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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1907)
That we are haminc
PRICED DObJh ON VMAT
is left" op our season c
goods - the blows we.
ARE STRiKfsG AZZllZyJCiXQ
Vf M IHW .
HAM M Hi IN a fKICti
olR. WINTER. .STOCK I.S FAJT REDUCING BECAUSE THE PEOPLE OF.
TH! J COMMUNITY KNOW THAT WHEN WE .SAY WE HAMMER. J
PR.ICEJ, WE DO HAMMLK.. rK.ICt5 VOvvn ON LtOlllMAiL, K.C.OU-
LAR, MERCHANDISE,. WE WIJH TO LET OUR PRICED TALK.
LADIES' JACKETS WORTH UP To $15.00 NOW 69C TO $1.50
ODD GARMENTS IN LADIES' MUSES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDER
WEAR, AT LESS THAN HALT PRICE.
CHILDREN'S AND NISSES' COATS AT LESS THAN , MANUFACTUR
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WOOL HOSE- 25C VALUES
MEN'S .SUITES- $ J 0.00 AND $12.00 VALUES7
1 1 BOY'S AND YOUTH'S SWTS AT HALF PRICE.
j " MEN'S $1.00 AND $1.25 DRESS SHIRTS NOW 68C. .
MEN'S T5C SHIRTS NOW 45C.
t ; MANY OTHER BARGAINS JUST AS GOOD IF THERE IS ANYTHING
i- YOU NEED TO FINISH OUT THE WINTER, GET OUR PRICES-WE
CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
QBJbW Mil C2TMNY.
. 1306, 13 10, 13 12 ADAMS AVENUE
LARGEST STOCK SMALLEST PRICES
STRAY--Came to my place t'o month
ago in Mt Glen a red and white com
ing two year old steer. No braud vis
ible, swallow fork in each ear, wattle
under neck. Owner can have same by
paying expenses. L R Perry,
, La Grande, Oregon
FURNISHED HOUSE-Six looms .cen
trally located. One room is rented and
this arrangement can be continued if
agreeable to all of the parties concern
ed. House ready for occupancy on the
"17th. Inquire at this ortice or 1710
Fourth St. or Phone Red 952.
YOU RISK NOTHING !
By having hie
EXAMINE YOUR EYES j
I GUARANTEE PERFECT FIT FOR ONE YEAR
Or will cheerfully refund your money ?
I have never had patient that was not fully j
satisfied with my glasses
C. S. Johnson who lives west of Sum
mcrville wa in the city today. He start
ed from home with a sleigh but had to
changa to wheels before reaching the
city. He slated however had he followed
the foothill road he could have used run
ners all of tne way. The snow at his
place is three feet doepr
A VALUABLE MSTRUMfNT
Miss Leonore Jackson, a member of the
Leoi.ore Jackson Conciirt Company which
spent yesterday with Dr. and Mrs. F E
Moore, is in possession of, and uses in her
concerts. tha most valuable violin in Amer
ica. It is a Stradivanus and she has re
! f jseJ tweive thousand dollars for it.
OWl SALOON SOLD
H. Z. Citrter has m Id the ni saioon to
B. F. Wado. Mr. Cutner is unaecided
just at present what he wili do in the
Dan Somroarsof Elm
Miss Pauline L'.-der!a v
Mrs. M.liory and Ver- n Dz turned
last evening from Union w rj lhy sont
Sunday with friends.
F S. Murphy, fonmry 'irnijir of th
Grande Ronde Lumber Company hut no
of Sale Lakespeni SjiJay 14 tni oty.
Mrs. F. A. Maxwell end esvnriter M ss
Esther of Enterprise a e guests ,h; week
of Mrs. S. R. Hawotth.
Ottu E Did'on, a PenJIef n E st Ore
gonian emDloyee, visi;ed Irsvj in tnis
city over Sunday.
G. C. Osburn manager of '.he Pacific
otates Telenlone Company for Waluwa
and Union counties na r. turaea from a
business trip to Portland. '
C. 0. McReynoldes ar.d R. N Wagner of
Enterprise spent Sunday at the S. R
Haworth noine. fhey left lasteva unj for
PrtrtlanH H from fhr .hp,, no tr, CM-
ifornia for an extened .pp.
Attorney Turner 0liv;rt-xpr:t9 to lve
tonight to attend a meeting of the Good
Roads convention in Salem a so to he
present at a reception to te tendered
William J. Bryan in Port and.
