La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, September 04, 1911, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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    MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4t 1911.
PAG E 7
Running up and down Etaira, sweep
ing and bending over making beds
will not make a woman healthy or
beautiful. She must get out of doors,
walk a mile or two every day and
take Chamberlain's'Tablets tp Im
prove her digestion and regulate her
bowels. For Bale by all dealers, eod
DIM SlIII'i'tB
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LA GRAXDE EVENING 0ESEHTTI5,
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IOU OUGHT TO NOW
this sbop, and Its ability to serve
yon best. Onr one strongest
desire Is to tarn. out tlie' best
CLEANING AND PRESSING
and to price, onr services to
meet jour satisfaction. We be
llefe we do this. II jour gar
ments' ned onr attention send
tliera to ns and we will do your
work promptly and; guarantee
not to rnln the materials.
ELITE DYEINS &
CLEANP l.-TOAKS
Main 84. , H. B. Waggoner
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John Melville
" 1423 Adams Avt
LA GRANDE,' ORE-
Southeastern Washington's
Greatest Fair
Septemberl8to 23 19U
$30,000 IN PREMIUMS AND
PURSES, v
Greatest Race
Program ever offered in
the northwest ,
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN
EVERY DEPARTMENT. ? - -Concerts
Dally by Ruszi's Fam-
. -'i nos '' .... .- ; .
ITALIAN BAND
Special Rates on All Railorads.
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
Pill
mbin
Mill I 11 1 MHHHWHH1 MM I !
J. H. PE4RE,
, La Grande's Leading
. '. Jeiveer
Opposite U. 8. Lanl Office A iamt Areaao.'
MMmtMWHIIUIIIIHMHHHUH
COME to our shop and let ns demonstrate the nse of Terry Fneu.
matle Water Systems to job. We liar Just Installed one at "County
Poor Farm". Wny not have a bath room, hot and co!4 water, nice
lawns and also fire protection for your homes t Yon can haTe a 8-4
Inch stream at 95 pounds pressare In case of fire. Call and let us take
yoa out and show yon one In eyery day operation.
BAY 6 ZWmEl
PIOMBKS, HEATERS,
FOB TOUR SUNDAY DINNER
CALIFORNIA CELERY
SWEET TOTATOES
CORN
TOMATOES
CUCUMBERS
GEES FETTERS
PEACHES .,.
FLU3IS
ORANGES
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BANANAS
EATING AND COOKING AP
FLES. GROCERY
S. Phone 70. V
I PHONE EARLY.
Savoy Hotel
EUROPEAN PLAN
,TW fOdms Are , good and
Steam heafd only one
block from depot
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D. G. Brichoux. Pro .
" Let the dealer select your cigars
for you. Get what you want. Call for
a Fam Us King Havana cigar and get
the best that your money will buy, and
' not a cigar that the dealer wan's to
sell you for reasons of his own.
Fam Us King
Cgarfacfory
106 Fir Street
SUU1 METAL WORKERS
:DiOM'T
NEW WEN AH A LUMBER COMPANY
RESIDENCE SATED.
Elegatitiy Finished Structure in Dan
aT from Spontaneous Fire.
Spontaneous combustion brought
about by oily ,rags leff by painters
came near spelling ruin to the ele
gant residence Just competed by the
Weuaha Lumber company on , Ninth
street Saturday night. The flame-was
discovered by a neighbor lady, two
blocks awayr the ntw home not being
occupl d as yet and giving the alarm
brought other neighbors to the rescue.
The residence, abuts the Fred G.
Schilke property on the soutS and Mr.
Schllke broke down a viiar door and
was able to beat the flame3 down be
fore any material damage had been
done. ' ... .' , , t
.- i lie place uau jubi okju cumpiu
and is one of the most elegantly fin
ished resldencss In the city. The time
ly prevention of thi are's spread saved
the owners a neat eum of money.
IfflS ITEMS
THEISIUXG ON IN FULL BLAST AT
STARKEY. ,
Personal Mention About People Com
ing and Going at Sttirkey
Starkey, Sept. 2. (Special) L. E.
Tipton and family have returned from
Lehman Sprirgi W:.ere ''th?v
several days. Their home Is at Ka
mela. '. " . ',' - ' ' .' '
Antone Vty and son Toney, from
Echo, are spendinar thii. week at the
sheep ranch, the headquarter of thi3
camp for the Vey. stock. . . : ;
Floyd" rand Lloj'd '- .'.Hail, sons of
Jas. H. Hall of Butter Creek, visited
with their aunt, Mrs. Andy Sullivan,
last week. .: ' ; '
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Eurnutt and Mrs.
Hattie Huson have gone to Telocaset
to visit relatives at. that place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Alden made a
business trip to La Grand? this week.
; Tom AberBon, manager of thie Cunha
stock ranch, has returned from La
Grande. '. ,. .
Threshing Is In progress .on the
Sullivan ranch thiB week.
NOTICE. .. '.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at tbe.ofllce of
the undersigned for the construction
of board walks on H avenue from
Fourth street to Second street, and on
Second, street from II avenue to C
avenue, same to be constructed In ac
cordance with the plans and specifi
cations on file In this office. The
amount to be laid on the streets abovj
mentioned can be had by applying to
this office. Certified check for 5 per
cent of the amount bid must accom
pany all proposals, which must be
filed with the recorder oetore 5 o'clock
p. m., September 6th, 1911. The coun
cil reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. ": . 1 '
C M. HUMPHREYS,
City Recorder.
An article that - has real merit
should in time become popular. That
such Is the case with Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been attested by
many dealers. .. Here Is one of them.
H. W .Hndrickson. Ohio Falls, Ind.,
writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is the best for coughs, colds and croup
and is my best seller." For sale by
all dealers. ' eod
Treasurer's Call for City Warrants.
