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OREGON CITY, OREGON,, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1897.
1 s&fPRS' .
A Soft and Warm Bed
is a rare treat to our care-worn
body. A good bed miiy help us
over a bud cold quick and bo
extend our tile. You owe it to
yourself and family to pay a
little attention to this important
fact. Our heavy blankets for $2
a piece would make a suitable
Christmas present. A Irtrsie rn!,
2)(x5 feet, in front of the bed, is
a good match. You will do well
to inspect our mammoth stock
com plete in all lines we can y.
The smile on the photograph
is the (natural smile of the
individual. The smile on
seeing the photograph is the
smile of one who is pleaded ft,
.. L. i. it. Vt
ar. uie wuijk oi uic shim.
Your friends will enjoy look
ing at and possessing one of
our photographs if your face
is represented thereon.
Main St., near Court House, Oregon City
New Store New Prices
We Are After
Merino Vests und Pants. UOtvHat'gain at ....50c each
Vuion Suit, sueli as yull pay 81 ami $1.25 for
20t48 Good Blearlieil llnslin for Jl 00 elfewheri'. Ourprlne 7"o null
Yard wide lllvarhed Muslin, Lonsdale "!ioyd, Fine AII-W.HUiniiraSuits.riMlvaluef2now 11.60 suit
Lonsdale Cambric 10c yd. Silk Vents, mw r prli-e .l.5l), now ?2.00 each
(Jood Fast Color Calico Skcydl lit Misw-' and riiildreu'u Underwear we have
Better Grade Calico 4Vc yd everything and at prices that will miWe you our
Best Grade Oalioo no yd customers.
Best Grade Apron Check Gingham 6c ydi
The above Lines are not a lot of cheap stuff, but HOSIERY
reirnKr Trade Winnhis.
Outing Flannels, Good Selected Goods , 5c yd Ladles' ldp Cotfn Hose now ftc pa'r
Better Grades 6V,c, 8c. Jnc yd The 15c and kind now loo pairi
('anton Flannel Bleaohed or L'nhlcached. 5c yd Ladies' Wool l'.ibbed Hose, the2"n" value, now 15c pr
Heavv Grades OViC 7!ic. 8Hn. 10c yd Ladies' Fine Cotton Hose, usually sold at 8S
Crash Towling, Twilled.... 4c yd and 40c, now 2'c pale
All 1 tnn T.....II..n HI'AV!! .l.n h.,vu ull tliA fina vrditca til A.lll.lllv lim'
Belter Grades .'. 7r, 8c. 10e, l'4ao yd prices.
Bleached Table Linen, the best you have ever children's Winter lT"se from 5c to 86c a pair.
MOST STYLISH FURS
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
143 Third Street...
AT 10 A
AT 3 and 7 P. M.
- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24
AT OREGON CITY IN P. O. BLOCK
The Balance of the Bancrupt Stock of - "
CLOTHING for Men.Bots.and Children
Also a fine line of Gents' Furnishing Goods
ot every description.
BOOTS and SHOES for Men, Ladies and Children
To be sold out at auction to make room for regular stock. Remember
the day and place. Store open daily from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m
COME AND SEE US FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS
seen for the money 2-Fc yd
Heavy and Better grades at ;15c. 50c and Hoc yd
72 inch Fine Linen Diiiuask, sueh ae you Bee
elsewhere for 81 and 81.25. Here... 75c yd
Red Table Damask 15a, 20c. 26o. 85 d
Big Line of Towls at pikes that are sure to sell
them. See Them.
Cheviot Shining, heavy winter goods 8' jo, lOeyd
tn-4 fi.-ay or White Bl..nkets. the Dollar value 60c pr
Very L'irge and Heavy lirny Ulanneis, eome
Mures net $d..iu lor 111111. uur in ice w-.i.i pmr
Extra Heavy and Extra Larme Blankets tK.nli pntrj
A -Wool Fine tinine uray BlimKets M.uu pair
Oregon Mottled Kxtra Lai-Re Blauketa. Regular
5.MI. value u.iv pair
Also Fine tirade BlankKts at S3, ?0.50 to 810 pr
Nnvy Blue, Gray and Brown. All Wool 9-onnee
Kliume s. Oilmra aaK 400 lor mem. our
urirc 35c yd
Oniid Heavv White 8 inker Flannel !0 vl
BetterUrade i'acanu o,c yu
LA DIES' UNDER WEAR
Jersey Rlhbod Vests 20c each
Jersey ltlhbed Vests and Pants, Fleeced 'itm each
Jersey Ribbed Vest and Pants. Special value
at one, IOC, iiuy eucu
Our Hosierv are all Itrtrnaths
See our line of Babies' l rochetled Silk and Wool
fans and Jackets. Thev are Beauties AMD ('HEAP
Also see ns on Tarn ''shunters and Crocheted
Shawls. These are Drummer's Samples and nt
Great values 6'c, 75c, HSc nn.l SI .00
In them Iher j Money havers.
