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HOUSE OF PORTLAND...
IN FACT THE ONLY ONE OF TOE KIND IN THE STATE OF OREGON
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Announces a vjicat uic ui run aim unci iivoo
The finest collection of Novelties ever exhibited in the
Northwest. Several lines of
New and Stylish Weaves
at 20, 25c, 37c, 45c and 50c per yard.
Novelty Pattern Suits
in Red and Green, Navy and Green, Red and Black, Brown
and Black at $3 50, 4.50, $5.r.0, $15.75 $7.35. $8.75 a suit.
Latest and Newest t3 Date
NEW CAPES NEW JACKETS
New Seperate Skirts in Black and Colors, Roman Stripes and
Checks, from $1.50 to $9.
See us on all of the above goods. It will pay you.
rew M A Morrison.
McALMN 6c McDONNEEL.
In order to enable our numerous friends and
customers to pav us a visit and examine our
NEW STORE with its entirely NEW STOCK
we have concluded to give them an opportunity
of doing so free of cost. Our plan is this:
Any one visiting our store from Clackamas
county, and making a purchase amounting to
ten dollars or over and presenting a copy of this
advertisement, will have the amount of his or
her fare to Portland and return refunded by us.
To assure those who are not acquainted with our
house we beg leave to say that we have but
and that the lowest and all our goods are
marked in plain figures.
Our stock is entirely new and has been carefully
selected by our Mr. Ben Selling, aud we will sell
only at POPULAR PRICES.
MOVER CLOTHING CO...
Third and Oak Streets.
BEN SELL1NO, Manager
Football os Thanksgiving Day.
Arrangements are made for the grandest
and most interesting game of football
ever held on the grounds at Gladstone
Pni-U. The came will be given on
Thanksgiving day and called promptly
at 2 p. ni. and end in time time for those
who wish to visit the Portland games on
same day. The match is between the
Company F team and the Oregon City
Athletic Club Leighton Kelly will be
captain and J. U. Campbell manager of
the Company F team and Charles Pope
will captain and James Church manage
the O. C. A. O. team. There is some
cracker-jack players in both teams and
if the day be favorable a lively contest
will result. The admission to the
grounds will be free and a lare attend
ance is expected. The Company F
colors are orange and white and the
O. 0. A. O. purple and white. The
grand ball given in the evening by
Company F nt the armory will add
much to the days amusement. Those
vh i will pUy u o the following persons:
CO. V TKAM 0l C' A' !l
Uraeser Center. Cauileld
Bovlan L.'iuart Uyatt
Mc.Ja.nknd ...U.'iuard Brown
Shipley ..Tackle.. .....Hums
UeJeway H. Tackle. . . . Wm
lloffmm :..R.Kmi Beauheu
KmpkhiB liiwrlor .fope
K,.y Full Hack Uhuieh
Keating I Whillock
tiuntenbcin (. nu18 3 Cregt-rsnu
Patronize home manufacture and buy
Patent flour made m your own town
You will Und tins combination in
Patent flour: High color even granu.
lation good strength.
"You can't make a silk purse of a
sow's ear," but you can make good bread
of Patent flour.
Great reductions on all trimmed hats
at Miss Goldsmith.
Fine trimmed hats at low prices at
New veilings at Miss Goldsmith.
Assorted patterns of stamped pillow
shams at 20c a pair at the Racket Store,
opposite Uliarman & Co.'s drugstore.
Teachers' monthly report cards at the
Courier office for 5') cents per 100.
The best and nicest selection of rib
bons ever in the city, just arrived at the
To Cur OiMiKtlpite on Forever.
Trfke Cnscnrets Catidv Cathartic, 10c
"r2Vi. Jf C O. C. full toe lire, druiigisis
KriiM'ate Yir Hivvli With C-Mnmretn.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever 10, 25c. If CO. V fail, drug
gists refund moir.'V.
Novelties im notions of all kinds at
the Racket Store.
Farm produce and hides and fur
wanted at the Reliable Clothing Mouse,
Schwartz & Michaels, proprietors.
