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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1903)
and if our SPRING and SUMMfR? ,
Line is not better than aify other, don't buy
from us. We are showing this season the
Latest Styles in
Silk Gause Novelties, Sole Jouree, Silk
Zephyr, Corded Chambray, Lawn Caladine
Novelties, Fancy Madrass Organdies,
Lawn Sinaloa Novelties; Minerva Dimities,
Leno Applique Lawn, Afton Dimity, Blouse
Linens, Organdies, Linen Batiste, Chal
lles, Sarsiickcr Ginghams, Percale
AND ALL THE LATEST IN DRESS GOODS
Qlr !r We carry the Finest Line of Made-up Skirts in town, and our line of Underskirts cannot be
equaled for quality and price
Our Spring and Summer Line of Clothing
Embodies many special features tliat Mill in-
nt l.l At II al
terest you. me doming mai b h'ii ironi mo
II ighest to the Lowest grade ib in every ease finely tailored and thoroughly dependable.- We recommend it
with confidence even though our prices are lower than nny other store sell for the same quality. Also a new
and up-to-date line of Indies' and Gent's Neckwear. OUR SHOES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Sole Agents for the W. L. Douglas Shoe
The People s Store
V One Door South of P. O.
For a Limited Time
35c. papers for 20
50c. papers for 40
All New StocK ' .
and Latest Cut
Envelopes : :
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Also off on Fine Leather
Goods until Wednesday
evening. Dont Miss these
bargains : : : : : :
and STATIONERY STORE.
Of Local Interest,
See the Title Guarantee & Loan Co.
for bine print- and filing papers, tl
Dressmaking and all plain sewing
neatly done to order. Call on Mrs.
Walls opposite the City Hall.
Get your abstracts ot title from J. D
Hamilton. He has the only complete
set of abstract books in the county, tf
A. A. A. Atkins always ahead maker
of the only silver steel saws. None bet
ter made. You will find a complete
line at Churchill and Woolleys.
Fresh oysters all styles. Pan, fancy
and pepper roasts a specialty. Served
oy an expert cook, at Railroad Eatirg
House, Mesdames Lohr & Gegax, pro- order, price $5 .00. 1, 3 in. wagon com
John L. Arr.ner, of Canyonville, was
in town Friday.
Waxted. A man to spray trees. En
quire at this office. .
For a good 25-cent meal go to the Re
sort. Georgk Gabbkrt.
Hon. G. W. Riddle, of Atalea, was ui
town on business Friday.
John Hall, of Myrtle Creek, was a
business visitor here Friday.
You eau get anything you want in the
line of garden tools of S. K. Sykes. tf 17
For your Poultry Supplies, Incubators,
Brooders, etc., go to S. K. Sykes. tfl7
S. D. Chapman and sister, Miss Etta,
came in from Glide Thursday evening.
John Kein, a foimer resident of this
city came up from Portland Thursday.
Try the Pedalis Shoe for Women.
Only $3.00 at Flint's Popular Shoe Par
lors. Mrs. J. M. Potv, who has been visit
in her daughter, Mr. J. S.Taylor, m
Ashland, has returned. j
Miss Nannie Callihan, who has been
in Santa Barbara, Calif., for several
months, returned Thursday. r
Perry Foster has gone to Dunsmuir,
Calif., to accept a position as baggage
master with the S. P. Co.
Yon can do more garden work with a
rianet Jr. Seeder than you can" with a
doxeu hoes. Churchill and V.'oolley
Ray Carhm, who has been in charge
of the switch engine in the yards here,
has gone to Portland to take a run out
or that city.
Mrs. W. R.Willis, who has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Sherman,
in Portland, returned home Thursday
Chickens the most profitable animal
on the farm. Buy a Petal r ma Incuba
tor and get a start in the chicken busi
ness, Churchill and Woolley sell them
Builders take notice, you can do bet
ter to figure w ith S. K. Sykes on your
material before buying any place else.
He has a large stock to select from. tfl7
Call on Drs. Cheadle & Johnson for
up-to-date dental work. 1. Johnson,
late of Portland, will have charge of the
crown and. bridge work department
Prices reasonable. tf
Fob Sal 1, 3in. wagon in running
If yon wart to go to Coos County
points, take the Rosebnrg, Marshneld
route. Spring hacks leave Roeeburg
every day at 6, A. M. Inquire of C. P.