IN li LACK DRESS GOODS
Wh have the newest and most desirable line
In the eitv, and tile smallnes. of Hie plica will
surprise you, Just see, them.
J5.lneh Sji lili:.' all w ool . , 40c Vnnl
.r inch Sackiiiit, ull sbiilfS. fine coods oue yard! fine All wool Twits. Comb- Shirts and
itiO ineh 8 icking, usually sol 1 al 31 ... H 2o Urawers, seams all boiiud. Krcneh
ourrricti ... ... . ijojuiu unisti . ... 7ooeaen
t. w.-mrir i Fine Saoluiry All Wool SHltt j and Drawers,
JlhMNAMS (uiwiiiisn. uo each or f 1.75 suit
We have ulrea.'v made a lot of R'mnantsof Hoy.il Kinoed an wool mnris huh Drawers.
both I o'ton and Wool i-oods. We will elose
them out ut half our nlioa iy loiprli.ee.
MEN S FURNISHING GOODS
Men's Good Heavy U' derhlrts nni', Trii'v.
ers 25e each
Heavy Perby Rlhhed S!w, ivily 4u0 euell
Henvv kibbed Kleeund Siiltts and Drawers,
bin bargain 6lto each
75 pereent Wind shirt and Drawers, su! them
65.1 ea'dl or $1.25 sift '
Hxtraileavy Wool ohiits and D' awera. See
them. one encn or suit
At 09c, 75c, 81 and up to 812.50 per pair.
NIceLineTif Small Checks, splendid goods for
LADIES' CAl'VS and JACKETS
Perhaps yon have been wnltieu for the )b
SALKS on these good- If i, now is yoni
chuiier. We wore noted f"r the Lw ih-i.-m we
nskeil lor these goods, bill now you will be
astonished al the linures we quote von.
Our 86.51 and 87 50 lines ol Cloth Capes,
handsomely trimmed aud ol excellent
material, were ehenp at old price, now
84 5u aim 85.
Our til and 810 lines go at 8(1.50 and 87.50.
it ........ .. -...! ..f II. u u,.!..B ul tl,u ,,bl
sohoiil wear. SEE 'I'HKM liW Vardi r . ... ..
A Big Assortment of All Wool Novelties 111 ; price, just aee mem at me new
(.i.ri-M.t mIihi a nmi mixtures. I liner stores I in r f nis i i anes ffo ul me lonowiitK nuuiesi
ask ft) and 40 oents psi yaril for them. (our ".50 Cnne now MM
Oub PmoE 25o sard Our 8 Cape now 8V0
42 huh I'ouipndour Suitings, In Black and Our 810 Cane now 7.t)0!
Colors. Haudsotne designs, selling an . our l uape now
over town at 50r yard. Our Prloe .re yard; n.. ,, nt t.,i,.,iQ ,wr nnnrnnlnled nt the old
Just received an elegant line of Pattern Suits. niii e. what will tlin new prices due for them
No two alike, line fashionable goons, rang- 'Kemetnbcr thev are NKVV OUUDS and eorreot
ing In price from .......3.!i0 to 81- a suit . , Beautifully trimmed and line tinislied.
Hiuiie as some stores ak the tovat price
nf 8l.'0for. Our pHcb 81.1X1 each
Extra. He ivy All Wool Fleeced Shirts aud
Drawers, Kegnlur Muiiilikers 81 00 eaeli.
We also have a li .e of
Silk and Wool Uiulerwear
That we sell ar less tbiin manufacturers cost,
MEN'S OVER SHIRTS
20 !. 25o, 8 e, 40c, 50c and hoc. You an t buy them
elsev here fur 4U percent more.
Our Dollar Grade of Overshirts
Aie money Savers. See them
Heavy Blvlted,40e pair.
MEN'S WO UK P ANTS
tiood at 81 Oil and 81.23.
Don't lutl to see us on Dress Gojds; call save
you at least 60 per oent on .hem.
Beauties, at 25c, 85r, 40o. 50e, 65c and 75o per yard.
A beautiful line of fancy weaves lu
Our 8S Jacket now
Our 7.50 Jacket now ..
Our 811.50 Jacket now ..
lur 810 Jacket now
liir I4 50 Jaoket now
OurSla Jacket now
DON'T MISS THE OI'PORTUN.
