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title: 'The San Juan islander. (Friday Harbor, Wash.) 1898-1914, February 11, 1910, Image 8',
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I Prompt Attent'on The Oldest Dry Goods House in the Northwest , Fashion cl *^ j
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1 20 to 75 Per Cent Reduction on Entire Stock of a
| Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear Apparel ij
0 Everything in the way of Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear Apparel for Women, Misses, Children and Infants take part, a few contract goods 2
• being the only exception, otherwise everything is reduced—absolutely nothing reserved. A few of the many items on sale follow, they J
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1 tell you but briefly of the long list of bargains that await you: |
• Down! Down! Down! Prices on Staple 98CtS.~A GREAT SALE Of WAISTS AT-98CtS. EnSl^T^-,^^?* I
*&• C*f\f\Ae ====^ • ■ ' Bale at II 10 ®
® UOOuS Fancy Lingerie, batiste, barred muslin and tailored styles, snow white and beau- Qn ■«„*„__ fm> ttnmfnr¥a o__ , L §
T i'c il. j jii i i i■ i« ■ i cil • *irA ii' li 30c Sateens, for comforts and fancy work, pretty Dattems *nA
@ Over 820,000 worth of dependable merchandise is repre- tlFul goods, and the lowest Valuation you Can put On any of them IS $1.50 —Mighty colorings; sale price, yard ... .. ...... "ernH a"a $
© sented in this gigantic sale. The bi« window display is at- big values at that price; the collection is unusually varied, presenting the very It , A. ! . oa . . ",'•' . i
T B ixijAxjAiA-iJi- «i . IL r .i i_ j i•* j 150 Art DesiKns, 36 mcbes wide; sale price, a vard l?o I
© tracting intense interest. Such sheets, spreads, muslins, etc., latest and most wanted styles; tailored hnene waists, with stitched plaits and J IZC $
& were never offered in Washineton at these prices. tucks; lingerie Waists, prettily trimmed with Val lace, allover embroidered fronts 18C Galatea ' 50 Patterns, all colors, at, a yard ......... 14 C @
© == and medallions; new spring 1910 goods; on sale Friday and Saturday at 98c 50° Draperies, 50 inches wide. Oriental coioringa. at. a $
I 10c and 121-2c Outing Flannel 8c a Clearance Sale in the Cloak and Suit Room :; '■ 15cBurlalltheted color^ *«* 'Zult
% * Yard : All Fall and Winter Suits at a Great Deal Less Than Half Price. , i2° J^iS'^-^iS^^T^j-- 1.™'"?: /T 01 ™™" °* ooloilßaiEßliiitrar2^ •
© Good heavy warm fleecy Flannels, not a pinched assort- SUITS FORMERLY SOLD FOR $25.00 TO $27.50; n0w..... ...... #9-98 12)^ o India Linen, 100 pieceg;on bale at. a yard........80 §
0 ment, but hundreds of pieces at this price; liKht. medium and SUITS FORMERLY SOLD FOR 330.00 TO $35.00; now $12 00 $1.25 Cotton Bata weight 4 lbs extra larae size• on B »l« @
% dark colors, checks, stripes, plaids, etc. SUIIS FORMERLY SOLD FOR $37.50 AND $40.00: now $15-00 \&,, v™?;~ " .'.> 8'! !! ***** BlZe' °D . Bal O«c ®
*g* SUITS FURMELRY SOLD FOR $50.00 TO $75.00; now $19-98 """" " voc a
'if B} 3 Calicos, all colors, at, the yard 5c =================^=====^^ 15c size 42x3 Pillow Slips, good fancy mnslin; on Bale at. .9c *
pf 12, Silkaline, good assortment of patterns: at a yard 8c Childrcns' Coats | Short KimonOS ■ ' -.- ' ~ " ~ *
L 15c Dress Ginghams, all new patterns. 100 pieces for a sekc- Come in Venetian Cloth. Broadcloth, Bear- of heavy Velour Flannels . One-PieCe DreSSeS f
tion;on sale at, a yard 12c skin and Fancy Cloakings — $1.25 Kimonos, at. 98c @
