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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1902)
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you your ehtire of trade;
Is a Trj important feeUr in
Umnia. l'oor printing re
advertibiog iu dull Rea
sons brings yon your share, and also
tbat of the merchant who "can't af
ord' to advertise.
nnets no .credit on a good
business honae. Let os do your Job
Friating we jrnarantee it lo be in
vry way natiBfactory.
Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNT!, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, .1902.
P.' M. e'- ?. tw.
IMCMTAnV CA1 O
I MEN'S SUITS,
at a price you can
not equal in any
in fact everj'thing
in the store at a
price you will
know is right and
Children's Rubbers iscts. perpr. j
LATE NEWS SUMMARY
STATE, GENERAL, FOREIGN.
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
One I On
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Store T w ' SUx
Open uuiil 8 o'clock..
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A Happy and Prosperous
is the wish of li. W STRONG, the Fur
niture mau, and in line with our wishes
we have a few special bargains to offer
for 15 days. 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 lota of Brussels and Imrraiu Car-jH-t
remnants, containing from 5 to 15
yds. that w e will sell at F(ecial bargains.
A tew odl chair tbat are as good as any
we have, only in broken sets, at special values. Kemeiuber the place.
B. W. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN.
Emperor William's yacht, h Hohen-
soilern, left Kiel Saturday for a trip
across the Atlaotic to Amtrci.
Paderewrki will vail for the United
States tomorrow. Hit first performance
will be in Carnegie 1111, New York, on
The Isthmian Canal Ccmmifsinn haa
reported to Congress in faTorof the pur
chase of the Panama canal luhta and
plant at the agreed price of f 40 000,000
Secreiarv Hilrhcock, of the depart
ment of the interior hti jrt rendered a
deciaioo awarding IS.OiO acret of land to
the Willamette Valley and Cacade
Mountain Wagon Road Co. The eaee
was began in 14.
A 5 mill tax waa voted at Cottage
Grove Satnrdav to continue tbe echoola
and they were aaio opened Monday
after being doied eioce Dee. 10. 152
progressive citizen? voted for tbe tax and
44 moeabacka agaicet it.
An eHocatioDal convention will be held
at tbe Willamette Univereitv at 8.1em
latbeeariy rart of February by the
rMetbodiet of O eon. Hon. N. M. New.
pirt will deliver an address on the
"Alnxni of the Univeraitv."
One of tbe leading farmers of Enoho-
luiih claiios to have taken a net profit
of f4,0CO from a 100 acre tract. Among
bie products are luO ton of Cablese for
which be received 2 ter ton. Tbia cab
bge waa raised on eveo acrs.
Loik oat for tbe "Suoie, drawer B,
Chicago," ad who ndverticts she is the
owber of a $10. ,000 mice aod wants
bnsbDd to pat in (.barge of tbe ptoti
ty. It ia a raLk fake. We hve betn
informed that a Cooa rivrr logger invee
tigated tj tbe tone of $50, which be jot
np to ahow bis good faith. Cos si Mail.
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
J. F. BARKER & CO.
Have a MJSf--?fl'
Cup of . -,'1 -1
1 Mocha. COFFEE JaT
vritli vour breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
its own you don't get it in any other brand,
KRUSE & IVEWLAiVD,
Sole Agents, ,
Staple a nd
and sold at prices
as low as the low
est. All kinds of fruit
and Country . .
and Sold. ......
at Myrtle Creek
GETTING NEW SHOES?
Don't be jollied into buying ont of
date shoesat $2.98, when you can
get a snappy, up-to-date shoe for
We have no old shop-worn goods, but we have the greatest
line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's shoes that ever hit the town
Ask to see the "PedallS" a Lady's Shoe
...FLINT'S SHOE STORE...
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when ou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181
for gocd goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
If von. don't know PAT
$11 oa or address . .
to buy a farm
to buy a house ,
rent a house
build a house
move a house
A very encceeefid and largely attended
local institute waa 1 e'd at M r le C e
last Friday and Stardat.