ITY TO BUY A J A UK EI
Alxo Big Line Drummer' Samples
of Cape ami Jacket at
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., Between Morrison & Yamhill, PORTLAND
. The Geimama Market -
Is the cheapest place iu the city
r 13 buy t - t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS :
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
Paul J. Scholz, Prop. t t t t
At the BeeiHive is still in
A verv plenMHiit r-nrorisH was (riven
Miss Nellie Uonnhne, December 7. nt
her home by her mny friemli. The
evening whh cpeut in (fame, miirtic himI
oilier Hinu8eiiienl until eleven o'clock
when they retireil to Hie ilionintf room,
wliere the tables were unrea l wilh H
ItiiidH of (ieheliiua ealitblex. Af er p.ir
takinifnf lheH heariilv thev relireJ to
the yitrloro ami playeil rtin lill "lie
luck. They then namr H few H.iniic
a n.l ilep:rleil, wmhinif Ma Doiia'tne
manv liHPpy reliirns of Hie day, JUhh
Nellip hh Ihu reuipiei t nf heveiul
Thoi-e present were : 1M. vJ lo laline,
Mr nnil Mrs. P Dunn. Minen Uerllia
Hioh. Mmtlia I.iinl. KmiW Smith, Ada
Rich, Kllttn Mvers, Sophia Peteramt.
Hilhia Jarl. Matfuw Bell, Annie IVdei
noli. Annie XeUnn, Georuie Donahue
anil Nellie Donahue. Messia Spencer
Nash. Alfred Uich, Robert Joikhm.
OlaikP Ricb. Ned Nelson, Arlhur Kit h,
Max Kiinel, Henry Mver, Isee elon1
i hert )r . John iNel-on, lierunarii
Kliiiel, John P.ppei'son, FrHnk Ta nn is,
Walter St. John, Thoma Dunn, Lewis
Ha"izluni. Joel Jarl, Jo D inahue. John
Dunn. I). C. Ailard iiid himuelt
December 8. X.
TVKTYTHINvTr (SOES Prices cut in halves
No such opportunity to purchase NEW, FRKSII and
DESIRABLE GOODS at prices so far below their value
was ever known in Oregon City Come belore it is too
late The stock is now complete in ail departments, and
when the BEE-HIVE is no more you will have to pay
very much higher prices Look at our new prices on
CAU FIELD BLOCK
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
Fre-1 Painter hasi?otietoMcMinnville,
where he lias secured the position 01
superintendent of the water worus
Mr. Meade of this place will soon
leave for Klondike.
Mrs. W. W. Watenpanh, formerly of
this place, hut now of Salem, was visit
inn friends Here lasi ween.
The entertainment wiveii by the
Canemah literary society on relay
eveninn was it craml nuccess. Hie pro
gram consisted of dialogues.. recitations
and music, both v11"1 Bl,(l instrumental.
The hull was filled 10 its utmost capacity
and the aud ence decian-' umv
er 1 j i all t" former ones
gflm had eclipsed , nwlllM fl)r
Friday. Decemher 17tl jk,.,,,,!,! . Timt
enssinn on the sntiject. , , Water
it. is More Plen'snt to lr , .'
Than hv Ud;"with S n,, ,,
us leader on t he aflirmatl T,(j 0aI)umai,
reastpmn 111- nnmif. Iw.iir the al. e
people should not fail to 1 " a , L
aVVment. that will tnJL n
vnrthv leaders and their ame
Christmas is coming and every one of
us likes to eet A little present whether
of value to us or not. but if we are the
giver it lays 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 yojir eift is for
gotton. Hot Vfyoti buy a rockinif chair
of Bellomy k Piiscli it is a present for
all time ; y ft little extra care P mav I
serviceable for their children's'chil ben
Santa Claus or some one else has
decorated Charman & Oo. drug stoie
with evergreens that gives it a Christmas
TURKEYS WANTED. Highest
market price pai 1 for turkeys and geese.
Inquire at Coiiriek ollice.
Yellow Kid pin cushions and other
white metal fancy goods, nice for pre
sents, at the Hacket store.
Holilay goods from lc upward at the
The University Oregon Glee Club will
appear at Shively's hall 011 Thursday,
Grand street parade by the Hed Men
Christmas day between the hours, 12
and 1 o'clock. Something entirely new.
It would take too much space to quote
prices on the large stock of ladies', em
broidered handkerchiefs at the Racket
Your dollars will buy more i-kkskntb
this year at Charman & Co. drug store,
as they are price makers and price cutters.
