La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, December 09, 1911, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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THE DECLARATION OF IX.
DEPENDENCE" Edison
An Edison special. Every
man, woman and child ehoull
see this realistic hstorcal pro
ducton. Highly educational,
DRIVEN FROM THE
TRIBE" .....f. ....... Pathe
A magnificent .Indian story.
The . thrilling race tor Ufa
across tho desert must be seen
to be appreciated. -
. "JItir CROWNING GLORI"
lagrn,b
" Tae.'a H nothing funn'er than
a ,ildv olj maid who thinks she
Is a winner. It's a real live "vii
sgraph comedy. Nuf sed.
Look at this. .
A SONGFEST.
Tonight Miss Garrick will sing
"My Daddy Was a Grand Old
. .Man." -SPECIAL,
Tomorrow SUNDAY,
C. P. FERRIN, the popular
Tocallst sings "FACE TO FACE"
(by request and MISS GARIflCK
sings Mendelssohn's SPRING
SONG."
day at the f sow Hake Eakery. ll-S3-tf
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Silver mesh bag-3 and beaded bans
that you were looking for are now ic
and on sale at Eilverthorc's family
drug store. 12-S-2t & w
Toy Land's grand Santa Claus prize
drawing contest fcr the school cLll
dren of Union county Is educational as
well as will prove profitable to those
making the best drawing. $15.00 In
prizes given. Either pen or pencil
, drawings. We want every school child
I under 15 years of age to draw Santa.
The Golden Rule company.
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We want every school child to com
pete In the Santa Claus drawing con
test J 15.00 prizes will be given. Get
drawing blanks at Toy Land.
Ladles, we have ins Vppntvoit h
j latest In linen crochet thread, also in
struction books giving all the nev
sketches and general Instruction In
fancy work. The Golden Rule com
pany. '
: See our new line of felt slippers for
men, women and children. The Goldei
Rule company. "
Try. our hot coffee and clam chow
der. Snow Flake Bakery. 11-29-tf
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LOCALS
H. T. Love, Jeweler,, mZ4 Adams ST-
Xmas purchasers
F. L. Lilly's.
headquarters at
12-8-tf
Br. 'Posey, Specialist tor Eye, Ear,
Hone, Throat diseases aad catarrh.
Vrer Seidell store. Eyes fitted with
f lasses. Honrs 8 te 11:30) 1:30 to
f and 7 to 8 p. m.
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C. E. Wilson Is now running the
Oxford rooming house, 406 Fir street
Home cooking. Meals 25c. Rooms 25
and 60 cents. , Your patronage will be
appreciated. We start serving meals
Monday.' ,' 12-8-2t , '
The Elks will give a card party,
text Tuesday evening to all members
and their ladles.
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Dancing at Rink every Wednesday
end -Satuday nights,. ...
12-6-tf
ON ACCOUNT OF THE 10TH COM
ING OX SUNDAY, PAYMENT FOR
WATER MAY BE MADE UNTIL MON
DAY THE 11TH.
Those Christmas decorations,
Christmas cards, Christmas folders,
and Christmas tags and stickers are
Just what you need for packages. They
are the latest and prettiest at Silver
thorn's family drug store. 12-8-2t & w
7.50 first. 15.00 second and $2.53
third prizes are to be given In Toy
Land's drawing contest.' We want a
thousand pictures of Santa. The Gpld-
en Rule company. . '
. Clam chowder and shellfish every
The most sensible and best Christ
mas present you can make your son
or daughter, is a scholarship in the
La Grande Business college. Day and
night sessions. Enroll at any time.
Percolators $1.75 to $4.60 at F,L
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Ladies' Hand Bags at prices That Will
Astonish You. :
Don't fail to see our'window of la
dies' hand bags reduced to less than
actory prices. Newlln Drug company
: '.' 11-28-tf .-.., '.
Those fancy plates and cups at F. L
Lilly's 15c to $4.60 are Just right.
12-8-tf,
baa amounted to. Newlin Eook and
Stationery compacy. 12 S-tf
Good skallag Is bow te ha kad at
Perry .and at Dotea pond. Von know
what fun that means. Cet your skates
sharpened at Lcighton's and you will
know you have a good job.
