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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST T 1902.
L. SHAN AH AN 144-146 Third Street
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L. SHANAHAN, 144-146 Third Street
; NEWS OF THE WEEK. i
Saturday, August 16.
Morgan is after the plant in Cleveland
of the American Shipbuilding Company,
valued at $15,000,000.
The Printers' Union has sent $2030 to
the anthracite Btriking miners.
The strike,of the Pennsylvania miners
is as firm as the everlasting hills, pays
the Mineworkers' Journal. The miners'
organization cares for 895,000 people.
The automobile of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Fair, of California, ran into a tree near
Paris, France, and both were killed.
The harvester tust having lormed a
$120,000,000 merger has discharged 10,
A buttle took place in European
Turkey between Macedonian revolution
ists and Turkish troops.
President Castro, of Venezuela, cites
i he Monroe doctrine to Emperor Wil
helm. An enormous crowd welcomed the
three Boer generals on their arrival at
Hard coal will soon be $14 a ton in
Henry B. Miller, American consul in
''hiua, reports coolies are coming to ute
merican flouf in great quantity.
The Czar has placed for sale in New
York about $1,200,000 worth of Ruesian
In an address delivered at Mount
Xakel'ark, Md , Mr. Gompers, presi
dent of A. F. L., predicted victory for
the striking coal miners.
Sunday, August 17.
As one result of the great British na
val parade off Spithead, William Laird
Cowles, the naval authority, calls at
tention to the fact that the bulk of the
British fleet is good for nothing.
Hordes of discharged South African
-oldiers are clamoring for work in the
ities of England, while the farmers are
0 great need of field laborers.
The stock of the Chicago, Rock Inland
1 Pacific Railroad haB been inflated
rom $75,000,000 to $ 02,(100,000.
The bankrupt great Elgin, 111 .cream-
ry left 10,000 creditors, 8000 of t'ltm
A number of the high-salaried pul
itH in Greater New York are emptv.
There are not enough first-class preach
rs to go round.
The wheat crop of the Willamette val
ey is estimated to be 15 to 25 per cent
'ess than last year.
Ritualism and the Roman Catholic
hurch is growing in this country and
General Pierson and a friend have ar
ivedin California from South Africa,
ith the object of finding a pood locality
racolony. If they succeed, hundreds
f Boer families will emigrate to the
The Southern Pacific Company will is
-ie $100,000,000 of 4-per-cent converti
le bonds for t lie purpose of making iin
rovements. There is already issued
gainst its 8G55 miles of road a total of
150,000,817 in stock and funded debt,
r $03,651 per mile. The additional
. indred millions of water may create a
Monday, August 18.
The Boer generals, Dewet, Delarey
nid Botha visit the king of England.
The shah of Peieia arrives in Erg
Dewet is writing a book on the South
' frican war. Th Boer generals have
l use for Chamberlain.
Portlanders have revived the project
f electric railroad to Mount Hood.
Professor Baron A. S. von Walters
'unsen, of Berlin, predicts a political
' lion of the Central European states to
laintain their economic integrity.
C. A. Conant, who was in the Philip
ines last pununer, advocates goveni
nent loans in the island to help the
J.J. Hill has been buying iron mines
'l the Great Northern and will build
g steel mills at Great Falls, Mont.
Ilia Holiness , the pope, finds that his
lalth is improved and admitted a num-
of people to hia presence.
The Farquar Agricultural W orks at
ork, Pa., have received an order from
mth Africa for 18,000 eight-horse
When SlcknesH Comes
the head of the family the bread
inner, the omnipresent thought is
rlave I safely provided far the wife
id little ones?"
Nine times out of ten, "No" is the
iswer. It is then too late, however, to
anything. The essential thing to do
' to prepare now for what may occur at
y time. An in estimation of the Mi 8
chusetts Mutual'a new policies and
mds, will, without a doubt, bring to
ur notice a contract that will exactly
-tit your case.
If interested, send a postal, giving
nr name, address, occupaton and date
birth, whon an illustration will he
it you, Bhowing kxactiy what the
mpany will do for u No guess
irk about it. as the div il iIh are paid
miiAM.Y and not witl.l eld fur twenty
rs or so, and then nut paid unless
e contract Is in force at tuvt timk.
II. (). Coiton,
Manager Pacific Const lept ,
Chamber of Commerce,
Xew Sirinkliiiff Utiles.
