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TIIS OREGON' DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND FRIDAY "EVENING, MAY 3, 1CQ7.
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PITILESS PRICE SLASHING AT
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This store has been one movine, surging mass of customers from the day this Rebuilding Sale began. Such price slashing on fine goods was the marvel of the times, but great as the past has been, still
greater is the" price slashing at this sale for the future. This sale has proven to the people that Joh n Dellar dares to sell goods cheaper than ever was thought of in this city. Deftar qualities have been
tried and found true for IS long years. Dellar methods are today only what they have always been. That is, telling the truth and standing by every promise nuujer' never giving less,' -.of ten ; doing
more. We Jwill begin this second price slashing event by giving the people a grand spring stock to select from. .
Worth of high-class spring and medium Weight Suits, Top Coats; Cravenettes, Overcoats, Pants, Vests,, Odd Coats
and Vests, Boys' Suits, Pants, Men's and Boys' Shoes, Hats, Furnishings and Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. 4 This price
slashing quoted below are rock-ribbect facts. No misstatements or skim milk methods are ever permitted at this store,
misleading or doubtful advertising are not tolerated at Dollar's. The plain truth is good enough. .
TMESE PMGES AND REDUGTIONS WILL BE WOIM
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Dellar is a Clothing: Stored Thli establishment was never used to show empty
boxes or bare walls. Every nook and corner Is filled to. overflowing with mer
hnAitt? Dur variety of suits, alwavs one of the lareest and most select to be
found i the sii on account of going to commence rebuilding, we must dispose
of these goods, and we are closing them out with the price knife. ,
This lot contains scfarei f styles sixes to 44 bust
There are not all sixes in every style. They are
mostly suits from one to six of a kind, left from
our best selling $8.00 to $10.00 lines, and it mat
( ters not which one you Select you are sure to get
a bargain such as you never.bougnt before.
Pure wool or worsted fast color tailor-made suits.
Most of these lines are complete in sixes from 84
to 44 bust Double and single-breasted suits in
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be had at that price, and on account of rebuilding
that is soon to begin, we are giving you some bar
gains that will make you remember Dellar's store,
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Put your mind on this lot of select $18.50 and
1 Suits. The kind that are worth that price
terial and workmanship. Then you know
to expect at this rebuilding sale. The ele
gance of this assortment is a strong appeal, to
careful buyers. The colors and fabrics are prac
tically endless in variety. They are bargains more
than worthy of the name.
, Getting Into our choicest and most complete lines
of $15.00 to $18.00 Suits, but we lo not reserve
I anything In the shape of merchandise in this
.house.' Dirt and dust Is a mortal enemy to fine
fabrics. We ae going to sacrifice them,
for we know that every suit we send out at these
slaughtered prices will bring back a harvest of
new patrons that will stand by the big, pew and
ter John Deuar store tnat is aoout to rise
om the ruins of this establishment
Here is where you strike a paradise of beautiful
Suits. . The kinds that hustle the best custom
tailors to equal. - Select imported and domestic
materials ; made mostly specially to our order for
fine trade. I There Is not one in the lot worth less
than $20.00 to $22.50. Dressy suits, business
- suits. All hand-tailored, select custom tailor pat-
terns ana maccruis.
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The kind that stand at the top of fine clothes. The
very" choicest of foreign fabrics. Full journeyman
tailored In exclusive limited styles and patterns;
$25.00t values in blue, black and fancy, ure long
yarn worsteds, tweeds and Thibets. ' -
n 4 ' E? Yk For choice of an extraordinary fine lot of French and En
it) I ))U Elish material. Suits that can only be compared with the
?,-9. choicest custom products; $27.50 and $30.00 values; v
A mile of them; everything
from the substantial Work
ing Pants to the finest and
best that the looms of the
world produce or tailoring
slfallcan supply. Dellar's
always - was a great pants
store; variety, quality and
big values made It so.
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Ol lO dark and light
colored Pants up to
lvalues. They are feood or
they would not be found at
lM ntf Just the ' kinds
' D1UI that you pay
$2.50 and $3.00 for, but re
building is rebuilding here,
and we are going to sell
them In a hurry.
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P1D did Pants for street or. business wear; elegant shapes; a
thousand of them. - ; .
