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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1908)
All day tvmorrowthe window of Ferguson's will te filled with school tablets, both ink and pencil paper note books and composition books some cf the:
:r cents each J;
none more than five cer.t3.--Y.re believe we have the greatest assortment of taolets, both for school wcrk and for flne concsrcTiCefiie. m ia ufanae,
At any rate we arc
h II B Pii I
T; HE BOOK STORE
'Where Nothing ts too Much Troutfe"
"MA'S mmm IRE
. s I - - "
The Harry Scott company's mimical those which laughter brings!
farce, "Ma'a New Husband," will be
seen at the Steward on Monday, No
vember 9. This attraction has been
carrying away the honors In the laugh
ing 8nd musical world for the past
two seasons! It has left behind it In
every city visited, a veritable ocean
of good humor and good will. Bright
and clean as a coin from . the mint,,
"Ma'B New Husband" affords delight
ful recreation to old and young. It is
' performed in an atmosphere of laugh
ter and there are no tears
High School Orchestra Engaged.
. Take notice: The high school or
chestra will play for the stage hands'
show. ..Take notice of this orchestra.
They will surprise you 'When yoj hear
them. There-will be no dull moments.
Remember the date, November 17,
' : "The Planter's Wire.' '
"The Planter' Wife," r depicting a
touching Btory of a woman tempted by
except the human serpent, but saved by her
faithful sister, is the banner attraction
at the Scenic theater tonight. Man
ager Gardlnler advises hla atronj to
come early this evening and see the ex
cellent program before attending the
Steward attraction. Walters and Mur
ray open their last week's engagement
tonight, and to close their long stand
here they will have new stunts In
abundance. There are many good
features In this program. . ..
WANTED &.11 ; bills and claims
aga'.nst me presented - at .once. I
. am" desirous of paying all I owe,
but acknowledge that I do not owe
any merchant in the, city of La
brande. nor never have. Incidental
"A group of O. R. & N. officials are
out on Wallowa cxtcnsJon t.-iday and
perhaps when they have 'returned,
some announcement of when the new
train service will become effective,
will be 'made. As yet, local officials
will Day immediately. Jack kncAv notniRff.
There . were several jn
Keep the motiey at home
LA GRANDE SUGAR
Costs no n ere crd i st cs
. sweet, All dealers.
! Own You r Water System j
t,,o of the Many Snectwiilnr Scenes in "M.VS NRW TirSBAXn." mt tho Si-,! W- To",r,'t '
: D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor .
SECOND ANNUAL TOUR
7'.:: Harry Scott Company
Monday, Nov. 9th
PRESENT WAT FURIOUSLY FUNNY STEW, MERRILY
SERVED IN THREE COURSES
' , , ...,11!
New, Clean Catchy.
A CPEAT SHQW-1S THE UNANIMOUS VtRDVJ CONCEDED BY .THE PRESS... CRITICS
AND THEATER-GOING PUBLIC
PRICES: Orchestra Seats $W; Orchestra Circle 75c; Dress Circle 50c; Gallery 25c and 50c
Seats on Sale Saturday Morning
from the general traffic agent- to the
chief engineer. Superintendent Buck
ley's car was used to convey them to
the "front." ' : - v'v . ' '. ' , '
vin all probability, the newj service
will go Into effect within a week or
two weeka Ht the latest.." The trip to
day is looked upon by , local of flcials
as being the final tour, of inspection
before announcing the 'schedule and
rates,: . ; .' .' '.' J'.: ' , ;"' '
Studio at 105 Greenwood
St. one door south of
-Adams Avenue -
PROP. DAY, Principal
FOUND An Open face watch, at the
Ed Kiddle home last Friday eve
ning. Owner can have same by call
ing at this office.
A Well Will Solve The Problem r
Twenty-five years' experience In the well-drilling business enable
me to do your work properly and economically. I ' am prepared to
driU to any depth. aim2iIllil!!E2ilO' 1
' y ;
ASK ME FOR PARJICULARS AND REFERENCE RE f
CARDING: WF LLS I DRII I Fn iiu v ihi- C0VTY :
D; M. HUNT, La Grande
8. A. GAKDINIEII, .
Proprietor and Manager.
Wednesduys and Fridays. ' '
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ,
" and '
LATEST MOVING PICTURES.
Clianse of Program Mondays,
"You Have Always ' Bwn
Samo Old Pal."
Miss Helen Brandon.
The Planter's Wife.
Miss Helen Brandon, and east
ern soubrette, in monologue and
Thieves Caught In Their Own
The Man Vho Walks on Wa
ter; Diabolical Itching. .
Mra. F. ,L. Sheet returned to her
home in Baker City yesterday. She
has been spending a portion of last
week here. 1
Walters and Murray, singing
Matinees: Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturday afternoons at 2:20 4
Children under IS years of
4 age Ee at matinees. 4
MOTION PICTURES AND "
. ILLUSTRATED 80NGS
: ' '.
, How a Pretty Oirl Sells Hair
Auntie Takes the Children to .
the Country. . '
"Are You Coming Out Tonight,
. Mary Ann?"
Burglar and the Baby.
Under' False Colors.
By C. P. Ferrln.
Through Darkness to Light.
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P. MV .
Ladles' ' souvenir" matinees
Wednesday, I o'clock.
Children's te maclnee Satur-
day, S o'clock.