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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1911)
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) LA GRANDE EVENING OBSEHVER,
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The great popularity of this department of our store and the con
tinued demand for good goods at a low price, have induced us to make
another large purchase of seasoriable merchandise at prices that en
able us to sell them - ;
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25 TO 50 PER GENT BELOW REGULAR
This space will not permit us to quote prices on everything, but the following will give an idea of the bar
; 'gains to be secured in-this department p-w
SHOES : '-.V.
Children's Kid and Calf Shoes..:...... 4 39c to. 69c
Misses' Kid and Calf Shoes.....!. 4 79c to 98c
Misses' and Ladies' Canvas Shoes 48c
Ladies' Kid Shoes .$1.19 to $1.49
Boys' Kid and Calf Shoes. JL $1.39 to $1.49
Men's Work Shoes...................:- 98c to $1.39
Men's Dress Shoes, $3.50 to $5.00 values..;-... $2.48
APRON GINGHAMS......:..... .....6 14c
DRESS GINGHAMS.:...:.:.. :.:.....;......... ..... Cc
DRESS GOODS... ................. .....HALF PRICE
LACES AND EMBROIDER'S . . HALF PRICE
RIBBONS..... HALF PRICE
HOUSE FURNISHINGS ,
Clothes Racks, 8-arm. . . 25c
Hat Racks, extension......... .............15c
Towel Racks :.....:.....10c
Perforated Chair Bottoms..... ...8c and 10c
Granite Tea Kettles......! 60c and 65c
Granite Stew Kettles........ .. ...25c
Fancy Plates, . Cups and Saucers, Pitchers
Bric-a Brae, etc .. ......... ..15c
GLASSWARE T; NWARE GARDEN TOOLS
E Opera House Block
La Grande, I regon
Clogston & Nutter
Painters, Paperhangers, Decorators
Phone Ind. 1341. 1 708 1-2 Sixth Street
CALL - AND - GET - PRICES
NEWER CONTRACT IS LET AND
MANY OTHER THINGS DONE.
Majority Sid' on Wasliiuuto in Fat or
of the raving Element.
Martin 3 Bradley
Phone black 3482
NEXT DOOR TO
list your FARM AND FRUIT LANDS, With
E. S. GIVENS INVESTMENT CO.
We have Seattle people who are wanting to
invest in OREGON we have invested and can
interest our friends. Write us at once, giving a
complete description of what you have for sale,
and we will get you results. No agents.
E.S. GIVENS INVESTMENT CO.
226 LEARY BUILDING, SEATTLE, WASH.
Acceptance of the G. II. Sufh? rtov.rt
b'd of some $42,000 for t!m conrfn-c-tlou
of aiiinoxlmaii'ly 7 1-2 milea of
sewer in this city, hearing of import
ant committee reports ami deciding !o
pave Washington avenue from Firs:
to Fir regardless of the minoriU pro
tests, were only a few of the import
ant transactions occurring at the
council session last evriilng when.
Mayor Richardson and all (hi council
men, Davis, Orvis, Church, Mackey,
Dunn, Fleming, Finley and Logsrto.i.
Reports of committees were heard
with considerable Interest. Th? street
committee reported that of the toUil
of ol5 feet of frontagj on Washing
ton avenue proposed to he paved, l.iss
remonstrated, leaving a total of 33
majority for the paving. IMds were
ordered advertised for when the coun
cil decided to do the paving, and the
bids will be opeued July 24."
The special committee sent to Port
land to Invent lenta fire nnnnrntua
made Its report and the report was ! referred.
referred back to the fire and police
committee. The text of tho special re.
port, signed by Councilman Maikev
and Orvis is that the Long prrjir
tlon' be adopied: that the S.i.sno com
bination chemical and hose automo- j Tn'ey Wflnt connections with the hard
bile be sent here for a SO days' trial j surface at Adams or not at all. This
under the direction of a skilled m:i-!wa! als referred,
chtnlst and that the city give the ap-' Applications for liquor licenses,
paratus a thorough tryout and If no' ' accompanied by $02.', the balance due
found satisfactory that the machln 'or the year, were read and accepted,
be returned. The report seemed to TlieRe are J. E. Foley, Chrla Wright,
meet with popular favor and unless J- F- O'Connell, Herman Roesch, li
nen Lottes, George Good, Julius Fish
er and G. A. Lincoln.
Bills for work done by the Warren
Construction company on Main.
i!:t!;:'; t'.rt it '.:a;l taken the
Ic,' 't bid of th-) lo" presented last
V,l::;gday evening and the report
Th's is the contract that Involves
a? c.'t s -ven nrd a half milss of sewer.
I That minor bills cannot slip through
V efho:i'.i?r without proper scrn
'hy 'ran'e evldenca last evening
w' tp t'n; various committees reported
on bills. Of ths entire batch only a
few wei-o h?!fi vrt ;)?U:I!ni further in-vc-t'gallcn.
Jt was found that O. K.
had been neglected in some instance
but after pruning here and there and
careful study of the nature of the bills
all were finally allowed in some form
Th? city auditor reported the bool;s
of the citv to be In O. K. shape. lie.
found minor errors in some instance
but they had been corrected. The
Dan Marx property on Elm street will
have to install a 12-foot sidewalk it
one-?, according to the report of the
commission apposed for that pur
pose. Minor errors have crept in'o the no
tices to property owners on Fir street
relative to the proposed macadam ot:
that street and the day of remon
strances has been postponed until
June 7. In the meantime the property
owners will be re-advised of the work.
Property owners bftween M and N
west of Fourth petitioned that a sew
er be laid temporarily in th? gulch and
to connect with the sewer east of
Fourth. This was referred.
A petition for a board sidewalk on
W. avenue from North Greenwood to
Y and to the city limits was read and
A remonstrance aeainst (he macul.
am on North Greenwood from the rail
road track to T avenue was read. The
chief reason is that the tax payers
w?re misinformed about the distance.
Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
COMPLETEMA CHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
Depot Street Mahaffy Blclg'.i
Always Send Your Clothes to the
to the Best Place to have theim
We do the best, work because we ar equipp
to handle it. New machinery, Expert workmer
We call for and deliver.
WE ELITE DYEING and CLEANIM
Main 64. Waggoner & Zundll
the machine Is found to be wanting of
its promises, La Grande will in nil
probability have such a truck soon.
Final action will be taken next Wed
The water, health and sewer com-
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