Ai The finest and most select line vou ever saw, worth up to
I)OD $5.00 and even $6.00, custom finished and domestic and im
Ai r ported fabrics: choice spring patterns; also black, blue and
other solid colors. May be several kinds that will be your
A j jr Some of the best up to $7.50, merchant tailored materials
tPt)) nd styles. Gentlemen that want the best and latest for
nice wear will find this lot a bargain mecca. 1
This Rebuilding Sale compels us to put the Price Knife to the hilt In
Overcoats, Top Coats and Cravenettes, light medium and heavy.
There are enough overgarments here ot stock two stores, but we are go
ing to sell them and do it quick. It will more than pay you to get an
Overcoat now, if you don't use it for months.
A m .For choice of 300 up to $10.00
For choice of 400 up to $16.50
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up to $25.00 qualities.
Our Hat Stock is so com
See them. Nothing like it ever
occurred before, and it will be
years before history repeats It
self. . .
plete for spring and sum
mer trade that fully 5,000
are sin sight- Every fash-
iotV color and desirable and
fine quality in the Hat-
world is congregated under
this roof. They take up an
immense space, and room
is more precious to us than
hats,4 so we have shut Our
rj And there are hun
DuC dreds of , them,
mostly light and medium
colors, worth to $2.00, but
the lines are broken, and
out they go., ' 'r '
ng. Regular - and com-
O C plcte lineal in black,
. brown,- tan, pearl, steel,
ochre, etc.; all best $2.00
1 QC Cellar's 'high
O lOU standard $2.50
soft and stiff Hats; a para
dise of nice headwear ;' a
royal Jot, of bargains.
(M OC Exactly $3.00 wortn of Hat in sott or stitt. ine variety is
bl09 almost unlimited. Hats for the thousands. -
aa an1 Dellar's best $3.50 values, without the maker's .name;
bZtJ) with the maker's name $5.00 the world over. Dellar never
did sell name; it's quality ana styie at uus score. J ,
eyes to everything but sell.
and we're just cutting
prices to smithereens.
John Dellar's Rebuilding Sale
Ouarflnteea Gnt!r Satisfaction Von Everything It . Sells, or You
: MayExchtngibrQet Your Money Back'l
Young Men's Suits
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come from this Rebuilding Sale. We just went in and cut the very life out of
the prices once more. We must sell thU stock, axid ere isrW department in
the store that bristles with so many tempting andTwonderfuI bargains as the
Young Men's Suit Section. . -
They must go. Just think of a suit for what the
pants alone are worth.: Don't wear old clothes
when new ones can be had at such prices as
these, for they sold before this Rebuilding Sale
at $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50.
This lot contains Suits that sell regularly up to
$10.00 and $12.00 There are hundreds to pick
from in single and double-breasted, black; blue,,
plaids, checks and mixtures; sixes from 31 to 88
The tailor mades, nobby and fine, -up to $12.50
and $15.00 Suits.' Serges, days, Thibets, worsteds,
tweeds, cheviots, etc Materials and patterns se
lected with care to please the young man and
careful dresser. ' i,-
There are suits in this lot fit for a king, and you
can be the king. The beautiful coloring and de
signs, the splendid materials in serges, Thibets,
unfinished and fancy worsteds, checks, etc., will
appeal to your good taste, iney seu regular av
$16.50 to $18.00.
Knee Pants Suits ;
Mothers, this department has stood a rush of two
long weeks. The sizes and styles are not by any
means complete, but there still remains a number
nf n!ndid suits. If you"can , get the size you
want you will, get a golden bargain;;' We don't
fool our patrons. When tfce stocks get broke up
we say so. That's vthe way you want a store to
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Will be the price we shall mark for choice of these Knee Pants
Suits; worth $2.50, $3.00 and up to $100 and ti-00.
EVERY DEPARTMENT OVERFLOWING WITt WRECKED
PRICES No Quarter Shown to Anything In the Stcre. Mea'c,
BtysV Women's and Misses' Shots; Men'sHcts, C--z, Uri-t
Underwear, Sox, Sufptnders, Nackwear, HacdkcrcM:.; Un;! : .
, ' : , ' las. Trunks, Suitcases, Etc; y
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