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LA GRAKDE EVENING OBiSlOlVfcltt.
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911
Foley Kidney Pills contain In con- Do cot allow your kidney trouble, to
centrated form Ingredient of estab-' progress beyond the reach of medi-
lished therapeutic value for the cine, but start taking uoiey tuane?
prompt alleviation of all kidney and
bladder ailments. Foley Kidney Pills
are antlsecptic. tonic and restorative.
Pills at once. Refuse substitutes.
Hill's drug store. "
Ap. 4. 6. 8. 11. 13. 15. 18 20 22 25 27 29
J. H. 'PEfrRE,
, Opposite T. S. Lanl Offie an A dams A venae.
Hit I f I f t 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 HHI'1 1 1 1" I'H
I STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE $
One Night. Thursday, April 15
Yes, the Greatest Dramatic Hit of the
: Century is
? "' I
lvllf'l J 1
By Edwin Milton Royle
The PJay that Dazzled Two Continents
A Stirring American Drama in Four
Great Acts 1
SEATS PLACED ON SALE TUESDAY
PRiCES: 50c, 75c, $ 1.00 and $1.50
H "APR" ; ANH Ptown off5ce Main 720
0flVl tMU ; Residence phone Main 25
"The George Palmer
v We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid
Roofing, Deadening Felt, Building Paper
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material,
promptly. ' Phone Main 8.
on the Installment Plan
Flyer and other stand
Bicycle repairs and
repairing. Also bicy
cles for rent -
Auto Oarage, second
band bicycles. Auto repairing.
309 Fir street. Telephone Main 737
If T...nit. TTTi. tt i. C
Wind Mills, Deming Pumps, Richardson & Boynton If
ters, Plumbing Fixtures of All Kinds, Full Assort-
li vrtPTit. nf TMlrlrfil TTiram TlM.
u BAY -6 ZIVEFEJ.
i: PLUMBERS, HtATERS, SHKI MM IV0RKERS 8
. . t -,,. 'syy.
rOETLASD ROSE SHOW HOLDS
Many Features W3I Make the Erent
the Best In HlKtory.
Portland. Ore., April 12. (Special)
A brilliant historical street pagean
try developing the growth and prog
ress of northwestern civilization since
the empire was first discovered, Is the
unique and novel feature which the
thousands of school children of the
city will add to the program of the
Portland Rose festival to be held here
the week of June 5-10. This public
street precession will supplement an
other strikingly elaborate spec table,
also of historical purport which will
ak place on the new Multnomah Club
field. v v' -
These two events will be novelties
which will be a part of the continuous
program for the six days In which
there will be parades, decorative for
the daytime and illuminated tor the
night All. told six such street page
ants will be given in' what is by' all
means solidest and heaviest week of
pastime, amusement, entertainment
and education .ever held In the Pacific
Northwest If not in the west ' :
No like celebration has been favor
ed b the railroads with such gener
ous, rates and combination of selling
dates. This applies both to througto
transcontinental fares and rates rom
points in the northwest.
The Rose Festival visitor 'will have
the opportunity to any number of side
trips, and in fact many inquiries havj
been received at Festival .headquarters
from all parts of the country Indicat
ing that a goodly number of eastern
ers expect to see all they can of the
matchless scenic beauties of this ter
ritory as well as to look for desirable
Even New Englanders and people
from the south are making such in
quiries. Of especial importance will be the
Festival rates this year because with
a 90-day return limit, the easterners
will be able to spend that time on the
coast, seeing the Rose Festival in Port
land in June and the Astoria Centen
nial celebration in August. N
Never before have the communities
of Oregon had such an opportunity tor
getting the eastern friends, business
men and Investors, Interested in local
enterprises, for two such attractions
as the Rose Festival and the Astoria
celebration are bound to induce thou
sands of Btrangers to come here that
would not otherwise do bo. ,
Eye. Ear. Note and Throat Office
la La Grande Nauunal Bina bun.
Ing. Phones: O&lce Main 2. Kes
dence Main 33.
DR. H. L. UNDERWOOD Physician
and Surgeon, Special atuntion u
diseases and surgery of the eye.
Phones: Office Main 22 Res
dence Main 728 Ind. 621.
