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OREGON CITY, OREGON, 'SUNDAY, JANUAKY 8, 1911, .
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DECLINES TO IXf Rail .
BANK WRECKER IS ROUSED P.O
Waallhy friends of Portland j-Man
Sssa to Aid Him Rose Case ...
on Final Hearing at
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HAI.KM, Jan. 7--Arllng-f.eroor
llowermnn tonight refused I ier
clse executive rlemenrv hs tha nnan Of
J. Thorburti Kim, and th pestle1,
ttary Mwma nearer to him I ton at any
tlma before. TbU iwenie to be ftoaa'
laat rhancr. and It haa failed blK
Wallace MrCamanl. K' attraajr.
prartlcallx c-iicrdr (bat ho la o
hfiH of aorurlni a hoarlBd IT ta
t'0)ll Hlataa Huprrmo CotiH "at4
fKara that thn writ of trur oltt.b
dlamlaaml. . .
Tha Uat Ml raw at which !.' a4
hln altornry may 1HJo to
(kivrrnnr Vt and a panloi frOw
hi in when ha takra hla oftt. .. 4plr
anrra ludlrata that oaa la flhov' io
nrx a irm In lh atala brhviki -W
In handing down hla. dacUlooj Act-J
Ing lvf rnr lkwrrmaaroclte4 th
fart that ltaa' raan tH ! KMlln
lH-for. tho I' H Huprotn Cutt tod
addd that It waa not a piatwr for
hla lntrfvN'" until aurh lltl
theconrt handed il-rarn a doclwo.
Many V.-alibr frtenda ot t Mr,
Roaa were preaent at tho boartac Md
did all In their power- to. aldi htm.
Mayor Hlm.m. of portlAd u tmoeg
thuee who had much to aay Ja xl
uatkn of Iho error of Mr. Roaa, .' V
m HEIRS IIAKEf
FIFTY YEARS THEY Witt MM
CEIVE SN7JO0 ON OHT.-.-.
I-ORTIJND. Jaa. f Tho -Illoloy
belra, II vine la CUefcaouut County. a
thd eledrle llno,-H.o mad a, J no
deaJ with their Portland art party.
Tbo M on tho ajortkwoot wm-r of
Keventh and Moartaotl' otrweta haa boo
leaaed to tbo Morrlowi Trwat Co fcir
a term of 60 year a. . ondtai Tate
railing for the payrwt o IKZvo
net tor ground rant uttm during the
term. Tbo holra and roaeiit owaera
aro John r- Rlaley, Ctiarlod WMUaley
and Mra. Alloa li, Btarkweather.
Tho monthly rale of rental for tho
flrat 10 yeara la IUJ4; for the neit 10
yee.ro It la 1J1: fx tho third 10
year, UZ5: for the fourth 10 year,
1S76. and fur tho Uat decade It la
I looo. Mra. Do MeADea and R. A.
liundburg aro Iho pHadpal atock.
holdera of tho MorrUon Trtiat Com
pany, and they wUl proceed with tbo
erect lou of a IMtary building aa aoon
aa tho leaaea of nroeeat tonanta ox
plre. Tho tenanu bold until Sept era
her 30, 151t. ; ' e
Tho ownero rofoaed n boon ftdo of
fer of ISOO.OoS for thia property re
cently, declaring they did BOX with to
aeil at anr prh-o. To tround rental
waa figured on OiU taluaBon. Tbo
lot la Id by 100 foot' . .y
EIGHT FOR COMOL
IS NOT YET SETTLED
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SELLING FAVORITC-F0R SENATE
PRESIDENT UT ' S PEAK EH-
SHIP IN! JDOUiT.-t J
PORTLAND. Jan.;7,-fti tho fight
for tho organisation of thp leflatarur
Boa Boiling seems to have It oa How
ormaa for tha presidency at tba auto
aonato. It la aald W. N, 1arrtt. Von
- dor Helen and NottlngTittn h Sana
over to gelling, and the' HoVeramn
V V! - ' -'..,i r-i
S S, ; Sale
I v-.A ra riatimlal la, Ml.aai .
Wo aro determined- to olean kp
our ontlr atook'j before neVt V
ssason, and art offering soma t
. t i '
or w. L oouaiaa rw
and S3. 50 vsluss
i at VfV ,
13.00 hsts at 1130.
tion on all sulta and -.
