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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1907)
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THE JANUARY SALE STILL CONTINUES
In every department, including an extraordinary sale
Just 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
mings, silk and satin linings, all included in this sale
All Our Children's and Misses' Goats at
lb oil i i
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Every prie in th house at an averse of One Jot of waists up to $10.00 to
about one fourth off. j u . go at $2.00. j)ne lot of waist values up
One lot of Skirts at half price to close. to $3.00 to close at 50c
Children' Outing Purses and pocket Beautiful line , of $1.35 for $1.50 large Ladles' corsets, all
' ' ' " s ' : 1 Z. '.'". size comforts, extra odds and ends to
nannel gowns. books, all reduced ladies' neckwear heavy, Bargain at $1.50 close at 25c
PRICES DROP WITH A
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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.
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LYRIC STOCK COMPANY, SALT LAKE CITY -Under
whose direction "Arizona" will be presented to the theatre goer at
Steward's Opera house Monday Jan. 28, with a cast pom posed of local talent
THE COMING fVWf .'Df THE SEASON
This thrilling Militsrt drama In four
acta written by Agustui' Thomas will be
produced at Steward's Opera House on
Monday January 28 under the direction of
Mr. C. M. DeVere late of the Lyric Stock
Company, Salt Lake City, and will be re
presented by the best local talent of the
city. Cast of characters as they appear
on the stage. ,
Henry Canby E. L. Ecklev
Colonef Benham ...C. E. Qillilan
Mrs. Canby Janette Stev ens Kellev
Estrella Benham j. ..w..j
Lillian Bates Richardson
Lena Ksllar Ethel Steward DeVere
Lieutenant Denton. H. E. Coolidce
Benita Canby... .Maude SimDson Scroomn
Miss MacCullagh Gertrude Biever
A. C. Clark
C. M. DeVere
- Chas. Cross
T. H. Williamson
A. B. Roeers
Captain Hedgman .
OUR EIDERDOWN AND FLANNELETTE KIM0NAS
TO GO AT HALF PRICE
ll 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
cheap stores. Thousands of bargains all this month.
Silk and Velvets
Suits and Coats
! Fur and Petticoats
i Children's wear
Flannels and Linens
Kimonas and Shawls
Table Oil Cloth
Tcwels and Linens
Lace and Embroider
Gloves and Neckwear
Ribbons and Velvets
Hosiery and Under
wear Suit Cases and Bags
Blankets and Comforts
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near Tacson, Arizona, and is a faithful
portrayal of frontieHif., and is replete
with intarftfcino nH tkrillinn b4mam...-&.
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and a true picture -of Army life on the
ironuar in me eany aays or, the settle
ment or the wild and wolly west.
Specia'ties Will be introdur.aH k.ftu..
acts by the be"st talent of the city.
., ROOERS-GRILLEY RECITAL
Levers of hioh crade entartai
have something fine offered in the resital
to be given in Central Church nixt St.ir.
The program is not only entertaining it
is.. artistic. It elevates and on. f..u
better after hearing. Mr. Rogers who
handles the harp is a musical composer
as well as a master nf hi. ..u. .......
ment. Mr.Grillev the
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a aong writer.
,.?,?chuta,ent ,ho?ld PPMl t0 those who
rhfnV. wn ?nd aPPreia' excellent
t,e'Pate, '" attendance
I ickets at Selders. on v fin r. ..k..i
j , awuuui
children 25 cents.
The second of a series of dances under ?
the auspices of Company , L. was pro-, ,
gressing nicely last evening, when some
individual, with an eye for a joke, that
was bigger by far, than, his sense of ,
common decency and gentlemanliness,. .
covered the floor with red DeDDer. Tha
result was that dancers and . spectator '
were subjected to extreme unpleasant-,
ness and even pain.The company officials
were naturally indignant over the fact '
that anyone should stoop to committ am,
act so small and mean, They have
offered a reward of ten dollare for the
apprehension of the individual who ever it
SKATINQ RINK DANCE , ..
There will be a dance at the skating
rink Wednesday evening. Skating will
be discontinued at 9:50 when the dance"
ing will begin.. Admission, dancers 60 aT7
cents, skates 25 cents. Dancing and skat
ing 60 cents.
TWENTY ROUND GO
In the manly arts of self defense, to show
how battles are lost and won. So reads
the agreements that have been drawn and
signed by Jack Darnell of La Grande and
Kid Moleno. of Portland. Reliable parties- '
have posted forfietures with other reliable
persons and the sum is Urge enough to
warrant the event being pulled off on
February 1 8,1 as the agreement specifies.
Full announcefrienU-will follow. V '
HURRY o CLASSES
Professoipf AthVtica C M Christol
wishes to aanoiincthaihis pupils must
be as prompt, as possible. ,in taking thsir
lsssonsas he contemplate fn leaving La '"
Grande oa March first. , H does not de
sire, or will: not .leave a -lesson half done
and for this reason urges aU to be prompt .
n coming to the club for their;,vinstruGt- i
ions. . There is still time for- new. pupils
to come in and all who wishjean do so.
WOOD FOR SALE-200 cords - of goad
dry, 4 ft. wood. Leave orders with ttiV'
undersigned or John . Anthony. J L
Free Oregon State Lands
You are entitled to 20, 40, 80
120 or 160 acres FRtE
you simply pay for the cost of irrigation, which
is $10.00 per acre, payable one-fourth cash,
balance in three equal annual payments.
Title direct from the STATE OF OREGON.
This land is going fast; do not delay; call or
I EASTERN OREGON COLONIZING CO.
La Grande, Oregon