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LA GRANDE, UNION COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910.
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MANY ODDS AND
DURING OUR' STOCK TAKING WHICH HAS B HEN IN PROGRESS FOR THE PAST FOUR DAYS,. WE HAVE FOUND
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UU u Kwu-iiwa ALiu xwsajs liuuiuu i U OTiiEK LINES WE ARE CLOSING OUT MAKE ONE ,0P THE BEST COLLECTIONS OP
BARGAIN MERCHANDISE IT HAS EVER BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO OFFER. THE PRICES WE HAVE MARKED ON THEM BEAR NO RELA
TION TO THE ORIGINAL COST. '
Many Goods at Half Price and Less
BOYS' SUITS.N . ' ,
There are still a few good values of these that
are going at half price. v r
$3.00 SUITsi NOW . . . ,t. ;;.V. :. : . . $1.50
' $3.50 suits, Now .". : . yF-TJT7:&'
$5.00 SUITS, NOW ... ..$2.50
DRESS GOODS. "V ;
25c to $2.25 Values at One-Half Regular Price.
LADIE3rAND CHILDREN'S COATS.
$3.00 MISSES' COATS, NOW $1.50
$3.75 MISSES COATS, NOW . ; $1.88
' $4.50 MISSES COATS, NOW .$2.25
$5.50 HIoBisa uoats, WOW . . . ... ; . . , .$2.75
$8.50 MISSES' COATS, NOW $4.25
$7.50 LADIES' COATS, NOW $3.95
$12.50 LADIES' COATS, NOW, .$6.25
$17.50 LADIES' COATS, NOW $6.25
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS
ONE LOT-$7.50 TO $17.50 VALUES a o r-a
NOW EACH .....JpO.50
ONE LOT $12.50 TO $20.00 VAL- a- rtH
MEN'S HATS ; .
ODD LOT-GOOD SHAPES, $2.00 ft AA
TO $3.00 VALUES, NOW EACH . . . y lUll
LIEN'S LINED GLOVES AND MIT- '
TENS ONE- FOURTH OFF.
If You are Looking for Bargains. See Us
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All r HIISI MU ULU T T" T- : ; ; " ' : ..r":,.;: -TT . I Porlum wUl find familiar faces within ,
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TEXAS COMPANY OPENS AN OF.
FICB IN IK GRANDE,
rirm Malei Prorlstoiu for Borrow.
Ing Money to Bay Lots and Bnlld
. Providing a way so that the person
making application for a loan need
not own real estate,- and ' In
volving alx months , grace . In the
payment of monthly Installments, the
Standard Real Estate Co. (Inc.) of
Dallaa, Texas, has opened a branch of
fice with the Phy Real Estate company
and W. P. Medders their agent Is now
Introducing his plana to the La Grande
people. The chief points in the firm's
manner of business Is that no real es
tate deed Is required to secure, the loan
at the beginning
. On the basis of $1,000 the applicant
pays $8 for application and then 16 a
month for six months, or some times
up to 12 months," making! $78, It ha
baa pato in for & year, The company
deducts $24 for expenses of placing
the loan and adds f 1.08 as Interest on
the Investment. Dung the six, eight
or more than 12 months required to
mature the contract, the applicant
names any piece of real estate which
he intends to purchase or can purch
ase, and a loan of $1,000 is placed In
the bank where it can be checked
upon to first pay the real, estate so
that the applicant can get a deed to
the .property' ani apply it as security
for the loan, and then check out for
building the home, the original $55.08
is credited. In this way the applicant
raves the way for buying his lot and
building his home thereon; though it
STEWARD'S Opera House
Wednesday, February 1st
That Beautiful and Realistic Comedy of Modern Life
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1 YEAR WebcrY Theatre, New York City
6 MONTHS Grand Opera House, Chicago fi
' Au unusual Play with Music
that is eftecUve." N. Y. Sun.
"A Genuine and Novel Treat."
N. Y. World
"Joseph Weber found a Gem of
purest Ray Serene when he dis
. covered "The Climax." N. '
"Such a Dramatic Atmos
phere is a Positive Relief."
