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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1900)
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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN. PORTLAND," APRIL 15, 1900.
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....A SALE OF....
Silverware and Jewelry
Tha points about this sale ore FOUR
FIRST There are no imperfect goods in it Our slock
of Silverware is of the first quality only. We stand behind
every piece of silver we sell with the guarantee. that it is
SECOND These goods are 1899-00 productions.
THIRD They are made, by the very best jewelers and
silversmiths in America.
FOURTH Every piece js offered at immense reductions
from our regular prices. They are mostly offered at half
price and less. They are probably one-third the prices
charged-elsewhere for the same qual ity.
- Read the offering carefally for you havetievor had
such Jswclry Bargains before
The transaction includes a magnificent collection of Sterling
Silver and most artistic Quidruple-plated Table Wares, and
Rogers' Knives, Forks and Spoons; also Sterling Mounted
Articles for the Toilet Table and Desk.
Probably the most radical departure
from the precedents ot the past Is the
Two Thousand Ounces of
Spoons and Forks
At OOC an Ounce
The lowest price for -which these
poods In sterling silver have ever been
sold In Portland Is $1 an ounce.
Teaspoons. S-ounce welsht, J6.7S doz.
Teaspoons. 10-ounce weight, JS.50 doz.
Teaspoons. C-ounce weight. $1.93 doz.
Dessert Spoons, 14-ounce weight.
Dessert. Forks, H-ounce weight, J12.SS
Table Forks, 23-ounce weight, $17.00
Table Forks, 2J-ounce wtlght, $17.00
There are many dainty Sterling Sil
ver Servers tongs, knives, shells, and
the like, each in a pretty satin-lined
box Inexpensive, but Quite pretty wed
A big collection of Sterling Silver
Toilet Articles, regular price Jl, all
offered at the one price of
Worth double these prices
Sterling SIlver.Kut Bowl, $14.00.
Sterling Sugar and Creamer, $11.09.
Sterling Coffee Set, JJ5.00.
Sterling Salad Bowl. $20.00.
Sterling Cake Dish. $17.00.
Sterling Russian Coffee Set, $35.00.
Rogers' A1 .
The name "Rogers" has for years
stood as a synonym for what was best
In plated fiat ware. The name Rog
ers, as understood and valued by the
public stands for the four or Ave
companies, now controlled by the In
ternational Silver Company. Many
dealers are now selling goods made.
It is true, by persons who bear the
name of "Rogers." but wheso only
claim to notlco is the fact that they
use the name made famous by the or
The goods In this sale ore made en
tire by the original "Rogers," and are
of the highest character Now offered
SPECIAL SALE PRICES
Quaint, odd little Cabinet Pieces, in
Dutch Silver, and pretty, daintily
hand-carved ivories, all offered at
Beautiful Vases, Bowls, Dishes. Nap
pies, Creamers, Water Bottles, Trays,
Rose Bowls, In all the richest cuts at
THOUSANDS OF OTHER NOVELTIES IN SILVER AND GOLD
Colored Dress Goods
Specials for the
1300 yards of AU-Wool 'up-to-date
ch'ecks, stripes and mixed Suitings, at
Eta, SOc, to Gc values.
1000 yards All-Wool sponged Chev
iots, in all the popular shades, at 43c
300 yards plaid-back Skirtings, new
designs and colorings, at 95c JUS and
Black Dress Goods
Specials for the
COO yards All-Wool Jacquard weaves
at 27c 50c value
50 yards CO-lnch All-Wool sponged
Cheviot, at 73c $1.00 value.
400 yards figured Sicilians and Brll-
Uantines, for separate skirts, at 77c
$1.00 and $Lj values.
That are of interest -
to the best-dressed ladles of
A 'display of the best work of tho
foremost teachers of Lace and Em
broidery Work. Exhibition in Art De
partment, second floor. Of vital lnter
' est to all interested In fine needlework.
Cordial invitations to all teachers to
contribute their best work, and to tho
public to inspect the same
Our 21-Inch best . quality Double
Crown Taffeta in old rose cerise, navy,
brown, sapphire and bluett. $1.3 qual
ity, to close out at 9Sc
Peau de Sole
In 0 different shades. Most popular
weave for waists, and full costumes.
Our $L3 quality, at 9Sc
300 Yards Oriental Stripe Tap- OQ.
estry, regular price 50c. at. yd. &JK.
Old blue, red, tan grounds, with navy,
tan, red and brown and green stripes.
Our entire stock of Ruffled Curtains
at reduced prices.