An informal reception waa tendered
the visit it g teacbeis on Friday evening
at whicb the following program waa
Mosic Mrlle Creek Orchestra
Remarks Snpt. llanilin
Vocal Duet ML-aee Katie Adau.s and
Remarks Pree. J. H. O ctitt
Recitation Clifford Buick
Remaras Fiof.C. T. Whittlesey
Vocal 60I0 I rof, A. F. Cornntt
Remarks rrof. J. II. Hobba
Remark!. ..biate boit. J. H. Ackernn
Tbe Institute wta called to older by
gopt. llmliD, Frof. J. . Patterson,
appointed aecietary. Pi of. Traver led
tbe singing. Prin.aiy rtading intro
dnced ty Mies Ilcx Ipew, witb lluatiM
tion of Pbonic Metbod by claea, followed
by general dUcoeeiou by Prof. Traver,
8 apt. Ackermao, Mies Kent, Pioi.
Whittlesey, Mrs. Willis, J. . PaUeraon
rrof. Hobbe, Mr. W.rorip, Prof. Oitntt!
Prof. Coioatt, Sapt. Huiliu. Prof. Ack-
erman aoggetU tbat e get away liom
diacritical marking as early as possible
by teaching tbe power of tbe letter by
the poeition of the le.ter in the word,
followeJ by ditcnaion by Prof. Whittle
aey, Prof. Hamlin, Ptof. Orcatt. A
thoit recesa was then given.
Prof. V. V. Willis 10. k op tbe snbject
of writing. Diacoreion a us made by
Prof. Cornnlt, fodoaed by fcuj-t. Acker
man, Prof. Wbiitlesey, Prof. Traver.
iLStitote adjonrned for noon at 12:10
nold 1 o'clock p. at. .
Infctil ate called to order at 1:10 by
Sopt. Hamlin. Bingiog led by Prof.
Traver. MebUl Arithmetic Introduced
by Prof. Parker, diecutsed by Supt. Aca
erman, Prof. W hiitltkey, fcapt Hamlin
and Prof. A. F. Cornutt. Prof. Acker,
man then took np tbe subject History,
discussion by Prof. WhitUeee), Prof.
Oicntt and Rev. Haines. The work of
Ciyil Government aa taken np by
Prof. Ackerman in connection with HU-
torv. frol Mrnutt introduced tbe
sabjevt of Businesi Aritbmeiic, ditcute
ton taken part in by Kupt. Ackermnn
aaa Mrs. wane, a short recess was
tbeu declared by Sopt. Hamlin. AJt.r
receas Prof. Orcuu took op the tubinct of
Language, discussed by Rev. Haines,
Prof. Ackerman and Prof. Whittlesey.
The sut'idct of the School Library was
taken np by 6upt. Hamlin followed Ly
bongs by Audience led by Prof. Traver
Hou The Forest Cbo.r
Myrtle Creek Chorus.
Recti at ion The Railroad Cropsii g
Music ; Orchestra
Recitation.. ''Down by tbe Rio Grande'
Mrs. B. M. Aruiitage,
Address The Educational Outlook
Kupt. J. H. Ackerman.
Song ...We Ljve the Ooean
Chorus, J. , Pattkrhon,
Mr. Ole Gilbertaoa of Bohemia, visited
Glendale last week.
Mr.C. Clark and Mrs. L. E. Shea,
returned this week from a week' viait
Mrs. Maggie Austen of lbs Gold Bag
mine, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ken
nedy, at Hotel Glendale,
Boro, at the family residence at this
place, Jan. 8, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Cbadwick a daughter.
Mrs. Alice Wagoner and daughter,
Mies Ednol, of Wolfe Creek visited Mrr.
A. G. Hamilton last week.
J. J. Chad nick of Myrtle Creek, ex
tended the funeral of bis little grand
daughter at tbia place Wednesday. '
Hon. Albert Abraham spent a day in
Glendale last wetk looking after b s
large property interest and greeting b s
Mrs. Cnas. Flint will leave on Monday
for a month's stay in Ban Fraucitco.
Mr. Flint will return to tbe Gold to.
mine on tbe same date.
Our esteemed neighbor and fellow-
townsman, O. F. Robrer. baa eorepttd
tbe poeition of City Marshal ; a position
that be wdl fill witb dignity aod (courage,
and we just warn the nuwary, to "look
out," for oar marshal will enforce tbe
J. R. Wilson of Med ford, aod bi
daughters. Mines Gertrude and Malawi.
made na an appreciated call laet week.
