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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1907)
that jnow is not the
ONLY THING THAT PALLS
TUI S TME Of THE YEAR
OUR PRICES ARE COMING
DCWN ON SOME OF OUR
VERY BEST VA WES. WE
DONT WANTVANY LEFT
OVERS L rctpij .
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5 O-'T-J -STROWTifcf '
;VEJ OUR. PRICED HAVE FALLEN, BUT THEY
HAVE NOT FALLEN ON .SHIPPED: IN "FAKE"
JTVrf. THEY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE
HAVE LEFT OF THE REGULAR. LINEJ OF
COOD mER-CKANPiot. IT 1-5 IMPoJJIbLE, YOU
KNOW, TO BUY JU-5T EXACTLY WHAT YOU
AR.E GOING To -5ELL AND No MORE. WHAT
WE -HAVE LEFT OF OUR WINTER GOODS WE
f HALL ,5 ELI AT THE FOLLOWING PRICE-5:
MEN' J JUITJ THAT WERE 10 To
, 2 NOW $6.7-5
CHILDREN'- TWO PIECE JUITJ AND
BOY S- LONG PANT-5 S)TS, HALF PRICE
MEN' J $2 AND $2.25 JHoEJ, NOW $1.45
$J. 50 COTTON BLANKET NOW .96
$J.25 COMFORTER, -v I NOV .?Q
J5C LADIEJ' BLACK HoJE, NOW .08
25C LADIES' WOOL HOJE, NOW .16
JSC MIJJE' HEAVY RIBBED HoJE .OS
ODDJ AND ENDJ IN UNDERWEAR
NOW HALF PRICE
$2 AND $2.25 LADIEJ' JHOEJ, NOW $1.45
$3 LADIEJ' SHOES NOW 1.96
6 1-4C OUTING FLANNEL NOW .04
JOC OUTING FLANNEL NOW .07 '
LADIEJ' WALKING -5KIRTJ WORTH $5 2.45
ALL $10, $12 AND $15 LADIEJ'
TAILORED SUITS, NOW 6.75
ALL $16 AND $20 LADIES'
TAILORED SJTS NOW 9.75
LADIES, mSSES' AND CHILDREN'
COAT.S AT ABOUT ONE HALF PRICE
LADIES' .SHoRT CoAT.5 VALUE To
$ 1 5, NOW 69C TO 2.98
$7.75 HEATING .SToVE.5 NOW 6 50
$9 HEATING .5T0VE.S Nov 7.50
$15 HEATING JT0VE.S NOW 11.50
OTHER GRADEJ IN .SAME PROPORTION
CARPET .SWEEPERS, ODDJ AND END-5 IN
DI.SHE.S AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICED.
1308. 1310. 1312 ADAMJ AVENUE
LARGEST STOCK -SMALLEST PRICED
OYSTER COCKTAILS AND
F or Ladies and Gentlemen only
WILL BE OPEN EVENKGS UNTIL AflER THE SHOW
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; LOCAL ITEMS" j
ftera lona and serious illness.
' Wi!son is again tsen on the street.
' R H Atkinson rUurntd last
1 from a bminess trip to Un;on.
, J H.'Lieshman left this morning
8- ker City on a brief visit. ' ;
j Mrs. Dr. Easleylof Elgin visi'td
; G 'ande th;s morning. )
j Gi.-CoTrs was over frnm E'gin last
' n' jilt, transacting business.
G M aid J. E. Gilkisan and H 9. Ran-
k n of North Powder, were county seat
v si'ors in the city last night.
I !s. M.and W. Miles of Lostir.e arri - d
in the city test .tvening' far a business
R. E. Trill, who is interested in the
, Elgin Planing Mill Company, was a visitor
' in the city tnis morning.
Frank Phy is transacting business in
i Pendleton. He will return tomorrow
County Assessor J, H. Morton is in
Portland attending the assessors' conven
tion which is in session In the metrop
olis. .' -; '
David E. Johnson of Salem is visiting
his brother F. E. Johnson of this city.
