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tubaorlptlons for ths Morning
14 interprlee will be reeelved for
only limited lima at a special
' rat, land In your ardar today
and gal benefit of low price.
Th only dally neasjM fc A
twsen Portland an Sale,; aire
lataa in every aactlan at Ctafca ;
mat County, with d population of
30.000. Arc, you aslvartleerf
()UK(2()NT CITV, OHKOOX; WEDNESDAY, JAN UAH Y 11, 1911.
Pkr Wkhk, 10 Cknts
EATON OF LANE
1 IS STILL SORE
9MARTINQ UNDER DIFIATV HK
PLANS TO CURB THE POWIR
or Hia oUCcessruL rival.
PROPOSES LIMITING RESOLUTION
? Atka That Houaa Appoint tha Forty
i two Commllts Would Raduca
Numbar of Empoyta to '
,1 HAl.KM. Or. Jan. I. Hpl.) Hop
';,lrentatlve Katon. of Uni county, Is
YLAilll .inarllh. Im.lnr 111 iImCmhI fllT
'Walter tijr Kenresentstlve Husk and
i ii amiiutf lo set even lor tne tnrow.
r kn which h feels win handed out
f Ordinarily the Hpeskar-hss Ilia nam
) f tha 41 cuimnlttra of tba Mouse.
la aalil that Katon. In an effort to
jet even, plana to have these commit
ere rhoaeu by tha llonaa Itself., tlia
.... thole wove to lie a concerted plan to
"wl'Hrly snub Husk In spesklng of
v Lfcf subject today Kuton la report-
Cd lo have said:
'LIVl believe the Sneaker ordinarily la
ji. , ' it I..., tn m A -K.k.il.l aikiMilnl Mm Ofim.
V"1 jlttees. but I do not think thin genersl
latrnirnt spplles at tbla time. If
itoakar lluak wrro going to appoint
k an commit leea hlnmrlf, and utr hi"
V jn juiUmnit. 1 would nave noimna
ft aay. but I am fully convinced and
;';v aUlsflcd that tha eraintiel of tha
iommtlte- will 1 determined by oth
'' wa. I do.not believe 1 am mistaken
hn I ay that.lbla waa ona of the
', annaldrratlona of tha combination by
krhlch Mr. Hunk waa mad Hpeaker."
' I . - - ..... .1.- .1.- ... .m..lt.h
his humiliation JCaton yeaterday of
Wred a reaolutlon" providing for a apeo
fcl commute of three on rules. Katon
pa given the chairmanship of tha
? tmmlttc but to otlu-r nminlKTa of
, . W- M.mtnlito arr Ituak man. making
"trjaton powrrlraa. It la bvllovod.
Anothr-r part to Iiia plan la to riur
,vio a minimum fliw rmployiHi of th
rV.VfIouiM-. aa frovldpd In a reoltln ho
VproarntPil today, thua .mtaraaalng
. ;ith organlnatlon. . Th t1
"-tuco th numtr of clrrka from 20 to
V five and forco them to paaa an etatnt.
x7' ; nation.
1 .Thla working off of plnu I" Jely
f to eoon run It" courae. however, and
then Kaion will be In worao iioaltlon
i (ban If he accepted hi" defeat grace
! fully. '
TWO PETITIONS OUT AND EVERY
BODY SIONINQ UP BOTH SAID
TO BE GOOD MEN.
Tti.... la knl flh nn over the rx
Vltlon of road supervisor In Vllholt
glHtrlct, with two good road men In
Comptlll"- Therfc are two potltlnns
)d circulation one for A. M. Orosh
Jwig and a second for I D. Shank
nd Rhank has tha best of It. It Is sftld,
the numler of algnera.
V Phsnk was road supervisor In that
Jsirlct years ago.'and lost, the Job
acauan of criticism of frlenda and
Jalchhora. Me Is said to be a goodj
ibsd builder and It aeems many of his
WlKhbors ara willing to forget the
Ht and try blm sK"ln.
