La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, August 31, 1908, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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EVENING OSSEKEK, LA GRANT) R. OREGpM. MOXDAT, AUGUST tl, MM.
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Brick building, at the present price- of lumber, is J
cheaper, as well as better. It has been demonstrated
tnat my brick is superior o any made in Oregon. I J
:an furr ish common brick in any quantity. No order I
too large or too small to receive - prompt attention.
Correspondence with contractors and builders solicited.
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Prices made known
on application.
IGRO- KRIEGERI
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FROM ONE GENERATION TO ANOTHFR
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All Orders Delivered at your
La Grande
X PHOIME
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1 CEMENT WORK
I All kinds of Cement and
Goncrete work.
CONCRETE
BUILDING BLOCKS
CEMETERY WORK
f No contract too large or
too small.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
fr. L ROBERTS I
PHONE BLACK 682 .
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WHT NOT TRT
Popbam'a
ASTHMA RKMEDTT
Gives presapt and positive relief in
vary ease. Sold by druggists. Price
1.9, Trial package by mall it
cants.
Wllhjuna utg. Oo, Props.
Cleveland, O.
For sale by
A. T. HILL. Druggist.
SIIERVVOODS
ELECTRIC THEATRE
MOTION PICTUKE8 AN
4 UXV8T11ATED 80NGK
Children's Matinee Saturday,
Co; ladles' and children's Matt- 4
nee Wednesday. 4
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Living Posters. 4
Story of a Fisher Maiden. 4
BONO 4
Won't Yuh Pa My Honey T"
Kufflnns Thrashed.
Beatrice Cenel.
BONO
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"Tour UM, Kyea and Golden 4
Hair." , . 4
Weary Wiggles' Busir Day. 4
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Program Changes
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
lU'flniil riili-Onlnmenl for I
ilhn, Cii-ntl.-im-n and Oillitmi.
U. M. MIF.ItWOOl), Prop. '
The growth of traffic Is great In
Corvalll.T, snyt the Times. One day
snore than 100 care were handled.
a sr w -w - .
Our new non-Intoxicating bev
C.S.;. ""TT', . fMm
Hops, Iron and Malt, with th
beat wateitn Union county. wCl
sot oniy piiae the taste, but b
alto a aplendid tonic. Good tor
young and old. No barm ran
result from ita use and raach
good Is Inevitable. As a system
builder It Is unexcelled. As a 1
beverage tor pleasure only. It Is
unequalled. A trial order wilt
convince you.
Home. Also all Dealers
Brewery,
MAIN 5.
THE SCENIC
Proprietor and Manager.
4 R A. AIRMVirp A
MOTION PICTURES
and 4
ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
Program: 4
BONO 4
"Darling." 4
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4 Held by Bnndlts, or American 4
4 Tourists Crossing the Alps. 4
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4 Tourars Natives in Their
Tourags Natives In
Country.
BONO
"Tipftrrrrj."
The Girl Nihilist
Scenic view showing the Bat
tle of Manila Bay.
THE SCENIC
WATCH WORK TURNED OUT
PROMPTLY AND GUARANTEED AT
BEACOCK-S.
Pastime Theater
4 Hoasti A Lucas, Prof. 4
4 MOTION PICTURES AND 4
ILLUSTRATED 8ONO8. 4
Program. 4
Heacock's Orchestra.
The Baseball Fan.
Mr, Hailing sings:
"The Old ItiMtlc Bridge."
A Woman's Jealousy.
Freedom for All.
Mr. lulling sings:
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4 "lA-t Me Mi'i-i) in U10 Ihift When 4
I Dl.
The Parone. with lecture by
Mr. Charles Baker.
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P. M.
Ladles' souvenir matinees
Wednesday. 1 and 4 o'clock.
Children's 8c Candy matinees 4
Saturday, I and 4 o'clock. 4
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A mnn was In Ki no lost week look.
