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Money Saving Paint
Money saving in painting doesn't meaa
the uu of chcap-by-the-gallon paint. It
mean the um of first-quality paint j
paint that will oorer moat surface to tbe
gallon, that will ipread easjr and save
the painters' time, that will wear Wtl " i
and put off for the longest tin the Deed
for re-painting. -
The Sherwin-Williams Paikt
it a money aaving paint. It covert i
surface to the gallon becauie it is ground
exceptionally fine and b thoroughly
mixed. For the tame reason, it spread
caaieat and saves the painten' time.
it wean longest because k b made
from the beat materials, to thoroughly '
, combined that they become inseparable,
. and hold together on the building for
the longest time. When you buy Tha
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ay. Wt tell it. Color cards free. p
I STANIELS & JARM AN.
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Dealers In Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Class, Etc v
, STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
xiSATURDAY, OCT. 14
Jhe Only Woman Magician In the World
ADE L AI D E
TT Til Ta Ti if A ATI
And Company of Sixteen People
'I'd a sensational ' program of wonderful magic and
America's military musical act and Xylophone experts
Mirth, Magic, Music. 4 American Trumpeteers
Sea's on sale Thursday morniug ' at Van
PRICES, 25c,60o, 72c, and 100
If "Comir.g event cast their shad
owi befrre" the prod action of the
above named beaut if ul opera at ste
ward's opera house next week will be
the moat rlabbrate and enUrtaing ia
the history of Let tirande's moalcal
and dramatic circles. i
For more than a week, Prof. M E ;
Robinson, ol Chicago,' baa been drill J
ing a large chorus and company mora
'ban a dozen principal In tba lane j
fal and inspiring eacred opera, Esther j
the Beautiful Queen. JUla work of )
preparation baa undergone tba scrn-
tiny ef most of tbe tnaaioal critics of
tba city, and tbe oninimacs veidict is
tbatbeia lacking ia none of the a
aential qualification ol a aaooeasfal
manager and conductor.
The Sacred Opera which Prof Rob
inson Is to pretest next week for tbe
beniBt of the Commercial dab adheres
closely to the biblical story, and lends
nsw interest to tbe reading of 1 tba
sacred scriptures. Esther, tba brave
and beautiful Queen; Abasuerns, tbe
hastily King; Daman, the wicked
perseculer and Jew bater; Mordecai,
ttie meek andj patient Jsrealite, are
all portrayed by life-like character
delineations, and powerful moral
Uaohtntra are vlvlrllv imnMmil l tha
reallatio scenes of tbe Uva acta.
Vhile Pro! Robinson seeks for harm
ony and accuracy from tbe principals
iu tbe cast, and it he oborus of 60
voices,, ba idoes not overlook tbe
dramatlo effect,' Every detail Is care
fully planned, every gesture and poie
arranged with tbe same acrupulus cars
which ia given to tbe professional
production and the whole picture 1
vividly heightened by the use of
complete wardrobe of specially made
particoloured Persian and Jewish
We confidently believe that tills
production promis'S to oompare moat
favorably with anything that bas been
given by the road companies in La
Grande during tbe past year. Tba an
nouncement of tbe peraonnal of tbe
oast will ba made in a day or two,
and will be found to contain La
Orande'a moat favored ' and favorite
"The man who loves his wife the most
Is not the one to let her roast"
These hot days, in a kitchen overheated by a sweltering
stove Gut out the family wash day. Send your laundry
tc us. Saves wood, time and energy. Don't, burn up
a lovely disposition. Send your linen, all uf it to
PHONE Main 7
La Grande, Oregon.
There will ba eauio for ' wonder and
mystery at Stewarta Opera bonse Sat
nrdiiy Oct 14, for Madame Herrmann
with ber imps of ruaglo and bar enter-
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does It go?
That's a question we
are asked a dozen times
a dav. Where does the
Rock Island go?