Don't fall to take 1
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Not Like Ott 'aa
tth and Main V.
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boonlo talk or awllrhlna. to Malarkoy
tla I'ortiaua man.
jTha apnakvrahlp la atlll a puxilo,
with olahl uioinbara of tha I'urtlatul
diilciKatlun IIk4 up Uaht to Jrrry Ruak.
of Wallowa County. Two Multnomah
mm, (!liiifiia arid Cola, ar plodRd
u'AIIm Knion, of Uu. W. Mir
TtiompoMn la tho third, atronicaat man.
Mid tho Katon aupportrra contend that
Hualr haa rnarhod thu limit of. hla
air ruth. K"nn and Thorn paon aro
both aaaainhly xn-n, and Ihvy may
play Into tha handa of fiarh otbar,
rathrr than a tha plum o to Ruak.
It la Inalatml by tho Tbonipaon m"n
dhat tha couloat at tha end will bn tin
t)li him and Kuak. If Hnlllnx la
a act ad praaldvlit of I ho annate th
otxiakcrahlp will nrttbly o to tail
or n Orexuii, In which event Hnak haa
die brat rhance, and cloae ohaewra
aay the laat battle will be tietwefn
Ruak and Kuton.
HOOK & LADDER BOYS
- WILL DO THEIR SHARE
FIRE LADDIE ELECT OFFICERS
AND FOLLOW BUSINESS
t'olumlila nik and Ijiddi-r Co. baa
oaynlfli'il It m a HlliiKiii-iiN to take cure
of Hi) uliiirr of I h fund that la being
rflitnl lo rriTt a monument to the
Qltinieer flrmx-n In (irmun City and
I Friday nlicht'a ni'tlng Charlea
fhirtia. Jr., and l liomaa Cleaaon were
namd aa a rotnnilitfe to confer wlih
the other ronipanlea telallv to the
plnti. which la meeting with much en
ttualaam by all of lh firemen. The
f(Mk and ladder Co elect d the fol
lowing nfflcera Krlday nlKht: K. V.
Humphrya, prealdent; Joeepb lleau
Uau, fnreman; W. K llurna, flrat a
Olatant; J W. Carden, wn-ond all
Ont; Del Hart, aerretary; Cbarlea V.
Pope, treasurer. The liualueaa niccl-
ttig waa followed by a generoua feed
Entartalnlng ao-cbea were made and
Several vlaltora were prea-nt. The
ompany la aupMtrtlng Joeeph Iteau
llau for aaalalant chief of the deart
men! at the election, which cornea
next March. II. Ilemilngaen haa been
Indoraed for fire commleeloner. The
initial ball of Columbia Hook and
TaadeTTO wHt-tar-held Wedneatlayrl
February Z2. at. Iluach'a ball.
MORE MONEY WANTED
EOR BOYS AND GIRLS
AID SOCIETY HAS DEFICIT AND
Rrbuebel, a member of the com
mittee of Clackamaa County, of the
Hoys and Girls' Aid Society, will ap
pear before the board of governors of
tho Commercial Club tomorrow night
to place before that body Information
aa to the needs of tho society, which
roaches out a helping hand Into every
section of Oregon. The legislature
In 109 appropriated 400d annually
for the support of the society and tho
I deficit last year waa IJ.703. 4H. An ef
fort will be made to Induce tho leg
tela tu re thla year to'increaao tho ap
propriation to 16.000, ao there may
not be a deficit, which has to bo made
up of voluntary contributions, alio
Ing some taxpayers to
to escape andw
-her upon otJP"
making the burden high
era. The Commercial
Its bosrd of governors, will be asked
to tnemortsltze the legislature repeat
ing an Increase In the next appropria
tion. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY GIFT.
Receives Two Hsndsome Gifts From
J. J. Hill and R. A. Booth.
8ALKM, Jan. 7. Jameo J. Hill, the
railroad magnate,' haa agreed to giro
Willamette University, located here,
$50,000, provided an additional $250,
ooo la raised. R. A. ltooth, a wealthy
Eugene hunborman, agreea to give
tho university $100,000 If othera will
give $400,000. Pledgee have "already
been made to meet these contlngen
clee And tho friends of tho university
are certain that the required amount
can bo raised.
. THEY WANT GOOD ROADS.
Many Warm Enthualssts Meet In Port
land Last Night.
