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Brick building, at the present price of lumber, is
sheaper as well as better. It has been: demonstrated
tnatmybrhk is superior 0 r.y made in Oregon. ' I
;an fun ish scmmon brick in any quantity. No order
too large or too .'small', to receive prompt attention
J Correspondent with contractors and builders solicited.
I Estimates cheerfully furnished. Prices made known
; or. application. -' .- ' .
Phone--iVesideuce, black 70!', Yaid", Rad
i y i A h Tt s
Gee! The Waters Fine,
, BPECIAL TRAIN EXO CR8ION, Friday, August Slit Stand
ard Pullman and Tourist Sleeping cars, free Reclining Chajr
car. Round trip rate ftn.OO. Stop-over permitted at Portland
on th return trip.
HAKE TOTJIl SLEEPER RESERVA-
I CEMENT WORK
All kinds of Cement and
No contract too large or
As hcu..e c'caiK.T s vvj arc
tho poop'o "I o are cq
ped for C.x,v.f tho work.
Leave yctir ;arpevr on
yor f!.o;'."-, gin Ui your
on.Ci' ai.;l -ii;ilo at our
work ir. 1 vo will smi'o
niON K. WrrU 1772
WHT NOT TUT
ASTHMA REM I IIY?
Gives prompt and porUlve nll.f In
er try ense. Sold by druwulsis. Price
11.00. Trial package by mall 10
Williams Mfg. Co., ProM.
For salo by
A. T. II ILL, Druggist.
K tn n in wlj m l, fw'l up
R. A. Crawford, tt- eond . ind
dealur. 'Phona Dlacfc lilt. Ui
paya the highest cash price for
La Grand", Oregon
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,8. A. GARDISIER,
Prnir'etor and Manager.
.Scenic views of American his
JCiiniuo and Juliet.
I II lie Willi You When the
ltc ltloom Annln."
The I'olson Bomiui-t or an
It.illnn Royal Tragedy.
"I)iT,imc Wns Metint for Sonie
one." riled A!lv or the Frolic on
i;.c li. urh nf C..:iey Islnn I.
lin ii of I 'me, nun .MiiihI.ini,
Wrdilelii.tx unil l'rMajs,
M.i' In. e Teliiy. Tb'tradRjr
tnil Mit . st'lernoous at 2:30.
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''I'-'.r' I'll- i- 1X nr. e, fur
Hoif-li & I. in us l'it').
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The lt.it Ver-MttiH Iliirband.
The l'.ior nfil. er.
The Siiiiinur .lil."
The lnhfol Vming Mnn.
In Government Service.
'Tinier the Tropkul Mimiii.'
Weird Fancies (In '"'nrs).
ro.-v.; IT.N 1 V. M.
MaUmsr: W ednmUy and Hal.
Jilt !! Tl
LADD (ANHIOHCIRCLE GLOBE
Ladd Canyon, Aug. 19. (Special.)
The Slessrg. Mose Elledge and M'U
llarn Bantoh darted their threshing
machine again last Friday. Roy Oliver
U doing some work along the same
line. . ' '
Mrg. Mary Rogors Is having a few
days' rest In La Grande with rela
tives. Leo lianurn left here lHHt week for
Walla 'WaHn, where he will make his
future home with an aunt,
A party of people. Including Mr. and
Mrs. Oicar' Crosaen and non. Lt.ster,
Miss Evh Conaway and John McCau
loy, Jr., have returned from a very en
joyable outing to Phiz Springs.
Mrs. James Mulholland and chll-1
dren have mad ne'vfcva! trips to the)
mountain!) In gearch oi nucniw'o..:; '
and report having had excellent luck,
finding the berries large and burner-
Miss Olive Dodge Is visiting Miss
Lucy McClure. '
Mrs. Joseph Llnebarger, who went
to Walla Walla on a visit to rein-
tlveg, has returned home.
John Oraharrf returned home from
Wolf creek Sunday evening, where he
went on business matters.' '
The Messrs. James McClure, "Bus
ter" Brown and James Mulholland are
absent at the present time, having
gone to the Mlnam on a hunting ex
Councilman J. T. Williamson of La 1
Grande, who with his fflmily has been
camping on the banks of Ladd creek,
has returned home.
As announced would be done by
The Observer about a month ago, the
Ramsey-Oldenberg Warehouse com
pany hus been Incorporated, the pa
pers being filed yesterday afternoon.
Ray W. Lognn Is the other name on
the Incorporation papers.
With ample capital to finance their
business, the firm will operate a
warehouse, having leased 'the building
formerly occupied by the Pnrr-Blm-mons
company, on Jefferson avenue.
They will go Into (he fruit business on
an extensive srn,te and devote their
entire time to the handling of fruit.
Both aro experienced fruit men, and
the concern Is destined to become one
of the lending business enterprises of
V'e ere showlnu the very latest
styles In Collins, belts, net wnlsts,
slumped linens, pillow !!, I,m and
ritfllm;H to iniiteh; ruchliiKS. l.ir:e
i jonre -el!, hiees, Mrhr",i( ry Hi'd
ninny oth. r new line. Call and In
fooet our rT'eolj.
Til H VAN DUVN CO.
A Ciirwi lion. .
In pt'.lillihliig the Hit of thu smi'ci ss
ful npp!l:t nt f.ir teai hers' cei tl!'ici.e
yi uienliiy. '. Inadvertently omUled
i'n t'liriie of .M mh II-irri it ITu'ris. wloi
iinolil li.ive I'een Imluileil In t lie ii: t
"f Miitmu'vl ones. V.'v at IviiowU il;e
the error, and It Is a pleasure to main
H e iMrrvctioii.