Our friends are mourning tbe loss of
one of tbe beet of wives and mothers,
aod our heart reaches out to Ibem in
this dark boor of their sorrow, aa only
ooe could do, wbo had known her in her
grandly beautiful life.
Died, Jan. 14, 1902, tbe infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wo. Cbadwick.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbadwick bave the deep
est sympathy of our entire community In
tbe loae of tbtir first born, wbo strayed
from celestial flelde and for aix short
baneful days, nestled dote to the bean a
of iu young parenta like a heavenly sun
beam ; and with a aigb tor tbe brevity o
tie me, it leit mem to darkest sorrow
at its loss. Yet tbe loocb of babv Soger
aaa tbe remembrance ol an angviic
presence tbat came as a Meaeed bene
diction, into tbeir home and hearts wtil
linger with Ibem, and turn tbeir
t boon tits t the gentle r?nepberd, a bo
carries tbe little ones of oar flo ks safety
over. And while He bids na follow on.
He says "&uff r tbe little ones to com
onto an " All tbat medical aid aod
skdl could do waa done. b thettet,dii g
physician Dr. Bowereex. Heart tahore
'bat showed its nridiapotable claim at
its Linb ceaacd ita demise.
GOVERNOR TAFT HOMf,
WIH Submit an Exhaustive Re
port oo Philippines.
EARTHQUAKES IN MEXICO.
About the Panama Canal Title.
Naval Battle at
8ax Frahcibco, Jan. 2L Governor
Taft, of the Philippine Islands, wbo ar
rived yesterday on tbe transport Grant,
will remain in tbe United Slates aboot
two months, He will make an -extaos-tive
report to tbe Preaideot 00 present
conditions in tbe ielaods under tbe civil
f i.iDA.n mAnt .lid Ik. inMHf rj tVim nafii.
icatioo measures and will also submii
his views npon the need of tbe natives.
He declarea tbat there bas never been a
time aince the United Hate became in
terested in tbe islands tbat tbe attitude
of the Filipioo people as a wbole has
bean 1-0 friendly U tbe civil government
eetablirbed by tbe United Statea aa now.
Another Volcano Broke Out.
City or Maitco, Jan. 21. The town of
Cbilpanciugo in tbs slate of Guerrero is
in rotna from the arttqoeke of Friday.
Another volcano in tbe immediate
neighborhood baa become active aince
the earthquake. Ht Culima, tbe first
volrauo repot ted In eruption, is 13.259
feet high, a half bigber than Mt Hood.
Panama Canal Dirficaltkaj.
The present term of school closes on i
Friday, this week; the new term be
gins 00 Monday Jan. 30. ' All pupils for
tbs first grade should enter next Mon
day as a beglnlog clan will bo formed at
On Friday, last, tbe school was favor
ed witb a visit by Mr. Ackerman, Kate
School Superintendent. h the eiter
nooo he delivered a short address to the
upper grades and bigb school, which was
very tuach appreciated by - toe papila.
Among other things be mention, as
essential element for successful , per
son, the following : 8kk-to-it or stick
to ectiveneas, ordsr, good manner aod
good nature... ,
We are sorry to note, that soma of oor
beet high school scholars aie absent.
this week on account ol sickness.
Washijiot k, Jan. 21 The offer o1
tale of tbe Panama Canal and plant for
f40.000,000 is being beeet with ditficohie
through failure to reach a satisfactory
agreement with Colombia.
Tbat state now proposes to give
lease for two bo ndred years,
a perpetual right of eontrol.
Warm open weather aa nenal.
Miaa Nora YanDjke is quite aick witb
Mrs. Eliih A beene who bas been
i 1 is well again.
Hon. Geo. Sbambrook, of Umrqna
Ferry, is quite feeble.
Rush Clark of Mi 3 wood will eo et
f boot here next Mooday.
Dr. McCaltister delivered quite an in
teresting sermon here on tbs 12tb hut.