PORTLAND. Jan. 7. Road enthua
laata had a gathering with the Com
mercial Club laat night and appointed
a committee to aaalat the Oregon
Good Roads Aaaoclatlon In building
tho proposed state highway from tho
Columbia river to the California State
line. - Propoeed good roads laws won
endorsed and aa effort will bo made
to'havt them passed thla winter.
KLO0STRA IN A RUNAWAY.
Cart Gate (n Washington Street Mud
Hole and Driver la Dragged.
WlJUam Kloostra, who i driving tha
meat cart for Brown St Kioostra. met
within accident on Twelfth and Wash-
inr-i-ri streets Saturday - about it
o'olocg. The cart beearna caught In
a mud hole and In trying ta extricate
tho vehicle from the mud the ahaft
became broken, caust-j ta taoree to
run away. The jr?."-- t an held to
the rertia anl t i ( j t-out B
feet r He waa t. .1 wlt mud
from head to font, t J fj u;:rtnjt
from many bruises.
.. Of" "?C!y r-i
cresaieg cTviU7.... t
rln; wind bocor."
orly. . -
Oregon and Wa":lr;-lon T: '.r
" coldor cast, rsjn .west portion
w,,n nearly atatlonary tempera
INCRCASe IN PROPERTY OF THE
COUNTY OVIR LAST YEAR
IS 2,152,10. .
NFW TH. IVY MAY RP S M II IX
ii.li i .tvi mi vk, iw iiwj
Public ' Service Corporstlons Aro
. Boosted to t3,163,s17 Lsvy For
Oregon City to Run Over
The aeMd valuation of Clnrka- '
maa County propt-rty la $"t.2.'!y,2Hi. '
These flmirea were niade public yes- I
terday by County Aaacaaor J. K Jack,
who alMlt-a the Inco-ane over tint '
yiar's valuation la 2.1 52.1 r,0.
The public service cirMralloiin arc
naMHd at n.lG3.(!17. which la an
lurrenite of alxiut $1.mki,(i(i.i over lust t
year. The alate tax commlmilon de-:
ti-rmliK-H the amtCKsed valnnllon of the,
eorMtratlona, and the figures were re-.
r'lved from Kalem yesterday, and
the county official are now at work
to ascertain the actual valuations In !
the school snd road districts, which
will aoon be announced.
The county court will next week i
make the annual tax levy. Unit year
the levy waa 14 mills, but It la very
likely an Increase will le made of at
Imm one mill In the county levy this j
year, for It la apparent the county i
court haa determined to make a sub-
maiitln) reduction jn the Indebtedneaa
of Clackamaa County1 and It la aald
the dclit will be hammered at the rate
of '-'.1 per cent each year, which would
wipe It out of nlKht within four yeara.
The total levy oetlmating the levy for
state, county, achool. road and library
at, J5 uillla. will be 32V mills on Ore
gon City proterty. ss there Is a spec
Isl srhMl tai In tbia city of nine mills,
alty ls of eight milla and a speial
library tsx of one-half mill.
Clsrksmss Couuty'a share of the
atate tax (his year 1s f1G.709.S.. as
agalne IIH.m.lfl last year. That
1 pi m Inn trf -the eouwty-Uvy-W raise tho.
tat a tax will be 1.6 mill.
IN RECEIVER'S HANDS
DIRECTORS CONCLUDE TO CLOSE
UP BUSINESS OF LOCAL
,The sffalrs of the Oregon City
Commission Co. were placed .In the
handa of a receiver Saturday, after a
meeting of the hoard of directors of
the corporstlon. The concern la un
derstood to have lost considerable
money since It waa atarted iy a body
of local txxiple about two years ago,
and after making an Investigation of
the book a and account a, the directors
decided to close up Its business af
fairs, disposing of the merchandise
on hnd. D. C. Robbing, who haa boon
connected wlth the company for a
short time, was appointed receiver.