Ing up a location for a mlnkery, as hr
Intends mixing mink for' the mar-
ket. Ha reports having several fe
males (minks) on hand now and If
he ran find a suitable location will buy
LIST Of
MAIS
As the day draws near for the open
ing of the school year, parents and
teachers alike, are turning to the mat
ter of teachers. A revised list of those
who will teach In the city schools,
with their rooms and grades, follows:
Central Building.
First grade Mrs. Stella Ingle.
' Second Hnrriet Harris.
Third Helen McHugh.
Third and Fourth Mrs. Elizabeth
Suttln.
Fifth Mary Harris.'
Sixth Ruth Bush. .
Seventh Syra Kuhn.
Eighth Robert A. Wilkinson.
White School.
Fifth Manuel Snider.
Fourth -Susan Mcllroy.
' Sixth Lydia Hug.
- Fourth Ward.
First Mrs. Nellie Nelll. '
First and second Gertrude Blevet
Second Nell Toung. . .
Third Elizabeth Bunnell.
Third and fourth Gussle Fisher.
Fourth Effie Billings.
Firth ElUabeth King.
Sixth Mrs. E, O. Plckler.
High S-houi.
O. M. Mickleson, N. J. Mansager,
Alice MeKinley, Pauline Hlllard, H. J.
Hockenberry, superintendent.
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First Run 111ms at the Pastime.
A little more enterprise, a little
'more money and the Pastime opens
today with a brand new film service,
whereby only first run pictures will be
seen for the first time In La Grande.
The first great picture la the "Base
ball Fan," a match game Vtween the
New York Americans versus me White
Sox," the finest baseball teams In the
world. Woman's Revenge la a beau
tiful colored film and right up to date.
This picture Is followed by Freedom
for All, a great comedy.
The head-liner is entitled "The Pa
drone." dealing with the Padrone sys
tem to be found In Italian colonies In
our big cities. This is a truly great
story with a complete lecture on the
subject by Charles Baker. The Pas
time also announces Mr. A. Hailing,
In Illustrated songs. Mr. Hailing has
been secured from the Sulltvan-Consl-dlne
theatrical circuit and comes well
recommended. He possesses a fine,
deep baritone voice, which will be
heard to advantage in his rendition of
"Let Me Sleep In the Deep When I
De" and 'The Old Rustic Bridge."
Th Scenic Opening.
The week opens strong at the
Scenic theater. The highly excltina
film picturing the practice of bandits
In the mountains Is one that will draw
well. American tourists are held by
a gang of bandits and the harrowlne-
experiences which these people had,
la well told on the screen. The scenic
views are better this time than usual.
They tell the story of the battle of
Manila bay and Include other Instruct
ive views. The Girl Nihilist Is a story
of the Russian blood-curdling strife 1
for liberty, true to life, and both in
teresting and Instructive. '
At Uic Sherwood.
The change for this evening Is an
especially good one. There Is Just
enough variety to give It spice. The
head-liner. Living Posters, Is unique
to say the least, and those who see It
this evening will need to come again
in order to figure It out to their com
plete satisfaction. The comic num
ber. "Weary Wiggles' Busy Day," Is
one which brings smiles to all who
se elt, and also make them wonder
how It ever happened, anyway. The
S'in are new nml the slides are spe
ctn'iy attractive. The pictures nro all
flenr nn 1 -ee from tremor. No eye-"tn-H
at t'- "'-rwoo.1. This Is
never any comn'nlrln-; r"'it poor
pictures or Imi.n w.ilts i ti,,. :.r-
WOlld.
( ariu-Klo Library.
Ground whs broken yesterday for
the foundation of the Carnegie library
building adjoining the new rlty hall.
The work will be pushed forward vig
orously during th. romlng months.
Baker City Democrat '
Student of Spurgooa Hero.
