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kOF CROOK. LAND
Ten Thousand Acres of
Homestead Land Passes .
to Final Proof.
EESERVES EESTBICT ' ;
TDIBEK LAND FILINGS
Federal Patent to Forty-Ftr Thou
; und Actm t Timber Land Mid
More Tbaa Half m Much Patented
'x by State -toducemenU to Settler.
V (Special raw JeseaaLI
PrlnevUle, Or, An. It. Inveatl
tlon of the amount end kind of land ta
s Crook county, both deeded and open for
entry. 'reveela aorao tntarastln- and ose
", Jul information.
Entrlaa of homestead have bjea
about' the same thla year aa In the two
years Iminedlately preceding-, while Um
bar and etene entrlea. were fewer wing
to the -creation of raaarraa and a ecar-
' elty of land that fa oonsldered worth
talcing for tlmbar, although cruiser ey
, an abundance of elalma can ba bad that
- will, have from : 1,000.000 to : l.SOO.000
fMt Desert entrlea have been a HtUa
In advance of laat yeer-a, and IJau ejec
tions and purohaeea front tha state lead
board haa baaa a little mora than
. normal.' i. ' ' ' ' ' 1
, Tan Thoosead, Acres of atoms.
Final homeatsad proofa mada during
tha 12 months ending March 1 this year
amount to something mora than 10.400
seres, tha greater part of which la In
. The Dslles district. Uau aalactlona that
have been finally aetad upon during tha
aama period by thla office amount , to
" about 8. BOO acres, and final proofa on
land taken under the desert, or Carey,
act amount to about 1.000 aorea. .
Tha largest aggregate of any alnglo
elaaa of Und that ha paaeed through
' thla offloa during tha period referred
to la that of tha timber landa taken
under the timber and atone law, which
amount to a Uttle more than 46.000
acres and represent -. the awarding of
' patenta to aome S80 peraona.
Timber and atone landa patented by
" the government In the part of the Lake
view land dlatrlot that Ilea In thla
county amount to only 1,100 aerea and
In the Burna dlatrlct ailghUy mora, -or
2,400 acrea. -'j
. Timbered chool taada.
The etate land board during tha flaeal
year ending March 1 patented 14, 761. 81
acrea. The . aalactlona ware largely
school landa and ware In many Instances
heavily timbered, aa were thoae selected
In tha Summit Prairie country by local
and eastern timber dealers. The Jargeet
area of thla land went to Fred A. Krebs
of Portland and amounted to about 4.J60
acrea of timber landa Othere who re
ceived patenta for thla kind of land are
Clark w. Thompaon and the Prlnevlll
Land A Llveetock company,, who re
ceived 2.140 aorea and 2,720 acrea, re
spectively. The respsctlvs amounts under tha
various forma of entry that were finally
passed upon during the past year In
thie county are: Final homeatead
proofa, 10.4z6.ll acres; timber and atone.
49.614.31: lieu landa I.StO.tA: final
desert proofs, 1.020; sold through the
stale lana ooara, zt.ivi.. iue grana
total Is 04.(03.24 acrea. . ' '
Beet Bectioa for ettlere.
The deeded landa la Crook county last
, rear were a little over 1.000.000 acrea
The total area of the county Is upwards
of 6.000,000 acrea. a part of Which Is
, taken up ' by foreat reeerves and the
Warmsprlng Indian reservation. All
'of these things together, however, do
not take up any great part of the terri
tory, and there Is at least one half the
! area of the county open to settlement,
. the greater part of, which is valuable
. ' land. . I
The sotrtheastern part of tha aounty
i offers tha bast Inducements ta the
, homesteader er ona who wiahas to take
rand under the Carey act. while In all
' parte of the county opportunities axe
open for the bomeseekar.
The greater part of tha Umber landa
. filed upon are Included in foreat re
serves, although parts of two of theae
reserves are Boon to ba throws open to
r , entry. . . ... r
COUNTRY FACES CRISIS
the order laaued to dlacharge any oper
ator who refuaed to work, any wire.
