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Is a Tery important factor in
business. Focr printing re-
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iibcis no credit on a good
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Printing we guarantee it to be in
every way satisfactory. '
Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1902.
J LIU a w r 1 1 r n r !
9 R. A. BOOTH, A.C.MARSTERS, . H.C.GALKY, $
Y President, . Vice President. Cashier
- Douglas County BanI
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
LATE NEWS SUMMARIZED
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
F. V. BENSON, R. A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
J. F. KELLY, A. C. SIARSTERS, K. L. MILLER.
A fener.ll hnntinff linsinAca franc-iMI n1 fmctmnftra crivpn Arrrv O
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V accommodation consistent with safe and conservative banking. v
q Bank open from nine to twelve and from one to three. $
Events of the
STATE, GENERAL AND FOREIGN.
The place to find them is at
STRONG'S FURHITIIRF STHRP 5
A complete line of Blankets and Comforts that
are excellent in quality and reasonable in price. j$
v . . . r
Just recieved a new line of rugs ranging in size
from small up to 9xi2 and in price from $1.25 to $30.
Our store is fv11 "r good things and we can fit
S 1 T -1 j t. 1 . r 3
t up yuur uumc tuiupicic auu 11 win ue up 10 uaie
3 you buy ot us.
Remember the nlarp
& 15. W. MKUINU,
3 2g Jackson St.
FOR CASH OR TRADE
I F. BARKER & GO.
Our prices are always
and stock complete
...Also a full line of...
coffee - Seeds
Highest price paid for Produce. Give 1
OUR MOTTO IS TO PLEASE.
Kr use & Newlan
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader,
A movement started to erect an Ore
gon building at the St. Louis fair.
The Idaho newspapers make one think
there is an old fashioned camiai;;n on
Malheur county is asking for enter
prising capital to invest in creameries 111
A petition is lieing circulated in Mc
Miuuullo for an ordinance prohibiting
expectorating 011 the sidewalk.
Portland has 40 square miles of terri
tory within its incorporated limits.
The second citv, Salem, in Oregon has
The value of the hop crop in the state
id estimated at $4,000,000. Of this
siiK.unt 1,000,000 lias been exjended in
According to the Journal, .aiein is
liable to have a trust in the saloon lmsi
ness, one man owning five and trying t
buy the rest.
President Roosevelt was spared the
humiliation of naming a day of Thanks.
giving while the bin coal strike was on.
It was a narrow escape, though.
The two Grants Fass pine needle fac
tories use about two tonH of needles
daily, turning off about twelve hundred
pounds of the finished product.
General Uribe-Uribe, the Colombian
rebel, has surrendered, with all his can
nons, rides and ammunition. It is
found that, despite. his double name,
there is only one of him.
The thirteen carloads of French
prunes on their way to France from Sa
lem, Oreim, are appropriately labeled.
People along the route will know where
they came from and whither they are
It is estimated by the railroad pL
that 1 ,000 new people liave come into
the Willamette valley within the pa.'t
month. With the advei Using campaign
of the Harriman people, this year's
splendid results will be amazingly in
creased next year, and for the years to
fo 1 )w, for a long time.
Perkins & DleJsoe, proprietors f l.e
ona mills, have jntt cleaned out a!mt
half a mile of Kilenlnirg creek, which
'gives themaeeesji to one of the finest
bodies of timtwr in this part of the coun
try. They have also cut out and made
a pad to the ranch of W. B. !:?, who
lives near the head of Kllenbiirg creek,
and have almost completed a dam, by
which they can float the los from both
Mr. K-i-a' place and their adjoining
property. Irain onjciriel.
About as two big fools as a proprietor
j of a "Fi)!"' show conld wish resided in
New York the other ilay one of them
s dead now. A medicine show had. a
member who shot apples off eople'B
bead.' t. at is when he could find a man
who would stand Wforo his rifle. He
tried it once too often Saturday night,
killing his man. And the strange jttrt
ot it wat that !tii shooter ami the ap-
ple-hoMer leri,. 1 in their respective
parts after the first two shots fired
missed their mark. They would not
take warning, with the result that one
is dead while the other is held for man
FIFTY BILLION FEET OF LUA1BER
Standing in the Cascade Forest Reserve
According to the Latest Estimate
of the Geological Survey.