3EO. W. ; ZIMMERMAN Oeteop?tt
- Physician. So aimer Bldg., Rooms 7
8. 9 and 10. Phones: Home liZ'i
' Pacific, Main 63, Residence pnoub
. Black 951. Successor to Dr. C E
J. C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist Itoou
23. La Grande National Uauk fiuilu
Ing. Phone Blak39.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Shi
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Sum
La Grande. Residence phone, lte
701; Office phone. Black 1361; lnd
1 pendent phone 63; both phones a
residence. ; ,
ATTORXETS AT LAW.
j v'OCHRAN A' COCIIKAN AttOfi.y
Chat. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Ck h
ran.' La Grande National Bank
: Bldg-La Grande, Oregon.
The Tren Trof! of Paraguay.
In the numntr of illspnnlncr of their
etr nnny i'ili! of frup fxhibit re
mcrkMhlp t't'nllnHtlt-s A tree froi.
niv of runivuny, imikoH Its nest In
q lniu over!mtiL,1ii a point. Tin low
er ends of ii nnsilier of; Viivm itre
Urwn t"Ui't!iT mid tlxt-il In thnt nwl
tlon by it mmilier of ettty nip-RUlt'M-
The lire iiIho -ovcre with
a shield of empty vtipsolex to protect
them from the sun nnd air. When the
tsism are hatched I lie plu it the bot
tom appear to fall out mid the td
polen tumble Into the water.
Out of His Class.
Dissatisfied Patron tJeotle lipns.
tion! Why. be wuntx to bite the bead
off every dog be meets. I've been
swindled! Dog Merchant-You didn't
ought to keep dogs at all. mister. The
animals you dught to keep wlv youi
temperament Is silkworms! Londoo
a PROFESSIONAL DIKECT0RT.
PHTSinANS AITD SUBGEOXS.
N. MOLITOR. M. D. Physician add
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot street Office, Main 68; Resi
A. I RICHARDSON, M. D. ,!
J. W. LOUGHL1N, M. D.
Drs. Richardson ft Loughlln,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Phones Office Black 1362; Ind. 353.
Office Houra 9 to 11; 2 to S; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 65; Ind.
Dr. Loughlln's res. Main 737; Ind.
C H. UPTON, Ph. 0. M. .-Physician
and surgeon. Special attention to
T. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law
, Practices in al lthe courts of the
', State sn1 T7nlt1 Rtate. Offle n
La Qranaa Nut.u Banc Bldg., La
O. W. C. NE150N Mining Engineer
' Baker Cty, Oregon, i
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911
. AT AMBHOtl BEAWD' BARW, ALBANY, IIHN CO, ORECOW
40 IWfORTED AND NATIVE BRED REGISTERED PERCH ERON AND' GERMAN
COACH STALLIONS AND MARES. These horta were pnrcbaaed from the beat breeder
aad importer! ia the United States and oat of the Tery beet fantilie and (now barda. They
were bred in one of the great hone centers of the world. We do not claim to hare all the priie
winnert of Franc and Germany, bnt wa do claim we will fie yon the real worth of yonr
. money. Why not come where yon can bay horses at your own price, and every one of them is
for sale, and will be sold for the high dollar, instead of going where there are only few fox
sale, and half of themaresapposed to be kept for theirown nse.nnleis a fancy price is paid.
These horses are as wide as a wagon, and a number ot them weigh over two thous
and pounds. '
FARMERS, Is this not oneof yonr best opportunities to secure good stallions and mares
at yoar own price? These horses are fresh, right off the farm, subject ta no disease and ready
to go to work.
It was the Percheron horse that made Illinois famous as a horse center. .
TERMSt CASH, unless satisfactory arrangements are made with the Clerk before the sale.
Catalogue ready April S, 1911. Horses can be seen at barn after April 8. Address all com
munications to J. M. Clark, care Beard's Barn, Albany, Oregon.
J. M. CLARK, A. J. DODSON, GEO. W. 8TUBBLEFIELD
. ALBANY, OREGON :
VI' K " El
m l I I mw
a h i
a-V At -. ui'M .irt ii. L Jl inn i.l,w V u III: V JWITIliW JjBW-ifc wiouet
ttanger'riic.'.-i'Miurnkned bi'iia" viurstfpnisererywliereai'emakin-r
K.3KST uaQUU.U until yo.i r-.?lve and anprovo ot yonr
bieyelf. V.c shit) Uiitnycnomiywlirmln tie C. P. viihw t,t J.uu
irt udvr.nr'.,wyi,.n!i(ia)!owTEPI DAYS' FREE TRIAL during
which ume ruu .-iinv rld th !)ioycle nnd nuMtto any tent you wish.