President timaJl left for Chicago to
day. before learning bf the New York
strike. This morning Superintendent
May elated that the company waa able
to move all ooaat buslneaa and that the
restrictions on toe acceptance of m
aages haa been removed. The strike fol
lowing the announcement practically
put the handling of meaaajrea out ..f
the queetlon and everything la subject
o mu.i.i.i. uwit. ine men claim
that tha Wee tern Union ia violating ths
uv pirn oi me agreemen
enterea into July l. under which the
riumea 10 work. Bpeclflo In
stances of Illegal . intimidation agalna
mambera are cited. Leaa than loa irik
era were reinstated and manr were atlll
out of employment
President Small announced that if tha
government will lnalat unnn ln.tl...
vt - iKireuoB or me propoaitiona
embodied In the memoral addresaed to
the board of directors of ths Weetern
Union laat June, tha men will
uibioij reiurn to work. .,
LOS ANGELES WIRES DEAD
Postal Men Join With Other ' and
(Jearaal Bueolal Strict
Loa Angeles, Aug. It. This morning
ths Postal operators Joined the striking
wesisrn union telegraphers,
la practically laolated by wire.
have modified their demands for In
(Continued from Page Ona.)
'striking Postal operators.. Twenty-five
men remained working: la tha Weetern
Union office,-but thy are unable to
handle the bualneaa. ' Shortly after.
cable operators joinea tne strike.
President itoosevelt at
ertll maintain the nolle of
regarding the telegraphers' strike. Ac
cording to Secretary Loeb, the president
.has not 'sent Or received from Commis
sioner Nelll any communication regard
ing the strike. Ths efforts that Cora-
oreased salary ao that It shall be IS
per cent inateaa or xt per cant, ana
placed the matter in the handa of the
nations executive committee. -,
SPOKANE MEN WOBXIKa T
Will ICot etrfte Indepeadentlr, bat
: t -A Will Obex Order.' ; "J
' (fearaal Bpaetal Brtta.
Spokane. ' Aug. 12. Weetern " TTnlon
and Poatal operators are working here.
The men are ant dlspoeed to strike In
dependently, but will obey'oYdera from
headquartera. Seventy men will be af-
ed . If the etrlke U called. .-. t ; , .
. . . i i i.. . . . . ' ,j,r
OAKLAND MEN DISCHARGED
Refuse to Handle New Xork Wires
: Other Quit Same Keya.
(Joaraat apectal Berrlre.)
San Franelsco. Aug. II. Four Weet
ern Union operatora ia West Oskland
were discharged thla morning for refus
ing to work tne isew I org wires. Fol
lowing their discharge, five operatora
waiaea out wnen oraei
lered to man tha
WOMAN OPERATOR STRIKES '
Montgomery Office Bm ' Only Two
, Ilea and Manager Left. " "
' (Joaraal padal Berrjea.) ...
Montgomery, Ala., Aug. It. Seven
Weatsrn Union operators, including one
woman, struck at T o'clock this morning,
leaving only tha manager and chief op
erator and two ether men working. .
CLOSE COLUMBUS OFFICE
miewtoner Nelll is making to bring about
peace are made entirely upon hie
initiative. The president refuses to dis
cuas the sttustion.
i , The strike of the New Tork operators
came in spite of the efforts of tha 1
union officials to prevent it.
Dite of the efforts of the local
clala to Drevent it. For some
' )ays past strike sentiment ' has been
strong, though' at a meeting held ree
terday It was decided, to keep at the
- keys until Friday. .-. . r''.'-
' TTnlon operators are walking out today.
"The situation has oeen strained to the
breaking point for eeveral daya through
Postal Men Strike In firmpathr With
;' .' '(Joaraal Bpsetd Serrlea,) ' ' ' "
Columbue, Ohio, Aug. It All anion
operators in the Columbua offloa of
the Postal company struck at 10:80
o'clock thla morning. In aympathy with
the Weatern Union operatora, meeeea
get also striking. -
PttESS OPERATORS LEAVE ;
Union Men on Leased Wire Leave
V Kansas City Peak.
(Joaraal Ipaelal sernea.) ' ' '
' Kanaas City, Aug. 11. All anion op
eratora o leased wlree. who are being
called out here upon President Small'
orders through Acting Prealdent Rua
selL say all presa operators will ba out
py wnignt. .
