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Vol.. XXXIII. - rTT- .ROSKBURG. DOUGLAS COUNTY,! OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 13. 1902.
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.. INVENTORY SALE
SHOES and ... ;
. 1 - at a price you can-
not equal' in any
J city. ,
in fact everything
in the store at a
price you 7 will 3r
! know is right and 4&
C hildren's Rubbers 15 cts. per pr. Jf
Oien until 8 o'clock. t.
I A HaoDV and Prosnprniis
M m f 1
is the wish of B. W. STRONG, the Fur
niture man, and in line with our wishes
we have a few special bargains to offer
for 1 5-day s. ' TO CLOSE OUT a lot of
remnants of Wall Paper for 5 and 10 cts.
-per double" roll to -make room for new
stock" that will arrive later.
Several lots of Brussels and Ingrain Car- k
pet remnants, containing from 5 to 15
yls. that we will sell at eiecial bargains. 5
A ffr ruA i1 i rm that fa am mwI
we have, only in broken seta, at 6iecial values., Remember the place. " S
i B. W. STRONfi.
5 THE FURNITURE MAN. Roseburg.Ore 5
Bring Us Your ...
; J. : CHICKENS.
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
J.F. BARKER d CO.
Have lfCfV- ,! j
'ku. COFFEE J"'
'with your breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
its own you don't get it in any other brand.
JKRUSE & lEWLm
, ' Sole Agents,
Rosebtirg, . Oregon,
Staple a nd
; Guaranteed fresh
and sold at prices
as low as the low-
All kinds of fruit
andCountry . .
MI 2 HI
. THAT THIS .
I y. . ?Jk ON EVEPY ,
$3.00 OS i $3.00
Kibo T Kid, heavy
stitched sole, medi
um low heel, high
' wanip, a snug close
fitter and very styl
ish. Only one of ma
ny styles to choosa
J froui.i: i . 4 . : , .
...FLINTS SHOE STORE...
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
- ' tresn Groceries, and to get them promptly
u when ou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181
for gor d goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS cS: CO.
STATE, GENERAL, fO REIGN.
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up In Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
The books of the Ltuo county official
are to be exported.
Wheat it quoted in the Portland mark
et at from 62 to 64 cents.
. Eugene grocers bave adopted the
even o'clock eveoinic closing.
4 Two thousand new buildirgs were
erected in Tortlavd during 1901.
The Oregon Farmers Congress had
successful eeesion at Salem last week.
The hotel men of Albany bave agreed
io charge for sample rooms in the
The Nicaragua Canal bill baa passed
the House by a vote of 308 in its favor
to 2 against.
Game Warden Quimbly ears tbe game
law is beneficial, and that deer and elk
Bill providing a temporary form of
government for tbe Philippines was in
There baye been 250 caees of Manila
itcb, smalliwx or whatever it is, at
Marsbfield, with only one death.
- The subscriptions to tbe Lewi and
Clark reotennial fund amount to 332,
000, and are tti.l growing, at Portland.
Toe children of Pocto Rico this year
were introduced to civiliiation by being
shown Santa Clans for the first time.
Great is Uncle Sam.
No efforts will be made to stay tbe
execution of Wade and Dai ton. Tbe
death wan ant are signed. They mnst
baog the last day of this month.
William F. Eaetbam, the last survivor
of tbe jury who convicted the five Indi
ans of the Whitman murder in 1S47,
died in Marion county last week.
It k estimated tbat tbe 1901 taxes
will be 25 per cent higher in this eocnty
than tbey were last year, which is owing
to the locreeee iu tbe state levy, says a
Same mosabacks at Cottage Grove de
feated tbe school tax levy and now tbat
dty is without schools. Tbe progrece
ive citizens of the city nere not progress
ive ecoogb to turn out to vote.