Tho Oregon City Commission Co-
waa atarted with the belief that 11
would be profitable, aa similar com
panlea are operated In entailer towna
Clackamaa County and are success
ful. T. F. Rourke, who waa formerly
In bualness at Pendleton, waa elected
manager. " Tbo opposition of some of
the local grtcery stores, however,
made It difficult for the commission
company to control the farm products
thst come Into Oregon City, and In
order to protect the creditor the
company concluded to place a receiver
GLADSTONE IS HAPPY
ELECTRIC CARS WILL HALT AT
CLACKAMAS BRIDGE AND
The passenger cara of the Portland
Railway Light A power Co., running
between Oregon City and Portland,
will make two atopa at Gladstone
hereafter, one at the preaent depot,
In front of the poatofftce, and the oth
er at the new depot, which waa re
cently erected near Clackamaa bridge.
Thla information, la contained In t
letter from Franklin T. Griffith, coun
ael for the company, to Attorney
George C Brownell, who represented
the people of Oladstona 1a their ault
before the atate railroad commission
agalnat the company In an -effort to
have all passenger cara make Clacka
maa bridge a additional atop. It waa
the original Intention of the company'
officials to discontinue tha present
top, but tha people of Gladstone in
sisted upoa both atopa being mad.
The new arrangement will tart Sun
day morning, aald Mr. Brownell, ,
FrolfhfCar Jump Traok.
A freight car of the Portland Rail
way Light A Power Co., loaded wtth
loga tar the Hawley pulp 4 Paper Co.,
Tamped the track Saturday morning
on Main street la front of the filter
plant, and ran about 15 feet, tearing
uo the track and roadway. The rati-
. company sent up a wrecking
crew to repair tha damage. ,
FUNIHAL OF MILLARD HYATT.
Hold In to Presbyterian
Church CiturtUy. v
The funeral of the late Millard Hy
att. who dlod at hie home In Portland,
Thuraday morning, was held from I
tho rirat ProahytortO Church at Oro-
icm City Haturday afternoon at
Mountain View cemetery:
Mr. Hyatt was born In Wlanonaln
and was 41 yeara of age. Ha came to
Oregon In 18l and waa urlnHnal of
mo wmamette acnooia until five years
ago,, whoa ho wont lo Portland to en
ter tb employ of the Portland Kali
way Light It Power Co. He waa mar
rted 1 years agi In Oregon City W
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nsiuinn. w no aurviTea
him. He leare two children, Wald
ron, aged 13 yeara, and I.'na, aged
three years. Hla mother, lives at
Willamette and hla nniv h,th
! - "yatt, t. a resident of Colden-
DIES AT AGE OF 94 YEARS.
Mrs. Christina Tolkadorf' Paeass at
Home of Her Daughter.
Mrs. Chrlatlna Tolkadorf. widow of
Joaeph Tolkadorf, dld (Saturday morn
ing at the homo of bi-f daughter, Mrs.
William Kuppenbendt?r, at Clalrmont
ftho waa 94 years of ae Innt July, and
waa n native of OTmariy. coming to
America In 1874 and reatdrng In No
branka until aeveo years ago, when
he came to Clackamas County. Her
husband died laal July. Iiealdea her
daughter, aho lea ft one aon In Ne
braska. The funeral Will take place
Monday . morning at o'clock from
St, John's Catholic Church and the In
terment will bo In the Catholic ceme
tery. STUDENT TALKS
! SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED BY PROF
T002E FOR THE REMAINDER
OF THE SCHOOL YEAR,
PROMINENT MEN WE SPEAK HERE
Topics Will Bo Timely and Pertinent
Publie Will Bo Welcomed to
Weekly Gatherings of
City Superintendent of Schools F.
J. Tooxo has arranged a schedule for
the speskers that will talk to the
students of the Oroayon Cltr high
school during the remainder of the
school year. Many prominent men
will talk at tho assembly, which is
held each week, tMd severs I of these
speakers will give additional address
es In the gradea. The topics will be
of genuine Interest to students and
cltlxena, and will cover a wide range.
educstional, industrial, aivic and com
mere l a l. All the apeakera are rep
resentative men who have honored
their vocationa and are engaged In
active service to the community and
state. , These assemblies are open to
the public. The atudenta heard Post
master T. P. Randall give an Instruct
Ive talk laat month. The schedule
for the remainder of the year follows
January M, Dr. A. L, Beatte, member
Oregon City board of education; Jan
uary 11, u K. Ahlerman, state sup
erintendent of public Instruction; Jan
usry 18, C. E3- 8 pence, master of the
state grange: February 10, George C
Brownell, mayor of Oregon City; Feb
ruary IS, J. & Hedgea, attorney anj
member of the Oregon City board of
education; February 21, T. J. Gary,
superintendent of Clackamaa County
schools; March 1. W. A. Finley. lec
turer national association Audobon
societies; March S, Walter A. DImick,
state senator from Clackamaa County;.
