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1 - THE OliECOH DAILY- JOURNAL, rORTLAHD, WEDNESDAY CVEHIHO, OCTODSH 2, ltJT. '
Portland Agents for Dattcric!: Patterns, ColuraLIa Ycrns, Pcrrm's Gloves, Ostcrmoor I.lattrc::s3, Gosssrd "Lcca Front" Cc:'::l:, IM -'
Keneir COb ' ; IIiraBaEL Store
06.00 to Q 1 2.00 Values on
Sale at Half Pric
: .7 ACT. FX ;m
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October Sale of White Millinery- Hats for dress and theatre
wear at half their value- This season's handsomest creations
in white silk and white felt trimmed in large bows, wings and
fluffy feathers Beautiful new headgear for all dress occasions
; The assortment Is very large, including shapes and effects
to please every fancy White Hats worth -from
$6.00 to $12.00 each Your choice fj
Misses' and Children's School and Dress Hats', the largest and
best selected stock in the city All the new pretty styles at the
most reasonable prices Newgtock of Baby Bonnets gd Floor
In the Carfef Store this week s treat special aal of Wilton Velvet Carpets, the styles and quality other
tores are asking $1.60 the yard for; newest designs and colorings, and no extra charge for sew- QO.
ing, laying or lining; housewives having floor coverings to supply shobld attend to their needs..., .S
Bigelbw Axminster Carpets, 15 patterns, 30 to 40-yard lengths; some have borders to thatch; C "
oriental and floral effects, in best colorings; sewed, laid and lined at this special price, yard.... V
Introductory sale of "Brenlin" Window Shades, the tuperior of all window shags material. . To (T)J
those ordering window shades this week made of BrenlinT we will grant discount of...;....... wVJ JU
In the Jewelry Department for today and tomorrow a great spe
' cial lot of fancy mounted Combs, with and without stone set-
tings; very pretty styles, selling regularly at prices 5 1 1 Q
ranging from $2.50 to $3.50 each. . Your choice. . V
Special lot of Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons, fancy '
handles and bowls, large variety; great values at, each...w71
"Signer Hatpins in large assortment; rose and polished jQf
; finish; your initial engraved free; great special value, iL-tv
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"Grey Court"" Linen .Writing Tablets," best sjuality linen, Q
Writing Paper white only; best reg, 15c values, on sale iL7
FancyBox Papers, good quality linen paper, in blue, 1
white and gray; grand' value, at, special, the box.. v.. ' V
Paper Letter. Seals, the most Convenient and neatest for.
sealing letters and packages; all initials; special value t,..lUw
"Nonpareil" Carbon Paper, size 8x13, inches; $1.50 value .'.f 1.19
40c ; Moclia and ja ya offise 23c Lb.
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In the grocery department we are offering 20,000 pounds of odr celebrated Mocha and Java coffee,
jthe equal of the best 40c grades. Buy all you want of It at this remarkably low price, the lb..,.....2w
18 pounds of the best dry granulated Sugar, full weight; on sale at this special price, 18 lbs for....fl.00
50-pound sack of our famous "Victor" Flour none better to be had anywhere, at, special, sack.. i...f 1.35
DurkM'a BaU4 prulnftv smalt
10c, msdtum SS, !rg... -45d
t packacM Jell-OJor 25tf
R4 Ribbon Suecotaah. t for 2S4
Malt Vita, 1 package for ...25
1-pound earn OblrardalU's Ground
'1 -pound en Baker TTnwtnd
Chooolat .1., t ...4Uf
CAB. Oltvo Oil. quart f 52
Fig Prune or Potuih Craj ..ZO
Blu Label Catsup 4
eana Carnation Cream .....25
t-pound can CbopUck Sliced Pine
I 1-pound cans Shrimp ......254
Franco-Americas Soupa, pint 20
Franco-American Sou pa, H-pta-lOc
victor aKin rowaar (.none mi
ter), pound .RR
Orape-Nuta, 1 packages for ...zrSv
1 -pound lar RHoed Beet 2
McClaren'e. Choesa, I for 2K
Helnx' Citaup, bottle ........204
, .... Vbona, Szobaat 4. .., .
f ileier C Frank
, DargQins in '
-,.. . . .
