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The Place for
The Jcnning's store is better equipped than ever for the holiday
trade. Christmas shopping is indeed a pleasure at this store.
There is something for every member of the household the
small dainty piece as well as the big massive piece of furniture.
We advise you to come now.
This 24-lnch quarUr-sawad and ahapad
top Cantar Table la a bargain at
It la highly pollahad and haa braaa feet,
la well made and formerly Bold for $4.&0.
An Endless Variety
Furniture of every description. The variety is more
extensive than it possibly can be later. Plenty of
salesmen and a variety of goods at prices you can't
match in Portland.
Bookcase and Desk
In 40 different pasterns, finished In
either golden oak or mahogany. Juat
the thins to give for a Chrlatmaa pres
ent. Tou'll pay mora elsewhere.
$16.50 to $100
Massive and Elegant Turkish
Would you Ilka to make husband,
father or aon a delightful Chrlatmaa
gift? Let ua lay one of these hand
some chalra avlde for you and de
liver It at Chrlatmaa. They're great,
big. comfortable chalra. with broad
arma and richly made. Leather
chalra range from
$8.50 to $80
H I I I I I I sJH
nil IM eSSSBSnS
There are pieces here
which will complete your
furniture scheme for this
room or- that pieces
which will look better in
your house than in any
other house in town.
This Rocker la highly pollahad. roomy and com
fortable. Hade of selected quarter - aawed oak
and makes an elegant and wlae present. We have
aold thla Rocker for S.S0, but -now It goes at
Large assortment of handaome, genuine Leather Couches.
All theae couchea are covered with genuine, firat-claaa
leather. Have finest steel springs and elegantly tufted.
Henry Jenning Sons
The New Automatic Morris Chair
Unquestionably the FINEST article la
a Morris Chair that haa ever been of
fered. Thaaa chairs are built of heavy,
solid, quarter -sawed oak. beautifully
flaked and highly pollahad. Spring aeat
ta built on a guaranteed atael construc
tion. All klnda Of coverings vslour,
leather. leatherlne and Spanish leather.
The prloes rang from
$9 to $50 .
$35 to $110
172-174 First Street
For the benefit of those who
desire to make purchases and
have goods delivered a day or
two before Christmas, we wish
to state that we have ample
storage room for all such ar-
TO BE SETTLED
Attorneys for Defendants at Ore
gon Crty File Amended Com
plaint with Clerk.
PLAINTIFF CITED TO
APPEAR IN PORTLAND
County Judge Dismisses Charge
of Insanity Against
Charles F. Horn.
(Bseclsl Dispatch to Tar Juarasl.)
Oregon City. Dec. 14. The attorneys
for defendants In the Injunction caae of
8. A. Chose agalnat Oregon City and
others yesterday afternoon filed an
amended complaint with - the county
clerk In the autt now pending agalnat
the city to prevent them from granting
a perpetual franchise to the railroad
company along Bluff atreet.
Defendants also filed a notice to the
plaintiff and her attorney to appear at
room 609 In the Fenton building at Port
land, at 8:10 o'clock thla evening, or aa
soon after aa convenient, for the pur
pose of culling up the motion of defend
ant to dissolve the Injunction before
Thomas A. McBlide.
Thla motion to dissolve the Injunction
came up several weeka ago before Judge
McBrlde. but owing to the nearness of
the city election be thougni oesi 10 wan
and perhaps the election would put an
end to the affair, but alnce then the
franchise people have been after him
and are determined to have the matter
settled before the new mayor and coun
cil take their seats. January 1.
Mom Case Dismissed.
An order was made yeaterday by
County Judge Ryan dismissing the
charge of insanity that haa been pend
ing agalnat Charlea K. Horn of Oregon
City for the past month. Horn la T
vears of aa. and came to thla city from
'Pennsylvania, and thla la the second
time that he has been dismissed from
ohargea of Inaanlty that were brought
against him by hla family. He la an
old pioneer and a O. A. B. member In
Orders Elect Officers.
The Order of Eastern Star elected the
following officers last nigh!: Worthy
matron. Mrs. B. C. Qanong: worthy pa
tron. J. K. Hedges: associate matron.
Mra. Charles Frlssell: secretary. Alvtna
Horn: treasurer. Mra. J. H. Walker; con
ductress. Mrs. Tlllle Miller.
