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res and ulcars on the body, skin affections, catarrhal troubles, weak
eyes, end general poor health. The inherited poison, transmitted through
the blood, pollutes and weakens this fluid, and in place of its nutritive
qualities nils the circulation with scrofulous matter, which saps the vitality
of the entire system. Thousands of children, born with a scrofulous taint,
isve spent their childhood in constant physical suffering, and grown to
manhood or womanhood handicapped by 111 health and stunted growth
and perhaps later some disease of the bones or joints developed. 8. S.'S
given in their early life, would have prevented this. It would have
cleansed and purified the blood of the taint, nourished and stengthened
their systems, and assisted each to grow into strong, healthful manhood
or womanhood. S. S. S. is the very best remedy for Scrofula. It goes
down to the bottom of the trouble, and cleanses the circulation of all
scrofulous matter. It supplies the weak, diseased blood with strength
and health-building qualities, and under the purifying effects of this great
remedy all symptoms of Scrofula pass away. S. S. S. contains no minerals
in any form, and is an absolutely safe treatment for children, even infants,
or persons of any age. Literature about Scrofula and any medical advice
lre. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. G A.
t mm f Li i n
i mercnanisi oave
In 1907 the i Merchants
of Oregon saved over
$10,000 by carrying a part
of their Insurance in their
cv.r. cor.pzr.y, . Oregon
Merchants Mutual Fire As
surance Association, of
Dayton, Oregon. In 1905
they wiil save $i 5,000.
During the same period
their neighbors were hand
ing over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants
Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT COST
A LIMIT TO YOUR LIABIL
ITIES PROMP TSEULEMENT OF
J.'JN. OLIVER, Agent
4f y TT tTTT TTTT F V TTIf TTT'Tf
Pnill fOR PAROLE OF
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J. B. WEAVER, Prop.
Fruit, shade and or
Sherbs and Roses.
and other small fiuifc
SEND FOR PRICE
Tomorrow Judge J. W. Knowles
will take action on a petition for pa
role for Roy Hawley charged with
stealing lard from the Oliver ranch,
the charge being made Jointly against
Frank Parker, now in the peniten
tiary, Roy Chandler, acquited. and
Mr. Hawley. The petition is a re
markably strong one, being composed
of representative names from a large
section of Union county. It contains
more names, and more influential sig
natures, than the average paper ot
Us kind. The court will alt and take
Parker Exeswratcs Hawley. .
When Parker had been convicted
and sentenced, he waa taken to Sleo
TaeduMe Change Tonight.
t An entire change tn their vaudeville
(bill will take place at the Scenic to
'otght. Billy Baxter will be better than
ever tonight. Wayne, the Wizard, has
made friends with all ot the theatre
goers ot the city and is liked more
every night Dainty dancing Du Mar
is a buck and wing dancer ot rare
i skill and that combined with her sweet
voice makes her more welcome at
by Chief ot Police Rayburn, and to every performance,
his conveyer Parker said . that h '
would tm on the atand and swear thtt !
neither Chandler or Hawley had any- I
thing to do with the stealing. The'
ktl Carsen Good Shew.
fact that they had any connection, public. Mr. J. P.
wftn tne stealing. The ract that they
had any connection with th matter
at all, was due primarily to the h
fluence exerted by Parker, according
to Parker's own. statements. ,
OIL APVKES CIRCUS BILLS
BAKER CITY, June 21 Private ad
vices received in Baker City Monday
were to the effect that oil in consider
able quantity had been struck in the
well of the monmouth Oil Company.
The fact that such a development
had been made was a matter of -secrecy
on the part of those on the in
side, but it leaked out and was gen
erally known over town yesterday
and causd no little excitement for thj
reason of the large number of Ba
ker people who are interested finan
cially in Malheur oil fields. ,
SHE'S QUEEN! SHE'S mET!
