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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1907)
yZS OUR PRICED HAVE FALLEN, BUT THEY
HAVE NOT FALLEN ON JHIPPEDIN "FAKE"
TUFF. THEY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE
HAVE LEFT OF THE REGULAR LINEJ OF .
GOOD MERCHANDISE. IT S IMP0J-5IBLE; YOU
KNOW, TO BUY JUST EXACTLY WHAT YOU
ARE GOING To 5ell and NO more, what
WE HAVE LEFT OF OUR WINTER GOODS WE
SHALL SELL AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES.-
MEN'S SWTS THAT WERE $10 To
$12 NOW $6.75
CHILDREN'S TWo PIECE SUITS AND
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS, HALF PRICE
MEN'S $2 AND $2.25 SHOES,
$1.50 COTTON BLANKETS,
15C LADIES' BLACK HoSE,
25C LADIES' WooL Hose,
JSJC MISSES' HEAVY RIBBED HoSE
OVTfS AND ENDS IN UNDERWEAR
NOW HALF PRICE
$2 AND $2.25 LADIES'. SHOES, "NOW $1.45
$3 LADIES' SHOES ,' NOW 1.98
6 1-4C OUTING FLANNEL NOW .04
IOC OUTING FLANNEL NOW ' .07
LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS WORTH $5 2.45
.ALL $10, $12 AND $15 LADIES
TAILORED SUITS, NOW 6.75
ALL $18 AND $20 LADIES
TAILORED JVIT.5 NOW 9.75
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
COATS AT ABOUT ONE HALF PRICE
LADIES' SHORT COATS VALUE To
$15, NOW 89C TO 2.98
$7.75 HEATING STOVES NOW 6.50
$9 HEATING STOVES NOW 7.f0
$15 HEATING STOVES NOW 11.50
OTHER GRADES IN SAME PROPORTION
CARPET SWEEPERS, ODDS AND ENDS IN
DISHES AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
1308, 13 10, 13 12 ADAMS AVENUE
LARGEST STOCK SMALLEST PRICES
OYSTER COCKTAILS AND
For Ladies and Gentlemen only
WILL BE OPE EVENINGS
TUAT Ckia is mot tup
ONLY THING THAT FALLS
OUR PRICES ARE COMING
DOUN ON SOfAE Of OUR
VERY BEST 1ALUES.WE
DOtfT WANTWWY LEFT
OVERS O.ICTPR .
UNTIL AFTER THE SHOW j
E. A. Gearle, of Wallowa, is atiusiness
v si'or in La G de today.
J. C. Waetherly of Joseph was ' a La
Grands visitor last evening.
Rev C E Paal is in Union today visit
itg his Brother of that city.
Mr and Mrs W B Bach of lmb!er were
in the city th,s morning.
Cecil Calloway of Elgin transacted
business in the Land Office this morning
Frank Smith of the G M i S jcmpan
of Elgin was a business visitor - in La
Grande this mornijig.. ' '
Mrs. J. W. Eirls andjchildren Jeft thie
morning for Union to visit -friends for a
week. . ' ' w
C. W. Lyman is in (Portland this week
attending a meeting of Oregon Friit
J. H. Stevens will return tonight from
Pendleton where he is visiting relatives
en route from Portland to this city.
Miss Maude Brass?!, who is cashier .at
the French restaurant in Pendleton, ar
rived in the city last evening to spend a
week with her parents. ' ' -
Conductor O'Hara of the La Grande
freight division of the 0. R. & N is qn
...d . www. w. on . .arn.,riri puaor.ggf t un
for a few days. .
N. K. West returned this morning fro-n
Portland where he went with his daugh
ter Miss Ada, who returned ,to her studies
in a Portland school. . '
miss may vvmie or ia urande, is in
the city today visiting with Miss Julia
Downey. She is on her way to Walla
Walla, where she will resume her studies
in music.--Pendleton E. 0. .
Dr. J. T. LeFevre. late removed to Sum
merville where he is now building up a
desirable business, was an Observer cal
ler this afternoon, and reported business
growing in his r.ew location.