® in n f .. " .-I---.* . . _ $2.50 Coats, n0w...... $\ 48 »I.OU Kimonos, at '.-...790 520.00 Dresses, now. ......... .sl4 85 @
0 10c Cretons, b,g range of patterns, at. a yard. 7c $300 Coats, now $1.98 Childreiis' Dresses $25 00 Dresses, n0w..... ................... .$17.50 ®
«► 15c Fancy Cambrics, in light and dark colors. 36 inches wide, g 4 .50 Coats, now ' £2-98 «i ae . Brown and Green ;fancy plaid School ===========^^ §
. , • ,^' S4.ou L«oats, now »Z V» Bine. Brown and Green ;fancy plaid School : = §
,}gt ac* a yara •■' *^° $5.00 and $6.50 Coats, now $3 25 Dresses aizea no tn 1^ vnara *nn rala nf Ofi ■* I J» > lif I U ' r\ ft
| 25c Fancy Scrim, new designs; sale price, a yard ...19c M-00"ldi8- Silk Waists $325 """^^^^S"" 1"'983 Ladics> WrappCß and House Dresses ■ •
2ac Burlap, in fancy designs.all good patterns sale at. -19c Black laf[eta Waißta> fancy trimmed or $5 50 pttioats; no^ '^ . . .$3 98 Wrappers and House Dresses of tine Percales and Flannelettes. 1
_ 10c Apron Gmgh&ms. the best standard grade, all colors, tailored effects' regular price $5.00; $6.50 Petticoats, now . $4-98 $1.25 and $1.50 values; at ....98c *
X checks:at- ayard 7c now ; ; ...- $3-25 $10 00 Petticoats, now £7.49 ==============^^ I
£ 15c India Linen. ioo pieces on sale at, a yard lOc Long Kimonos Sateen and Moire Petticoats <t caa n a ; n r^ic <fc9 aa !
g 80c Cotton Bats, weight 3 lbs., for full size comfort; sale Of fine, soft fleecy flannels; all neat pat- $1.25 Petticoats, at. ..'B9c . *PO.UU IVdin V^OdlS $L.\JKJ J
«► PFICe c terns. $1.50 Petticoats, at 98c A sale of Rain Coats which meann a saving of $6.00 to 8.00 ?
V 60c 72x90 bleached Sheets, good grade cottop; sale priue. $1.25 LONG KIMONOS 98c $1.75 Petticoats, at V...5M9 to every woman who will be lucky enough to secure an 88.00to J
*§* eacb ; 39c $2.00 Long Kimonos $1-49 $3.00 Petticoats, at. $1.98 $10.00 Coat for only $2.00 •
Uhas. Laison returned from a buai
ness triD Wednesday.
Mra. ML C. Curry was hostess of
the W. I. I Thursday.
Miss Cecil Sanders was a week end
guest of the Hogaus this week.
Robert Kepler has taken, the place
vacated by John Anderson on the Or
Rev. Jones called at Orcas Mon
day. He came over on the revenue
W. E. Sutherland brought in a
scow load of wood from Deer Harbor
with his launch Madeline.
Mr. Graft, who bas been quite ill,
is steadily improving in health under
the care of Dr W. N. Powers.
J. U. Curry returned Tuesday
morning from a two weeks' business
trip to Seattle and Hoods canal.
Dr. Powers, who has been confined
to h.s home on account of illness for
some time, is now able to be out.
Capt. Walter Larson has had the
Orlou beached for a couole of days to
give her a new coat ot cupper paint.
Bruce Willis made a short stop at
Orcas Monday with his launch Ailsa
on his way to Doe Bay from Friday
Lost, straved or stolen from Wool
ard'a ranch, nine Swiss goats. Any
information concerning same will be
gratefully received by G. W. Wool
Mrs J. G. Carry and Mrs. D. B.
Kepler returned Monday from a week's
visit at East Souud with Mrs. Curry's
mother. Mrs. Peter Philip, and Mrs.
Kepler's sister-in-law, Mrs. E. C
Diok Shaw has been moving the
Gordons, of Shaw island, over to Or
cas by means of his launch and a
scow. Mr. Gordon has sold his
property on Shaw island and ia mov
ing to Rellingbam.
The Orcas blacksmith shop is again
opened. Mr. Di inkier, of Seattle, a
very capable blacKsmitb, is in charge
and hopes to remain here permanent
ly if he receives work to warrant it.
