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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1807.
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' 30,000.00' IN 'TM1E!TY BAYS ' OR WE WILL CLOSE YOU W
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A Loading , San Francisco , dealer in Men's and Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel and. Shoes . was called on by his bank to
meet his obligation at once. He must raise $30,000.00 in Thirty Dpys or go to the Wall. Calamity after calamity comes
to. the City of San Francisco.; First the terrible earthquake, followed by a. repetition of smaller shakes. Then the, exposure
of he city fathers by bur King Heney, who is putting away all robbers' and grafters where they belong. But worst of all, strike
alter, strike, especially the car strike, which has paralyzed all San Francisco's trade. Then came the bank saying: "We want
our money, strike or no strike. v Wc want you to settle in 30 days or we close' you up." So we decided ta send the entire stock,
consisting of ;- $100,000.00 worth of the finest Merchandise ever put on a sale table no broken lines, everything complete and
fresh, just as .wholesalers ore in the habit of seiidingito the retailer to your city, the great and prosperous City of Portland, where
strikes seldom occur, the most peaceful City of the Northwest We mean to make this the greatest selling event that was ever
attempted in PordanA7 - In these days of exaggeration a good many people wonder what this means. Don't wonder or think, but
come right here and investigate. We mean to slash prices on goods as they were never slashed before.
: Come early! Be the first one! We haye bargains for everyone. There will be plenty of help to wait on you. Now is the
time: Remember the old saying, "Money Talks." Demonstrate the value of a little money now. . ;
- We were also fortunate enough to secure the large corner First and Pine Streets, in the wholesale district-1-three large stores'
combined where there will be room for everybody. 1 We expect all wage-earners of Portland and vicinity who value their dollars
to turn oiit in full force to celebrate this bargain event It will pay youvto get permission from your employer to take a half day
off, for you will be well repaid. Bring this list along with you and ask to be shown goods that are advertised. I will give .$1000
to charity if we cannot or do not produce every article which is advertised. ; - ::. CH AS. FERTIG, Manager.
IUSADv CAREFULLY, DON'T SIUP A SINGLE ITEM, IT IS DOLLARS IN YOUR POCKET
AND A GREAT HELP TO US IN THE TIME OP NEED. EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS
"'Just the thing' for summerin all patterns arid sizes.
a Deautituiiy maae up to me. minute, vaiucs o. Qf
' up to $10.00 ; sale price. ..... . . .... ... I. . . Dl.fD!
- To dealers $21.00 dozen.
linen Coafs add Suite
Just the thing you all want, ihe . very best, 0-AC
lfiOO of them, value up to $12.00; sale price. VLiVD
If dealers desire any of these, we have plenty of them.
Ladies' Elegant Tourist Coals
Strictly all wool, made by men tailors,1 m all AC i I
shades, values up to $15.00;. sale price. :...$0uD
No discount to dealers on this lot-
Ladies' VVaBdnfl SWrls
In fine wool mixtures, some white ones, ' some, cassi-
- meres, suitable for. dress, Il-gore, beautifully gotten
up, not slopped togetner, values up to ,wj I Qk
sale price ........ T.i. . . V , . . . , iD 1 VD
21.00 dozen. ,
Ladies' $1.00 Wash Petticoats 25$
"Afuslin Gowns, with fine embroidery, value $1.50.40
ExtraSize Gowns, $2.00 value ; .... .......... .60
$2.50 and $3.00 Corsets .80
Girls' White Dresses
We have White Dresses for all the girls'Nn Portland,
ages 6 to 14 years, values up to $4.00 ; sale 71 A
price .. .......... tP 1 U U
- - None for dealers 'in this line.
1,000 Waistsrworth up to $2.00. . , . . . .". .' . r. . . . . .70
None for dealers in this lot; "
$9.55 is the price of an. elegant Suit, worth $20.00, in
spring and medium weights.
$13.25 will get the best Suit in the house. This in
cludes, all spring models, in various colors. In this
lot we also have the fall samples, showing advance
fall styles, 850 to pick from, values up to d1 O OC
$40.00, at one flat-price tblOLO
Ask to see them. None to dealers in this lot '
Men's Pants Department
A Solid Working Pants 85
$7.00 and $8.00 Pants . S345
Men's $3.00 Pants.?1.45 $5.00 Dress Pants. $2.55
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Seeing Is Believing
850 Ladies' Silk Coats, 45 inches long, beau- d J AC
'tifully. trimmed, worth $15.00-; sale price. ..D'r.)
All dealers must pay cash ; no discount.