( On the other hand. Oroshong Iralao
jhld to be a good road man. and his
jrlends seem aa determined to tand
aim In the oalllon. The case of ap
pointing tha supervisor will come up
Jor bearing this week, when It Is likely
the matter will be settled
owns and Provinces Have Gone Over
to tha Enemy.
NKW 01U.KANS. -Jan. 10.
tRnl.t Hcimrta from tho Mexican
r.troM at tha front Indicate that tho
revolutionists have been making head
way dally and that tney nave ian
Gf eat CleanUp
aredatormlned o "cUarup j
aaason, and sra offering torn
splendid valuaa." Broken lota
Of W. L. Douglas shoos S4 00
fJn,...8vaH.4i t t2.lt'. rlor
S3.00 natl at f2.au. xo'o raauo
tln all ultk -evrort i
- Dent fall to. take advantaf. .
C.T . "I tfT
'.''.r'.i ll i,.,., it'-' ''1 .U
Jo ft1 . ', lirl' r.W ,Hi-.l i'l (
fK ! . .Not LIU, othetf1" vl
iMiii'H mi . ".i. . f -j -, !'! i : i ' ' t
' .""i Sth airid Main ta."l!!i t-
V . .Mil" I 1
and hold aevaral provlncea wllhln tlto
paat w'oU. The tevolullon aeema to
lo gnlnlng ground, and mora cities and
provlncea are In revoUitlotilaU' hands.
BIO BLAZE IN CINCINNATI.
svsral .fireman. ;and T . Bpactatora
Caught In Palling Roof
, riNCINNATI. ). Jan. !'. HI.)
Abalf dozen freinin wera Vllled or
aaveroly Injured In a flra berg today,
which d""troyad the Chamlitir of Com
merce. Tlio roof falling It crashed
through five floors, carrying inuuy
with II. Over a hundred repreeenta
tlva bualiiaiia men wera at a banquet
In tha building when the fire broke
out ; nona were hurt.
- STATE MONEY WASTED.
Acting Oovernor Bowerman Thlnka
Many Raforma Naadad.
HAI.KM. Or, Jan; VI IHpl Act
ing Oovernor llowtrman. In retiring
aa (Jovernor had this to aay today:
"There Is null her reawin nor Juatlftca
tlon for the present method of manag
ing tha Htato'a affair." Then tho re
tiring Oovernor told of the waste In
uuneceaaary employee, etc.
THE MAN WITH THE MAJORITY
OP THE SENATORIAL DI8T-
' RICTS 18 DEFEATED. -
. HACUAMKNTO. Cal.. Jan. 10 (Spl )
-California waa cunfronled wllb two
randldatra for Henator, one of whom
bad received the majority vote by
ttenatorlal districts and one who had
received the majority vole by total.
When tha Joint election was held to
day the man with the majority tf
votes aa a whole Judge John l.
Worka, of le Angeles was hoaen
t'nlled Klates Henator. A. O. Hpald
Ing. tha millionaire manufacturer of
"(Mining giMvla.iwae the man bo was
defeated and he had secured the ma
jority of senatorial dlatrlcta In the pri
. Works received 92 votes out of a
poaalble-total of 110. The Democrats
In Ixrth house and senate voted for
him. In speaking of the reault be
aald II waa a triumph for rUbl uln
clplea over boaa ml", and the elimina
tion of the Interests.
CONGRESSMAN W. C
WIRES THE GOOD NEWS TO
CAPT. J. T. APPERSON?
Cant. J,T. Apperatin. of this city, I
Tuesday received a telegrsm fiiun
Congressman W. C. Ilawley, from
Waahlngton. D. C. telling the good
liuss lo the old soldiers of the Crand
Army of tho passing In the lxwer
Hons of Congress Monday of the hill
granting an Increase In pensions to
the old fighter who still survive.
lly the term" of lheblll the old sol
diers who hsve arrived at tho age of
62 years will receive $ 1 5 a month pen
sion, age f.5 yeara. $2; ae 70 year.