The Modern Woodmen held a meeting
at Um hall last night and elected aa of
fleers: O. Orossenebecher. venerable
consul: Chnrlee Mosler. advlaer; O. Bo-
sensteln hanker: O. W. Btgam. escort:
Mr McUlaahan. rharles Wright and K
F. Story, managera: F. Croea, Inside sen-
tlnel; Luther Moore, watchman.
Banquet to Be Ol van.
The chief of the Oregon City fire de
partment announcea that a banquet will
be given on the evening of December J2
at the rooma of tha Columbia hook and
ive BftOfttO QfTNlNie new tea the
Te get the feastM. cell fsr tbs fall
4 look for tbs slaaattire ef B. W.
An Actual Conversation
KBW oottaia. faralsbed eomplsto. ehtrtrle
tla-Ma S 1 1 l.M'k . (r. ii. am Di
"Hello, this The Journal office? Well. I've got an
advertisement in your paper under 'For Rent Houses'
please stop it I'll have to have my phone taken out
if it goes longer. I'm besieged with calls. Now don't
forget; stop it, PLEASE."
IF YOU WISH TO BE SIMILARLY BOTHERED
SHEEPMEN OF WALLOWA
CLOSE WOOL CONTRACTS
... XlSSfllsl Dtsaeteb to Tie Journal )
Enterprise Or., Dec. 14. Wool In thla
county has begun to move In earnest. B.
C. Maya, who la buying for 8. Kosh
land a Co. of San Franclaco. laat nlgbt
cloaed the contracts with the sheepmen
of thla place for 1.000.000 pounda of
wool. Aa a reeult the aheepmen aa well
as other business mann of thla place are
in a happy mood today, rejoicing In tha
fact that they have a "cinch" on 16 cents
a pound for their 1905 wool clip.
Regard less of tha fact that there are
two other buyers In the field, Maya ta
getting all tha wool, neither of the other
buyers havelng been able to secure a
pound of wool so far.
On the sales made laat night Maya
turned aver to the aheepmen of this vi
cinity 151,000, this being one third of
the contract price of tha wool. Thla
amount will relieve the aheepmen to a
great extent, aa money la always very
scarce with them at thla time of year,
and they are often compelled to borrow
at a high rata of Interest.
By tomorrow Mays expects to have the
entire clip of the county contracted for,
which will amount to about 2,000,000
Owing to the fact that ha apparently
has the oonfldenoe of every sheepman In
this section there seems to be small
chance of any other company than
Koahland'a securing much wool In this
county next year.
SALEM PET STOCK AND
POULTRY SHOW OPENS
(Special nia patch t The Journal )
Salem, Or., Dec. 14. Tomorrow morn
ing wilt witness the opening of tha
second annual exhibition of tha Salem
Poultry and Pet Stock association. Al
ready tha entries are pouring In from
all over the atate, and thla promises to
be a larger show than Its predecessors.
Workmen were busy yesterday arrang
ing the tablea for the coops of poul
try and the benches for tha dogs.
As fine a lot of doga as ever goes
Into a show wlU be on exhibition,
among them being Wool ton Bang, 'owned
by Frank J. Moore of this city Beau,
also another Salem dog, owned by O.
Stelner: Minnesota Joe, of The Dallea,
owned by H. T. Zelgler, and who became
a champion at the Salem ahow last
winter. There will be alao a fine
Coetier, owned by K. F. Wlllla of Port
land, that haa never yet gone down to
defeat In the show rooms, and many
of equal quality. The display of chick
ens and turkeys bids fair to be far above
that of last year, and with tha fine, new
coops, all uniform, will make an at
X. or p. haste orriOEM.
(Special Dispatch to Tke Journal i
r.t.n,iu Or Her. 14. Enterorlse
lodge Mo. 4. K of P.. met and elected
the following orncera rTiasy evening,
ci c m n Kiti, i V. CV Rrram May-
field:' prelate, 8. Z. Hendereon; master-
at-arms, C. M. 1ckwooo; masirr ui
finance. Charles Vandell; master of ex--'
- -- fh.ri.ai runk K of R. and 8..
Oeorge M Oaiiy. master of work. J. ).
Zurcher: Inner guard. 8. K. CombJ.
outer guard, L. Budnaugh.
The Baltimore A Ohio Railroad's
Ff feet Ive November 27. 1904. and
thereafter, a new dally train will be In
augurated, leaving Orand Central pas
senger station, Chicago, at 10 30 p. m..
for Akron. Cleveland. Toungatown. Pitts
burg and Intermediate polnta, connecting
at Pittsburg with "Duqueane Limited"
for Philadelphia and New Tork, and with
train No. 10 for Washington, D. C, and
Thla train will be equipped with first
class day coaches. Pullman sleepers and
dining car service
On all through first -class tickets stop
over will be allowed at Washington, Bal
timore ar.d Philadelphia, not to exceed
10 days at each place.
