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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1901)
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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1 901.
Fur Boas, "
Hn Jkercbiofs for'. Lvlies. Misses and Children ; Meo, Youths
and Bivs. The finet line ever shows in the city.
Oih'u until S o'clock.
5 iLSrir- n
it Our Toy Department J3SZ
f Shoo Flys, Cradles, Rockers and Chairs, Stoves, Iron Express Wagons
from fl.00 up aud many other things too numerous to mention.
I B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN.
J. F. BARKER & CO.
...FLINT'S SHOE 5T0RE...
fpSCT CS EE SIS -gBSi7 3! S g G35 O O O g:E3 S3 tE;Q"0,O1
e) WiSn Dove Uo n
Our cubtoniers pay as and they do il without kicking,
because we sell tbe beet groceries Btaple and fancy, at
the ruofit reasonable prices in the city. If yon riou't
know this to be a fact, prove it by giving as a trial
order. Thone 163. .
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when ou order them. CallUip 'Phone No. 181,
for ga J goods and good service.
OW'T FORGET Free Demon
stration of Blanhc's Famous
Coffees. OWE BAY ONLY.
tvtii i Mm m vw vvw m
R CLOYD St
If you want to buy a farm
If you want" furnished rooms
If you want to buy a house
If you want to rent a house
If you want to build a house
If you want to move a house
V don't know PAT
call on or address ...
and we present our claims for con
sideration to the
. FURNITURE .
buying public, confident that when
goods are examined and prices com
pared all purchase will be made
with as. We are showing the
greatest line of willow cobbler seats
of solid oak rockers ever shown in
Douglas county also a full line of
styles of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs
for IhuJ weatlier. It is here now
and will be with ue for "quite a
while." We have the necessary
footwear to complete your rainy
day costume, and a complete
and Rubbers. . . .
all np to the uual high standard
of quality and marked at usual
C. W. PARKS & CO.
LATE NEWS SUMMARY
STATE, GLMRAl, fO REIGN.
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
John M -tercon en Oreson pioneer,
formerly of Cottaee Grove, Loe conoty,
died at his Gold II ill borne lat week.
It is reported that the Booth, Kelly
Lumber Co. intend to eetablieb a Urge
saw mill on the lower , b.uiw wnere
there ta an immense body ol fine timber.
Chinese pheasants are reported as be
coming scarce in the Willamette raller,
their first Oregon home, on the aoeoont
of tbesnnoal daughter by reckless sports
men daring the open season
There are 2)02 schoolhooses La the
eUte, and o! that number 79 were con
trocled duriog the past year, two beicg
in Aluitoomab county and tnree in
Marion. Douglas leadt with H. while
four were constructed in each of Union,
Wallowa, Tillamook, Grant and Coos
counties. Eight new schools Looses
were erected in Lane count?.
Seoalor llnca bae introdacrd in the
senate and Representative Taylor in the
boose a bill providing for the pymeat
of a pension of 15,000 a yrar to Mrs. Me-
Kinley. A similar penaioa is no paid
to Mrs. Grant and Mra Gat field. There
is not likely to. be any opposition in
either branch of coogreee, a'thoogn
there is a possibility tbat an attempt will
be made to amend tbe bill so as to give
Mrs. Harrison tbe same amount.
Viot-Preeident KruttachoiU, ol the
Soolbern Pacific, announces tbat orders
nave been placed for 60 new freight en
gines, fiye passenger and 10 switch
gines, in addition to the 103 recently or
dered and which are now being deliver.
ed. Mr. Kruttfcbnitt e Hi mated tbe car
shortage on tbe Sooth Atlantic divieioo
at about 1000 per day, and to partially
relieve it be has ordered several ban
dred cars now tied up with New York
freight to Galveeton, where vewle have
been ordered from New York to receive
Congressman Weeks, of Michigan, who
arrived from Manila recently, when ask
sd a boot conditions in the Philippines,
aid : "I saw Aguinaldo and spent a
day with him. lie is not an intelligent
1 in a. a nrLX thin k.irtt. that h interior
in intelect to Americans. 11 Hems to
me not clever, but cunning. The general
opinion among the military men is tbat
Aguinaldo should be allowed to escape.
Us is a dead iseue and no longer a
menace to the United States. It is sop
posed that be does not want to mn sway,
as be would at once be aeoassinated by
the friends of Gen. Luna, whom hs or
dered to be killed.
