner,
C. W. p. Ellsworth, J. H. 'Chllda
Clerks: H. P. Oliver and J. E. Rey
nolds. - , : : ; : r '
Third ward Polling place, 2110
Fourth street. Judges: ,J, M. Hilts,
George Leds worth, W. D. Graady,
Clerks: Howard Davis and B. L. Leav-
itt",v : :' .;
Fourth ward foiling place, new
Harris building corner Monroe avenue
and Greenwood street. Judges: G. W.
Allen, M. Mooney, J. H. Kochenspar
ger. Clerks: John Ladd and W. A
Said election will oe ' "." .vvi "on
ducted and the returne b.bui" Met, v
pvovided by law In the case of general
city elections of said city,
The polls of said election , will he
opened at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m.
and closed at the hour of 7 o'clock p
m. on said day.
All qualified voters of the city will
be permitted to vote at said election
By order of the council of said city
of La Grande, Oregon.
Dated November 22nd, 1911. . .
A, L. RICHARDSON,
Attest: C. M. HUMPHREYS,
Ar eExcellent. lie CarryVanillf i