Po accommodate the merchants with
re convenient hours for sprinkling
?ets and sidewalks so hs to lay the
st, the Board of Water Commissioners
,ra nmmiilml llu rules t.o Hermit the
i of water between the hours of Beven
nlnn it m iind twn to four. n. lit.
Uiwn and garden sprinkling, or irri
' ion, can be done only fining the
ira as ureviously published, six to
, :ht, a, in., and six to eight, p. m.
For Over Sixty year
' Winslow's Soothing Syru has
n ueod for over sixty years by million!
uiotliers for their children while
thing, with perfect em-cess. It
.thes the child, softens the gums,
ays all pain, cures w ind colic, mid is
e best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is
want to the taste, Fold by Druggist
every part of the World. TwetUy
a cents a bottle. Its value is incaU-u-le.
lieKure niul ask for Mrs. Wins
v'sSoothing Syrup, and take no other
AT the time this is being written for the paper there is the biggest
crowd we've had this year buying odd lines of Undermuslins and
Summer Wash Goods at half, and it looks as though there will
be but few pieces left for next week's shoppers, since women need no
coaxing to buy Undermuslins worth $1.50 for 79c, and fine Wash Goods
worth to 15c for 5c a yard.
WASH GOODS GO '
These tables will create more fa
vorable comment than whole
pages of newspaper talk. Dim
ities, Lawns, etc, a whole table
ful In all sorts of good colors and
designs, worth from 8c to 10c; to
sell quickly, we've marked C
the whole lot, yard Ju
But the best pieces go first
And another table filled with all
lines of good washable goods, Dim
ities, Lawns, Ginghams, Percales,
Madrasses, etc., worth to 17c a
yard. Come early and get 71 n
your choice, yard I2u
Also 200 pieces of the finest Silk
Ginghams and Zephyrs, marked
for quick selling; while they 1 Qa
last only, yard I uu
Price efforts this week In kid and
fabrlo Gloves that will tend to In
duce you to lay In your entire sea
Women's fine kid gloves, full pique,
well made and 8-clasp; best CQ
$1.00 grade, for Dull
Silk Mitts, all the latest shades;
regular 2Bc ones 1 5C
Bilk Taffeta Gloves, any color, 85o
any place; going at the Sum- 4 QA
mer sale for I Ou
A NEWSY JUMBLE
For want of space, the descriptions
are meager. But, as we have said
before, you can't always Judge the
bargains by the size of the type and
description; so make the best of It.
80o and BSo for full-size Feather Bed
1Q a yard, good Unbleached Muslin.
7V a yard, good Lonsdale Muslin.
?Uo each, full-size Pillow Cases.
60q large size Sheets.
lDo Ladies' Percale Waists.
29o Ladles' Percale Dressing Sacques.
lOo Boys' Cottonade Pants.
5o Boys' extra heavy riveted Over
alls. IBc Boys' Percale Waists.
17o Ladles' and Children's 25o Sun
Bonnets. lOo Children's Sun-Bonnets and lawn
or dotted Swiss Caps, worth
lOo each. Ladles' Belts on the bar
gain counter; any worth 26c.
10O a full size spool Knitting Silk.
You May Not Believe It
Half price for goods (at a needed time seems too good to be true. Who can wonder If
you DON'T, since there's so much in the newspapers nowadays that's exaggerated?
Yet the store's news is as carefully collected and written as though it were a bjll of
sale. But this store's policy is to make a general clean-up twice a year, so this is
ALL THE SUMMER THINGS MUST GO
Things must be balanced, stocks readjusted, odd lots cleared out. It's a sort of semi
annual housecleaning and we're paying you handsomely for taking away lots of goods.
Just in time to lay in a supply for your Summer vacation.
THE SALE LASTS AS LONG AS THE
SUMMER GOODS DO
Attractions in Suit Room
40o lnitend of $1
Many styles to
choose from; same aa
cut and others, made
of best percale and
daintily trimmed; go
ing this week at
All are on a table up
stairs; values to 1.00,
going for 49c each.
