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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1908)
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HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!
1000 Yards Frilled Tswelinj
3 3-4c yd.
400 to 600
Ladies Dress Skirts
Last Week Price
EYETHfG OBSERVER,! GRAXDC OREGON WEDNESDAY, OCTCBFTt T. 190.
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Remember this is the last week. Only three more days to buy clean and up-to-date merchandise at bankrupt priices.
ST0CC IS REEUCED. ONLY THREE MORE DAYS.
Save from 25 fo 50
per cenf on SWrfs
U.SO to 1.7.80 Press Skirts, each. $1.9$
Iri Skirts, each ,'.'. ,,,...fS.T
7 and I Dress Skirt, each ..$.
i and $1 Dress Skirts, each ..$.
'112.50' Dres Skirt,, each .'. ....$7.9$
$IS to $1S Dress Skirts, each ,.$ff.9
2S to 110 Silk Voll Skirts, each $19.9S
Remember, every Skirt In the house
Is reduced. None held la reserve. All
Buy Your Fall Suit
at this Sale HOW
Our entire lot "'off Ladies'" Suits
thrown. In at reduced prices, consist
' tng off all' the latest material and up-to-date
styles, . .
Iff to Suit going at ......... '.$3.89'
$14 to JI2.5 Suits going at,.,. $7.89
t to 120' Suits going at $11.1
2S Suits going at $19.39
1 30 to $32 Suits going at $23.75
128.50 Suits going at ...... .,..$29.95
.. At above price extra charges for
Ladies' Cloaks all
Iff ym want youir fall cloak at a bar
gain. HURRY, for our entire stock. Is
going at Bargain prices.
Id and T Ladies' Cloaks each, $1.69
$J to t Ladies' Coalka. each, ..$
$12.59 to IIS Ladles" Cloaks... $9.89
lit Ladies' Cloaks, each...... $11.95
122.30 to 125 Ladies' Cloaks.. $11.95
2 and 130 Ladles' Cloaks each $23.39
Boys' - Clothing at
Boys' Clothing that the Leader
Store had ' purchased for . their Fall
selling, rut to about ONE-HALF.
IJ.50 to 8 Boys' Long Pants
$12.50 Boys' Long Pants Suits.. $4.65
$4 Boys' Knee Pant Suits..;... $1.95
IS Boys' Knee Pants Suits $2.85
$3.59 Boys' Long Overcoats ....$2.25
4 Boys" Short Overcoats, each $1.95
$.50 to IS Overcoats ....$545
He to t Children's Shoes, a pair 40e
11.25 Mi-wes' Shoes, a paid ..99c
$1.50 Boys' and Otrls' Shoes $1.19
12 and $2.25 fine. OlrU' Shoes. .$1.39
II.7S Ladies' Shoes , ; .'.$1 -19
$5.59 to $1 Ladles' Shoes $1.9.1
J2.50 to K Ladies' Shoes $2.
$2: Boys' School Shoes -.$1.3
tsMqpsjssjM'sawsnH'Mr tp'sswsj's" B Sissswssea
73e Cotton Blankets.a pair 42c
$1.25 Cotton Blankets, a pair J.. 89c
$1.50 Cotton Blankets, a pair ..$1.19
$1.75 Cotta Elankets, a pair ..$1.17
$2.25 Cotton Blankets, a pair ...$1.69
$4.50 Wool Elankets, a pair ....$3.69
$6.73 Wool Blankets, a pair ..,.$1.39
$7.50 Wool Blankets, a pair ....$3.95
HCFFMAX DISPOSES OP INTEREST
"THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY"-
Tenth ind Morrison, Portland, Oregon A. P, Arautronc, LL.IL, Principal
I,We occupy iwo floor 65 by 100 feet, have a $30,000 equipment,
employ a Urge faculty, give individual instruction, receive more calla
tftt office fce!j than we can meet. Our school admittedly leads all
others in quality of instruction. It paya to attend oca an institution.
(.Said a. Bitila Xaa f M Keep hammeriag away eTerlaating! oa thorongh
work. It will win out is the end." Saiil M EJaraton "The qnality of instruc
tion gives id your school makes it the standard of Its kind ia the Northwest"
CPpea tt jtzr. Students admitted at any time. Catalogue free
References Any bank, any newspaper, any business man In Port'aad.
66 fWlC ft!m99
FIitr.r of Prnclfc-ton Fjist Orejronlan
Ha Drotp.-(l the Helm.
Are You Doing What You Can to Populate Your State?
OflEOOM NEED' PEOPLE Rattlers, honest farmer, mechan
ic, merchant, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a
willing heart capital or no capital.
