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  • November 2, 1913

  • November 2, 1913
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  • November 2, 1913
    The circuit court will resume its sessions Nov. 4, the first matter being the arguments in the trial of Mrs. Ownie Knutzen, charged with assault to commit mayhem upon Mrs. Philo Bivens during the progress of a quarrel over an irrigation ditch last July. All the testimony was introduced yesterday. The adjournment was taken to the court until after the election tomorrow.
    The opening services at the Methodist Episcopal church, corner of Bartlett and Fourth streets, last evening was of a most interesting character. The music, accompanied by hearty congregational singing, was fine. A large audience was present and two presented themselves at the altar and were happily converted. These meetings will continue throughout the week. Everybody invited. Excellent music led by a chorus choir under the direction of F.C. Edmeades. Come.
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    Five-sixths of the automobile stage lines in Oregon are using Cadillac cars. For endurance and comfort they cannot be beaten for the money invested. The car that always does the work. Two speed direct drive axle, the greatest improvement of all in the automobile line. Speed can be regulated to suit all sorts of roads and conditions. The change in gears is made instantly by pushing an electric button.
    Ask the 1913 Cadillac owners how they like their cars. The 1914 is still more improvement.
    THE HALL TAXI CO. has run a 1913 Cadillac seven-passenger fifteen thousand miles this season without one dollar mechanical expense, making their Crater Lake trips loaded heavily with passengers and baggage.
    IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR A CAR THAT IS SOME CAR, COME AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE
    COURT HALL & SON
    Selling Agents for Jackson County
    Headquarters at Nash Hotel
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