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The Stiipeiiclijo of tlie iltiife. :Stocskj
THE DEAtH KNELL HAS SOUNDED AND rilGH PRICES ARE DOOMED. THIS STOCK OF HIGH GRADE DRY &0ODS, LADIES', MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FURNISHINGS, NO-
. ' TIONS, CAPS, SHOES, GROCERIES, ETC., MUST BE SOLD OR GIVEN AWAY IN
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THE CHANCE OF; A LIFETIME TO BUY SEASONABLE;
ran miiDiSD- wM-m mm-mmu
DEIENl) ABLE GOODS AT A MERE FRACTION OF THEIR iNTRlNSiC WORTH. " 4
TT ffilTJr 0 WE WlIX GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE
II I J f j i " ehvelopes containing coins ranging in value from 1 cent to $1.00, and 50 envelopes contain
I gf? V -1 1- 2 ORTH. The envelopes will be handed out as the first 100 enter the store. There will be a cr
to each of the first 100 persons td enter tM store at opening hour; 10:23 a. m. Saturday, art envelope
containing either a piece of U. S. coin or a merchandise, certificate. There are NO BLANKS. 50
merchandise certificates ranging ih value from 5c to 50c YOU DON!" NEED TO BUY A CENT'S
owd waiting for the doors to open, so come early and take your place m line. Be one ot we urst iuu.
Im. tlhie IS
The Entire Stofck bf Jiin Beards Gasti- Store All to ke'Macect xrjJ P
Sale For What It Will Fetch For -cash
Jr Following the lead of the greatest merchants in the country in their attempt to stop the ever-rising cost of merchandise, Jim Beard has determined to reduce prices to
a level which has not been known for many, many years. A reconstruction period now faces the whole mercantile world. Every merchant is now asking the all-important
question, "What is coins to happen?" Jim Beard said to me. "Kellv. I have far more merchandise than is" needed duriiin this reconstruction period and, for a fact -I- am
tired of packiiig the load. . I want to sell off about half of it. Can you do it?" "I can sell anything if I init the lirice low eiiougli,!!' I replied Wefl;:i am' wiliiilg
to let you
name the prices so lonas you turn the goods into money," said Beard. So there you ar&. v Every thing in this magnificent stock will be marked down, and during this sale
Umatilla County folk can buy anything in the store at one-third, oiie-half, and in many instances less thaii' one-half off. Mr. Beard aud i vvalked over to the Corduroy
Pants. "Here are a lot of Corduroys,' said he; "They die marked 6.5D. What' will we sell 'em for jiov" "FrAif eighty nine," I replied.-" fSell 'em for less make it
S3.h3," said Bard. "JVIaybe they wouldn't believe il," I protested. "Why shouldn't they believe it?" askfed Beard; "I've been here siifce HeCtor was a pupdiid I've, never
handed out anjihinliut cold facts." Sd I pocketed my objetHioh aiid there yoil a ire4.' libd ridiculously l6w jirices that I am marking bii this m'ef chandise Nfduld 'put life
iiito even Pharoks mummy, so come eipectmg to se '
" YoilrsteCood bargains,
, : TI1E
J ' "IlAND of ,
: F FATt
lias placed within- your
easy grasp mighty, possi-
bilities of economy and of
"sucli importance that '
when you enter the store
and see . the ridiculously
Ibw'prices we Tiare placed
on this high grade merch
andise you will hardly be
lieve your eyesight. The
most critical shoppers and
the most prudent ' and
shrewdest buyers are es- j
pecially invited. They will j
realize their most sangu
ine hopes.. Don't miss this
ilan to be Mere
"T torn now until Saturday; Dec 18th, we wiH'giv a valuable
ticket with every 23c purchase: If the clerks forget to give them
to you when you make your purchases, ask for them.
t - OPEN fctENINGS
During this sale," this" tort will be'ttpeitevfenings f&r your
from Denver to tlie coast as the worlds i'eatest Bargain giver. When
I take vera stock of merchandise5 to reduce of close outVit hiiist hiove
f " at once, iio matter what the sacrifice may costi Belling a ' stock- like
ti this is ii8;lhap.-sBUt I kliow that if I take thJis- liigh-gradeV Stocfe-:and
c ut cut tlie prices low eriough the puhlie will res potiU' trulckly; And if
yoii think I have4 iibt-cut tlie prices to theqluckdrop hiat 103 a: m. -
Saturday, WiM' Ui& bigsUi5hte? starts. ; G. Wi rCELLY.
i l EXTRA -BARGAINS
' YE 1L$ PLACED IN AXftkEL IN THE FRONT DF
THE STOIIE ARTICLES WORTH AS MUCH AS $2.00 AND AS
; 1 LITTLE !AS i5c AND THE SALE PRICE OF THE SA5IE IS ;
' .- 5-10c "
ASK ABOUT THEM
At Priced that Will Flumhiok r6u.
Herelaf e the best fearg-kins in East sinire A3-,
am topped (iff breakfast ' with the forbidden
fruit. . - ' .
r : ' "fLoUR $2.47 A SACK g
'; "''With' every purchase :df $10 Of over; "Limitf
- one sack to a customer. - - -
' . $2.25 Larke cans Uncle John's Carte ahdMapi
' Syrup J;..:...:.....- :.......r....r $1.53
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" $1.23 Medium Cans Uncle Johns Cahe and Ma
' pie Syfup .; ..............77i
50c Small Can Uncle Johns Cane and jMaple?
