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GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER u. 1901.
R. E. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN aud SCRiiEON
Office, Room 2 over Cost Office Residence
Booth Honse, 7ih and A.
QRAKT8 PASS. 0BEO0!.
P'setlcet In all Stat tad Federal Coorts
Office over First National Bask.
VjtAXTI Pits, OataoH.
U. 8. DEPUTY
QEORGE H. BINNS,
Office opposite Hotel Josephine
GuiHTi Pass. - Osteon.
Men Wantedl !
at Wolf Creek, Oregon. Good tim
ber, aud good wages can be made.
DUNBAR V KUYKENOALL,
Wolf Creek, Ore.
Extra Family Flow
And Everything that goes with First-
For sale by J. M. Chilks, E. A.
Wadb and T. B. Cornkix
Call fer It; same price as other brands
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furmtare and Piano
' GRANTS PASS, OREGON
The aopvlar barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Lath room in connection
II. II. BARTON,
Full assortment of Watches, Clocks, Sil
verwear and Jewelry. A Good
Assortment of Bracelets and
Clemens' Drug Store
J. M. CHILES
Fine Batter a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRUSH anp SALT
The Almy Restaurant
Open Day and Night
And will serve
Oysters in any Style.
Brown Brrad and Boston Baited Beam
for aale at all times.
After tliis date the Almy Boarding Ucose
wilt be conducted as a
Short -Order Restaurant
MF.AU AT ALL HOURS,
Mrs. Geo. Almy.
Fiont St., cor. 7th.
Banking and Trust Co,
CAPITAL STOCK $50,00.
Teanascts a gensral Banking bnsinesi.
Receives deposita a object to check or
on demand certificates.
Onr customers are assured of coartecnt
treatment and ereiy consideration con
sistent with sound banking principles.
J. Khaki: Watsob, Pres.
Ecus Pollcck, Vice-Prea.
L. L. Jbwei.i,, Cashier.
Yon should think of your horse when
you are buving home gooila as well at
yourself. Not only will the horse he
more comfortable in the harness and
horse effects we provide, but yon will
ertaln to be Satisfied,
tince vou will have a pride in your out
fit. Our horse goods arc our pride.
We want to make them vonr pride al
io. These articles are well made, are
sure to p a pleasure wherever used,
and we believe yon will lind them all
they should be. The price ia right,
ROOSEVELT ON ANARCHY.
Extracts on Anarchy txnd An
archists from tha Presi
We mourn a good and great president
who ia dead; but while we mourn we
are lifted np by the aplendid achieve
ment of bit life and the grand heroism
with which be met bit death.
When we turn from the man to the
nation, the harm done it to great aa to
ton, apologises for crime or excites
The anarchist, and especially the
anarchist in the United Butee, It merely
one type of criminal, more dangerous
thau any other because he represents
the same depravity in a greater degree.
The man who advocates anarchy direct
ly or indirectly in any shape or fashion
or the man who apologizes for anarchists
and their deeds, makes himself niotully
accessory to murder before the fact.
The anarchist it a criminal whose per
verted instincts lo.id him to prefer con
fusion and chaos to the most beneficent
form of social order. His protest ol con-
excite our gravest tpprebensiont and
to demand our wisest and most resolute, cern for workingmen Is outrageous in itt
action. This criminal was a professed impudent falsity : fdr II the political in
anarchist, inflamed by the teachings of
professed anarchists, and probably also
by tbe reckless utterances of those
who, on the ttump and in the public
preas, appeal to tbe dark and evil
apirita of malice and greed, envy and
sullen hatred. Tbe wind it sowed by
the men who preach such doctrines, and
they cannot escape there share of
responsibility lor tbe whirlwind that is
reaped. This applies alike to the de
liberate demagogue, to the exploiter ol
sensationalism, and to the crude and
foolish visionary who lor whatever ret-
Capital Stock, - - $50,000.
Keceive deposits subject to check or on
certificate payable on demand.
Sells sight drafts on New York, Ban Fran
Cisco, and Portland.
Telegraphic transfers told on all points in
the United States.
Rpecial Attention given to Collections anc'
general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern
Oregon, and on all accessible points.