Pretty Wedding at Scottsburg.
Miss Lacy Grabbe, youngest dsugbtsr
of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Grabbe, and Mr.
J. R. Siwyers, were joined in tbe holy
bonds of wedlock, Dae 13tb at 11a.m.
t tbe residence of the brida'a parent's,
Judge Tbompeon of Rjeebarg performing
tbe crexony. Toe bride's dress was
cream alpaca, with all tbe added pretti
nessof garniture. Miss Mary Sswysrs
dsof bier of Japob Sawyers, Sr., acted as
brides mid and Edwin Grubbe as grooms
man. Mies Sawyers was attired in a
andsomecoetua.eolgray. Meay haod-
some presents were presented to the
bride and groom. An elaborate lunch
was served to the few invited guests,
consisting of only a few immediate rela
tives ol tbe high contracting parties
They are both highly esteemed young
nd both of this county. Tbey will im
mediately take op their residence in
Drain where tbe groom has bosinees in
terests ss Proprietor of the Drain &
Coos Bay Stags line. The yonng peo
ple have the beet wishes of tlis many
friends and may tbey have all tbe
good to be foutid in this changeful life
and as few of its trials and tempests as
possible. Tbe Plaisdsaleh joius in ex
tending congratulations and wishes for a
long, happy and prosperous voyage
Attention, Poultry men.
A meeting of the Douglas County
Poultry Association is hereby called to
meet at Slocom'a If all, Salordxy evening
atb:dup. m. All members ol toe asso
ciation and all parties interested in pool
try lor pleasure or proot are Invited to
attend. By order of F. L. Calkixs,
Eden bower M. E. 8. 8. will parlicb
pats in the enj jvmenti of a well decora
ted tree Christmas eve; under the au
spictes ot toe uanday ecaooi. All are
All work dons by tbs Title Guarantee
Loan Co., J. D. Hamilton, manager
is guaranteed absolutely correct. Ab
stracts of titles sre worthless unl
Drylnff preparations simply devel
op dry catarrh ; they dry up the secretions,
which adhere to the membrane and decom
pose, causing a far more serious trouble than
the ordinarv form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
ing inhalants, 'fumes, smokes and snuffs
and use that which cleanse, soothes and
hmla. Elv'a Cream Balm is such a remedy
and will cure catarrh, or cold in the bead
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. AH drugsts sell the
50o. size. Ely Brothers, 66 Warren St., N.V.
The Balm cures without pain, does not
irritate of cause sneezing. It fpreads itself
over an irritated and angry surface, reuev.
ina immediately the painful inflammation
With Ely's Cream ISalm you are armed
SECOND ANNUA L POULTRY SHOW
To be Held at Roseburg. Dec. a6th,
37th and 38th.
Bfei'LAB CASH rjlKMll'MS. .
Caali premiums open to the world will
be paid according to oom petition in poul
try cleesee, I. e Hens, Cockerels and
Pullet of all varieties, as follows :
1st. 2od. 3rd
Gentries 12 00 $100 Gstd
8 M 1 00 W
4 - 50 25
6 entries $3 03 tl 50
4 2 00 1 00
! " , 1 00 50
Ii only one entry is mads the fee
Best Pen in American
- 2 50
Best in Asiatic class. .
Best in Mediterranean
Best pair docks (old or
young) each variety 1 60 1 00
Beat pair turkeys (old
or young each variety 1 60 1 00
Largest and bast ex
hibit of poult nr.. . 2 60
Largest exhibit of Chi
nese Pbeaaantc 2 50
Largest exhibit of Sil
ver Pheasants..... 2 50
SKJBOKS ALL VABItTIM.
... 1 00
Ko entry fee, bat tbe exhibit mast be
gotten np in an attractive form different
varieties separately and each named.
Best 12 Whhs Egfl SI 00
BestT? Brown Eggs 1 00
Heaviest 12 Ez, any color 1 00
Best 12 Dock Eggs 1 00
Beat display (not less than 6 vsrilies 2 00
xotk. Display of Ects most be in
show room not later than Dec. 26th.
No entry fee.
Feathers on bead and wings to remain
nnplncksd lor parpose of identification.