OX ACOOCXr OF THE 10TH COM
ING ON SCNDAY, PAYMENT FOR
WATER MAY BE MADE UNTIL HON
DAY THE 1ITIL
If you are looking for prettily bound
gift books for Christmas, those at Sll
verthorne's drug store are pretty and
at reasonable prices, 32-8-2t & w
WANTED Have a buyer for cheap
town property. No higher than $1.
600.00. Call at once. Second door
east of postoJtice. S. M. Slough In
vestment Company. 12 9-tf
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PERSONALS. -
Nate ,Ardery, the piano
registered at the Savoy.
tuner,
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A. R. Abel of North Yakima was a
Sommer hotel guest this morning.
J.. B. Brookler of Spirit Lake was
registered at the Foley this morning.
J. H. Teeswold of Alicel was a busU
nesB visitor In the city yesterday eve
ning staying at the Foley.
Miss Ruth Hart left tcday for Pen
dieton to spend Sunday, with her sis
ters, Mrs. Phelps and Miss Helen Hart.
' J. H. Maurer, of Boise, B. G. Gorham
of North Powder, D. R. Starkweather
of North Powder and Charles H.
Brown of North Powder were guests
in the city today staying at the Som
mer. "
STORAGE
WAREHOUSE
We can store almost anything
and at reasonable rates.
Waters-Stanchf ield
ProduceCo.,M"n m
1627 JEFFERSON JNEHUB
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ON ACCOUNT OF THE 10TU.COM
ING ON SUNDAY, PAYMENT FOU
WATER MAY BE MADE UNTIL MON
DAY THE 11T1L
Aanything . you , want In cut glaBS
and silverware at Lilly's.. , 12-8-n
Home made candles for Immediate
or holiday deliveries can be had by
calling Red 352. Prices from 35 to
(0 cents a 'pound'.
Get a pocket knife, scissors and raz
ors at F. L. Lilly's. They are fine Xmas
presents. 12-8-tf . .
Crochest work done promptly and
satisfactorily. Aviation, cape a special
ty, Mrs. Henry Mossnear brickyard.
11-19-tf ; v ? .
PROF. F. 3. FREENOR Sonologist
and Healer. Treats all diseases.
, 1417 Adams avenue. Phone Main
724, La Grande, v.; ',:.
Don't buy your dolls until you nee
my line which will arrived this week.
Mrs. H. C. Vlnacke. 208 Fir. Telft-
phone 8231 , 12-4-tf
We have the finest line of gift books
In Eastern Oregon. , Don't fall to Bee
them. Newlln. Book and ' Stationery
company. . 12-9-tf
All kinds of Toys ( Dolls and Cb.il
dren's Books here at the very lowest
trices: Newlln Book and Stationery
company. . . 12-9-tf '
Dont worry about holiday presents
we worried for you months ago.
Come now and see what this worry
SPECIAL NOTICE.
At a meeting of the board of yre
toi of the Union county Co-Operative
association, held in La Grande Dec. 9,
1911, the following resolution .was
cJopted: ' ' "' ' . "
Resolved; Thatjt is the sense of this
meeting that Mr. Herbert P.ittlson,
manager of our association, had no
authority to sign the resolutioi clr; u
lated by the business men of La
Grande Dec. 7, except for himself, and
that our association can in no way be
held responsible for same.
UNION CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIA
TION, . 12-9-1 t
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FUR COATS
Electric Seal Coat, squirrel triisxied
ABtriclian, large roll collar .
Russian Buffalo Coat, that
life time
Pony, black cr natural color, a beautiful gar
nient, finest satin lined C3.31
Large line of Ladies' Cloth Coats
. .. ONE HALT PPJCE
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SILK DRESSES -
Fine Taffeta, in staple color beautif(ally made
garments ONE HALF PFJCE
$37.50 Values, now :..........
- 35.00 Values, now ; .
30.00 Values, now ...... .. ...........
20.00 Values, now ;.
.$18.75
. 17.50
. 15.00
.. 10.00
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WOOL DRESSES
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Come and take your choice,
gains. .