Is an expres'on thai is always heard at signt of a
well deve' d woman. . If you are f!(it--vtd,
with Bl undeveloped, a srawny neu :..:., u-ad
arm' remark will never be applied t
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tm rh-o nirvir.r.np THE RITST In a week from
X I to 6 inches and produce a fine, firm, voluptuous
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trmg handsome and well modeled and the neck
and shoulders shapely and of perfect contour.
" Send for a bottle today and you'll be pleased and grateful. "SI
REN" wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasant to take, and convenient
to carry around. They are sold under guarantee to do all we claim
or MONET BACK.
Price 11.00 per bottle. Inquire at good drug stores or send DI
RECT TO US. '
FREE. During the next 30 days only we will send you a sam
ple bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10c to pay cost of
4 pie bottle of these beautifying waters on receipt oi xvc io pay cosi i
T packing and postage if you mention that you saw the advertisement In J
this paper. The sample alone may be sufficient if the defects are
t trifling. ' '
J DESK 4. ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CO., SI W. 125th ST, NEW YORK.
1 Healing Salve for Barns, Chapped
Hands and Sore Nipples.
As a healing salve for burns, sores,
sore nipples and chapped hands
Chamberlain's Salve Is most excell
ent. It allays tl o-'n ' j '- i J-
most instantiv. auii unl th- m
without leaving a m ar. i'rics, to
cents. For sale by All Good Dealers,
yourself how oulkly it relives the
pain ard -soreness. The medicines
tsualy given Internally for rheuma
tism are polosnous or very strong
medicines. They are worse than use
less in cases ! chronic and muscular
rheumatism. For sale by All Good
The circus posters which have been
tacked Ob the telephone posts on Ad
ams avenue, have ben taken down by
the city officials. After the bills wew
up Chief Rayburn and City Attorney
Baker went to digging after an ordi
nance to prohibit the tacking ot bills
on telephone posts, and after diligent
search succeeded In finding one an-1
orders were issued to the billposters
to remove them at once. On account
of rain the show people asked for a
delay which was granted. The adver
tising car left and also left the bills
on the post Yesterday the city au
thorities got busy and removed the
Kit Carson" to tho
Morgan has snared
no expense to make this one ot the
most complete productions on the
road. The following well known peo
ple have been secured by Mr. Morgan
for the season: Miss Nellie Forest,
Kate Forest, Alice King. Messrs Louis
Koch. Fred Crosby. Ned Talbot. 11.
Bryant, Will Gardiner aud Georgs
This play holds the boards at the
rU crttiay and Saturday night,
2rth and 26th, with a bargain matinee.
Saturday at 2:30.
" Reward Offered. ;
Lost, heavy silver watch, open face.
Rturn to this oflica and receive re-
N'etice ef Impessdrt Stock.
Notice Is hereby given tht on tlia
16th day of June. 1109. 1 took up white
running at large in the city of La
Grande, Oregon, the following de
scribed animal, towit. one Jersey bull,
about two years old. no brands visible.
Has square crop off ot right ear and
slit la left ear. that I Impounded sail
animal in the city of La Grande. Ore
gon, under and by virtue of an 'ordi
nance thereof, and unless the owner
claims and pays cost ot feeding and
keeping of said animal, at the expira
tion of ten days from the date ut
this notice, I will advertise and sell
said animal, as provided by the ordi
nance ot said city.
Done and dated In La Grande. Ore
gon, this the 17th day ot June, 1909.
(J-18-20) Chief ot Police,
DELEGATES TO IOllTL..:.
Reservation Openings. '
For full Information regarding
Coeur d'Alene Spokane and Flathead
opening, send 25 cents for pamphlet to
P. Simons, Nezperce. Idaho.
Stop and look at the $35.00 camera,
and explanation In our window. New-
Un Drug Co. '
Local Baptist T"teret Has Stronjr
Toleg-'"' - i ilonal Convention.
