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)I 1-No. 8
'OREGON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 191L
Per "Week, 10 Cents
ybeoriptlens for the Morning
rprlae be . reeelved for
f limited time at a spselsl
f Ssnd In your order today
jet benefit of low prlco.
. . i . 'I.
i ON, CRUSHFD,
3C0RNS HIS FOE
t 1 r ; ' f 1 '
:i OUT THI VIALS OF Hit
vHATH ON TH HEAO OF
' . SENATOR BOURNK. ,
and u'ren also scorned
j Eaton laya He ftafueed to
jde, Foute Laughs to tcorn
tho Idaa of an Katon
UCM. Or. Jan. l. (8pU l(oW
atlvo Kalon, of Ijhia, unburd
dmaelf of bla teni up foellnns In
juao today. Ho arraigned Bona
mrne, KiHennmr Fulton and V.
n, tho Htaimmt Ono apoatle
Tn City. Ilia feellnaa were not
thought until he found that .ho
feated In hla at tempt to take
Maker Husk hla txiwer to name
.era! committee of tho llouao. I
io poured forth the ala of hla
" many charges and counter
a of Representative Katun aro
a atory to tell here, aufflco
that ho accused eeveral of wish
p trade, and refused because he
' O honest,
t goodbye IQ.hopa Eaton Con
hla epnerh wit the statement
pnMMMMMt to rut away from
' modern day poll) Ira aa tho
now played. Intimating that he
0 icood for tho game,
.a waa hot simply dufeated, he
nabed." Kouta answered tho In
one of Katon with the atate
'hat ho had aeu borerlug over
ad of the Iane man, a halo of
r, virtue, and decency." Then
iWrd Katon -with -tactics aJbad
ae he deprecated.
1 W. Y. LEGISLATURE
HAN WINS CAUCUS, NOMI
7I0N OF OEMOCRATS. OE
1W IS CHOICE Of PARTY,
" "5ANY. N. T . Jan. !. (Rpl.)
r. Bheehan waa nominated aa the
late of tho Democrata for tho
d Rtatea Heoaje, In Joint caucua
auncy M. tfcpw, waa given tho
maiion hr .the Hepubllcan caucua
It la aald he will receive the aolld
rt of hla iany In the joint ballot
jlaln of the enemlea of Bheean
i snaking a deanerate effort to d
him. It la aald there will bo. ab.
lea enough tomorrow to make It
jaalble to elect, the hope tha hla
rt may bo demorallaed, and. aome
lao choaen. m
OD EXPERTS WILL '
WATCH THE SUPPLY
tW OENERAL THAT LARGE
ANTITIES OP COLD STORAGE
ODS ARE UNPIT POR POOD.
ICACO, III., Jan. . !. (9I.O-
experta will watch to aeo that no
led food a are unloaded on tho pub-
A report that great quaniltlea of
or and egga long elnce unfit for
I would bo aold to aavo abaolute
I haa cattaod food In pec tor a to be-
)o active. ' '
kero la little do-ibt that wholeaalo
of quantltlea of unsaleable, pro-
waa contemplated; the public
kid not be too certain that tbe
may not be accomplished.
e Don't Like
inyboda piping. Wo don't eare
t the regular price of any article
V wo aro determined to clean up
atock, and during our Clean Up
I which la a money saving event
I la looked forward to by all wear
of good wearablea, wo are offering
ea that defy competition both In
Ity and price. . ' - '-T
f buoy; get In) the 'band wagon
j come In. , f ,t j , . r.'
EXCLUSIVE' CLOTHIERS , '
. Kot Lit OtSor. 4
th and Meln SW. "
Meeting at preebyterlan Church To
night Rev. Walker Spotke.
Tho Presbyterian . Ilrotherbood,
which, because of tho re pa Ira to the
f church, had no plaro to meet for tho
paatrfew monthe, la to take up Ita work
anew, and will have a meeting In the
church parlora thla evening. All mem
bera aro refjueated to bo preannt, and
I hone among the men of the city who
have no affiliation with other do
nomlnatlnna will bo gladly welcomed.