March 15. P. L Campbell, president
of the University of Oregon; March
S3. H- M. Crooks, president of Albany
College; March 29. W. J- Kerr, presi
dent of the State Agricultural College;
April 5, W. L Ferrln, president of
Pacific University; April 12. Mart
shall J. Laxelle, secretary publicity
department of Oregon City uommer
clal Club; April IT, W. S. U'Ren, sec
retary of the People's Power League
of Oregon; April 21, Oswald West,
governor of Oregon ; April 26, Leonard
M. Riley, president ot McMlnnvllle
College; May 10, Fletcher Homan.
president of Willamette University;
May IT, O. D. Kby, attorney and mem
ber of the Oregon City board of edu
cation; May 24. Grant B. DImick. at
torney and former county Judge of
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iTwUl live yott trouble If you um
" On Dy For AH Good .
,. .'. " Sixteen Color -k "'-'."
. v. Tea Cent Per Package ,
We Fill Afl Drtrv Wanti
A full Line ot
frcacr;;';jn and Family, Rocel::
t'."cX VTith Pur Drug.
Quality and Price Right
c:zAnr.iAn 6, o.
. City Drug Iter.
' Ntxt Door o Electrlo Hotel. .
Pacific Phone 13
Home Phone 43
COUNTY PRISON IN
JUDGE BEATIE SAYS IMPROVE
' MENTS ARE NEEDED IN AND
ABOUT COURTHOUSE. -
PAVILION WANTED EOR HOME EXHIBIT
Publicity Department of Commercial
Club Will Probably Obtain Per
mission to Construct Noat
Practical assurance was given Fri
day by tho County Court to the pub
licity committee of the Oregon Cltr
Commercial Club that permission
would be given for the erection of a
email building on tho southeast cor
ner of the courthouse square- The
construction will be without expense
to the county, and the cost will be de
frayed bv publicity funda. The esti
mated cost of the building Is $500. It
Is proposed to have' a small building.
of pleasing architecture, about 20x30
feet, with 20 feet fronting on Main
street, running back 30 feet on the
Eighth street side of tho square.
Nearly the entire building will be of
glass, with only sufficient lumber to
support the panes on four sides, and
the structure will costaln exhibits of
fruits, grains snd grasses from every
section of Clsckamas county, and the
office of the publicity secretary will
be located there.
Since the organization of the pub
licity department -more tbar a year
ago, the office of the secretary haa
been on the fourth floor of the Ma
sonic building, adjoining tbe rooms of
the Commercial Club. Hundreds of
strangers come to the city every
month and tbey never see the exhib
its of the county products and much
of the effort put forward) by the pub
licity departmient la lost. For some
weeks the commlrwtra been look
Ing about for a suitable site upon
which to place a. building for exhibit
purposes. The first Idea advancedJ
was to construct a bnlldlnr on the
Southern Pacific depot grounJa," als is I
done In other Oregon towns, but the
peculiar sltustlon of Oregon City made
It apparent that people coming Into
the city by electric car or steamer
might not go to the depot It waa
then suggested that the publicity
building be located on the courthouse
square and the matter waa presented
to the county court thla afternoon by
Chairman H. E. Cross, B. T. McBalo.
O. D. Eby and Frank Busch, of the
committee., with the result that the
court agreed to co-operate aa far as
possible, alwaya with the protection
of the court houao In view.
County Judge Beat! told the com
mittee the court expected to go im
mediately to work to consult an archi
tect in relation to the alteration of
the courthouse, which la too amall for
the county business, nearly all of the
offices, noticeably those of the clerk
and sheriff, being entirely Inadequate.
No one knows this better, than Judg
Beetle, who haa Just completed two
terma as sheriff and tax collector; and
who haa realised for a long while that
the sheriffs office, during tbe tax
collection periods, waa not more than
half large enough.
Juat what form the extension of the
courthouse will take Is not known.
It I possible that excavation will per
mit the Installation of offices In what
la now tbe basement bf tbe building,
and another Idea is to 'lower the roof
of the circuit courtroom and. add
another story to the building. ..Thla
will be determined bv the county
court, after consultation with the
The publicity committee haa prom
ised to move off Its little building
whenever the court say the word, as
the ground may some day be needed
for courthouse or Jail purposes.