,il oportuuUv In I:' t. - mio
cv.itle candidate f"l' pr ' leni. Illin
ois, In 10 of his - f i". i.e s;k ches.
KiiIkoii ph"ti"Ki"idis, only one dollar
per wirk. .it I lovW Music Store.
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, Admirers nf the gnat Commoner.
, William JemlliiKS Kry.in. can henr the
iilHtltiKiilslieil Ki'iitleiutin's voice In 10
(li.t. pllhy speivhes, st Pavls Music
Suit t nre for Asjilima.
We guarnnlee to cure asthma,
hronchltli and catarrh. If our meill.
.ino fails w nlil cheerfully refund all
money paid. Write Arnold' Asthma
Cure Co., ISl-IM-SM Arcade Build
ing, Seattle' "h , or for next If'
dav. Mori i W. Krlpht. Cov. Ore
ft. r.. '
' Wllllani Jennlnss Bryan.
While In the city. Is making his
headnuartere at the Davla Music etore.
, IS FORMED
PARTY REACHES LA GRANDE
EX ROUTE TO FAR EAST.
! With a Retnarkablu Trip Before Tlicin
and Alrwidy limine Covered Mijre
lliau Tlirt Thousantl MIU-m, a 1'nr
ty of lieniicwlck I'eople Arrive In
tlio Clt,vr Take Oregon Trull From
J lore A Wonderful VihIitiuLIiu,-.
Starting from Los Angeles, going
then TiarK to Los Angeles,
j San Francisco, Portland, Spokane,
j Lewlston-, Kennewlck and finally
.reaching La Grande after traveling
3289.9 miles In a 20-horse power
j Maxwell touring car, and with the re-
mainder of the globe yet before them,
Is the remarkable Journey of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Hover, formerly of Ken
newlck, Wash. Intending to criss
cross the American continent, to tour
Europe, Egypt, China; Japan, Austra
lia and Africa, these two daring peo
ple started out in a light car, and
nothing more entertaining can be
Imagined than to listen to Mr. Hover
'.relate the harrowlna experiences he
wife have already gone
through. At this stage of their Jour
ney, they have only encountered a few
miles at Impassable road. They came
directly here from Wallowa lake, and
rested here today for a time, while
their machine waa being overhauled
at the Smith garage.
All alone, the two are taking lire
easy. They are not racers, but are
enjoying the scenery and the people
as they go by easy stages. The car
which will be used on rough roads Is
a wonder In hill climbing, but has a
limited speed capacity. Later, when
they reach good roads, they will have
a larger machine.
Follow Oregon Trull.
This afternoon the car was started
on Ita trip across the continent. Tl.t
j Oregon trail will be followed to the
Missouri river. From there they go
' to Chicago, Buffalo, Toronto, back tr
j Buffalo, and after vlslllng all the bk
! cities of that section of the Unttci
, States, expect to reach New York In
; October. From there they ship to Al
' glers, for a long tour of the Interior
' Up the river Nile to placet of Interest,
and where an auto car can be oper
ated, they will spend still more time
, Three years will be. devoted In crlss.
crossing every country In Europe
Their homeward Journey will com
plete the last lap of tho world's tour.
By steamer to China, touring thai
country with their auto; by steaine;
to Japan for additional toursi by
'.steamer to Australia for more touring,
and then back to Los Angeles, Is a
roueh outline of their sn at trip.
The car In which they nre travelln:
already bears tho auto lit', nses oi
Me.Nleo and California, the latter al
lowing them to tour any part of tin
United Suites, bul when the pcopli
.lK.'iln see I.os Angehs, they will ha v.
an auto license from piHcMeally c.-r
country In tho world.
Mr. Hover Is n retl.-e.! Vho!:i m una
of Kennewlck, and Is te.-khm Improved
health while si ( Ins; the v.oi!d.
Til. y have been f-ir'tin.ile ,tlv.s far
u'n't only a few i.ilnor ni'.shaps.
Out Of HlMIIX.
tut-of-iloor lutiMis f.'r the h-.s miy
lie found nt Feriruson's, the Hook
'Hot. "Nothing Is too much trouble.
Studio at 1 C5 Greenwood
St. one door south of
PROF. DAY, Principal
How am I to have thatwhite suit of mine
looking Fresh and Neat all summer as it
does now? The answer is simple. When 1
ever it becomes soiled : : : ; : : - :
PHONE MAIN 7
: : : . : : : VVF. will do the rest
WE 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. VVff Guarantee
to satisfy you. A. B. C. LAUNDRY
sk -si .
All lines marked in plain figuers
showing discount. Mow is the tirn
to get the largest discount offered. ?
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x attic nnriitMTn twi nr r-
T. J. GRAY Prop.
Rates $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
g Best 25c meal in the city
t Beds 25c and 50c
t ! outside rooms. Board
I and lodae $6. cer week
One block from depot
I WE 'are
: 01 R EW
VUll be sold .'it rrriitrrrl
piicrs. We have I ir finish and V G Fir Elaorini tl
We have the best ra:e
arc hvo grades of the
: G. F. FOWLER
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( New Management)
Only house in Hie
white help only
. TRY OUR SERVICE
gettixg in 1
nrJroc M .iicd hide cnurl.
of Cedar sl?in!es. These XX
same hi and, : : : :
LUMBER C0;f if
A SM ALL LOAD
or your wlntcr'f aupply of our
capital coal we will send , to
your order promptly. You kn.)p
you will save money If you buy
now prices go up monthly from
now on. Tho brands we handle
have" no superior In the market;
we give full weight and have
care to keep tho coal frea from
. Phone Main It)