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For "Bargain Satur
day," July 18, '08.
All Card Goods, gold and filled 20 per cent
All Leather Goods 25 per cent
All China, Cut Glass, Clocks and Broii7.cs.25 per cent
All Silver and Plated Toilet Ware 20 per cent
All Silver and Plated flat and hollow ware. 20 per cent
All Chains. Charms and Lockets 20 per cent
All Rings and Bracelets 15 per cent
All Gold, filled, silver and silverine w'tch's.15 per cent
These are "bargain Prices" seldom heard of. on goods
such as I carry, considering guarantee, quality, regular
price, and nice, new, and up-to-date articles
6. HEITKEMPER, JR.
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
Iiiimomls anl Contract Goo-I inl
incliulnl In tliiiMle
Morrill., tlto town without boom.
UtlHltU'iH In iuonhIiir lit Mill I'll lit-
Cupt. I U. A)plvEAU wont to Toe
tnm landing Mil morning to mnko nr
rntiKomciitu for utorltiK hi wool clip
nt llmt pliiro.
MONTY TCj LOAN on Komi miMir
It) IIMI-Hlioplionl To, Htf
i:. (1. Ilmmoti. miiiorvlnlni: mikI-
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ni'vr in i no iii'ciiiniiniiui niTTiK'i ifii
licio till mornttiK after hhiiiIIiir nov
oral tin) here looklliK over tli Klnin
, Hlmll mih he hnit the IipM Ire
cream In town If oit nre from Ml
smid Ktop In nt (ho Atnerlciin Con
The IiiiIIiIIiik formerly occnpleil li
the Home hnkeiy lin heen leimeil to
Mr riehlM, who will open tip u del-J
i Irnlesneii mill hnkeiy nliout the tlml
of the inntith
II I 'll it look Unr.lneei H. V Mur
phy mill i: t! Unp'on to the t'lcur
l.iiki iIiiiii enterlii) III hi niitomo
title The tll wis mmle without nil)
inilh.ii to the iiiuihlne
I Wilt I I' ill up n thuiit'o to , the
MKKi"t mill hent illnh of li'e i renin
for our twin.! ill the Aliii'lli.lll Coll
flit (illicit J lot
Severnl piutlm nre pliinnlnu to
nmke n trip to Hpeuier creek to
enrch for the wllJ man. who linn boon
nttractln attention of late It In
xery prolmlile Hint n pntiy "III fin"
for there In u few iln)
o In keep ioiiI' ll'H enin' dui
Ice ileum nml tunc ilrlul.H lmu
rioheil I lie inohlitn The MiieMwin
Confeetloneij -'" ,(l'
Merrill. I'roiierly l n"rtoimt'le.
Mi nml Mr Dun .1 Zumnnll nml
the Pimmoio Utei retliltieil hmt
ulKht from Cuiler l.nku Hie) teporl
ii er enJoiilile trip nml the imulc
Iiiiih were er) enthiilnllf oer
liliiiniith' heiiutlful Hivnei) The)
tine a conreil nt Kurt Ivlninnth Hun-
ilnv iilnlit which win Inrtccl) nlteiul
le.l The trio lift fin Hun riiimlmo
I lilt iiiornlni:
Wtint' llnu'ii'l on rulleil nt the
new lie c I cum imilulM In the Amerl
tan Hotel lileik -' '
I M. llmt kiln of lime will t Iniriit
l.iliout AiiKUit HUh I will lie reail)
'to till .ill or ill 1 1 lii'iii Ho u on
; ','v.l (li:i IIIKIIN
I Iteiuemlier the hie II Hnle
Jl $3 Picturegfor ji
WITH A $2.50 CASH PURCHASE
Remember to Get Yours
See large variety in WindoW
Star Drug Store
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
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Iiiinluem iroperti In the heat lotvn o( I ii ,
in lllninrili Mill- liniulri ni Hie in vuii
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Grand Reduction and Money Raising Sale
The mammoth stock of new dependable up-to-date mer
chandise, consisting of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks,
Valises, and Shoes, belonging to K. Sugarman, has been placed
in the hands of Lewis Bros. & Co., of Spokane, Wash., who are
under contract to dispose of at least one-half of the entire stock
on or before Angust 8th. Everything from cellar to garret and
from wall to wall will be placed on sale and sold from
30 to 60 Per Gent Less
than similar goods were ever offered to the buying public in this or any other
city of Southwestern Oregon. Never before has merchandise been offered at
such ridiculously low prices. Lewis Bros, are known from Coast to Coast as
the world's greatest bargain givers and know no limit when the price slashing
knife is once applied.
