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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10,' 1897.
A Sof and Warm Bed
is a rare treat to ouf.care-worn
iy. A good bed in ii y lie p us
, ovar a bad cold quick and so
extend our life. You owe it to
yourself and family to pay a
little attention to this important
fa et. Our heavy blankets for $2
a piece would make a suitable
Christmas present. A large rug,
2)x5 feet, in fronVpf the bed, is
a good match. You will do well
to inspect our mammoth stock
complete iii all lines we cany.
With the Photograph
When you pick up a picture of
yourself you are naturally critical.
You wonder how the photographer
made it so good or how he made
it so bad.
When you think of the difference
between our photographs and
those you get from others you Bee
wherein lies the beauty and
attractiveness of nur pictures.
We give them a finish you will
(heneVj Leading Photographer
New Store New Prices
Wo Are After
11 First EL
-rtw li IIAWU (I
J)(J JIESTICS Merino Vran'nnri Pants. Ilia: Bargain at ....M)o eticli
ll'nion Suit-, sucliasyou pity $1 ami $1.25 fur
20yda Good Bleached Mnslin for... ,..$1 OOj eleewbprt. Our price 75c suit
Yard wide Bleached Muslin, Lonsdale 7c yd. Fine All-W-mt lhiUnSuUri,nmlviiW$2..ow $1.50 suit
Lonsdale Cambric 10c yd. Silk Vttf, lormtT prl" 3-1.50. now 82.00 each
Good Fast Color Calico.- 3SC yd! In Missi's' mid rhtldreu' Uiidorwunr we have
Better Grade Calico 4Jc yd everything and at prices that will make you our
Best Grade Calico ;c yd customers.
Best Grade Apron Check Gingham oc yd
BLACK SILKS MEX'S FURNISHING GOODS
flrmt vhIum Uio, 7o. 85c and 81 .00 Men's Good Heavy UncliTslitrts and Prnw.
In lliem t!i re Money Stivur.s.
IX BLACK DRESS GOODS
The above Lines are not a lot of cheap tttuff, but
rtlglll'ir TRADE WINNERS,
Outing Flannels, Good Selected Goods 5c yd
LndieB' lOe Cotton Hose now....,
....... ......5c pair
Butter Grades HSc. Sc. )t)c yil The 15n ami kind now 10c pair
Canton Flannel Bleached or Unbleached 5c yd Ladies' Woul RifotW Hose, the 2"w value, now loc pr
Heavy Gradeg tic,?, Sc, 10c yd Ladies' Fine Cotton Hose, usually Buld at JVe
Crash Towling, Twilled 4c yd and Hie, now 2!f pair
All Linen 'fowling h,Vyd We also have all the flue giadei at equally low
Metier umdoB 7c, so, juc, Wc ya prices.
Bleached Table Linen, the beat )ou have ever Children 'a Wluter H"8e from lie to 36c a pair.
160-inch Sacking, usually sU I at $
seen for the money 25c yd
Heavy and Better grades at 35c. 50c nnd 05c yd
72 inch Fine Linen Damask, euch as you see
elsewhere for 81 and (fl.25. Here 75c yd
Bed Table Damask - 15c, 2lic. 25e, 35 yd
Big Line of Towls at prices that are sure to sell
them. Bee Them.
Cheviot Shirting, heavy winter goods 8 He, 10c yd
ln-4 Gray or White BUnkets. the Dollar value 60c pr
Very Ltrge and Heavy uray uiananis, some
Stores net 83.50 for them. Our price S&25 pair
Kitra Heavv and Extra Larue Blankets 82.50 pair
Ail-Wool Fine Grade Gray Blankets 83.00 pair
Oregon Mottled hxtra Larite Blankets. Kegular
6.5 . Va ne 14.00 pair
Also Fine Crude Blankets at 85, $0.51! to 810 pr
MOST STYLISH FURS
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
M3 Third Street.,
The Gkrhanu Market..
