Oregon City courier. (Oregon City, Or.) 1902-1919, December 25, 1903, Page 7, Image 7

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    UKEGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER
25i 903.
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WE ARE SOLE AGENTS HERE FOB
Iff!
The most famous Cod Liver Oil prep
aration known to medicine.
Contains ALL the medicinal element
of cod liver oil, actually taken from
fresh cod's livers, but not a drop of oil.
Delicious to the taste and recognized
throughout the world as the greatest
STRENGTH
CREATOR
for old people, weak, sickly women
and children, nursing mothers and af
ter a severe sickness.
Cures Hacking Coughs, Chronio
Colds, Bronchitis and all Throat and
i Lung Troubles. Unequaled to create
an appetite and to make those who are
too thin, fat, rosy and healthy.
Y Try It on our guarantee to return
I your money if you are not satisfied.
KO VP4BS'
! EXPPRIENCF
x rade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anvone sondlnff a nketcta and descrlntlnn idm
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably patentable. Com muni ca
UonsHtrictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
Bent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken tnrough Munn & Co. receive
ipecuu notice, witnout coarge, mine
Scientific flmericaiu
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnrtrest cir
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a
year ; four months, L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,B'al"y- New York
- 'Woe F auWaehiiiMtOii. H a
FRESH MEATs
The Citij Meat Market
at Canby, Oregon,
Pays the highest price for all
kinds of cattle. The best of
fresh meats are handled at
most reasonable prices. I have
been in bulsness In Canby a
number of years, and have
tried to treat everybody right.
I solicit your patronage for the
future and intend to deserve it.
S. J. Schmitt, Canby, Oregon
f A Positive Statement
f Huntley Bros., Druggists, are! f
agents for Oregon C'y for
Kellett's Oil of Eden I
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Sweet Sprits of Eden j
S Remedies that will positively cure
any case of Rheumatism, no matter
t how severe or how long standing, 1
S In case anyone is nut cured, the . J
California Co-Operative Medical '
t Company, of Oakland, will refund f
( the purchase price. $
S Call at Huntley Bros, for free booklet. S
caaaosoooeoeooaoQaf
BUY THE
SEWING MACHINE
Do not be deceived by those who ad
vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
$20.00. This kind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers from $15.00 to $18.00,
WE MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machines. The
Double Feed combined with other
strong points makes the New Home
the best Sewing Machine to buy.
i showing the dlf
i ferent styles of
QCWIll illiVUUIUUI
We manufacture and prices before purchasing
TEE HEW HOKE SEWING MACHINE GO.
ORANOC, MS.
(8 Union Sq. N. Xn Chicago, 111., Atlanta, Ga,
BL Lools.Ho, Dallas,Tex.,San Francisco, Cal
FOR 8ALC BY
C. S. CRANE, Agent,
350 Morrison St., PORTUND, ORE
New Plumbing
and Tin Shop
A. MIHLSTIN
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
a Specialty
Opposite Caufleld Block OEEGON CT i
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BURMEISTER ANDRESEN.
Magnificent Display at Their Jewelry
Store.
Oregon City has rtason to be prond of
many of its splendid stores
and the remarkable display they
have made and are making daring
this Christmas holiday. Burmeister &
Andresen, who occupy the corner store
rocm in the Garde Block next to the
suspension (bridge, have made a display
that has been noteworthy in every line.
In jewelry, in cut g'ass, in diamonds, in
cold watcoes for both ladies and gen
tlemen, In musical instruments and in
the magnificent stock in all lines they
carry they have exhibited to the public
a"lioe of toxlstba' can not be surpassed
for variety and excellence in any metro
politan city on this coast. For twenty
years they have devo'ed their eneraies
to the building up of this most splendid
store and the people of Oregon City are
deservedly proud of the showing they
have made and that they are apprecia
tive of this magnificent store is evi
denced by the fact that all during the
holiday season their store has been
crowded by holiday purchasers and hat
their sales have been phenominally
laree.t It is such progressive people as
Burmeister & Andresen that make Ore
gon City one of the liveliest and best
cities on the coast.
A Dangerous Month.
This 1 the month of coughs, colds and acute
catarrh. Do you catch cold easily? Kind your
self hoarse wi th a tickling in your 'hroat anil an
annoying cough at night? Then you should al
ways have hanly, a bottle, of Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup. J. A. Anderson, 354 West 6th 8t.
Salt Lake City, writes: "We use Ballards's Hore
hound Syrup for coughs and colds. It gives Im
mediate relief. We know It's the best remedy
for theee troubles. I write this to induce other
people to try this pleasant and efficient remedy,"
25c, 50c and SI at Charm an & Co.
"Cure the cough and save the life." Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup oures coughs and colds.down
to the very verge of consumption.