Angtuta Operator Out," "
, (Josraal Spaeial tarries.) : " J
Union operators Joined the Poatal strik
ers at ii:xt o dock toaay. ,
Denver Men Quit, - .
Joeraal Special Serrlee.)
Denver, Cola. Aug.- 11. All Postal
operators hare have a truck. v .
C0NTICT RICE GOES ,
OUT OF CAR WINDOW
(Spedal Mapatek ta The Joaraal.
Spokane. Wash, Aug. 12. Jack Rica,
alias "Whitey" Rloe, a6onvlct-mrth
Walla ' ' Walla . penitentiary, ' Jumped
through the window of a moving ear.
yeatarday and mada hla a scape.
Rloe and St other eoavlots were on
their way to build a road In tha Methow
valley front Pateroa to Twlap. Wash
ington. As tha train neared town Rice
aaked parmlaaloa to go to the back of
the car. The request waa granted and
a guard accompanied him. He entered
the lavatory with ths prlsonsr that waa
shsekled to hint and left the 'door open.
The other convict atood between Rice
and the guard while the former slipped
the shackle from his hand. The guard
heard thla and pushed tha door open
Just In time to aee Rloe go through tha
A poase of police are now looking for
him. Ho Is described as wearing civilian
clothes, is slim and bony, about five
feet eight inches. In height and dark
comptexloned. He wss serving a five
year sentence for burglary.
t ' v Irrigation Delegate. , "V
(avedal Dlaaatca t The JoeraaLI
Salem, Or.. Aug. If. The governor
nas appointee Aiexanaer o. rendle
ton a delegate to the National Irriga
tion vonirwa at oci uivniu.
DR. TUFTS FRESEMTS
REFORM BUREAU VQRK
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Attorney Hedges on Gam
bling Compared With Su
' preme Court-Utterances. ;
. At the morning aervtce of tha Rodney
avenue Christian ohurch, by Invitation
of Rev. Elmo T. ROWnson. the work of
the International Bureau of Reform
was preeented by Dr. a U Tufts. The
speaker aald in part:
"Soma man are ministers of God to
preach tha gospel, others are ministers
of God to fill olvll offices and to be a
terror to evil doera. Tbe mayor, eherlff
and proeecuting attorney are appointed
ia hniM tin clvia rlahtaouaness as much
aa the Draacher la to develop spiritual
righteouanesa. Government Is Instituted
among men according to the plan of the
ruler or nations lor ine promotion or
Rublio morality aa its chief, aim. xnis
reccanlaed by statesmen and the lu.
dietary of all civilised lands. Our fed
eral supreme court has pronounced this
to pa a Christian nation, it Decomee
the duty then of all true citiaens to go
to ths polls and elect to , of flee only
t hoes who are In full aymoathv with
tha fundamental principles of truth and
hteousness. There la omy one Kind
morality., whether found in olvll or
religious Ufa When Mr. Hedges, attor
ney for the Mllwaukle club, contended
that tha laglalature has the right to au
thorise a municipality to legalise cool
aeillng, gambling, or even the eoclal
evlL he stated that which is contrary to
all the principles of law and agalnat the
declalons of our highest courts. Com
pare his opinion with those declarations
Of the eupreme court of our land:
There are acta which the federal or
state legislature' can not do. without
exceeding their authority. They may
command what la risht and crohlblt
what la wrong, but they cannot change
innocence into aunt.' Meitner can thev
do tha converse, change guilt into Inno
An act of tha lealalatur (for I can
not call It- a law) contrary to tha first
principles of the social compact eannot
be considered a rightful exarclae of leg.
"No lesrislature can bargain awav tha
public health or the public morals.
'When we oonslder that honesty,
morality, religion and education are ths
mala pillars of tha state, for tha protec
tion and promotion of which govern
ment waa ' inatltuted - among men.
It at once strikes the mind that the
government, through Its aganta, can toot
throw off theae trust dutlee bv sslllna.
barerlng or giving them away. If it be
conceded that the state can Bell and
barter away any one of them It follows
that it can thus surrender Its control
of all and convert the -state Into dens
of bawdv houses, gambllns ahona and
other places of vice and demoralisation.
