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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, FRIDAY, ilARCH 10, 1911;
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The Money-Saving Store
15c Ladies' Hose . , . . . . . .
25c Ladle Ribbed Hose
20c Children's Hose .............
25c BoysVHose, 2 pairs .'. . .... . . . ....
15c Turkish Towel . . . .. . . . . . . , . . . . .
20c Turkish Towel .... . . . v ..... . . . .
35c Turkish Towel
$125 Bed Spreads
$1.65 Bed Spreads .... . . . . . . . . . .....
iwe Mucking ..........
45c Pillow Slips, pair ...............
75c Bed Sheets "...
60c Lace Curtains, pair.
85c Lace Curtains. . ...... .... . . .
$1.25 Lace Curtains ..................
$2.00 Lace Curtains.
25c Dresser Scarf . , . . . . ... .
25c Pillow. Top .... . . v. ...... . . ... ..
$2.25 Ladies' Waist
$1.75 Ladies' Waist. a
$1.00 Ladies' Waist . . . . ; . '.' .V. .......
Ladies', $1.25 Muslin Skirt.
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5Cc Corset Covers V. . ... ... . . . , . . . . .
Ladies' 35c Muslin Drawers. . . . . . . . .
7 and 10c Lace, yd. . .'. . . . . . . . .
Men's 65c Shirts
Men's Neckties, values up to 25c, choice
Men's 35c Suspenders . . ... : . . . .7". . . . .
Boys' 20c Suspenders . . .... . . .
Men's 35c Wool Sox
30c Bulk Coffee, lb '
15c box Cocoa
Corn Flakes, pkg.
Ladies' $2.00 Petticoats
Ladies' $2.25 Petticoats
SHOES SHOES SHOES
Compare Quality and Prices.
$1.75 Ladies' Shoes
$3.00 Ladies' Shoes
$3.25 Ladies' Shoes . . . .... ..........
$4.25 Ladies' Shoes, Button or Lace. . .
$5.00 Ladies' Button Shoes . ... .... . ".
We can save you big money on men's
and Children's Shoes.
75c Granite Dish Pan 25c
II YEARS FOB
TKlAL JUEORS EXCUSED OTIL
Several True Bill HaTe Been Eetorn
. ed the Pist 24 Hours.
The first penitentiary sentence to be
Imposed this term came today when
Jndfe Knowles gave G. W. Mculer two
years In the state prison on the lat
ter's plea of guilty to a charge of lar
ceny from a dwelling. ' .
Last night the grand jury resorted
a true bill against D. Walsh and Paul
Coulten for laretny'ln'a dwellln?.
committed at Union.
A true bill has been reported In th 2
case of the state versus Kendall al
leging forgery. The def.ndant plead
ed not guilty. s
The trial Jurors have been excuesd
until Monday though the grand, jury Is
still at work. ' ,
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LOSS ESTIMATED AT FIVE MIL
Itfo Mbnder hese Clothes
are the Mest in the World
Local People Have Money Interests In
1 Flood District.
San Francisco, JUarch 10. Five mil
lions Is considered a conservative ts
tlmate today of the loss caused by
the, floods and storms which prevail In
all parts of the state. More rains are
predicted for tonight. The Santa Bar
bara district has' lost a million,, and
rich bottom land has been Swept Into
the sea. The flood loss In the vicinity
of Los Angeles is severe to alfalfa and
garden truck. Over $100,000 has been
been lost In that. department of farm
life alone. Scores of houses are un
der 'water and several Southern Paci
fic bridges have gone out. N '
Prugglst Fllgate, employed at the
Wright drug store has property inter
ests In the flood section of California
and is. anxiously awaiting word from
there relative to what damage was in
flicted to his orchard properties.
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TH ItOVAL TAIMHM ' ;
Think of tailoring 300,000 Suits
to order every year and tailoring
every last one
of them on Six-Day Schedule Time!
Without the slight of a stitch of the slip
of-an hour! Without a variance or an
The wonderful efficiency that makes
this possible that is the efficiency that
makes clothes built by the Royal Tail
( ors the best in the world.