The Pilprims are to be carried to Mrc-
ra 00 modern trolley cars. Cleveland
and Chicago Capitalists have a contract
and concesiiions for building a line from
Cario, Egypt, to Mount Sinai.
Cash or nothing is tbe demand of the
brigands holding Mies stone, If Miss
fftoneaerea handsome young woman
instead of a very plain old maid the cash
would be pungled out mighty quick.
I. W. Baird has been notified tbat
Ringliog Bros circus ill visit Portland
this season, and also Buffalo Bill's Wild
West show. One will probably arrive
here in the spring and the other ia the
summer. Oregon iau.
John O. Booth. C. E.' Harmon and P.
H. Hartb, of Grants Pass, and Jadge H.
L. Benson bave, it is reported, been sub
poenaed by the court of Modoc county,
Cel., to serve as jurors in tbe celebrated
lynching trial now being held at Lookout.
Frank P. White, tbe Cottage Grove
assayer, dropped dead from heart failure
at Express, Baker county last Wednes
day. He was also a well known school
teacher, and a school mate of tbe Plais
okaub's editor. His remains were in
terred at Cottage Grove.
Tbe Pencaylani Railroad company
proposes to tunnel North and East rivers.
New York, at a cost of 150,000,000. It
considered the greatest engineering
conception of the century, and it will,
when completed, constitute the elicit
wonder of tbe world.
The other day, Ray Willoughby, a
Eugene druggist was given a small bot-
t'e, by a customer, to be filled with ni
tric acid. When tbe acid was poured
into tbe bottle an explosion occurred and
tbe druggist was badly burned aboat
the face. Tbe bottle formerly contained
c rbolic acid and when tbe unfriendlf
acids met there was war.
U 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
If vou don't know PAT V; r rbtloifeln!.
cu on or address ... T. W.t6rjs3V
White City by the Sea Gardiner.
Tbe Lily has arrived, two weeks from
Two schooners which have been bar
bound for several weeks got outside last
Mrs. James Smith who baa a little son
a few days old is quite seriously Hi.
Capt Cornwall is to be with us again,
be will bave charge of tbe tog.
T. W. Andre we brought a email son
down from ScotUbmg - last week for
Rev. W. W. EdmondsoD wsnt np to
Scottsburg Friday to conduct tbe fonera
services of Mrs. Andy Bawyer.
Uncle Billis Pitt who has been ailing
for tome time ia not visibly worse.
Whooping cough still smong tbe little
folks, little Harry Smith baa develop d
Tbe family of-Peter Nebon, went op
the river Thursday, they were celled to
Long Prairie, by tbe death of Mrs. Nel
son's mother, the family bave tbesym.
patby of all in tbe demise of tbi veiy
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eaile bave return
ed bom Eugene, from a visit to Mrs
Earle's pvenU, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Pal
mer. Mrs Henry Wade, Mr. Janelle. Mrs.
Reed and Mrs. Woods, bave gone on a
business trip to Rose burg.
death or xaa. vakkis Sawvess.
Mrs. Sawyers after being' in failing
health for several months petard away
quietly on the early morning of Jan. 2nd
1902. Mrs. Sawyrra as a pioneer of
tbe early 50's, baring come from Ne
Orleans on a sailing vessel around Cape
Horn, with ber husband and two small
children. She was tbe mother ol ten
children, five of whom together with ber
aged busl aod survive ber; also numer
ous grand children, namely, Mies Fan
nie Sawyer, Mrs. Margaret Nelson, Wm.
Sawyer, Mrs. Auaa Retd of Idaho and
Mrs. Kittte Stearns of Los Angelas Calif.