New-it aeema to ua that the essential
Brlnclplea of self-preservation forbid
iat the commonwealth should possess
a power ao revolting because deetruotlvO
to tne main puiara or tne government.
"Thus you aee that It la a eaae of At
torney Hedges veraua United States su
preme court. If Mr. Hedges la right
our supreme court la wrong." .
POWELL IS DELINQUENT
v . i ..--'-
(Continued from Page Ona)
wife as to his Indebtedness to Multno
mah county for auma erabessled by him
during hla term aa county clerk But
the county's claim is barred by the stat
ute of llmltattona, While Mrs. Powell is
still at liberty to prosecute her lights.
Powell waa appointed by Prealdent
Rooaevelt to the office of United Btatee
marshal at Nome in January, 1002.
Shortly afterward.-, mass of evidence
waa laid before tha prealdent, ahowlng
that Powell, during tha f Ivs yea rs that
he waa county clerk, embessled thou
sands. of dollars of - the - taxpayers'
money. The charge waa established by
the.aworn etstements of three experts
who examined the books while Powell
waa still clerk end who reported short
ages ranging from 14.000 to 111,000; and
It waa further substantiated by ex
tracts from the recorda ahowlng that he
waa atlll a defaulter at (he time whea
he went out of office. The total amount
of his stealings will never be known...
' ' llm has sled lroxa County1. ' A
The reports of these expert were
originally prepared at varioua timea
from 190 to 180S, and their eontenta
were ' well, known to the other county
authorities then in office, But they
were never published until the Journal
brought them, to light soma tan years
In addition to thla damaging evidence,
proofs ware also laid before the pres
ident that Powell waa engaged In exten
sive election frauds In tha spring of
1904. and that the originals of perjured
affidavits signed by Powell were laid
before Roosevelt. It waa expected that
Powell's early removal from the office
of United States marshal would soon
follow, but ha still retains hla position.
Indeed, hi responsibility and hla pay
have been greatly increaaed within tha
past year. , . -. . . , . i
The atory gained currency thla morn
ing that the auit which had been inatl
tuted against Powell had been brought
by the county to recover tne funds
which h embessled, but ths rumor was
untrue. The', aounty has now no re
drees. .. ': ; - . . ... .
(Contlntid from Par On.)
..... t.. . .., (,.
proTocatlye of good humor as
Glilranielirs Cocoa. Its delic
ious fragrance and sustaining
goodness fill the most exact
ing guest with generous Ira-":
'pulses. The best thing too
for ate ear
Buy our Lace1 Curtains Tuesday"1
And gave about half on your investment. Every shrewd buyer in Portland should attend this Curtain sale. It is a sacrifir
we would not care to to repeat very often, since it involves an absolute money loss to this house on every pair. People fr.ip
look far in the race for gam and saving will see this lurtain event standing out in bold letters on tne caienaar ot opportunity.
Buy your Curtains Tuesday and you will congratulate yourself for days to come. Discard the old and worn and replace them
with the best the curtain loom affords. Boost the home by gladdening rts appearance, and you win experience a pig increase
1 ii T T ' ' ' y - " i in man sas aswaaa-aaaaa m aaa I I I i-sssaa -ee"e-pBasaBxeBnsBi
in "Home -Comfort
$2.25 valfies, pair i, . , Ti i . . . ; . . f . 91.10
$1.75 values, pair .....;..,;,.. 07
$4.50 values, pair . '. . . . 92.25
$100 values, pair .i.i,...4...V......i......?3.25
$3.75 values, pair . ;'. ...... .V.... .. .92.25
$8.25 values, pair ........................ . . ........ .94.50
$7.50 values, pair . ...,..$4.50
$75 values, pair .......
uV ; Ask Your
, And if aha Isn't well enough posted to acquaint you
with the merits of tha UTVSTS "arBCXaX- machlna
then her Ideas are too old to be trusted wit), your lew
tng. If w. did not know beyond any doubt that tha beat
machine on earth la
"Special." we would
throw It Into tha
street ' and gat ona
that la better. But
there can be none
better. When' you
ge te lock, at roa
ch I nee, look. - at
make yon care to,
but when, you are
ready to buy gat
tha Qevurts "Spe
cial" tha machine
beat qualified by ex
perts to do your
A $60 Ma
chine for $25
' $1 down
30c weak .