Graham's Zodents Tooth Paste,
in collapsible tubes; great O.
special values at each...,IC
"3-in-l" Oil, cleanses and pol
ishes; prevents rust and ?
lubricates; 25c val., bottle. I UC
"Ah- Float" Talcum Powder, ab
"solutely pure and free from 1 n
grit; great value, the can...lC
Fine Toilet Soap. 3 cakes in a
box; violet or rose odors; fO
wonderful values, at,'box.lC
Washington Tooth Picks, stridt
ly high grade; hard . polished
.wood; on sale at, per box..41
Nineta Riz Powder, a pure face
powder, in all tints; great C,,
special value at, box aC
Mayer's Medicated Toilet Soaps,
finest beyond question; OC,
reg. 40c val.;, box 3 cakes,JC
15c Horn Pocket Combs at 94
Fancy Paper Napkins, best reg.
35c value; finest tissue, seal-A.
lop borders; special at rC
1,000 pairs of extra large white
Cotton Blankets, great Af
special value at, pair. J1IV
1,000 pairs of light gray Blank
ets, full siie, colored 0 AC
borders; $4, vals pair,.JefJ
500 pairs of Oregon gray mot
tled Blanketathe best 1 A
$6 vals. at, pair ?J.IU
500 pairs white Wool Blankets,
fancy borders, 10-4 d A Aft
size; reg. $5.50 vals...aptteHJ
500 pairs 11-4 Oregon white
wool Blankets, with pink and
blue borders; best reg. df OQ
$7 valuespair. ;...',... eyJeOIF
200 pairs of extra heavy full size
white Wool Blankets with fan
cy borders; best reg. tfC QC
$8 values at, pair. . . . .'. )Ue7l
200 pairs white1 Wool Blankets,"
size 78x86 inches, reg.tf Q CA
$10 values, the pair..,JOeJy
ers Only $3.39
Great special lot of 1,000 JughJ
grade Comtorters, extra heavy
Sateen covering, fancy designs
and colorings; best white cotton
filling; $4.5-Talue, M OQ
pair.. .......... !
Mail orders carefully filled.
50 patterns of Pendle-J7 AA
ton Indian Robes, at. . I U V
Comforters . for
Only 51.17 Ea.
Great October sale of 1,000 full
size Comforters, handsome silkr
oline-covered and filled with
white laminated cotton; very
best patterns and colorings; the
greatest comforter-value of the
year, on sale at thisl 17
special low price, each P A II
500 downaline-filled Comforters,
covered with extra fine silkoline;
dainty light blue and pink de
signs: best reg. $4 vals. djO OA
st this special price... Peal
Values frdra 1 22Cto $ 1 at 6c to 5 ?c
For tomorroVs selling we announce a Sale Extraordinary
of Turkish Bath Towels 50,000 of them in all sizes and
gradesThe clean-up of the largest mill' in the country
A Towel Sale of the greatest importance to hotel and ('
boarding-house keepers as well as housewives- Twelve :
immense lots Hemmed and fringed styles White and
colored borders All sizes All rrades Bath Towels sell
ing regularly at prices ranging from 12c to $1.00 each,
to be sold tomorrow at - the remarkably low price of
6c, 7c, 9c, 1 2c, 1 5c; 1 9c, 2 1 c.
24c, 3 1 c 34c, 49c arid 57c E&ch
Laces and Em
J. 000 dosen French VaL Lace and
Ineertlone, XV, to 1)4 tnebe wide;
very pretty dealima. value up to
$1.25 doaea yarda, , at till low
rrlce, dosen yard ....... .504
000 ' dosen roundthread VaL
Lax-e 'and Insertion, 1 to t In,
wide; value up to IS. SO, at this
low price, dosen 89
Special lot of real Cluny and Kll
Irt Mwlalllona. novelties for waist
trlmmine;; beautiful style, srrand
barsalns. a follow: SOo vla.
38. . val, at 694. Sie
vaiae M ,
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Evening Nets and Chlffoas
41-Inch flowered -and dotted Chif
fon for fancy walsla and evening
gowns; maa-nlfloent style and ex
ceptional bargains; value up to
11.60 yard, at ..59
ta fkwrd and dotted Chiffons
cn sale at, the yard T5e
2.500 yards plain Net for walHta;
white, cream and colored effects;
4S Inches wide; value up UuJl,
for, yard 4JOeJ
5,000 yard Swiss Nainsook and
Cambric Embroidery and Inser
tion; 1 to t Inches wide; best de
sign ior all purpose; values to
50c yard . 19
1,000 yard of Swiss Embroidery
and Insertion. 1 H to It inches
wide; regular value up to 11 25
a yard, on sals at, yard ...49
Semi-made Corset Cover In new
designs of embroidery, at follow
ing prices: , '
SliO valns at, mob ..i..1.19
Sa0 vaioM at, aa il.69
Special Sde of
omen' " fin - Nalnaook Corset
Cover, yok. styles, mad. with
duster of lac. Insertion, bead
ing and ribbon; blouse front; large
assortment; tSe-f 1 , values, at.