25; age 75 year" or over. $38 The
bill haa paased the House and has
good prospect of receiving the ssnc
tlon of the Senate.
The advanced age of the old soldier"
and the rapid decimation of their
rauka 3000 deatha In a month, more
than three reglmcnta meana that the
pension roll Is certain to decrease
yearly, despite the slightly Increasing
rnte per month. Kew people will qusr
K with Congress for this Increase In
the bounty to the old soldiers of the
Nation who cam to Ha rescue In Its
time o( need.
PLANTING LARGE ORCHARD.
E. Lsa, of Portland. Bellsvee Ore
gon Will Produce Good Ones-
- F. R. f?trang and family have moved
to Oregon City recently, coming from
the Hood River country. Mr. Strang
la the new auperlntendent at the Teach
drove tract, about two miles above
the city on the Willamette river. He
has charge of the Improvements being
made at that place, where M. E. uen-
of Portland. Is establishing a targe
orchard and small orchard tracts, the
pluntlng to b peaches to. tho exclus
ion of all othef fruits for commerclar
The tract cmoraces 650 acres or
peach landa on th banks of the WI1K
atnette, 1C0 acrea of which la to b
nlanted by Mr. Ie and th remainder
of the acreage sold and planted In
blocks of five and ten acres.
Peach drove ta said to b aa Ideal
spot for tha raising of that fruit, and
according to the contract all the small
plata muat be-planteLnot later than
April, 1911. -t '''. ' ...... ;
Mr. Strang haa had considerable ex
pArtenc tn asaociaUoai work at Hood
River m aaya that fruit 'associa
tion In Clackamas oouajty ' wlli mean
verythta to those wlakJni to crow
frulta In thla county. t ; . n.
Justles Samsbrt Marrfaa ' Maekabttrf
Juitloa Samson Tf"d married a
eotiIi frtrt 0-"' Rotb
mvdr&Tttfl ad St oa noma
of .tr V-
bar-aevarlir candidates Initiated jcui
&t. Tha instajjatiorrvpi ouw
ran tinatpoAet), umttt th meeBns
TOTAL TAX LEVY
REACHES 15 MILLS
COUNTY JUDGE AND COMMISSION
ERS MEET AND CANVAS THE
DIVISION OF THE APPORTIONMENT
Several Funds to Be Benefitted By tha
Apportionment, and Disposition
of tno Money,
County Judge Heatle and Commie-
alonera lllalr and Msttoon Tueadny
afternoon made an order filing tha
county tai levy at 15 mills, appor
tioned as follows:
Htale and Normal acboola....
County achool and library
(leneral county expenae
flnpalra to courthouse and Jail.
(ieneral road and bridges and re.lemp
tion of outstanding warranta. . . 7 3
The court has determined to make
. L..U I. i h. mmiiiIv t niitite1naa and
for that reason has made a slightly I Ing easily determined aa to who lf;in
higher levy than Is neceasary for ac- error Justica-Banrnon held his dects
rual operating eipenses. County Judge ! Ion until 10 o'clock Monday morning.
Itcatle yesterday authorized the slate j The lnK or ties as was partly the
m.ni ih.i mill, of the lew would be case wer of a value amounting to
applied for reducing tho Indebtedneaa
Th t..t v.r a 14 mills. I
Tk. k'alnal Inn tiQat lnfrM ed itKiiitt
12 000 0(H). snd now stands at !i,.
is ?K!. and the lew made Tueaday
fiernoon will produce a revenue of
$3i;o.(mio. Tb. levy, for roads and
bridges faat year was 7.K& tnllls, which
Is sUahtly In eces of the levy just
It Is the purpose of the present
Count Court to reduce the lebt of !
Clackamas about 25 per cent each year
and they have determined the amount
of the levy with thnt end In view.