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H nttiv he worth something to know
thai ll.e've.y best medicine lor rer-t Tina
the tired i nervous r.vstemto a lieiHiiiv
viuor is Electric Bitter. TI.W n.e.licli.e
is purely vegetable. hcIs by giving t'ue
to the neive centres in tl. '":,
Kently stimulates the Liver and Ivi.t
nrys, and aids these owns in throwing
oil impurities in the blood Electric
Bitters improves the appetite, aids
digestion, and is pronounced by those
who have tried it as the very best blood
- purifiei and nerve Ionic. Try it. Sold
tor 50n or $1.00 per bottle at Uiarinan
' & Co.'s drug store.
Iteauty la Blood.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets Candy
Cathartic dean your blood and keep it
clean, by stirrina up the lazy liver and
dri ving all in.Duri-.ie. fr.m the body.
Begin to-day to banish pimp eg, boils,
blotches, blackheads, and that sickly
bilious complexion by taking Cafcare s,
-beauty for ten cents. All druggists,
satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 2c, aOc
Knitting yarn, two skeins for 5c, at
the Racket Store.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
"'Born on 11th to the wife of C. 11. Dye,
a daughter, the first.
Mrs.T. V. Clark returned Monday
from a vitit to Baudon.
Born, on the 12th to the wife of H. J.
Scott, a nine-pound boy.
T. V. Clark returned to Bandon Tues
day atter a visit at Oregon City.
Wm. Welch of Clackamas visited rela
tives at Vancouver last week.
Miss Winona Williams is visiting hj-
aunt, Mrs. Warren, in Portland.
The G. A. R. and W. R. 0. will have a
campfire next Tuesday evening.
C. P. Looney left on Monday for
Ilwaco after a visit to this place.
Mrs. H. Bover, formerly of this place,
is now 'running a restaurant in Astoria.
Dave Heude.son returned . Saturday
from his summer surveying trip in
James Church is now driving wagon
and delivering "Patent" flour ior P. F.
GramaDhone at Willamette hall Man-
day evening. Come and bring the
Next Sundav. at 2 d. m.. Rev. Dr.
Williams will conduct service at the
chapel in Canemah.
Miss Mabelle Wiggins has left for her
home in Topeka, Kansas, where she will j
remain for some time.
Miss Grace Whitlock entered Forest
Grove University last week. Her
mother accompanied her.
Jas. A. House was arrested by Officer
Shaw on Wednesday and will be tried
on charge of Insanity on Friday.
Ohas. F. Elv and Miss Grace Moran
were married at Presbvteriau parsonage
on Saturday evening by Rev. A. J.
Mrs. F. L. Cochran left Tuesday for
Clatsop to witness the marriage of her
niece. Miss Bessio Biles to Mr. alurdouk,
a sawmill man.
Mrs. Allen Frost of Elvville has been
suffering the oast two weeks from
hemorrhages. She had a very severe
attack on Monday.
At the Salvation Army hall next Sun
day evening the subject will be "Found
Death on the Street." A cordial invita
tion is given to all.
The hour for service in St. Paul's
Episcopal church on Thanksgiving day
will be 11 a. m. There will be a dis
course appropriate to the day.
The firm of Schwartz & Michael have
dissolved and Mr. Schwartz is doing
business at old stand while Mr. Michael
has opened anew Btore next to postofflce
Dr. Pfvffer of Sandv was tried before
Justice Scheubel on t Wednesday for
practicing' medicine without a license.
The jury disagreed aud he was tried
again on Thursday.
A bis "free and easy" at the Salvation
Armv hall next Saturday, November 21'.
at 7:30 p. m. After meeting coffee and
cake will be served. A cordial invita
tion is given to all.
AV. W. Mvers and J. J. Cooke of Ore
gon City, James Root of Clackamas, P.
.1. Ridings of Marquam, .1. B. Noo of
Needy were drawn as U.S. trial jurors
in Portland last week.
Chas. V. Galloway, son of Receiver
Wm. Galloway, has been selected as one
of the six students to represent the
State Uuiversity at the state inter-col-
legeiate debate at Salem on J anuary 14th.