The shop is to be moved so that hor
ses and vehicles may be more easily
taken into it; and other important
Threatening feverishness with children
is quickly and safely calmed by Preven
tics. These little Candy Cold Cure Tab
lets should always be at band —for
promptness is all-important. Preventics
contain no quinine, nothing harsh or
sickening. They are indeed "the stitch
in time." Carried in pocket, or purse.
Prevention are a gemrinesafeeuard against
Colds, 25c. Sold by Friday Harbor
Mrs. B. F. Wood returned home
George Kalberg went to Anaoort&s
The Ladies' Guild will meet at the
church on Thursday, Feb. 17.
Born, Sunday, Feb. 6, to Mr. and
Mrs. Fredrickson, a daughter.
John Clark returned from a busi
ness trip to Seattle on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stedlin spent Thurs
day with Mr. and Mrs. Nichols.
Mrs. Hunter went to the Harbor
on Wednesday for medical care.
The Lopez W. G. T. U. will meet
with Mrs. Bice Wednesday atternoon.
Feb. 16. •
Simeon Riohey ie> visiting relatives
on Lopez for a few days and helping
to settle his father's estate.
Mr. Hudson brought a large span
of horses from Seattle on Friday for
use on nis large ranch at Port Stan
Randolph Kalberg wad down from
Seattle nn Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
Glendenning,who were looking at hia
Mrs. Gallanger went to the Harbor
on Tuesday to be the guest of her
granddaughter. Mrs. Walrod, for a
Do you know that croup can be
prevented? Give Chamberlain's
Cough Re dy as soon as the child
becomes hoarse or even after the
croupy cough appears and it will pre
vent the attack. It is also a certain
cure for 'croup and has never been
known to fail. Sold by all dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Mordhorst went
to Friday Harbor Friday on business.
0. Cook and son Harry are buey
catting a scow load of wood for the
Miss Jeannette Borchers is visiting
Mrs. Bugge in Friday Harbor for a
Miss Leila Borchers has been con
fined to the house with a bad cold the
L. A. Borchers and sou Louis made
a business trip to Friday Harbor
Henry Baiam. son of Jack Balam,
is working for G. W. Smith near
Grandma Cook has been very ill
for the past two weeks and is not
much better at this writing.
—Now is the time to boy grass
seeds. All kinds at Tulloch'a.
Undoubtedly the best dance ever
held at Waldron island was that giv
en on Saturday night by Messrs. Fred
Norby, J. Larson. Ole Oleson, E.
Johnson. A. Oleson, C. Tarlswik and
Swan Erickeon, better known as the
"jolly seven." The hall was deco
rated in good taste for the occasion.
A splendid supper was served about
midnight under ibe very able super
vision of Mrs. John .Steuberg, about
foty five couples doing ample justice
to the repast. Dancing was then re
sumed which lasted until five in the
morning, when everybody went to
their respective homes, declaring
themselves well satisfied with the
royal good time they bad had. The
music was furnished by the Waldron
Island Harmonic Quadrille band of
five pieces under the leadership of
In sickness, if a certain hidden nerve
goes wrong.then the organ that this nerve
controls will also surely fail. It may be
a Stomach nerve, or it may have given
strength and support to the Heart or Kid
neys. It was Dr.Shoop that first pointed
to this vital truth. Dr. Shoop's Restora
tive was not made to dose the Stomach
nor to stimulate the Heart or Kidneys.
That old-fashioned method is all wrong.
Dr. Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
these failing inside nerves. The remark
able success of this prescription demon
strates the wisdom of treating the actual
cause of these failing organs. And it is
indeed easy to prove. A simple five or
ten days test will surely tell. Try it once
and see? Sold by Friday Harbor Drug
A GOOD LIVE AGENT WANTED
in each count; to handle the new In
stantaneous or Hiujhlow hollow wire
Gasoline Lighting System. Finest
Light ever patented, for store and
homes. Exclusive territory.
COAST LIGHTING CO.. Inc.
2233 Second A venae Seattle, Wash.
San Juan County Farms
Island Homes and Water Fronts ARE SEL
> UNG THROUGH
Charles Somers Co.
ALASKA BUILDING; SEATTLE
Who Want to Hear From and See BUYERS and SELLEKS.
Ask for Their Fifty-six Page Illustrated Booklet, "The Puget
Sound Country." ITS FREE and Full of Interesting Facts
and Descriptions Applying to the Islands.
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