Wllb a Seclsl achool tax of . nine
mills, city tax of eight mills and a
special library tax of one-half mill,
the proiK-rty owners of Oregon City
will fare a tax of 324 mllK the high
est In Ha history.
-RUSSIAN GOES TO JAIL.
Money In Samaon'a Handa Held Por
' Further Investigation. J
The last echo from the assault made !
on the Oreek fruit dealer on Seventh'
reet Sundav. wss heard Tuesday af
ternoon when Justice Bam on fined i
Knrtunat Kurmlnskl. the Russian aa-
I sallant of Tom Thanoe, $20 for assault
I ml i.a if ity. ifavlnv no money tot
effort hia release he was sent lo Jail
for 12 days. j
Kuxmlnakl had been arrested on -
the charge of assault with Intent to
kill, but when put on trial It was found
there was not sufficient evidence to
convlnl on thst charge and so defend
ant waa permuiea io yi-u umj
assault and battery, which he did.
Justice Pamsrm passed sentence and
the accused was sent to county Jail.
The money which Thanos claims
waa taken from hia till, and Is In the
hands of the Justice. Is claimed by a
woman with whom Thanos la toard
tng, as due her. and she promlnea to
attach It unlens Thanos Is willing It
be paid her without a contest.
ITALIAN RECEIVES WINE..
Story fjelng Told That Csr Load Ar
Vailed States revenue officers are
searching In this city for the consignee,
for a csr load of wine from California.
As tha story goes a car load of Cali
fornia wine wa received last week by
an Italian In thla city. Uvng near
Green Point, and that It was laid In
for sale to men of his tiatlouallty.
The shipment waa received after
night, and Ita storage was aon arter
nightfall. It Is claimed. Local police
have spent some time In searching
for It. and the V. 9. deputies In this
district are also on the lookout. '
CHIEF SHAW WAITS;
GETS HIS MDf LATER
;. . . ,i i M
n, ,i ...'i ' : - I'
MEN FIGHTING ON MAIN STREET
SUNDAY APPREHENDED , AS
SOON A8 THEY 8H0W UP.-
Offlret" Shaw arrested three - men
Imollcated In the S. N. Fenne drunk
and disorderly trouble Sunday, at an
early hear Tuesday mornlngi iThey
were Tom Roe, Jack Horn and Francis
Bennett. Roe 'aa charged with be
ing drunk and Pennet and Horn were
accused of fighting."1
' The story of one of the men la to
the effect that Fenne gave Roe IS on
Sunday with which to buy whiskey
the supposition being that Koe Knew
where and how to get It. The charfe
ta made that Horn wanted Roe to apllt
tha money, giving blm $2. When Roe
rv-iiie, Jkylnn the money belonged
ta naeVand he would return U to
htm. It W"ftUtaie Horn made an ae
aanlt iM 'ijWrStk to hoV Roe. ' M
thla atksof the, trouble Dennett Id
terfered ad Insisted that tha fighting
i.- .tnmrf About thla time Off lee f
ihaw returned from hut dlnaer an
the' TlMerli InBwppTlsed Of b1f
oomM tie for aawtyj' '
. Chtef fUtaw aacired warrants ,Mon
day and ttiW.aJtWl lot the disturbers
to appear, whlph .they Old Tuesday
and he at one TplaCed thatir under th
reat.1 rln Pollc 'Court' Tweaday Roe
wtu fine Sit o teo days in Jail, arn
tto or ten 4y la Jl B?nttJ5
aad fine to be remitted durln good
nerTavlor. ' '' : " " "'
I ; i . ..( .V'b'woti Vitia! ' I'
! .H- "I 11 r.l .11 iO'Kl ' lit'lit i) rtir.!D
. Uvtn 'j -Utt ."IMhj trtrf a jto
WATER WORKS NOT FOR SALE.
Mr. 'Downing Glvss Council No En
couragsme.pt In Matter.
