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TIIE MORNING OREGON TAX, SATURDAY, : JULY 31, 1930
CHARGE PURCHASES GO ON AUGUST BILLS DATED SEPTEMBER 1
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A new edition of Thayer's . Life of - Theodore
Roosevelt "100 American," formerly $5, has just
been received to. sell at i Many will want to
ha ves this intimate biography of the great",
- Meier . Frank's: Fifth Floor.
- ?sK Mr. Foster
to help with your vacation planning. The Ask
Mr. Foster Travel Service is personified in- two
ladies whose information is excelled only by their
willingness to impart it. The service is entirely
Meier & Frank's: Sixth Floor.
Big -Saturday Sale of Our Famous
English Toffee 49c
Close to half price Saturday fat English toffee, the candy that nearly everybody likes. Made by our
own artist-confectioners. Packed pound boxes. None delivered at this price.
' Meier & Frank's: -Main and Ninth Floors.
rrtmirj c m ' tear
The- Qjjalit V STORtor Portland'
mo. Want: Actira I or TSieir Money
rgert l ews
Women's and Misses'
Former price, cost, present worths everything is lost sight
of in this sale save the matter of making the newprice so low
as to insure an immediate radical clearaway. This price
fifteen dollars is a sure means to that end. ' .
Jersey sport coats in navy, Pekin, gray and black.
Auto coats of gray or tan tweeds in three-quarter
and full length.
Any of these for $15. Any one a bargain!
. Meier & Frank's: Fashion Salons, Fourth Floor.
Seems as Though .
. EverHod Is
At least one would almost think so from seeing the number of
people who come to this store every Saturday to be outfitted. The
Sporting Goods Section holds a unique interest for campers who
want the best equipment at the lowest prices. It specializes on:
' Auto beds for outside or inside of car poleless
tents wall tents wedge tents sleeping bags
pack sacks, etc
A visit to this section will disclose many other needfuls for
campers, all priced with the same becoming moderateness.
Best kinds at prices that are
"right." Experts "to help with
Meier Frank's: Sporting Goods, Sixth Floor.
We feature the famous "Dux
bak" outing clothes for men and
"Will Wear" outing clothes for
August Sale of
lets not a single day go by without demonstrating its helpful
ness. This first week has securely established it in popular
favor. In addition to reductions as advertised on furniture
of all kinds (provided quantities remain), this new special
$60 Table for $41.50
Queen Anne mahogany davenport table as illustrated; 60-inch top.
A saving of practically one-third on furniture of this worth-while
type is evidence of the thoroughneess with which the August Furni
ture Sale lowers prices.
Meier & Frank's: Furniture Store, Eighth loor.
"Scout" shoes for boys and men, children's and women's sum
mer footwear standard grades at good savings. -
Sizes 2 to 5 pair, $1.65. Sizes 5fc to 8 pair, $2.05. Sizes 8
to 11 pair, $2.45. Sizes 11 to 2, pair $2.95.
' Cool, comfortable sandals for growing feet. Just the thing '
for children's summer wear.
. Tan,, smoke and black uppers with extension flexible leather
White Oxfords $4.65
Women's and young women's white reigncloth, nubuck and
canvas oxfords at this price while any of a limited number
remain today. Military leather or low rubber heels. Leather
or rubber soles.
Official "Scout" Shoes
Sizes 9 to 13, pair $2.95. Sizes 1 to 6pair $3.65. Men's
sizes 6 to 11, pair $4.35.'
Soft, pliable smoke, tan and black leather uppers, durable
chrome elk soles. Excellent for vacation wear and for any
sort of hard usage.
Meier & Frank's: Shoe Store, Third Floor.
$22,50 to $30 Suits.
Looking to the quality of the
garments involved, the assort
ments, the savings and to the
fact that so many of these suits
will be fine for school wear, we
pronounce this one of the best
sales the boys' clothing world
has known in a long time. The
suits fall naturally into two di
2-Pants Suits $16.75
, - Several, hundred of these 2-knicker suits at a reduction of $5.75
to $7.25 each. It would be something of an accomplishment to
sell even 1-knicker suits of this quality at $16.75 and every one
of these 'suits has two pairs of full cut, full lined knickerbockers!
Many in weights and patterns suitable for school wear.
"Sampeck" Suits $16.75
On these 1-knicker suits from the house of Sampeck there is a
saving of $8.25 to $13.25 on every garment. Many of the famous
Sampeck Triple Service suits included. All "top notch", suits
endowed with the characteristics that have made Sampeck suits
the "Standard of America in Boys' Clothes." Newest styles and
Sizes 7 to 18 Years
Meier & Frank's: The Store for Boys, Third Floor.
Sale of Motor Caps 50c
Regularly $1.25 less than half price at 50c each. Motoj
caps in black and white checks.
Brushed scarfs with belts and
pockets. Attractive combina
tions in old rose, blue, brown,
wine and green. Excellent val
ues at $5.95 each. -
Also brushed scarfs are in an
excellent assortment from $7.50
to $10.50. Models may be had
with or without belts. Brown,
buff, rose, copen and other col
ors for beach and motor wear.
Meier & Frank's: Neckwear Shop, Main Floor.