Handsome Shirtwaist Suits that you can't d QC
duplicate for less than $7.00, for ....... ...$1.0)
None for dealers in this lot, as these suits are limited.
Sale 6pens Wednesday, June 5, 9 A. M;
And Closes Daily 6 P. M., for the Next 30 Days
53-55 FIRST, CORNER PINE
r WHOUBSAUE DISTRICT
Dealers Can Purchase Goods
Here at a Saving of 30
No Hail or Telephone Orders
lUHLadies' Tailor-Made Suits
Suits that "were made to sell as high 'as, A Af
$40.00, at this sale dV.VO
This includes our entire sample dine of the highest-
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graae suns evcrisnown unucr one ruui. vvc
can spafe a few to dealers.
We don't forget the little ones at this bargain jubilee.
Beautiful Collarless Coats for -the Girls,, coats that
are dressy and well trimmed, worth up to (ft OA
$5.00 ; D1.U
We have a few dozen we can spare to dealers.
Here we offer values that will astound , you. You
will ask yourself and your neighbor:., "How can they,
do it?- -I guess they do need the money. vrr
Men's Clothine, better than good, suits that are suits
and not slopped-together shoddies, $12.00 Td J A A
values , ;...:....:........b.UU
Fine Tweed and Cashmere Suits, $15,00 val
e Tweed and Cashmere Suits, $15,00 val-
Here b Where
we Snlae 7
UUV. OlIII 13 JUI .................... ,
$1.00 Shirts for 50
$1.50 Shirts for ........ ..i. 75-
$2.00 and $2.50 Shirts for . i ...... . . . . . r. . 1.00
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs', a dozen ............ 35
Men's 10c Hose, a dozen pairs . ..... . . . . 35J '
or T tt- - j Kf !
Atic tatc nusc, a nan uuzcn-pair ............a uvf. i,
50c, 75c and $1.00 Silk Hose, 6 pairs for . . , ... 75 ;
' Hats, the very latest block, the Very best quality ;
none better.' We have 25 cases of soft and stiff, in 8
colors. : - - ' '
Values up to $2.50 .....r........ S1.20
$4.00 values , . .................... U. . . . .$2.00
$5.00 values j...... ...... ...... $2.60
Shoes for Men, Women and
The boys are also remembered. Parents, remem
ber the youngsters; make them happy, at the same
time not hurting your pocketbook.
Boys'dark Serge Suits, $3.00 value ...$1.00
A nice line of $2.00 Suits 75
$4.00 Worsted Suits ...rU ..$1.90
$5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 Suits . ...... . . . .$2.95
In this lot' we can spare a few dozen to dealers at
the same price. '
Young Men's Long Pants Suits
1,500 Suits in this lot, ages 12 to 20 years, Q(
values up to $15.00 ..3)uU
You must be quick fpr these.
In (the Underwear Department we have almost a
half a carload. It would occupy a full page to explain
about them. We have light summer weights, heavy
weight wool and the best silk goods; any price goes.
By hundreds of cases. Must be sold ; we must have,
the money, and sending goods back means payment of
freight. Get in and buy Shoes to last you a couple 'of
years; you will save at least 85 per cent, while the
bank only pays 4 per cent at the most We have too
many styles of shoes to mention prices or" give details
about them.. Come and see. Do like they do in Mis
souri. You have to show 'me. . 1 ,
One case of Ladies' 15c Handkedchiefs will
be sold at, per dozen ........ '.;.:,... ODC
Dealers will please call between 4 and 6 p. m. and,,
ask for ' CHARLES FERTIG, Manager.
-To Out-of-Tovn Buyers,
We Pay tKe Fare 'y
AU dealer, or consumer. living- out of .town can pur
' chaae here at a arraat saving a fid also receive back their i
full fare. It make no difference whether-you live 19
mile, or 860 .'miles from here,, fare will be refunded In
On $10.00 purchase, or over, if you live 10 mile, out,
you can have your far. In cash,
If you live further, we will pay your full fare In
cash on ay purchase over $20.00.
June the 5th, 9 A. M.
Rememberithe date, t Sale commences- tomorrow
morning, J o'clock, and closes 6 p. m.; and will con
tinue forThe next 30 days. '- ', 1
Saturdays, we close at 7:30 p. m. . .' ,
Be .amongst the early ones, as. there will be some
thing doing here. .1- "
rJWalk Few Blocks
Out of , the Way -,as
It Will More
Than Pay You.
Wanted Salesladies for
Ladies Suits and
Clothing' and Chce
4;' Salesmen :
Apply I.Icr. .!: 3 p. :
CORNER OF PINE