Heaviest and beet dressed turkey . .11 00
- . - gooes... 1 00
M " docs ... 1 00
" " " capon... 1 00
" pair foals.... 2 00
Largest and beet dmplev 4 00
In above dreesed poultry competitions
only thorough bted poaHry will be sc
eepted and shall be brooghl to the show
room so as to be on etnibitioo Dec 27th
irsriAL ch rtMicxi.
Fpeclsr premiums will t swarded to
the bigiim ecorina: Cock, Cockerel, Meo
and Pullert in t-ach variety, according to
tbe following la We. Solii colored birds
to be handicapped one point in this com
Score 92 pointe f 1 00
" " 1 25
" 92.S " 1 60
" v: 1 75
" 93 " 2 00
" 3'4' " 2 50
03'- 3 00
93?4 4 00
" W - 6 On
P M. Matbiewe. Sopt., F. B. Hamlin,
bee. Roseburg; W. W. Browoiog o Og-
den, Utah, Jodge. Admission 10 cents,
easoo Ucksts 25 cent.
B. B. Barton, who lately lemoved to
Portland, Ore., from San Joss, Cel. .will
deliver bis famous lectors entitled "In
tbe Corridors of Antiquity, or a U
Yankee abroad with a grit-Beck" at tbs
Christian Church on Thursday evsoiog,
Der. 19th ,1901.
Tbs lecture is of rational repute! ion, a
rplendid orator, and on who will not
fail to entertain. The lrcture is both in
struct! vs and bumotous, being a graphic
portrayal of a trip through tbs ruins and
late explorations of ancient Pale-Una,
Rome, and other conn tries.
Mr. Barton comss very highly recoa
mended as a platform orator and as a
person who is thoroughly convirsenl
with bis subject, and those wbo do not
bear him will miesan intsUcctoal treat.
Don't Forget to Read This.
Oar fall and winter goods bava arrived
and yoa will find bars) tbe largest and
most complete Una of dress goods, outing
flannels, fascinators, underwear, hosiery
blankets, curtains,- cloaks, capes, etc.
Also Buciinbsm A Hscht, boots and
shoes, robber goods, oil clothing, over
coats, and a I ins of men and boys' cloth
Ing tbst cannot be beat. Wa aUo
carry miners' supplies snd a fresh and
complete stock of groceries.
Come and let as show yoa oar large
sesortment and give yoa prices. Oar
aim is to give yoa good values and treat
yoa rtsbt. Give as a trial.
A W .1 . . . n u m. m XJ 1,1.11. .la
we are also stents for tbs Oliver
Chiliad plows snd extras. (n4U)
If, In tbs past you bsvs had trouble
with your typewriter ribbons, ssnd
sample order to E. L. King, No. 218 San-
Boms Street, San Francisco, and see if
yoa can't get a better .ribbon for Seventy
nve cents men yoa Dave been paying a
dollar for. $7 per dozen any color and
Ior any machine. E. L. Kino,
Pacifies Coast Usnsrsl Agent.
218 Sausoms St., Ssn Francisco. U18
Elaborate arransementa are beinil Ths work is in charge 01 u 11 wan,
made by the Roseburg- lodae. Foresters
of America, for a grand ball
De givn id vuw opera .noave unnstmaa
eve. ina r oreeters' wett known reputa
tion as royei entertainers wtn ta fully
sustanea on tnis occasion, tbs success
of which is already assured. Don't fir
get toe date, U
IRELAND IS TOO ANGRY.
forces King and Qseea to Post-
pone Their Visit.
TKEMW POSTMISTER GLNERU.
Canal Treaty Ratified.
Lunooii, Dec. 17. Tbe World today
ssys the proposed visit of King Edward
and Qoeea Alexandra to Xraland, which
was tiun take place) to ths spring or
after bis majesty's coronation, has been
abandoned on account d tbe disturbed
W ashiihitvN. Dec. 17 Announce
ment was mads today tbat Postmaster'
General Smith has teadsrsd bis resigna
tion and tbat It baa been accepted.
Henry C Payne, National aom niiltee, of
Wisconsin, bsa been offered the position.
and baa accepted it.
aooskVBXT'B aaiBun stud.