Mrs. Sawyers was born July 5tb 1822, 00
toe ocean near tbe coast, of Maine, aod
wasoflriab parentage, aod was cosa-
queoUv in ber 80th year. She passed
the most el ber Lie on tbeir farm 9 miles
from Bcoitsbnrg, except 7yrs. which tbey
spent iu Roseborg for acquiring tbe ado-
cation of tbeir children. Like all tbe pkw
eer women she mu universally known
tbroogb tbie country, and always will be
remembered for ber kindness to ber
friends and naigbbote and ber sterling
worth and was prepared to go when
tbe death an gal came to bear ber away
to tbs Great Beyond; aiti ouch she did
not onite herself with any church. Sne
waa laid to rest in tbe cemetery near
Soot labor, where man friends and
relatives gathered to pay tbeir last rt-
pett to tbeir departed friend.
Born. Near bcottsborg, Jan. 3rd to
Mr. snd Mrs. Fred Weatberly a son.
I: is reported tbat John Campbell and
wife of Harvey Creek are loth quite ill.
We are sorry to learn tbtt Mias Etta
Harvey is not at all improved. - Mies
Harvey bas been in qwte poor health
for aeveral months.
Tbe M. E. Church expects to have a
a good revival soon, with W. W. Edmon
son as tbe leading worker ia tbe cause.
French Settle meat News.
ANOTHER TRAIN V, HECK
GOV. SHAW SUCCEEDS GAGE.
A Brief History of the New Secretary
of the Treasury.
He is an earnest Methodist.
He is opposed to dancing.
He never drank liquor nor lasted
He belongs to no secret society.
He is democratic snd, it ia said, treats
bis servants as bis equals.
He is both banker and lawyer.
He leaped from obscurity into politi
cal prominence by replying to a free
silver speech of W. J. Bryan.
He is 64, very bale and vigorous.
He waa born in a log cabin in Vermont,
and spent bis boyhood on a Vermont
He earned with bis own labor the
money tbat put LimlLnugh college.
He tsys bis tut-tees in life is dne to
He always got to bis law office at.7 a.
m. and stayed till 10 p. m.
un account ol tbe irregular snrveyf of
many of the townships in the Ronnhnrir
land district, it ia almost impossible to
locate section corners without a copy of
the Government enrvey. Frank E Al
ley, A Detractor of title city, bai a com
plete set or tracings of all surveyed town
snips, ana will lurnlnh blue prints of
sams, showing all vscant land, at f 1
Farmers are bosv (arming.
Tom Scott and David Daniels are busy
E. W. Diller is hauling boards to town.
Geo. A. Oane of Roseborg, was a visi
tor at R. A. Woodruffs last week.
F. W. Ward of Wardton waa tbe guest
of WUuoa Bro. one svsnlng last week.
Mrs. Leba of Cleveland was seen pas
sing through oar settlement one day last
. Hon. J. W. Conn took a load of bogs, to
town Thursday.. . f, ' . u
B, A. Woodruff and G. A. Crane, wars
county seat visitors Tnnreday.
Mrs. Tom Scott is viiitingber ' mother
at Drain. ' .
Mr. Dillard Clioklnbeard of Coos
County is visiting bis sister MniT MoH
Woodruff. - -. - . . . .
Miss Agness Brlggs of Millwood waa
tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoilis
last week. How aboat to is Joe? "
Geo. Wilson and Fat Woodruff wars
school visitors Friuay,
W. F. Emory waa seen in our settle
ment last Saturday, j
H. E. Wilson, V. 8. Woodruff, Jos
and Gilbert Hoi lis attended tbe dance at
Millwood Wednesday night aod reported
a good time. '
Mrs. R; A. Woodruff was visiting in
Ctsve'and, Thursday. ;i
Mist Sadis Hatfield returned to Drain
Saturday after spending tbe holidays at
Among those wbo visited the city Sat
urday were; Mr. and Mrs. H D. Ward,
Mr. and Mrs. F.M.Matbsws, E.H.Crane,
J. W. Conn, 0. W . Hat field, Geo. Scott,
John Hoilis, A. E. Clayton, V. 8. Wood-
raff, Geo. and Howard Willson and Carl
A very pleasant suprlse party was giv
en Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn Thurvday
evening. The evening was spent in
songs and Instrumental music, then all
returned to tbeir many bomes express
ing themselves as having sprots pleas
ant evening! - "Only One.