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Is sending tons of Oregon literature to ths eaut for dlotrlhutlon
through every svallAble agency. Will you hot help the good
work of tmiidlng Oregon by sending us the names and adlre-a
of your friends who art likely to b Interefted In this state? We
will be glad to bear the expanse of sending them complete In
formation about Oregon and Its opportunities.
fOLOSIST TKKKTS will be on sale during 8F.PTEMBEP. AND
OCTOISKII from the eaut to all points In Oregon.' The fares
from a lew principal cities are:
From Denver $20.00 From Louisville ..$41.70
From Omaha $30.00 From Cincinnati $42.20
From Kani City ISO 00 From Cleveland 114.7$
From Ht. Loul 125.10 From New Tork ...... $55.00
From Chicago .$11.00
TK KFT AX UK FltKPAin.
If you want to bring a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit the
proper amount with any of our agents. The ticket will then
be furnished by telegraph.
J. II. KF.KXKY, Iix-al Agent, 1m Orrwl Oregon.
WM. M'MriUlAY, Oriwral rawngrr Agent.
Pendleton, Oct. . Through a trade
that consummated thla forenoon.
Bert Huffman disposed of his Interest
la the E.wt Orrgonlan Publishing
couir.any, and he formally retires from
the editorship of the paper. His place
has been taken by E. B. Aldrieh, for
mer ctty editor, who has been serving
In the capacity of editor durtng the
Mr. Huffman's Interest in the paper
was purchased ty Mr. Aldrieh and Lee
D, Drake, advertising manager.
As matters now stand the East Ore
gonian Is owned by a company In
which the following men are the
stockholders: C. S. Jackson, Fred W.
Lampkln, E. B. Aldrieh and Lee D.
The change In the editorship of the
papr will make the composition of
the editorial staff as follows: E. B.
Aldrieh, editor; Edgar F. Averllt, tele
graph editor, and Harry Burke, city
As In the past the business office
corps will be compesed of Fred W.
lampkln, bualrifs manager; Lee D.
Drake, advertising manager, and Geo.
Robblns. circulation manager. In ad
dition to hl post work. Mr.' Drake
will henceforth have charge of the
mechanical department of the paper.
The Dnllrtt (louning llou-V.
At the meeting of The Dalles city
council Saturday night, a communica
tion, signed by about 15 citizens of
the city, was submitted, asking for
the removal of the houses of Ill-fame
from their present location. B. S.
Huntington also Introduced a com
munication, asking that an ordinance
be adopted, the substance of which
being to the efffi't that the houses of
prostitution should be removed; sub
mitting an ordinance also, which were
It passed, would eventually drive the
resorts from the part of the city In
which they are now located. The
f.'lW Sof ia l Fniu-tlon Put Otr to Ac
commodate the Excursion.
The formal opening of the Elfcs'
halt has been postponed from Friday
nfght on account of the business rneti's
excursion. It would be Inconvenient
for business men who are Elks to at
tend both events, hence the postponement.
At the meeting of the Elks tomor
row night, the exact date on which
this banner event to Elks will, take
place, wilt be decided. Extensive
preparations have been made for It
and when the opening dot-s take place
will be of considerable note.
LA GRANDE, ORE.
i. K. lionil? lUwtgns.
Yesterday there was closed an Im
portant deal In bank stock in this city
wherein X. C. Haskell bought the
stock of J. K. Romlg In the Citizens'
National bank, and Mr. Romlg ten
dered his resignation as a" director,
and Mr. Haskell was elected In his
stead, says a Baker City paper. This
will operate to the Interest of the
bank, no doubt, for Mr. Haskell Is one
of the most enthusiastic Bakerites,
giving, perhaps, more time to the
building up of the Interests of the city
than any other one man. He Is on the
boards, and In organizations which
consume time, working for the ad
vancement of Baker. The Citizens'
bank will feel the Impetus his connec
tion will give It.
How to Get feirong.
r. J. Daley, of 12 4 7 W. Congress
8L, Chicago, tells of a way to become
strong. He says: "My mother, who la
Id and ws very feeble, la deriving so
snucb benefit from Electric Hitlers,
that I feel tt la my duty to tell those
vol) need a touic aud etrsng thonlng
medicine about It. In my mother's
case a marked gain In flesh, has re
sulted. Insomnia has been overcome,
and she Is steadily growing stronger."
Electric Bitters quickly remedy stom
ach, liver and kidney complaints.
Bold under guarantee at Newiln's drug
IjARGE YAIUETY ON HACKS.
aTult No IxMirfCT rrinripl Article Dl
. played for ToniisU.
The variety of exhibits at the Ex
hibit hall hi widening and fruit Is no
longer the sole attraction. Splendid
samples of local-grown vegetables oc
cupy one end of the hall. A new rack
has been Installed and every available
Inch of space will be filled with the
eshlblts In a few days.