Only a limited number left they go at
one half price
All TtrllAa' . MiaoAfl' onrl riViilvamU Twrnw. , ,
: ' ' Hate .i.,.;, ,,:.;,,;;: ONeIiALF PRICE I
Line ranges from $3.50 to $19.50 and they are bar-
Our immense Holiday line is now on display and as early buying is the most
satisfactory, we recommned that you should attend to yours before the rush of the
, last f ew days prior to Christmas.
TSe (Beldeo Kiale Company
A visit to Toy Land will pay you take the little folks. T!hey will enjoy it.
Lofal Firm Has Contract. -The
'v La Grande Electric Supply
company has commenced an extensive
coutract of wiring the new city tall
al Elgin. A crew of men went to wo; i;
yesterday. - ;.
k MOTRE OAHE LADY'S APPEAL
Tt all knowlnj inJmri at rhnmtlmi, wheth
cr miucultr or ot th Joints, clitlci. lumbigoa,
baclucbe, Pklni In the ktdner or Deorlgl
ptlna, to writ to her for a borne treabnent
which ha repeatedly eared all ot then tortnrea.
Sbe feela It her duty to send It to all sufferers
FREE. Yon care yourself at home as thousands
wlU teetlfjNao ebamre of climate beln Beeea
ssry. This simple- discovery DRnlshea nrle add
from the blood, loosens the stiffened Joints, pur
ines the blood, and brightens the eyes, rWinf
elasticity and tone to the whole system. If the
shore interests yon, for proof address
Urs. M. Summers, Box B, Notre Dame, Ind,
FIUTEEXAL OBDEBS OF LA
GRANDE.
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V " fcU IkV V1 iUUta SV1ICU UV "L - . . , " . ,
big as a man's bead and baked In pits,
with the belp of bot stones. Travelers V
wbo bavr tasted It say that It is by l
no means unpalatable. The Califor-
Queer Bread.
Along the Columbia river bread Is
made from a kind of moss that grows
on a species of fir trees. After being ,
dried It is sprinkled with water, al- (
lowed to xerment, rouea into oaus as
nlan Indians collect the pollen of cat
tails in large quantities by beating it
off the plants and catching it on blan
kets. They make bread of it Bat as
a delicacy they prefer bread of grass
hopper flour.
F & A. M. La Grande Lodge No,
41, A. F. & A. M. holds regular meet
ings first and third Bator days at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to aU
Masona. L. M. HOYT, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary,
in Time
Save Sight
Washing Com
pounds and Soaps'
for Wash Day.
6 Minute Washing Compound In
15c and 20c packages.
Citrus .Washing Powder, 25c
and 2 for 25c packages. .
Powdered Boraxo 25c package.
Borax soap chips 30c a packags.
soirs.
Sunny Monday, Lenox, Bob
White, Crystal Wlite, Golden
Star, A. B. Naptha, Fels Naptha,
Diamond C.
FOB SALE BT
j Pattboii Drc3
"... Jsm. Ittt-l. sfif
Ready For Werk. .
, "Now, said the warden to the forger
who had Just arrived at the prison,
"we'll set you to work. What can yon
do bestl
A "Well, if you'll give me a week's
practice on your signature I'll sign
your official paper for you.n-London
glt-Blta.
. . Merely Suspected.
The Stranger Is there a good crimi
nal lawyer In your town? The Native
Waal, everybody thinks we've got
one, hut they ain't been able to prove
It on him. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Neglect to have them properly exam
ined may cauBO a lifetime of sorrow
and regret
Small disorders grow more serious ev
ery day. . There Is satisfaction In
knowing for sure that your eyes are
all right
1 I CAN TELL TOP.
I GWXD ALL HT GLASSES.
HE ACOCK
8ympathtto.
. Sufferer (to dentist's servant) Not in
today? Dear, dear, I wanted to con-
snlt him badly. Servant Well, let's
hcVpe youll still have toothache to
morrow. Fliegende Blatter.
Woman's Way.