The answer is: Pretty nearly
To l'eoria and Chicago. '.
To Davenport and Rock
To Lincoln and Omaha.
To Topcka and Kansas City.
To St. Joseph and St. Louis.
To Texas and Oklahoma,
Three routes cast via Den
ver, Omaha and St. Paul.
t, B. CORNAM,
, Central Aon
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talnment of nilrtb will - bold high
carnival there, To witness ar sveuing's
performance a tba Herrmann audience
la like taking a visit through fairyland
and as the maglolan's programme this
eeaeon is very elaborate un$ crowded
tall of spectacular aaxi-phenomina,
few will possibly mtae tbe opportu
nity ol seeing ber. She carries with
her special llgbiug apparatus, ear
prising electrical inventions and a
special leader ol orobeatra to Intro
duce new mslndles and accompanying
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Ye8erdy the Grand Lodare, 'Knight
t Pbythal , honored a Uni n Coon'y
man by tl tn g him to tba blgbrat
ofTica iu the ', Warioai f Dl as
irrd Cbnillor Mr Davis is post
matter of Union aud In every way
qualified for the h.inors, " ; v- .
OFFICERS. ELEOTED '
firnod Cbanutllrr, Marion V Davis;
Vice Gran t A lin, sllor, i M Wall;
Uraud Pr lute, (1 C Mcsr; Gian
Keeper of Jticoids 'and Heals, L Rj
btineoii ; (irauil Master and Exchequer
J W MbIoi b ; U and Master of Arms,
V, J llowar i ; tirHud . Inner Gaard, L
I ronough; .rund Outer Guard, Frank
Thompson; bupieri;e Ftopresentatlve,
Jndge 11 UCaur; Qraud Trustee, L
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j Better.Lumber and Cheaper than it io sold in
La Grande. We Dehver.it toyour rimming.
Is the worst kind of poverty. , However
rich a woui in may be, if her health is
"poor" ahj is poor indeed. She has no
apfieUte fr fxl and the choicest dishes
cannot tetniit her. She turns and losses
through a Vebt fss night on. a couch
whk-li miyht o an empress to alumlwr.
She has no Urenlh for household cares,
no delight in social pleasure. : She sits
"perked up in a glistering grief wearing
a golden eorrow." She is a wife and
miillier. But she haa no happiness in
either relation. Slio knows her husliand's
. life ia set in tunc nd -time to the minor
tnus'c of her own misery. If her child
IuurIis or cries her nerve quiver with
pain. . ...
Ask such a woman if she would like to
. be well; to - her huslmnd's comrade,
her child's pl.iynmte. Could there be
but one ansver? ' . -
r Such a wouinn can get well if she will.
All her svmpt;iiu indicate a dle-ased
condition "of the delicate womanly or
ganism. Cure that condition and the
woman will I lifted up to tbe full en
joyment of lica'thv , .. '
In ninety-eight enses out of every hun
dred Dr. rii'rce's Favorite Prescription
will cure 'womanly diseases! Will restore
the womanly henltil.. It has cured tens
of thousand .! women many of whom
had been given up by physicians anil
friends. It is essentially a medicine for
woman's ills. It dries enfeebling drains.
It heals inanimation and ulceration. It
cures ft-nude weakness and ttcaring down
pains. It tramguilizea the nerves, re-
' stores the appetite and gives refreshing
sleep. . . ,
" Favorite Presc-iption " differs from
almost all other riedicinea put up for
wnman'a use in tluit it contains no alco
hol and is entirely free from opium, co
caine and nil oilier narcotics. It is in
the truest sense of the term tern
peranct nicJicine. ,--.:
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4 Constant Sufferer.