Tho Ilrotherbood work la making
great atrldea forward at thla time, and
tho organliatlnna of that character
am to bo doing a groat work. Thla
niakea It Imperative that churchea who
wUh to reach out Into all channela of
beneficial church actlvltlea ahould or
ganlio an active lirotberhood. Aa tho
I'reabyterlan church In thla city la
determined to keep abreaat of the
ttmra It la natural that It ahould have
an aggreaalvo oraanUatlon of thla
character. And the meeting In qu ca
tion la for the purpoao of again taking
up tho thread of effort where It waa
left aoma monlha ago.
Her. Thoe. olmea Walker, paator
of the Calvary Treabyterlan church,
Portland, will make the addreaa of the
evening. Mr. Ilolmea la aald to be
very Inlereatlng apeaker, and It la the
belief of thoae Intereated in tne work
that thoae who attend tho meeting to
night will be well repaid.
Agricultural Collage at Corvallla Do
ing Good Work.
Tho enrollment fur the Winter Short
Courao work at tho Oregon Agrlcultur
al t one", at corvaina, naa increaaeo
over ality ixir cent thla year. The
atudenta are atlll reentering and In
dlcatloua aro that tho reglatratlon may
be lncraad by 'another ten per cent
or more. The courao in horticulture
haa attracted tho greater number of
atudenta. having 120 enrolled. The
other couraea alao ahow a decided
lucreaao In attendance. Practically
every aectlon of the atato la repreeent
ed In the enrollment. Tho work for
tho flrat week Indlcatea that the coura
ea aro going to bo more popular and
more aurccaful that over before.
GOES BACK TO PEN.
Hrry Board, Out on Parole, Porfalta
. llury Heard, who waa paroled from
the atate penitentiary aome wocka ago
and who attempted to obtain money
from the lint National Iiank of Ore
con Cltr under falae nretenaea, waa
taken back to the penitentiary at 8a
lem-Sunday by a guard from that la
atltutlon. Heard tried to fleece tho
Mclo bank, but waa unaunceaaful. HI
relatlvea, however, made good the
liank'a loaa. and the charge waa not
, Eighth Grade Eaama. Thla Week.
Queatlona for the eighth grade ex
amlnatlona haye been prepared and
mailed to Hie' proper cuatodlana The
next examlnatlona will occur on Thura
day and Friday, January I8jh and 20th.
Tbero are but 65 candidates In the
county for tbla examination. There
aro three examlnatlona for tho eighth
grade work within the year, the other
two occurring on May 1) nd IS and
June S and 9.' The January examine'
tlon haa the fewer candldatea for hon
ore of any. V
Won t Divide the Dlatrlct.
Tho arhnol pat rone of the Stafford
dlatrlct. who wlahed to have a new
dlatrlct eatabllabed. aeelng that the
dlvlalon would bauae hard feeling, and
feeling the cauae waa not worth the
coot, have withdrawn their petition
and will continue aa an undivided dla
WILL GET MONUMENT
ALL BUT ONE LOCAL COMPANY
HAS SO PAR APPROVED THE
Mountain View I lose Co. No. 4 mot
laat night and after routine bualneaa
took up the proposition of tho flre
men'a monument to volunteera, and
approved tho plan. Tho company
pledged $25 to tho fund. ii. A- Elliott
and lleorge Hanklna were appointed a
committee with power to act In con-
Junction with the commltteoa from the
other fire compantea.
Tbla movement for a monument to
the volunteera of paat time waa atart-
ed by Oreen point Hoao Co. No. 5.
Four out of the five companlea have
endoraed It Fountain No. 1, Columbia
Hook and Ladder Co., Cataract Hoae
Co. and Mount View Hoae Co. No. 4.
Tho Hill floao Co. No. I will meet
tonight, when an effort will be made
to get that company Into line- Each
company ao far haa pledged 125, and
appointed a committee to work with
the pther contmitteea.
Oeorge Hanklna waa nominated aa
candidate for fire coramlaaloner. There
aro three to elect who work In con
junction with Council's fire committee
election flrat Monday in niarcn.
Chae, Bandera haa been named by the
Fountain Hoae Co. No. 1, with one
more to be nominated. . ,
; ASKS fOR' DIVORCE.
Altegea Dlaregard of Duty aa Xueband
- ;( -lo Children. (
Emma J. Hookatadt has filed an a
plication for - a i divorce . from Peter
Hockatadt, alleging dlaregard of doty
aa huaband. They were married in
DlnKham.'.MIch., May SI, 1905, have
no children and petitioner aaka for
power to reaurae,fcer maiden namo -of
Emma. J. Oorlng. v '
- In the oatate of Wm. Hammond," w.