Mr. Johnson will likely locate in La
II. C. Cotner
daughter. Miss June, left last evening for
Portland where Miss Cotner will seek
improvement for her ill health.
!.. i ...
miss Daisy wnitiow lert last evening
for Portland where she is attending
school. She will visit friends at The
Dalles enroute. .
Rev. W. H. Gibson pastor of the La
Grande Baptist church left this morning
for Pardteton where ha will remain a
wesk assisting in protracted meetings.
Attorney Chas. Murphy of Baker City
came tnis morning to defend R. R. Kelly
who is be ng triedlthis afternoon charged
with resisting an officer.
Mr Olson of Palouse, Washington, and
who is staying at Hot Lake for a week,
was a visitor in the city last night with
E. Polack'. Hi returned to the Lake this
J. r. -ampbeilcf Milton, is now employ
ed witn the Easterbay Bridge company.
and is placing a large steel bridge on the
Urande Round river in Union county for
that company. He left for La Grande
last evening to resume his work after a
few days at his home at Miltort. Pendleton
Try a pail from Stillwell & Company.
Strictly pure hog
Phone Main 16. ,
fat, no adulteration
STOP the WAGON
GET A PIE
Our wagon loaded with
FRESH BREAD and
PASTERY will call at
your door each morning,
Sundays Excepted, with
a full assortment of
Bakery Goods. You see
what you buy and
what you see. ' A
Phone orders given
Phone Black 161
Mrs. W. w. Berry arrivsd last evening
from Pendieton and will visit fr.ends i i
tnis city for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs.
Btrry were recently removed from this
city to Ps-idleton'here Mr. Berry is now
LADD (AHYCil I RMS :
"' MY. and Mrs.' Henry Poebler gave a
dance last Friday which was . very well
attended. Thdte that wont all said they
had a good time.
Mrs W ,. Graham, who went to Baker
Ci'-y lo attend the funeral of her aunt,
Mrs. Amanda Bo a man, is home again.
Miss Kate Harmon is now In Bdker
Cit visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Corge Harmon. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crossen and son
Lester have moved to La Grande. ,
Mrs. John Green came - down from
Payette, Idaho to visit relatives. .
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Couch last Fri
day afternoon celebrated their crystal
weddirg at their. The hast and hostess
received their friends in honor : of the
fourteenth anniversary of their wedding
day,: 'After an enjoyable hour, the guests
entered the dining room Where a beauti
fully set table awaited them. . Those pre
sent ware: .Mesdames and Messrs, F S
Sherwood, Fred Braden. E T Peebler,
C A Peterson, Frank Counsell.
Miss Ellen Stevens spent Sunday with
Miss Essa Winn of Hot Lake.
The next literary meeting will be called
toorder.Jan.il. Ar. interesting pro-
;ro.m w;!! cs re.-.dsres.
FINE STEEL RANGES !
If you are going to buy a steel range, come and ex
amine our celebrated Majestic range. It is sur
prising at the small amount of fuel they consume
and give perfect satisfaction. I also have a Jew
heaters 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.
Hardware and Ranges
I J.B.WHITEMAN &SON
Rough Dry j
: Family Washing j
we wash, starch and dry
your clothes and iron all
the flat pieces. You do
the rest. While we are
awaiting the arrival of
our machinery we would
be pleased to call and ex
plain our method, give
you prices, ect. Phone
mornings to Main 78
CHERRY'S NEW LAUNDRY
. suMMf.Rvii.iE sittings
Martin Jarnagin, who has been visiting
in this community for the past two weeks,
returned to hit home at lola, Idaho, Mon
GuyHobson, of La Grande, was a call
er in our town last week.
Lulu Fowler is pow suffering from an
attack of la grippe.
Elma Mills, who has spent the past few
months in Colfax, Washington, returned
Rev. Mochell.of the Presbyterian church
eft Monday for Woodburn. Oregon, where
he will take up the work there as pastor
of the Presbyterian church. He leaves on
account of his 'lealth. His many friends
are grieved to see him leave.