M akchisteb, Vt., Dec. 17 A letter
basjoet been leoeived from Captain
John Coff, at Morocco, saying tbat be
xpected a fin blooded Arabian saddle
bores to reeh him from tbe interior
about Dec. 10. Hs say the animal
will be shipped to Wasbiogton for ths
Washmutok, Dee. 16. Tbe Senate to
day ratified tbe Hav-Pococefote I-th-
maln Canal Treaty, bv tbe decisive voU
of 73 to 6. Toe principal . speech ol tbe
dy wsa made by Senator Teller in op
position to tbe treaty.
aSOLUM COMMKXTUX TBK4TT.
rv it wi K .k--.iu,
LoKDoa, Dec 17 -WU, tbe sxceaUoo
of tbs Globa tbe alter noon newspioert
today comment approvingly on the rati j
flcalion of tbe Hey-Pauncelote treaty by
ihe United States today. TbeGk) e sees
in lbs overwhelming majority ior the
ratificatioa proof that tbe compact is re
garded as oiie-eided, and calculated to
adversely effect British political and
com mercial iutereei a.
Senator Teller's offensive phraee, ' In
her present mood cleeny eia-mbee, the
paper says, "Ute convicwon mat tog-
land has beooms too eui.etaeiv to stand
np lor her rights sgaieet me great repub
lic." Toe Globe conclude : "It is a surren
der. rv,t a baricaia. We band ever ne.
tional property as pnvtaase money f jT
BKR tHbaSUB kXjAOSU.
SrsiJiriEU,0 , Dec. 16. Tbe engage
ment wae aeDonnced today, ol Captain
Richmond P. llubeoo, aud Mwe Eleanor
Ludlow, of this ci'y, oeice of ex govern
or Butboell. tbe weoaing wiu use
place in February.
Klamath Lake Railroad.
A gang of workmen betas work in
g tadiog, laet Thursday, for tbe projected
railroad to be built te Pukegama,
Klamath loouty, lur which preparatione
have been going on at Laird's for sever
al weeks, Tbs 8. P. Co. recently built
s spar track and established a station at
Laird's, and the work of surveying snd
putting material on tba ground tor the
proposed railroad work bas sines been
progressing. On Wednesday las', sr.
ticlea ot incorporation with a capital
stock of $1,000,000 wars filed with tbs
county clerk of Siekiyoa county. The
directors for the first year are, George
Mason, of Los Angeles; Uervey Lin ley,
John .E. Coffin and Dean Mason, of
Klamathoo ; J. F. Farrahar, of Yreka.
George Mason and Hervey Lindlsy each
take 300 shares, 130,000; John E. Coffin
snd Dean Meson each 100 shares; James
J. Farrbsr 10 shares, $1,000. Dean Ma
son of Klamatbon baa been sleeted treas
urer of tbs corporation and $15,000 has
beea paid into bis bsada, being over 10
per cent ot tba stock actually subscribed,
Ihe term ot corporation is to be let for
50 years. Its objects are stated to lay
oat, construct and maintain a standard-
gangs railroad from Lairds station to a
point between tba lower falls snd Fall
Creek, and the oca to a point on ths Oie
gon and California boundary . line, a
distance of 15.0 Bailee from the starting
point; thence into tbs stats ol Oregon to
tbs intersection with the present logging
railroad operated by tba Pukegama Sa
gs Pino Lumber Company, in Klsmatb
county, 22 miWs ; thence In a general
north-easterly direction to Upper Klam
a'b Lake, a distance of 43 miles, mak
ing In all 85 miles ot railroad pre jected.
In addition to constructing this railroal
ths company is empowered to engage in
building and running stssmere on Klam
ath Lake. Klamath River and its tribu
sries and to eetabliab docks, . coostuct
wbarvea. telegraph and telephone lioea.
Drilling for oil at Springfield.
Eugkkb, Dec 17 After many delay,
which were unavoidable, the Great West
Oil and Coal Compaoy this afternoon
about one o'clock began tbe work of dril
ling for petroleum on the N. Hill place,
leased by tbe company, on tbs outskirts
ol Spricgfisnd, just a stone's throw irom
tbs big bridge which spans the Willam
ette river at that place.
Tbs work bas been going merrily on
daring tbe afternoon snd lsrgs crjwds
ot Springfield citisene snd a number
from Eugene bava watched operations
I wbo bas bad large experience in the oil
to drllllnc business, and he is assisted lv
J. 0. Bee be, wbo is sngineer, and T.
Gold pern, optical goods sod Souyernlr
spoons 4t Kalsman'a,
VA'dtvVM:MK V.VA A
Tiium I.TnviiMvvii Mltn :
Mim Bbwib KioDas, AaaociaU p
Last 8atjrday afternoon was a red
f&fr".? T(TYPEWR ITER
ui luutuau iua naa oeen piayea oere ior
several years was played in tbs Bellows
Field In West Roseburg between Cottage
Grove and tbs Rosebnrg High Bcboo.
