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MEMM- . BSEBYER LA GB15DE, OREGOX. FRIDAY, BIT 14, IMS.
AU of Our Silk Dress Patterns Reduced
There are no reservations made you have, your choice from our entire
- stock of silk patterns, including the newest patterns of; messalines.
. This sale represents exceptional values and coming at the time of year ' :
you want Silk dresses.
'This is a Sale that is Not
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Arrivincy Dailir Some of New York's smrrtest styles-we -ruuvill
LJMly are showing various styles for all fifeures
aarid our lme is so assorted as to allow a wide choice of material and
range of prices. -
Closing Out a $i5 Line for
Capets, Rugs and
ju'wij!'iiiiiii.i ii y-,Hffrffl
$5, $5.50, $9 $10
$1.50 to $4.50
$7 to $10
The Second Hand Dealer
v111 nit. ami i ftt
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J ' t stliiR light on the Snake river road
hihI some of the hardships pertaining
U' th ' running of preliminary lines,
i In an Interview with, out? of the en
gineers, it says:
"Thi' survey for the line was mailt'
e j during the season of 1S06 and 1907.
j four parties being In the Held for
I fifteen months. The work along the
i ranyons was very haxardoua and the
was ne-esary to lower men over the
c liffs with ropes to make it jossible
to do the Instrument work necessary.
The road is located about Cfteen feet
above the extreme high water mark.
Between ' Homestead and Pittsburg
landing the rep In the river is only
about fourteen feet to the mile, and
an Ideal grade has been secured for
the road the entire distance. Between
those two points there are six tun
nels, ranging in length from 600 to
3.000 feet- Practically all the dis
tance the road will have to be blasted
out of solid rock, and the engineers
estimate that some of the work would
cost .(104,000 a, mile, while the average
for the entire line would equal at
least 150,000. Mr. Kress states that
his Information Is that the length of
the line from Huntington to this point
is about 200 miles, so that the cost
would be approximately $10,000,000.
"Mr. Kress stated that It was the
view of all. the engineers that the
Homestead section would never have
been started except for the fact that
the decision had been reached to build
the entire line, and the character of
the work done, in rushing the location
survey, later sustained this view.
i Ann iam
LADD CANYON, May 1 1. (Special)
An auto party of Union people came
over to Ladd Canyon Sunday after
noon, where they visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Counsell. Those
present were: Messrs Ralph and Steve
HutchhiBon; and the Misses Mabel
Hutchinson, Etta Sheltou and Mabel
Miss Mary Banton is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. W. E. Winburn of La
Mr. John Graham has returned from
Wolfe creek, where he has been visi
ting his neice, Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson,
of that place.
Waldo and Tommy Crowley, who
has been visiting cousins at the home
of Mr. James Mulholland. returned
Tuesday to their home in Summer
ville. Master Edward Graham spent Fri
day night with his sister, Mrs. W. C,
All real estate in the city of La
Grande has been listed and assesed.
according to Deputy Assessor C. A.
Vurpillat, and all that remains is
some scattering personal propoerty.
June 1st will And the city ascsessed
In full and complete. t
Assessments In the county precincts
are progressing rapidly too. Judging
from the returns coming into the
assessor's office daily.
Assessments this year are worked
on a new plan, laid down by the state
board, and, considerbale interest is
taken in the results.
Tomorrow afternoon d!let.vit3 ami
members from the live Union county
loin's of the Farmers' Cooperative
fcnd Educational Union wl'.i meet in
tli Knights or Pythias hst'. jyid en
deavor to strengthen all the locals by
tie formation of a centra! or coun
ty i nion. The locals ?r.vt r almost
It-very part of the county, be!n? situ
j aed Cove, La Grande. ;' Union' and
t North, with a Joint one at Im!ler and
' Alii el.
crew with which -Mr. Kress was en-
4iitti",'iii! "' one man. At points It
("ood Candy Chen p.