Barnard, agent. tf,
D. S. T. West, having accepted several
old and reliable file jnsurancj eompw
nies, is now prepared to do a general
fire insurance business. Insure with
him. Office at the City Hall. tf.
plete, bed ; wood-rack double-trees and
neck-voke, in fine order, price ,i.UU.
Inquire of C. Van Zile, Douglas St. east
of Hill, Ros.-burg Ore. Mar 19-1 m,
Thos. Cannon of this city who is
hrplpr and raiser of the famous white
Langshan chickens, "greatest of winter
avers," is making a special offer t
those wishing eggs for hatching 15 eggs
for f 1.50. Those w ishing eggs should
wr ite him at once. rfi4
With pride and pleasure we
call your attention to the most suc
cessful trimmed hat department
in the country.
Our styles are as high as the
Heavens, our prices lower than
the lowest depths of the ocean.
Another thing, our selection
is twice as large, giving a splendid
and varied displey to choose from
Best by all tests, Dr. Lowe's glasses.
Albert O'Neal, of Rice Hill, is in the
C. . Hasard, of Drain, was in this
city on Saturday.
H. J. Wilson, of Canyonville was in
this city on Saturday. .
It is human to eeek revenge. It is
God-like to forgive a wrong.
W. L. Nichols and I. B. Riddle, of
Riddle; were in town Saturday.
W. J. Kelleher, of Yoncalla. was in
the city, transacting business, Saturday.
Se;; Dr. Lowe at once about your eyes
and avoid a possible rush, his last day.
Mrs. S.i i) ford is in Portland, for a
month's visit with friends.
Little Miss Veva Buick who has been
very ill of Scarlet fever is now improving
Men wanted to cut 300 tier of wood
Inqnire of Henry Conn, Roeeburg, Ore
gon. Dr. Lowe, the oculo optician is now at
the McClallen House. He leaves Satur
Miss Alice Clinkenbeard, a teacher in
the J!elrcse school, was in Roeeburg
T!ie AUlrich Restaurant for sale or
rent. Terms Reasonable. Call at
Watch our indows for new styles.
Something new always ready for yon at
Hint's Shoe Store.
Don't fad to see Dr. Lowe about your
eyes at onoe, if you need glasses for lie
will not be back soon. v
When in town and yon want a first-
class 25-cent dinner, go to the Reeort.
If your head-aches have Dr, Lowe re
move the cause with a pair of glasses.
He leaves Saturday night.
D. A. Collier, of Coquille, passed'
through Roseburg on Saturday, on a
pleasure trip to San .Francisco.
Bennie Lohr left for Portland Sunday
morning to Uansact business there. He
expects to be away about a week.
Miss Bertha Kay, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. u. f. uosnow, re
turned to her home in Salem, Saturday.
Too Jersey yearling bulls and one grade
Hereford yearling bull for sale. Inquire
of Henry Conn, Roseburg, Oregon, ltp.
Miss May Allen, of Salem, who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Aiken,
left Friday, for Leland, w hero she will
Mrs. F. B. Waite is in Portland at St.
Vincent's Hospital, where she had an
operation performed, Saturday. She is
On or before May, 1903 a $150 photo
graphic outfit for less than one-half
value. Tent and everything complete.
Address A. A. Graves, Roeeburg, Ore.
For sale at Mrs. G. R. Child's, piano,
$70, bedsteads, stoves, fireplace furnish
ings, laundry furniture, shades, chairs,
garden tools, bookshelf and tables. 22-3t
Mr. Jackson, the gunsmith, has just
received a large invoice of blank keys,
and can now fit yon out with anything
in that line at reasonable prices. 2tp
Miss Kate kullerton entertained, a
number of her friends, at an informal
gathering, at her home, Saturday night.
All spent a very enjoyable evening.
Osteopathy is the best treatment for
all diseases peculiar to women. A fair
trial always gives satisfaction. Dr,
Studley nm 11 Taylor & Wilson B'ock.