In the ttret hall Roseburg kicted off to
Cottsge Groye. Tbroogboot tbis beli
each side maintained a stnbhorn resv-
tance s-i that no gains wsrs made either
way and in the second half it was precise!
tbe same thing until tbe very last mom
snt whsn Cottage Grove scored a toad -down,
Half Back Blair earring tbe pig
skin over the goal line. The game was
a close one from start to floisb and it
was the general opinion that neither
sids would scxe and that tbe game
would be a draw. In tbe evening tbe
teams were given a reception by the bas
ket ball team in Stocums 'Htll and
everybody reports a very enjoyable time.
Tbs beet of feeling still esieu between
tbe two teems. The Cottage Grove boys
are true gentlemen and we bops' in the
near fo'ure to once mors have a rooteet
sitb tbem'for athlstie hooora. The
grounds used In the gams Saturday wsrs
given for tbs ocrasfoa free of charge aad
theedi'oroi behalf of the footbill team
wishes t-i most beertttr thanks Mft Bel
lows for bis kindness and geoeroaky.
moll or --..
Tiie following napiia have beea ssith
er e'weot nor tardy, and navw received
a gra le of one in each branch of study
aad in department, for tbe snoots) end
ing Dec 13, 1V01: Fred VToaao
Francis Rialy. Van Gilbert, Maad CHa.
Locy Bridges, Broee Bridges, ArcbieJack
son, Raymond Hewitt, ArKe Oewgsr,
Grace Marstera, Insa Clamsats, Vests
Mulligan, Jos Win tare, Harold Smith
P. H. Black. Bessie Carton, Bay Mus
ters, Mary Uodsoa, La ore Everts, Lela
Dimmick, Beaete Kidder, Parl - Heals,
Fred Adams, Edna Parley, Millia Saottb
I)olle Smith, Bird Tiptoe, Alios Mabn
M BrT. Cecil Black, Eva Fanlkner,
Graos Majre, Ladle Bsgtdale
Cordon, Vivian Card veil.
Wharton. Vtvia i French, Andrew Mat-
tbeaf, Roeeoe Marstera and Adelaila
Pithy aad Pwiatcd.
Toere woolU't be ntnch dancieg if
wasn't for tbe bugginr.
Now is a good time to begia prsctkiog
on 'sw Ytwr's reaolut
A sharp man like a tecs abenld never
be set down on tbe second tiaae.
It doe' t take long for a woman to find
her husband oat after marriage.
The "respectable" place tbat gives
dit a eUrt downward does more barm
than the Bombed dive.
Tue work of raiaina 1 1 10.000 for tbe
rausom of Mies S one go.e bravelv sm.
J Tbia looks like a nntiy steep fifere lo
lay for an old maid.
The editors of two newspapers in
Mineouri town have jaat goUeei married
and now there ill be only one naps'
tbe town. Tbis ie an up-to-date item
A neb man sometimes envies bis poor
neighbor, but if be waa to swsp p'aces
UiO fust thing hs'd do would bo to try an'
git rich agin.'
A few days sgo s Benton county lather
bought shoes in Ibis city lot bin tsmily.
It took fourteen pairs of shot a to to
around and even then the father went
without. G alette.
A liar he burg woman being enable to
miik e cow whscb bad always been at
tended by men went aad put on a pair
of overalls, aed there wao no further
trouble, sad yet there are people wbo
insist tbat woman are not geniuses.
A Southern Kansas editor bad ample
grounds recently for taking a brief Tac
tion. Tbe good sieters of a church or
ganisation banded him a notice that tbey
would give a "8pider Web Social,"
which appeared Utrr in tba paper as a
Spinale Leg 8ocial." .
A Tennessee girl tbe other night stole
oat over the sleeping form of ber soother
eloped with and married bar lover. Tbat
is tbe kiod ol a wife wwth having. Il
ehe can slip oat over ber mother' with
out awakeniug her, aha ought to be able
to slip out over ber sleeping spouse
kiudle fires without awakening htm.