Special lot of women's fin. Nain
sook and Cam brio Cham las and
Combination Garments, trimmed
In fin. torchon and VaL lac.; in
sertion and edgings, beading and
ribbon, made - with the - new
French backs; regular 11. IS to li
values; bargains at. each.. SI. 69
Special lot of women's hand-embroidered
downs, , mad. of good
quality French percales, high and
low-neck style, lone and short
leaves, beautiful gowns, worth
from IS to $1.50; take your cholc.
Special lot of vary fin. hand-embroidered
chemls and hand-am-broldered
eyelets, drawn with rtb
boH th. vary best regular tl val
ues at, each ....-.... S1.47
W. are Portland scant for th.
Oossard "Lao. Front" CorseU;
also the Ls, Qrscque" and French
Corseta for American woman.
October Sale in
Im th. Big Basement . St
gnat speolal sale of 100 Qs port
able.) for th. dining-room, parlor
or ' library - handsome model,
equipped ; with th. celebrated
"XJndsay" Incandescent light, in
cluding burner. - mantle, glob.,
tubing, dome (hade, ate., an ready
to connect to th. gas Jet. Every
bom. want- w- Regular 11.50
raiuea, your choice, whll. they
last at this low lrlci ea. S2.69
Fancy natal bowl Parlor Lamps,
with center-draft burner: com
plete with fancy engraved glob.;
on sal. at, each S3. 52
Fancy nickel Chafing Dishes, 1
plnt slse, ebonised ' handle, beat
model; regular S value, on sale
at this low price, each . .S6.99
Snver-PIated Tea Sets
4-plec. quadruple ' sllrer - plated
Tea Seta, aasorted design, good
quality teapot, sugar bowl,
cream pitcher and - spoonholder;
regular $1150 set, at . ...S9.95
15 quadruple-plated Fruit Bowls.
special at ., -S3.49
t.S0 1-inch Cut Glass Berry
Bowl, each" ., S4.49
17.S0 liver-plated Nut Bowl , spe
cial. Moh S5.65
Mattresses $ 1 6.50 Ea;
Continuation of the great Special Sale of "OstermooV Mat
tresses Full size and weight Fancy satin tick covering
Every Mattress fully-guaranteed The most comfortable as f
well as durable Mattress made As an: inaucement to get
more housewives acquainted with the good qualities of the
"OstermoorM Mattress, the manufacturer has
with a carload of the $25.00 number r
to sell at $16.50 each Get your ahkreS I tft ' ill
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' ' TOXIGHTS AMUSEMENTS,
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rrellig... , ,".,".trXlttlr Johnny JTon"
Marquam ..(.......-. "Mariana
Baker.. "ThQlrl With the Oreen Eyes"
Emplr......,...."Uncl.. Josh Pklns
Brand. . . i ........... j-. " Vaudeville"
Lyric ..'T. t. " Dawn"
fctar ..,"Slaves of Russia
Oak ...Vi O. W. P. Carlln
4 After standing-1) long year ef abue
from her huaband, Mrs. Osorg Harris
f 70 North Tenth tret ha at last
.ought relief from her spous. In th
police court. Her comptatnt charged
falm with unlng nithy and abusive lan-
guag. toward her. .Harrla yesterday
morning waa the plctur. of humllaton
and despair- and when hi wit waa
. about to tent try against mm, toox ner
' hand as a sign that he would forgive
and forget all. Mrs.-Harris waa then
wllHng to drop the cane and "five him
one mora' chance." Clerk Mennesy,
.however, arose and atated to Judae
Cameron th. full story of Harris, mla
treatment had never, been told, and the
court wanted to hear th. details. The
evidence ahowed that Mrs. Harrla had
to kep roompra to support hereelf.
owing to j Harrla aversion t. labor.