Petticoat and Duck
Ladles' $1.50 and $2.00 Duck
Skirts of tan and blue duck,
late styles and nicely tail
ored; your choice of the lot
while they last
Ladles' $2 and $2.50
Skirts of best Saxon Silk and
Mercerized Sateen, In black
and black and white stripes,
well made, full size and deep
accordeon plaited flounce;
only about 100 of them left,
bo If you want one, don't de
lay; while they last 1 Cfl
you get one for I lUU
Great Sale Ladles'
Mighty seldom will you pick
up money In the street Just
as rarely can you match the
wealth of value laid down be
fore you In this wonderful Una
Taffeta Silk Waists
Come In all wanted colors,
nicely tucked and well made,
the regular selling price Is
$3.00; sale price
while they last..
Best taffeta silk ones, well
made, tucklngs, hemstltch
lngs, etc.; the greatest snap
of the season;
A Rousing 39c Sale of Waists and Wrappers
SEE THE WINDOWS
600 Fine White or Colored Percale Waists, well
made and nicely trimmed, with embroidery In
sertion, especially desirable for your Summer va
cation; none worth less than $1.00 up to OQp
$2.00; yours while they last 03u
And about 150 of good Calico Wrappers, the best
75c ones ever sold over a counter; good, full
width, well made and braid-trimmed; you can't
buy the material for as little; come early
and get one for only
Women's Hosiery and Knit Underwear Values
Fourth of July da over, so we will have some warm
weather now, and here's a chance for a big saving at a
Ladles' ribbed cotton Union
Suits, knee length, half
sleeve; regular S5o line;
Summer sale 4C
Ladles' Union Suits, llsle
flnlsh, long sleeves, high
neck, Knee lengtnj nn.
" 1 reeular BOo line for. ZoL
Ladles' fine cotton ribbed
VeBts, Jong sleeves; 4 Q
regular 25o line, for. I uv
Ladles' fancy lisle Hose.
Black, Blue, Brown, Pur
ple, with stripes and all
fancy designs; reg- nn.
ular 60o line Lii
Ladles' lace stripe Hose, in
black and all colors; reg
ular 25o and 85o 4 Qn
line; sale price I uli
Ladies' lisle thread lace
tripe Hose, In Black,
Red and Blue, with all
fancy designs; regular
85 o and 40o values; nr.
sale pries cdu
We have everything that's new In
this to go at very special prices.
200 pieces of white, cream and ecru
appliques, and galloon laces, regu
lar 12V&C to 25c values; go for
6c, 7fc 10c, 12c, 15c
500 yards of all-over laces, In white,
cream and ecru; good values at
46c and 65c; go for
25c and 40c yd
And about 100 bolts of beautiful
fancy stripe Ribbons, 4 Inches
wide, worth 20o a yard; while the
lot lasts, per yard,
10c Instead of 20c
These are only a few of many such
values at this wonderful trade-winning
In all wanted colors and designs. A
maker Bends us his season's clean
up. You never paid less than a
dollar for Its equal; while they
last, 49c a yard.
BLACK TAFFETA SILK
A 27-lnch rich, heavy, all-silk Taf
feta, to go while It lasts at
$1 Instead of $1.25
4 Dp Summer Corsets of good Bra
lOu zlllan net; Just the thing for
Summer outing or bathing.
QQ ft A great assortment of all
LOU kinds and qualities; values to
$1.00; choice of short or long waist.
AT ABOUT HALF
We have placed 250 pieces of fine
muslin Underwear on a table,
Gowns, Skirts, Drawers and Cor-,
set Covers; samples and broken
lines; not one In the lot worth less
than $1.50 each; to clear them out
quickly, take your choice IQn
for, apiece. I 3u
And all other regular lines going
at a great saving.
TOWELS and TOWELING
Fashion changes, and makers
oftentimes sell seasonable merchan
dise at half price, but who cares for
fashion In Towels T So this chance
to buy twenty-five per cent less will
A jumble of prices follows:
Toilet twill crash 4c
Linen crash, 16 In. wide 8 l-3o
Half-bleached linen crash 70
Linen Damask, fringed, large
Linen, large size, drawn, fancy
Large size Turkish 8 1-So
Honey-comb, medium size 6c
Linen huck, fringed. 18c
WE DON'T FORGET THE
Values that should Induce the or
dinary business man to take an hour
off to 6hare in the savings. Such
1 values are only occasionally seen
Summer sale, you know:
Men's 75c Negligee Percale Shirts,
2 collars to match, choice of A On
white or colored for Hub
Men's Fancy Silk Front Shirts, En.