Put Your Cigar Money in a Watch
Waltham , . Boss Fahy'a
Elgin and "" , Crescent
' - " Hampden Dueber
SAVat YOUR SMOKE I;
- :';r. OWN A WATCH
- . , . i
It doesn't take a barrel af money
to own the beat watch on. earth,
when you buy right Pay us a little
down, then janjoy the pride of carry
ing the watch while you are paying
for It. ; ;",'' : :"
Carry a pipe ta your mouth and
break off your cigar acquaintance
for a few weeks. A perfect-working
timepiece la aa solid an Investment
aa a government bend. . We Invite
your InapeeUon of the beat watoh
assortment In Portland. .
YOUR CREDIT for WATCH
i i i . -, .ii ;
econd Floors - - y - , . . . " . lst-St Window
: i 4- OOODFURNITURK DEAL1RS , ; . . . t , ... , ..... ..t.
PORTLAND SPANISH WAR VETS
ASK FOR CANTEEN RESTORATION
Portland Spanish war veterans, will
ing te brave tha opposition which It la
aald will ba thrown against them with
might and main by tha W. C T. U., will
adopt resolutions at their meeting next
Wednesday night in the Knlghta of
Pythias hall calling for the restoration
of the army canteaa. '
The move will ba In line with the one
haw 'Well under avay. In Washington,
D. C, which haa been .furthered, by the
report of many of the army officers
asking that the canteen again be given
a place In soldier life. The matter will
again be taken up uport the reconvening
of congreas this winter. In the mean
time the W. C. T. U. and klndrsd organ
isations are sharpening the axea with
which they hope te chop down what
they believe to be the curse of army
At ths meeting which will be held by
local v.terana wadneeday night reaolu
tlons, similar to those adopted by the
organisation aevaral montha ago and
forwarded to Washington, will be- voted
upon and again mada a matter of rec
ord. The resolutions will aet forth sub
stantial reasons why the army canteen
should again become a part oi the sol
dier's psrapharnalla. -
Mrs. Lucia jr. Addlton, - president of
the W. C T. TJ., stated this morning that
personally aha wae violently opposed to
sny such course being adopted, and aha
believed that the local
would take stsps to counteract an
lutlona which might be forwarded from
JUDGE HUNT MEETS v
..'.;?:, . -'
' " ' iJoemal Ssedal terrtee.f "'
' Oyster Bay, Aug. H. Judge W. H.
Runt of Montana met Prealdent Rooae
velt today at a political luncheon with
a group (Ot .pollttclana. - .
the local camp of tha SpanlaA war vet
erans. - . ;
"The "restoration of the army can
teen," she said. "Is equivalent to asylng
that every soldier le a- drunkard and
that he must have hla liquor. It Is the
worse curse that could be visited upon
the United States army sd is backed
principally by ths liquor interests. We
will fight It. of courss wo will fight It
In the future ss we have In the paat."
: STRUGGLE STAGGERS .
'Continued from Page One)
and Colorado Fuel Iron the aame sum.
Tha pressure in Amalgamated Copper
put that aecurity . down nearly 11.50 a
shar in value.
Ths London market -was likewise pan-
Icy, and losses in American issues were
the moet severe in recent trading. Thla
likewise caused a general depression all
tnrougn tha London market.
' Chicago. Aug 1 1 With all statistics
of a most bullish nature, the Chicago
wneac maraet aroppeo 9 cents
huahal durtnv todav'a calL
The strike of the telegraphers was
perhapa the main reaeon for, the de
pression, holdsrs seeming te want to let
go at almost any figure lust to get
blocked thla morning uoon . reoelnt
Of the order from Secretary Quick.
Word was also received thla niorn-
tft .Am Pr.ili1.nt flm.IL In mmaa.