She Time will heal the wound I've
made in your heart He Yes; but
you'll be mad at me if It does. Ex
change. Melancholy is the pleasure of being
ad. Hugo. . .
B. P. O .E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at
o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenme
Visiting brothers are cordially in
vlted to attend. . '
IL J. TUTTER, Ex. Rul ' )-.
H. B. OOOLIDGE, Rec. Sec
SUITS
i Tailored
to your
measure
$18up
The ;
AYardrbbe
1113 Adams Ave
AT YOUR
SERVICE
You'll find it hard to
get over-
10CB SURTBISE AT THE DIFFEB
ENCE BETWEEN I2EAL TAILOBED
CLOTlUJfQ" AND THE "NEARLY AS
GOOD" KIKD. ORDER A SUIT
FROM US TO ENJOY THE EXFEBI
ENCE. YOU WONTP HATE TO PAY
ANY MORE BUT TOUR AFFAREL
WILL BE BETTER' THAN ANY YOU
ETER WORE BEFORE.
Alteration and Repairing, on
Ladies' and Gents' Garments
PHONE
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735
Dyeing, Cleaninfj
and Pressing of
any land.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 161 W. O. W
meeta every second aad fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
. mehera wrfcoroe.
D. FITZQERALD, O. C.
; J. H. KEENEY. Clerk. .
1L.W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
'- meets every Monday In the month at
the L O. O. F. hatt. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
attend. -
W. A. DUNN,
WILL LANDRUM, Clerk.
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TO THE PUBLIC.
.-I Those not listed. for the Com-
perclal club banquet Monday ev-
9 enlng at the Foley hotel please
call,Mr. Wood, Mr. Collier or Mr.
Dunn so that plates may be re-
served. '. .v . V .
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red CroM
Lodge No. 27 meets every Monday
night in Castle hall, (eld Elk's halL)
A Pythian welcome to all vistttni
- Knights. "
A. C. IIAYNES, C. C.
H L. LINCOLN. M. of It ft B.
REBEKAH3 Crystal Lodge No. W
meets nvsry Tuesday evening in the
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
hers are invited to attend.
MISS HELEN MCLAUGHLIN. N. G.
MIS3 ANNA ALEXANDER, Bee.
O. E. 8. Hope Chapter No, 13, O. M
C. hoHs stated communlcatloas ths
second and fourth Wednesdays c
each month. Visiting members cor
dially invited.
CAR'S TH B HtTVlXIt, W. IL
1L1ST A. T7A3UGCS, tut.
CENTRAL OREGON
Redmond
Now Ee ached TIa the Deschutes. Braach "
Oregon-Washington Rairroad'&i NavigaticnCo.p
TnROUCH CAB SERYICE BETWEEN PORTLAND ANjD BE.VD
DAILY TRAIN SCHEDULE.
Lv. Portland .7:60 ft 10:00 a.m.
Lv. The Dallas 12:40 p.m.
Lv. Deeohutes Jc 1:30 p.m.
Ar. Madras 5:45 p.m.
Ar. Metollus ........ 6.00 p. m.
Ar. Culver 6:15 p.m.
Ar. Opal City 7:06 p.m.
Ar. Redmond ... i . . 7:45 D.m.
Lv. Bend .......... ..6:30a.m.
Lv. Deschutes 6:63a.m.
Lv. Redmond ...... ..7:21 a.m.
Lv. Opal pity ......... 8 : 00 a. m.
Lv. Metollus ......... 8:30 a. m
Lv. Madras 9 : 00 a. m.
Ar. Deschutes Jc. ....1.15p.m.
Ar. The Dalles .......1:55 p.m.
Ar. Portland ........5:45p.m.
Ar. Deschutetj 8:13 p.m.
Ar. Bend ... 8:35 p. m.
Autb and regular stage connections to I PJne, Fort Rock, Silver
Lake, Prlnvellle, Burns, Klamath Falls and othfer inland points.
THE DIRECT. QUICK AND NATURAL ROUTE TO CENTRAL OKB-
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Call on nearest O.-W. R, N. agent fsr any lnformatloa desired or ad-
dress
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