Hours 9 to 12 a. in., 2 to 5 p. ai
Among those who came over from
Drain to attend the convention Satur
day, were Frank Kent, W. W. Kent,
Roy Applegate, L M. Perkins, J. A.
Black and Benton Mires.
Fairbanks, Morse Jack-of-all-trades
Gasoline engines for farm work, Grind'
ing Mills, Pumps, Churns, Wood Saws,
etc., for sale by S. K. Sykes. Jtfl7
This week, three last days, April 2d
3d and 4 th, Dr. Lowe, the oculo-optician
will be at the MtClallen House. Don'
fail to have him examine your eves, for
fitting glasses. .21-4-2
Miss Baker, .of San rrancisco, is at
ar.11 . ....
wouenuurg tiros, store witu tier em
broidery, where she is prepared to give
lessons. The ladies are invited to call
and see the display of needlework. It
Miss Baker of San Francisco will be in
this city on or about April Jet. with a
complole line of art embroidery and the
latest designs and materials for em
broidered shirt waists. Exact date and
(cation given later. it
Be.aty Bros., King of the Moving
Pictures business will apear at the
Si Iff . ....
upera iiouse, r-aiurar.y, April n, pre
senting Jack and tint Bean Stalk the
jollv old maid from N. Y., Maude Al'.en
the flying lady all colored pictures
Also latest illustrated songs. B.saty
Mrs. Wm. Storm of Ashlsnd, is visit
ing friends in this city.
W.B. Wells, of Olalla. was in this
city on business Saturday.
Fullerton & Richardson, Druggists, on
Cass street near the Depot.
You should see that Bean power ppray
outfit, at Churchill and Woolleys.
The Ladies Culture Club will give
their last musical about April 15.
Miss Hattie Beckley of Oakland, is
visiting friends and relatives in this city.
Nathan Fullerton went to Portland
the latter part of the week, on business.
Mr. Homer High, of Ashland, has
accepted a position in Geo. Kohlhagen's
Miss F. S. Herbert, who has been in
the Rosebnrg land office, has gone to
Washington D. C, to accept a position
in the General Land Office.
On last Thursday the Railroad Eat
ing house was sold to Wood and Co. The
former proprietors, Mesdames Lohr and
Gegax, who have been ' running this
business for sometime, have won through
their pleasant ways and never tiring de
sire to plo-se their patronB, many good
friends among the traveling public, and
the largtUn.de which the Railroad Eat
ing house now enjoys, is due to the busi
ness like war in which these two ladies
ran this place. The new management
will conduct the restaurant as did the
old ones, and will do every thing in their
power to 'maintain the good will and
large patronage which it justly deserves.
Mr. and Mrr. S. C. Flint entertained
Friday night at a very elaborate dinner
party, in honor of Mrs. G. R. Child.
The dinner was served In six courses,
Misses Yell Barker and Kate Fullerton
assisting in serving. Those who were
present were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barker,
Mr. and" Mrs. J. C. Fullerton, Mrs. Wil
lis, Mrs. M. Josephson, Mrs. Seldon,
Mrs. Child and Mr. Kimball. We could
not learn what each course consisted of
but it is said, by those present to have
been one of the nicest served and best
prepared dinners which they ever had
the pleasure of attending.
At the Baptist Church last night the
Rev. E S. Ufford, author of the revival
eong, "Throw out the life-line," spoke
to a crowded house. The gentleman is
one of the most realistic speakers we
have ever beard and his lecture or stsv
mon was illustrated by the actual ap
paratus used in a life saving station.
Among other things he showed a life
line which one year ago saved twenty
three sailors from drowning off the New
England coast. While he whistled and
san? and recited there was a deep vein
of spirituality underneath, and after all
it i- a man's spiritual uature which must
be ! u-I.cd liefore auv ermanent good
can be i.nc; and in religion as well as
morals it is the heart that needs to be
changed. We can all get reformation rt
any noiiieiit we want and wills for it
and l!e religion that merely reforms
without giving an abiding faith in the
power of God lo keep saved, falls short
of what the bible teache. The gentle
man is now taking a trip around the
world aiul bv his own unique ntethods
is preaching the goeiel of salvation
The PuAiNr.tu.Ea hopes that he may he
tlx-me.: lis of throwing out the life-lioe
to many buffeted Bonis.
