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TIIJ OUSGOM DAILY JOUr.IIAi; POUTLATID, VEC1IZ3DAY EVTimiO, OCTCTZZ'.l 2, i;:7.
' Wc are retiring completely from the wholesale jobbing business and have moved the entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, amounting to nearly $200,000, from the wholesale store at 42 Front
Street, to the new Couch Building,1 on Fourth Street, between Washington and Stark Streets. Here we propose to close out this mammoth WHOLESALE STOCK to retail trade at exactly
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Hundreds of people1 are asking us today wy we are giving upihewesale'trade after working it up until it was the second largest wholesale clothing house' on the Pacific Coast. The reason
is we found 50 marry difficulties in.the manufacturing of our goo ds in New York City, where we are obliged to operate'our factory. that we have decided to give up tiie wholesale trade for good and
all time. -;fyVX.
IMMII-1 -ftv : ' '. Here Are Some of the Prices ,
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Men's Suits Men's ,
Men's Worsted Suits; retail value $11.50, OfmrPAQ 4"0
wholesale price ....... . . A . . . ,?7.50 w V CI UCltO
Men's Worsted Suits ; retail value $12.50, k
;: wholesale price ...... ,,,......?8.50v ,
Men's Pure Wool Suits ; retail value $15
.to $18j:wholesale price. . ..;.?10.00
Boys' ; Suits retail value $3.00, . whole
sale price 91.50
price ................. .. 20
" Boys. Suits; retail value $5.50, whole
; sale price i. . ....... ..$3.50
Boys' Suits; retail value $6.50, whole-
t sale price ........... I. ....... $4.00
Men's High-Grade Suits; retail value $20, r : r: r. ;V , "
Mrn'i Kxfra Fine Tailor Made Suits: re- ? t ' 1
7 -taiWvalue $22.5 to $25.00, wholesale 1 T , : . 1 Boys Suits; retail value $8.00, whole-
price ............ j....?15.00 Zwulni Cravenettes ; retail value $15, : wle price ......... ...... .y . . .$5.00
Men's Extra High-Class Suits; retail - wholesale price ............ $9.50 Boys' Suits; retail value $10.00, ' whole-
value $27.50 to $30.00, whesate . v , ; . v , , . ;," . . fa!e price ..... . . . .$0.50
price . ivvw ? a - i y
' . ' r- Genuine Cravenettes; retail value $18 -. .-..v,- .-r--- .
price ....,.................$25.00 ' .. , .; . ; 'vv; ; ' ' - .v O
' ' : to $25, wholesale price $15.00
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; A ; i Genuine Cravenettes; retail value $30
sale price ....v........;..?15 ,t - r . Double-breasted Suits; retail valut $7.50.
Men's Pants; reUll value $3:50, whole. Men's Overcoats; retail'value $20.00, wholesale price .......... ,....$4.50
sale price . ...... ......... ....$2.25 wholesale price ........... $12 JSO Double-breasted Suits; retail value $10,
Men's Pants; retail value $4.50, whole- v ; V .wholesale price ...............$00
sale price'....;...... ....... .$3.00 Men's Overcoats; retaH value $25.00, DotlMe.brea8tej Quits'; .' retail value
Men's Pants;-retail value $5.50, whole- : ...;.wno,es, price ........ i..$15XK $12.50, wholesale price ...... ..$8.00
' Sale price-'. ..rr. .......... ..$4.00 11 .'' ' m r .. . 1 ,
Men's Pants! retail value $7.50 to $9.00. Men. Overcoats; retail value $30.00, Double-breasted .Suits; retail value $15
"7"wholesale price.i;Tr;77Tr; ; r.T.$5.00 ywholesale price ...$18.00 -wholesale. price...A.,. $10.00
men s ranis
Between the Ages IS to 19 Years
This Sale Is Genuine
and the Prices Given
Above will 'be carried out to the letter. The entire stock is well-made
wwayiaaraww . reliable clothing, all of this year's make and style. Here is the guarantee
f ATf1 " V JroiAitH owner, Mr. J. U. Bowman:
, , ' To My Friends and the Public:. 1 . -
i i.: v'..:;I wish my friends to know that I wilLpersonallr superintend the
'OPT'"'' a'e an Mcn customer wi'l hire my guarantee that every article sold J'
'I-..'; .. 'will be exactly as represented. . Goods not entirely satisfactory can be
The new Couch Building, where J. L. Bowman & Co. will close out at
$200,000 stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing.
exenangea or tne money win oe rerunaea ai any time aunng me saic.
i I have been in business in Portland for the past eleven years and in'--,
the wholesale clothing 'trade for the past three years. I have no part- -'
ners in this business, therefore am under obligations to no one. This ,
nrlM 'hU '-'wll be the greatest value-giving. sale that can possibly be held, and I &f
t wholesale prices their advise frcnd9 t0 take ?arly advantage of it-Respectfully, . ,
B'--v . -. v-Y,;'--V.: V;..: .. f , . J. L. BOWMAN. . '
COUCH BUILDING, FOURTH STARK
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Proprietor of the V.- T 's C! ' ' V
Etrert, now r !tit'r- -