Lewis Tbompeon has returned borne
from Klamath county where be baa been
Frank Cbnrchill had the misfortune
to lose a valuable dog last week,
Mis Nettie Morgan bas retorned
home from Boeebnrg, where she attend
ed echooL bbe will enter school here
Pat Morpby bas besoms quite
poultry fancier, be cow has five differ
ent breeds, all thoroughbred. R we
burg fanciers bad -belter guard tbeir
Rev.T. J. Fergusoo preached a vary
instructive sermon at Millwood Sunday.
Ds is arranging to bold a church social
and entertainment here soma time in
Coyote bunts seem to be tbe order of
the dsy. These boots are hard on the
horses and dogs and contume lot of
time; bot so far the coyote bas not
suffered to any great extent.
Our school is progressing nicely. Tbs
attendance exceeda all records. Several
outaide pupils will enter next Monday.
Tbe interest is excellent. Our present
teacher, Mr. ash, seems to be working
earnestly for tbe benefit of tbe district.
Mr. snd Mrs. Asa Henderson bave
a little son, born at Gardiner.
airs, uiemmens 01 rerediae Ureek was
in town recently; she was snroute down
tbe river for a few days stay.
Miss Hattie Harvey waa in town a few
days since, sba was returning borne after
aeveral months in California.
Mrs. Nelson relnrned home last week
accompanied by her father and sister,
Mr. Andy Sawyers and daughter
Mrs. W. W. Edmonson did not fulfill
bis nsual appointments this month, be
ing engaged in revival seryices at Gardi
An influence is rercbing ont from tbe
Corvailia Agricultural College In tbe fact
tbat J. Hedden baa procured a lot . ol
Vetch seed for an experiment with some
of tbe farmiog community at tbis sec-
Five Vessels Destroyed.
Saw Yoax. Jao. 20. The Panama
Railroad Cotrp my today received a
cablegram frva Colon, sating tbat three
tnsorgent and two gQVrnmot vessel
had been euok in tbe naval engagement
ia Panama Harbor. Tbe cablegram
came Irotn C Voawl J. R. Sbeler, general
superintendent at Vo'.oa for the Panama
Tbe French line steamship St. Laurent
has arrived at Colon. Sbe reports tbat
evei v hing ia oow qniet oa tbe Coett.
Pasama. J.q. SI. Tbe lot in the
bit le brtwrea Colombian government
troops aod rivoltiooiate, waa light. Ail
Boers Accept Inevitable.
' A a rr cat aa, Holland, Jan. 2L Tbs
Boer envoje aoooooee that they waive
ail claiio of independence and accept
Tbe British rffer of amneety to belli'
gerect Boers wbo will lay down tbeir
arms makes peace probable.
High School Notes
Thu. R.Towkkkkd. rdlUir.
Miaa Baaaia kloDia, Aaauelate
$2.5 A BOX FOR APPLE5
In the London Market Boats Um Re
cord and Astonishes Orrgoniana.
-ferA fine China Tea Set
One Ticket with mery 50 cent purclias.-. liuy jonr Groceries at
. .. THE GROCER .
B THE SUNSET GROCERY...
Will eontinne (o he, aa it has been, the leader ia qoality
and prices. Djn't forget tbat oor cootie are all new and
freb.. A trial m reep-.-tfn:iy solktted.
We handle Albany Crearrery Batter.
T 1 l'M"M
A. S. CLOYD, Proprietor
PetiUoa for Boer Cause.
Wauuxotoh. Jan. 21 Webster Davis
ha- pree- nted Oonirese with a m- r
pro-Brer petition, aekiog tbat oor gov
e nment intetvene in behalf ol the
Wtbster Davis represented the United
while , 8 ate st Pretoria aa consul 00 til be was
recalled throogbt Britiab protects on ao
coont of his strong Boer tyrpaibieo.
NEW TAX LAW.
Taxpayers Should Become Familiar
With the Provisions of the , t -,.
For Sale Cheap.
M isical slot msrhl tea Puck', Detrolts
and Black Cts. VV. Doylk,
d3i vVest End Hotel,
At the last seesioo of tbs leg lal store a
new law waa peered is regard to the col
lection of taxes, which law took effect 00
December 11, 1901, and Us substance i
1 If yea 1 ay your taxes on or before
March 15 yon will be allowed a rebate of
S pe' cent.
