The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 31, 1911, Page 7, Image 7

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CLOTHES
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$15 to $35
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IE BWEBB jGOOBS
. THAT FASHION FAVORS
Juit dow In our frcat DreM GooJj 5tioi you will
find exinordlnArx nJuci In the wttret auu coloring
tiut FftuKIon faron modt. Among tKrm tr many
rmx DOTtItie itliom found ouUkfe of ih mott rx
dutirt drc4 foodd itortf of th Urj Ett
cm cities, r or thit bif aMortmtnU aro
wtll daplayd and pricta plainly market!, to
at a gUnctt you can j if the ipeoai of
,feringo of ours appeal lo you. OrmtockcJ
U the principaJ rtavaon for these reduction.
Plain & Fancy
Suitings SI. 39
An unsurjusttJ showing of this
season's choiewt Suitinjjs'In cor
rect Fall and Winter weights.
Fine double -warp, pure -wool
fabrics, full 56 Inches wide,
y There are over 40 styles to
choose from, all of $2.00 Q nQ
quality, and all reduced to 4) 10 7
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Novelty Fabrics 98o
50 to 54-Inch All-Wool Dress Fabrics Novelty Cheviots,
Fancy Worsteds and Herringbone Weaves, snown in a
large variety of neat and attractive designs. Reg. OQV
$1.50 grade priced at "01
Novelty Blistures 69c
52-Inch Aqua-Proof Mixtures, a splendid-wearing heavy
fabric for wet-weather garments. Comes in a large va
riety of colorings arid sold regularly at 85c yard. ifL(n
Priced for this sale at VyL
Scotch Plaids 80o
Anderson's Pure-Wool Scotch Plaids, full
42 inches wide, shown In an unlimited
assortment of rich color combination fab
rics that are always sold at $1.25 QQrr
a yard. Now on sale at ...... . I
Silk Plaids 39c
36-inch Silk-and-Wool Plaids and 38-inch
Novelty Suitings, in a full variety of new
designs in desirable colorings. Regular
5oc and 65c grades. Specially QQ
priced for this sale at only O J L
'Important and Timely
Sale of Bedltlim
it's a safe, a profitable investment not a burdensome obliga
tion but a splendid, inexpensive, proven-successful proposition.
. And you will jgree with us after you have investigated CO
LUMBIA ACRES (and it will necessitate but little of your time),
that there's unusual merit and attractiveness in" our offer.
The-present and future welfare (.the masses who habitate our
cities is the greatest problem that confronts the American people.
It" is solvd economically and satisfactorily, in opportunities such
It is solved economically and satisfactorily, in opportunities such
Begin right now today provide for your future by buying a
tract of this rich, creek-bottom and valley land, wonderfully adapt
ed for orchard and farming purposes, within 33 miles of Portland
and with every home requisite and transportation facilities that'
few sections can boast of.. . v.-- ':-::
A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN AND A LITTLE EACH
MONTH WILL SECURE A TRACTOF
COLUMBIA ACRES "
, - Consider what has been so sqccesfully accomplished by those
; whose foresight prompted them to take advantage of the oppor
tunities that were offered in the now world-famous Hood River,
White. Salmon and other sections but a few years ago. Think of
Tracts of from 5 Acres to 80 Acres
at $20 to $60 aii AcTe
the fortunes that have been made and will be made from the in
vestments in these sections.
Selling
COLUMBIA ACRES presents equally as good; if not' better.
opportunities We stand ready to-prove it 1 ' ' .
. - ' OPEN EVENINGS THIS WEEK ;
f . .; F. B. MOLBROOK GO. '
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LUMBER EXCHANGE BUILDING, SECOND AND STARK STREETS, AND AT COLUMBIA ACRES
One of the chief attraction at this itore to
morrow will be a sale of Bedding.
Pillow Cae, Wzc Quality, at 9c These are
made of excellent quality muslin and come in a
good, large size, 42 by 36 Inches, and are finished
with neat hem, ready to use.
Bleached Sheet, 70c Quality, at 58c Full
Bleached Heavy Linen-Finished Sheets, full size
for double beds. They are unusually durable and
well finished throughout.
$5.00 Woolen Blanket at $3.95 Two hundred
yo.ua ui i nit, vvuuicu uiaiiA-tio ui (.Ac&iitiii vuai-
ity, shown in gray and wnite, with neat colored
borders. They come full double size and are per
feet in every way. ' ffi
$5.00 Cotton Comforter at $3.95 -Fortv-eteht HI
only in this lot of fine Silk and Silkoline Covered
Comforters. They are filled with the best qual
ity pure white cotton and are unusually well made.
Some are tied with ribbons and others are scroll
stitched, and all are shown in desirable colorings.
They are high-grade comforters. On sale at an
important price reduction.
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White Spreads
91.16 Values at
88c
A splendid line of White Crochet Bed
spreads, full size for double beds. They
come in a variety of neat patterns and
are neatly hemmed.
White Spreads fe -i AQ
$1,75 Values at
Fine, Extra ; Heavy White Bedspreads,
suitable for double beds, shown in the
best Marseilles designs. ' They come
hemmed, ready to use.
Seasonable Sale of Union Suits
The most extensive line of Women's and Children's Knit Underwear you have ever
had the opportunity to elect from in this city is now to be seen in our Underwear
Section. These two specials: ; '
FOR WOMEN A splendid new line of
Women's Part-Wool Union Suits, shown
in high-neck, long-sleeve style, in ankle
length." They come in gray and - crc r
colors and in -all sizes. Fine form f .i:
garments, neatly trimmed
and of. seasonal:! v.-r';!.f,
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FOR CHILDREN At this price we are
showing a new line of Children's .Fine
Fleeced-Lined Union Suits," in gray and
cream colors and in all sizes from 2 to
4 years. They are neatly finished "gar
ments, soft fleeced, warm and durable.
Unusual values at 65c -
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