The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, July 09, 1907, Page 11, Image 11

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THE OHZCOIIi DAILY JOURNAL!, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVTIIINO, JULY P. 1S07. '
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Thrilling Sale Event Ever IleW Here vJfJPl.-L J2S 1 Day in the History o! PcrUanA; i
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fef; Pay
Saw the Greatest Crowd
K 1 Ever Assembled
or possible to assemble in a great store of
this size.' People came from all parts of
Portland, and the country and towns
around. . Those who paid railroad - fare,
were .not, norTwill they be heard to regret
it for they saved in their purchases- two,
three or four times the expense of coming
'to Portland. LL?:-"! ' :-T:,:,:
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6 Kcasoiis WEiy This Sale Eclipses All Otos
1 FOUR PROFITS SAVED ON EVERY PURCHASE. ; ' 1
- 2 NO EXPENSE TO US IN CARRYING THESE GOODS OVER. V ; "
V. 3FRESH, CLEAN, RELIABLE MERCHANDISE. , ' ::m .::
,4DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. V v ' W
5 WE SELL THESE GOODS FOR LESS THN OTHER STORES CAN BUY THEM.
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HOSTOW
Thirty Full Cases of
Fresh, Clean
Loom
Ends
go on the. counters." ' Nearly every person
who was here today will come again to
morrow, and every day this week. Thou-sandsoLnew-phenQmenatbargainsjo
go
on tomorrow for the first time. We can
advertise no one article more than a day,
or few hours ahead, but we do promise
new loom ends as fast as those on the
counters are cleaned out. , (
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MS
500 Ladies Tailored Suits, $35, $30,
, v . $25 and $20 -Values-
$So42)
250 Wash Suits, well trimmed, worth
: .. ta-$i2.5o. v
1,000 Dress Skirts, worth to $7.50
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Waists worth to $2.50
Silk Waists, worth to $15X0
Clicoa, Lawns,' Dimidea
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Ladltt Handkerchiefs,
2ic
Ribbons, Not. 40, 60 and
80; all. silk tafftta, par
Ladles' Skirts, worth $5
for, loom-and prlcaa,
$1.98
Wasli Goods
10c values, per yard. . .44
25o valusa, jrsrd.....TU
50c rallies, yard.....l4
Ladles Suits; In aoTelties,
Panamas, broadcloths, cha
riots; worth up to $35, for
$9.98
Ladies' . " Gauxe Vesta,
fancy neck, . v
12ic
100 rroaa Hatpins, ai
sorted, worth 25c. . ;
Hatpins, as.
Children's Suits, worth $5,
for ; ..- r ,.
$2.25
Ladles' Silk Shirtwaist
Suits, worth up to $25, for
$7
.98
Double - width Suitings,
checks, plaids and fancies,
per yard, , ..
19.
100 'dosen Men's Linen
Collars, all sises.
1c
Lacs Curtains,' 45 inches
wide, worth $1.50,
98c
Pearl Buttons, worth 10c
per card, ;
2c
Boys' Shoes, worth op to
$2, for
98c
Misses' Shoes, worth ap
to $2, fo '
98 c
An Straw Hats go at,
each,
15c
Pins, per psper, .
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43-piees set celebrated
Peacock Blue Lyndon,
fancy edfes, sprsy de
signs, worth $4 Jt5, for
$2.90
Men's Work Shoes,, was
calf, worth $2.50, for
$1.48
Fancy Braids and Trim
mings, worth 25c per yard.
Mercerised Damask, 65c
per yard.
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Boya Wash 8uits, worth
$U0, for -
49c
Loom-End Dress Goods,
in Serges, Henriettaa and
Batistes, all wool, per. yd,
2Ic
Men's Pants worth up to
'$5 for . '-.J- 'pi .
$198
Corsets, Armour aids and
P. worth up to $1, for
24c
Fancy Silks, 19 inches
wide, worth 75c per yard.
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Boys' Wash Pants, worth
75c, for .
33c
Ladles' Berlin Glorsa, all
sises, per pair, -
9c
Paper Tablets,
1c
Canrss Glores, sU pairs
for
Men's Shoes, the famous
Brown make, all leathers
and styles; worth $5 and
A for
$2.48
Men's Suits, worth $12.50
lot
$7.50
Men's Balbriggan Under
wear''" ----
I19c
VaL Laces, psr dosen,
19c
Lsdies Hsts, worth up to
3, lor
9a
Flowers, worth up to $1
a btmeh, for
Men's Suits, worth $20,
for .-
$114.35
100 dosen Work Shirts,
worth 75c, for
50c
Ladies' all .linen Hand-'
kerchiefs a -'
3c
Wire Hairpins,
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Boys', Wash Pantv worth.
aoc, tor
19c
Long Dresses. Fancy
Waiats, embroidery trim
med, all sises, -
$3.98
Men's Suits, worth $15,
for . .. .. "
$9.45'
President Suspenders,
worth 50c, for . -.
35c
9x12 Tapestry Rugs, .
G13.98 '
Axminater Rugs, worth
$30. for.
9x12 Tspestry Rugs for
Hundreds of other and equally phenomenal items. Each item in itself would constitute a sale of massive importance. '; But there are hundreds of these items instead of one. We have employed
every experienced; available saleslady or salesman we could find and are preparedforthegreatfourdaystocome. Store opens at 8 o'clock. . ' ,
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