W. Krerbart waa yoaterday appointed
administrator. Estate valued at $250.
O. D. Kby, attorney..
In the eatata of Rebeoca H. uenolt,
3. C. Eggamann appointed administra
tor. Eat ate Valued at It80. John W.
Lodor, attorney. .......
THE SECOND DAY
COUNTY SUNDAY tCHOOL AIIO
CIATION PILLCO WITH INTER-
k ' .
EST FOR MANY WORKERS.
MRS. NASH SITS AS PRESIDENT
C. A. Phlppa Makea An Intereatlng
Addreaa at Sunday Evening
Seeelon Offjcera Named
On Saturday. '
The aecond day'a aeaalon of the
Clackamaa County Sunday School Aa-
aoclatlon convened at S o'clock Sunday
afternoon In the ftreabytertan church,
with a fair attendance. ' Tbe flrat
number on tho program waa a pralao
aervlce, UmI by Ftorf 8. A. Hayworth,
paator of the flaptlat church In thla
city. Tbe flaptlat cbolr occupied the
choir loft and led In tbe mualcal pro
gram of the afternoon. John W. Lod
or aang "The Holy City," with a chor
us by tho choir,
The flrat. addreaa on the program
waa "The Hoy Scout a." by Rev. W. M.
Proctor, paator of the Congregational
church. The fnneral of Mra. Oordon
took Kev. Proctor away at tbla time ao
that hla addreaa waa of neceeaity poet
poned to the evening aeaalon.
Rev. K. y. Zimmerman, paator of
the M. E. church, waa. down for the
next addreaa, "What Next?" Rev.
Zimmerman aald In bla Introductory
remarks that bo auppoaed the question
propounded bad reference to tbe next
move In the campaign agalnat Intern
perance. "Wo had a tough year tho
paat year," he aald. "Up until laat
year we have been aucceoaful but the
laat one waa a defeat, and we were
defeated pretty badly. -We lout our
own law, aecured by nara work, ana
wo got a liquor amendment. We loot
9 countlea; that looka like a defeat to
me, and a bad one. What we ahould
do next la to find out where we are
at and begin to build on that founda
"Aa It la now If a county goes dry
all la dry: under tbe new law a county
may go dry and a city or town wlthlnM
It take up and vote wet and we have
no recourae. Let'a find out where w
era at If wo muat take it to the high
eat court Let's know where we tem
perance people atand under the new
Home Rule law. We must keep up
the fight, but I want to know on what
ground 1 are fighting ao aa to figure
where I am coming out. Tbe people
who voted wet aro reaponalble to Ood
for tbia condition; don't think a church
member In Oregon City did ao though
aome charge they aid. it waa ino
good men outaldo the church who did
It without knowing what they did.
I would place the ballot In the
banda of wife and mother and think
In that way we could aolve the prob
lem ; think women would vote aaioon
out. I object to the vice and Ignor
ance of Europe voting aaloona on ua
and no chance for virtue and Intelli
gence to vote them out.
We have a doable standard of vir
tueone for our women and a aecond
for our men : we want one etandard
for both. Tbe girl a ahould Inalat on
the hoy doing aa.he Inalata ahe ahould
do. J '
The liquor consumption haa doubled
per capita In 30 yeara deaplte our tem
perance work: leada me to Inquire If
our methods are wrong must be
something wrong. If the consumption
contlnuea to Increase for 20 yeara
more where will we be atT"
Mr. Zimmerman told of a team of
baae ball players going to Japan to
play with an amateur team there and
how It waa able to split even only and
cited thla aa evidence that better hy
genie condltlona there worked to .the
good of the Jap, an evidence that ex
cessive drinking In thla country waa
destroying our vitality and would In
tho end destroy ua aa a people unleaa
C. A. Phlppa, on the program for an
addreaa In the evening was prevailed
upon to apeak briefly. He aald there
waa no boy problem, but that there
waa a man problem at least if we
aolved , the man problem we would
then find no boy problem. "And the
man problem," he said, "la not a dif
ficult one to aolve. - Rrlng man and
the Word together, without any fuaa
or frills, and It will aolve Itself.
'It la an eaay thing to do the work
of ten men but It la a hard thing to
get ten men to do their work. The
Sunday - acbool baa temperance and
good cltlxenahlp department a now,
trouble la to get them In operation.