For further particulars addresa Peter
Harvey. Pacific coaat agent. San Fran
claco, Cal.: D. B. Martin, manager pas
senger traffic, Baltimore. Md.; B. N.
Auatln, general paasenger agent, Chicago.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal !
Salem, Or., Dec. 14. William Henry,
the old offender arreated by Chief of Po
lice Olbaon on Monday for stealing two
pairs of boots and a pair of panta from
tha rear of Kay's saloon In thla city,
was arraigned In City Kecorder Judah'a
court yesterday upon the charge of
petit larceny. Henry pleaded guilty
to the charge and waa sentenced to
serve 60 days In tha county jail.
ARE YOU SICK?
I Seedal Dispell to The Journal I
Hlllaboro. Or., Dae. 14 The trial of
Bart Oakmsn. charged with murder, will
begin next Thursday. . Oakman's sister
1s on her way from tha east to be with
him during hla trial.
If SO, where?
Dry, hacking cough?
Foul tongue I
I.ohs of appetite?
Lack of energy?
Pain In stomach?
Theae are but a few of the signs of
Some othera are: Wind In the stom
ach or bowela: constipation or diarrhoea;
Sale complexion; spots before the eyes;
Uxlnees; loss of flesh; Irritability;
All these symptom will plague and
torment you, and will never permanently
leave you, once you suffer from them:
only are sure. In time, to get worss, if
not treated by the beat known scientific
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These curative tablets are composed
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of the true Inward prot esses of diges
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111 health brought on by thla much
A disease so "protean" or changeable
In Its manifestations, aaaumlng ao many
forma, characterised by so many differ
ent aymptoma that, more times than not,
it is mistaken for aome other disease al
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or at best allow the seeds of perma
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So It Is a real danger we aak you to
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Even If disordered digestion Is not the
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Shake off your sickness with Stuart'a
THE RED FRONT
269 and 27 1 Morrison Street
Positive Retiring Sale
We desire to announce the greatest sale of Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Underwear, Hosiery
and Neckwear, etc, in the history of the northwest. We are positively detenhined to close
out our entire stock in Portland, and are prepared to make the moat radical reductions to ac
complish that end. Our lease and fixtures have been sold to D. M. Gray of Salt Lake, who
will take possession within sixty days. As we do not want to move any of our stock we have
decided to give the public the benefit of the lowest prizes on good honest merchandise ever sold
in Portland. It will pay you to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
' SPECIAL FOR
Motormen and Conductors
$20.00 Uniform Suits $15.00
$17.50 Uniform Suits.' $13.60
$20.00 Serge Suits $15.00
We furnish buttons with all suits.
Special Black and Blue Serge Suits. .$9.40
Extra values in Soft and Stiff Hats, sold
at $2.60 and $2, at $1.05
Blue and brown,' derby ribbed, garment. 39a
Natural Wool, garment 59
Natural wool, garment 73
Blue and tan striped, fine ribbed, gar't. . .79e
Light-weight American silk, garment. .$1.19
Black and tan Cotton Sox, fast colors, pair 7
Black, camelshair and natural wool, pair. .19
Black and natural, cashmere, pair 19
Fancy Lisle, pair 19s
Imported Lisle, pair.. 29
Mocha and Kid Gloves, pair 87
25c Suspenders 15.
50c Suspenders , ... .392
75c Suspenders 59
In fancy boxes, suitable for holiday presents.
50c Suspenders 35f
$1.00 Suspenders 70
$1.25 Suspenders 95
$1.50" Suspenders $1.15
Men's fine Initial Handkerchiefs, box of 6 60
15c Bows for Turndown Collars, each... 5
25c Tecks and Four-in-Hands, each 18?
76c and 50c Tecks, Four-in-Hands and
wide ends, 3 for $1.00
$1.00 quality stiff bosom Colored Shirts,
3 for J . $1.00
"Cluett" Colored Shirts $1.19
Monarch White Shirts 70
$1.50 Monarch White Shirts $1.00
Sweater . . . ....... $2.25
All Loggers' Shoes reduced. Cutter's, Han
son's "Three Lakes" and other makes. Spe
cial inducements to dealers.
THE RED FRONT