The Rev. . Mark Noble of Camas,
Wash., who' has been visiting his
daughter, Mrs. C. E. Happeraett In
this city, delighted the audiences In
the First Presbyterian church yester
day'wlth two able sermons. Mr. Noble
was converted and educated under
the ministry of Charles Hadon Spur
geon and bears some resemblance to
that noted man. His visit Is proving
delightful to him and Is leaving most
happy Impressions upon all who
ehance to meet hint.
Two Sections of PaMHciigcr Train.
There were two sections of No. .
the eastbound passenger train yester
day morning. The cause Mr the ad
ditional train service were a group of
republicans from northern Idaho, en 1
route to Boise, and many of (he east-
rn Oregon excursionists to North
lleach. The train was run as one sec
tion of 14 cars to Pendleton, where It
ivas divided into two sections.
Idaho's Wealth.
The total equalised valuation of the
itate of Idaho for 1908 Is $113,680,
'158.90, and compared with the equal-
;eU VttiuAbiuu ut 1!".C -tCtC ??T?nn',.
.vhlch was $97,775, 462.1. It shows an
iicrease of 20 per cent In valuations
hiring the year.
WHAT IS MORE BEAUTIFUL
THAN MOTHER XOVE?
A mother's iwprrlea are man;. She
Mmetlmos forgets her own bodily dis
comforts because of her "overpowering
love for the child. She becomes broken
down, sleepless, nervous, irritable and
feels tired from morning until nljtht.
Many mothers of experience can toll you
that at such a time they have bcea re
lieved, bene:itcd and strengthened and
put Into proper health by taking a pre
scription which their mothers had told
them was the only woman's tonic to be
taken at such times. Dr. Pierce's Fa
voiite Prescription has enjoyed au envi
ible reputation for cvor a third of a ceu
tury. In all that time It has sold more
largely In the United States than any
other tonic for woman's needs, and to
lay Its sales are greater than ever.
In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines Is the
frank, confiding, opon, honest statomeut
M their full eomjvwltlon, giving every In
freJIent In plain tih, without fear of
iucc&Mful criticism and with confidence
khat the good sense of the afflicted will
lead them to appreciate this honorable
manner of confiding to them what they
irn taking Into their stomachs when
auUing use of these medicines.
ALCOHOLIC TONICS.
A great miay womn feeling the need
of a tonic take a cocktail, whisky, or
what Is Jiut n bad, somo widely adver
tisd compound, containing a large per-a-r.,r.ge
of alcohol. Doctor Pierce's
rn-uicnej ara guar.-. nteed to be entirely
lre, from alcohol or narcotics made of
rouM which cannot harm the most deli
cate system but hav a wholesome, life
rvirig. tonie-effe-t upon the system.
IiM " lively of alcohol Interfere
with the diction of certain foods, and
as doses IrKrei the alcohol absorbed gets
into the blood and shrinks the red blood
cwpuaoles. As the blood feeds the nerves
tli nervw get Improper nourishment and
w mother becomes nervous. As tht
t.-ves suffer so doci the skin.
?"c. 10 n'th-stvlng tonic
that has In tae past third of a century
sou mora wLL-ly Cun my other.
OPES AS TH DAT.
nr' Dr4 P'"!0"'? Favorite Preserlp.
Hon Is male of. Im Ingredients are:
Black Cohosh root, tnicorn root, Blue
a 1h HMS JT'-nlcally Pure Glycerine.
Hobart A. Hare. M. !.. University bf
Pa., ays of Goldea Seal-Uood In all
eitarrhal condition, as uterine catarrh,
toucorrhoja. etc- Prof. John King in the
Awloaa Dispensatory says of Black
j r,h J-wtw f-i-wrUnt Ingre
ilent In "favorite Hrcri,tlon:" "By Ita
special affinity for the female organs, It It
an .rodent agmt In npnrs.-ilin. Indyv
menorrhtsa It is turptuwl nu no other
ru, being of greatest utility In Irrita
tive and congestive con.itloaa of the
anpendages, characterited by dragging
pi'is, eta."
