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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1908)
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' tt-3LC OBfEBTO. LA G RATHE OREGOJT, TTEMDAT. ACGITST t, 1808.
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Bl'IWS CLEANS IIOTSE.
I nave Your tortune
Baker Ojy Tram Win lYoin Coe In ' Kumlay CIlng Ordinance Passed and j
Snappy Game. -Itedliglu" Db.tri.-t Kemowd.
Are job In
IHwonicntcd, unJmiijr, or not salii
fled with life?
uc or paw trouble in llfe7 Xo nastier
wliat your troulrirs may be, will
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LOVE. COURTSHIP and MARRIAGE
ficulties and divorce settles lovers
q uarrrtft ; .tells of on yoa trill inarry
and dale of mlrrtai, also bow to win
8EEIXO IS I Ifc
we will staff
leO yoa bos
Z bT by taking oar advice. Vltboac J
yoar asking oae qaeatiosi we win led
a yoa exactly what yoa called tor.
Z Call aad we win mad jrea away
happier, wfaxT aad bolder than before.
The sad aad broken-hearted go BWy a
a happy. 2
f The Fortune
I Adams Ave., Near P. 0.
8. A. GARDIMEK.
Proprietor and Manager.
"iut to Remind You."
Lady Audley's Secret, by Miss
M. E. Braddon.
Comic Slides The Snow Ball.
Scenes In Swltrerland.
'The Little Mad Cap.
"Wen Von Know Ton Ixsie Hie
Girl ami She Loves Yon."
Chang of Program Moml.,.. 4
WerincMlays and lYidaya.
Matinees: Ttiesuay. Thursday 4JX
and Saturday afternoons at MO. 4 j
Regular AdmlsKUm. Inc.' 4
Children under IS yi-srs. 8c, fr 4
Matinee only. 4
The f-'tolen SaniuiKe. 4
Pretty Dairy Maid.
-nM-v Itritig Itn-ani or Vim." 4
Tracked hy Pulke m.gs.
Victim of II m H.mfty. -Doul.le
Program channel each Moi
day and Thur-M.t;-. D..rs opet
piemptly at 7 o'clock p. m.
Matinee on Wdudy tnd flat
B. M. SHERWOOD CO,
trouble of any kind?
llave ymi any doni
ana receive II proper
nrvrlatWfas la all lore
raarrid&w, family dif
yonr Ufa haa been a
rlcM agaia, Will
control Meads asst
Mds he beeves s
Teller's Camp, l
. - La Grande, Ore.
; Pastime Theater
S000 feet of moving pk-turea.
Two Illustrated songs.
W. K. DAVIS.
Complets change of program 4
on Monday and Thursday. 4
Matlne on Wednesday and 4
Saturday afternoons. 4
sf T" at sT I -W" IHAffMy
f bLIYlLN I VVUKIV
U Kinds Of Cement and
a. - - -
I BUILDING BLOCKS
f CEMETERY WORK
I No contract too large or
I too small.
I Satisfaction Guaranteed
if. L. ROBERTS i
PHONE BLACK 6e2 2
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T!l HOIIT THAT
PR I ENDS AND
TOI R I'LKSK.
Call at Studio and see sam
pies ot Ip-lo-Date Ptiotograuliy.
Wins ADA ItOfMI.
Ikiacnkamp lluikllng. 4
The Baiter Athlete returned home
tss evening from Cove, where they
defeated the baseball team of that
j burg by the decisive score of i to i.
relates the Herald. During the first
two Inning neither Ma scored, but in
the -third Hogoboom made a two-ba.se
hit and brought In Waltz, who had rot
to second. Hogoboom also came In.
making two scores for Baker. Cove
evening the wore In the next Inning
and her't was no change until the
sixth when Martin and Rochon each
corsaed th plat and gave Baker a
good Jead. In the -et(Ml) Miller was
sent around the ijiraoad sn reached
fcarj Jn aafsty, fcavlR, BkF tnrM
." the good. Cove was unable to push
any more men across the line after
their two scores in the fourth. -
Ths gam was interesting all the
time, as there were only two errors
made by each team. Smith, the
to walk to first while Clifford of Ba
ker, pitched a swift game and did not
make any wild throws. 8lx men were
struck out by each pitcher, but no
batters were strnckr The boys were
ror a special train excursion to
North (Washington) beach points, the
O. R. K. company will sell round
tnp tickets to Nahcotta, Wash, under
the following conditions: "
Fare Baker City, til; Blanes' and
North Powder. 11 LEO; Union, La
Grande. Elgin and Imbler, fit.
Children Children of half-fare age.
one-half of the above fares.
Sale date August II, 108.
Stop-overs Continuous passage In
both directions, except that stop-over
will be allowed at Portland on return
trip within the limit. All tickets will
bear as destination, Nahcotta, Wash.,
but passengers may stop off at and
may check baggage to anf point be
tween Hegler, Wash., and Namcotta.
Limit Final return Limit Septem
ber S. l0g. Extension of return limit
to September JO. will be granted upon
payment of difference between this
excursion rate and the season fare,
aa authorized In circular No. 110, I.
C. C. A-487. , ,, ...
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No Features This Time.
The Hherwood Electric has no par
ticular feature for the week opening.