' Is the cheapest place in the city
to buy t t t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS .
m Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
" " Facl J. Scholz, Prop. t t t
Our Hosier are nil Httrimins
ee our Hue of Babies' l mchetted Silk and Wool
Cans and Jackets. Th.v are Beauties and Chkap
Also see as on Tarn o Mmnters and oroeneieo
Shawls. These are Drummer's Samples and at
At 9o, 7oc, 81 and up to 812.50 per pair.
Nli'e Line of Small Cheokn. soleudid Koods for
school wear, sek I rku loc yarn
A Big Assortment of All wool Novelties in
correct stmctiss and mixture, Winer mires
nsk 35 and 40 cents p yard for them.
We have the newest and most doslralile line
in the ciiy, ami Die sniHlluess of the piioe will
surprise yoi', Jusl see them.
45-lnch Sa king, all wool . 40c yard
Heavy Perhv Ribbed Slnrls, only "ceauli
Heavv kibbed Kluecucl Siilils and Drawers,
big ban-uln 60c each
75 per cent Wool Shirt and llrawers.ste litem "
3e wh or $1.25 ma
KxtraUeavy Wool shirts and Drnwefa. See
litem. o.ic eaon or 9 i.a sum
5S-inch Sai king, all siwdca. fine goods 60c yard pine All wool Twits, Coiide Shirts and
75c j aid
Navy Blue, Gray and Brown. All Wool 9-oun(
FlumteU. Ililiera ask 45o for theill. Our
price 35c yd
Good Heavy White Shaker Flannel 5o yd
Better Grade 7!,cand 8)4c yd
Jersey Bibbed Vests 2nc eachl
Jersey Bibbed Vests and Pants, Fleeced 2oc each
Jersey Bibbed Vests and runts, cpsciai value
at 35c, 40c, 50c each
42in.h Pouipudour Suitings, In Black aud
nl,tra. Huiiilimmn designs. Helling all
over town at 50e yard. Our Price 35e yard
Just received an elegant line of Pattern huits.
No two alike, nne fashiouabie gKHl. rang'
ing in price from 83.U0 to 15 a suit
Don t lull to gee us on uress uouus: cau ouve
you at least 50 per cent on .hem.
Beauties, at 25c, 85c, 40o. 50c, 65c and "5c per yard
A beautiful line of fancy weaves In
Wh hfiva nlr,irlv innHo e bit of R. inilnntN nf
both Co'ton and Wool tiomis. We will close
them out til half unr already low pricey
LADIES' CAl'ES and JACKETS
Perhaps you have been vaitii, g for the Into
SALhs on these good". if so, n.iw i ymirl
chnnoc. We were noted vt the low price e
askeil tor these goods, bill now you will bt
astonished at the (Inures we quote YuU.
Our $6.50 Rid 87 50 lines ol Cloth Capes,
Imutlsomcly trimmed aud ol excellent
material, wrre cheuji at old price, now
84 50 unit t .
Our $9 nnd 810 lines go at 86.50 and 87.50.
We were proud ul the values at the old
price, Just see them at the new
Our IMush Capas go at the following figures: '
On r $11.50 Cape now $4.50!
25o yard our 8H 50 Cape now
iOur 810 Cape now $7.60
our Sit) Capo now $.in
HrHwer.t. seams all bound. French
Fuil-h 75o each
Fine Sanitary All Wool Shirts ai!d Drawers,
lull lluisn. !Oo each or xt.o suit
Uoj'hI Kibbedall wool Bblrts and Drawers.
Same as some alore ask the loval price
of $1.50 for. Our Price 81.00 each
Extra, Heavy All Wool Fleeced Shirts and
Drawers', Regular Klondlkorsjl 50 each.
We also In; ve a Hue of
Silk and Woul Underwear
Dial we si ll ar less than manufacturers cost.
MEN'S OVER SHIRTS
20 1. 25c, 8 c, 40c, 50o and 0o. You can't buy them
elsev here for 40 per cent mora.
Our Dollar Grade of Overshirt,
Aie money Savers. See them.
Heavy Wlvited, 40e pair.
MEN'S WORK PANTS
flood at 8100 and 8125.
