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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1907)
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That we Azt hammering
priced douw on vhat
is left op our season's
goods - the blows we
ARE STRIKING ARE" REDUCING
'J0 . OUR WINTER. STOCK IS VAST R-FDUCINj RvrAwcr THE PEcrLr cr
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i mo Luwmunij y know j mai when WE SAY WE HAMMER.
PRICED, WE Do HAMMER, ?KCZS DoWN ON LEGITIMATE, REGU-
LAR MERCHANDISE,.. WE WIJH TO LET OUR PRICES TALK
I LADIES' JACKETS WORTH UP To $I5.00 NOW S9C To Si SO
ODD GARMENTS IN LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDER-
, WEAR, AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE.
CHILDREN'S AND NISSES' COATS AT LESS THAN MANUFACTUR-
ERS PRICES. . '
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WOOL HOSE- 2SC VALUES
MEN'S SUITS- $ 10.00 AND $ 12.00 VALUES- NOW 6.75
BOY'S AND YOUTH'S SJTS AT HALT PRICE
MEN'S 11.00 AND $1.25 DRESS SHIRTS NOW 66C.
MEN'S 73C SHIRTS NOW 45C.
Dr. M K Hall ia quit ill at hi hom.
J J Parsons of Elsin transacted business
in La Grand last evening.
Mayor J A Stoddard left last evening
on a business trip to Sumoter.
E W Imbler of Corvallis was a business
visitor in La Grand this morning.
J Forshman of Joseph visited friends in
th city last evening.
Claude Lemons, formerly assistant c!erW
in th Foley Hotel, has gone to Salt Lake.
J W Weaver returned to Spokane thi-.
morning after visiting re'atives in this
Robbins were seen in a number of
La Grande yards today. Is this a sign of
B L Leavitt of La Grande was a v: tor
in Bakec Monday lookins after business
matters. Baker City Herold.
Mrs. H. Gaunt and son of Sookana arc
visiting her sister Mrs.Kate Kaniey in mis
F BCurrev Will return thi veninofrom;
bigin where ha and Circulation Manauar
Coffin (pent th day. Mr. Coffin wul re
main there for th week.
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I 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 few
heaters left. This is the time when you need them
Do not forget about carriage heaters. They will
keep your cet warm on a long drive.
! MRS. T.N. MURPHY
Warrlwflrs and Ranees
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MYJ?IMARf?AIN5 JUST AS GOOD
YOU NEED TO
IF THERE IS ANYTHING
CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
FINISH OUT THE WINTER, GET OUR PRICES-WE
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v i 1306, 1310, 13 12 ADAMS AVENUE
LARGEST STOCK SMALLEST PRICES
Q.W ELLSWORTH BLOOD POISOIfO
C W P Ellsworth, th Island CitV justice '
of th peaca, has not been abie to attend
to hi duties as mail carrisfbetween hare !
I and thi city for several days because ot :
I an injured hand. Last ever.insit was an ;
1 nounced that blood ooisoninc had set in ;
I and Clay is today suffenrg severely. 1
PURCHASE POLI A7ID DISCUS j
Th Island City high school athletic de-
Ipartment has purchased a sixteen foot
vaulting pole and th regulation sized dis
cus. Th articles arrived yesterday As
I soon as th weather will Dermit. the can-
Ididate will beout to duplicate in track
work, th successful season of footoail.
APPfAlfD IHf CASE
Scott Goodall, who upon the charse o'
I cruelty to animals bv deDrivinff th&m nf
I food for a Fenod of over 8 hoyrs. and wis
fined $10 in the Recorder's euurt. has
appealed the case on a writ of reviow to
j the circuit court, where the validity of tha
ordinance will be passed upon. j
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PHONE MAIN 78
For the benefit of new
comers in this vicinity, t
who wishes good " flour,
and don't know the
X brands to call for, we
mention them below:
Our Seal, Sea. Foam,
! Royal Patent, G as h
Special and Jersey Cream.
It don't matter which
I Grocer you deal with, they
all sell it when it reads
La Grande Milling Go.
on the sack its a Safe
Buy. Every sack war
ran :ed. You are taking
TRAYCam to my place fvo months
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 expanse. 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 th parties concern
ed. House ready for occupancy on the
17th. Inquire at this office or 1710
Fourth S'. or Phone Red 952.
YOU RISK NOTHING!
By having me
- SOMMER HOUSE SOLD
Negotiations art now in processof per-
rection whereby Messers Geo. B. Stod
uard and O W Nibley are to become the
owners of the Hotel Sommer. The enn
sideratinn, is not stated but the nature but
the property is such that this naturally
is one o: the largest realestate trans
actons that has taken place in the
city for several years.
The purchasers have great faith in the
future of the city and have simply made
an investment. They exDect to oos-iiWi;
refurnish the hausa and lease it for a term
vv-.. ? I mrs- c. K Bridges of the Bridizos Concert
V()IJhif KYhS 1 1 CornPa"V arrived in the city last evening
.'.GUARANTEE PERFECT FIT FOR 0,E YEAR
Or will cheerfully refund your money
I hac never had patient that was not
satisfied with my glasses
to visit a few days with Mr and Mrs Geo
The Clover Leal Class will give a party
for the i leinbers of the Methodist Episco
pal Junior League at the residence of
W Scriber on next Saturday from 2:30 to
! 5 o'clock. All members are cnrriiallu in.
Vited to be present.
Haidenrtich Buiid'ng f ftl Ho-!, NEW JEWELER
f Op s t Bohnenkamp's llt,UOUlrl, aq OPTICIAN
The Cu rant Topic Club meets this
evening at th home Mr and Mrs G7c
OYSTER COCKTAILS AND
for Ladies and Gentlemen only
WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER THE SHOW
Mr and Mrs Geo Cochran this after
noon gave an old fashioned quilting party.
The object of the party was to give the
Inondsof Mr and Mrs Samuel Cochran
of Hood River, who have been visiting
I lne"' ueo and C E Cochran of this
city for some time, an oppjrtunity to
meet the visitors before they return to
t.ieir home. An elaborate chicken dinner
was spread before the ten gjests. after
which the quilting frames were brot out.
The afternoon was enjoyably spent and
the guests made th most of their oppor
tunity to have a social hour with the genial
rs E H Bates of Malvern. Iowa,
being entertained this week by Mr and
Mrs Geo L Cleaver.
The Kaffee Klatch
to be held in thM. K. Hall residence has
been changed on account of sickness in
that home and Mrs. F. L Meyers will en
tertain the numbers on th date originally
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