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THE MORNING QUECxONIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1903.
Made "a Little Better Than Seems Necessary!:
We don't ask you to buy them because they are made
in Portland, but we do ask you to compare them with
other makes. If they compare favorably, it is to your
own interest to wear them.
FLEISCH1NER, MAYER & CO., Makers
The Smith & Watson Iron Works hogging Equipment
poutlakd, or. odwiimi dnu mining iviacninery
STRUCTURAIi IROX WORK
MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES AND BOILERS.
SHIP REPAIRS AND GENERAL JOBRING
Union Meat Company
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II BEEF AND PORK PACKERS II
II - LARD REFINERS Oregon ;
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Mild Sugar - Cured
And also Pure Kettle-Leaf Rendered LAfD
All our products are manufactured froni Oregon
wheat-fed hogs, and every piece of meat is U. S.
JC" Stand Up for Oregon and Patronize Home Industry.
i R. LUTRE & CO.
Dixon, Borgeson & Co.
JEWELERS AND DRUGGISTS' WALL CASES and BANK FIXTURES
140 to 146 North Sixth Street
Portland, Oregon v
902-908 First Avenue Seuth, Seattle, Wash.
Our increased business compelling us to seek
larger quarters, and desiring to celebrate our 10th
anniversary in an appropriate manner, we decided to
erect a new building at corner of Park and Oak streets
which we will occupy on and after Jan. 1st, 1903.
We will in future, as in the past, endeavor to fur
nish the trade with the very best and up-to-date
coin-operating machines, novelties, etc.
Our record for the past ten years is a guarantee of
what the trade may expect from us in the next 1 0 years.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO.
S. MORTON COHN, Proprietor
Mechanical and Electrical (Novelties
Manila and Sisal Rope
American Hemp Goods
i. JOSEPH TVEBER
.FRANK I. WEBER
Of'Oak Harness, Skirting, Collar and Latigo Leather
Tannery Located at
Fulton Station, Portland, Or.
t WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR HIDES I
ROBERT WAKEFIELD, President
Bridge & Building Co.
Structural Iron and Steel Work a Specialty
Room 057 "Worceiiter TJloclc
Corner Third and Oak Streets