The program is entertaining neverthe
less, snd the patron has to see all the
attractions before he has seen the
best. The crowd last evening was
pleased nith the program.
live Years of Pojie Plus.
Rome. Aug. 4. Pope Plus X today
completed the fifth year of his reign
aa the head of the Roman Catholic
church and the day was marked with
universal rejoicing throughout Rome
and Italy. At the Vatican the annf
vvrsnry was nbxerved with great sol
emnity. Ills Holiness received the
coll.-ge of cardinals in collective aildl--nc
Ihe dean reading an address of
com.-rnmluilbii n which he wished thV
pope mnny more years of pontificate.!
Greetings were also extended by the
several colic ge, of prelates and all the;
military and lay officials of the Vatl-!
can. Many European sovereigns also j
exi'ieforiil. through their represents-
tle. tb.-lr b-t nli-hes and s. nt hand-j
Sitmegifts. T?i"i!s.iniis of prominent
I churchmen and laymen from all over
tli world are In Rome. Including Car
dinal Othbons of Tnltlmore. to take
pnrt In the celebration ot the golden
ji. j.itT yi me piii omintt-in t' the)
rtllnati-n t' the j
p-ieMhood and pnrtit ipated in today's;
Several people got drunk In Pen
dleton on tthot they say was "nesr-
A Noire Dame lMTy's AppeaL
To all knowing sufferers of rheu
matism, whether muscular or of th
joints, sciatica, lumbg.is, backache. ;
pains In the kidneys or neuralgts i
pains, to write to her for a home treat- j
of these tortures. 8h. feels It her '
duty lo nd It to .11 sufferers f ree. j
TAl M.s-sk . I I . . I
nrt will tetlfyno chang of dl-1
! A 1 sse? 0" s i-W sS nlakAa st .IJ m
. j hiivi wi ik Hill iiorn in v
;blo, loosens the stiffened Joints,
.purifies the blood and brightens the
jy. living elasticity and tone lo lh
j whole system. If the above Interests
you, for proof address Mrs. If. gum
Ibers, Bos R, N'otr." Dane, Ind.
Baker City. Aug. . The Burns city
! council at the regular meeting last
f WedB,aJ' had quite a bus!
ness semlon. The Sunday closing or
dinance was pasted over the veto of
the mayor, but the midnight doping
measure was allowed to stand at p'is
ent. with the Idea of modifying It
later. An ordinance was paseed set
ting the speed limit of automobiles at
si miles an hour within the city lim
its, but there Is talk of amending this
nd setting the limit at eight miles.
The council also talked some of a city
'ark. but no definite action was taken
That would certainly be an Improve
ment that would be much appreciated.
It was also ordered that the "redllghf
district, be cleared out at once and
Its dea!ier?g he sent to some more fa
vorable clime. :
"No nation was ever overthrown by
Its farmers.' Chaldea and Egypt
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ripe for destruction, not In the fields,
but In the narrow lanes and crowded
city streets, and In the palaces of their
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The' Expert Eyesight
OF SALT LAKE,
Is now at the ftommer Hotel. Room
II, where he will be pleased to see all
of his old patients and many new
one. "4.1 V .ti,...
Don't Fail to See Him
about your Eyes. ' If you. are having
any trouble with your eyes or glasses.
Dr. Keating is not a stranger to you
as he has visited La Grands for the
past six year A .
Don't Fail to See Him
UNIVCRSITV Or OREGON
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amr Is Ku-lscy. Caesiisuy, Edwxia, Fn'l.li
Ulmum, Oniuan. i'nti, kpmuitk. litlT
Mill 'nHit, Pbiirs, all carps ( Isstnictucs
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Studio at 1 OS Greenwood
St one door south of
PROF. DAY. Principal
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I Scott &Mheide
As house cleaners we are t
e pSCple Who are equip- 4
Pe(J fr d',n the W0rk. J
ta-a. ' .arnftt. nn
A. ef " W
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work and we
will smile t
PHONE. Black 1Z72
AT ALL TIMES
All lines marked
to get the largest
THE VAH DUYH (0.
I BRICK IS
1 Brick building, at the oresent once of . lumber, is '
i V a,
4 cheaper as well as better. It has been demonstrated
tnat my brick is superior o . any made in Oregon. -1
t can furr ish common brick in any quantity. No order
too large or too small to receive prompt attention.
fVirrennnrJanro tirirri rnnf-raotrire nnH hntlitara enlVito 4
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Prices made known v
on application. ' ' ?t
I GEO- KRIEGERl
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e r-nones nesiaence, tJiacit oi, Yard,
How am I to have that white suit of mine
looking Fresh and Neat all summer as it
does now?, The answer is simple. When
ever it becomes soiled : : : : : : ;
PHONE MAIM 7
WE will do the rest
AVE have a force of Experienced help to
look after your wants in this line and you
need have no fear of sending your most
delicate garments to us. WE Guarantee
to satisfy you. A. B. C. LAUNDRY
X WE ARE
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will be sold at reduced
We have fir finish and V G Fir Fine.- It
We have the best grade of Cedar shingles. These
are iwo grades of the same brand . il
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COMBS, NEW, THE, FINEST
WASH COLLARSWHITE TIES
in plain fibers
Now is the timej
mm m . sTsT . - m i
La Craujle. Ore,
La Grande, Oregon L
prices. Mouse bills special ft
LUMBER CO. P
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