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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1908)
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WHERE NOTIIINS IS TOO MUCH TROUeLE"-Tliat,sFerguson's-Thefiist exclusive bock and stationery stcrc in La Grande. Ferguson Knows no way of cdvetlslrr
except to tell the truth abou! goods-to sell to jcu exactly at the sains price as your neiiii&or -to keep the stock clean and up to-date- to serve yc-r ; i v q o act as
cording to our motto: "Where Nothing Is too Much Trouble." The nicest, cleanest, newest line of stationery In La Cranac-thc new books, a circulating library, books Ic
per day, some games and whatever else may consistently be kept In a book store ., v . ... ;.'
I M A T'
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When you purchase jewelery or a time
piece from me you have a right to feel
certain abou having recieved full value
for your money : : : :
J. H- PEARE
LEADING PIONEER JEWELER
They Take the Kink Out.
VI have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills tor many years, with Increasing
satisfaction. They take the kinks out
of stomach, liver and bowels; without
fus or friction," 'says N. H. Brown, of
Plttsfleld. Vt. Guaranteed satisfac
tory Newlln's drug store Z'o. 4 .
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4 ', Edison riionojrraplw and Hoc-
4 orrtsat NEWLIX BOOK & STA-4
4 TIONERY CO.
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Bale cried oe short notice. .
4 Satisfaction guaranteed. . ' 4
No extra charge for distance.
LA GRANDE - - - OREGON
Route No. 2. 'Phone No. 19x6
Three families have recently moved-
a i - - -
STEWARD'S OPERR WOUSEl
A portable house manufactory
be started at Klamath Falls. .
WANTED AH' bills and claims
against me presented at ome. I
am ' deMrous ' of paying all I owe,
but acknowledge that I do not owe
any merchant In the city of La
Grande, nor never have. Incidental
debts I will pay Immediately. Jack
O'Brien. ' 1'
SCHOOLof MUSIC :
v . fir
One of (lie Soeno at the S toward Next Monday Xlglit.
Studio at 105 Greenwood
St. one door south of
. Adams Avenue '
PROF. DAY, Principal
. Wlirn to Laugh. , - ; ,
: To know when and when' not to
laugh his njade many a man and
many a woman's fortune. One of the
rare exceptions which proves the truth,
of this, Is "Ma's Now Husband." This
screaming musical farce does not give
you time to use discretion. It forces
you to, laugh whether you like to or
not, 'and to laugh all the time. . In
fact, it Is a depository for unlimited
laughs on which' you draw constantly
for two hours and thirty minutes. See
It at the Steward on Monday, Novem
ber 9. . . ' .
D. Hi STEWARD, Proprietor
SECOND ANNUAL TOUR
Harry Scott Company
Monday, Nov. 9ffi
PRESENT THAT FURIOUSLY FUNNY STEW, MERRILY
SERVED IN THREE COURSES
A new electric theater t'aat will In
less than a month after the opening
day become one of the leading vaude
ville houses of the Smith circuit, cov-
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ering a large territory of the. v north
west, will be ushered in on tho theater
going public next week, though the
date iias not been decided upon.
Messrs. Charles Baker and II. Par
sons are the, owners and managers,
and to begin with, the houss will bg
known as the Electric theater,, occu
pying the room In the Mahaffey build
ing, where the Bherwood electric once
was. It Is planned to open next week
with straight moving pictures, but as
soon as the partition separating the
two lower floor rooms of the building
can be torn down, and a new stage
constructed, there will be ramification
to vaudeville. ; - , . j
, Lumber Is now arriving for the Im
provements to be done on the rooms.
The floor will be tilted as other show
holme of thf Htv nnrt th i..
ture will In time be remodeled to be
the largest playhouse of the electric
or vaudeville type In the city, '
Keep the mwiicy at home
- by usini
LA GRAMDE SUGAR
Costs no 11 He cr d Ji st as
sweet. All dealers.
Own Your Water System
t And Be Independent
f A Well Will Solve The Problems
Twenty-five year' experience In the well-drilling business enable"
me to uo your woric properiy snu econoinicaiiy. t mm w
drUl to any depth. : ' FSB ntr1W!?mir??!!f!l J
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ASK ME FOR PARTICULARS AND REFERENCE RE
GARDINGI WELLS I DRILLED IN THIS COtNTY J
New, Clean, Catchy
A GREAT SHOW-IS THE UNANIMOUS VERDICT CONCEDED BY THE PRESS, CRITICS
PRICES: Orchestra Seats $1.00; Orchestra Circle 75c; Dress Circle 50c; Gallery 2Sc and 50c
Seats on Sale Saturday Morning
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Shame" in 'Ma'ti
"Every business man who la
obeying the Jaw may go ahead
with all the energy In his pos-
.KeKsion; every enterprise which
4 is within the statutes may pro-
ce'd without fear 1 of Interffr-
ence from the administration
whet nct!njr'.h'2a!!y: but'all '.n- I
tereMs w!thln the Jurisdiction of
the federal government may ex-
pect a rigid enforcement of the
4 laws against dishonest methods." 4
W. H. Tuft.
D. M. HUNT; La Grande f
THE SCENIC I Pastime Theater
of I'rogram ' Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
a Sherlock Hoi-
s. a. c.iRDixiEn,
Proprietor and Manager.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
and ' .
LATEST MOVING PICTURES. 4
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4 Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday
4 tai.J -Saturday afternoons ftt iriit
The Irish Blacksmith.
How Bridget's Lover Escaped.
Walters and Murry, in a "Bar
rel of Laughter," a burlesque on
Matinee prices as usual.
4 1Ch!ldren tinder 15
4 age Ec at matinees.
MOTION PICTURES AND '
. ILLUSTRATED SONGS
How a Pretty Girl Soils Hair
Auntie Takes the Children to
".re You Coining Out Tonight,
, Burglar and the Baby.
Under False Colors. .
By C. P. Ferrln.
' Through Darkness to Light.
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P
Wednesday, t o'clock.
day, S o'clock.