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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1905)
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NEWS OF THE GREATEST POSSIBLE INTcREST TO ALL
THE FAIR'S ENTIRE STOCK .OF READY MADE GOODS
CONSISTING OF LADIES SUITS AND COATS. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS
AND DRESSES, MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS. AND LADIES' SHIRT
WAISTS AM) HATS, 'AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES OF ABSORTIMG
INTEREST CO ON .
22 LADIES' FLANNEL WAISTS
All of this season', best and newest waist, in all color.,
plain and in plaids, extraordinary value at
$1.50 and $1.75
v Your choice during this tale at
! 50 Men's Coats and Vests
Worth $8 50. $9 00 nd $10 50.
In chevioU, finished and unfinished worsted, strictly all
IB -J i tWim fl sal
SALE FOR TEN DAYS ENDING DECEMBER 14
LADIES' SUITS COATS AND JACKETS .
Sweeping reduction, phenominal values, unrqualed opportunities
Fcr those who have suit or coat needs, we might say the opportunity of a lifetime, for
never before were strictly new and up-to-date euitt offered at such prices. Don't hesi
tate, don't doubt, don't take OUR word for it; come and SEE. Your expectation will be
more than fulfilled. There are suit of all kinds. Suit, of all kind., suits for all people
no reserve every tuit and coat in our mammoth stock idcluded in this great sale.
$10.00 Coats for $7 29
12.00 and $12.50 coats 8 19
13 50 Coats for 8.39
9 00 6.59
25 Children's Jackets, choice 98c
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Again The Fair (.doing thing, in the men', clothing department. We
carry the Kir.chbaum guaranteed line of men', .u.t. and overcoat.. The
line is .econd to none in the market, made in their own factory (the larg
est in the world) by competent workmen, and warranted free from im
perfection in goods or make. .
Note Pricos-We make them less than you can obtain for Sweat Shop
I lot regular $10 Suit $7.35
$12 and $12.50
12.00 and $12.50
13 50 " 14.00
16.00 Over Oats
18.00 and 18.50
$10.50 Coat a'd Vtit $4-85 Reg. $6.00 Ovr r Coats 3.98
2peciai Let of nuts' mid worsted Dresses . ya J , $.50 io $3
M l i.
"hts THi (iRFAT SAlE. CHOICE 50c
I BOYS' SUITS AT UNMATCH-
Our Boy'. Suit Department ha. been brimful of bar-
X gain, all fall, but for the next ten day. It will be running
. .... . . v
over with pnenomenai values, usi wm do jwm
uit now. ' V '
$8.00 Boy'. Suit. age. 8 to 8 good assortment to
choose from In all wanted material .. this
great sal ,-- -
; ; $4.00 and $4.60 Suits, age S to 8 .!
! $5.00 to $3.26 Suit. t...
' ' $6.00 Long Pant. Suit.
$6.oo " "
$7.60 " " "
$8.00 a'- .V.."........
etc etc etc
AH Ladies' Hats Half Price
When we My all, we mean every hat in our stock.
When we ay HALF PRICE it means less than you can.
buy the same hat for anywhere in the country a. we
never have figured within 26 of v regular milliner,
prices on our ladies hats. r-
LADIES' UNDERWEAR VALUES
OF GREATEST MERIT
Half Wool Ladies' Underwear the suit thi. sale $1.10
Non-shrinking Pant and vest, thi sal I 58C
LOT MEN'S FANCY VESTS
in ihgle and double breasted, neat and dressy Qfi
-patterns, worth regular $3.00 and $3.60 choice pi.yvj
$1.00 Men' Wool Underwear ; 7 99.
$1.26 Men'. Shirt . 48c
$1.26 Men' Wool Underwear 98c
$1.60 Men' Wool Sweater ......... .. - - 98c
60 and 60c Men and Boy' Cap..,- !.... 39c
26 and 66c Men and Boy' Cap ... 19c
i LADIES' WAISTS
AH at taving price look, and price where you will
these price have never been matched.
Special lot, 60c to $1.28 waist...-.....! Z5C
Special lot $1.60 to $2.00 Flannel WaisU thi
BOYS and YOUNG
Boy's Reefer regular $3.60 to $4.26
values, this sale
$5.00 " -
$6.00 i "
$7.60 . - 1..: ..."
$3.00 :. -
$9.60 - -
$12.00 " -
. I 3.95
W do not ask you to trade her because you love us
but it is your duty to yourself, to your family and to your
purse to trad where your dollar will do you the greatest
good. A careful comparison will prove to you that you
great Ml. ...... i JS can save money it you trao witn u. .
IS MADE BY TAKING
Especially through the i
Our fyv.lr I rnTfttV with harui
iom dttkt. comforUbia rockart. X
drttMit, tidb&rdt. Iron btd J
rugs, t U combing with btuty Z
- Pictures and Mouldings .
. .. ' ... w . ,. v ' , ;
Chart. Dana Qibson ha ceased to produce thee fin drawing, for which
he wa noted, we have a number of hi handiwork In tock. , Rembrant
water color and Carbon Arittotype make handsom ornament. Framing
dona her that 1 jet a artistio a the picture themselves. ,
Eldridg and New Royal Sewing machine are carried her
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ADCOOK & HARRIS,
La Grande Evening O&server
MONDAY, DECEMBER 11,1905
Published daily except on Sunday
On year In advance $6.60
Six month in advance .;.......... 8.60
Pr month. .;.;..h......... ,...... .. 66
Single eopy...r.....'....'..;..v.J. 6e
ft a.illerl with the He of pleasing e?ery dealer' high
class trade-custo" who appreciate quality. The
um of the Piour flouring Mill Co. guarantees re
liability tod highest grr.de in every iack of Cour
varinglthe White Rose bruud.
u Pioneer Flouring Mill Co. S
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Entered at the Pott Office at La Grand.