Fall Grove No. 32, W. of W., will give
a literary and musical entertainment at
Willamette hall on Monday evening,
November 22d. One of the features of
the evening will be Capt. Pierce of Port
land with his gramaphone. dmission
On Tuesday afternoon, from four to
five o'clock, little Miss Martina Parker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Parker,
entertained her young friends at her!
narents residence on 13lh street, the 03-
cabion being her fifth birthday. Elegant
refreshments were served. Numerous
presents were received. Miss Martina
went to the hospital on Thursday to
have an operation performed.
Christmas is coming and every one of
us likes to get a little present whether
of value to us or not, but if we are the
giver it 'ays decidedly in our hands to
stretch our little expenditure for some
dear one as far as possible in the region
of usefulness. Take for instance toys
they are for a day and your gut is lor
gotton. But it you buy a rocking chair
of Bellomy & liusch it in a present for
all time ; by a little extra care it may 1
serviceable for their children's children.
Married, on 10th, at M. E. r
by Rev. H. Oberg, Lida Portet
Mrs. Geo. Bebb and Miss A
left Thursday for a visit to
home in New York. 1
The new Lutheran church at,
J. Q. Adams and Eight St,
On Wednesday Justice ,
sentenced A. Suell, a hobo, tc
in jail for stealing an overcoat
License to wed granted c,
Margaret Baxter and Robt.
and to Laura Olds and G. E.
Rev. Dr. Williams' subjc
Paul's church next Sunday ev
be: "Who Brought the t.
Everett Hickman and Ralpl
are fixing up the old Schawn I
which they expect to occupy
Try a sack of I'nieut Flnur and you
will never regret, it. It sells itself.
Wasted. $300 or $350 for two or
three years, good security. Address
'Security," this office.
If you want a nice steak, roast or boil
call at Albright's shop and get some of
his cold-storage meat which is acknowl
edged by all to be superior to the meats
commonly sold at butchers' ghops. He
also keepa on hand a tun stock ol lara,
hams, bacon, etc., made by himself and
warranted purest and wholesome. Re
member the old established shop on
Mrs. Jacob Kober, formerly of Seventh
Street Bakery, has opened a restaurant
and lunch counter in buildiug formerly
occupied by Albert Knapp, opposite
Straight's store, and is prepared to
furnish first cla" meals from 5 cents up.
The building has been repapered and
repainted and presents a neat and clean
appearance. Call and try her meals
The Young Men's Christiana Associa
tion havejsecured Rev. Geo. F. Hall of
Decatur, 111., to give his lecture on
"America in the 20th Century" in the
Congregational church on Wednesday
evening, December 1st. Mr. Hall is one
of the most popular speakers before the
American public, and w ill undoubtedly
have a large and enthusiastic audience.
The admission is 25 cents for adults and
15 cents for children.
The four-year-old son of Jack .
kins of Green Point died of diphti
on Tuesday. The other children .
The Evening Tribune of Portland w
be enlarged and improved and will a
pear next Monday as an eight-pay
The case against Thos. Richardeo
for the alleged robbing of Ely Bros. sat.
was dismissed on Saturday in Justice
Dan Magone has been granted a new
trial. He was sentenced to two years in
the penitentiary for disinterring the
body of W. S.Ladd.
Dr. J. W. Welch has been confined to
hia room several days this week on
account of sickness. He left on Thurs
day for a visit at Silverson.
The barbers won an exciting game
fi om the grocery clerks at the bowling
alley on Tuesday evening. It seems the
barbers stood in with the pin setters.
Miss Liura Olds and G. E. Campbell
were married on Wednesday atM.E.
parsonage by Rev. H. Oberg. The
couple will reside at Springfield in the
The woolen mills are getting ready to
run a night and day iorco and are at
present "breaking in" a. lot of new
weavers and woiking till 9 o'clock eveiy
License to we 1 grantei on 16th to Lida
Porter and S. A. Govell, on 15th to Effie
Westfall and Geo. Schuller. Mibs 11. 1
Smith and Ohas.O. Wells, were married
on October 30th.