Harris, ah. said, had rubbed soap suds
in her eyes a ana bent over the Wash-
First and Oak
tub and In etHr waya treated her
cruelly. Upon plea of Mr. Harrla
Judge Cameron dismissed th. ciee, de
claring that Harrla would get SO day
th. next tlm. he appeared on any eourt
charge. : . . ; .... v. "r
, At IS .'clook tomorrow morning tit.
exhibition of th. superb collection of
Klser photograph of Oregon acenery
on display at the Portland hotel will
close and the vlewa wilL h. taken to
several Oregon - cities to bs displayed
before being placed on ' show in New
York, Boston, Philadelphia and other
eastern cities. Th. exhibition ha been
on. of the most successful ever eon.
ducted In Portland and many thouaand
of visitor hav. attended to view the
beautiful plctnre. The display repre
sents th. work of F. H. Klser and 1
worth about 140.000. -, Henry B. Corliss,
ssnlsted by Miss Esther Ounthsr, ha
been in charge of the exhibit. ,
: Better oltlsena is what w. - wank,
Stronger men, healthier mothers and
happy children. Our bodies constat of
what w. eat and what we drink. If
w. .at poor stuff snd drink "dope,
w. get tired, weak and Ufa become a
burden. The right way and the only
way la to ua. our brain, flgur. out the
natural law and follow nature. A ug-
f:atlon may be In order, via. Kt
Ight food, which Is easy to dlgeat, and
If you want anything stronger than Bull
. . w ... i i t t n ii
. i J .Bin. ... 1 1 unv .n.iuvu ui.iu ' il
utea cereal coffee, which simply la a
food drink, which aven can be given to
th. baby, Everybody taiKingaoout it.
A profit to th. county of S2.I4S waa
rarned during th. month of September
by th. county clerk' office according
to tne reppn sunmii'ea to me county
court this morning by County Clerk
Field. Th. statement shows that th.
total receipts of th. offlc. for Septem
ber were I5.JB1, whll th. expenses
were $ 3.00. Sis years ago. In Septem
ber,. 1001, th. expense of th clerk s of
fice so far axceeded th. receipt thet
there waa a deficit of 11,456. Th
prorita earned last - montn exceeaed
those earned In September, 1906, by
about 1450... ... .. . .., ri:.
Half ef tb. task of the deputy aher
Iff In locating th. KhUry family la
dona Th. husband. Nallb Khury. who
was wanted for disobeying an order of
th. county court to pay nia wire 130 a
month for her support, was .treated last
night by Iputy Sheriff- Bulgr and
lodged In th. county jail.- Khury had
gnn. to Spokane, but returned to the
city, yesterday, hi. attorneye having
M-rf a dlvorc. suit against Ml wife,
Th. deputies still hav. to And ' Mrs.
Khury to srv. upon her th. summons
In tb. dlvorc. complaint.
. Th contract for rebuilding th. east
approach of th. Burnsld. street bridge
and redecktng th. main structure waa
let yesterday afternoon by the county
court to Robert Wakefield, who will do
th. work for $29,000 and clos. th.
brldg. to all traffic for 0 daya By
paying about $6,000 more th. county
oould hav. had th. bridge open' to foot
Eassengnrs all th. time, but It would
av. been closed to team for 120 day,
or tw. month longer than will be th.
caa. under th. contract a let, where
all klnda of trafflo 1. barred. ,
Suit to condemn a part of th. right
of way for the proposed railroad from
Portland Yd Mount Hood was tiled in th.
circuit court yesterday afternoon by th.
Mount Hood Railway ft Power com
pany against Patrick McDonald and his
wife, Margaret. The land in question
la a strip 100 feet wide, embracing about
four acres. - Th. railway company and
McDonald hav. been unabt. to agree
upon th. valu. of th. right of way, and
a jury will bo called In the circuit eourt
to decide th. question for them. ..
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Th. unfortunat. man who waa found
In an unconscious condition in th base
ment of th. N.w Home lodging house.
Couch betwMn First and Front etreets,
last Friday morning and subsequently
succumbed to a fracture of th. akull,
wa. Identified yesterday a Thomas J.
Wise, a member of the Carpenters' un
ion, by several persons connected .with
that organisation. Wis. waa 4$ years
of age and nothing I known or his
relatives. It haa not yet been definitely
established how ha fell Into, th. cellar.
Columbia river cucumb.r will oon
rank with tha apple and plum raised
on her banks. J. H. Bonser foday
brought in' a cucumber raised by Mr.
Margaret Huston of Vancouver. The
vegetabla wa 11 Inch. long, 14 H
Inches In clrcumferene. and weighed
four pound and 14 ounoea . Mr. Bon
r saya he raised a larger on. in ltjS4
which measured 17 inchea in length
and weighed six pounds. ' .