R. A. BOOTH, President.
J. 0. CAMPBELL, Vice Preslduut.
II. L.OILKEY, Cashier.
Tie Old Reliable Implement Honse
of Southern Oregon still leads in a largo now stock of
Plows, Drag-tooth, Spring-tooth and Disk Harrows. Farm
and Heavy-draft Wagons, Hacks, Carriages and Buggies
Plow repairs, Water and Gas Pipe, Plumbing goods,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils Etc.
ip. ii. rscii3inrr.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS.
J. B. PADIH3CK, Paora.
I am prepared to furnish anything in the line ol Cemetery work In any kind
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my saying
that I can fill vour orders in the very best manner.
Can (urnish work in Scotch, Swede or Americsn Granite or any kind c
Mrbe J. B. PADDOCK,
front Btreot Next to Greene's Gsrtehop.
Guaranteed to Equal Any $100
E. L. KING, Gen. Aft
21S Sunsome HI,
I HAVE SOLD OUT
My Big Stock of Furniture, and will give possession the 1st ot
January, setting forth the fact that to Reduce Stock. I will continue the
Big Discount Sale of 50 per cent
OR ONE-HALF OF THE PRICE BUYS WALL PAPER. A chance of a life time.
16 2-3 XISCOTJISTT OIST
Carpets. Rugs, Linoleums Bedroom Suites, Extension Tables and other lines.
Call and Get Prices.
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED FROM
THE WEEK'S DISPATCHES.
Kew Religions Experiment Ferryboat
IMsastur In 8in FrwtieJsco Uay Hold
Holdup In Sacramento Kxpross Mes
senger Charles llewiirdud.
stitutioua ot this country do not afford
opportunity to every honest and intelli
gent ton of toil, then the door of bops
forever closed against hiin. The an
archist is everywhere not merely the
ne my ,o( system and of progress, but
the deadly foe ot liberty. If ever an-
rchy is triumphant, its triumph will
last for but one red moment, to be suc
ceeded ior sges by the gloomy night ol
For the anarchist himself, whether he
preaches or practices his doctrines, we
need not have one particle more con
cern than for any ordinary murderer
He is not the victim of social or political
injustice. There are no wrongs to
remedy in his rase. The cause of his
criminality is to bo found in his own
vil passions and in the evil conduct of
those who urge hiin on, not in any
failure by others or by the stale to do
justice to him or his. He is a male
factor and nothing else. lie is in uo
sense, in no shape or way a "product of
social conditions," save as a highway
man is "produced" by the lact that an
unarmed man happens to have a purso.
It is a travesty upou the groat and holy
nsniee of liberty and (reedSin to permit
them to be invoked in such a cause.
No man or body of men preaching
anarchistic doctrines should be allowed
at largo any more than if preaching the
murder of some specified private in
dividual.. Anarchistic speeches, writ
ings, and meetings are essentially
seditious and treasonable.
1 earnestly recommend to the con
gress that in the exercise ol its wise
discretion it should take Into considera
tion the coming to this country of an
archists or persons professing principles
hostile to all government and justifying
the murder ol those placed in authority.
Such individuals as those who not long
ago gathered in open meeting to glorify
the murder of King Humbert of Italy
perpetrate a crimo, and the law should
Insure their vigorous punishment.
They and those like them should be
kept, out of this country; and II found
here they should he promptly deported
to the country whence they came; ai.d
far reaching provision should he made
for the punishment of those who stay
No matter calls more urgently for the
wisest thought of the congress.
The federal courts should be gtvm
jurisdiction ovur any man who kills
attempts to kill the president or any
man who by the constitiun or by law is
in line of succession lor tho presidency,
w hile the punishment for an utmicceas
lul attempt should be proportioned to
the enormity o the offense against ou
Anarchy is a crime agaiiiHt the whole
human race, and all mankind should
band against the anarchist. Hit crime
should be made an offense against thi
law of nations, like piracy and that form
of man-stealiug known as the slave
trade; for it is of far blacker infamy
than either. It should bo to declared
by treaties among all civilised powers
Such treaties would aive to the federal
govermeut the power of dealing with the
liriin coiniueiitai v upon tho fully of
the anarchist position was allurded by
tue attitude o( the law toward the viry
criminal who had just taken the life oi
the president. The people would -have
torn him limb from limb if it had not
been lor the law he defied was at once
invoked in bis behalf. So far from his
deed being committed on behalf of the
people aitainrl the government the
gnveruuieut was obliged at once
Many nice X-M.is Presents at Reduced Pikes. Several Big Bargains left iu Rocking
16x20 Portrait Frames fi.oo eacn. uure-rum-.y B-...6 ;
and save money on every purchase
Wilbur's Big Furniture Store.