N. Y. Telegraph.
Scats On Sale Monday at Van Burn's
Prices $?.50, $1.00, 75c and 50
requires from six to twelve months to
accomplish the preliminaries. If at
the end of any of the preliminary $6
per month payment he wishes to dis
pose of his contract he can do so
with the bonus added to what he has
already put in, making tor the appli
cant, a good investment. He gets his
money back with good interest. Mr.
feeders will be pleased to explain the
process In more detail arid he can' be
found at the frank Phy office. -v,
Mr. Jteeders la confident that his
company will be the stepping stone for
many a working man to secure a home
and residence for the six months of
grace gives leeway in case of sickness
Of financial shortage for a short time.
CHECK ARTIST ARKESTED
Hat-Tin Arrests Man at Mlnam lVho
Passed bad Checks. '
Sheriff Marvin went to Mjnam Sun
day and arrested one Frank ' Mays,
accused of passing bad checks. He
was brought up on the afternoon
train and, lodged in Jail.
Mays has been working In various
logging, camps and coming to Wal
lowa for his sprees, in the course of
which the bad paper was given. He
is alleged to have induced A. J. Pipes
to cash two checks, and Wolfe Bros ,
cue check, all amounting to $33. The
postmaster at Minam also cashed two
for $10 each. ,. - . j
Three of the checks were on the
Laldlow Savings Bank and Trust
Company" and two on V Minnesota
bank. The checks were signed P. H.
Marlon. . ' . .v. .
Coming up on the . train" Sunday,
ihe man told Sheriff Marvin that his
name was Frank Mays. Afterwards
h said F. H. Clarion was his wife's
r.nme and that he was authorlxed to
sign her name. r a
Prominent Business Man of Dodgt
City, Kas, Assumes Management
A deal was consumated' today which
changes the personnel of La Grande's
merchants,. R. E. Smith, senior mem
ber of the firm of Smith & Greene,
shoe dealers on Depot street, complet
ed a transfer this morning whereby
L, J., French, a prominent young bus
iness man of Dodge City, Kansas,
takes over the extensive business,
of the Smith & Greene firm, D. Greene,
one of the best shoe salesmen in the
porlum will find familiar faces within
the place of business hereafter as
before.. The nfw' proprietor Is a man
well .versed 'juF'the hoe business and
comeB to La Grande with the very best
recommendations? Mr. French Is one
of the best known and hugh de
gree Masons In Kansas. His business
career in Dodge CJty Is attested to as
the very best by scores of recommen
dations from his home state.
With, the arrival of a new man in
business la this city. La Grande altm
loses one of its popular merchants.
Mr. bmun nas been in business for
past sixteen years In this county and
city, a man who has had years of ex-
perlenoe in the busings, stays with though still a young man, and forced
-vW . tui me patrons anu to leave by reason of health, has wov
customers of that popular shoe em- en about . himself e. rra .
sclentlous business man of Bplendid
repute and integrity:
The name of V Bob" Smith lis synon
omous with sound business sense and
genial disposition, and when he has
moved' to his future location he will
carry with him the enviable reputa- '
tlon that Is gained by years of appli
cation or sound business principles. ;
rMPOETAJfT MEETING TONIGIIT
B. M. A. to Hold Weekly Feed and
Transact Important Business.
The regular weekly' meeting of tho
B. M. A. will be held tonight and
aside from the regular week-end
spread business matters of Immort-
ance will be brought un and a laree
attendance Is desired.-
Securing Cowboy Rebels. .
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. Cachucuca. Ariiona,' Jan. 27. Mexi
can officers of tie rebel army are re
ported la this vicinity securing re
cruits. Cowboys along the border say
, they are willing to Join if, paid ";well.
It is rumored that ths madsro Is plan
ning to push revolutionary campaign
Into Sonora, sleze ports of entry, es
tablish new republic and seek recog
nition from the Tjnited States, yi
To Lift Mortgages
r either on business
or residence property
You DO NOT have to own a foot of land
We furnish you money to Buy and Build at one and
the same time
The Standard Real Estate Co;
W. P. MEDDERS,
With Phy Real Estate Agency
LA GRANDE, OR.