; There are also funds In the treas
ury to pay all warrants issued against
the water of La Grande city up to and
and including No. 9.729, endorsed Sep
tember 21, 1911. Interest on all war
rants on water fund from No. .... to
No. 9,729 inclusive ceases from date
of this call.
La Grande, Oregon. Sept, 1, 1911.
ROL W.LOGAN,
City Treasurer
HI SWE
WELL KNOWN ACTOR TO BRING
TP.01TE HERE.
"The Boss of Bur O IUnch Title of
First of Three Numbers.
Beginning Thursday night, Sept. 7,
Lowe's MadlBon Square Theatre com
pany will open a thrae nights' engage
ment at Steward's opera house, play
ing at people's popular prlros, 10-20-30
cents. The opening play will be the
new western comedy drama la four
acts, "The Boss of Bar C Ranch." Thi
play is a whirlwind of comedy anl
sensation and has a good strong plot.
Associated with thi company are
such well known players as Louise
Lowe who Is not a stranger to La
Grande theatre goers but one who
has alw-aj's made a universal favora
ble lmpresstonrMIsr'Mamle Haslam,
a winsojEU little singing and dancing
soubrttte, Miss Annie Girard who is
acknowledged the bei character wo
man on ths coast, E. Ryerscri Kow
land, Val M. Howland, Walter C, Selg
fried, Valter Gaynard, Geo. W. Lowe
and othirs; This company has been
playing to a phenomenal large busi
ness this season and giving universal
satisfaction ' everywhere,. Don't misa
the opening play, "Boss of Bar O
Ranch." Tickets now on sale at tho
usual place, " , '" .
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
' 'MCLITOn, M. D. Physician and
Depot St Phone:: Office, Main CSj.ii ;
a. l. ric::..:.,o d.
j. w. loughlin, m. d.
Drs. Richardson & Loughlin, "
". Physicians nnd Surgeons
Phones Office Black 13C2; Ind. 353
Office Houre 9 to 11; 2 to 5; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 55; Ind
312. it-' v.'-,
Dr.' Loughltn's Res.- raln 757," Ind
1297.:, ;:'.. '::
C. H. UPTON, Pb. G. JL D. Physlclaa
and Surgeon. Special attention to
, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office
in La Grande National Bank. Build
ing. Phones: Office Main 2; Resi
. dence Malg 32. ,
DRS. UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD
" Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. II. L UNDERWOOD V ,
Special attention to diseases and
; . surgery of the, eye.
DR. DORA J. UNDERWOOD ,. -
Specialist for women . '
Offices. Cor. Adams & Depot, over
Wright Co.'s Drug Store. .
Phones Main 728; Main 22. : '
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7,
8, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332,
Pacific, Main 63; Residence, Black
951. Successor to Dr. F. E. Moore.
O. T. DARLAND; CHIROPRACTOR,
not Drugs, not Surgery, not Oste
opathy Consultation free. . Room
, 20, La Grande National Bank Bldg.
J. C, PRICE. D. M. D. Dentist Room
23, La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phone, Black 399.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON. Veterinary Sur
geon. . Office at Hill's Drug Btore,
La Grande. Residence Phone,' Red
; 701; Office Phone, Black 1361; In
dependent Phone 63; Both Phones
at Residence. .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
COCHRAN & COCHRAN Attorneys
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran. - La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
T. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at Law,
Practices , in all the courts of the
State and United States. Office in
La Grande National Bank Building,
La Grande, Oregon. ' . '
D. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer,
Baker Citr, Oregon.
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home 'Phone 423 Bell Pkcne, Main 732
Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GKAiUBE IH0R! VHQUHQ
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
Cement
Consult him before
COLUMBIA COLLEGE I
MILTON, OREGON
IS THE PLACE TO SEND YOUR BOYS AND PHILS. ii
Chrlstlnn, but not sectarian. Grounds and hulldinps tnlncd at $75,000. H
A select school for young men and young ladies, who seek for the
highest Ideals In Manhood and Womanhood.
CERTIFICATES ACCEPTED AT
SCHOOLS WITHOUT RE-EXAMINATION. . jU
Thorough course. , Llterarv, scientific t commercial deportment: In It
clndlng sltorthnnd nnd typewriting; conservatory of music. Including? U
pin no, voice and sflngcd Instru nicnts; elocution; art, i j '
Dormltorj' refitted, rofnrulshed, stenm heated, electric lighted; com- j
ortnWe attractive, pymnasluni, pood athletic (ieltV ; . Ji
Boantlfnl for Situation. A land of frnlts and flowers ' Monntnln watr. )i
Puro nlr. Healthful conditions.
streetcars. ' '.v '
V,ft n inlnnn !M OA rAnVa Va ..
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'wholesome. ; ,
Send for Cntalogno or other Information to
; H. S. SHANGLE, Finsncial Secy., Milton, Oregon
The Home Looks More
Cheerful
When Papered and Decorated by
W --NUTTEIter-
. s NEW STOCK JUST RECEHtV .
Phone Red 971 next door to Observer office.
THE
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FOR SUNLIGHT
-tvtt v l6Ub HUB UGCU iiu XULiiCU OUUllUL. II glVeB MT
the Sun's light without the Sun's heat. 1
It la cool, clean, safe and sanitary. , V :; t , s
It certainly Is a great convenience to be able to have a bright
steady light at your srevlce anywhere or any time, Just by pushing a '
button. Nothing to All or clean nothing to overturn or explode ab-
solutely safe. ' .
Can yon think of anything that will give you such perfect service' J
at so little costt U
We'd be glad to talk It over with you. Phone Malh 34. or call at our ' 1
. office.' , '' '
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Six passenger trains dally. Electric
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