Our line of Jackets were appreciated attheoldl rwiV'T lTSIW Till? tll'I'ftltTTTX
rice, what will the new prices due for them 1" 1 UL- ul 1 uul
einambnr thev are NEW tiOODS and correct tTV Til MTV A .1A11KRT
Also Big LlneJ)rummer'8 Samples
of Capet atul Jackets at
Kemember they are NHW tiOODS and correot.
styles. Beautifully trimmed and Hue nnisneu. 1
Our $6 Jacket now $3.50
Our $7.50 Jacket now 84.00
Our $w.50 Jacket now ... 5.50
Our 810 Jacket now .. 8H.IHI
Our $12 50Jnoket now 87.601
Our815 Jaoket now ... 810u0
Come in and see for yourselves.
Courteous treatment whether you buy or not.
No trouble to show goods.
Remember the Number
Remember the number
167 First Street; Bet ween Morrison & Yamhill, PORTLAND
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THE BEE-HIVE'S ENTIRE STOCK MUST
GO IN 30 DAYS.
Biktmday Pahtv. Tliere were no oil I
maiils at the gathering at the M. E.
church Friday evening styled a "birth
day party." Eacli guest was expected
to bring a quantity of coppers correspond-;
ing to the donor's agu on their last i
birthday. This gave them the nrivilege
of listening to an excellent program,
musical and literary, and a reserved seat
at the chicken supper. The church was
crowded, and the prog am was as fob !
lows! Instrumental solo, Miss Oral
Sptinglur; recitation, Miss ISoneita
Ralston; recitation. Footsie Olson J
recitation, (ieneviove fjapen ; solo, 0. A.
Miller; recitation, Mrs. O. H.Ohlson;
Vical duet, Mrs. O. F.Olson and Mrs.
H. Oberg; duet, Arden and Mare'ta
Hickman ; Solo, Miss May Case; recita
tion; Miss Mabel llollenbeck; quartette,
Miss May Case, Miss Aas, Mrs. 13. B.
Doolittle and Mrs. 0. F. Olson.
WE SHALL INAUGURATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER
A GIGANTIC &. BONAFIDE
Of our Entire Stock. The ENTIRE STOCK must positively be
closed by January icth. What rrmains after that date will be
removed from Oregon City, Cost will be no guide in this
GREAT SALE -
As the stock must be tinned into money in 30 clays. The people
of Oregon City will never have another opportunity to buy NEW,
FRESH and DESIRABLE (jOODS so much below actual value.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS'
WORTH OF HOLIDAY GOODS-
Had been ordered before we decided on this move and they are
included , in the Slaughter. Avail yourself of this, the Golden
Opportunity, to make One Dollar do the work of Two.
Oregon City -
Motukk Goosb Pkhsideo. Mother
Goose and nil hertime-honore 1 melodies
were presented at the Congregational
church by the Junior Endeavor society
last Friday evening in a way that brought
out the applause of the lare erowd of
auditors present. The entertainment
was under the immediate d. rectum and
management of Mr. W. K, White, the
junior superintendent. The numerous
actors in the spectacular display of
Mother (ioose character, appeared in
costume and sustait'C I their parts with
good grace. Prizes were awarded to
members of the audience, who identified
the greatest number of characters re
presented. The big shoe, filled with
cliildien ; the march and doll drill by 10
little girls, u solo by the little 3 year old
eon of Mr. and .Mrs. J. Hoake.and a duet
by Misses Ivy and Katie Marks, were
interesting features of the entertainment.
POPUMBT CENTRAL CoMMlTTEg MuKTO.
Pursuant to call a meeting of the J
Clackamas county people party com-,
mittee wits held at Justice SchuebePs'
ollice last Saturday afternoon. Steven
Hutchinson, of Highland precinct, pre-1
sided most of the time, but the meeting ;
was called to order by Chairman J 'Hen. 1
A resolu ion was passed asking the
county court to give the ni)iiliHts a rep
resentation of one judge and one clerk on
each of the precinct election boards to be '
appointed in January. The matter of ;
the use of Coos county "differential" !
place of making nominations at ptim-i
aries was referred to the clubs for do-
1 cisiou. A committee was also appointed
j to draft form of constitution for people's
' party clubs. Sensational charges were
I made by J. D. Stevens, formerly a popu
I list, agaipst John C. Young, chairman
I of the state central committee. Mr.