1000 yards Point d'Esprit,
always sold at 40c yard; Xflf vd
one day only at JJ J"
250 pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains.
Special values, at $1-50. $1.65 and $LS5
Special values that all will appre
42-inch width, per yard 69c
46-Inch width, ptr yard 83c
b also called to our
All latest shades, per yard . .$1.25
At $1.50 and S100 a yard
At (LOO and $1.25 a yard
In all. the latest shades
A yard $1.25 to $4-00
Excellent values In ladies' and
misses' sailor hats and In children's
Purple Violets, regular price Of
43c; per bunch. Jl
White Violets, regular price frt
30c; per bunch lyt
Daisies, lavender or pink; l
regular price 25c; per bunch
On our Third Floor in
Baby Carriages, Go-carts
Baseballs and Bats
And a complete line of
Including Rods, Reels, Lines, Lead,
era. Hooks, File, Fly Books, etc.,
at prices that will surprise and de.
light the Indulgent sports man.
Finest Tailor-made In black
and assorted colors, all the fir IP
latest styles, regular $30 and ZD.43
few lines; a suit..
Finest tan Kersey, silk lined,
man tailored; regular price,
Silk Petticoats -
Black and assorted colors. (F Q C
double flounce, with cord- J) J.ftj
Black and assorted colors, ( O C C
accordion pleating and rut- JjO.33
fles, each y-ww
Black Satin Top and double
flounce of silk finished mo
Specials in Fancy
White Cambric tucked with ff
lace insertion, or embrold- J Z.llw
ery; each f .w
45-Inch width. In black, .whits A "in
and leading colors; per yard
No. 40 All-Silk Corded and
Hemstitched Ribbon in all
the leading colors; per yard
Oriental Couch Covers. 50 t
Inches wide; 3 yards long; MtL
Oak or Mahogany; regular tf QiC
price, $2.50; each tpl.OU
Curtain Stretchers -
The new 1900 model just received,
flat and square corners, adjustable
At Book Counter
How to Cook Husbands, Eth
edition; publisher's price. $1; Oc
our price '
Borrowings. Paper edition.. IyC
Fifty Songs of Love. Paper 10
In His Steps. Paper. i oC
In His Steps. Cloth 22c
RED POTTAGE, o f L.
ggbSSg ST- 89c cacn
200 Music Folios
Vocal and Instrumental. 99.
Publisher's price, 50c; each. 0JL7
5000 new Paper Novels. 300 i(
selected titles; each 1V1
New Bibles. Prayer BooXs
Hymnals, Reward Cards, etc.
Cambric and Muslin, trimmed
with lace and embroidery
Two-clasp Overseam Mocha
uioves. extra quality,
colors and sizes; per pair
Cambric Nainsook and Swiss, -.
to 114-Inch widths; per ZC
26-Inch Twilled Gloria, as- f "T
sorted handles; regular JS II
price, $LI0; each .P,VI
Shoe Dept. Specials
Men's and Boys' ,
See our styles
Note our prices and use
Men's All-Wool Casslmere 4 o Sf
suits, neat and stylish pat- JJQ.jll
terns; a suit r-"' "
Men's All-Wool Cheviot Suits, Vlfl Hfl
assorted patterns; a suit.
Men's Lace Shoes, tan and
black, VIci kid and Russia
calf; per pair
Ladles' Tan Lace Shoes, Vici
kid, scroll tops; latest
styles; per pair.,
Folding; Clothes Rack, each, GOc.
Glazed Cnspldors, each, 23c.
Half-gal. Glass Pitchers, each, 24c.
Glass Pickle Trays, tneh, 7c
Old Dorchester Bond, in q
white, azure and Dresden rC
blue; per quire N'
Envelopes to match the Q
above; per package OL
New line of
All sizes, prices from 10c to $1.25 ea.
Mens All-Wool Casslmere (Mo er
and Wortcd Suits; a fine J) I . 3 II
asosrtment; a suit jw w
Young Men's Suits
SIzps. 14 to 19 vpfir Tn np.it nnrt t-i-US
$6.00, $6.50 and $7-50 a
Boys' Two-Piece Suits
All-wool checks, stripes and mixtures;
$3.00, $3.50. $3.75 and
$400 a suit
Boys' Sailor Suits
All-wool, dark blue, tan, and fancy mix
tures; sizes, 3 to 10 years,
$3.50, $4.00, $450 and
$5.00 a suit
Boys' Wash Kilt Suits
Sizes, 2 to 4 years,
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00
Men's Bicycle Suits
$5.00, $6.00, $6.50 and
Boys' and Men's Caps
25c, 50c and 75c
Latest Spring blocks, all shapes, ma
terials and colors,
$1.00 to $5.00 each
Assorted leathers. Patent, seal, alliga
20c to -$2.50 each
WIth all Boys' Suits sold by us. suitable
and seasonable presents.