Xotk-e to Creditor.
Notice Is hereby given to ati whom
It may concern, that E. C. Dlsqua has
been appointed by the county court
f.f t'nlon county, Oregon, administra
tor of the estate of John H. Dillon, de
feased. All persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased ate
required to present them with the
proper vouchers within six months
from the date hereof to the admin
istrator at his place of business No.
1108 Adams avenue. La Grande, Ore
gon. Dated September IS, 1101.
E. C. DISQUA.
Administrator of the Estate of John
H. Dillon, Deceased.
LAST OF PRELIMINAIUKS.
nvrr Drftu I Vans and Ends Pre
The last of the preliminary singles
In the tennis tournament were played
last evening, when G. I Cleaver de
feated Willie Peare, s-O.I-Jj. The la
dles' preliminaries are also completed
and by Tuesday the finals In that class
will be rounded up.
- W. A. L O. O. F. ' I
La Grande Camp No. 7702 meets La Grande Lodge No. l, meets V
every first and third Monday evenings their hall every Saturday night. Yj
at L O. O. F. hall. All vlsttlng neigh- lUng brothers cordially invited to t-
bors are cordially Invited to attend. tend. Cemetery plat may be sees c
Relief committee: E. C. Davis, Model Restaurant.
Charies Diso.ua, A. J. Warner and D. C. H. BLYSTONE, N. a
E. Cox. . E. C. DAVIS. C. D. K. COX, Secretary.
D. E. COX. Clerk. CJ. YANDERPOEI Fin. Sec
F. O. E. Foresters of America.
La Grande Aerie No. 251, F. O. E.. Court MalJ barton No. 22 mesa
meets every Friday night in Elks' each Wedn8day night In K. of P. hi.
hall itlp.m. Visiting brethren la- Erother Invited to attend,
vlted to attend. NERI ACKLES, C, B.
D. H. PROCTOR. W. P. C' J' VANDERPOEL, F. S.
J. H. LEISHMAN. W. S. - Board of Trustees: Dr. G. L. Bit
Oscar Berger and Herbert Patt-
O. E. S. 1
Hope Chapter No. IS. O. E. S.. hold A. F. A. M.
stated communications the second and Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. .
fourth Wednesdays of each month. M- holds regular meetings flrtl.
Visiting memoeis cordially Invited. d third Saturdays at 7:10 p. m,
MARY O. FORREST. W. M. U H. RUSSELL, W. U.
MARY A. WARNICK. Secretary. - HUFFMAN. Secretary.
I. O. O. P. . of
Star Encampment No. II, L O. O Red CrOM No. 17. metB
F meets every second and fourth Very Mona'r evening In Castl Hi!
Wednesday In tne month In Odd Fel- Crp bulldtn- Pythian welcow
lows' hall. Visiting patriarchs always ' U vU,,fln hnlghts.
welcome. D. E. COX, CP D. H. PROCTOR, C C
W. A. WORSTELU Scribe. ' R- L. LINCOLN. K. of R. A 8.
" L. O. T. M.
M. D. of A. Hive No. 17, L. O. T. M merO
Meets first and third Thursday eve- every first and third Thursday of ed
at L O. O. F. hall. Visiting members moath at 2 o'clock In the afterntx
tiways welcome. Visiting members made welcome. ,
J. A. ARBUCKLK. President SADIE KLINTWORTH L. C
C J. VANDERPOEL. Secretary. MRS. EVA M'INTYRE. K. of R.
Woodmen ol tne World. ' Itobekaha.
La Grande Lodge No. Ill, W. O. Crystal Lodge No. 80. meets ever?
W meeu every Saturday evening Tuesday evening at the L O. O. t
In K. of P. hall in the Corpe hall. All visiting members are U-
building. All visiting members wel- vlted to attend,
some. M. M. MARQUIS, RACHEL E. WORSTELU N. a
H- KEENET, Consui Commander. TILLIE CQX, Secretary
"'- H. P. O. E.
Just What You Ordfs-ed. Grande Lodge No. 433. m
Tou can depend upon'your order ech ""day evening at 8 o'clock H
coming Just as you ordered It when Elk' c,ub' cwrer iepot street
you place your meat order with 8tll- Wshlnl0n venue. Visiting brothrn
r ,h - 'uuh"- p6" .
- ct5 O. E. M'CULLT, Rec Set
Tliey Take Uie Kinks Oak
I have used Dr. King's New Life
PUls for many years, with Increasing
. satisfaction. Thtr ta '.L
of stomach, liver and bowels, without
fus or friction. says N. IL Brown.
PitUfleld, VL Guaranteed satlsfacr
""7 nt Vewim's drug store. 15c.