On Saturday afternoon Mnies. J. C.
Fullertuii and J. F. Barker were boa-
terses at a very charming reception at
he TullerUm home iu West Roseburg.
The fl rall let-orations appearing in the
hall and spacious parlor were artistic
and well disposed. Ferns, bamboo and
branches of flowering quince were mass
ed in corners and alcove, the brilliancy
of the quince blossoms making a pi
ing color scheme against the deep
green of the ferns, and huge bowls
of wild current sprays in bloom were
placed on mantlet and tabouret tee. In
the dining room the decorations were
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Blacli and Colored Etamines,
Voiles, Mistral Cloth, Hop SacRing
Prunella and Melrose Suiti
Large Assortment of Wash SilHs in Plaids and Stripes.
Also Fine Line of Peau de Soies and Peau de Crepes
IH ALL THE LATEST COLORIflGS
Spring Millinery Opening
Tuesday, Yrednesday and Thursday, March 31st, April 1st and 2nd.
Phone 211. AH Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Virginia Drew Trescott pltved in the
opera house Iint Friday ni-ht the jrt
of Manaulva in Count Tolftoi's drama-
tiied play of the Resunection. To U
Mir Trescott justice e nut say that
(lie U a remarkable art rea ail jt-
forrae.1 the play true to life. She was
most ably sopHteJ by her ccinniny
and belter acting we have never .
along the lines of Such a play. But
white we can er. dorse tle acting a a
work of art, we ninst coufess t'-iat tle
moral of tle play is of a very tliitnt.us
nature, the same as would be disc'vcee.l
in reading the original novel as -b-lished
by Count Tolstoi. It is to be re
gretted that su h a fine actress can .!y
ahine or sh'me to advantage wlteu the
is dt'icting and acting the part f an
abandoned or wanton woman, but come
to think of it, if first claw troupe
shook! strike any tow a on the I'acific
slop and give one of the old fhionl
love and affection dramas, that there
would be a " very scattering bouse to
greet the performance. But we do hon
estly believe that the plays in which
Dr. II. L. Slodley the Osteopath hj
now moved into his new office at room
11. Taylor A Wilson Block. He wishe
to thank the rop'e of Rowburg for
their earnest patronage of the act and
will continue to give free consultation.
from 9 to 12 a. m.,2 to5 p. in.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to a! I parties
holding county warrants endorsed prior
to and including Nov. 10th ate re
quested to present the same at the coun
ty treasurer's office for ynent as in
terest will cease tltereon afte the dit
of this notice.
DateRtmeburg, Dooghw County Ore
gon, March 9th, 1903.
Geo. Dim kick,
City Treasurer Notice.
Notice is lreby given to all partiee
holding city warrants, eod'rs.1 prit tr
DecAUii, VMM, are requested to present
tle same at the City Treasurer's office
for payment, as interest w ill cease there
on after the date of this notice.
Iated teisebur. Ore, Mch. otfi, IDOS.
II. C. Suxtm, J,
debauchery, profligacy, seduction and
general abandonment and scenes from
batrniort and bagnio methods of conduct
white and green, bowls of white "narcia- J ag business are depicted, are demoral-
sus being placed at every available I in- ojj anJ roung.
point, and tiie Boral piece on the lnacb
uil.le wu of white hvacinlhs and lon I Promlaect Visitors at the Board of
vines of sinilax. Sandwiches, olives, tea,
cakes and ices were served. Mines.
Fullerton and Barker were assisted by
M ines Brown, Bellows and Child, and
Misses Begina Rast, Gertrude Hast,
Lillian Stanton. Kate Fullerton, and
Veil Barker. About 2J0 guesta paid
their respects to the hostesses during !
Deserted His Wife and Child.
Vascocvbs, Wash., April 4. Claude
A Riddle, who suddenly disappeared
Wednesday, and hat not been seen since,
was last seen on board the steamer Un
dine Wednesday morning, on the way to
Portland. He had left hatne to go to
his work at a local sawmill, and his
lunch basket was found under s pile o
lumber, where he had left It. Riddle
did not get on the boat at the dock, but
went down the river and boarded it at
the drydock. He left no word of his in-
tendent movements, and deserted his
wife and child.