, McDonald's chocolate 40 cent candy
on sale Saturday only 2." rents a
box. At the Silverthorn's FamllyDrug
Invested In a bottle of thos wonderful, fcrmk fat-rfducifi taV.tj
nd In 30 days you wljl be a normal, vell-formd p.ieon again, Dun't csrrj
around your ugly bulk, your ungainly superfluou- "ienh. It makes you mt
era'jle ridiculous and what Is more Important. It Jects you to ft' a com
iuenci, sudden death f'om fatty degeneration, heart rilea. kidney trov
ble. apoplexy and muscular rheumatism all come Ircm OVER-FATXESl
I .'.'.?ii:t! . 1
lhousands of Testimonials from Grate
ful People Prove This
vniip MnjuY n-n:c :r :T r-;; -
ANTI-CORPC Is absolutely the g reatest discovery In mealcino ior .
duclng fat. It Is made In the form a little tablet out of Vegetable mat
ter and Is easy and pleasant to take. It la endorsed by every reputable phy.
slclan and College of Medicine. Ask our doctor, , . '
ANTI-CORPTJ Is absolutely harm! ess. The formula used In making this
reparation U on file in the Bureau of Chemistry In Washington, which
proof that It Is PURE an4 HARMLES3.
AXTI-COHPU reduces FAT 3 to 6 pounds, a week. It reduces double
chin, fat hips and flabby cheeks. No wrinkles result from this reduction.
of It makes the skin close-fitting and smooth.
ANTI-CORPC st- engthens weak heart, cures l alpltatlons, short breath,
and acts like magic In muscular rheumatism and gont.
PRICE $1.00 per bottle. Money back If It don't do all we claim. It
your druggist does not keep It, show him this advertisement and make him
ret it for you, or you can send for it DIRECT to us. We pay postage and"
. , ,
vuu tu piain wrapper.
SO DAYS' TREATMENT IN EVERY BOTTLE. .
We will send you asample of this wondeiful fat-reducing
remedy on receipt of ten cents to pay for postage and
packing. The sample Itself may be sufficient to reduc th.
desired weight Mention this paper. Desk 4.
ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CS.
WEST 125th STREET NEW YORK ,N Y.
IS NOW CURABIE
Are you afflicted with ths diseasa
Are you still using a i-"nr
'Are yru still using a twee-
Have Jot U .: )
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Scaly Specialist has, after 15 years of research
and'experimenting, discovered an absolute remedy
' for this unsightly disfigurement.
Guaranteed . ' v
to Destroy the
- or Your
The above Is not the result of magic, but of this wondeH ii ilm cv.
ery named MAJI. This protograph Is OXE of the thousand of i.-rs
MAJI has cured. MAJI is endorsed and recommended by tbe' iK-t
reputable physicians as the only remedy for PERMANENT removal
and destruction of superfluous hair
The action of Mils WONDERFUL
compound commences immediately on
Its application to the parts afflicted.
MAJI does not burn the hair, thus1
making It return more coarse and
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root of tJie evil it dstroys the causo
of the growth. It destroys the factor.J
favorable to Its growth. Majl curet
by destroying .he productive condl
ttons that cause this disease
If you want to be CURED, If you want to dispense with tho fine!
razor. If you want to discard the heavy "veil you are compelled to
wear to conceal this humiliating, unsightly blemish, get a bottle ct
MAJI nowat once. If your druggist does not keep it send $1 to us
direct and we will mall tt .to you. postage prepaid; in plain wrapperr.
Turkish Remedy Co;
31 West 125 Street. New York! IM. Y.
Address Desk 4. Free Valuable Booklet "The Key to the Problem,"
SENT OX REQUEST. '. -
E-Rl'-SA-TllK OXLV LAWilL PILE CUKE.
Because it does not contain narcotics, mercury, cocaine, lead or any
poisonous drugs. Because E.Rl'-SA cures piles. U. S. Dispensatory
recommends every Ingredient of E-Rl'.A. Drug laws make "false or
misleading statements" a crime. 1 Therefore the sale of all old or nar
cotic pile medicines is Illegal because they effect the brain and spinal
marrow produce constipation and never cure. Onlv druggists of ,
highest standing sell and endorse E-RU-SA. . "
,; JiLUKinuurs r AJtlLi IKl STOKE.