2 If yon pay your taxes between
March 15th and op to and including tbe
fiist Monday In April, there will not be
any rebate and neither will there be any
penalty or interest added.
3 If your taxes are not paid on or be
foie the first Mondsy of April, they will
become delicqoent, when there will be
added a penalty of 10 per cent, and the
tax will also draw interest at tbe rate of
12 per cent per annum la addition to the
penalty. ... . ,
4 If yon pay one-half of yoor taxes
on or before tbe first Monday in April.
then the remaining half may run np to
and including the first Mondsy in Octo
ber following; bot U the last half of tax
due ia not paid by tbe Aral Mooday of
October, it become delisqoeot, aad there
will be added to such balance, a penalty
of 10 per cent, and in addition, such bal
ance will tear interest st tbe rste of 12
per cent per annum from the first Mon
day in April notil paid.
5 Oo all persooal property faxes, II
one-half la not paid on or balora tbe first
Monday in April, the law compels tbe
sheriff lo levy npon and collect the sams
after May let, hence to prevent, a levy
npon personal propeity after May 1st it
will be necessary for one bait to be paid
aa above stated.
Tbe law compel the sheriff to sell all
land on which taxes have not been paid
ai d tbat socb sales shall not be later
tban March let of tbe year succeeding
the year in which tbe tax Irvy is made.
7 Tbe property will be sold to tbe per
son bidding ths lowest rate ' of Interest,
end certificates will be issued therefor,
and deeds yiven to socb property sold,
unless redeemed within three years from
lib dajta ol loca sis.
Two dollars and a quartet clear per
box at the orchard ia a mighty fine pne
lorOreaon apples. Tbatia tbe price
netted for a carload abippei 00 cooeiga
ment and told io tbe LoocVn market lb
day befure Cbrietnm by Ol well Brother
of Ceotral Point, Jackeoj eoontv- Tb
price breaks all recorda tor Oregon' ap
ples io London ia large iota. Another
carload of tbe same apples sold several
oays latter wnea tbe market waa a little
off, netted Oiweil Brothers SITS
box at tbe orchard.
joon u. uiwell la a member of tbe
ooara of regeote sod waa in Corvailia' lo
attend tbe mid winUr meeting, Wsdaew
.1 . IT J . t .
ub 'u dji Drouere bave aa ov-
enara 01 iou acres at Ceotral Poio The
trees wre art out 13 years ago. nod tbe
present is tbe foerth crop ol app!ee At
one time this season, tbe brothers had
111 (W . L .
wwm 01 appiea aooara cars en
ro:e across the continent. The) ootpot
01 tbe orchard tbia year was 35 csjt loads
Last year fe waa 55 carloads, bot oa ac
count of tbe iocreaaed prices, the in
come this year waa quite aa great es that
To a Webfooter aecoatomed to see ep
piee rotting under trees, tbe prices
netUd for the Olweii appiew seen almost
fabulous. The entire crop of Sptlaea
berge was sold for $150 per box at the
orchard, Ibe boyer came to the orchard
during the aontn of August before the
apples bad main red and contracted for
tbe whole crop of Spitaenbergs at that
firore. He remained there antH the
crop waa shipped, paying spot cash for
each ear before it left tbe orchard aiding.
He sold the app.ee in New York aad
Chkwgo markets. Former price fur
Spiiaeoberge bave been aboot a dollar
per box at the orchard. The better
price ia doe to tbe sborteoed crop, oc
raaboed largely by the bot wave that
awept over tbe east ia Jaiy, aad w other
Ben Davis apples that sold last year at
oo centa per 001 went tbw yeer el $1.10
aad $1.29. They were chiefly sold ia
New O-leana which ia less particular
about its grade of applet,
voecaroiewton'e. t.td above
sold io London nety. j25 per box and
another for $1.7. other cars of the
same appiea are. Bbout do, arriving in
",uoon, M retorne are expected at
anytime, formerly tbe Newton sold
a M;ndo-j have usually netted the
growers 05 Md L10
Tbw Olweii apples are neatly pecked
lor ar.ipmeot, each apple being wrapped
iu paper. . at ptcktog time 7v men are
employed at the orchard, in which bean
its mediately alter picking, SO men aad
15 gtrle were employed, aad kept at
work antil the holidays, when tbe laa j
car was dispatched to market. Each
carload comprwes 640 boxes.' Ths
freight rate to New .York is 60 centa per
bvx, . . .