. Syrup .. ............:.r... 39
20c cans Standard Tomatoes, 0 cans f oH....9(3
20c cans Standard Corn, 6 cans for........,..v...j0&
20c cans Standard Pear, 6 tans for .........90c
20c Cans Pork and Beans
25c cans Pork and Beans ..
35c Cans Porft and Beans
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
and bring it In any time before Christmas
f ' t
with 49c and' we will give you 2 pounds of ,
liigrh brade coffee for it. 1 ;
15c Carnation; Bordehs and Canyon Milk, 7 talK
" cans for ; ;.:............. r.-.SZc,
40c Royal CUb Arid Blue Label Tomato
.- Catsup 33:"
Fresh sfocft Rolled Oats, 9 pdohd bags ..:-fe9)t
Crystal White-, Whit v Unvy ad Bob Whit?
Laundry Soap; 17 bars for :......$1.0C
35c Seedless Raisins, per pound package......28fcf
Caiiforhia'Wh'ite Javy Beans," H lbs. for.:..$1.0ol
r Englisk Walnuts, this year's cfdp, 3 lbs: for $1.00
iUxed Chiistmas Candies, per pound ..:.......47ki
Faftcy Mixed Nuts.'per pound ........:;....;..J.i...'..45
Extra Fancy Quality Bacon Backs, per lb.i:...3te
Medium Heav Side Bacon, well lean streakedu
per pound :..:..;;.;!:...47f
50c Children's ilose ;...".
35c Ladies Hose
75c Ladies Bursort llose .:
75c Ladies' Knox Knit'HoseJ Black and Cordo
' ' van ....; 57c
Phttic&l Chritmir-Gif ti it rVactical .C?
Prices so low that they make your &masvj!
shopping a REAL DELIGHT.
: DRY GOODS
Hope MusliH. quantitp limited per yard......21c'.
75c! ParisUn Bird and Flower: figured"'. rieaYy: -'
? grapery Uloth, per yard : :..:....59c'
75c Fancy Plaid Toile de Nord, aiso "plafcd Ging.lt
hama; etc., per yard r.::....28c
One lot Outingr Flannel, wdrth '"up' to 60c. Your!1
choice, per yard :.;:..29&
45c Challies, per yard
85c Lingerie Crinkle Serpentine Crepe, per - lis'
v" ' yard ; 53c ?
One lot High Grade Curtain Skrim
Percales, per yard
Cretion, 36 inches' wide, per yard ..
MEN'S FURNISHINGS U
Overalls ......:.:. I :.H.i$l:Sl
75c iieavy Wool Sox ...V,f...4
S5c Heavy Wooi Sox .'...i.C.'ieSf
50c tashmere Sox ..:... ..l.:...,...:in:...2c
75c Light W6ol Sox . ; ....';.......;.....:
SScBikck Sox ............;..............:.......lc
' $1.00 Silk Sox ..I : ................?::::...4e
$2.00 Work Shirts .. ....-I$1.19
' One oi '6f Dress Shirts worth to $2.00. ' Your.- .
' " choice 89c
' WooI Shirts at Ridiculously low prices.,
" One lot of Heavy Union ?uits,' worth $2.75. now
go at : :.u:..$1.87
One lot Wool Union Suits, worth to $8.50.. now
go at :...:.:....$3.69
$3.50 Whipcord Pants ......,. .$2.8
" $6.00 Mole Skin Pants .;..'.;:...:$4.79
' $6.50 Dress Pants :..'.:':....$4.f
$6.00 He'trvjr Weight Dress Pants .::..$4.M
$10.00 All Wool Dress Pants,.. ....:.......$7.98 U
$5.00 Bovs' "Tan Sknffgrs,' with heels and high
ui tops; with" buckles .u. .....:.:1.$3.69
$6.50 Ladies' Dart Browir Pumps......: l?...$2.$a
l6ni ldt Ladies Black Kia, Black' Gun - Metal,"
Dark Brown Kid, valried to $9.50, .Your
choice ..S.V.T $4.47
$12.00 Men's Brown all leather
. army last, heavy, sole ;.l ....
$12.)0 Men's Black and Brown Blucher: new
style round toe ......::r..':.$6.49
$12.50 Men's Black English walking shies $5.79
Work ' Shoe,
GrocferieS," TrUriSS, Suit Cases, Satchels, Dry
Goods, Caps, Pants, Blankets, Quilts, Granite
and Aluminum Ware, In fact verything in the
'.' entire" store reduced nothing reserved.
IVo htiSy to collect ihbfe pricey
hut by the tinie this ad. reaches
ybti I will have1 marked ever7thing
' dblvii to rock bottom.
REMEMfiER THE SALE OENS
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SNOW OR SHINE. ;
and will continue froni day to day with ! Bigger, Jfeetter and more
Startling Bargains than are mentioned hi this advertisement j f $
STORE IS NOW GLOSED
Prepdring for Ihe most important trade event and
greatest sacrifice sale of the entife year. '
of Seattle and
SELLING THEl ENTIRE STOCK OF ; .
Gritnian Bldg.; 300 West Webb St., Cor. Willow. Just a Whisper Off Mam St teet
1llK Kfaj-Y HKIIVHT 4110 AltCAok MUKJ,, fei'lTTIiE, W.V., JOB STOO fc ltCll.tNOB Uf.D jpOKTLAKD, ORR.
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