WIII(0nelte"(;o'inrll met In regular
seaaion Tueaday evening with a quor
um present. After the roll call, the
reading pf'the minutes and routine
btislneaa the quern ton of water worka
wi taken up. Committee having that
matter under cAnll'rstlon announced
that It had been In conference with
Mr. Downing and reported that that
gentleman aald be did not wish to sell
his water worka Unt ; that It waa not
for aale at this time. f(e:ort of com
mittee received and committee dls
cbsrged. Council SKrers to pay re
corder for hlii services. .
The concensus of opinion among
-t counrllmen Is that the nert step for
the village lo take Is to dig wells and
Instltut) a water ayutem of lis own.
Matter was dlacu-d Informally.
A special meeting will be held Sat
urday evening to further dtsctie. the
wster proposition In this village.
WILL GIVE DECISION MONDAY.
Justice Samson Uncertain as to Who
Is In Error.
The esse of J. V. Rivers vs. Fred
gchaeffer. In Justice Samson's court.
In whlcb plaintiff Hecks to collect for
services In ssvlng runaway logs, al
leged to have been authorized by de
fendant. 'was on trial Tuesday anj
consumed the whole day.
There were witneasea on both side l
who were-certain and positive as to
tbelr testimony, and the caae not be-
several hundred dollars.
Som MlundfUndina Abroad
Conductora on the O. W". P. aeeta
nowna jempt h mwnn ir.r ur..
that the car" on that line are to make
two stops In Gladntone. One young
lady received a refusal to stop at the
hands of one conductor." and when
told of the stop order professed Ignor
ance In the matter and said the man
w no naa icrgmnwu. nn "
It by accident. Anothea. T
aaya the order has been bulletined,
and cars are supposed to stop.
Guest of tha' "Live Wlree."
Judge Heatle and Commissioner
Mattoon and lllalr are to be guest" of
the JJve WIrea at a banquet this ev
ening;. A number of other prominent
cKlxens have been invited, also. The
purpose la to have a good time ocial
ly and at tbe same time to transact
certain business of great. Import a nee
in ih nonlit of Oregon City and
JOSEPH BRUCE DIES
MONDAY NEAR VIOLA
CAME TO OREGON IN 1901 AND
SURVIVED BY WIDOW AND
The funeral services over tbe re
mains of Joseph Bruce, who died at
the home of hi" son. William Ilruee.
who reside" three miles from Viola,
on Monday at 12:15 o'clock, will be
held at the Mountain View' church
this morning at 10:30 o'clock. Elder
s n MofMtt offiehitrnK. The inter
ment will be In the "Mountain Vie
Joseph Bruce waa held In the high
est esteem by ail who knew him- h
was born In the stste of Indiana on
March 25. 1839. From the atate of
Indiana he moved to Nebraska aadroule.
cam. to Oregon In 1901. settling St
Oregon City nntil last spring when
he moved on the farm, where he re
raalnpd until his death. He was unit
ed in marriage to Miss Barbara Nag
gle. of Indiana. 52 years ago. who aur
vlvea blm. He was the father of 10
children, five flf whom enrvlve. and
are the following: Mrs. Josle Jack
...r. nt nreirnn (Mtv: Mrs. M Lrey.
Esticail.10rt6n;! VlMlwn Hrue-oX
Redlan.l. Orefoti; T3, M 1 nrare,' of
caster Nebraska', W. 1 V Prut 4 of
Oregou -Clf. , .
Mf.,1inft f rr atfvarvnUy wiMR
thn owst'Cf hotilth tiptll(a Icw days
beforrf his death whn he .was-stricken
wltbimeumonla, which resulted fatal
-.: j.-A. . 7s o
Aberdeen! VyiVash., ,, business , men
have formed a commercial club and
decided to build an iiw.ooo nome.
It will save you trouble if you uri
One Dye For All Goods
. '. Sixteen Color"
Ten Cents Per package
We Fill All Drog Wants
' ' " ' A rull tine t it n.( .-
A. D. S. Remedies
pnacMatlona. and. ; FaniUy, Receipts
' Quality and Prtoe Right. : ,
CHARHIAN Ct Co.