WANTED SEVE UAL PERSONSjOF
cnaracter and good .reputation In each
stats (one in this county required) to re
present snd advertise old established
wealthy business bonae of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expends additional sli parable in cash
each Wednesday direct from bead
offices. Hone and carriages furnished,
when necessary. References Enclose
aelf-addrenead stamped envelope. Man
ager, 810 CextoQ Building, Chicago,
Engine and four Cars Left
ENGINEER AND riSEnUN INJURED
.Accident Occured Near Myrtle
Creek. No Fatalities.
- Engine Wrecked. .
The southbound local passenger train
No. 11, met with a disaster nns and
one-ball miles north of Myrtle Creek at
6 :30 o'clock last Thursday evening at
small trestle near tbs wagon road cross
ing. The scsns of this disaster waa only
about fiftv yards from tbs spot where
eight or nine years ago tbe engine of
the north bound overland in charge of
Engineer Dick Morris and Fireman Geo,
Gallisgs, crashed iotoa pile of ties which
had been placed on the tract for lbs pur
pose of wrecking ths train. It waa stat
ed by thoee who visited tbs wreck of last
inorsnay sveolng that it seemed s mira
cle that Engineer Frank Connolly and
Fireman Rupert Jones escaped with
tbeir lives, ss tbeir engine. No. 2194, af
ter bumping along on tbs ties lor a abort
distance toppled over into s ditch and
waa coosKHTsbiy demolished. The en
gine apparently left tbs Usck at tbs
roadcroadng, from what cause ia not
known, and after putting down tbs
breaks and reversing tbs engine both
attempted to jump, the engine toppling
over at tbs same Urns, and s range to
My both men . cams oat of tbs
(atrial crash with only alight injuries
Engineer Connolly's injuries coo slated
onlyots sprained wrist, a few bruises
aod a fearful shaking np, whits his fire
man, Jooee, susts'ned a fracture of tbe
left arm below tbe elbow, a severely
bruised right leg and an injury to bis
jaw which prevented him from talking
for a short time after tbe accident.
Jones was taken to ths company's bospi
tal at Portland fur treatment and En
gineer Connolly returned to bis home ia
Roseborg and both men are getting
along nicely, tbe Utter being ready lor
doty again, but the former wUl belaid
op tor some tints doting nhichtime,
however, h will forlaoate'y draw $15 a
week avddeot policy which be recently
obtained tbroogb ex-Engineer Walter
Dreuaeo wbo represents a Saa Francisco
io co ranee company.
Tbe only damage . resulting to tbe
coaches, which broke lose from tbs en
gine, waa tbat tbe trucks of the mail,
aoil baggage cars were d if placed and
aligbt'y damaged. Tbe mail car was
next to tbe eugtoe and tender, and clear
ed tbe track to the right so tbat tbs bag
gage car followed np and crashed into
tbe Under tearing oat tbe front tracks.
Behind tbe express car cams tbs day
coach, but beyond ths fact tbat both
trucks were off the rails it wsa pratically
uninjured. Tbs next car was ths
smoker snd only tbs front trucks left
tbe track. Owing to the fact that ths
train was runnier at a speed no greater
than 25 miles an boor and probably Use,
ai serious shaking np wsa experienced
by the pseseogers ia tbs coaches and
sleepers and no one except ths engineer
and fireman was serioasly injured. A
wrecking trin was basUly dia patched
from Ibis dty carrving ths company's
physician, Dr. L. Hamilton who, fith
Dr. Fallin nf Myrtle Creek attended tbe
two injured men. Tbs mails, .express
and. passengers wsrs transferred at tbs
wreck daring tbs 15 hours required in
clearing np tbe track. - Disasters like
tbs abovs era becoming of alarming
frequency on the Roseborg, Ashland
division, indicating that somsthinf is
radically wrong. Ths present Bomber
of section men on tbie divieioa eeesn In
adequate to keep tbs road is ths proper
repair, v .- . . , 1
Superintendent L. R. Fields arrived
at tbe scene of tbs wreck, from Portland
Friday and ths wrecking crew from
Portland was brought down.