CA8TOHTA.
Baantha ) The Kind You Have Always
ror tne letest novelties in
all kinds of laces and dress
trimmings there is no store
in Oregon City like the Fair.
They sell men's underwear
at the Fair at Rediculously
low prices considering the
values. An investigation
will prove the truth of both
the above statements.
T7 .1 1 . . .. .
The Fair Store
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
I Ue Kind You Havs Always Bought
Bears the ASTZ.
Signature of CVL
Sick headache?
Food doesn't digest well?
Appetite poor? Bowels
jstipated? Tongue coated?
i your liver ! Ayer's Pills
5 liver pills; they cure dys-
psia, biliousness.
25c. All druggists.
Want your moustache or beard ft beautiful
brown or rich black? Then use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYEMers
' .lA. 'J CitUGUM!. OR R. HALL Co. , NBHUA, H.rt,
THE M0RN1N0 TUB
cannot be enjoyed in a basin of limited
capacity nor where the water supply and
temperature is uncertain by reason oi
G'e ' eplumbioE or heating apDaratna.
To have both put a thorough working
order will not prore expensive if the
work is done by
F C.GADKE
We carry tbe only complete line
of Caskets, Coffins, Robes and
Linings in Clackamas County.
We bave the only First-Class
Eearre in tbe County, which we
will famish for less than can be
had ilsewhere.
, , Embalm ins a Specialty.
Cm prices always reasonable.
Sat'sfactioo guaranteed.
Main Sr., Opp. Huntley'. '
Price of Packed
Meats Goes Lower
Union ritat Company Announces De
cline of One-half cent in Breakfast
Bacon Regular Clears and
Clear Backs go Down
Cent Eggs Lower
Again
' Portland Market. "
Front Street, Dec. 23. The principal
items of interest in the local markets to
day were:
Provision pricts lower.
Local lard off cent.
Eggs down again .
Poultry aot moving.
PROVISIONS ARB LOWER. ,
t
The Union Meat company announces
eeverol changes in the local prices of
provisions. Breakiast bacon is quoted
about 1-2 cent lower, while regular
snort clears, clear backs.smokei and uu
smoked, are quoted 1-4 cents' a pound
lower, both kettle leaf and steam ren
dared lard of local manufacture are 1-4
cent lower today. The new price list
takes effect at once.
EGGS TUMBLE AGAIN.
,As was exclusively predicted in Tbe
Journal on Saturday the price on fresh
Oregon egga weit down today. This
morning tound the market weaker than
on Satarday and everywiiere could be
seen stocks of eggs that refused to be
sold. Although the receipts of eggs in
this market at present are not very large
still the present high price is causing
the demand to be small and as )a con
sequence the few arrivals are hard to
8f 11. Today the price went down to 32
1-2 cents a dozen fiat and still the market
remained auiet. Home of the dealers on
the Btreet expect the price to go down to
the 30 cent mark within they next few
day 8,
IS THE POULTRY MARKET,
mere wereano very tieavy arrivals in
the poultry market today but the mar
ket is still badly overloaded with the
large receipts of Friday and Saturday.
In tbe clean up ou Saturday some mixed
chickenB were sold as low as 8 1-2 cents
a pound but the average sales were made
at 9 cents. The call for straight hens is
now off, tbe dealers preferring to buy the
mixed stocks at the lower price. The
receipts of dressed poultry are beginning
!o pile up larger but there seems to be
a fairly healthy demand. Some turkeys
are arriving and are being sold all the
way from 19 to 20 cents for tbe dressed
stocks. No live birds came in today but
as yet none are wanted. The future of
tbe turkey market remains a mystery
and will probablr remain so until after
Christmas. Larger receipts will have a
disastrous effect and the present rate of
arrivals will bring about the same prices
as on Thanksgiving. -
NOTHING DOING IN POTATOES.
. There is absolutely nothing doing iq
the potato market as far as shipping
demand is concerned but in the local
market tbe demand for nearly all grades
seems to be sligthy improved. Today's
reports from Ban Francisco say that the
market there has no signs of an advance
and none are expected until after the
holidays if then. The onion market
remains the same nothing but dullness.
Price iu both lines are unchanged.
, LARGE HOP BALE REPORTED.
The first large sale of fancy bops for
several months was reported on 8atu
day up the valley. It was that of Pat
terson Bros, of Olequa to Tacoma parties
(306 bales of fancy hops at 23 1-2 cents a
pound. The Bales of the medium grades
continue quite large with prices tuling
touay lr, ni 18 to 20 cents.
BUTTER BTILL DULL,
The creamery butter market remains
dull, with every prospect of its continu
ance for some time. The Front-street
houses are still piled high with the bet
ter grades, and tbe movement is really
nominal. Store and dairy grades con
tinue to come in an oversupply and the
price is weaker.