According to late and thorough exami
nations made by representatives of the
Geological Survey, the total stand of
timber in the Cascade forest reserve
slightly exceeds .W.OOO.OXt.OOO feet.
The total area of the reserve, 4,383,58
acres, is classified as follows: Forested,
4, K1 ,704 acres; burnt, 377,171 acres;
open, 2tn,74( acres ; logged, 6.5S0 acres ;
cultivated, :50 acres; water surface, 27,
5iS acres ; glaciers and barren, 44,120
The (juantity of timlx-r of rach variety
in the reserve is given below:.
Lovely lir.- .
White b.irk pine . .
lied cedar. . . .-
Feet, 15. M.
CHECK FOR ONE CENT.
A Roseburg Man Has Held,
Check for that Amount for
- a Number of Years.
Some Railroad Dates.
AH Interested in
To call at Flint's Shoe Store and
try a pair of Walk-over or Queen
.FLINTS POPULAR SHOE STORE.
. Opposite First National Bank
Hints to Housewives;
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when you order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for good goods and good service.
. C. W. PARKS & CO.
Real Estate Transfers.
J. li. I'i ft us to Adam Fischer,
$j0; lots H 7 and , in block 1. Chad-
wick's addition to liosebag. -.las.
T. Biic iauau to A. li. Downs, !,
7 JO ; s'4 and u.'j. and vxi of sr. of
sec 34 ; nw,1 of sw' of sec .-'A, all in tp
27 s, r 3 west.
O. N. Benedick to A. li. Downs. $700;
w,4 and seli of se,', and nej4' of hwJ of
sec 2. tp 2S e, r 3 west.
L. I). Kinney et m, to Mrs. K. A. Or-
csUt, '.50; lots 24 and 2) of block 28
and lots 19 and 20 of block 7. Kinney'
m proved Hat of Roseburg.
L. D. Kinney et nx, to "Allen A.
Yv' right, 5,000 ; 30 bts in Kinney's Im
proved Plat of Roseburg.
Volney Evin UrW. F. Reiner, fSOO;
vJ4 of e.'j f sec 32, tp 21 e, r 8 west.
lliland Rinehart et ux to Mrs. 1 1 at tie
B.Cole, $103; lot 13 of block 3, Chad-
wick's addition to Roseburg.
R. A. Jones et ux. to Frank B. Smith,
; Co'-i acres on north boundary of
sec 4, in tps 32 nud 33 e, r 6 west.
The Southern Pac:ii", then the Ore
gon and California. legaii building from
Portland in 1'., g-'iing to New Era that
year, and reaching Albany in lcc. ls70,
reaching Ros ;burg in 1S73 and Ashland
not until 1SS4. C'rvaIIi- as reacheil
in IS70. The Lebanon branch was fin
ished in 1SS0. The Oregonian rd was
begun in lsSO, and Brownsville was
reached in 1SS2 011 a narrow piage line.
In ls!l tLe road to Natron wai made a
standard gauge. From 1".3 to 1CQ0 the
S. P. did uo railroad luilding at all iu
Oregon. Twoytars ao the Wcndling
branch was lcgun and buiit.
h. Vetch, Vetch.
. Month after month, year alter year,
since December, 1893, the auditing de
partment of the Chicago, Barlington
aud Quincy Railroad has carried on its
book a credit in favor of George A. Trent
for services as conductor on the St Louis
division, says an exchange. The pay
check has never been presented for set
tlement and until it falls into the hands
of the auditor the books must lie
balanced by carrying the credk on from
one mouth to another, otherwise the
annual report to the stockholders would
be at fault. Every new clerk v. ho takes
a desk in the accounting deot hears the
story of the 1 cent check, which at this
lime has grown to the dimensions of a
novelette,"i losing with the words, "and
it is the only one cent pay check ever
issncd by a railroad company."'