It 'sou are t!:en not perfectly stisfi-U or not wish to keep the
I'lcrete sh '. r. hng totw ntonr rxutn-e n nd yc will t.-mt in. ,.
FAOTCRY FFJSP3 V, .",rnlstl th? HfUest gra.le bicycles It U
n,tV,,i V V DossiWe t mrlm at. one small profit above
inl dliiu ( i , VC S' to Ka ml.ldlfOien,a cwdts by buy-
t.,M ' WW i . ' . s Kiiufiinwo ufiiuiu your
n,7i vT..,.r"'.? ujr.r,ci"?':a ,,?'r cr f- " at .
rf... i v . . ""T? al,u "ru our uunearti 01 (
ri';1,''s' '''' r, ridar asonis. ,
' it J KILL EE fiSTfi'IIS54PFi hen " rrcalwonrheantimi oatalnio
L:"7.'"" J wb ' mBe Tin tii! yor. w,i m-ii tho .itict nul tnr
rmi.nTi rkf3"?!,'.Ml " 0Br "'We! amlgrouron uuncumtsattloubiii otr Driuus.
. S2ft,?f'? We do not KnkrtVhn4teswmil hnd hM. n..n. k...
yjL'VOtVi'-L TUvoc.r out pmpu, .tpnei
THE BAKER'S .WlLE
fs a genuine smila of delight when his
wares turn out as he likes them. That
smile is continuous with us. Every
thing at this bakery is appetizing and
toothsome as well as healthful.-
We respectfully Invite your inspec
tion of our plant at all times; also
solicit a part of your orders.
JAS. FARQUHARSON, Prop.,
213 Fir St.
l .J J J Yhtrtrularntelt
... , W.W fat'. it tt lutrvdutt KM
ma m ZZ mttittrjtrH. 55.
NILS,TMha,erOlnawlll not let thetlrout.
A hnnared thousand pairs sold last year.
DESORIPTIDK" Ma(le ,n a11 It
a special quality of rubbpr. which never be
comes porous and which clowa ur smal
punctures withtmt allowing the air to esctoo.
Notice (h thick rubbsrtresd
A"rd l-uricture strips "B"
and "rj"!so rim strip "Hn
VvontHm cutting. This
tire. vJil outlast any other
l?!"r5S.l! i elastic and
Tou Hast Try on a Gossard
'.i Corset to Keallae Why , r.
'' V It Excels.;
The Gossard Corset shown here
Is model O and is for the wom
an of full proportions. ' It'
makes a solid , figure appear
slender and graceful The Bust
fits close, without raising the
bust when seated. $8.50. Other
models 93.50 atjd $5.00. ,
Mrs. Robert Pattison
Phone, black 1481.
. K...k 7 , BwuvriiiK me air to escape.
ii i 15 "'""I1 oecnpumoel t:i once
! ln a whole sca. They welsjh no more than
an ordinary tire, the punctnron-tlstlna nunliups beijii;
&sm0r?.nl.eir?a .T.h8 -T ' r Price of these tires
Ji.T "unuroiiyriiiKing pnroosesrA are ' sia;
ntaraMt.tOUNaiiKnx Tjf toriny iITaiiZri5rjtaMB.rn,,,B u M ord(r th may be
and rnoiwr nt to u. I.aa ifewln ii l7yS Srrt M,VS7tl,lf .?it,on-,i.e 1n l"'r liable
elr. run fa.tr. wvar better, lut ; innrer nd hink iSSk.? .! ' Ton will rintf that tbor will rtde
Wa know that you will tow we"V&?t,To5 oreeenStani !prtea!
Ton tj,. wojatonhtb youll give ut yourorder. WaVant
fl7 YOU NEED rWrStriVfitV7""'''00
prte,,a0td abor.: or wrrt. for our bl( Tl aiuSSr 0u,h,L,!, " 'ut'odnSor?
d" '! about half the mnialprloi aunury cataloiua which doMrloigeand quotas all makes and
DO NOT WAIT? wr1t urxrtA!todT. DO NOTTMINK Mauvian .. . '
J. L. HEAD CYCLE GOnPAny, C1IICAG0, ILL.
WENAHA LUMBER td.
. GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home Phone 421.
Bell Phone, Main 732
I i i i L "ana .
Fresh Hand-Rolled Choco:
lates Can't Be Beaten
-vCUb) Western Grown Seeds, also Tmofhv. ru., -Bihih"
Western Grown Seeds, also Timothy, Cloter, Alfalfa, elcl
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