WHEAT IS OFFERING.
More wheat is now being offered than
for several months, but the Bales report
ed are small. The prices now being
asked by tbe farmers holding are slight
ly above those rulimr, and the millers do
not seem to care to take hold. Up the
valley some of the interior millers are
paying a Bimill premium for immediate
delivery, but bevood this the market re
mains at quotations.
BUTTER, EGGS AND POULTRY.
Butter Creamery, extra fancy, 27 1-2
to 30c; ordinary, 25c, cold storxge,
25c; Eastern, 27 l-2c; renovated,
20c; ordinary, 221-2c; store IS to
16c.
Eggs Fresh Oregon, nominal 32 l-2c;
old storage 30c ; baker 20 to 22c ; East
rn 29 to 30c.
Cheese Full cream, twinl3 l-2to 14 e :
storage, 26c: bakers, 20c: Eastern, 27 to
28c.
Poultiy-Chickens. mixed 10. to llc
lb; hens 9 10c pei lb; roosters 7 to 8c
lb -.broilers 10 1-2 to 11c per lb -.fryers 12co
1 per lb; ducks old 12cper lb; younge
lie per ib; geese, 8 to Uu per lb; turkeys
15 to 17c per lb; young 14to-15clb;
dressed 15 to 19c per lb. ,
MEATS AMD PROVISIONS. 1
Fresh Meats Inspected Beef, prime,
6.!4c ; cows, 5c ; mutton, dressed, SfSSc ;
lambs, dressed, 6c,
Ereeh Meats Front street Beef
steers, 5 to 6zc ; bulls, 3c ; cows, 44)c ;
pork, block, 66'Ac; packers, ti'Ac;
mutton, dressed, 4J4 5c ; lambs, dressed
55c; veal, small, 8 8c; large, )i
7c.
"Bams, Bacon, etc. Portland pack,
(local) hams, 10 to 14 lbs, 14 3' 4c; cot
tage, 10c; picnic, 9 l-4c; breakfast ba
con, IS 1 219c ; regular short clears,
onsmoked, 10 l-4c; smoked, lll-4c;
clear backs, unsmoked, 10 l-4c; smoked,
111-4; Union butts, 10 to 18 lbs, un
smoked, 8c ; smoked, 9c.
Eastern Packed Hams Under 14 lbs;
15 l-?c; oyer 15 lbs. 15c; lancy, 15(18
l-2c; picnics, 9Mc ..shoulders, 10llc
dry-salted sides, unsmoked, llc :oreak.
iai uacon, io l-ztgiec; lancy, 20c.
Local Lard Kettle Leaf, 10s, 10c; 6s,
10 7-8c; 60-lb tins, 1I 1 4c; 60s, 10 l-2c;
steam-rendered.lOs, 9 3 4c ; 5s,9 7-8 ; W)b,
9 7-8c ; compound tierces, 7 12c; tubs,
7 3-4c '
In Reply to "Socialism."
Mr. Editor : In your last week's Cour
ier you gave space to a correspond nt
who asks "Is there any casue or need of
the Socialist party in the Uniied States."
Not wishing to antagonize, the writer,
who is a good citizen and neighbor, I
accord him the same privilege that he
must grant me. We view matters from
a different standpoint and quite natur
ally see things differently. In the first
place, it is a difficult matter to convince
a man against bis will, especially when
the will power predominates.
Ag in, if our premises are incorrect
our conclusions are lkely to be erron
eous. While I must agree with tbe gen
tleman in Borne things, yet I beg leave to
differ with him in others. All well in
formed persons who read and think.only
know too well that they are living under
a very corrupt administra ion. This
much I readily admit. Consequently
the correct thing to do is to turn the ras
cals out and put good honest men in
their place such men as composed the
rank and file of the Democratic party
when "Uncle Hill" was one of the num
ber. The fundamental principles oj Democ
racy are the same today they were in
the days of Jackson and Jefferson. Un
der these princlpledweclaim the inaliena
ble right of liie.liberty and the pursuit of
happiness ; in other words, the right to
govern ourselves.
Just here it might be well to remark
that in the intelligence of the people lies
the security of the nation, and univer
sal suffrage should be restricted only
by ignorance, crime insanity , Is this
not good sound Democratic doctrine?
Then why kick over the traces for light
and transient causes? Return to the
fold do your duty and your reward will
follow.
In conclusion, what does Socialism de
mand? Well, my dear sir, it demands a
little more than I and millions of others
are willing to grant. It demands that
we surrender our individuality all that
independent thinking people hold dear;
in other words it virtually destroys the
incentive to honorable exertion.