.a tk. lA.i ,..(.. ..m, 1 narhap
"Leave this morning for Chicago. Will ( EoTat a
r'r:."","' r";,u "'c". '"" ? 5ut of ths market until the wlre-work.re
aetfled by then." . .V.T-.A.t .M W..
;.WUkT; thn liSaS--w fn fom all aides:
nf T Comm" ..Ion houses with long-wire con-
w u result from instructions received I -..n. .r. th. nvinrinai .eii.p.- hi.
being accounted for by the fact that
outalda tradera did not want to ba In
th. market so long as they had no
telegraphic quotations te guide them.
The market closed around the low
point for the day. - . .
' ' ALL LOCALS ,
-1 ' f Continued from t'aga One)
within a few daya from Chicago after
the conference haa been held in that
city, until then the local men win hold
themselves In readiness for.ordsra te
join tneir sunning Brethren la ether
parte er tne country.
' Press Operator Want faattoe.
The move on the part ef the Asso
ciated Press operators to get shorter
nours ana more pay ia gaming ground
rapiaiy. rapera ror eignaturea were
wirea te Portland rrom Chicago last
night and It waa atated that Dave Duey,
chief- clerk in the Chicago office, haa
algned the petition. 1 Other press opera
tors are urged to do likewise.
The Associated Free operators have
been trying for many montha past-te
get the organisation to equalise - their
worn in aome manner woloh will be
satlafactory. and think this a propitious
time In which to adjust the try lag con
ditions under which they are compelled
M worn. ;!.-..,
GUN CLUB TEAM
.. rasectat Dleeetaa ta The Jsara.l t
ths Korihwest Oun club team yeatarday
1 Is I. The game waa a sood ona. ex
cepting that In the fourth Inning the Oun
club went to pieces and allowed Canby
four rune.. Baty pitched a fine game
for Canby, and Koxle did well for the
and Baty; Oun club-rRoxle and Fleming.
STEAMER COLLISION jt
BridgeDort. Conn- Aug. IX. Pour ner-
sons were drowned and 10 thrown front
their berths today when the stesmshlp
Tenneanes collided with a echooner oft
thla city.. The schooner sank Immedi
ately and tha captains picked up but
rmir meraoera ec we crew inai aseai
strikers. No effort will be made te im
pair the newepapers, sJ though sn in
creased aosls will ba demanded from
the press associations. Tha schedule
presented call a for IIS a' week for six
nights and 70 cents an hour overtime;
eight hours to constitute a day's work.
Daytime operatora ask lift a week, and
v cents an sour overtime. si noon
practically 1,000 telegrapher are on
strike, Inoludlng the following clttesi
San franelsco. New Tork, Chicago, Los
Baettl St T .si i la at t.t.l
Minneapolis, Mlfwaukee, Denver, Kan
sas cny, aiempniB, new urieana, ro-
is, and Houston, Texas; N aah villa, Tenn-
eaaee; oiuiudui. umoi Mernasn. mis
slselppl; El Paeo, Bait Lake City. Helena,
Port Worth, Oklahoma City, Blrmlng
ham, Augueta, Omaha, filoux City, Knox-
vine, council uiurra. unarieaion, ual-
...Inn Atlanta T.v.rlr.n.. Vmrmn r'nln.
redo tptrnga, Detroit, and Beaumont,
Texaa. In-moat of theae cities both
Poatal and Weatern TTnlon men are out
Logger Crashed to Death.
' rseeelal Dt-natra
Vancouver, B. C
Tbe Jaeretl.t "
Aug. IS. Joe Oar-
natt, a logger, was killed at Mill bay,
'er is and. hr being rauaht be
tween twe toga. His back wae broken
In two places and both legs were broken.
xca poay was orougnt n.re toaay
' Agent Worley on Vacation.
(RaeeUI Dlinatrh ta Tbe Jnernatl
Takoa. Waah.. Aur. 11 Indian Awnt
C O. Worley haa gone for sn extended
trip down the Paclflo coast and in the
eaatern states. This Is hi first Vaca
tion la aix yearn,
Have Yon Seen
In our Stark street window
1 an aqnarhun for the itorag
of Bv fish, '-r v. :' ', ."--,';
- Front i. now forward ' ther
need be no doubt in your mind
but that v your 'crawfish ax
fresh, for you can set them
aliva and kicking In th tank.