Noa. 15 sod 16 trans! erred Friday
making tbe delay to 15 but four Lours.
No. 11 waa delayed 15 hours.
The conductor with tbs train waa L.
J. Speck. -
Camas Vsliey Pickups.
Ws are having some rain once mors,
after enjoying aeveral weeks oi very
pleasant weather. . s
Misses Gracia Lee and Jennie C -owner
gave a young people's party at tbe home
ol Dir. end Mrs. Pops, on tbe last even
ing of the old year, there being about
twenty five present. Tbs svsnlng was
spent in singing and playing games, af
ter which refresh menu were served.
All report a very esjovabls time. '
W Ifrsd and Lewis Brown wbo were
spending tbe holidays with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Brown, have recent
ly returned, tbe former near Drain and
tbe latUr to Bridge, Coos Co., whore
tbey are engsged in teaching. '
Ws understand tbat Mr. Harm is
quite aick at the home of Mr. xHenry
Deuo. ... ...... .
Nearly everybody is suffering from
colds at present, due perhaps to tbs re
cent Changs of weather.
Tbere is to be preaching at ll o'clock
at tbe church next 8uuday, Jan.; 12, by
Rev. Rece, bis appointment at this
place being tbe second Sunday in each
month. . !,- ,-
It is understood tbat Rev. Dr. Pope it
to bold services at tbe school bouse io
upper Camas Valley District, the third
Snndsy In this month.
AC NT 8AM ANTHY.
Tbe county court selected tbs follow
ing list of judges snd elerks to taks
charge of ths coming ststs sad county
election, to he held on Jons 2, 1902
Tbs new alscUoo boards include three
clerks each, instead of tww ss formerly,
and ths sosmbers now appointed bold
tbeir positions for two years. Tbs com
plete list for tbs reveral precincts fol
Azalea Prscinet Jodzes: Ben Fiahar
rep., Net H Sebr ini rep.. John Jenkins
dem. Clerks: Paul Snoha dem.. Joe.
Wharton rep.G. W. Riddle rep.
Bohemia J uJces : "E. E. Lillv md-
John Peterson rep- John Ebana dam.
Clerks: Chas. Geltya Omxu. Ralnh
Whipple rep., Frank Whipple rep.
UeJapooie Jsdges: Chas. MeGee rep.,
wtgbt Rood rep. C. A. McNabfa dem.
Clerks: Frank Gorrall dem., Harvey
Cochran rep,, Joel Cols re.
Caoyonville Judges: 'B A Stewart
rep., E D Day rep.. J L Cloncb
Clerks: Frank Gas si v dam- DarVl
Hogbes rep., 1 W Pardee rep.
Cow Creek Judges: Great Lavwna
rep., John Gilliam rep- W8 Booth
dem. Clerks: John Bailer dem. finm.
cer miser rep., wm Lsveas rep.
Csmaa allay Judaea: M L Bte
rep., J R Wilson reo. John Sundla
dem. Uleiks: J HTLoBma
David Noah rep., Alveb Brown two.
Cotnetock Wedges: Henry- Moony
rep W H Lawrence res.. John Andrews
dem. Clerks: Heorv W Stewart data..
Bor Griggs ren-, J A Sterling sen.
UvU Bend J ad res: W A Kmrntrnm
rep., Wm Buxton rep., G W Gage dem.
Uisrts: rxJtsr Walker deen L E IfilU
des rep., J A Eggsrs rep.