CENTER AISLE SALE
Girls' White Dresses
Values range from $3.50 up to $5 and more.
Special purchase of 500 dresses in which, are included some
SAMPLES. We secured this lot from one. of the best manufac
turers of children's dresses.
in these dresses of fine organ
die, batiste and voile with trim
mings of val and venise lace
and embroidery, medallion in
Sizes 6 to 19 Years
Majority of the dresses are
in the 8 to 19-year sizes. Early
selection is advised.
Meier A Frank':
Center Aisle. Main Floor.
A Handy Little Columbia
Graf onola -
of the portable type illustrated is a
great aid to the enjoyment of one's
leisure summer hours.-- You can
dance to ' its, music on porch, on
beach anywhere, and you can take
it on picnics or to parties because it is so light and so easy to carry
that it's no trouble to take along. ' . . ' .
Come in. See it. Hear it. Test
it. You will be surprised that
such a smalf instrument can fur
nish such a high type of music.
But it is not so surprising when
you consider that this instrument,
small though it is, is equipped
with the essential Columbia fea
tures and possesses the wonder
ful Columbia tone.
Take One on .
. There will be times when and
wherever you go that 'you will
be a most popular person if you
bring-it along... . -.
We shall make up special
summer outfits of this or any
other grafonbla and records
on request. , '
Your Own Terms in Reason
' Meier & Frank's: Phonograph Shop, Sixth Floor,
Saturday, men's day, brings the climax of the mighty July drive in The Store for Men a "most
noteworthy value-giving occasion in a month that' has been productive of- the most remarkable
' Men's Suits to Go in a Hurry
We're making this a double-value proposition taking hundreds of fine suits and offering
them in two greatly underpricedlots.
Regular $60 to $85
Society Brand and Adler-Rochester clothes in
cluded with other standard makes in this disposal.
Some of the suits are close to the half-price mark.
On none is the saving less than $15 and fifteen dol
lars is not to be sneezed at when you're getting full
value apart from that consideration.
All wool worsteds, cheviots, flannels, homespuns,
basket and novelty weaves. Many in weights and
colors and patterns suitable for fall. Styles for men
and young men. Sizes 34 to 44, including some longs,
shorts and stouts. . i
Regular $45 to $55
A ten-spot is the least you save on any of these
suits. And did you notice that every garment is ALL
WOOL! The sale price alone is sufficient indication
of the extraordinary value-giving character of this
sale, taken in conjunction with the sort of merchan
dise you know we carry. The fabrics are dependable,
the styles correct for men find young men, the tailor
ing thorough. Weights in this lot for all-the-year-round
service. Every new pattern and coloring.
Models for stout, short and extra tall men and, of
course, plenty of regulars. Sizes 34 to 46.
Meier & Frank's: The Store (or Men, Third Flour.'
Shirts, Ties, Sox, Etc., Likewise
Saturday is always a big day in The Store for Men, Main Floor, but this final July Saturday is of
the excelling order.
Silk Shirts $7.95
(Tax 60c) , I
The sorts of shirts that have until recently prided them
selves on their exclusiveness are now Tiumbled in price. The
better qualities of broadcloths, nabob silks, heavy jerseys
Silk Shirts $5
(Tu 20c) "'
Not long since men were paying twice as much for like
grades and these are quite unlike anything usually asso
ciated with a $5 price. High quality tub silks in striped ef
fects that express good taste.
Polo Shirts $3.85
Men going on their vacation, week-end trips, golfing ex
peditions, etc., will" appreciate these button-through-collar
Polo shirts of white oxford cloth.
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Excellent Shirts $2
'Enough to say that they are of woven madras, oxford
cloths and 80-square percales and that they are cut and made
as good shirts should be. Soft cuffs.
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Italian Silk Ties $1.95
'- Seems like old times to get these famous Como Italian
silk brocade ties at $1.95, which is incidentally about "half
what they retail for in New York. Made expressly for us.
Silk Knit Ties. $2. 6 5
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Blanchard & Price a name to conjure with in fine neck
wear1 sent us these pure 6ilk hand frame knit ties. In some
there may be a microscopic deviation from uniformity in
shading or length. "
Union Suits $1 .95
Standard makes that usually sell for much more. Fine
knit union suits in white and ecru. Half sleeves and long
sleeves, ankle length.
Union Suits $1 .55
Summertime athletic union suits at this price, which is
certainly too small to stand between a man and proper sum
Mercerized Sox 45c
At 45c pair sox like these don't grow on bushes and men
who know values are taking this opportunity to stock up.
Good .colors. Reinforced toes, heels and double soles.
The end of a perfect day! Regular stock of standard
make pajamas in fine summer fabrics. Solid colors and
fancies. Silk frog and button trimming.
Cloth Hats Also Scheduled
to Take Their Leave
They're too comfortable and com
panionable to stay here when men want
them so they knock a goodly sum off
their prices to make a quick change.
Hats that were $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50,
now $1.45 hats that were $5.00, now
$3.25 hats that were $6.00, now $3.95.
No reservations. Imported and dom
estic fabrics. Patterns and colors to
please any taste.
-Meier & Frank's: The Store for Men Main Floor.
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