J B Thorsor., A P Sprague. Joseph H il-
garth and Dwight Barnes returned .this
morning from Portland, and con
their return to their homes in E gin. Tne
entire parly took ths Myuc dinners de
gree, and in uddition to tnat Uok Che
thirty second digreain Masjnry. cj-nrn n
ly known as the Scotish r.tas.
Three msm'iars of tha "Ljj.i re Jo
son Coicert Cj. stjjoij o.f i. La
Grande last right fro ti vVaJa Va'.a and
look the train tms mjrning for Payatte
where they give a concur". ;n.s evening.
The party consisted ot .Viiss J icson the
renowned violinist. M ss F.
Pace one of GnisijVs jraa
and Mr. Ralph Plu n nar.
accompa ist Hermann K. Sin tid tf
Wallace, Idaho, was also wit.i mum.
While in thu uty the p-rty wira the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. More. w'io
had a rare treat in musical r-. nditbns is
well as reniJvng fm.ilii.j
standing with Miss Pace.
! FINE STEEL RANGES
If you are going to buy a steel range, come and ex
amine our celebrated Majestic range . I iu but
t the small amount 01 iuw -""-y-"
a few ;
, r ...1 An a so nave
ana give penen muu - nppH thfim
This is tne time wucu
Do not forget about carriage heaters. They will
keep your cet warm on a long drive.
Hardware and Ranges
Miss Greta Breckenridge returned last
even ng to H !gard where sheisemp'oyec1.
She has oeen ili for several weeks, and it
is only recently that she has been able to
la&uiua iter wuik.
Attorneys J W Knowles and C E Coch
ran returned this morning from Salem
where they argued the Groesbeck case be
fore the supreme court.
Dittrxt Attorney and Mrs. F S tvanhoe
were detained at a late hour Saturday
evening from making the contemplated
. , trip to Port'and. Mrs. Ivanhoe returned
"wed ........ - ..........
to ranaittcon last evening.
Mr and Mrs Jack Oliver who have been
visiting friends in this eity. returned this
morning to Santa Barbara. . Mr Oliver
was formerly an engineer in this city.
Mrs C W Nessly. of Prosser, is in Pull
mai this week visiting her sister Mrs W
H Wnham, and with the family of Mr
and Mrs J E Nsssley. She will return
vhe las, of the week to har home.
f.i;ir so la
In this city o- Jan 14 to 1
Mr, a .J Mrs. 0 T Fles iman, a boy.
23 JTHAN-ln tnis city on Jan 15
Mr and Mrs T H Golithan, a girl.
0E CAVT HELP MANY
MAW CAM 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.
KEATON In Helena Mont to
Mrs Arthur Keaton, a son.
j MILLING CO
M. K. WEST I
ANNUAL (If MAKE SALEf
Heidnreich Building ( lpiPnfL NEW JEWELER
Ops't Bohnonkamp's ' I1, livUOUlli AND OPTICIAN
) r tiunb is.nn iira; c.ass uresoinaK -
'ng d-.ne promptly, at reasonable rates.
I should call upon Mrs. W. A. Baksr,, 152C
I Hill Street; opposite njw brick school
! house. Fit iuaranteod.
! MRS. WOODtll Df AlT
I ivirs. j. w.jouoii ot bummervilie died
last evening at e'lg'it-tlvrty. The funeral
i a; rangoments will ho announced to-
HOT DRINKS .
OYSTER COCKTAILS A1MD
For Ladies and Gentlemen only
WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER THE SHOW
STAlf LIBRRRY AI PIltDLtTON
Petitions for a stata library at Pandle
! ton have bten placed in the nands of five
eastern Oregon juJ.cia! districts and La
' Grande attorneys gensrally have signed
it. The need of a state library at Pen
' diet n is created by the fact that the
supreme cjurt holds two sessions in that
city annually wnere eastern Oregon cases
exclusively are being hoard. There is no
public library in Pendleton and when at
torneys go thore to argue cases they must
borrow law b.oks from Pendleton at
torneys. It is recited in the petition that there
are a number of duplicate books in the
library at Salem and these could be brot
to Pendleton to form the nucleus of the
state library. The amount to be approp
iated by the legislature is left blank and
is to be filled in at the discretion of the
LOST-A gold watch Sunday. Finder
pleas leave same at this office and re
ceive reward. Red 41 1
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