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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1907)
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YE J, OUR PRICED HAVE FALLEN, BUT THEY
HAVE NOT FALLEN ON SHIPPED JH "FAKE"
-STUFF. THEY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE
HAVE LEFT OF THE P.EGl'LAP. LINE 5 OF
GOOD MERCHANDISE. IT S IMPOSSIBLE, Yol
KNOW, TO BUY JUST EXACTLY WHAT YOU
ARE GOING To SELL AND No MORE. WHAT
WE HAVE LEFT OF OUR WINTER GOODS WE
SHALL SELL AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
MEN'S SUITS THAT WERE $10 To
' N9W 6-75
CHILDREN'S TWO PIECE SUITS AND
; n BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS, HALF PRICE
MEN'S $2 AND $2.25 SHOES, NOW $1.45
$1.50 COTTON BLANKETS, NOW .96
$1.25 COMFORTER, , NOW .36
l'5C LADIES' BLACK HoSE, NOW ,06
25C LADIES' WOOL HoSE, NOW' .16
15C MISSES' HEAVY RIBBED HoSE .06
ODDS AND ENDS IN UNDERWEAR
; NOW HALF PRICE
$2 AND $2.25 LADIES' SHOES, NOW $1.45
$3 LADIES' SHOES NOW 1.96
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 SJTS, NOW 6. 75
, ALL $16AND $20 LADIES'
' TAILORED SUITS NOW 3.75
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
COATS AT ABOUT ONE HALF PRICE
LADIES' SHORT COATS VALUE To
$15, NOW 69C TO 2.96
$7.75 HEATING STOVES NOW 6.50
$9 HEATING STOVES NOW 7.50
$15 HEATING STOVES NOW 11.50
OTHER GRADES IN SAME PROPORTION
CARPET SWEEP.ERS, ODDS AND ENDS IN
DISHES AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
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1306, 13 10, 13 12 ADAMS AVENUE
LARGEST STOCK SMALLEST PRICES
OYSTER COCKTAILS AND
For Ladies and Gentlemen only
WILL BE OPEN EVEMCS UNTIL AFTER THE SHOW
AT CmM. 1 Kf AT TUP
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OMLYTHlNd THAT FALLS
THIS TME OF THE YEAR,
OUR PRICES ARE COMING
BEST. VALVES. WE
DOMT WANTjJW LEFT
OVERS k Oi
Commercial Club dance tonight
Ed Kidd re urned th:a morning from
a busnese trip to Portland.
Mils Maggie Synhorst left yesterday for
Spskane for a week' visit.
Conductor Jake Culling left this morn
irg far a v sit in Portland.
R. A Stori of Pendleton is a visitor in
La 3rande today.
Frank Pny returned last evening from
Pendleton where he has been transacting
W. J, Spencer and S. P. Spencer of
La Grande were business visitors in
Eaker City yesterday. Heraid.
Don Rucxman, the Alicel merchant
transacted business in the city this morn
C. R. Thirnton, who has been in Bake
City for several days doing profile work
for the irrigation project on the Minam,
returned home last evening.
Jno. W. Pennington ank wife are spend
hg the day visiting with George L. Clea
ver. The Pennington's are from Colorado
Springs and are on their way to Spokane
where they expect to locate
C. M. Humphrey of Elgin is a guest to-
Jajr iwi Ctljr ivewuiuttl I. Iv. GiiiAjit. iui
Humphrey was formerly connected with
the Elgin planing mill. The two men at
tended school together as boys "back east
Dr. Moore, the osteopath, leaves to
night for Portland to attend the Oregon
State Osteopathic Association which
meets in the metropolis tomorrow for its
annual session. The doctor will read
paper before the meeting.
0. E. Harper returned yesterday from
Sumpter where he had been on creamery
business. He reports that snow is four
feet deep in the streets of Sumpter,' but
nevertheless the city among the mount
ains is pickng up from its overbooming
of a few years ago and business is again
on a substantial footing and on the in
H. M. Pettitt of Portland t ta the city
and w;.. address the rreettrg of the W.
0. W. tonight. Installation and mtaSors
will be held and all members should he
i.Srrfi.pe S wt AjaocUHOft)
Chicago. Jan. 1 1 - Wheat weened at 75 "4
closed at 7S': sore opened at 43 .
closed at 43: cay acar.vi at 35'.
losed at 36 V
STOP the VVACO
a N 0
GET A PIE
Our wagon loaded with
FRESH BREAD and
PASTERY will call at
your dcor each morning,
Sundays Excepted, with
a full assortment of
Bakery Goods. You see
what you buy and buy
what you see. A trial
Phone orders given our
Phone Black 161
- ----- THE ------
J.B. WH1TEMAN &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
J awaiting the arrival of ;
2 our machinery we would j
2 be pleased to call and ex- j
2 plain our method, give ;
2 you prices, ect. Phone, 2
2 mornings to Main 78 2
j (MERRY'S NEW LAUNDRY j
MAYOR .SI0DDA2D 10 BE ARRESTED
A warrant was issued Ih.s afternoon
by City Recorder Snook for the arrest of
Mayor J. d. Stoddard upon tne informa
tion filed by F. L. Mayers, charging the
mayor witn violation sec. 4 of s ordinance
No. 216, series 1836, to prevent the
spread of contageous diseases. Without
copying the entire ii formation, tne facts
are thai tne home of the Mayor is under
quarantine on theadv.ee of ms physician
and the mayor is charged with violating
quarantine regulation by not remainirg
at home and ' circulating among the
It is remarkable from this distar.ee to
understand the condition whereby it was
re pessary to close one of the public
scnools in Seattle on account of a fuel
famine. An there are large coal mines
near brattle and wjods witmn tne city
limits, it looks queer from this distance,
but we presume the directors are not in
the wood business and cauld not secure it
in the ordinary channels. .