' Judg. tVebst.r. in th. county court
this morning, denied th petition of E.
H. Hendeo for the removal of Dr. J. Al
ln Gilbert sa guardian of Marl Hen
dee. The Jurta-a ordered that Mra
Hende.' . relative and friend, be
allowed as much liberty to visit her as
they desired and directed that ah. re
main In th. car. of Vr. Gilbert for th
8unday th. n.w schedule In price for
eat at th. cheaper theatre WIU go. Into
effect. ' Tha ralae which amount to
about 10 cent, a seal will affect three
theatrea th. l.yrlo, the Star and- the
Empire. A meeting of the managers of
the housea affected wa held yesterday
afternoon and It waa decided to raise
th. price, at one . '
. Atanaa Tomeft I charged In th. jus
tic court with assault and battery. Bill
Nick 1 th. complaining wttnea. ' To
meff Wit placed under $110 ball which
ha gar. after spending a few hours In
th. county Jalt- Th. two. Bit war.
laborer on th.'bridg. balng built aeroa
th wtliameu river near ov, jonus y
tne i"or liana m dmiw. imiuvau.
rhara-tn - that her husband falsely
aocuaad h.r of Infidelity, Mra. Stall.
Foatrom haa filed a suit In th circuit
court for dlvorc. from Fred Foatrom.
Sh. aaya her huaband charged h.r with
loving Ol. Soreneon. They wee mar
ried February 11, 10T. Attorney. How
ard and MoCurtaln appear for Mrs. Fos-
tftMn." - -M.-7..". jr. a;... .' . ,
Stschen Ua fer many years night
watchman at th. courthouse, died at
hi horn, last night after an Ulnea ex
tending over several weeka. Lea wa. a
veteran of th. civil war. and hla long
year of service at th. county building
-.a, ft. I I.... It., ' rf frtanda
among, prominent poopl. of th. county.
' If suggestion for a slogan for East
Portland ' I In order and they want
everybody to talk about It, something
that will b In .v.rybody1 mouth thla
winter; In fact, bg th talk of th. town,
judging from th. general outlook, then
make th. slogan; "W. drink. Golden
Grain Oranulea" - - -
'. Th. capital stock of th. Dougherty
rithlan Shoe company has been In
creased from $160,000 to $1110,000 by a
resolution adooted by th. board of di
rector.. A cert I flcat. announcing th.
lncreaa. waa filed m th. offlc. of th.
county clerk tbla morning. ty u. a.
Flthian. ; -- - '7
F. J. Haines, 170 Third street. Import
er of coffees, tea, etc, and who also
carries a fin Una f crockery and glasa
ware, sells only on. Kind or eersai cor
fee. . He I particular about quality; it
must b. pur and h. sells the Golden
Grain Granules, th. full , weight cereal
coffe.. j . ....,,-. . . .
' Albert Brtttln of Chicago and Mra
Louise English of thla city were mar-
vImI last nlsht at tha horn. Of Dr.
Isabella Mackle, In th. prence of Im-
meillat. rrionns. in, tinioom ana sirs,
xiackio sccomrjanled the bridal couple.
Mr. and Mra. UrUtlal will maka tbclr
horn. In Chicago. . , ( ,
tl Mayer A Cow importer f hlgh
grade groceclea, 14S Third afreet, carry
no article In their .tore, which 1 not
of tha hlgh'st quality nd purity. That
Is th. reason why they ll Golden
Grain Granules, the 100 p.r cent pure
cereal coffee,, for children. Women and
men, ' "
' Esat Portland, Alblna and all living
on the east aide of the river unite on
one lemie. des "Explanation' in jour
nal Friday, Ot'toher 6.
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At St. Johna they have a fin. coffee
and tea store, owned by Mr. Frank Tay
lor, Th peoplt of St. Johna hav. re
flnl Uata, lot of advanced people llv.
th.ra, and that la th. reason for Mr,
jsyiors VIK uwiuwn v 1 m . . -
ulea Children, too, lov. thla cersal
COffM. , .
Th. women of th. congregation of
th. Whit. Tempi, will banquet th. SOO
mala members of th. congregation at
th church this evening at 7:S0 o'clock.
Rev. John M. Dean of Seattle will de
liver th. addreaa of the .venlng. Be
fore Jth. banqu.t a reception will be held
in th. parlor qr tne cnurcn. -
Alfred E Wheelock snd Edward D.