$3000 Worth of Furnishing Goods
As complete a stock to select from as can be
found in the entire west. The celebrated duet,
monarch, standard and Mount Hood shirts speak
for themselves. The straining point has been
reached and prices broken Into very small
$ .75 Golf shirts now $ .39
1.00 Golf shirts now 49
1J50 Mount Hood shirts now 69
1.75 Monarch shirts now 95
1.50 Standard shirts now 95
2.25 Standard shirts now 1.65
3.00 Standard shirts now 2.15
.75 Standard buckskin shirts now 45
$5000 Worth of Shoes
Consisting of men's and boys shoes and foot
wear of all styles and sizes all new and made by
the best manufactuiers of the world and made from
the best colt, calf and kid leathers. We have the
W. L. Douglas, Buster Brown, Star Brand and the
$ 1.50 Canvass shoes now S .95
2.50 Shoes now 1.85
3.00 Shoes now 2.15
4.00 Shoes vici now 2.85
2.50 and 3 00 Shoes horse hide now 1.85
3.50 and 4.00 Shoes horse hide now 2.95
100 Pair Boys Shoes at Panic Prices
Every article will be
marked in plain figures and
will be sold for cash only.
Sale begins July 25th
Store was closed July 23rd
and 24th during which time
Lewis Bros, and their staff of
sales people were cutting and
slashing prices and making
ready for the greatest bargain
feast in the history of this city.
A dollar saved is two
dollars earned. Come hitch
your dollars to our bargains
and make it draw the largest
load they ever earned.
$5000 Worth of Clothing
Consisting of men's ani boys staple and fucj
clothing of the celebrated Hart-Sharer & Mm,
Friend Bros, and Edlnhelmer-Sleln & Co., Ik
world celebrated manufactur rs of the very hid
grades of fancy and durable clothing
$ 7.50 Suits now
10.00 Suits now
15.00 Suits now
16.60 Suits now
1.75 Pants now '.
2.50 Pants now
5.00 Pants Corduroy now
5.00 Boys suits now.. .
7.50 Boys .suits now.
2.50 Boys washable suits.
S2nOn Wnrth nf Hata etc.
Th ..J J V n r-.-l ....J f naffer hltl
tic inuuini i. o. oicisuii uuu uv -
panama and straw are wltnout an equal-lruB
and suit cases galore. .
S 2.00 Hats now . j-S
2.50 Hats now - - H2
5.00 Hats J. B. Stetson ?
fl.no u.itc ....-..,.. ... ... 3.7?
'-' ""IIP J'MIIUIII.1 HUH, . '- J.FM
7.50 Hats panuma now ..! ,; - ,
1000 Straw and Manilla hats to be sold retfurdlcsiorw
one intra orr on an sun enscs onu irun.
Buvind vour suDDlies now means Increased rnmtnrt at HiMa.i
hid their limit, but this one has none. We will sell the entire tnrk t tKl. " R.VJ"U?. SK "95
lands it. We mimt mnke rnnm unH w nH h. I. w 3" '" -"."U1C" " " c u"yB
cohU All previous sales hnve
mi Am.. i w- .. mui' "" "- 'j V" "J?"" -ww,k "cbjc iuw iiRures u me t
r. ffiT ;; ; fZ:il" lX"L r'1J !JHFPt .W W. i he merchsnlse. Now
of all sale, in IS Thlstorrof lmath Fai:w,cm" "" "mu "B "" ana w,nler at thls tne catesl
It If StiU
The Portland Store
Sale Begins July 25th and
Closes August 8th
IN CHARGE OF
Lewis Bros. & Go.
IS THE PLACE