Stevens declined to produce his proof at
It is time, but announced that he would
do so at the next meeting. The corn,
mittee will hold another meeting on the
first Saturday in January.
Social ami Kntkktainmknt. The
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A.,
gave the members of the association and
their la ly friends a pleasant reception
and social Wednes lay evening. About
eighty tiuests were present, and after the
excellent m tinical program, social games,
etc., were in order, ami refreshments
were served. The musical prog'tim w is
as follows: Ladies Quartette, Miss May
Case, Miss Aas, Mrs. H. M. Doolittle
and Mrs. 0. F. Olson ; solo, J. W. Lodcr,
guitar solo, Miss May Case; vocal solo,
Mrs. J. V, tiruy; vocal solo. Claude
Adams; vocal solo, Frank Confer with
guitar aceotnpmim jilt by Miss May
Case; vocal solo, Mrs. W. 15. Wiggins.
A lloi'VAHO CoruTsiui' On last Fri
day Charles H inch.of Sew F.ra precinct, I
was arrested on the charge of the seduc-1
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linn 111 .fiinn jujaiu .i'.i. 1..., v..
Molalla. and Justice Scbueliel sei the
date for hearing of the same on Tuesday,
December 7th. Uauch was In" years old,
and Miss Uoadarmel only l"i, and it was
alleged that the offense had been com
mitted during hoppicking time. When
the time arrived for a hearing of the
case, the defendant presented a marriage
license to the justice, who disposed of
one case on the dcket by a marriage
ceremony. The parents of both of the
young )K!(ple bad given their written
consent, as they were under age. an I
they ob'ained a license to wed, which j
effectually barred tiny further criminal ;
(iUANOK FlHK iNStlltAN'CK ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of grangers and others of
the lower Columbia district of the Fire
Association meet at' the county court
room Monday afternoon. Slate lecturer,
J. Casto, presided, and Frank Jaggar
acted as secretary. About 4 ) chares of
the anxociation were represente I, and
Dr. J. Casto was re elected a director for
this district. The affairs of the ansocia.
tion were found to be in a prosperous
and satisfactory condition. The mem
Itcrship and field of operation of the as
sociation isconlined to Western Oregon,
and the fire risks include only farm
houses, bitrns school buildings and
Come and be convince I of the extra
low prices on holiday goods at the
Royal male th food pun,
wholesome and deliciout.
imvAi sakiwi wiwof n ro,, Nfw vomt.
17 i 9
Following ii the result of the vote for
city ollkers 011 Monday !
E. Ci.Caulleld m
i. W. Powell 142
II. K. Straight, 2.')2
Jo in Itittner 1-4
Itudolph Koernor V? i 4
1). Latouretto 1HI
II. O. Stevens US
(ieorge Itrotighton . . .
Fred A. Met .ner
Arthur W. Milln
S. ti. Walker
Lust year K. (i. Oatilleld's plurality
was 3011, with a total vote of !"); this
year it was I7'i, with a vo'e of lii!i.
The fight was le' wet n the I'.ryan or
silver forces and the republicans and
gold demoerats, although a largo num
ber of Ilryan men voted for Mr.i 'aulicld
0 1 personal ground a id o:i his pas . good
administration of the i ity al'fai s, rightly
claiming that he deserved a second term.
If the Press had kept still he would have
received a much larger vote. The report
that Dr. Powell was in ftvor of bawdy
h u et and gambling Is without foiinda-
ti Ily was no more in favor of them
than the successful candida'e for mayor,
w'.iich is prove'! by tint fa-.t that his
last rtco was male on a moral wave
Hand crochet skirts, beautif.il colors,
for ffl.05, at the Packet store.
Kheumati.sm is due to lactic acid In
the blood. Hood's SarsaparilU neiitra
lilies the acid and completely cures the
aches Mini pnins of iheiiiiia inn. Ie sure
to t?et Moo I'm.
Mood' Pills Hre citsv to tike, easy to
opi-nite. Cure Indigestion, biliousness.