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BOSTON'S^ CLOTHING UNLOADING SALE One of the most Sensational Clothing Sales. Slashing prices on all Men's Youths' and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. Now for the livliest selling ever known. Bargains Galore. To still further reduce our mammoth stock clothing—to make room for Spring Stock we make this special offer FOR ONE WEEK ONLY fs2o Men's Suits $12.50 The very foremost line of Amer ica is here, Kirschbaum hand-made clothing - in all the new lall and winter styles and fabrics. For $12.50 we'll give you choice of *200 suits that you would be asked $18.50 to $20.00 elsewhere, for $12.50 $21.50 Men's Suits $15.00 This season's most stylish cut. SS luaran'tS' ESS at this time comes only once in a very long while. Will you let this chance slip by? They are strictly high class in every way. We place be fore you four of the most styl ish weaves, such as English worsted serge, Scotch mixt ures, Cheviots and Wool Cas simeres. Suits for business or dress wear. We urge you to evince enough curiosity to come and look, for we feel fully confident that you will appreciate their value. Comes in single or double-breasted sacks, and we doubt if you can buy as good a suit elsewhere sor less than £21.50; remem slsloo *' S Cr c % V Js e SW ° Ver ' We are showing a strong line of Men's Fine Rainproof Cravenette Overcoats in the most popular styles and weaves; comes in black and Oxford mixtures; smart styles; worth up to #15.00; price during this sale only Slashing Prices on Boys' Suits breasted sack and Norfolk style, made of Cheviot, Scotch Tweed and English Worsted * It a. » WIIIMM $3.98 You Cm. rjITTTI nfiPfTinilT We Sell Do Better I i n||\ I Topsy at 1.1. J Ullul ...1 Hosiery (tfrays Harbor Realty Co. .\<:(:<!s Property. 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A mum 11' ,| I I I'M 1 wu« <:oin|iltit«-.ly initd, ft •'(in(ilitldly Hint it bit 'iiiiifts aj• iccj cti< c t«# 11.< • <1111111*,111) thin Km ill rtiitv.'l y." ho].] uii.lt:, j/imiiin ti'O lit I'.vutin Ihtt'ft (j*j 'o f.t'/itr. i,i XjOOUU i.jzi t.iu i,i iulliih a Jul ruling « apeclalty. liorma liiuUig. ALONG THE: WA I ER FRONT. Vessels Coming and Going and Loading at the Saw Mills. Tho l!iin Geneva is at the Union mil, loit'iini; (or San Francisco. Tho steamer Jim ISutler is, loading at Hid Wast iikill for San Francisco. The schooner W. J. I'atterßon is load ing for Sun Francisco at the American mill. Cured of Lung Trouble. "It is now eleven years since I hail a narrow escape from consumption." wiitos C. O. Floyd, a leading business man of Kershaw, S. C. "I had run down in weight to 135 pounds, and coughing was constant both by day and by night. Finally I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery' and continued Hum for about sis months, when my cough and lung trouble .were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight, 170 pounds." Thousands of porsoiiß are healed every year. Guaran teed at Evans Drug Co. „50c and fJ.OO. i'rlal bottle free. t All tlie nows that's fit to print. Ab«r* ilcou Semi-Weekly Herald, 92.00 a Taw, •1.60 la advance _ .n. ..ju mh ABKRDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 1907 Do You Know Who Reads the Herald? If t lie merchant who is uncertain about the Herald's circulation wants to ki ow who besides himself reads it, he can 'asily lind out by inqnir jnp More than half the families in A' rcu . who read papers read the Herald. It's a paper with an Aber deen uml Chehalis County circula .ior Ar.. the advertising in it pays the Advertiser, because from the small est news item to the smallest adv. it is read— h v all the fauiilv. Phone 561 AND ASK FOR RATES ABERDEEN HERALD 408 EAST WISHKAH ST Theodor Eggers President of the American Fish Company, one of the leading men in the evergreen state of Washington and heavily interested in Alaska fisheries, is one of the thousands who consider it a duty and a pleasure to talk plainly to his fellow-men. He said the other day that he had for years been sick from divers stomach troubles, but for two years he has been as strong as any man, and the only rea son came from the fact that since two years ago he and his entire family have used no other drink than "Golden Grain Granules." Coffee and tea are drugs. Turn a new leaf and drink this health drink three times a day and you will feel different. Your grocer may not have Golden Grain Granules in stock, but every job ber can supply him and he can accom modate any customer who wishes to * use Golden Grain Granules. There is no substitute for this article, noth ing like it; no similar goods, and your grocer will get it for you even if he does not carry it in stock. Sold in all grocery stores at 25 cents for a big package.