City Drug Store. , f ,.( .
'Next Door to Electric Hotel.
Pacific Phone 1)1 Home Ptooae 11
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ATTEND DIVINE SERVICES AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
SERMON APPROPRIATE TO OCCASION
Members ' Occupy Seats In Body of
.trie Church Goodly Attendance
and Close Attention to 1. ..
Officers and members of the I. O
O. F. and Rebekah lodges attended
rellgloua services In the M. E. church
Sunday evening, and participated In
the services as conducted by Rev.
Zimmerman, tbe pastor. Tbe services
began with singing the familiar hymn.
"To tbe Work, to the Work," follow
by a aecond song and a abort praver
b the pastor. - The choir sang "The
Earth Is tbe Lord's" and tbe Patter
aoni gave a selection of pleasing
merit. The lesson of the evening
wi from 1 Corinthians, and waa a
reasoning on charity. Rev 'Zimmer
man aald in part:
Thinking of what I ought to say on
thla aubject it la not aay to find ap
propriate subjects or words. It brings
to mind a story of the old darky who
when at a loss of what to aa waa
aaked tfJpreach on pills. He said:
"There are quinine pills, stomach
pills and goa-pllls; I'll talk to you on
So tonight I shall talk on "gospilla"
and tonight I shall try to give you
the gospel." The gospel "Is broad
enough to afford' an opportunity on
which all may stand. If I aay any
thing you like tell 'your friends: If
things you don't like come and tell
I bring you tonight a story of a
lawyer, a Jerusalem lawyer a man
of prominence In his country aad
among his people. We aee today
many prominent men in our own
country who are lawyer President
Tafria a lawyer, in his cabinet are
several lawyers, our four representa
tives In the Congress of the United
Statea are lawyers. In fact we bave
many lawyers of prominence In this'
country and they are men many of
them of whom we re proud .
My atory tonight, baa .to, dg with a
lawyer who was d4lrTaa of quirting
Jesua. and ha pat tk aitestion, Vhat
Must I Do W He SsvedriJLJ 1 I s
This is a big question at this time
and waa a: u!g"i"U'0n inrjChrtgVs
time. The., Atasricnii 'citizen wants
many ,thlm waats 'nteneyj hojr,
position; but above alrhe ianta eter
nal lire. In the old days many things
were tried to bring back or extend
life. If I had a decoction." ho matter
how nauseating It misbt be. many
would drink it if tt would extend to
them longer life. VVe want life-' .
This Jerusalem lawyer had proper
discernment; he came to the proper
source when he came to Jeairs for
Jesus had this eternal life. Life at
this time ha.l 'dwindled dowa to a.
bare 35 years.' When Jesim. then,
talked of eternal life thla lawyer was
Interested and wanted to know more.
This' Jerusalem lawyer kxew ssore
than he 1st on - and Jernia jiaw this.
hence his ouwstlotiing Mm. This re
minds me of a story of an old Justice
on the line between Texas ajnd Arkan
sas w ho w as called to try a case of
mule stealing. Tbe man wa charged
with killing a iuas,aU. wealing his
When the tnaa was, brought to
trial the justice asked blm which he
wanted. Texas or Arkansas Jaw. ite
cbone Arkansas and the Justice dis
missed the rase of murder and sen-
traced him to- be hung for stealing.
At thla he wanted to change venue
and the justice sentenced him to death
for murder be wan to, hang in any
event., i.. .-
So when this Jerusalem lawyer re
ceived hi answer,, "How readest
thou?" he knew not how to answer
Jesus. , tie i waa caught In : his ow n
trap so he asked Jesus a aecond ques
tion. "Who Is My NeighborT' Then
Jesus told the story of the Samaritan
and silenced the lawyer. And this
leads up to the pertinent question In
The hlntory of Odd Fellows begins
In Knsland. The order wss etsrted
for tbe purpose of having a good time
but It soon broadened In Its scope
until as- now it embraces the good of
all ita members. Odd Fellows bave
answered the question as to whom
are their neighbors and in the rlcht
way. i Not : only , do they help their
own members but they often do more
as tbe Samaritan did. . It la a high
and noble purpose, to do for othera.