Claude is a son of A. Riddle, of Riddle,
and his relatives say the above report is
not true, but think he is a victim of foul
play. E. D.
Mrs. J. K: Armstrong - esterley
B. Krokenberger Duluth.
W. E. Clinaenpeel Carbomlale, III.
E. A. Foster-rPaichogne, X. Y.
Clias (Jeorge Lebanon, Kaua.
I. H. Woods tlkton.
E. O. Miller llixton, Wia.
John Green " "
Olie Holreo Alma Center, Wis.
Chaa Newell Hixton, Wis.
Jacob Frank " "
Earnest Tower Louisas a.
J. A: Black Drain, Ore.
P. M. Ldstrom Moro Minn.
W. A. Sunmonde Brock way.
M. A. Strain Oakland.
Q. E. Eddy Minneapolis. Minn.
E.E.Eddy " "
Gust S. Cheller Grar.d Rapids, is,
Ydis fma 113 to 23 BasWs Per Acre
- Jt is the earliest Oat in cul
yielded, stands up well
and has a ' large, white,
heavy kernel covered with
a thin hull, k making it
THE KING HILLING OAT
Awardtxl the first prize at
Oregon State Fair, 1902.
Prict-s, 30c. per lb., 4 11.
pivtjaid, tl- Our Seed An
nual No. 72 tells all about
it and other good things ia .
the seed line. Write us.
They are Provtog Satisfactory. PORTLAND SEED CO, Porllxai CfC
Scaled bids will be received op ta noon
of Friday, May 1, for the erection of a
three-story packing house, 50x4 in
sire, to be built in Rosebnrg, Ore. Plans
and specifications may be seen at the
office of Frank E. Alley, Architect, Rose
burg. All bids to be accompanied with
a certified check for 5 per cent of the es
timated price, and the ownei reserve
the right to reject any or all bids.
Maich SJ, 1903. C. Gaxlet.
BELL. At Myrtle Creek, Or., on Tues
day, March 31, 1903, Mrs. Elizabeth
Bell, aged 89 years.
Mrs. Bell was the mother of Rev. J.
R. N. Bell with whom she lived for a
number of years in this city, and Mrs.
John Hervey, of Myrtle Creek, at whose
borne ' she 'died. She was buried at
Myrtle Creek Thursday.
The Supplemental Chamber Oo., .
Roe esc i. Ore.
Gentlemen friease send Die via ex
press, one dozen Gillette's Supplement
al Chambers; fitted for S2 b. & Y.
Short and Browning Automatic Smoke- i
lew cartridge. Ths brass Chamber or
dered some time ago having proved sat
isfactory I can do business with them
when the spring season opens.
Tours truly, H. J. Stillman, Gua
nmith, Pendleton, Ore. Jan. 9th, 1903.
ToEOjrro, Jan. 13th, 1903.
The S. C. Co., Rosebnrg, Ore.
Dear Sirs: I beg to thank you for
sample brass chamber and the informa
tion concerning same. Have delayed
answering your letters in order tliat I
mightiest the chamber for my own sat
isfaction and knowledge. I find same
works perfect satisfactory and now wish
to apply for the sole selling agency for
the Dominion of Canada.
Yours very truly,
F18 A. II. Fsxx., Nfgs. Agent.
Notice of Final'
la Cocnt. Oartot Bute o( Creeps
It ttw master o the rstate of I
GolIr.T Ktp, deerl
Notki herrDT mto that tn oalemmJ
nwawrot the bor ntit-l Mialu htt fiird
la he br n.ra eoart hi tmal in 6uml
etu.mcot ol ttid mate at the c-nrt bT r
df tlaly atadf and enterr-J Ina Journal
Iherrol iiel Xfo.Ui March IXS for hoar
th ob wet i"t V anr tn..;il final accunl and
Itetcd Uili '.m oar of Finarr. 1W.
Smith DaadnsfT Pxsmad
Slope; itching scalp upon one applica
tioo, tl.ree to six removes all dandruff
and w ill stop falling hair. Price 50c.