Cotee Valley Judges : Wm. Kerne
rep., W W Scott 8r, rep., Cass Hat-
Seid dem. darks: M F Csllsfatta demn
E T Woodruff rep., W TEenery rep.
Deer Creek Judges: LL Maltha wa
rep- F P Brown rep, V O Loodoa dees.
Clerks: E A Hmklsdena.. Jhw Rami!-.
rep., Roy Medal lew too.
East Umppoa Jsdges : Jean Living
ston rep., a Barker rep, Gwo Shram
dem. Clerks: Wm Bond
Maths ws rep, Chas Clark rap.
Elktoo-Jodges: O W Benedick reo.
rboe. Hassock rep . J M Jbibiasoa dem
Clerks: P W Beck ley deex, A 8 Haines
Jr rr- J. W. Cole ren.
Gleodale Jedgss: Aarbross Marshall
rwp..MTCbaas rep, OT Neil
Clerks: Eaoe Wall dstsw H O
as sn ree, W F Tottsa rep.
Gardiner Jndgse: J SGrar reo-W
Yost rp Roht Ashwwrtb dam. CUrfca:
J I mteeer dem., Bea Lystsr rep. Rev
n w Edanadsoa np.
Kellof-g Judges: Amos' Teal reo-
Richard Green rep.. A J Howard dem
Clerks: Jboe U sepia dem. Will Fetters'
rep, a E AsdssresL
Looking Glass Judges: A 8 BoeO
rep., J T Spa neb rea.. E. M. Goodman
dam. Clerks: W E Cochran deem.. TW
Vid Morgan rep., Geo. Mareh rep.
Lake-Jodgea:8 B Colvia rep.. BF
Wilkes rep, 8 J Shram dsn. Clerks:
W 8 Carle dem, Frank Rogers rep,
Scott Morris rep,
Myrtls Creek-Judges: Ed Weaver
rep, Hiram Gallon rep, WfUin Kramer
dem. Clerks: O W drwws dam- T N
Humphries rep, B M ArcniUgs rsp. .
Millwood Judges :E D . Powell rsp.
Amos Howard rsp, i. L IDsckcr dam.
Clerks: W W Thorn peon dsns, Ferd
Fortia rep, Chas Germood swp.
MU Soott-O Barker reo- W H Shoa-
msker rep, J J Thornton ttsm." Clerks:
W. F. Pries dem, R T B lately rsp, Jos.
Olalla Judges : W H Coats rm, Tborl
- - - - B
Cbnicbill rep, Jas Byron dem.' Claris :
S. R. Briabin Jem , H J Ireland ren.
Frank Nswlend, rsp.
Oakland Judges: A. F Brown rep,
Jas J . Hunt rep, Jas) Medky dsn.
Clerks: Phil Beckisy dam, Robt Hunt
rep., J H Cochran rep. .
Pass Creek Judges: J W Spsldint
rep, Wm Elisabsrg rsp. Clsrks: Lee
Barker dem, Wm . Hedrick rsp, JO
Johnson, Jr, rep.
Perdue Judges: Frank Fate rep.
Frank Reynolds rsp, Anderson Bullock
dem. Clerks : Howard Vrlxain dam-
Dennis Hanka rep- C O Bently rep.
Roseborg Judges: C S Jackson rep
Simon Caro rep, John Aiken, dsn.
Clerks: Frank Micelll dem, U C 81o
ccm rep, J L Boggs rsp.
Riddle Judges; B T Nichols rsp.
W 8 Britt rep, J D Uorsutt dem.
Clerks: G Vf WooseoU dem.. Geo X
Quins rep, I B Riddle rsp.
SoottabnrgWndies: ' A B Osonf reo .
AL Butler rep, Clark McAfee dem.
Clerks: W O Bagabard dem, Fred
Weatberly rep., W G Grabbe, rep.
Umoaua Jndeea : H L Mentors
rep., Chas Marks rep, G R Linear, dem.
