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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1907)
W JANUARY SALE Still (
In every department, Including an extraordinary sale
Muslin Underwear Sale
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are .v-vv e
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Sust go through our stock for yourself and pick out
the best for yourself. All our finest and handsomest
imported novelties, richest plaids, mixtures in checks
and plain blacks, velvets and velveteens, fancy trim
mins. sijk and satin linings, nil included in this sale
All Our Children's and Misses' - Coats at
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SKIRTS MUST GO
Every one in the1 house aT ah average of
; about one. fourth off,
djfieiot:of SWrt$;at:half price to close.
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One lot of waists " up to $10.00 to
go at $2.p0. One lot of waist values up
to $3.00 to close at 50c :
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Childrcns' - OUIInj
Flannel gowns. ,u
Purses and pocket
books, all reduced
Beautiful line of
$1.35 for $1.50 large
size comforts,' extra
heavy, Bargain at $1.60
Ladies' corsets, all
odds and ends to
close 'at v 25c
CLOAK PRICES DROP WITH A CRASH
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The time has come! u hen the entire
stock is to be cleared out Cost,
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less than cost, even half cost cut no
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figure now, the cloak stock must
go regardless of cost.
CM. DEVERE - -STOCK
COMPANY, SALT LAKE CITY
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Under whose direction "Arizona" will be presented to the theatre eoeri at
Steward's Opera house Monday Jan. 28, with a cast composed of, local talent.
' The Polmatier Sisters, the noted con
cert orchestra company assisted by H E
Polmatier the musical specialist and flu
tist have been secured bv the Commercial
Club to appear in this city, on February
first, From eight to ten o'clock will be
heard recitals musical renditions requir
ing art and skill. Aside from orchestra
musis will be cornet, trombone xylophone
and vocal solos. From ten until one o'clock
the six-pi.ee orchestra, somoosed of the
Polmatier sisters, will . render dancing
music. . .
Admissions to the concert will be fifty
cents and to the dance will bean addition
al fifty cents.; t
OUR EIDERDOWN AND FLANNELETTE KIM0NAS
TO GO AT HALF PRICE
All this month we will 'give bargains. It alw- pays to trade at this store
because you obtain better goods just as cheap as inferior goods yi t.r
cheap stores. Thousands of bargains all this month.
Sleich rides have suoerceeded every
other mode of nmusements and for the
ast three days there has been more
tired livery horses in La Grande than for
long time. .. . . - ..! . :
Saturday, besides numerous cutters
and four seated outfits, there were three
bob sleighs loaded down with happy in
dividuals. One crowd of twenty spent two hours
sleighing, one hoir in a private skating
party at the Noyes rink and ended the
evening'f enjoyment by a spread at the
The party given to the Damen-Krantz
like the other, ended up with an oyster
From early yesterday mornins until late
last evening, cutters, bobs ..d every con
ceivable mode of snow locomotion, was
drafted into service to fill the demand for
those desiring to make tn ' beat of the
excellent conditions for sleigh r.des.
SKATING Rit;:: DANCE
There will be a dance at the skatino
rink Wednesday evenins. Skatinir will
be discontinued at 9:50 when thedance-
ing will begin. Admission, dancers 60
cents, skates 25 cents, Dancing and skat
ing SO cents.
Silk and Velvets
Suits and Coats
Fur and Petticoats
Flannels and Linens
Kimonas and Shawls
Table Oil Cloth
Tcwels and Linens
Lace and Embroider
ies Gloves and Neckwear
Ribbons and Velvets
Hosiery and Underwear
Suit Cases and Bags
Blankets and Comforts
MILITARY BALL TONIGHT. , r i'
Tonight Is the date of the military
d tnee 'under the auspicies of the local
militia company. " Admission open to ill
dancers. Admission is fifty cents.
' WEDNESDAY EVENING . .v.
Tne joint ekatin ; and dancing party at
tie Noyes Skating rink. Skating till nine,
and dancing till twelve.
Miss Nina Hunttock wishes to announce
to the ladies of La Grande ' that she
prepared to take orders and give lessor.!,
in both water colors ' and china painting.
Studio at 906 Main St. ' " '
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"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
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None Better. None Purer. None Sweeter.
UseLa Grande Sugar and Us no Other
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