Trent had been in the service of the
St. l.ouis division for some time, and, in
Peeeniember, 183, concluded that a
vacation was due him that he might
sjend the month with relatives at his
old home in New England, ttinding up
bin visit in time to rai h hi division
point on the last 'ay of the year. The
vacation was taken without pay, so, as
soon as ho returned, he reported f-r
duty that he might make tip for lott
time. He was sent out in the afternoon,
and made a rnn over the division which,
at the regular rate of iay, with over
time credited him with $4. M. The com
pany furnisJres its employes with coupon
meal books, that they may ob ain their
meals at riduced rates at Ihe eating
lumtes, and as Trent's had expired lie
fore he went n l.i vacation be obtained
another for his run, for which t2..V) was
charged up against him. The company
also maintains a hospital, through
asses'-meids levied 011 its einpl ycs, and
the monthly deduction made from the
pay of conductors is 12.10. Thoe de
ducti'i: s are made whet'.er an employe
works a day or a month, hei ce, when
Trent ueut to the jav car in January
for his lectmber pay check lie signed
the roll for 1 cent as payment in full for
his services, and bore the check away as
- Trent is now in the train ten ice of
the Soutl f rn Pacific Company, with
The value of vetches to the LW!:t l.etfd-quariers at Roeburg, Or, and ha?
county farmer cannot be over estimated, i clung to the check rs a niasot, though
Leave your order for veed at the IVug- ! he has been offered $23 for it by an
Lis county Cr...ii:-.crv, aud thev will be ' o:Scial of the Burlington's disbursing
promptly filled large or small. tf. department.
SETTING A VERY LIVELY PACE
REPUBLICANS FEE SAFE
They Wfll Control tLs-Neit House Bj
a'ficod Majority. -
THE U. S. LAND OFFICE SENSATION
Generally Looked Upon as a
Scheme To Grab The
Washington-, Oct. 31. With but ft few
days remaining of the campaign, repub
lican leaders feel considerably safer than
they did a week ago.
"We will carry at least 200 congres
sional districts," "said Chairman Bab
cock, of the Republican Congressional
Committee, this morning. "That is -my
most conservative estimate, and I believe
we will carry 204 or 20. districts."
The latter would give a majority of 20
in the 58th congress. Some Republican
managers are claiming a majority of 30,
The general belief in the rectitude,
sincerity and courage of Presideuf
Roosevelt is aiding the republicans
much more than they will ever know.
There is a pretty general feeling that
the president is opijoeed to all ttiose
things that the democratic party advo
cates. This is helpfid to t!e republi
Are you particular
Coffee. Tea anriSn!r.p.s
IF YOU ARE CALL AT 3
" AXD ASK FOR
Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
The Land Office Sensation.
Albany, Oct. 30. The action of the
secretary of the interior with regard to
flings on timlier lands is looked upon
by local timber men here m a scheme
to "gobble" the best timber claims with
scrip. The action stops all filing on
timber claims nntil the pendiDg investi
gation is settled. The investigation
might be held up for nix months or, at
anv rate, lonir enooeu for men who
hold scrip to Lit it en the liest claims
and in this way scoop the individual
claimtakers out of their best i&lerests.
This alleged sentiment may also prove
to have twii installed with? a " view to
diverting attention from the pendingjin-
vestigation concerning mmored timlr
frauds. Agents of the government are
s-ion exiecteil here and -a good deal of
iulerei-t s taken in the coming inquiry.
Capt. S. B. Onnsby, snperinteudent
of the forest rangers for the protection
of Ort-g;n timber which is in the, gov
ernment re erve, L in Altany, taking
evidence on gvemmr.t laud claims.
Prinit as Press fjr Sal.
4-'i 1 crn 1
. . "fall
1 f-S V
Pride of Douglas
EXI F.RIMENTI.NG V. 1 . ..
d'a't always pay, oaless you l.. m
Pride of Dr,us.das axilla printed on the
bag. It L always a guarantee cf white
and delicious bread, fJu5y bicciU, and
delicious cakes and pi-try. It give a
ewex-I. nutty flavor to yonr bread that
can't be obtalced from any other rkur
milloL ai:d is whol.-s-.nieandnatriUjas.