Clsrks: F A McCall dem, Chas Curry
rep,, J W Wright rep.
Weat Roseburw Jodjrea: G W Kssar
tee rep,W.M Hodeoa rep,W H Lindesy
Dem. Clerks: Bay C Brown dem.,
F E Alley rep, Grafton Wortbington
Yoncalla Jndirea : J Danebsrtv ran..
6eo McDougall rep,, 8 B Carr dem.
Clerks: OF Theil dem, Q W SUlsy
rep., E Helllwell rep.
Lemons Oranges. Bananas. E
HI V AT av" am m at a. I
muis oz ail lianas.
Taffy Candy and Gum.
A Fresh Supply.
T" 1 rrr rymn-rn
Meat meal, ground bone, oyster shell,
dried blood ail kinds oi chicken fodder
la all Its stane there
aboald t ckaaUawa.
Ely's Cream Balm
clmtima, aoothai aad hcaa
Ilia diaeaaad aMmbraaa.
It eons catarrh aad drtaa
away a sold U ths head
Crwua BalmhplaMd tale the aeetrlw, spnads
xrr tin aiabnwa and la ahwrtwd. BtiMMba.
Btdlat and a cur follow. It la aot drytog dos
ot prodiie Mala. Large Slaa, IS otata at Droj
(liU or by atall; Trial , IS eata by mall
SIX BttOXBUtat t Wanes 8UH Tarn
avsi - . w
THE SUNSET GROCERY...
Will continue to be, as it bas been, the leader ia quality
and prices. Don't forget tbat our goods are all new aad
tmh. A rri! ia tantf-n. j
M far"Ws handle Albany Creamery Butter.
CL0YD St BROWN.
y 1 1." 1 1 . ...m! 1
am i a St
Guaranteed to equal any
E. L. KING, Geu'l Agent, 21S Sansome St., San Franciscsj
CT. C COrJIgER. Local Act.. Rosebur-z
ggggkHIg Steam Laundry
We are now ready for business
with new and up-to-date machine
ry. Work will be neatly and
promptly done. Watch for our
Wagon or call 'Phone 791.
W.A. EVERITT, Proprietor.
East in a
See those $1 and $2
ALBUMS AND PHOTO MOUNTS AT
CHURCHILL & W00LLEY
. F. C LADD. Q. OLSON
THANKING yon for past favors and
wiihing you much happiness and
prosperity for 1902, we ask for a
coutinuance of ' your patronage which will
be met with our careful attention aud ap
g Furnishings, Llotions, Stationery
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Clearance Sale Begins
We name such tmees on Iidies andMissps Tartar nnrl '
Walking Hats mentioned below that had ought to move;
them very rapidly. This is our full stock in our Myrtle'
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in stocjc in vanyonviiie.
Site 36 Cape, hardly enough to mention, only I plush,
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V-I-J Vl7, k VIUVU VKT e'iJUUIVI VHIHO, W V ...... .
Site 38 Cape, 1 cloth cape, splendid ralue, was.......
l3(! Care. 1 cloth cane. r.Un(liil valn kiu
Jackets, 2 Misee Jacketa, eiae 4 and H, waa..;......;.
jiu-aew, o jjmit'8 lacaeu, siw iio-oH, was.............
Collarettes, only one left, color grev, waa
Jost 3 dosen Ladies and Children's' Walking H its, 2 w
uo, 4 was....,..,
do. 6 was $1
do. 1 was . .
50 an' I
.$175 now $2.50
50 now $4.00
$t.OO now $'.50
fJ.M now $I.sit
;J i0 n.w $i.(H)
.J-.Wnow $4 50
...VI now $X50
.$2.50 now $1.50
$1 .t now $1.00
Vi OO now $LS5
We are beginning early to close out Fall Goods
hence these splendid reductions for you. '
IT ala,IVJ, AflI 11C VICCIV, Canyonrille, Oregon