Judge Crawford It ft last "night for
Baker City. It is quite possbila that he
will arrange to have Judge Smith of
Baker assist him in the coming term of
the circuit court in such cases as Judge
Crawford was interested as an attorney ,
prior to his appointment.
J. L. Johnson, who for .several weeks
has been messenger he'per on the 0. R.
St N.. between this city and Huntington,
h.is resigned his position and left this
morning for Portland. His successor, G.
D. Johnson, arrived last evening from
Portland and made his initial trip today.
Francis Gilman, of Summerville, who
was suffering from a supporation in his
eft foot joint since about four months
underwent an operation in tbe hospital in
this city today. The operation, which
consisted chiefly in the resection of a part
of the affected joint, was performed bv
Dr. Moormeister under the assistance of
Dr. Lefevre of Summerville.
Jap H, Stevens of La Grande, a pioneer
newspaper man with whom the ' Frank C.
Baker worked in early days, is in the city
today on nis return from Portland, where
he attcrded the funeral of Mr. Baker. Mr.
Stevens is vis.ting his father-in-law, G.
W. Webb, former'y state treasurer, and
Mr. and Mr. Frank' Frazier. Mr. Wehb
and Georga W. McBrida. who was sacre-
iary ui siatt u mo i.we Mr. Baker was
of t.ia'. state
are the only living members'!
Chub Present was arrested this morn-
I ir.j charged with Urcency in a store.
The trial.wiil cjme otT this afternoon at
jfour c'ciock before Justice John E Houh.
j As r.iar as we can gat at the facts it
' seoir.i tint Prescott in some manner be
j came ;osesvr of a purse, property of
! Herry tieiinere. which
' contain avjut $40.
was supposed, ti
STOP the WAGON
GET A PIE
Oi;r wagon loaded with
FRESH BREAD and
r mo i tih Y will call at
your door each morning.
Sjiuiays Excepted. Vith
a lull assortment of
a'! i At voj
W 1 v
c orders ijiven our
Phone Black 161
J.B. WH1TEMAN &SON
THEY LIKE LA GRANDE
'After visiting the county court house.
the citv's schools and ldokir.gr over the
valley and city in a casual way, yesterday
W. E. Stoddard, who is one of a party cf
seven Couer D' Alene citizens that are
transacting business at the Land Office,
last evening.expressed himself as being
very highly pleased with the city La
Grande. "You have a splendid little
city" said the visitor, "I went thru your
courthouse and seldom' have I met a
mure pleasing set of county officials.
Your business men and in fact your entire
city has made a favorable impsession, on
me and my party." Mr. Stoddard is
leading paint and paper man of bis city.
A UNION COUNTY COMPOSER '
I he Ubserver acknowledges a very
pleasant call this morning from Mr. James
0. Chumos, who resides at Elgin. Mr.
Chumos is in the city today to "Tile his
final papers of naturalization and tran
sact other business matters. By birth he
is a Greek, but for the past number of
years has been a resident of the United
States, and has, by close application and
hard study been able to acquire a college
education in English. He is a writer of
ab lity, a lecturer of more than passing
notice, and a composer of songs and
music of considerable moment. His last
two produstions, "I Love To Think .of
Jesus' "Name", and "The Sad Fate of San
Francisco". - copies of which were left
with the editor, are especially pleasing
and bear evidence of high musical and
BAKER COUNTY COURT
- The Panhandle, which used to be a
portion of Union county, is furnishing
Baker county an unusual porportion of
criniininal work at the present session of
the Baker county circuit court, in the
trill of Ira Brown and Alex Widdowson,
who are" charged with the murder of
Willard Moody, also the trial of Dr. Roy
Fuller of Eagle Valley, charged with the
manslaughter, who attended Mrs. David
Gover, a young' girl who married about
one month later. She died and her hus
band and Fuller were arrested and placed
M COY IS CONVALESCENT
Mrs. J. W. McCoy ind daughter returned
this morning from Portland," where their
son and brother, D. P. McCoy, is . conva
lescent in the St. Vincent hospital, after
seriousnjuries received at Umatilla some
time ago. Mrs. McCoy stated today, that
last Saturday the cast was, removed from
the broken limb, and that by the first of
next month.-Pat would again be with his
La Grande friends.