A mission worker tells a story of a
young lad in New York wiio was left
at home to tend baby while. mother
went to work. Missionary called and
found boy pacing room to keep warm,
with nn coat on. Investigation showed
he had taken his coat to cover baby,
who waa cold. Here ; an embryo
But even Odd Fellows should, go
furtheroutside lodge and church are
maay who need us and they should
receive our, help. -Help one'a friends
first but help those who need , ua
Secret work of the order leads one to
Judge of the Insula by what he aee
... i . . . mlt ill
)n tae uutsioe. uuu jwwwi m auy
permit memoers to at . ruor; wny
let them. drink UT, Men who, aay your
funeral services should hv clean
handa aofl hearts. The spirit of the
gospel, of , Jeeua i running through
your rituals why allow. an ujt food
men to enjoy IU prituegee? Don't
fonts t the sou ro oi Uee good thJngs
la. the ease of their enjoyment. (
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"Orchards : tn the Ontario' dlatrlnt
produced a th rate of 1,009 bores t
apples to the aer. " - - ": - '
A sale of Southern Oregon sugar
pine covering 40,000 acres, la reported
from sledfonj to an Eastern syndicate.
Th purchase atfe waa 3,W)Moq.; t
noJtitr.-A I .t!ln ,t T",.! orll la yi'j I t I
For your patronage
and loyalty in the year ;:
that is gone we offer
por the year that is to
come we hope to con
tinue to merit ydiir
Everything in Jew :
Bormeister & Andresen
Oregon City Jewelers ' . '
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO. I
JrELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS , C
We Buy, Sell or Trade and' Deal in" '. ,
' Large and Small Tracts. ' If you ,want ' ' ' ;-;
to, sell list with us, if you want to buy . .
call and see us. ' -i . . $ .
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612 MAIN STREET' OREGON CITY, ORE; 1
Price's Chop House.
Meals at All Hours !
If you want the best, of lowest prlc:s, eat with us.
Our speclolty Is satisfaction. ' V 1 ! '
' Between Fourth
Are yoti taking advantage
Sale prices? " . ,
Once a year, lor the purpose ot redocing our large
stock for invoicing, we . place , on sale handredt of
every-day wants.- Its your
dollar do the work ot two.
Bags, Suit Cases, Rubber
Brushes, Soaps, all go in
regular price. .. , ,
75e Rubber Glevea.JM.,.. 48c
?5c 2-o.uart Fountain Syringe 48c (
$t.25. J-qt., Fountain. Syrlnge7e
$1.35 S-qt. Fountain Syringe 89c
$2.25 Hot Water Bottle.,. .1 79
25c Violet Talcum Powder
2 for 25c
I1.0Q, American Clocks
140 American,, Clocks'.
Totth Brnshts Oat-Half Off
i."aeriaif clean ai bn. too(h
broahes, 35, 40 and 60c bruabes
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Bxir stnsiyi 0nc-lltftr?ff
Slight iped. Jtoaatf tiallty.
mn.UA Wkrk brueuea. . Kvery one
Doh't , .yulya ..thla , ttpportunltyv,
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and fifth Streets. '.i:t .
of oar January Clearance
?.,J;,f :i. '"i: -
opportunity to make oneJ
Cut Olass, China, Ladies'
Goods. Clocks, Silveware,
this sale from 1-2 to "15 off
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All Pictures , . f. . , ,..US otj
AU, Umbrellas ...10 off
Croklnole Bosrda ..' . . iiao' ff
Holiday' Stationery ' ; . 1 . f'
tadiea' Bags ..,,,,1 .ta.M a-fn
10 to rin
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