Oregon, a Second Clas Matter. !
CURREY . BROS, ED S' AND PROP
IMaplar A4 mtes ItoataiMa epos aimiieation
uom, per ilae lot emeu eabee,al laser
'aolDUiHWarooadotoM, je er Uae,
eras e4 Utuki. a per lie.
Several year ago when land began
telling for $40 per acre many thought
the value had reached high water mark.
Today our beat wheat land I. selling any
where from $40 to $68 and it will not be
long when the price of land, that can be
irrigated will be marketing at $100 or
better per acre. It I true that wheat
cannot be profitably grown on $100 acre
land but the fact are, most any crop will
onng better return than wheat, not
withstanding the fact that our wheat
yields are far in excess of the western
portion of the state and ha been
thoroughly demonstrated in thi vally,
that on our very best land, families can
live comfortably on ten or fifteen acre
and in time there will be one or more
familiee on every forty acre tract of thi
class of land.
previou year, they get card, just why
they are scared is not apparent Th
coming of that number of perons mean,
a large addition to our home market.
The monthly eummary of commerce
and finance Issued by the United States
bureau of statistics, gives th value of
th par capita consumption of articles
that constitute what w call living ex
penses In the United State, not including
rents and traveling eipenses. From th
figures therein give it cost each pron
in theUnitad States for thing consumed
in on year $100.608.. At thi rata th
1,036,491 immigrant to the United
State in the year will coneuma, and to
that extant increased our horn market, In
a year at present prices .of things r con
sumed, stuffs of th valu of $103,966,-
1S8. , I ---
Th item that go to make up the total
valu of things consumed by each person
n the United State in a year made up
from the price of thinft on September
1st 1908 are a follow:
The ice harvest will toon be in full blast
if thi weather keep up vry much
Where people read in the last annual
report of Mr Frank P. Sargent. United
State Commissioner of Immigration,
that for the year ending June 80th. 1 905
the immigration to the United State wa
1,026 491 a larger number than in any
iron products, and minor metals, tin, lead, j
copper, etc Miscellaneous article In
clude lumber, lath, brick, lime, glass,
turpentine, hemp, linseed oil, paints
fertilizer, and drug.
'From th above, allowing twenty per
cent increase .for manufacturing and
retailing th article consumed the per
capita annual consvmption of each immi
grant would" be $120.37 and the total
cost to the 1.026.491 immigrant, that
C1 to live w't.h u In th stir would be
ee aiAMiwo U... '9U'89'85I$
nothing in thi increase to our home mar
ket to be scared it,. .
Bread stuff of all kind
Meat all kinds
Dairy and garden products ...
Metals : ;.
G. E. FOWLLR
Wood and Coal
Total : 100 808
Th abov does not give the retail
prices of the classes named but rather
the cost of the raw material out of which
they are subsequently made. To illus
trate) the general term "bread stuffs" the
cost of which is found by taking many
quotation, of the price wheat, corn, oats,
rye, barley, bean, and pea at th leading
market in th United State. The term
meat and th per capita cost thereof
consumed for the year is found by taking
th price of live hogs, beef, theep, lard,
tallow, etc, at the leading markets.
Dairy and gardens include vegetables,
fruits, milk, butter, cheese, etc.
The term other food, includas fish,
liquors, condiments, sugar, rice, tobacco,
etc. Clothing covers the raw material
and it. price at the leading market, out
of which clothes of all kinds are made.
wool, silk, rubber, hides, leather, boots
and shoes. Metals include pig iron and
and par.ially manufactured and finished
A Well Known Core for Pile.
Cures obstinate sores, chapped hands, ec
zema, skin diseases. Makes burns and scald,
painless. We could nol Improve the quality
II paid double the price. The best salve
that experience can produce or that money
Cures Piles Permanently
DeWltt's Is the original and only pure and
genuine Witch Hazel Salve made. Look foi
the name DeWITT on every box. All others
are counterfeit, mihuiiosv
S. C. DeWITT 4 CO., CHICAQO.
A. T. HILL. Druggist
' PHONE 1611
All order given prompt attention
Under new management. 7,.
Board and Room $6 per week, ' cash.
Meals 26 cts. Special rate furnish
Monthly patron. No. 1417 Adam Av.
Phon No. 1161. j
Mr. W. E. Murchison, proprietress
Fall vegetables of all kinds at '
the lowest current prices. Our
apples are especially full from
60c to $1.00 a box. E dollar
box gets you the best apple, to
found in town. . ,
Watch for our new wagon which
goes by your door daly.
SEATTLE O tOCERY COMPANY
ZUNDEL & LAWSON.
Heady For Busiuess
WITH A FILL LIME OF FEED, HAY AMD GRAIN
W. are ready to buy all kind, of hay and grain, and pay th. highe.t '
. . . Slater Buildm2 fr4;fi)J
JEFFERSON AVE Main 57-