Christina Vanderpool, who has been on
the sick list for the past few days, is re
ported some better at present. .
Mr. Fowler, the Summerville shoemak
er, has a first class shoe machine which
he received last week. He is fixed to do
any kind of shoe work.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany,
who has been quite low with pneumonia.
slowly recovering. Mr. Tiffany ar
rived last Wednesday from Nampa. Idaho.
Mrs. Wehyte and children of Portland.
are vis ting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Rogers, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilman and son, Francis,
left Monday for La Grande, where they
go to have an operation performed on
Ross Irwin of this city was transacting
business in La Grande last week.
L.0I5. uie nttie aaugnter or wr. ani Mrs.
Mike Royes, who has been quite ill for
the past week, is reported better at pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Erney of Pumpkin Ridge,
were' transacting business in this city
Alex McKenzie returned to Pendleton
Saturday, where he will resume his stud
ies at thb Pendleton Business College.
Arleigh Larmore relumed home Satur
day from La Grande.
Mr. A Lanman ncl son William returned
home Monday evening where Mr. Lan
man went to visit n s daughter Mr. Fred
Mr. Needham returned home Saturday
after a month's absence.
The recital civ r, hire Jdnmrv 4 was
I well attended. S.,.nm?rv:ile Knows how
j to appreciate a treat I.ke that when they
j set a chance, which is not often for they
I are few and far between.
j GRANGE ITtMS
lhetirange of Oregon are following
out tne idea of -See America first" in
their program for this year.
The following is the program of Blue
Mountain Grange for Saturday Jan. 19:
Roll Call. "Historic People and Places of
Sorg, "Do not Mortgage the Farm"
By the Grange.
cssiy. nenry Wadsworth Longfellow,
Mrs. J W McAlister.
Recitatio" Grace Grout
Symposium. "The City of Boston"
Mrs. W F Gekeler
Instrumental Solo Bessie Ragain
Adcress, "Natural beauty and Com
nitrcial valus of the r -.rs of New
E"8iand' CD Huffman
Paper. Harvard College ... Mabel Anson
Discussion. "T.,e People's Lobby"
Edward Jasper. Fred Huffman
Song .Ethel Huffman, Reba Williamson
Select Reading Mrs. Fraker
Discussion. The Legislative problems of
today R Jasper. W J Mc Alister
Select Reading -p stein
Essay, "Salt" ... Joseph Anson
The Blue Mountain Grange Bulletin ...
The special meetings at the Presbyter
ian church are erowing in interest. Dr.
Seemann preached a splendid sermon last
night, taking his text from John (lth
chapter nd 8th ve. His theme was "Our
Conception of God." He showed that it
was our conception of God that determines
our conduct and the type of our religious
ilfv. H V4fiVU Uu tiulu by ti3 VuftCMo
theories that men have held of God in the
different ages. Continuing, the speaker
spoke of the many ways that God had re
vealed Himself to the world and how we
can know Him. He closed by pointing
out how God was seeking men and calling
them to come to Him. 1
Mr. C. E. Cochran won all hearts by
singing the beaotiful solo "Grace Enough
For Me", which had a tender influence on
Dr. Seemann will speak tonight on "The
Power of Love." All are invited to come
and bring their friends.
In this city at 8:30 p. m. Wednesday,
Jan. 9th 1907, at the Presbyterian Manse
Mr. J. B. Smith and MissClara Stoll were
united in marriage by the Rev. E. E'
Hays. Both of the young people are well
known in this city and receiving congratu
lation from their many friends. ' They wil
make this city their home.
0E CAN'T HELP MANY
but 1 ft
MANY CAN HELP ONE
So the next sack in
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. .
In. k. west!
I Eighth Annual!
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To prepare for this great Sale the store will
be closed Wednesday January 2.
Sale Commences Thursday, Jan. 3
and closes on Saturday, : February 2 5
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