; This ia also true of many
ther kinds of fish you will need
from time to time for Friday
dinner, etc "Buy at Dressers'
and they cannot be otherwise- ,
being alive. v ''i',"- r-.'r.
' Have you realized th many
things Dresser are doing , to "
make their new market the
cleanest, most sanitary and '
' complete ' food . store in Port
. land to make your table stuffs
' raor - appetuing, fresher and
daintier? We ar delighted to
bow . strangers through th
store Hundred visit us daily.
Th : Pure "Food Emporium,''
Fifth . and Stark. Store at
, Oearhart, Seaaid and E. 15th
i 'and Broadway Both -Phone.
"t nmai OiHinti a.l N.I Ilka a a.w waa. t have
Va a uff.r.r from eri.pta and .oar .torn .
tor th. ut w rr. 1 bet. h.a trnklni m.U.
Jla. ... .tb.r Sraa, bat .14 0.4 ao roii.r eaiy
iflthtnMa. f win r9mmna Oaenai
Sir frt.Hrti a. lb enlr tblnc for lndl...Moa aad
not Mnuk a.d to kM th. bow.l. Ia good aea
loa. iar ar. T v . k .-
Beat for :
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nl4 la bnlk. Th. g.fiiiln. Uhlot .i.rap.4 0 V 0.
ti.r.nto.il te .ar. or roar aioB.f k.ok.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chieace'er H.Y, so
Sk : ycv
When a firm is known to excel its
competitors in . any one attribute, it
becomes recognized as 'a' specialist.''
We are "IT." We carry a larger
stock of diamonds, sell more : dia-
, monds, know more about values of v.
diamonds, and sell them for less than
, any jeweler in the city. . If you con-
template purchasing- a diamond,
' don't fail to examine our stoqk and
. ,'; i , compare prices. :
MARX & BL0GS1
Largest Diamond Dealer la Oregon . -
74 ThlnJ Street,rNear Oak Street
HAVE YOU MONEY TO INVEST?
READ THIS ! -N"
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- 'The 3. It Aoheson Company's bla store and factory plant, Tlfth and
Alder streets, la conceded to be the beat equipped and practleai In the
West Llirhtln system nnesoelled. The company la aeven yeara old
started with a capital stock of U,00 capitalised now at 1180.000. Has
-a paid-up capital of about t0,000, and additional subscribed stock of
124,000. Assets about 1160,000. aot Including unsubscribed stock. Lla
bllltlss loss than ona third the asssts. Doing; a business of evsr I860.
000 a year. Unsubscribed capital stock Is for sale In .amounta of 1100
up 10 per cent Interest or dlvldsnd suarante.d also trade discount al
lowed stockholder on all soode purchased by them In the store. In
connection with the department store Is men's' tailoring and woolens;
aleo a rrocery store, Tou can save enoush on your srocery bills to"
clothe yourself. The company owns the five-etory brick, Its laales" ar
rnnt faotory, men a clothing and eroeery departmenta are located In.
Very sood saaet Isn't lt Subscriptions can be made for weekly or
monthly savin paymente. Call, drep as a card, er fill In the followln
subscription for ths amount you desire snd how you wish to pay tbe
same and mall It to us and wa will call and complete" your connection
with the company, - , . . ' , , .
t, tfce waderetgaed, hereby ubeerfs far. ...
ef tke Capital aoek of The jr. SC. Aeheeea Oearpaay. The prloe sf
aid Capital gtoek U the par value of One DoUas (fl.OO) p. share,
payable as follows! t, . ..'.'i.., ....... U........
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The laeorperaesd Capital Mteeh ef The 9. TZ. Aeheeea Oompaay la
One sTaadred TU ty .Theaeaad (180,000) haras, aoa-esseisebl. .
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Address . .'. , . f .-. ... I v.
. C R. I'tAKR '
A. J. FA H M t.H
J. M. ACHKSON
M. B. THGMi'SOrf
9. K. AtmtOhT,' '
rresldeat. i ' I
T. X. ITBOSB.
eeretary a ad Attorney.