MEIER & FRMNK COMPHNY
I " y .
A NOTE i!
Of these facts. They are especially important to you, if you are
about to buy your spring suit and want to get the most for your
money. The "ever forward" policy of this store forces us to buy
only the very latest styles in the productions of the best wholesale
tailors. We can with a good, clean, clear conscience recommend
these high-grade clothes to the most difficult to please and hardest
to fit Our
$15 SPRING SUITS
For men are excellent examples of what good tailoring means. If you've
looked about in other stores, you've seen suits as good as these marked $18
and $20. We show this particular line in Blue Serges, round and square cut:
the new Gray Oxfords, Fancy Check Cheviots, and Imported Tweeds. Strict
attention is paid to fitting you properly.
flta garment leaves this house
txiithoat the fit is perfect and
to yoat satisfaction in every
I SAMPLES... ZINCETCHINO
I ot Work
and Prices opoa
RIP-PROOF CLOTHES FOR BOYS
In spite of our immense Kaster trade this great gathering of Juvenile Fashion has not lost one beam of brll
llance that is not replaced by some other equally gorgeous glow. The census still gives us hundreds of unique
VESTEE SUITS, sizes 3 to 9 years - $2.50 to $10.00
DOUBLE-BREAST Knee Pants Suits, sizes 8 to 15 years $2.35 to $10.00
BOYS' FANCY VESTS, sizes 5 to 14 years I $1.50 to $-3.00
WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD. IPS SO.
MOYER CLOTHING CO
Delicacy of Flavor.
Superiority In Quality.
Grateful and Comforting
to the Nervous or Dyspeptic
Nutritive Qualities Unrivalled.
Your Grocer and Storekeeper Sell it
la RalfPonad Tin oil;.
tnfuti Ij JAKES CPPS i CO., UL
Kisocepithic Chemists. Uafei,
Pacific Cust Agents. SbtrwisJ SherwMl
BEN SELLING, Manager
COR. THIRD AND OAK STREETS
performs only two functions; it affords
an airtight inner surface and a tough
outer wearing surface.
tools iocu. rzs. The fabnc (not the rub
ber) is what determines
the resilience, strength
and lasting qualities oi
a tire, and the fabric in
the Dunlop Tire is pre
served in all its natural
strength by our hand
made " process of treating it.
Booklet of any dealer or of us.
The American Dunlop Tire Co.,
BcIUtUI. N. J. Chicago. IIL
Dnnlop Tlrem are made for Automobile
Carriages sad Bicycles.
Distributors tor Portland:
MITCHELL LEWIS & STAYER CO.
Tho index that marks good taste
and establishes the settled or frivo
lous nature of the wearer has no
more positive adjunct than the pet
ticoat of today. Its frills and fur
belows, its rustle and' shimmer, its
ruffles and lace, gladden the heart
and quicken the pulse of their for
We have the finest line of silk
petticoats, marine petticoats, mer
cerized petticoats, and sateen petti
coats on the Coast.
PRICE QUOTATIONS THAT DISTRESS OTHERS
Fine accordeon-pleated marine and Mqrcerized petticoats. looks Kfl
like silk, and they will wear like Iron; flnel made and finished. s tiOU
Petticoats of good quality, taffeta, all colors, double dust rufHe.V n flfj
finely made, handsomely corded. v J,vv
Fine novelty petticoats, made of "Clifton" taffeta, .which isff n rA
guaranteed not to crack. These skirts are made by teadlns ewjli Jlj
York makers, from original Parisian models. v
THE SILVERFIELD FUR MANUFACTURING CO.
LEADING FCllItlEIlSOF THE WEST.
2&3285 Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon
HIGHEST PRICES PAIdVoR RAW FURS
Send for Price-List.
Fuller's Pure Prepared Paint
Is especially adapted to the require
ments of this climate, and will out
wear all others. For sale by
CHASE PAINT & OIL COMPANY
Comtr First and Aider Street.
H. W. Corbett. President.
Wm. H. Corbett. Vice-President.
James Lotan, Manager.
W. T. Stephens, Secretary.
Willamette Iron & Steel Works
FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS
Designers and ballders of Marine Engines and Boilers, Mining ani
Dredging Machinery and General Mill and Iron Work. Fir Hydrants,
Pulleys, Shafting, etc. Correspondence solicited.
Library Association of Portland
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