These lines are not wiitten for bun
combe, but that the best interests of hu
manity may be served. Fellow Demo
crats, stand by your colors. "Eternal
vigilance is the price of liberty. Hur
rah for the 8th of January.
N . F. Nelson.
Bllllous Colic Preventer.
TaHe a double dose of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
as soon as the first indication of the dis
ease appears and a threathened attack
may be warded Dff. Hundreds of people
use the remedy in this way with perfect
success. For sale by Geo. A. Harding-
, Report from the Reform School.
J. G. Gluck, superintendent, Prnnty
town, W. Va., writes: "After trying all
other advertised cough medicines we
have decided to use Foley's Honey and
Tar exclusively in the West Virginia
Reform School. I find it tbe most effec
tive and absolutely harmless." Char
man h Co.
"I had a running ltchi ng Bore on my leg. Suf
'erea tortures. Doan'8 ointment took away the
buruing and Itching Instantly, and quickly -foeted
permanent cure." f). W. Lennarl, Bowling
Green, O.
Boars th llw Kind You Han Always ajlt
Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto
And we live up to it
Our store is headquarters for
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Our stock isnew. Our goods
are fresh. Our prices are
"RIGHT." . , , . , .
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We aie not Celling below cost
but are giving our customers
grweries as cheap as they can
' be bought anywhere else in
Oregon City. Orders prompt
ly filled.' Goods 'delivered
anywhere in city limits.
We solicit your taade, 1 1 1
Horton & Jack,
7th St., Opp. Opera House.
Ph ne No. J964 ' '
All
Dizzy-Headed, Constipated fcrid full of dull aches and pains?'
Take J AX W
CURES the
rgtaras:
SVfhTT
Tcks Laxative Bromo Quinine isms.
Seven M3D?on Vw" '.sM It fvst 1 2 montbs. . Thh Signatrare,
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OVER-'
rnouoi.Ec
"I And Thedford't Black-Draught
ajtood medicine for liver diseus. ;
It cured my r on alter be bad apent
yw wnn noexon. ilia ail the med
icine I take." MRS. CAROLINE!
MARTIN, Parkersburg, W. Va.
If your liver does not act reg-'
ularly go to your drmrgist and
secure a package of Thedford's
Black-Draught and take a dose
tonight. This great family
medicine frees the constipated
boweis. stirs up the torpid liver
and causes a healthy secretion
of bile.
Thedford's Black - Draught
will cleanse the bowels of im
purities and strengthen the kid-
nevs. A torpyl liver invites
colds, biliousness, chills and
fever and all manner of sick
ness and con tagion . Weak kid
neys result in Bright's disease
which claims as many victims
as consumption. A 25-cent
package of Thedford's Black-
pra,ujflit should always be kept
in tke house.
"I used Thedford't Black
Draught for liter and kidney cora-
laints and found nothing to eicel
. blebead, 111.
THEDFORD'S
BLAflt-
SPECIAL 30
At Bradley's Second
All Goods in Hardware Line Greatly Reduced,
you money if you wa"nt anything we handle,
second hand goods kept in stock. Examine
before buying elsewhere.
rtHdnzary
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Oregon Citij Machine Sho
BUCKLEIN & KLEINSMITH. Props. '
Having First-class Machinrey
Doing First-class Work
Iteeps in Stock a Line Shafting and Pulleys, New and Second
v; ' Hand. Als6j Engine and Saw Mill Machinery
I WfMMH ffiWilT Until)
J. W, COLE,
.''All gocJds bought in bond.
Punry and quality guaranteed
Some famous Old brands
1 James E.,
Old Sam
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Old Roxbur'y Rye
Cor. Railrad Ave. and Mkfn Sts.
Em
We Want Your Trade
at Harris Grocery
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And are 6ing to' make 'if tcial . induce
ments to close buyers. ;"7,''r - ','
".,uCash , and Small;
TTT
tiJXbAW ATI
Most STUBBORN lc
B"g'j"wa -
To Lure a Cold in One Day
GANBY PACKIN G
-- COMPANY --
CANBY, OREGON.
Headquarters for Fresh Meats.
Highest prices paid for butcher
tock.
R.P.Blazier & Co., Preps
The Finest Fruit
The very finest fruits of the shoe
manufactories have been selected to
complete ourstock. The swellest styles
in all the varieties of lasts, tops, toes
and trimmings. Every pair a beauty,
with solid, substantial wear to back
them and make them sensible bargains
win De rouna at
KRAUSE BROS.
' Oregon City Shoe House
DAYS SALE
Store
We can save s
New and
our stock
W. W. BRADLEY
PEtj
Tine
V ...I , r
Whiskks,
and rtiW
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Pepper, Kentucky Bourbon
Harris' Kentucky Bourbon '
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