PfltffER HELD OVER
The trial of State versus Pfieffer was
heard yesterday afternoon before Justice
Hough. The defendant who hails from
Kamela was arraigned on a charge of
assault with a dange.ojs weapon and
was bound over to the circuit court.
FORESTERS ATTENT ON
1 ne marling night has oeun cnanged to
Wednesday night and the piace of meet
ing to the Elks hall. All Foresters will
please not overlook this change.
C J Scriber, Fin. Sec.
LABOR SCARCITY 1.1 MONTANA
(Scrlppa Stmt Association)
Helena. Mont, Jan. 1 1. Three thous
and laborers are wanted in Six Mile Can'
yon east of Lombard railroad construc
tion work. Large pay is offered and it is
pointed out that the conditions of living
are very good. It is feared that work
will have to be suspended owing to the
great dearth of labor. The work can
give employment to over four thousand
men for a year.
URTHQUAKf IN KANSAS
(Svrippa) Neve Association)
Kansas City. Kane Jan 11 -A slight
earthquake waa fe!t Jit one forty; five
this morning. No damage is reported
atter tfian the breaking of window glasses
USES HMDRfD DROWNED
Scrtpee N Association)
The Hague. Germany Jan 11 Three
.lundred are dead as a result of a tidal
at m Sm island of Tana one of the
dutch East Indian island. Forty are
drowned in the island o? Simalu. A heavy
iosa :s recorted from the other islands.
Home cured, phone Main 16 that's
Stiilweil St Co s. and they will convince
you that they have the best to be had at
Lewiston, Jan 1 1 Within the past 10
days 15 dogs have been killed by the
aoundmaster at Lewiston, Idaho,- upon
which the owners had refused or neglect
ed to pay the annual Ux. Since January
1 the city has received SJOO fnm the
sale of deg licenses.
CARELESSNESS THE CAUSE
Wett Oregon City, Jan 1 1 George
Andre, aged 18. by s'loer carelessness.
dikcharfedthecontc.Uof a shrrun into
his che&t. He die'j s.x r ours iatur. Sev
en years ago two brothers of Andres
were drowntd in M is lake.
RICH ORE DISCOVLP.ILS IN IRELAND
Dublin, Jan 1 1 -Immense leams of coal
and iron have beer el se- verjd in Aatrim
and a company wiS a c iplial of S2.500.
000 was formad her. today to work the
Aberdeen. Wash . Jn. 11 This city
adheres to the claim that more lumber is
shipped from that port than from any
other port in the world. The outpU dur
ing 1906 was 599.250.000 feet the
market value of which was $7,988,750.
Recorder Snook, at the conclusion of
the trial of R. R. Kelly charged with re
sisting an officer, yesterday afternoon,
stated that he would take the case under
advisement and render his decision to
Is be found at Stiilweil & Company's
market. Phone Main 16.
WANTED- A hired girl torgeneral house
work. Apply at Land Oliice.
HOUSE WANTED -Desiring to either
rent or buy a modern cottage, well in,
of not less than five rooms. Must have
bath and inside toilet. F. S. Ivanhoe.
Phone Main 12.
FOR RENT Four room cottage. 2010
Adams Avenue. 'Apply 2004 Avenue
Phone Black 1532.
if INE STEEL RANGES j
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 few
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.
I challenge to meet in this city, any
White or Japanese in a eatch-as-eatch-can
or jit jitsu contest for money, love or
honor. If the former style of wrestling,
three fells out of five to decide, and if the
latter, fewest falls in one hour of
Mr. Scheffer is an ex-officer of a
Russian man-of-war that took part in the
late Russo-Japanese war and has mast
ered the Japanese style of wrestling. He
was a prisoner in s Japanese fort for
some time. He has been in La Grande
for about two' months and is in condition
to fight either of the two styles.
It is likely that a Jap will be brot to
this city by local Japanese to accept the
challenge stated above.
ONE CAR COAL
Mr. Cleaver, secretary of the citizens
committee desires to announces that a
car of coal is due today or tomorrow and
those desiring fuel may secure it by
depositing their money with Mr. Cleaver
at the Eastern Oregon Trust & Savings
Bank. - : -' .
SIH1WELI & COMPANY'S MARKET
Have the promptest delivery in the city.
Phone Main 16.
Every Article in the
To prepare for this great Sale the store will
be closed Wednesday January 2.
: bale Commences Thursday, Jan. 3 5
j and closes on Saturday, February 2 j
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.