Chnrch trlea to aavo man In gutter
and ten fall for lack of encouragement
while one la rescued. " Devil pata you
on the back while you work tnua. I
think we have votea enough to aavo
the State dont like what women of
Idaho did think men muat put on the
yoke ajid do the aavlng.
"Have no fight with fraternal orders
but would like to know their aocrot
muat be tho warmth of their friend
ship and the ayatem of organlxatlon
wo ahould. Imbibe it Wo organise
IB minutes to orgsnlxe and then we
forget It. ' Good worda for Sunday
achool not enough; get Into It and
work with It we want a- 8unday
achool booster club. Tho boy la not
only the hope of the father and moth
er but tbe hope of tho nation aa well.
The home department and cradle roll
aro the live wires of tho Sunday achool.
At tho evening seaalon there were
aoveral mualcal numbers by tho Pres
byterian choir and tho ladlea: quar
tette, which were appropriate to the
work at hand. Rev. Landaworongh
Invoked a blessing on tboao present
and Rev; W. M. Proctor, who bad
been detained In the afternoon, spoke
to tho topic, "The" Boy Scouts."
Mr- Proctor said bo had not aa yet
launched the local corpa aa It was tak
ing more preliminary work than he
bad anticipated. He aald H waa a j
hew organlxatlon. of which there were
Several, but tho Indications wore thati
tho Scouts were certain to absorb tho
others. Daden-Powoll, tbe English
general of Boer war fame, la tho bead
and founder of the organization, and
England la Ita borne. At Ita Inception
It spread over England like wild fire
until today there are 300,000 Scout a
that Empire, ita Introduction Into'
thia country only datea back to Mar,
. The scouts pay , two centa a week
Into the treasury and they muat pledge
themaelvea to do good and bo good,
rreuminary or initial atepa are nec
essary, each looking to the good of
tbe boy. The motto la, "He prepared."
No bad bablta aro permitted that will
Injure the body. Tbe scouts must bo
helpful to otbera without expecting a
C. A. Pblppa made the addreaa of
tbe evening, speaking on "The World's
Convention at Washington." Ho out
lined tho Sunday school movement In
a' few worda and then drifted to the
convention proper, lie told of the Ore
gon delegation and Ita trio to tbe
Capital, of tbe place It occupied In tbe
convention, of climbing the fire es
cape to avoid tho preaa of tbe crowd
anxloua to aeo, and of tho pride that
stirred him at tbe success of the move
Tbe flrat convention, Mr- Phlppa
aald, waa bold In London 100 years
ago. Tbe aecond In St Louis, tbe
fourth In Jerusalem, the fifth at Rome
and the alxtb at Washington. Only
handful responded to the first, 1200
made the Journoy to Jerusalem, a good
attendance waa present at Rome but
30,000 ware desirous of aoelng and be
ing aeon In Washington so mightily
haa . tho cause grown. - There were
250 tralne of delegatea and friends
made tbe trip to Washington.
"Oregon took a front place at tbe
late convention, for wbicb I am proud."
Dr. Meyers, of London, waa president
At Jerusalem the reception waa un
friendly, at Rome cold, but at Wash
ington tbe city waa oura for tho ask
ing. Verily tho cauae grows and pros
pers. SENATORS WILL Fill
TO A BITTER DID
TWO PORTLAND OFFICERS SAID
TO BE PERSONALLY OBNOX
, IOUS TO OREGON SENATOR8.
WASHINGTON. JAN. 16. (Spl.)
Senatora Bourne and Chamberlain to
day made It certain aa to where they
atand concerning the confirmation of
Collector of Customs p. 8. Malcolm
and V. 8. Marshall Elmer Cotwell. It
Is said both Senatora axe determined
to fight these nominatlone to the bit
ter end and If President Taft will not
withdraw the nominations they will do
all In their power to atop confirmation
In tbe Senate Itself.
The unwritten law of the Senate Is
that there ahall bo no confirmation
when a Senator will Inalat that tbe
nomination la obnoxloua, personally
Tbe Senatora are aald to bo willing to
go to that extreme If no other way la
JUSTICE CASE POSTPONED.