LADIES' DAY WEDNESDAY V
Next Wednesday afternoon, the Noys
Skating F.'mk will be open to ladies only
and on that afternoon ladies can assemble
there and enjoy the excellent facilities
which the rink affords. Regularly, week
ly, the entire rink building is. fumigated to
prevent possible contagion, so there is
scarcely any possibility of desease germs
Lodge No. 7703 Modern Woodmen of
America last evening installed the follow
F. B. Currey, consul; E. C. Davis, ad
visor; C. S. Wiifiams. clerk; A. J.Warren,
banker; Chas. Disqua. sentinel; S. R.
Haworth. watchmar.; J. A. Arbuckle,
manager; J. w. harls.escort; Dr. Biggers,
COLDEST SINCE NOVEMBER
Lait night, announces Observer W. A.
Worste'l. the max:mum drop of the mer
cury was 8 degrets above zero. This is
the lowest drop sir.ca November, when
the mercury went a -vn to five above.
ARE YOU PROTECTED?
A' you protect :.-g yrur wife and babies
by prov.dir.g ready c-:.sn for them in case
of your death? Look up the Modern
Woodmen cf America. It is cheapest.
i ... . ...
j u 'in or our rational banks are un
. usually busy today. This boing their date
I of their anr.u.it tnceti-.g and their respec
j tive bcjrds are gjing over their year's
I work. As this has been an exceptional
(prosperous year for both institutions their
I reports wiil r.ecessinly show an increas
ed andrrof.tabia business.
VA FLEASANT PARTY
The military ball given last evening by
Company L.. 0. N. Q. was a very pleas
ant dancing party, and while a large num
ber of dancers were on the floor, there
was none of the crowding that usually
follows a large crowd, for the reason that
the armory hll Is so spacious. Thomas'
orchestra, playing in the balcony, dis
persed the usual good music.
I FINE STEEL RANGES!
If you are going to buy a steel range, come and ex
- amine our celebrated Majestic range. Itw'sur:
sK aWhe small amount of fuel they consume
and ive perfect satisfaction. I also have a few
heata 51 left This is the time when you need them
Do not forget about carriage heaters. They will
keep your feet warm on a long drive.
2 Hardware 'and
LOOKING IP DATA
Samuel G. Ruegg. pastor in the Stock
bridge, Wisconsin, Congregational church,
is in the city today procuring data for an
exhaustive article on beets.' The pastor
is on a three-months, vacation and in that
,....ni A In riannHn and the
west. He is now in La Grande and has
secured his material for a write-up on
beets and other lines which expound' the
virtues of thjs state, which will appear in
the "Louisiana Planter" the leading beet
periodical of the world. When the issue
in which this article will appear is pub
lished, it will contain cuts and data with
regards to the beet sugar factory in this
Mr. Ruegg arrived last evening and may
possibly remain in La Grande for several
devs: Ha has traveled extensively ana
is his personal impression of La urande
and Oregon at large, will appear in a
future issue cf the papers he represents.
The Northwest Farmer, Wisconsin Beet
and the Chilon Times, are the other
papers which he contributes to.
FIRST OFFICIAL ACT
The first official act of ' Judge Thomas
H. Crawford was the granting decree
of the following divorce cases Joseph
Anson vs. Fannie Anson and F. H. Ows
ley vs. Hattie Owsley.
IN; ' K.
Every Article in the
To prepare for this great Sale the store
be closed Wednesday January 2.
Sale Commences Thursday, Jan. 3 j
and closes on Saturday, February 2 I
ONE CAN'T HELP MANY
MANY CAN HELP ONE
So the next sack of.
flour you buy tell your,
dealer to send you that
Guarrenteed Kind that
reads LaGrande Milling
Go. on the sack. Just
order from any grocer
you wish, tney all
handle it, and if you
should ever get a poor
sack tell us, we are ,
right here on the groune
to ajust it with you.