There is a wild scramble to get into
tbe apple boeioees ia . tbe vicinity ol
Medford. . The snocecs there of tbe Or
well eed other commercial ere bards ia
ths occasion of iu' A Portland man is
setting oat 200 acres to apples this wint
er. Iwo orchards ia tbe vicinity - were
sold thisZfall at $15,000 each. Several
100 acta orchards are being est out wblis
the number . of , projected orchards of
smaller acreage Is legion. It is estimat
ed tbat 1500 acres of trees will be net ont
dnring tbe winter.
f orroerly in tbe , Jackson ooonty or
chards, codlia moth , deetroyed 50 per
cent or more of tbe apples. Br ' spray
ing, the worms have been so coo trolled
that lees tban five per cent are aff.vAed.
In tbe Olwell orchard tbe loss on account
of the worma is practically nothing.
Mr. Oiwell see no reason why apples
should not be successfully grown ' on a
commercial basis in the Willamette. Bv
careful selection of soil and location be
bas no doubt that they ooold be ' pro
duced with immense success In Benton
county, ami they thrive in the Umrqna
valley, Dooglaa county.
Guaranteed to equal any
- iify )
E. L. KING, Gen'l Agent, 21S Sansome St., San Francisco
W. C. COrjraTER, Local Agt., Rosebum
si t. r a . 1 1 - 4
0 kuscuui sieam Launury
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.
VV. A. EVER1TT, Proprietor.
I i fTf' 'it
'See those $1 and $2 i
ALBUMS AND PHOTO MOUNTS AT
CHURCHILL d WQOLLEY
A Liberal Offer.
If you wish a true description of 80a la
em Oregon, address with stamp.
121 p. C. Powaix, Roeeborg, Ore. ,
CI" I as tK
Ely's Uream Bal.n
Kaay and plaaaant to
ua Contauia ao la
It la quioklr atworewl.
It Opctia and Ckwntaa
- ia. nanai nta-ajra.
BMla and Prutwia tn. Mahraaa.
eaoaasoi Tut. and bi
. tt max
ST Uewaw '
COLO "1 HEAD
Mahraaa. Kaatun. tS.
nd SjylW .barg. 89, a easts at
:B5s,t Warm lwevaw Xerev
pPRR 'A SET OF DISHES
J ust received at "The Racket"
a-.sliipment of China ware di
re ct from the potteries, -which
we- are giving away absolutely
Fr bc. Ticket with every pur
chase at -
um Racket Store"
FurrtilshingSe Motions, Stationery
ClewOi'ance Sale Begins
We name such prices on Ladies and Misses Jackets and
Waiting Hats nientioued below that had ought to move
thejn very rapidVy. ..This is onr full stock in our Myrtle
Creek store.. Sakie reduction applies to what maybe
in stock in Canyot.'ve . -.
Siwi 8tt Cape, hardlv enough " nTVu,"- 1 P,u"h "
Sire 8rt Cape. 1 ektl. cate, cpla Tl,u,s-
Pie 3rt -Cav. 1 cloth cape, epleru ! a hw wa...........
SueW Cape, 1 cloth caix,ejti,ii , v;lu" WM
Jacketi", - Slisses Jaokotj, size It j r.
Jacket, 2 Mims Jacket?, iio4 ami v.' s ................
JacketWt Ladies 4at-ket, eiz otvoS, w . i?rr.
lk.u.4AM. nnlvnnrt lfl rnl.tr m . r
Just 5 doi"u Ladies and Children's Walku n8 ur
do. i ....
.?.: w -i.bn
..........It.OO now $3.50
,.$.'.( now $l.S5
$00 now J
$:t 00 now $2.tX)
....... :.tV now $4 50
. $.V-V now $3.A0
wast. .-. . . $.,.50 wow $1.50
ft Wand i 7 now $!.(
..$l.00an.l !.. now - .75
We are K'jrinniner earlv to close
hence these splendid reductions J,r you-
out Fall Goods
N. SELIG, ..Myrtle Creek, ra