William, have opened office In th
Marquam building; wher. they will en
gage in th. praetic. of law. They wer.
admitted to the bar laat spring after
graduating from the law, department
of the University of Oregon. . ..
Commencing Friday, October 4, HOT,
th. Vancouver; Woodlawn, Alberta, Ru-ell-Shaver
and Broadway ear. wUl
cross th. river westerly ever th. Burn
sld. bridge, and easterly over the Steel
bridge until further notice, .win; t
track repair on Union avenue.
Article ef Incorporation of jthe Kern
Park, Christian church war. filed in the
offlc. of they eounty clerk thla morning
by H. E. Hall. L. W. Phelp and W. W.
Jackson. Tha property now owned by
th. church I .tlmated at $600. j
Article of Incorporation of th. 3. A.
Clemen son Drug company wer filed In
th. offlc. of th. county clerk this morn
ing by J. A. Clemenon, Herbert S. Cof
fin and J-W. Coffin. Capital etock. $10,
000. . -
Mr. and Mra Horac. Tlllard Jonea,
114 Eaat Third atreet, north, are re
joicing in the birth of an eight-pound
boy. Mr. Jone la a special agent In th
federal general land off!ca v
W have ' made big reduction. In
price on work ha mesa also buggy har
ness. Keller Harness company, 4
North Sixth street, between Couch and
The Weetern Importing company'ar.
now open for business In their jew
h-iL U.elAM U.rntiam hnlMLnv.
with an exquisite collection of Chinese
and Japanese goods.
Steamer Jesse Harktns, for Camas,
m 1 ... I BMA wv lnndinftra. dallv v.
eept Sunday. 1-eavee Washington street
dock II 1 P m. . r
Second hand office desks, rbalr nd
rugs for sal cheap. Colin Bros., ISO
Acme Oil Co, sell safety coal oil snd
fine gasoline, mono, iasi itf. h-iout
Klngler. Feat Sid Athletic cluh will
1 hold a reception Monday evening at
and Grand avenue, from $:$0 to 11 p.
m., when a concert program will be
given in the hall, and atbletlo features
and swimming; events will be given.
Prof B. A. Smith has removed muat.
studio V It Twelfth, corner of Colum
bia. -, , , v ... - - - ...
Woman' Exchange, 11$ Tenth street,
lunch 11:10 to I; business man's lunoh.
. Diamond a Watcheaw-Baclfs, 101 Alder.
Goodman's for watchea, til Morrtaon.
D, Chambars. optician. HI Seventh.
Ooodman's for diamond. 111 Mor.
Bark Tonlo for rhsumatlsm. '
TKACK TO CONNECT
. W1 Am, 4 A . Hi tllT
of the Houlton-St Helen Commercial
club held in the courthouse last .venlng
th. contract waa giv.n for tb. publica
tion or eeverai mousana asscripwve
pamphlet. - "' .
A committee of two men from each
town waa .elected t. rata, funds for
building a new walk between Houlton
and St. Helena and It was decided that
the walk enouia oe 01 crusnea rwa. ,
. . nr.. VvmIivmHum a TivavIm
eompanr, UI Couch bulldlnir. now And
mast v pr wo i ii
f ' ssw a jaaeasBi - .
, Gns Brmnsell Loses Ann.
' naelal Dtiaetea te Tae Saarsal.t
Roisa Ida. Oct. I. Out Brunaell
while endeavoring to board a train on
the Short Line near Orchard fell un
tha, wheels and loat an arm luat
below the elbow. He wa. brought to
a Bole, hospital wher. an operation
waa performed. He had been working
at orcnara lor some una
' Mason, Ehrman Co. are now located"
In their new quarters, Finn ana Kverett
If It's a new eia-n that Is wanted, phone
Elmer J. Wallace
897 Stark Street. Bet. Sth and Tta.
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Ten need hav. no fear of th. den
tal chair If you com. to our ofnee.
Our scientific methods of absolutely
painless dentistry are at your dis
posal without paying aa much aa you
nave been in th. habit of paying for
Brldg. Work, per tooth f 5.00
Gold Fillings, up from i,00
Silver Fillings, up from.. .j0
Enamel Filling, up from. ...f 1.01
Crowns, gold or porcelain. .. .ftS,M
Painless Extraction... ........ J0
Plates, up from..., $tS.OO
A guarantee for lo veara with all
work. Lady attendant . .
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Open evening until g and Sunday
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