. Absurd Btories have been received for
Klondikers. The latest is that Confer
and Pierce were hung for stealing and
that George Hamilton was drowned in
the rapids on the Yukon.
Franklin L. Walker, aged 53,W years,
died on Tuesday and funeral services
were held at Holman's undertaking
parlors on Thursday at 1 :30 p. m. De
ceased had been employed by C. Al
bright for a number of years. v
John F. Phillip of North Yakima,
Wash., arrived Tuesday with the body of
his child, aged lii months, which lie ill
terred in the Bacon lot in the cemetery
here. The funeral services were held
at Mrs. Bacon's residence on Wednes
day, Rev. H. Oberg, officiating.
The interest continues to grow in the
sermons to young people at the Congre
gationol church Sunday evenings. The
subject next Sabbath evening will be:
Character Building." The morning
theme at 10:30 is "Purity and Perfection
in Christian Life." Sunday school at
"12 in. Young peoples' meeting at 0:30
The following seven of the eleven tak
log the county teachers' examination
last week missed : First grade Louisa
Maxwell of Orient; 2d Clara Demmer
of Portland: 3d Mrs. Lilhe Rowland
nnd F.lla J. Boehke of Milwaukio, Al
rneda McGrew and Louisa r. Phllbrook
oj Portland and Sarah E. Davis of Ore
S.O. Huffman, Maude Salisbury and
Lulu Hankins are assisting County Clerk
Dixon is copying the tax roll, which will
be finished about December lutli. Miss
Ina Chase is assssting Clerk Dixon and
Deputy Cooper during the circuit court
Methodist church Religious services
both morning and evening on Sunday,
November 21. Su'oject for the morning
service, "A Mystery." Subject for the
evening service, "Shams." liood music
and a cordial welcome to all.
Doings in probate court during week :
Final report of Chas. Hums as adminis
trator of estate of George Fritz, approved
and January 3 set as day for final settle
ment. Semi-annual account of Edna
Taylor as administratrix of estate of
Peter Taylor approved.
A special meeting of the city council
was held on Wednesday evening and
the revised ordinances were passed with
the exception of the liquor license or-
dinance. which will come up for passage
at regular Decemler meeting. Recorder
was instructed to get new records and
That every day1 . .
from every part of th
There must be some I
ladies don't go out o.
there is a reason.
IT IS BECAUSE we have established a i
lutely fresh goods especially i
delicacies, and our customers
superior article and then the pi
PHQmiETOR OF ...
HARDING'S BAKERY AND GROCER
BREAD AND PASTRY A SPECIALTY
The Place to Buy Your Shoes...
POPULAR SHOE STORE
m Third Street, Between Tine and Oak, PORTLAND
BABY SHOES., 35c
OIIII..DS' SCil OL SHOES 750
LADIES' OALF . SHOES $1.35
LADIES' FINE DRESS SHOES 135
MEN'S WATERPROOF SHOES (best in the
land) from 1.25 "P-
It will pay you to bring this advertisement with you.
lie sure to remember the Popular Siiok Store.
John Beegle, of St. Helens, will take
nnsession of the Oregon City Enterprise
next Monday, under a conditional lease
from Charles Meserve. Mr. Ueegle has
sold his interest in the St. Helens Mist,
which he obtained from Mr. Meserve
about eight vears ago, to his partner,
David Davis, and will bring his family
here to live. t
D. C. BURNS...
147 THIRD STREET, PORTLAND
Tea and Coffee
Along with a FIRST-CLASS Stock of
At cash prices. See us and save your money.
180 Front St.,'
Portland, - - Oregon
SEN'I) FOR THEM OR
COME AND SEE US
Pays you to see us for
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
In fact for everything in our line.
ALL WOOL SUITS $7
Worsted Dress Suits $10 ami $12.50.
Same kind are retailed elsewhere for $2.50 to $5 more.
'FAMOUS," ""ZLSrstzzr Portland, Or.