best 75c values for UUu
Men's Best 50c Working Shirts In
all colors, light or dark, Qfj
Men's Best 25c Balbrlggan 4T
Underwear going for I I u
Men's Best 50c and 75c Silk QQft
Ties, all kinds, only...' Ouu
Men's 50c Percale Shirts, soft or
stiff bosom, cuffs to match, CJ Q
Men's Large Size Jap Silk 4 OU
Handkerchiefs In white for I Llv
Men's Best White Lawn Ties, nc
best 15c ones; 6 for fcvJu
ITS TOO GOOD TO KEEP
That's why we are telling you to
look for our Friday bargain day.
Women who are experienced In
breaking down corsets; we have
one you can't break; your money
back if we are wrong; newest and
latest form. If you try ft once,
you'll use no other, and most
wonderful of all Is the 10.(1
SILK MOREEN SALEf
A great lot to choose from; Just the
.thing for that new petticoat; tie
regular selling price 1b 7& any
place; while they last, QQ
per yard a)uu
You Hear So Much
Promptly Filled at
Sale Prices -
The largest stun i''tr puiii f'r a pie
Horiptii ii. chat tt il hi 1m in Sum It -in-IMS'
co, Aug. :!0, l'.lOl 'I he traveler in
volvtil in coin ami sh ck $1 1L.)00.00 mul
was piiiil by a pHrly l I nsinesfl men fr
a Rjwitu' for biigl.t'c Pit-ease ami 1 ia
betee, hitherto ii'Ciirabie tli-einec
Tin y eoniineneeii the M'lics ii.v-tt-tratum
of the ppeoiiic ov. U 11HH1.
They interviewed fc res of the cun it
ami "tried it out on its merits by putlint;
over three dozen cafes en ti e treatment
and watching tin in. Tliev also got pby-Cr5TS-iSi2-i.-iaiii.
U'iiit-R to mm eclm n'c incurable c-ie',
Hint aitiinnistiTMl it with the physicians
for jinL'cs l t- Aug. '-'5, eighty-! ven
per cei. t n'llic icsi eases were either
weil or pregrcspi'ii! 'monthly.
Thcie i ciun but thirteen pr cent of
failures, t he pitvie w ere satislied ami
cli'se-i tin- inn. sac'ion. The procetHliiU'S
el t le i v sr .' ti v i miitiiittee ami the
I'l. i at ei..it- . tl,e It st cases were
t'liblislieil ami will le mailed (tee on ap
pli.'Htm. ..h(nf- John J. Ktllton
. Ciinipniiv. lOit Mnii'uoieery St., San
I Y ram isco, Cal Chnrm:in A C'o. are Oil
sole agents in Oregon City.
Ladies' hats at
Ftyh s and at prices
the Ked Front in w,,frfT,
to suit one and all. r.-ja4-iaifafc'''.i td ..
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This great VpUiM
tion o( a famous jVrpnch utiysK-iun. will quickly cure ymi of all ner
vous or dist-asfs of gt tu rativ e oriruirg, aucb as Lost Manhood,
Insomnia, Vnw.s hi the Jl.u-k. fceiniMil j:tnisioii-, jNt'rvous 1'phflitv,
1'uiipU'S, Vutliru Mun v, l'.xiia'.isiljiij jimina, Vark-ooole ftiia
Const ijilion. 1 1 storail lo-'-o by day or fight. Prevents quioK
Ih"i of d.sci :T,r'-i, wliicli if ik, i oNvkp'i UmiIs to Spornrntorrhrfrt and
all liie horrors of ?'iipn:tuK'y 4 MM ni:SF, cleausts lUn liver, the
ki'lnt'vsnmi tho urinary orrans of all laipuriuea.
nTPIIFXK Mtronffthensamt reiors ?mall weak 01 .
O'ne reason FnrTrreri ftre vot cnrvl hv i'o. rnrs is lh'c:tu.e rinety por rent are tronHoa wih
Protattti. rtri lKXK is thr'OMiv know-i rcnu -y f i ciire Aiihoa; aa ofe ration. &tottH(!moiiW
a's. K written enarjimee pivenaff ! nio'U-y returned if six Ikaos does not cUecl a )eriiiiUiLUtcar
iLOO a box, six for bv mail, bend for -heb circular and icstimuuiaU,
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