After once testing it yoa wia never os
G. W.Bashford & So
SIEVER'S BAKERY W ?
: ' near Gas Jm
WE ABE STILL IX TUE LEAD WITH OLE
Fine Cream and Homemad Bread
T . I .
.'":Ia,.UJe i--ourg to star, and if we 2ct as H
- ... iiuic u in nie past, e wi.i be lfr s : .- -
Join in the procession of well pleasl cn-'-r- .:..,
tinoa!! passing ia and oot of our eure.
Another Large List of New Subscribers (o the Twice
The Hoe Stop Cylinder press npnn
which the PtjusDEALEB is printed ia for
ale. It is suitable for a country office
with 4 circulation Dp to 1,.V3 or 2,00
:' rut 1 ir.-p r'i "t f or owr -use.
ril! print to Hges of an
umn lolio. o reasonatiie
Now U the time to get a
genuine bargaiu. Address this office.
The Ix-st evidence of a newspapers i S J I'.iack, Winchester, Oregon.
irrown; ip:i!ariy and prosperity h j Kd Mcvoaougli, H inston Ure.
the isle at w!.f h lis snbscri prion list j Mrs K L fledirel'eth. Drain, Ore.
increases. This, in fact, is an iudex to; Henry Ijiycock, Eau Claire, Wis.
the stan ling cf a paper iu its immeliaU j Mrs Oeorge Brosi, Winston Ore.
field, public opinion respectinz its priii-l Jas Davlin, Erockway, 3re.
ir rent in tiarlen
dress, Wilbur, Or.
I 1 1
T.ik-ithdBosj'nr, M.in!i!il 1 S'.t
(?ruis Uack leaves Roseburg Every Moruing at 0 o'clo'k
.LiYEPj, Feed and Sale faMes
C. P. Barnard, Prop.
Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at all hours
Transient Stock gven
very best care . ; . . .
Rates always reasonable
Line'ifor all p.iinti on Coos Bay. Good
ciples and xIicies and the degree of con
fidence and esU-em rejKiscd in the japer
by the public generally. Especially is
this true in respect to an old established
newspaper like the Plaindeai.b, which
unlike a new established paper, must
win by its merits, independent of any
temporary enthusiasm and local pride
or interest, which any new enterprise
inspires. 1 hcrofore, taking this as a
key to puolic sentiment in relation to
the Twiee-a-weck I'LAivnxALr.R, we
have every cause to fel ' justly jiroud of
the general appreciation of our fforts to
give our town and county an able ex
xincnt of their liest interests and the
public a good newsy paper. As a procf
of this assertion we again submit a long
list of names of new'' subscribers, mauv
of whom are unsolicited, which has lieen
added to our snb.cription list, since the
publication of the long list of over a
hundred names onlv two weeks ago:
F A Magill, Taenia, Wash.
Mrs W S Howard, Petaluma, Calif.
Dr C W Tower, Marshfield, Ore,
W F Minard, Myrtle Creek, )re.
L C Willi.nois. Clovis, Calif. f-
Smith' Dandruff Pomade
8t3 ps itching scalp iijMin one applica
tion, three to six removes all dandruff
and will stop falling hiir. Price !j0c.
For sale by Marsters Drug Co. mltf
Notice for Sale of State Lands.
Notice is hereby niven that the Statt
Land Board will receive sealed bids tin
til Nov. 11, VM)-2, at 2 p. m., for the salt
of the foll6wing des-ril)ol State Lauds,
Section 3(5 and south half of section 1(1
Tp33)s., It 14 W.of W. M.
the north ball ot the north half and
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of section lrt, Tp 41 S.,
R 1 E,., containing 308.40 feres.
Applications to purchase must be
made on regular blanks in accordance
with the law for sale of School Lands
and be. aceonipunied by cash or check
for one-lifth of the amount bid for Cer
tihcate of Sale, or, 111 full piyment,
(lecii will msue.
The right to reject any and all bids is
Applications and bids should be ad
dressed to "M. L. Chamlierlin, Clerk of
Board, Salem, Orego"n," and marked
"Application and bill to 'purchase State
lands," M. L. Ciiamiikhi.in, '
o'J inll Clerk of Board.