Dtact 31 ( m - E. Damon and Mr.
and - Mrs. C .; - 3all are in atten
dance at the Northern Baptist Conven
tlon at Portland. Mrs. J. E. Steven
son, Mrs. R. I Matthews. Miss Maude
Brooks, Miss Elizabeth Bunnel, Miss
Lydia Hug and Miss Anna Neiderer I
left last night for the convention.
Pastor and Mrs. W. H. Gibson will
leave tonight, giving our local Bap
tist interest a strong delegation to the
ward. (S-U-St) 1
An Ideal Congh Medicine. - -MAs
an ideal cough medicine 1 re
tard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la
l class by Uselt. aa-s Drr. R. A. W'ilt
hire. ot Gwynnevlll. Iod. "I take
treat pleasure In testifying to the ru
ulta . ot Chamberlain's Cough medi
cine. In fari. I know of no other
preparation that m ?V? . ,
expectations of tha most exacting lo,
rases ot croup and coughs of chUdrea.
A tt -sontaliu n eMvrtojff
M4i9t U aeU3Ji 1
iate. pleasant and efficacious remedy
tor the ills tt U intended." . For saie by
ill good deelers. ; . ;TTif uUii' j
J011NSO.X St BRUCE.
FRIDAY AXD SATfRDAY
MtJHTS AND SATl'tt
A four act Comedy Drama
Prices NlghU COc;
All Seats 25 cents.
, LOST. :
About June 7, black seal pocket
book about 6 by 4 inches tn size, with
name, Dr. Otis Akin, Portland. Ore
gon, inside, contained a note, mone
and several other things. Generous
reward upon return of some to Dr.
F. E. Moore, La Grande.
La Grande's Foremost,, Vaudeville
. Depot Street.
S. A. Gardiner, Manager.
Matlnte, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. Adults, matinee: 101;
Children under 12 years old Cc.
Evening prices, 10 and 15c.
Week Commencing June 21.
Wayne, the wizard, asslstted by
M'lle Adele and Company.
Billy Baxter, the black faced
comedian, formerly with His t
Notice is hereby liven lo the legal
voters ot school district No. L of Un
ion county, State of Oregon, that the
ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETINQS for
said district will be held at High.
School building tn said district, to
begin at the hour ot 2 o'clock p. m. on
the third Monday of June, being the
21st day of June, A. D. 1909.
This meeting !s called tor the pur
pose of electing one director to serve
for five years, and the transaction ot
business usual at such meetings.
Said election shall be held from 2 '
p. m. until 6 p. m. and It shall be by -
ballot. . .
Dated this 10th day of June, 1909.
- restrict Clerk.
Chnlrrr.nn Board of Directors.
t Cage! Xatotk t
Plank sidewalks built and repair
ed, excavating and filling. Phone
Black 1562. ( J-20-J-20)
Where iocl business men are
co-operating and buying stump
lands preparatory to setting
commercial orchards. For par-
ttculars regarding good orchard
land at very low prices call or
v . write The ' '
SLOUGH INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate, lavestaients. Loans
s I He Heating an dMenMMn BmMem Solved
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For Schools, Churches, Lodge Rooms,and Public Buildings
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Does away with window ventilation, which is almost as great an evil as impure air.
Maintains a uniform temperature' all over the room.
Eliminates the cold floor problem and the "dreaded hot stove,"
Adds 25 per cent to the seating capacity by removing the plant to the corner.
Great saving in fuel bill. Requires no basement. Always under direct supervision.
No expense to install. Will burn either wood or coal.
Every plant guaranteed to meet the most exacting requirements.
No Experiment, Plant in 'scucessf ul operation in Public School of La Grande.
Invented by J. L. Waterbury who.for many years taughtin the public schools, after carefully studying
the problem and long experimenting devised and patented the system.
Those seated in the farther corner of the room will be just as warm as those sitting near the plant.
Can be attached to any flue. Every school district should investigate this system.
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ill ; S Af l OC i? i Cll L3 Cjr3flfl6 tyjf' the knowledge of the improper heating and ventilating conditions caused me to take J
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