Come and see the tiolM ay goods. We
will save you money 011 every purchase
at the Racket store.
In ordering your Christmas pastry re
member that 1 be old established bakery
of tiibson & Lindsey is prepared to in Hour making machinery
furnish von with cakes. Dtiddinua. tiles. I
etc., cheaper than )ou can make them
In buying serviceable Christmas pre
sents you should not forget that AlcAlleu
& McDonnell of Portland have the he.H
line of dry goods, cloaks, etc., in the
ci',y. They are square dealers and yon
make no mistake in doing business with
When buying your Christmas meats
leineniher that the old etitahliahed shop
of C. Albright keeps nothing but the
best. If there is any venison or bear to
be had lie will have it for you.
Iteineinlier the Red Men give the
most successful masque ball of the sea
Come and las convinced of tiie extra
low prices on holiday yoods at the
If you want Christmas goods .below
Portland prices the Racket Store ia the
place to find them. Opposite E. E.
Charman's drug store.
Rev. Dr. Duvall, the noted and suc
cess ful natural healer, iu now located
for a few weeks. The doctor has had
50 years experience and thousands of
recommendations from those treated,
Y'ou will be wonderfully surprised
when you see the extreme low prices on
Christmrs goods and other articles for
presents. Racket Store.
Ueforo furnishing your house call at
Young's second-hand store and he will
fit you out for less than onu-quarter of
what new goods would cost.
Wantkd. $300 or $350 for two or
three years, good security. Address
"Security," this odlce.
Dan Willians has added to his stock of
groceries and provisions a full line of
feed and hay. Goods delivered to all
parts of the city free. Corner Seventh
and Center streets
All the leading citi.ens of Oregon City
are now 11-ing home made "Patent"
Hour, claiming that it makes much
better bread than the flour that is ship
ped in fro 11 mills, which is very reason
able, in the manufactures of "Patent"
flour have all the latest improveineuis
Cut prices on holiday goods at such
prijes never known in Oregon before, at
the Racket store.
All are invited to come and see our
holiday goods. If you don't want to
buy we will take pleasure in showing
our goods. The Racket store, opposite
E.E. thai man's drugstore.
Royal make the food pura,
wbuloiuma and dollcloua.
KOYAL AKIW! SWWII Prt.. NfW VfK.
The most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the groce y
store of Marr & Muir.
With a little cost one's ro itns can be
made as good and blight as new. Call
at llolinan's and see styles and pattern
til up-to-date 18.17 goods. Seventh
street, near bridge.
When in Portland drop in and see our
immense line of Christinas Chinas
Everything new. Haines', 2H8 Morrison
For best groceries at eheajiest price go
to Marr A Muir.
Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen
at Cot'itiKH oflice.
Fine new line of umbrellas and caries
at liurmeisters A, Andresens's Jewelry
I n pert those adjustable window
screens at JMIotny & Hindi's. They
ate certainly the right thing.
Customers can leave orders (orlsittled
beer, porter, steam beer or keg beer at
Knapp'a Piamark suloon. John U. Wil
l.elm, pioprietor KelUood brewery.
Dr. W. WniIomm is now associated
with Dr. .1. YV. Welch, dentist, in vt i
lamette bh ck.
Yesl Our prices are right and that's
why we are having such a rush on Xmaa
goods and perfumes, t. barman & Co.,
Grand clearance sale begins today of
the lattest and newest things in mil
lenery and trimmed and untrimmed
hats at Miss Goldsmith's.
We are not here for our health. We
are here to serve the people in proper
s.yle at the Rackit Store.
Prescription carefully compounded
(1. A. Harding' drut' store.
For the best shave or hair cut to
lie had go to P.G. Shark's shop. Shaving
Haul cru.diet skirt", be tutiful colors,
for 11.(15, at the R.tcket store.
L. I.. Pickens, dentist, dees all kinds
of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
crowns and hridue work a specialty.
Olliee in Rarclay building, corner Main
and Seventh streets,
"Patent" flivir, manufactured by the
Portland Flouring Mills Co. of Oregon
City, is giving excellent satisfaction and
can now Ihj hud at any of the grocery
in the city. The sales ate constantly
Grand HiecUcul.tr masque b ill by til
Red Men Christmas night, the 25th,
If you want a nice steak, roast or boil
call at Albrig. t's shop and get some of
his cold-storage meat hich is ncknow
edged by all to be S'iD.trior t the meats
commonly sol. I at butchers' shops. He
also keeps 011 hand a full stis'k of lard,
hams, bacon, etc. made by himself ard '
warranted purest and w holesome. Re
iiic'IiiIht the old estabMshed shop on