Dated this 18th day of Oct. BW2.
B C Rol'erts, Oialla Ore.
II J Mahoncy Mrs II J Enssell
Mrs M E Bass K Shannon Taylor
S Southworth Orant Taj lor
J A Hogan Hamillou Smith
W L Deardoff . ; W AdaMs
A B Disbrow F II Armstrong
A T Bcstul Wm Burae
D II Hunter F II Hoffman
EC Smith Mrs Lore) U Brig
M Howe FtlStewirt
Frankieorge II II Drater
Rev Jas Conner Bertha A Iaib
Rev N J liar bit Isaac Jarvis
II II Wardrip W C rkkens
RandoMh Rose C D Williams
M F Howard W E Thtrnton
S M Parker
If any one has liecome a subscriber to
the Pi.aindk w.r.r in the Inst two weeks
whose name does not appear above they
will confer a favor by notifvmg this
ofiice at once.
EUGENE rilOH SCHOOL WINS.
Defeats Drain Normal School in an
Easy Game Friday.
EroENE, Oct. 31. The football game
this afternoon iietween the' Drain Nor
mal team and the Eugene High School
was a fairly good exhibition of gridiron
work. Being the first game of the year
the High ScIkxJ evinced a little
nervousness ut the outset. The field
was not very muddy and tjie players
were full of vim which made the game
quite interesting. The rain did not
bother. Good rooting was done by the
High School and a few friends of the
Normal did themselves glorious from
the leather-lunged standpoint. The
officials were Burgess Ford and Prof.
The lineup was as follows :
e. ii.s. o.c. x. s.
Francis rel G.Sanders
Holt rt 1 Johnson
Evans rg 1 J Brookhart
Booth (capo c m O Drain
Hendershott I g r J Safley
McCornack Itr V Hedgpeth
Kuykendall l F Whipple
Grav r h 1 J Heuningtou
Sard" I" W,,i''P,e
Kestly f G Wimberly
Subs, E H S, L Brook, A P.rbok, Davis
THE GOVERNMENT REMITS.
Soldiers Home Fund Replenished
Salem, Oct. SI. State Treasurer C. S
Moore yesterday received a remittance
from the Govern men t of (1,500 to, re
plenish the National Fund for ti
Soldiers, Home, for the quarter ending
September 30, 1W2. .
An Heir at Long Range.
P. B. Whitney, the well-known S. P
freight agent and ex councilman of the
city of Ashland baa fallen heir to a legu
cy of 110.74. He inherits this amount as
the great-great-grandson of Robert Pat
ten, a Yankee traderof the latter partot
the 18th century. In 1?8 the schooner
rOrauKe," which was plvi iir between
the Connecticut coast and the Wes
India Islands, was captured by a French
privateer, ami some merchandise be
loimins to Patten taken. Claims were
mado to the French government, am
now at the expiration of 104 years, the
amount which has been allowed, will
ls distributed to the 110 hei -s. Tidings
Little Ranch for i-ale.
The first half resulted: Eugene 29 ;
Second half Eugene 23. Drain 0,
Total scoro Eugene 52. Drain 0, .
A good little homo for salii; 17 acre
adjoining fair grounds, 14 nii.es east of
Rosebure. Good buildinin, 150 izood
bcarina fruit trees. 10 acre! in cultiva
lion. Price 1225. For particulars in
Hiiire at Milikin'a shoe stori', Roseburg
Wheat l as an npwaul trend,
more notches can lo ntood,
!t Pv 5-s ?
f. oraio uarefmer
COOS BHYSTHGE ROUTE 5
C. D. Elt
Fok Rest. 13 acres level land near
town, withbuVidirgs etc., for one year.
D. S. K. Ecus
(o3Ctf) Rosvburg, Ore.
