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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1911)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
Our Spring stock fcwfc Eam
en tompietea ana wer nas mis store ceesi
able to make such good buying for our Bargain Basement. Look at
big windows for prices, a few of which we quote here:
n - Linn
Spring Mop SticW
Sure Catch Mouse
. lc each "
I Snrincr Clothes Pins
Common Clotbes Pins
lc a dozen
I ? Ladies' Hose
Clark Oi N.T.
1 il 2 W wrri
Quality the Same
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The ironmaster Edison
'Latest feature film, a magni
Priscllla and the Pequot...
An Indian story of thrilling
"situation. ' ' ':
Pftta and Pans and Poetryv.iv;
They all mix.
Max Makes Music Pathe
A positive scream all through.
You can't help It
SllTer Tber4 kmmg the Gold
Everybody's favorite, beautl
fHl.lyftrrange and Illustrated.
Matinee Miss Nellie Oarrkk. .
Evenings Mr. C. P. Ferrl.
All accounts should be presented
to Mrs. 0. Coffin at 1612 Seventh st.,
btfore March 21st. O. COFFIN.
tlon with the Sommer. Mr. Wilson
Is an experienced hotel man
Peter Pattlson is tn the city for a
few days and Is registered at the
Blue Mountain hotel. Mr. Pattlson Is
from Palmer Junction! s
Joe Parks, a prominent Insurance
man of Pendleton, is in the city to
day. Mr. Parks Is transacting busi
ness before the local land office
Wayne Wade went to Portland yes
terday to attend the live stock show
which commenced yesterday. ' Mr.
Wade will talk Union county stock at
the big show,
Officer McLaughlin has returned
from Salem where he was detailed to
convey prisoners from the county jail
F. E. and Mrs. F. Woodel of Sum
merville are stopping at the Savoy.
0. E. Hall, prominent citizen of Jo- j here
Serious illness of O.-W, Callboy
Hanlan has necessitated the hasty cal
seph, is at the Savoy. 1
Joe Lowe and wife from North Pow-
derare stopping at the Savoy.-
A. P. Houchjn of Ulysses.. Neb., Is in
the. city and regiserid -the. Savoy.'
t tars'. A. J: Vood of Elgin is at the
ling to La 6rarid:Jf the boy's father
who is operatlnff coat at St Marys
on tne uoour 0 Aiene lane.
. l u. rt. .
W. H. Mckenzie, fireman of the don
mT i. hi. key at Rondowa for Stanley & King,
F. W. Noble of Portland is at the '
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Boys ad Cirit tdl tlv boe ot
Tek Osm" Skoe Fotkk, lOe eacb.
UoVa fartr ceai ad get a nice Woun
tel. m free. A, W. Wtty 129
Oraad Av. Pwrti&a. Orafttt.
The 6reM fttrntoh Irat class
rooms ad board al f35, M and V
per month. No. Xt-d tf
L. N. Churchy of Walla Walla is
registered at the Sommer.
B. Spruce, Seattje, is a guest of the
Jaa., F. Kellum of Elgin Is a guest
of the Foley.
E. J. Forsyth of Enterprise is a
gvest of th Foley.
W. V. Crunk of Portland Is at the
Blue Mountain hotel.
Deouty Sheriff Linigren was a busi
ness visitor In North Powder today.
C. E. McArdell of East Walpole,
Mass.. is registered at the Foley
James Da it and Simon Geo of)
Elgin are guests of the Foley.
Hies PHirce Tibbetts and Miss Ruts
McNaughton were guests of tne Savoy
last night. ,
J. P. Croff to at the Foley. Mr.
Croff Is a commercial man of Kansas
Mm. S..N. Browning of Enterprise
and H. a Brown of Flora am regis
tered at the Foley. V
Geo. T. Coynes the candy man tel
ling "Fro Frutr" to registered tt ttoe
C. H. Peyso arrived yet terday from
Baker will be with the Warren
.rf:7!if.Cctlon company. Mr. Pajfeon
.an be found at the Foley
8. B. Wilson, formerly with the Ho-
MeKenzie said the work at Rondowa
was completed and the camp will be
moved at once up to near Looking
J. H. McDonel, mechanical engineer
for the Warren Construction company
who has been here for several days,
changing the plant from coal to fuel
oil burners will leave tonight to
change the Baker plant and then he
goes to Twll Falls; In fact, all north
west plants will be changed to the
Traveling Passenger Agent Jack
O'Neal passed through the city this
morning on his way home from Salt
Lake where he has been transacting
company business. He reports the
Immigrants and homeseekers coming
through the Huntington gateway In
streams of thousands weekly and Is
confident that former colonlstlo peri
ods will fade Into insignificance com
pared with this year
20-Days Spring Opening Sale
Started Last Saturday with a Crowded Store All Day
This Ad. will tell you a few of Our Wonderful Bargains
Elua Kountai. Cough Remedy will tel Pendleton, has accepted a pari-
A nit r lea a dtftor Hurt.
San Diego, March 21. William Mil
Mr, a brother of Brigadier uenerai
Henry MUner of Detroit Is lying fle
llrlons in the county hoepltal, his
head torn to piece and one eye gone
from a premature exflosicz of dyna
nr'.ts tt Lt yrz.
25 and 35c Dutch
jCollars, now . .
Hose. . . . . . ..
25c Ladies' Hose
Ods and Ends in
. Ginghams worth 4 tr
up to 30c yard . . vL
7 Bars D 0 Soap
8 Bars Good Laun- 9err
dry Soap, now. . .
5c Teilet Soap
Now. . .
7c Coat Hange 3 or
Now.. .. .. V
5o Mouse Traps
15c Box Box Cocoa
5c Tin Pups
.Now . .
25c L&non Extract
Goods on 5o a jy r
Counter, Now 3 I C
Goods on 10c 715
Counter. . . . ' 1 "C
Goods on 15c a a a
35c Vanilla Extract
6c Pie Plates,
- 10c Kitchen Knife
, $i.QO,,Corsets Now gg
45c Corset Covers
Now,. .. ..
7c Fine Laces
16c Hair Nets
Now.... .. .. ..
. Petticoats, now. .
$1.50 Hand Bags Op
Now. . ...... .' w .
Now... .. .. ..
Now. ..Y . .
50c Ladies' Belts
60c All Over Em
broideries Now. .
Embroideries worth t r
up to 20s, Now ..
50c Wor Shirts ri,
Now.. .. .. ..
Xto Weri ShJHs
Now. . . . '. .
90c Dresa Shirts
$150 Dress Shirts
Skn6.q Shoes S
Buy Shoes Now and Save Big Money.
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