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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1911)
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LX GRAXDE EVENING 'OBSERVER', TUEStVSY, XUHTTST K, TDTT.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF OXFORDS, STRAP SAND LES AND PUMPS TO BE CLOSED OUT AT ONE HALF PRICE.
It will pay you well to take advantage of this sale. 0 omplete line Misses and Children's and Boys half pric e. This will make you a very cheap shoe to finish out the
season with. Large line of men's oxfords, ladies' oxfords and pumps, in this sale at one half the former prices.
LADIES' OXFORDS AND PUMPS
Tan lace, Russia calf, $3.50 values, now ........ ........$1.75 '
Patents in button or lace, our finest dress line, $4.50
values, now ...
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. j: uieuij) iu uuuuu vv lace, our uuvst mtrss iuie, pt.w . . . , A v- , . ..
values, now ' ' " .. .................. 2.00 0ne straP tan Russia calf, $3.50 value, now. . ...... 1.75
. Patent lace only, fine dress, new last $3.50 value, now 1.75 Patent Russia calf pump, $3.50 value, now . '. . . . . . . . 1.75
I'Himilar to above $3 00 values, now 1.50 Patent oxfords, lace, $3.50 value, now. ....... . . . . . 1.75
Gun Metals and viei s, all new. spring lasts, 3.00 .. . , . A. ,
.values, now 1 .1.50 Similar style to above, $2.85 value, now .......... 1.43
.The aboA-e are all this spring's stjles. Tliere isn't an The above are all this spring's numbers. New lasts
"Id number in the lot ' , , ., and the latest styles. .
CHILDREN'S OXFORDS AND" PUMPS
i Complete line of misses and children's oxfords? and strap One and two strap pump, tan and vici, 5 to 8, $1.15
sandals, half price. value; now .5sc
One strap pump, in vici, sizes one to 3 1-2, 60c values, 0ne strap pumps and oxfords, in tan and vici, 81-2 to
now... 4 . . . . . . cue . 11, $1.40 values. now ... . 7nr
1 One strap pump, in patent, tan ana ox Diooa, ibc vai- ---. - lZt:;.:
ue3,noV... ...... ......... v. .38c .J1"110 above, same sizes, $1.65 value, now. ..83c
One strap pump, tan and vici, 2 1-2 to 6, 90c value, now 45c Pumps and oxfords, in patent, tan and vici's,, 12 to 2,
One and three strap pump, tan and vici, 2 1-2 to 6, v. $1.75 values, now ;..,.....v.w.;.;.. .....,;..,88c
$1.25 value, now . . ... . .. ; . . . . . . . . , . . . , . . , -. '. . . 63c Similar to above in same sizes, $1.95 values, now . . : . . 98c
LacJies IVlisses' an
The Complete Line on Sale at OneHalf the Former Price
$5.00 Values $2.50 $2.50 Values $1.25 $t 5
$3.00 Values $1 .50 : $1 .75 Values ; .87 $1 .00 Values 50c
Special Sale this week on Corset Cover Embroidery
40c and 50c'Values X:v..''f:':;':;
"' X--r'"'-ry-' v P0N'T OVERLOOK OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT SPECIALS, ,,:f- ,)J:;l.2.l-C:
Large line fancy assorted glassware ..... . .... .--.. --r-u- . . . . : . h . . . ; . ;,:V ". ''. !:. " : ". '.'.v'.: .V.:V . , . 1 ; 23c
' ""This includes handled Olives, Stemmed Jellies, Scallo ped Fruits, Vases, Rose Bowls and many other fancy shape dishes the price is very low for this class of goods.
In the basement we carry goods that are a necessity i n the home and you can supply all of these home necessi ties with coupons you get up stairs in all departments
for cash trade. We give one 5c coupon for each $1.00 c ash purchase. Trade with us. Save your coupons and get your home necessities absolutely free in our bargain,
basement. ' . i:v.!;:';-;.;t:Vv;:i'- :;;'':i.-...;;v:'iy;:':.''': '-r - -. .'
Bert Sprague apd wife 9't Joseph, ar
ived yesterday and were guests at
he Savoy over night. . : - K.;
"The Star Spangled Banner".
. . . A'. . . . -; . . 4 . . Edison
A magnificent Edison special
showing under what' clrcutn
frtancei Francis Scott Key com
posed the national ode. Mead
pi ess description, Hnfl don't fail
to see (t. ', .