Prof. King siiys of Unicorn root, "have
."I this plant to possess a decidedly
jvnertcal Influence In cases of lassitude
with weakness or dull pain In the renal,
or lumoo-sacral (small of the back) region.
It Is one of otir most valuable agents,
acting as a uterine tonic, and gradually
removing ahnormal conditions, while at
the same time It Imparts tone and vigor
to the repr-xiuctlve orgs ns. Hence, it Is
much used In IritoirrKcra, atnenorrheta.
A rABTtClTLaB PRAII
removeg by It to the Irrlublllty and de-soondr-.tcy
;ht often attends those troub-
iV in inie -aes in which then. 1.
In which
Ivlm (iiiiiies.4.
the aohing. bearim
own organs fool as if Uicu would t,
2B
nut of the Nidi,
dee'ded."
Its action nere Is vrj
Dr. Pierce's Ploawnt Pellets cure bill
otuness, sick and bilious headache, du
llness, cpstlveness, or eonstliwtlon of th
bowels, loss of apiwtlte. rasited tongue,
our stomach, windy onlchlngs, "beiirt.
?!,'5nC-p!,",i ol!,,rPM "lnr,
nd kindred d;iranomeuU of the llvor
tomacn and bnvels. '
Persons auh1n.-t.Nl to any of the
kroiibles should never be without a vial
ilfU "fi' "?4ant P!,,1"ts' "l 'ni In
proof of their sutyrlor pwlleme It can
'juthfully be said that they are alwavs
jrtopted as a household remejy after the
iir inn 1.
.....? 'J11 " laxstlve. two
arecMhartln. ih.y rru1aUi. Invlgoraie
and e.-m- the I'vi-r. stomach and bowels
a a uinn. r pnl.- to promote digestion,
lAKennMeaehaay To relieve thedltres
two
h,,-,,i,k 11, tin i r-,nT:r .. pn'hi
10 of Lhi" lit " I'l-jl ts.
tiny, iiiir-e.t I '.
careely Isrgpr titan mmunl shI
ipt I1er,-..s umimoii Nenw MedLel
Vivi-or will he int paper bound, for
l 01 e-iit sUirrs or rlntn-hound for Si
jainps, Ovr HiO pane and Illustrated.
Address Dr. a. V. Vwrce, Buffalo, Nrv.
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I LA GRANDE J
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Studio at 105 Greenwood
St. one door south of
Adams Avenue
PROF. DAY, Principal
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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 MAIN 7
: Wf. will do the rest
.WE have a force of Experienced help to
look after your wants in this line and you
need have po fear of sending your most
delicate garments to us. WE Guarantee
to satisfy you." A. B. C. LAUNDRY
NEW ARRIVALS
THE LATEST NEW YORK STYLES IN
Collars, and fancy Belts All Colors
Fine line pillow tops, Lace and ruffling to
match. Stamped linen, Center pieces,
and Scarfs. Beautiful line Met' Waists,
Reduced prices on white waists, summer beits and
other lines. Call and make your selections
while they last
THF VAN hllYM th Uftfeftt
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BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
T. J. CRAY Prop. ( New Management)
Rates $i.OO, 51.25, $1.50
Best 25 meal in the city
Beds 25c and 50c
All outside rooms. Board
and lodge $6. per week
One block from depot
Ma
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Sll 0. F. FOWLER
Daily Cbscrvcr,
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Scott & Altheide
As house cleaners weare
the people who are equip
ped for, doing the work.
Leave your carpets on
your floors, give us your
orner and smile at our
work and we will ' smile
together. ;
PHONE. Black 1772
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many i
II III IN THE
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Masonic Bld$. :
Only house in the l
city employing f
white help, only I
TRY OUR SERVICE
. -if
BOMB PEOPLE
DOSfT CARE
anything about ooal; but you
do, and when It comes to the
pass when you need fuel we
would like to supply your wants.
Have you any Idea how many
klnda of coal are mined? When
you wish the all-to-tho-food
sort, order from
. Phone Main 10
65c per Morlh
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