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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1910)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910.
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' ' Saturday, ' Jano
never oerore nave you seen anytnmg ime it, nor nas sucn a sale ever oeen neia m mis j
gains of a life time.
We will Show You the Best Line vf Goods to be
WE WANT YOU To examine them an d judge for yourself what they are and,
how remarkably 16w they are priced. The price will astonish you. Every
thing displayed for your inspection.? , : ' , : ' -
: We will show you that never in your life before have you had suclran op-
portunity to purchase the high class of merchandise at such sacrifice prices.
-Simply drop in and examine the goods and the prices, and you will pel
sure to come every day so long as this great selling event lasts. . ,
WE REPEAT : - A :
IP W. W. BERRY & CO WERE NOT FORCED TO THE WALL l:
you would not have had this glorious o pportunity of purchasing the finest s '
at a lower price than you would have to pay, for shoddy goods. Cut this out
as a reminder so you can be here early Saturday morning.
I At our "beautiful selection of new spring muslin underwear, just arrived.
Every garment of the 1911 Vintage. B atiste, Nainsook, Swiss-an ideal array,
and it can be truly said unexcelled by none, and equalled butby few. -
THIS ENTIRE LINE WE ARE OFF ERINO YOIT BELOW COST.
Every garment displayed on our bargain tables marked in plain figures
for your inspection. You must not hesitate. ' . , .
- Does Your Wardrobe Need Replenishing?
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. If so, you can do it during this clo sing out sale with the latest models and
patterns in everything in the ladies' re ady to wear line. You can save from
50 to 60 per cent by buying during this time. You will never find better lines
than here. You can purchase everything necessary to fit you out from head
to foot. )-yr:.-l ';v ;''(:'--ix.
AT A VERY LOW COST.
A whole outfit at about the price you usually paid for one article of wear
ing apparel. You get a better effect in appearance here it costs you . less.
Takes practically but little money, and you do not have to stint yourself at
these prices. It is cheaper to buy than to mend. v
Black, white and all colors, at suh prices as you have never dreamed of.
This is a grand lot. It is indeed a shame to sacrifice such beautiful and taste
ful garments. But they must go with the rest. We must have the money. ,
IT HAS BEEN THE CUSTGMv
for merchants on opening a sale to give away goods. This we can not do
as we are making the price so low that each article is practically, a gift , Wo
want al! to share in this great profit sharing event. We will treat, all alike
guaranteeing' entire satisfaction to each and every purchaser who is fortunate
enough to attend this saler " ','
Stop , and think what this sale means to you. All the goods are fresh and j
clean.- Everything sacnnednot one article reserved, au must go ana tnac
; in a few days. - As the entire stock must be turned into cash to! meet the de
mand of avaricious creditors. .
Examine everything. You will find some
comer. Come. early, as you know these hi
we are off ering them. The iirsi have the
This line consists of everything imaqinabl
offer you values al prices never heard of before. " o
50 heauiful winter hats sacrificed. Offered to vou ziil
this price you an have a beautiful and useful hat from
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