M hurt be?n a crt.irtint aufftrer from uterina
lianas lor fi'.T yi.:ir." Tin J. A. Stfortn. of Ynn
k lma, Clny o.. Woa Virainia, "and for nix
month previuua to tukiug yyur meillciae I waa
not out of my room. Could not walk or stand,
aa tlirrf wax iiuch pnln and drawing ia Itft aide
and bearing down tarright in region of uterus,
accontpaniett Willi aoteneaa. 1 suncrvd con
atimlty with hcuriaclie. pain ta back, ahoulders,
arnandchnt;liud ii piuilon, oervcm proatra
lion, constipation, tliriinru, ringina in nra:
could iit alp. ami lircathtaa; was ao .tifflcult at
timra 1 could not lie down, Worda fail to de
acritw my auflTrrinK when I wrote to yon for
a.lWce. In a nhuvt lime I rmived a kind letter
from you telling me I would be greatly bene
fited, if not rnliyly enred, by the m of rm
Pierre', Favorite jTi-ncriptlon. When I had takea
one buttle ot the 'rTescnption,' toiretherwith Dr.
Pierce'a PlenKint pd)eta and the iocal treatment
which you cdvined. I could walk (with the aup
port ofacaney. the drawingand pain in aide and
bearing down weight were not ao bad. and when
1 had taken llirei; lailtlea of the medicine Ihe
periiKla were regnldted, I waa not ao nenrous,
OHitd aleep well, and t lie pain in aide and bear
ing dotriiTiKl vanihe.l I have taken aix hot.
Ilea of ' Fnvonte rrecription,' two of 'Golden
Medical Diimei a id hxir vtala of Pellets,'
and my health i. V-tux at thia time than it ha
Dv n m nve vura. .
Wit:; or.uc.ul thanks for your kind advicai.
and with bet wi-dita." , -
Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets H,e a
most eiTectic l.ixa
tive for women.
They cure bilious
ness and sick bead-ache.
v Absolutely Puro
Special Notice. . ; r
Notice ie hereby given that I have
al l ail my Interest in tba late Arm of
Itock & Thomse to Fred Bock wbo will
-nllect all aevonoie due the said Brm,
od receipt for srme. All persons
flowing themaves Indebted to nine,
ill save the roat ef attorney feee by
a.ilek-,fww railing upon Mr tock and ettUng-at
- fn. W. Thomas and KredBoek.
Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
... '. . ' PERRY. OREGON.
THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
uirers customers the best or everything ta the .
line of fRESH VEGETABLES, FRUITS, GROCE
RIES, PROVISIONS, ETC., at prices as low as in
ferior goods can be purchased. . Good things to
eat can always be had at THE CITY GROCERY.
AMD BAKERY. If your appetite "goes back" on :
yoi visit, our store, and you are certain to find
. something that will please your palate,- .
A If youbavenH been trading with us, , why iot
give us a trial order? We can please you.
Once a customer always a customer. -
ruLHun, nit viiuoci.
, PHONE, MAIN 75.
WE BUY IB
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mil , "f :i
i': Doors Sash, Shingles and I
In large quantities direct from factories and mills
at a yearly contract price, and while we pay the
lowest price, we get the best goods, and exo afford
to sell at figures that others bny for, thereby giv
ing our customers the benefit of wholesale puces
TODDARD LUMBER CO.
, JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
Largest Brewtno; Plant in Eastern Oregon
f Ask for. La Grande Beer iand!.get the Best
: LA'GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN U GRANDE S
AND. v SHOULD HAVE THh 1-kEFEKENCE. t
( ST: LOUIS LIVERY ND FFFH CTARI F )
LARSEN & NORRIE, .Props."
(L ..'-l 'fXkfA-tA First class turnonts fur- J
j ,-'-a ninued day or night. )
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: y- -'?,sz.r. Special accomodation for Ji
'm-: 'nW1 - commercial men.
V I Rs9dI aavnioa. a J
a.. I ' V.Vt. &izm '1,1 Bu.rsu.ieea w
J Kigs furoisbed for parties, fwnfrals and picnics. The
j) le8t crrysJl iu the city. C