The Attorney for Defenee, . Q. C
Mra- Bonnie Nelson, who charges
Lucaa Brodanvlch with assault waa
hero Monday morning to teatify in tbe
case of State of Oregon va. Lucaa
Brodanvlch. Mayor' Brownell la the
attorney for the defendant and aa ho
waa alck and unable to appear the
caae was postponed at the request of
the defense. A few daya ago, when
the whereabouts of the prosecuting
witness waa unknown, Brodanvlch and
hla frlenda were Insistent that bo be
tried or tho caao dismissed. The caae
waa postponed till January 26.
The caae of Fred Lucht accused of
keeping his fence In the road, waa
postponed to January 23, In Justice
Samson's court Monday on account of
the illness of bis attorney, O. C.
Will Meet for Bueineoe Saturday.
The Oregon City Commercial Club
will bold Ita annual meeting Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock. . There are throe
vacanclea on the board pf directors to
be filled the terms of office of Frank
Buacb. Dr. W. E- Carll and Dr. E. A.
Sommera expiring. Thla organisation
a healthv vouneater and there is
much interest In tfie work that It from
time to time puta up to Ita members.
Bring this kd and we will tell you
how. to get a aamplo of this tho
. LATEST AND BEST.
'One Dye For All Qooda -,
. . Sixteen Colore
Ten Cents Per Package
We Fill All Drog Wants
A Full Line of ,
A. D. S. Remedies
Proscriptions and Family Receipts
; ' Filled With Pure Drugs. ,
Quality and Prices) Right
CHAnrcAn & Co.
t . City Drug Store.' .' ;.,
Next Door toJClectrlo Hotel.'
Pacific Pawae II , Homo Phono 41
TWO GOOD PRIZES
SENATOR DIMICK AND REPRESEN
TATIVE JONES EACH SECURES
JOINT REPRESENTATIVES FARE WEI
Secondary Placoo That .Have Much of
Responsibility Magone Disap
pointed That tho Carde
SALEM. Or., Jan.' 18 (Spl.) Rep-
reaentatlveo from Clackamaa county
drew prizes In the distribution of com-
mltteeo In tho Senate and House today.
Next to the committee on Judiciary
tho committee on the revision of lawa
la tho beat In the gift of the prealdent
of the Senate. Tbia place. waa given
to Senator Walter A. Ertmiclc, from
Oregon City. Senator Brooke waa sir
en the chairmanship of the Judiciary.
Senator Dimlck waa alao given & place
on tbo committees on fishing lodua-
trles. labor Industries and municipal
Representative Johee waa given tbe
chairmanship of tbe committee on
printing, and a berth on medicine and
pharmacies and electlone commltteea.
Repreaentatlve Magone waa given a
place on the committee on fisheries.
and there la little doubt that bo waa
promised Ita chairmanship. But at tbe
eleventb-'bour, la tbo laat abuffle of
the deck, the name of Pierce of Coos-
Curry countlea waa substituted. Rep
reaentatlve Magone la alao on the com
mittee on alcoholic traffic; .
Carter la given a place on assess
ments and taxation; Cbatten, Mult
nomah and Clackamaa' Joint, on ways
sod meana and commerce; Malarkey,
Clackamaa-MultnomahrColumbla . Joint
Senatorial, Senate chairmanship on
Other principal chairmanships In
tbo House are: Abbott, waya and
meana; Tlgard, agriculture; Foots, re
vision of lawa; Mann, roads and hlgb-waye-
Senator Dimlck haa served la the
House before being chosen to the Sen
ate, and thla being Repreaentatlve
Jonea' third term ted to the honors
that tbo Clackamaa county delegation
were able to pull down.
Holds Special ftaaslon to Further Or-
- Gladstone . Council held a apectal
aeaalon tbla evening, to farther Ita or
ganization program. Several ordln-
ancea were, given second reading, aa
To fix bonds of recorder, treasurer
To fix the date of regular monthly
meeting, - aecond Tueaday of month
having been chosen by those drafting
Something "Coming' to Gladstone Odd
Gladstone Odd Fellows have been
given Initiatory and first degrees and
begin to feel quite "Odd. Thursday
night of this .week they will come to
Oregon City In a body and take tbe
aecond and third degrees. The local
team promises to make it an Intereat
lng time for the "Geesers" from the
little city to tbe north. ' .
TEACHERS INSTITUTE .