exert Its lu. I police power to lave hiin
from instant death at the hand of the
C'0le. Moreover, his d I worked ii'.t
the sii.h'est dislocation in our govern
mental eyntcm, and the danger of Ii
ciirrunco cf s icli de it, no matter how
gn at it might grow, would work only in
the directi"ii of s. lengthening and givinv
lu mlinc to the forces of order. No
man will ever te restrained from he
corning pier-id- nt by any fear as to hii
personal ulely. If the risk to tl
president's life b.catue great it would
mean that the olli -e would more and
inoro Coin.- to he lnl. il by uiun of
spirit which would mate tiiein resolut
and merciless lu dealing with every
friend of disorder. Tuis great country
will not fall Into anarchy, and if
anarchists should ever become a aerioui
menace to its institutions they would
not merely be stamped out, but would
involve in their cwn ruin every active or
psitaive nympalliizcr Willi their doc
trines. Tbe American people are slow
to wrath, but when their wrath is once
kindle J it burns like a consuming Same
Enoye.lile Winter Trip.
A winter trip to Southern California
and Arixona via the famous hhasta
(tools is one never to be forgotten. Re
newed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interns'
and added sources of enjoyment under
its sunny skies, in tho variety ol Inter
ests and added industries, In its proiiOe
vegetation and among its numberless
retorts of mountain, shore, valley and
Two trains leave Portland daily
nioruing and evening for California.
These trains are equipped with the
most improved pattern of standard ai;d
I tourist sleeping cars, and the low rates
place the trip in reach of all.
John W. Mackay says that teloprnphlo
Minimuiication bet wee u San Francisco
nml llouolulu may coufldoully bo looked
for next full
Gravel is now being taken out ot the
Gray and Wing mine at Folsom, CaU,
that goes fl50 to the pnu. Further
operations lu the neighborhood will bo
The opening to settlers ot the San Ja-
tluto forest reserve, says a Lot Angelot
dispatch, will not take place until March
i. Instructions to this effect huvo bocu
reooived from Washington.
Nell a Nollson, aged about S3 years,
stint and killed hlmsolf vhtlo insane iu
his room at a lodglng-houno in Lot An.
galea It Is stated that Nollson, who
en, mo from Mason City, Ia., was suffer
ing irrcatly from hunger, which is sup
posed to have been tho cause ol uis insanity.
John Heiurlohs, 23 years of ago, who
last May pickod Secretary Wilsou's
pockot while the presidential party was
at the Soldiers Homo at bautn Monica,
and has lulu In the oouuty jail ever
since under two charges of grand lar
ceny, pleaded guilty at ljos Anpeios,
and was sentenced by Judge Smith to
three years at Sou Queutm. Helurichs
shed tonrt on lilt way to j.IL Ho says
his homo Is lu Now l ork.
Jack Wright, an onglueor ou tho Ore
gon Hailwny and Navigation company's
lino along Snake river, with a train of
seven cars covored CI) miles In 5t) mill
utos, making but oue stop lu that dis
tance, when a minute was lost taking
water. The track was laid on a now
grade two years ago aud has many
Armed with a olub and hissing lllto a
Borpeut, an in mine section hand em
ployed by the Southoru Pacific, charged
a party of railroad laborers at Ontario,
Oal., scattering tliem. Iu trying to ar
rest him Sheriff Browu and a Mexicn-i
were badly injured, the Mexican having
his head split open. hilo llrowu was
fleeing from tho mautao another oflloer
arrtvod with a lasso and suooeedod lu
roping tho fellow's legs, throwlug him
to the ground. Ho was then tied to a
treo nntil a team could bo procured to
take him to Sun liernardiuo, whence ho
was taken to the Highland asylum.
Whilo boing taken through tho city It
was found nocossary to koop a heavy
cloth about his faoo to prevent his hiss
ing aud spitting.
Goveruor Rafael Ysalwl of Sonora,
Mexico, notified Oovornor Murphy of
Arizona that he had Men directed to
surrender Gulllormo Lisaldn, wanted fur
the murder of a woman at Yuma, thus
testifying a willingness on tho part of
the Mexloau government to work iu
harmony with the American border
states for tho punishment of criminals.
The South African Vaudeville coin-
pany, whoso real object is of a mere in-
tile nature, gave a froe eutertaiiimcut ut
the Athenoium lu Santa Hosa, and sold
tooitiseus cheap jewelry at high prions.
Modlocre olgars wore also sold for f 10 a
box. Many ot tho purchasers, boliuviug
they had been swindled, gathered at
the eutraucts to tho theater to wreuk
vengeance ou the principal members of
tho compnny, aud It required tho efforta
ot tho sheriff aud two assistants to pro-
toot the salusmau from tho fury ot tha
mob. He was escorted to his hotel aud
loft the city on tho oarly morning tBniu.
Several socoding olorgymeu from the
ovuugollcal faiths aud somo other per-
Bons who declare thcnuelves dlsMtislled
with tho existing conditions among tho
deuoiulnatlous will make a new religions
experiment lu San Franolseo. Under
the name of "ChrUtliin Comrades" they
are about to launch a movement which
they term tlio "New Kviingellnm." Tins
non-sectarian movement will lm pro'
cuted with all the seal noil devotion that
chnructcrixo the Salvation Army, but
without Its sensational methods. It. v.
lloliert Whl(kr of tho Haptlst church
in t nlo Alto, l.al., Is tlie leaner In tlio
movement, mid with him are asHixduted
ltev. C. Calvert Hiuont, formerly pastor
of the First llaptisl chnreh of huxoue,
Or.; Kev. V. I. Wheat, formerly pastor
( the Park Congregational church In
tan FrunciMjo, and Warren L. 1' ohm.
noe vine principal of the Stockton High
Tho lumlie-r Largo Whwlur, bound
for Sau Francisco from Nelialern, lu
low of the tug Voffburg of Axtoria, It
believed tu li.ive luiii'd turtle
result of a terrible storm which raged
jtt the Oregon coast Inst week, mid It is
feured the tour imm aboard the bar
have lost thmr lives. The towing lino
purled during the blow, and tlio tug
Las return d to ,ort. Captain CliriM
Ahaes havinfr given up all hope for tho
safely of the l,irge and the mm.
An imiueiiMi scaffolding n"l iu th
mustructloli of the Southern California
Ice company's p'ant at Ban leiuui
Jlno, suddenly gave way, injuring 13
workmen, at h ast four of whom will
lie. It Is buj posed that the frequent
pasxlug of trains along tho Santa Fu
tracks close by tho structure cuu-i"d it
to boooiue weakened.
To avoid the p nal len which the Cali
fornia law linpowi on lhou who marry
within a year of the date of divorce, the
jlvorcees of Southern California are
making Tm Juaua iiliuo.t as uot"d a
place as is lteuo with liortliern Cnltfor
Sln people who d'airu to marry In con
travention of the law. Moat of tbe
rlsitiug couples seeking the services ol
:he alcalde of Tia Juuua como from Los
Angeles, aud they inako the trip t
Mexican ll over the National City and
CHny railroad or secure a U am and lriv
from Ban Diego.
As a resolt of one of thoo periodical
outbreaks between rival Chluese tongs
In Ban Francisco, two, men were shot
dead, while other two were taken to the
Receiving hospital to bo trusted for
serious wounds lnlllcte.1.
Mba Klunipke of Sin Fratn lsoo, who
for IS yoors bos Lceu atoUtaut at the
Paris Observatory, Is going to Stanford
university as chluf aanstaut to l'rofos.
sir Isaao Ilolx-rts. Hor specialty will
be astral photography.
Charles K. Charles, the Wells, Fargo
It Co 's messeutfur who uiado to galluut
a rrnlsteiice lu tho recent holdnp ol tho
Oregon express near Kngnno, was pre
sented by his employers with fl.OOO in
greenbacks and n bei.utiful gold niodul,
(.ultably inscribed. The presentation
was made iu the otttccs of the company
at Snu Francisco, lu tha presence of the
bftlccrs and directors.
The Southern Paciflo oompauy'sagout
nt India, Cal., had closed down tho win
dows for the night and was about to
leave tor his home, wheu a powerfully
built insane man, aimed witha revolver,
entered, nud demaudod of the ageut
w hy he had put out tho snu. Tho agout
supposed the man to bo joking, but tho
maniac pointed tho revolver at him aud
threatened to blow out his brains. Tho
Santa Claus has boon loading
We are laying away
nt was ordered luto a corner, where
all uight ho tried many rases to effect
his escnpj, which he finally did at T
o'clock uext morning. Tho insane man
Iu a duuso fog which shrouded Saa
Francisco bay a oollisiou occurred be
tween tlio steamers S.iusalito aud San
Rafael, the latter going to the bottom
wiihtu 20 uiinutea. Tho number of
lives lost Is still unknown, but many
passengers were severely Injured. Only
three are kuowu to have been drowued
iu tho wreck, and of thoso but ouo body
has btcu recovered. Tho two vossola
were approaching each other, oach hid
den from view by tho dense fog, whon
suddenly, through somo error lu the
signals for passing, tho bow ot tho Saa
salito crashed into tho starboard: side of
the San Kafael, cutoriug the restaurant,
hero many peoplo wore eating, many
of tin in being severely injured. Tho
San Kafael nt ouco begnu to sink, and
l-aulo prevailed. As tho vessel sottlod
nearer to the surfaco of tho water, her
lifihta went out aud tho terror of the
missengers onco inoro bocaiuo uure-
slralned. Hopes wore thrown from tho
Sausalito, and many porsous wore
dragged up by ropes. Many jumped
overboard nud were pioked np by the
boats of tho two steamers. When the
San Hafuol had sunk, tho Sausalito
-relight the rescued passengers to Buu
Tho captain of tho San Francisco
schooner Ijinra Madseii, employed iu
tho lumber trade botweeu Grays Har
bor and San Diego, required a stowaway
who w.u difCovorcd ou board to slgu
the ship'a ui Holes to servo as a member
the crew to tho end of tlio voyage,
an I ho was marked on tho articles as a
Mowawav. Tha stowaway, whilo haul
ing. on the braces, fell to the deck and
was severely Injured. Dra. Soammol
and Ovrrmoyer of Aberdeen, Wash.,
libel. d thu schooner to onforoo payment
for their sci vices as physicians In treat
ing tho Injured niau. Judgo lUnford,
In the United States court at Tacoma,
tiled, however, that the vessel did
not bocomo liable for such services, aa
the stowaway wont aboard wholly at hit
William Alexander Selkirk diod of
heart failure at Soattlo, aged 73 yoars.
Ho was ouo of tho last of tho earlier
newspaper men of tho coast, an old
associate of Mark Twain, llret Harm
nml others who wore lduntlllod with
pioneer journalism In California. Mr,
Selkirk was born in JS.MI In St. Lnnls,
where ho received his oarly oduoatlon.
Ho graduated from Columbia oollego
mid came to Culiforiiiii overland In
IhM. llu founded tho Auburn Stars
uud Stripes ut tliuouts.it of tho rebel
lion and ardently supported tho Uuiuu,
Ho wus one of tho founders of the
Snciamniito H e and was Interested In
the Aua California when It was first
Mrs. I'liebe A. Hearst, 111 order that
the students at tho university of Oali
fomia might have nn iiptsirtunity of
hearing the singers of tho Grim oporn
company, arranged for holding two con
certs at tho university, inviting half of
the 1,2'K) students to each oonoert. Whon
the curds were counted after the first
recital it was found that a large number
of bogus invitations were til tho lot
I'rofeSoor l'.acou, speaking of the matter
to one of his classes, said: "Mrs. Hoars
Is a gracious lady, who is always work
lug to help tlio university, and who
plans many things for thu pleasure of
tiie students, htrangu today, sno nover
does anything for them without having
bnr courtesy shamefully mistreated by
somo of them.
George M. Pullman, sou of the bullde
ol sleeping cars, died nt his homo in
Sail Muteo, (lul. Ho hail been 111 with
pnei.uio ilu for tome days, although tha
liuiie dlatn cause of elealh is said to tie
the bursting of a blu-.xl-vessel, due to
lit A violent o. mliing. Mr. Pullman
was only !!') years of "go, but a life of
dissipation had left hiin with insullloiunl
Vllulny to battle with discuso.
At midnight Frank Hulo, ubuut 80
yi urs of age, entered tho Lafayotlu an-
loon In .-Sacramento, uud, ut thu poiut of
a pistol, ranged about a score of men lu
front of thu tor, at the same tliuo order
ing thu bnrteudurs to baud over the
money. Just as Soto was about to
transfer tlio money to his pocket Police
Sergeant Robert Ash entered thu saloon
but hu was at onco ordered by Soto to
back out, which order Ash proceeded to
obey, as Soto had the drop ou him.
boto's attention was dlsiruntud for an
instant, aud tlio sergeant Immediately
threw himself upou tlio robbor and
ternl'o struggle b iguii. A Jupansu bar
ber ran lu with a billiard cue aud strnc
Soto a blow ou the head, which statute-
him. Ho was quickly huudoafTed and
taken to jatL kiip jrior Judgo Hurl sen
t need Soto to Folsom prison for Ufa.