For aale by Msrsters Drug Co. m' J
If yoa Lave a rir.g that ia
broken or a set lost out, er
possibly you have a ring that
is just a little to small of a
little to large, perhaps yow
have one that needs strength-.
ening or ia badly beat. I aai
prepared to do all kinds d
ring repairirg. I not only
guarantee my work, but I
guarantee yoa will be we.1
pleased with the Job : : :
Title Guarantee & Lean Co
t. D. Hawn.TO.
OIStntbCnrtHWifc. Har th.sn'y ema
p..( art o abuaet book ta Doiaa Cooaty
ItotncatMOn-jcaM ol TiUa tnrmith
PoB'.aaeoai-ty laJ ami mtttiatcla-m. iaw
CiroBiiuK olTraoian ol -t towb!i
viae t thff Ea.bir. Orra. V. . L 1 W
W Li mat feiue jkrxst eopfaia of aay tow
Mr. G. W. Short went to Rosebnrg on
Mr. Geo. Bacon is visiting with friends
Mr. G. W. Grubbe has bad the front
of his store re-painted.
Miss Bird Otey,of Portland, is visiting
relatives in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Loom is were visit-
j ing with C. Grubbe's, on Sunday.
Do not forget the box supper here
next Saturday. Everybody invited.
A number of our young people attend
ed the box supper at Winchester, last
Mr. ana Mrs. ri. J. iiarbit spent sev
eral days in Oakland. Mr. Iiarbit
preached there on Sunday.
Buff Plymouth Rocks.
bggs of purebred stock for sale at 1
Blotlfj-ett Bradley'B 2nd store,
Kosoburg, at 50 cents a setting. 19-1 mp I
WALKER. In this city, April 3, 1303,
to Mr. and Mrs.. I,. A. Walker, a son
A Bargais vt Timber. ISO acres of
fine white cedar and old-growth fir tim
ber la Coos county, Ore. Lies on bank
of a good driving stream in easy reach
of log market on tidewater. For partic
ulars in this and other timber deal.s in
quire of Wm. M. Porter,
m Ifitf . Camas Valley, Oregon.
Remaining uncalled for at the Rose-,
burg post office.
Bffrrow, Mr J R. Martin, Miss Iva
Deans, Miss E Porter, Mr T
Erickson, MrJW Stewart, Ole
Williams, Mrs. Alice A
Jenkins, Mr T W White Mr Eli
Persons calling for these letters will
plewse stato the date on which they are
advertised, April 6 1903.
The letters will be charged for at the
rate of one cent each.
Wm. A. Fkatkr, P. M
Kros. comes to our city very highly rec- Petitions are Ixing extensively circu
oiuiiiunu-ju. mr. rironir oiirr. u w w .n, l irno. ll,o i
Housa will refund your money if not j the gtate to refer to the referendum the
satwfactory. Admission 25, 35, and 50. j porla;0 Railroad appropriation and the
J Ticket on sale at Strongs. It 4 Elyv iaw on corporations. '
A quarter-block near center of the
town, containing two good houses, rent
al $27 a mouth. Also two desirablo
building lots. The lots can Ihj had 604
rately if desirod. Apply to
D. S. K Bcick.
$loo Reward $loo.
S K SYKES
Stoves and Tinware
The readers of this paper will be
ileased to lenrn that tltere is at least
one dreaded disease that science, has
been able to cure in oil its stajys and
that is Catarrh. Hal's Catarrli Cure
is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
constitutional disease, require)! a con
stitutional treatment: Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surface of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundations of tha disease, anJ giving
the patient strength by building np the
constitution and assisting nature ia do-
1112 its work. The proprietors have so
iiHich frtitb iu its curative powers, that
they offer one Hundred Dollars for any
ew that it fails to cure. Send for list
Address. F. J. CllAStT. & Co.,
Sold by all Druggists, 75 cents.
Hall's Family pills are the best.
Mow Is Your Clianc
Our new goods have arrived and they
are all 0. H. We can show some
THAT IS NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
We have the Snow FlaKe Goods for Waists and
rt l .v P.Jf-,1 f J ir.Mt ti Tt t in.
tMnd in the line cf Fancy Hose 'Ae have then.
Some new patterns that are very pretty.
WOLLENBHIG BROS., Flionc CO!