CLACKAMA8 COUNTY INSTITUTE
AT CAN BY WILL BE HELD SAT
URDAY, FEBRUARY 4.
The Clackamaa county teachers In
stitute scheduled to bo held at Canby
January 28. baa been postponed to
Saturday, February 4. A serle"t)f
very Intereatlng gospel meetlnga are
being carried on in Canby at this time
and aa tho meetings will not close un
til the 29th, the" request for a post
ponement of the Institute waa asked.
Not wishing to Interfere with the n
inga the Institute managers granted
tbe postponement. ,
B. Vedder, prealdent of the Clacka
maa county athletic league, will give a
talk on athletlca. There are five
things that are to receive especial at
tention throughout the educational
work of the institutes of the State
this year, aa follows: Reading, writ
ing, arithmetic, health condltlona and
country life. At Canby the program
will have especial reference to reading
and arithmetic. There will bo three
talka on reading primary Intermedi
ate and advanced. Howard M. Jamea,
head of tho debating work In tbe coun
ty, will give a talk on debates.
Dinner will bo served by tho people
of Canby. There will be exerciaea by
the pupils of the Canby schools. Com
plete program will be announced In a
few daya. - : - -' .
CONTEST POR MEMBERS.
Two Captalna Choeen Lose re to Ban
Willamette Council. No, 873. Knlghta
and Ladles of Security, met In Wood
men's hall laat - night The applies
tlona of several .new membere were
paaaed favorably, and Irving Raw waa
Installed aa -oecond vice prealdent
'. Great Interest is being taken In tbo
contest for new members. There aro
two captalna, who were appointed laat
meeting tight Mrs. Bertha Raw and
Mlaa Lulu ' McOaffney. . The loatng
aide la to banquet the winners.' Tho
contest closea in March. The' lodgo
will have a social aeaalon and enter
tainment on the evening of January
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When you buy a watch of ua you know, just exactly, what
v''.. . .'
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dstailo of Ita making and material, pointing out Ita atrong
- or weak points ss the caae may te of showing you- why
- certain parts ahould bo tasted 'thoroughly and . perfectly. .
adapted to meet all condltlona for wear time keeping
qualitica. In other words you got the. benefit of our ex
pert knowledge and our peraiatent honoat methods.
We know whe you buy a watch of ue that you will bo
perfectly satisfied whether It lo tho $1.00 Ingersoll or tho
f 150 Howard, and that you will send your friends to ua
for one like It . , . - - .
are considerably lower than you caai buy Vlaowhere, erth- .
or for cash or Installment plan- til"."
GENTS' WATCHES FROM 81.00 TO $150.
. LADIES' WATCHES FROM S5-00 TO $75.00,
We make a apeclalty of Watch Repairing
All Work Guaranteed. .
; Bur oeister & Andresen
Orcein City Jewelers Suspension Bridge Corner
9 - -
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We Buy, Sell or Trade and Deal in .
Large and Small Tracts. If you want
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call and see us.
2 612 MAIN STREET
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15o Nail Brushes .........V.IO0
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BOe, Cloth Bruahea .... ....34
25o Cloth Bruahea 18c
25o C- C Ptlla .....15o
15c Talcum powder.... 2 for 15o
25o Mann's Medicated Soap 1 So
25o .Toilet Soap... 1So
PROTECT YOUR FACE
from tbo winter wlnda. Special
Cut price on faco creams this
month. f ( '.' - -
40c liatero Cream. 25o
25o Theatrical Cream. a..... 15c
35c Maaaage Cream.... ......10
..... i i V .' I ,K
So. I Id Oold
1 - 1.. Open Faco C .
OREGON CITY, ORE. f
and Fifth Streets.
25o- Violet Ammonia. ...... ,15c
All Bibles' 20 off
25c Rexal Playing Cards.... 1e
35c Fancy Back Card F. i-. . . .20o
25o Saratoga Cards . . . . , . ; 15
$1.75 Croklnolo Boards . . $145
$3.75 Croklnolo Archarena
Boarda . $2.75
All game boarda reduced. "
$14)0 American Watch ea....75o
Wash Goths tt Half rric
Hero aro some bargains bougkt
direct front tbo makers,
10c Lace Knit Wash Cloths..:..
So 50c pentose
25o Turklah Bath Wool Cloths
... ........... w..... .2 for 1 5o
15o Sponge Wash Cloth roe i: