The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, October 26, 1913, Page 24, Image 24

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Gtir'HearaecC: CdnatulaiibiiG to the Wioninn
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Bill Jame
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, and Charlie James,
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, , not brothers: no rela- ; k
, tton; Charlie James ia ; v
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in managing .owner ;
-' Portland's 1 a r g t
. ' and best candy atom .v;
: Now ihat- you can't
vy.-jv take Hweetheart to -,
. , . ,, tha ball same, brlngf
' .y her a box of . . .
Swetkrd's Chocolates
. Sha'll appreciate
them.
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Mmip plhiw Burba
and Gus Fisher
. 1 Both good catchers
: '.' 1 4 -but Murphy Bros. '
,. merely ;; want to
" . catch - your . trade
at the Morgan'
' ' Building. '
Barber Shop
in the West The Best
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Tou Will Be Missing Something
v' If Yam nrtn
. ''.This Grill is arranged for ladies and gentlemen, and assure
yoil if you are looking for an evening's fun and entertainment' and-,
want to see something out of the ordinary your wants can be satis-;
' isfied at , - 1 v ' ' ' " ' ' . ' i -
The Cabaret Grill
'. Second and Dumside
THE
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Come on! Ye Sports!
' ', '"' Now that you -",
1 ' can't have any
t '.""."more of the V ''
i ' " ; j plastic curves of ,.' : 1 s
' " HIGOINBOTHAM "
,. .'look to your )' .
- , own oottoms , f,
Florsheim Shoes
s M the new,-.
Florsheim Shoe Shop
MORGAN BLDO. '
. Formerly 313 Washington f
in the United States.
BERRY, DERRICK AND 50,000
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WHY, DOANE IS! OUR RIGHTFIELDER
; Youll ,be Right,
; too, if you choose
For an evening's
enjoyment.-
Brinr?
the'
Ladies
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' . r ' Cabaret
OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY
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-Chadbourne Suits Them at Center Field.
Barkhurst Suits Them With Suits ' ; i
,Not Only With S.uits But With Prices.
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He's the Mail That Made $22 famous
(His Lowest JPrice for a Made-to-Order Suit. ' -J
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DROP IN WHEN NEXT YOU SEE THE SIGN ' '
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Merchant Tailor
minder; Stanley
v -o you and your friaada..
rting
1 Of all dtaeriptloM, ,
AUO'RAnirs ' boxes an
, PUUVZB
Hut not mado by your Stanley, bnt
by Stanley, the manufacturer.; ,
Columbia '
Hardware
" Company
Bat, Waaalastou aad Stark.
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jereiy
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Remember GEO. i
W. W. McCredie Ktui.ua
,r - likewue tho ,'
McCredie Billiard
Palace ,
For the Finest Equipped Billiard Parlors in the West
All' theANS'Come-Here f
YEON BUILDING Second Hoor, 5th and Alder Su.
" Come Again"
Bear, Deer, Cougar
v (Bog-era1 Method) t ;
A aOOB GTO X.OABZD WXTX
Peters Ammunition
'. We also earry
WTTCH-TI-K BPOXTZVO SX0X3
v.'. . (Best la the World) .
stnrsAX saiirFBOor trtOTB- -
OAFS. ETO. - . ,
v THB H0UBX! OOMPXOBTS"
Archer Cc Wicsins
OAS STBXET, OOXVZB SZXTX.
6th and Stark
lltofBostbn
Jfoir don't Imagine Walter Me-'
Credia aalu this, but be certainly
would if ho knew that wo aell ...-, .
Men's Shoes
$25150;:'
They are aetnally worth mora, but
: thev'ro aamplea;, chat'a why wo'ra
called
Boston Sample
Shoe Store
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f J t 3Tar WaaMaftoa.
Suit Overcoat
FR AZIER
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" Tea. 4 bUcka "west" of Broadway
on Washington you'll find
SHAW, The Hatter
What we ssts la rent yoe mi is price, ;
Bay Tonr Hat tt a Xat tore.
On account of our low rent we give
you for 12. $2.60 or $8.60 a hat.
' usually aold for from $3 to $5. We
v will odnttnu to handle the Justly
popular KENSHAW $$ Hat, and In
addition the $2.60 and $3.60 grades
from the same factory. All our.
fiats are hand made, labeled goods,
" nif t.rnnt HlinlipfltAil At thl
I ' price. ,
Shaw, the Hatter
SURPftsnor to Kenshaw. ITat Store,
, . 4ia Washington Bt.. Betweea. :
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MORNING. OCTOBER 23,
TeantiT - We Are' Fans and'-Frond c !
HAGERMAN'S
Curves Revolve
with aatoroatio' grace, lo ' do ;
"Pax" Rubber Heels
Tha round rubber heel that
pleases, Wearara of -"'Pax' heels
are not bothered with run-down
heela and are afforded many com
fort! unknown to those who have v
not worn them. , v,.'-,- -.,
Our Shoe Repairing Dept.
iost I
eat. j
ine moat tnorouaniy ana in
modern equipped on the coi
Ardshaw Bros. & Carr
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FANS, TAKE; NOTICE!
or
& GO.
Lober Says:
To the woods with my Baseball :
Suit me for a made-to-order Suit
one of those t i
Business Suits for $25 '
' m BATH TWB 910,
' . So He's comma to
TAlXOIlS
S44 Alder It-, . Sad and ard.
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If you
, wish to tee ,
.Krause at ,
hU bestj put
on a pair of - .
Duback's
Qlasses
Manufaeturrd i
and aold only by
DUBACK
Portlands Oldest Optometrist.
SUtk rioor . . .
ssuuircr atmujiHO,
Cor. aider and 6th.
p OOD at Any OldThing
That's You
MR.SPEAS-
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-but -when it comes
to Teeth v
That's ua Mr. Fan
Now that your . "baseball"" -worries "
are over come let a fix up '
vYOUR TEETH , . .
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Same Old Prices-Same Old Service- '
Union Painless Dentists
?eo'&
"Rainier
Davis made good at short; and
"Rainier" made . good "at "the
or rather we should
iould say.v
Is
Made
Good--
but
How
Good
YouvV':
Never
Can Tell
Until
You Try
Make
Liiood
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"v ' Wholesale Distributors for Oregon, Idaho a;ij U'
Vho&ea, Mala g8g - tICT, AT'
The Best Pitcher
In the world and that takes la
"aome" territory .
Gene Krapp
He doesn't win every game, but
there's never a -moment that he.
Isn't trying. I'm strong for him.
jrow rom xx-rve got the ;
troneest. line of Bui's, Overooata
and Raincoats at lie that this
town ever saw. and on every gar- :
roent my low upstairs expenses
enables me to save you at leaat II.
' Let mo prove that you can ,
nan vr axti bath as..- ..
MAX MICHEL
V78TAXRS CXiOTKBS lEOfi
Jnd Floor Maeleay Bid.''
- 4th and Waahlngton Sta.
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