ITlkW Is3 A Die)
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"OUR NAU'-HTY CHILDREN CAMN0T BREAK OUR FRIENDSHIP."
, llilk'ard Mill to Start
J. D. Casey, the Hllgard merchant,
sawmill owner and lumber dealer, is
In the city today and said that he
would commence cutting lumber April
1st. His planer has been busy all
winter and although the lumber busi
ness has been good he has on his
yards at the present time one million
feet of lumber, also has logs enough
to make a full season's run. Mr. Cas
?y has Just finished filling a ,500,000
feet lumber Kntract for the eastern
Bert O. Carl, ah insurance man of
Portland, U in the city and stopping
at the, Foley. .
Miss Lucille Collins has returned to
her home In Union after visiting her
aunt, Mrs. John Frawley.
O. I. Wade of Summerville Is In
the city ' and la registered at the
Orande Ronde Vallev house. J
Dick Maxwell who has been fe d-
lng cattle for McKennon & Chandler.
will leave ' Sunday' for ' his home ' jn
Wallowa and take charge of the Wal
lowa' Coach association's fine horse
for the coming season.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFT.
FURNISHED ROOM, bath In, connec
tion, hot and cold water, affr March
15th. Mrs. Fred t)lttebrandt, 701
Washington Streft. ppii vW. r
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Farnum in York Tribune.
Flies Cured In to 14 Days
Puts Life Into Faded Hair and Stops
If your hair is dull and lileless, Is
falling out and getting thin on top,
then you need Parisian Sage, and the
quicker you get it, the sooner you will
thank the Newlin Drug Co. for selling
you such a worthy dependanble hatr
grower, dandruff cure and hair dres
sing. Read what Mrs. M. A. May, of 107
East Elizabeth St., Detroit, Mich.,
writes on June 6, 1910:
"I have used many 'hair restorers
but have received no apparent bene
fit until I tried Parisian Sage. My
hair Is soft and silky, and while before
I commenced using the remedy ' my
hatr was falling fast, was dry and
mlnlstrator of the estate of Mons Mor
land, deceased, has filed his final ac- ;
count and the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Union county
has fixed Tuesday, the 4th day of
April, 1911, at the court house In La ,
Grande, Oregon, as th time and place
for hearing any objections thereto,
and to finally settle Bal destate. 1
; Dated at La Grande, Oregon, thls
the 25th day of February,' 1911,
r : . J. J. CAJlR,
Administrator of the estate of Monsv
Moreland, deceased. :i
Feb. 27 5t ' V;
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"I bad been troubled with constipation
for two years and tried all of the best physi
:ins in Bristol, Tenn., and they could do
nrthin for me," writei Thou. E. Williamn,
Midd'eDoro, Ky. "Two package of Chnni
rliiin's Htmn irh n I.ir.TaWets cur''
havh, faded, and altogether unlovely
now just within the past few weeks
several have remarked how lovely
my hair was. It is also fine just for
a dressing leaving the hair soft and
fluffy. It remoes dandruff, and cures
itching of the scalp. I certainly taice
pleasure In recommending Parisian
Parisian Sage is sold by the Newlin
Drug Co. and druggists everywhere. '
Get o 60 cent bottle today, use it for
two weeks and if you are not satis
fied that It will do all that it ia ad
vertlsed to do you can have your
money back. The girl with the Aub
urn hair is on every package.
Feb. 18, Mch 1-11
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice Is hereby slv.n that the ad-
Edison "The Doctor"
Selig "Rival Dramlsts"
Urbln "Washed Ashore". . . . ,
Urbln "Wood Carvers"
Cowen, Pianist and tenor solo
ist, Grefenaway Drums and ef-j
Admission 10 cents
To Cure a Cold In Out Onr
: TMe -LAXATIVE BPOMO pulnln
'i-M. Pnieslsts refund troney If
"V'rn nn each box. 2ty
P.V70 OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
rnre any case of Itchln. Blind. BWd
'nr or Trotntdlne Piles In C to 14 days
.r money refunded. 50c. '
SWELL EASTER BONNETS FOR MEN
The very best shapes and shades. The very best quali
ties to be had anywhere. Come, see and try them on.