"A Tragic Wedding" .... Pathe
, Talefof a gypsy's love anl rt
venge. A splendid piece , t
work hDth -photographlcany and
, in actibn. ... : , , -V
"Wher4 There's a Will There's
A Infe clean comedy. Th old
old noiy, but with entirely new
ideas 4 t Bltuations. lt a
"The N.trate of Soda Indus- '
try of Chile". ........... Sel!g
A splendid educational pic
ture of ithis great undertaking.
IHustrated'Song "What a Fun-
oy tittle World TM Is." .
By M. C. T. Terrta.
, PAY YOUI9 WATER
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4 $ 4 'i
M rB. aV i. Wood of felgln was a Som-
nur uest yesterday evening. "
Mr. and Mrs. Al Felt of Galeshurg,
111., were Sommer guests last evening
f!!d this morning. .
Louis Cohn, handling Gato, cigars,
with headquarters at Portland, stopped
at the Foley last night
"Mr. and Mrs.'John L. Parker, of
Meacham,, stopped at the Savoy last
night. ' . ; "
W. C; Crawford and AI Long, both
of Elgin, were registered at the Sa
voy last night. . '
Ole Stageberg of the Fir street gro
cery store, is on the sick list today.
, Mrs. Forsythe, of Enterprise, tran
sacted business In the city last night,
staying at the Savoy while here.
M, Lang and wife of Austin were La
Grande'visltors las: evening, stopping
at the Savoy. ':
Attorney J., D. Slater Is a business
visitor In Union today, attending to le
gal mat'.ers. A
Land Attorney J.. T. Williamson, of
the Williamson land ' office, arrived
home today from a business trip to
Mrs. T. J. Scroggin and daugter
Aledain 'took their departure this
morning for Portland to . visit with
friends. ' '
W. W. Johnson of Walla Wlla, and
H.: L. Baltezore, the church of the
Nazarene missionary, also of Walla
Walla, were guests at the Savoy last
night. "' "" .,:.
Mrs. C. B. Clark (s in the. cltyvvis-
iting her many friends for a few days
arriving yesterday I f ron Rondowa
where - she Is making ? her cummer1
home. .' ' '
G. R. Lay of Joseph was one of the
Savoy guests last night
T alius Jacoby of Chicago and J. M.
Van Ripper, of St. Joe, were Eastern
salesmen staying at the Foley - last
W. M. Powell, with headquarters in
Portland, but it resident of Baker, was
at the Foley yesterday. Mr. Powell
handles sash and door goods.
Jerome and D. L. Fulop of Port
land, handling Cuesta Rey and 'Tom
Keene cigars, were Foley guests last
night - .
Henry D. Allen, a well known base-t
ball promoter and cigar dealer of Ba- ;
ker, passed through the city last night j
on his way home from Joseph where
he has been camping for a few days. ,
R. McGinnla and family of Spokane
are visiting. Frank Maloney and family
for a few days. ;
Miss Louisa Ct-nsell of Ladd Can
yon has been elected to occupy the
Long Creek school teacher's desk the
coming winter. ' ' ' ,:
Rev. H. P. Peterson and Prof. W. E.
Thompson ,of the ' Methodist church
and public schools at 8ummervll1e re
spectively, are La Grande visitors this
after spending a few days camping at
Joseph? Lake. They were guests at
the Sommer while here. 1
F. H. Andrews, of the Portland Pa
cific Coast Paper company, Ellen Peel, 1 an electrical, house salesman of Port
handling the Berlin machinery of J .
Spokane J. W. Haublns a fountain pen land- were 801,16 of the Fo!ej' ue8tB
man of San Francisco, and F. Earl, last night. -
'JVbw you have looked overall linos. Jjfutos cam'edJiiGrande and still
want a machine that will never fail, investigate
company, implement dealers, has gone I Charlea A. Johns, wife and daugh-
to Wallowa on business matters. He ter, MIbs Ruth, were In the city last
Intends to be gone most of tho week, evening on their way home to Baker
R. W. Leighton, Exclusive Agent
It does the work and does.it easier than any of them and costs less tQ main
tain. We can prove it to you. ,
MD FLYER BICYCLES
They are standard the world over and are lionest values to the purchaser.
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Repair depai-tment fixes troubles after others, have, tried and failed. Take your
work to him first and save time and expense. " "