Of Interest te Miners.
Claim jumpers occasionally do a great
ibjoetice to ciaim owners through a mn
taken nutton as to whether the anaul
representation work baa beea done. It
often happens tbst tbe claim i iraper
baa no other authority for assuming that
a claim is jompable than the tact that
no record of anuual representation woik
haa been made in the offloe ot tbe coun
ty clerk. In default of the record he as
sumes tbat the claim baa been abandon
ed. He is not jjailfled in this. Tbe
taw does oot make snch a record manda
tory. It does not even n quire H to be
made. It merely sa j 8 tbe claim owner
may" make such a record withio teen
ty days from the completion of such
work, settiog forth certain facts. Tbs
only advantage ot making such a record
I- tbat the law cons' r nee ss a piima lacit
evidence tbat tbe work haa been done
If a claim is jumped after tbe ssssss
ment work bas been recorded, tbe bur
den ol proof is upon ths jumper to sbow
that tbs work has not been done as con
tern plated by law; on the other hand It
the assessment work la hot recorded
tbe burden ot proot rests upoo lbs own
er ol the claim to show that the woik
bas been done. .Aside from these
features of tbe caee tbe matter of record
cuts no figure. Ths tuan who jimps tbe
claim simply because the annual
ment work baa not yet been recorded
taking too many chances ThS'only
sals way is o bsvs personal knowlsgs
fiat the work he s not been done. Oot
tage Grove l6dsr.
rice. $35-oo fM
Guaranteed to eUal any
L. KING, Gen'l Agent, 2i8
W- C COlMIsTER, r.ocaI Agt., Rosebnrc
Who will win the Prize?
For every 50 cei.t purchase at my store yea not only get
value received in the irebet sad beet Breceriee in loan - -
at lonest prieee. be a ticket which may make you tba
winner of tbe haa1aoma pris lb astra Urge wax doll,
now on exhibition io my store window. Call early before
tbe tickets sre all out.
, THE GROCER '
ALBUMS AND PHOTO MOUNTS AT
CHURCHILL & --WOOL-LEY
F. C LADO.
Have you seen the.
just received at
IF YOU WISH A NICE PRESENT
FOR A FRIEND YOU SHOULD CALL
AT ONCE AND GET FIRST.CHOICE
"The Racket Store"
Tirprtmrn rn -r?r rv - - -
As Christmas Approaches!
The hearts of tbe H and yonng alike are filled with delight.
r I 'SHE old as they rvmember years gone by when they were ej
X I toddlers at their ni there kne, looking forwa d wit
anxious deligb to what
as sincerely liopeanta Claus will still rvniemb them : ?
in their declining years The young well, Santa CIau
will hardly forget them. We have provided o,nite liber- ,J.
ally for Santa Clans' selection in suitable gifts for all.
e Toys, a nice selection ; Dolls, little o ee, biz ones, pretty ones, the
de tght of your little girls ; Express VVagnus, Air Guns, in fact toys
I of all kiinls for your boys; Albums, Toilet Cases, Handkerch els,'
Handkerchief Boxes, Xeckties, Hats, Cape, Suits of Clothes, Shoes,
V Shirts. Dress Patterns, Veh-ets, Silks space will not allow as U
enumerate everything we have making suitab e gifts. Many, many $p
Ay things more will you dnd in our store. We invite you to look over ej
A our stocks and enggeet early buying. You are well aware of tbe A
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dissppMiitiuent at the very last w
WE WISH YOU A VERY
N. SELIQ, Myrtle
formed in Roseburg
1 hi 1 ii
have incorporated under the above
name. Their stock consisting of 475
Dolls to sell from 1 penny to $5; yx
souvenir views of Roseburg from 15
cenls to 75 cents each: 100 toy trains,
steam and hot air engines from 10
" cents to $3.75 each; tool chests, hobby
horses, wagons, crokinole and all
kinds of game boards from 15 cents to
$5 -"5; Christmas tree ornaments.
We ha e nothing to give away, nor do we have any arm prices
lor anv competitors, but we will guarantee if you trade w ith us
we will save 20 per cent on all of this line of goods.
BEARD & SANTA CLAUS
. . - Aa
Sansome St., San Francisco
See those i and $2
banta llaus would bring. Ll Tit
en stocks are all brokeu.
Canyonvillr, Orwaon '