The readers of this
pleased to learn that there is at lea
one dreaded disease that sience has been
able to cure in ail its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Core is the
only pnt-itive cure known-to the medical
fraternitv. Catarrh being a conatitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall'sCalarrh Cure is Lit en
nternallv, acting . directlv upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem
therebv destrovinc the foundation of
the disease, ami giving the patient
strensrth bv building ns the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors, have so much faith in
its curative powers, mat tuer oner un
Hundred IMIars lor anv case thai it
fails to cure. Send for list of testimoni
Address F. J. Chexet Co.,
Sold bv Dnigeists, "5c.
Halls ramilv 1 ills are the pest.
That word hacking is expressive to
those who have experienced me acirra-
vating constant cough, which is called a
hacking cough. Sometimes it ia the
rmlt of a cold, or of irrip, and some
times it ia a consequence of catarrh,
has gradually in
volveu the lungs
in disease. Such a
cough finds its
cure in Dr. Pierce's
lung disease, hem
orrhage, anil con
if nejilected or ua
lead to consumption.
" For twelve yrr I
m a mfTercr from
catarrh aoU in ltn.
td by (M of lti lct
phTkHo la the Siite of North Cumliiuk. who
mil the trouble hwl reached my lnnp." write
Mr. J M. rllo. 01 Ckrtho. IranMH-an'a to.,
N. C. '1 trrrw worse every day until I tried Dr,
Werce'a medicine. WUl av l)r. Pierce'a Golden
Medical Discovery with coe bMtle of Ir Satw'i
Catarrh Kemedy cured roe. onu to-iay i am wen
and hearty, and I will say mrtlier that my
former physician. Dr. W. M. Lyilay, recom
mend Dr.' Pierce' medicine to me aud to
other. I am sure your medicine will cure any
cute of catarrh tbat txista. I recommend them
If you ask your dealer for "Golden
Medical .Discovery because you have
confidence in its cures, do not allow
yourself to be switched off to a medicine
1' . JMt . !.!--
claimed to be "lust as good," but which
you did, not ask for and of which you
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medicul
Adviser is sent frte on receipt of stamp
to dv expense of maiiintr only. fmr
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered
book, or stamps for the cloth-bound
volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf
falo, N. Y,
' THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST i'. J
? J. SISTERS, Proprietor
an i Family Eecijjs,
Rubber Goo Is, To-let
Article, Lin and Ce
ment, Paints, Oils and
Gla., rerfamery, 1 rush
es, ?rnges. Brashes Etc.
Rambler Bicycles and
Sundries. School Sap-plies.
A. C. Marsters & Co
DrcSs' sreiicI.iEs, CheoSiZ
Stationery School Kecks
7""' -on-.xar. janaanr M. "C2, w- will char ,7) for
thefare roa, Ds, t, Cm Bay. Bae ai:33ee with each
50 pounds. Jravehmg men are flowed 75 rounds ba--.- vc
have poj.1l. or more All exce. 3crs! dCaI
lowance will be made for roani trip. DAILY STAGE.
For farther information address
Ja Ra Sawyers,
Proprt.r, Drain. Orevon
ir fmfy T-
h fasS!3a3i!e Attire.
7 YourLvaaJrr iV-. efaspicooos
f ja:aM ot yoar v-rl. Therefore re-1;,'r-ln)v
"to.ija than other arti
cles of wear. We'll do it np for yoa in
a style tint II Voa nnf.ri
ia the arr of
Shirts. - .
to fiae uuea.
p!es.ir. WVi ex?.-u
x I 'T.n, aal work of the
gral? a: bnMt ti'.n.
an I cifj liaalerel
Sijciil a.teat:-a glvia
First diss service.
They've gone and done it iu-:.
Done away with the dark-room in
developing. A little machine to de
velope film negatives in daylight
without going to a darkroom Any
child can operate it. See this won
derful invention at our store.
II k Woolley.
Cause and Effect.
. Responsive to the touch, and perfect
in tone and artiou, the Yose piano has
aeciired a hold on popular favor accorded
to none other. It is a standard instru
ment, of the highest grade. Unexcelled
in n single feature of merit. ' No better
piano made. Not hi-h priced, either.
Sold at exceedingly low figures for ca.h,
or on easy time .paymonts. Everyone
W, A. BURR & CO.