MRS. BLACK ENJOINS
OPEiJING OF OLD ROAD
DECLARES CLACKAMAS COUNTY
HAS NO RIGHT OVER HER
LAND AT HARMONY.
Upon a ault to permanently enjoin
Clackamaa County from opening a
road, the ease of Mrs. J. K. M. Rlaclr
agalnat the county court Vnd tho road
supervisor went over Id the Circuit
Court Saturday until Monday morning.
when lUrlll probably be concluded.
ThI case la rather an unusual one,
and upoq tha decision may hinge alml
lsr case. -
Juat below Harmony on the MI1-
waukla and Foster road and between
that road and the Mllwaukl and Bak
er's Ferry road, there ta a strip of land
about S00 feet wide over whfrh peo
ple .formerly traveled. The land be
long to Mra. Black and the brought
suit when the county court and Super
visor threatened to open thla tray over
her land after aha had fenced It, ail
enjoined ihe county from d 'mrz
or removing fa nee or op j tl
all. ;d road.
There Is no contention on the part
of the cotr'' court that thm a'toged
Y waa i -art of a regularly lall
. . road, t . I contention ta that 11
tJ a Toal cr. A by a user or p.
r-'x tie iffjae t?-eMre tt
was a rather general use of a rfU
over a part of thia atrip prior to 1830,
sine which time there haa been a
waning use of it, bnt for a few years
prior to two yeara ago It was fenced
up and very little use was mi'a of It.
Practically no work haa ever been
Jone on it ', 1 . - . J
Mrs. Black contends that It waa
-r-For your patronage
and loyalty in the year
- that is gone we offer
For the Vear that is to
come we hope to con
tinoe to merit your
Everything in Jewelry
. Bnrmehter & Andresen ;
Oregon City Jewelers
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We Buy, Sell or Trade and D(
Large. and Small Tracts. If youVant
to sell list with ns, if you wantTto buy
call and see us.
6i2 MAIN STREET
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never laid out or ever opened aa a
road, and waa never created by user
or prescription. Judge Campbell and
others Interested In the case went
down Saturday to look over the
trrnund. Attorn T V UawlaaMa r.n.
resents Mrs- Black, and the Interests
of the county are being cared for by
Deputy District Attorney Stipp.ii
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LATE TELEGRAPHIC NOTES.
The typhoid fever scare at Eugene
is said to be passed and that the
health officer haa the epidemic well
Are yotf taking advantage of oar January Clearance
Sale prlcei? ? . ..... V .
Once a year, for the purpose of reducing err farce
stock for Invoicing, we place on sale hnndreda of
eyery-day 'wants. Its yoor opporttmlty to make one
doUar do the work of two. Cot Glass. China. I . W
Bags, Sott Cases, Robber Goods, docks, SrtirWe
Brashes, Soaps, all go In this sale from t-2 U 1-5 eff
regular price. . ' .-.',-
75 Rubber Gloves. ........ ,48c
75c 2-quart Fountain Syrlng 48o
tM I-qt, Fountain Syrlng 79c
$1.33 S-qt. Fountain Syringe 89c
W-25 Hot Water Bottl. .. .1.7
2So Violet Talcnm Powder'
. 2 for 2So
11.00 American "vVatchea..,.69e
1.00 American Clocks. ;..'.-. 7c,
11.50 American Clocka. ...1.13
170 Electrlo Hot Water Bag
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10o Toilet Paper..,,. 1.4 for Ca
Teeth Crcsi:s r " 'J C7 CO rnw,1 '
: J K IWostor" " f .
A special t' . , on , tooth LJloCJ Blu -1.,
brushes, T" .l O brash "
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OREGON CITY, ORE. I
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In hand. ; ,-'".'' ::J'J.,
Cottage Grov citizens are working
hard toward the proposition to form
a new county. Nesmith. defeated at
the late selection.- Douglas county
cltlsena promise a fight at tha right
time. ; ;-.,. ? -Y .
C. N. McArthur, secretary to Got.
Benson, resigned "from the' seven
boarda of which ha was secretary
preparatory to tha Induction Into of
fice of Gov. Weat, A general cleatt
Ing up of bualnesa waa going ont
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