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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1907)
I SALE SIM
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' Coats at
SKIRTS MUST GO WAISTS
Every one in the house at an average of One lot of waists up to $10.00 to
about one fourth off. y at $2.00. One lot of waist values up
One lot of Skirts at half j)ricfeto clos ; to (j' ;U "close at 50c.
Chlldrens' Oiilln f urses ; and ockee Beautiful " linef of $WSfor $8 50large Ladies' corsets, all
flannel towns. books, all reduced j& necKwear: nmS. 3 J
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CLOAK PRICES DROP WW A CRASH
Ttie time has come when the entire
stock isjjto be cleared out Cost,
lessthan cost, even half cost cut no
figure now, the cloak stock must
go regardless of cost.
OUR EIDERDOWN AMD FLANNELETTE KIMONAS
TO GO AT HALF PRICE
All Ihis month vc will give bargains. It alwj3 pays to trade at this store
uiidiibe you oDiam oeiter goods just as cheap as inferior gMU u
cheap sic res. Thousands of bargains all this month.
Silk and Velvets
Suits end Coats
Fur and Petticoats
Flannels and Linens
Kimonas and Shawls
Table Oil Cloth
Tcwels and Linens
Lace and Embroideries
Gloves and Ne'ckwear
Ribbons and Velvets
Hosiery and Under
wear Suit Lases and Bags
Blankets and Com-forts
' Elgin ht reason to be proud of her
public schools. Oaod school are -always
an evidence ofcomunlty pernnneney. and
as an additional evidence of the confidence
n the continued prosperity enjoyed by
he citizen tax payers of Elgin, it is almos
a foregone conclusion that at the school
election to be held next Saturday the tax
payers will vote to bond the district for
$20,000 to build new modern brick
At present there are four hundred
children enrolled, and nine teachers are
employed. The schools are under the
able management of Prof. W. L Tucker
who took charge the first of the present
school year. -
Since taking charge Prof. Tucker has
added a high school course, and at pre
sent has ten pupils in this department
The eighth grade now has forty young
men and women ranging in age from
sixteen to twenty years, and the Pro
fessor says he hae reason to believe that
thirty-five of these will enter the high
school next year. Each department of
the school is under the care of an ex
perienced teacher and the work i pro
perly and effectively carried on.
In the main building is the library room
where seven! hundred wisely selected
volumes are at the disposal of the pupils
and large table Is well filled with the
leading magazines and periodicals. Here
can oe round interesting reading tor an,
For the little ones are provided "Baby
Land" and "The Little Chronicle." for the
older ones are the more mature publics
tions such as McClures and Pacific
Monthly and for those who wish some
thmg more substantial is the American
Review of Reviews.
In the various rooms 'voice culture
is made an especial feature and the
morning singing speaks well for the care
exercised by the teachers in this direction
Again Elgin hat reason to be proud of
her public schools.
WISfCOUNSEl FROM THE SOUTH
"I Want tft Olvm mnmm ti1,..UI. -J..!
. .Miuauio aulv
to thorn who mirror with I - I i.
kidnnv trmnhla " 9ifa ID DI.J ur
Beck, Tenn. "I have Droved to air ahn.
lute certainty that Electric Bitters . will
usiuwy cur wis distressing condition,
ha first hntt.1 oaw m i : .
ii I i" imioi ana
after taking a few more bottles, I was
completely cured; so completely that it
becomes a nleasura tn wnmm.Rj u;
great remedy." Sold under guaranete
newim drug store. Price 60e.
Commence the New Year
right by trading at . :
. v ; t . , uuuj, maxas
rich red blood. Drives out impurities that
7 . ' winter. Holl-
isters Rooky Mountain Tea ia a family
tonic. 58 cents. Tea, or Tablet!. Nbwlim
Our Meats Speak for i
All kinds of fresh and
and salt meats always on
hand. We make a
specialty of poultry.
Give us a trial and be
Phone Red 751
Smith & Dawson
U P H 0 LSTERIMG
M A D E
GOOD AS NEW
Lounges and couches' upholstered.
Mattresses recovered and generaly
renovated, carpets cleaned and put
Special Furniture Made to Order.
All Work Called For and Delivered
T. It hi LIN AN
Cor N. Depot
and Monroe St.
' ' ' 1801 Red
Miss Nina Hunstock wishes to announce
to the ladies of La Grande that she
prepared to take orders and eive lessors
in both water colors and china painting.
bludio at 90S Main. St.
You can always find anything you
: like in the cooked meat line for
your lunch on our delicatessen table
Weanerwurst and Balogna sausage, Head Cheese,
Pressed Gorned Beef, Liver sausacre. Veal Loaf. . Ham
sausage, Boild Ham, Fresh and Pickled tongue, Fish of
- n i ...
an Kinas, bastern and Olympia Oysters, Clams and
Grabs when the weather permits. .. ' - ;
We have at present a nice stock of home cured bacon
but it won't last long, so hurry. l '
The purest open kettle rendered lard in the city In
fact .we have everything that a first class market
should have, and the lowest possible prices consistent
with quality. Give as a call and we will convince you
STILWELL & COMPANY
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
j EASTERN OREGON COLONIZING CO: !
Foley Block u Grand8j 0regM