Sheriff Attached a Train.
fiiturday't westbound Choctaw pass
enger train was studied by the h her ill
ol I'arksburg, Okla., and detained until
a iii-lirment of 17(1 was satisfied. When
the eniiinenr was about to leave tli
Itation, he found that his engine w
prevented from continuing on itt journey
because ol a log chain which bad been
fastened to it by the sheriff. A d
c'.arel employe had secured tli
atlschmeut. II. K. Yermeu, treasure
of the road, was In his private car at tb
rear of the train, accompanied by
party ol Kastern friends. After parley
iui with the determined sheriff for half
aa hour, Mr. Yirintu paid Ihejudgi
ment, then the train was released
here for some time.
choico selections every day.
Bottcr do your selecting early
and have it laid away. We'll
boo that tho old gentleman
gots it in one of his nu merou
loada that goes from this
While They Last.
To every customer purchasing not less than $1.50 in cash purchases
we will present free, Ons Picture. These pictures are Carbon Photos
of Famous Paintlugs. There are a variety of subjects, all beautiful, and .
will make a pretty addition to your home decorations; they are already
framed. All this is in addition to the great
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When there will be given away a BICYCLE, PHONOGRAPH, KO
DAK aud ZITHER. You get a guess with every Fifty Cents pur
chased. Ask ut about it We have revolutionized the
Furniture and House Furnishing
Business in Southern Oregon. Right Methods, Up-to-Date Styles,
Honest Values; all this we offer and guarantee you satisfaction.
A JISW GLIIVCIimiHi
One Lot Special WALL
PAPER 50 per cent discount;
one-half off our already low pri
ces. This means regular 15c
paper for 7 4 cents
A Word to the wise, BUY NOW.
Our Moulding department is full
of the very best patterns the Big
markets afford. We will do your
framing right, as It should be
done, in an artistic manner and
well, and at pleasing prices
Visit Our Xliirniu Counter.
To Cure a Cold In a Da
Take l-aiatlve Jlronio tjiihiine Table
All drurls' refund the money If It fa
to cure. K. W. Orove's signature is
Stove Polish, 3c, Tin Stew pans 5c;
Mouse traps, 3c; Spice cans, 5c;
pound rolls annealed wire, 5c; Cake
cutters, 2c; Wire vegetable cookers,
10c; Tin Tea potsi 10c; Coffee Mills
10c; Coal Oil Lanterns, 35c; 6-inch
footed glass bowls, 20c.
We are closing out the following;
Porcelain Buttons, ic per doz.
Hooks and Eyes, ic per doz.
Crochet Needles, 2 for 5 cents.
Turkey Red Embroidery cotton,
2 cents a spool.
Darning Needles, 2 sets cents.
40 clothes pins, 5 cents.
New Chamber Sets $2,85 to $9.95
New China Cups aud Saucers 13c
New China Mugs, 10c to 65c.
" Shaving sets Mug, Brush,
Razor and Strop, $2.85 to JS3.50
New Statuetts, 65c to $4. 50.
New Mugs, 10c to 65c.
New Pulms for House decoration
50c to $1,23.
New Vases, 25c to $1. 00.
New Chaffins Dishes, Coffee Pots
Tea Pots, Waiter Trays, Crumb
New Pictures Framed or un
Carding Sets warranted, (1.65 to
55-Piece Dinner Sets - $ 7,95
toopiece " " $15.00
of the very best of English Deco
rated porcelain, and fully warranted.
Tea Spoons, Solid Nickle, 65c a
A. B. C. Plates 5c each.
Baby's Ball of art fabric nicely
decorated, makes a ball 10 inches
in diameter, 15 cents. ,
Furniture and Upholstery
Couches, $6.95 to fjo.oo. We
offer a genuine Velour and tufted
Spring Couch for I6.95.
Rugs, 30c to $4.00,
Rockers, $1.25 to (10.00.
Sideboards, Buffets, Chiffoniers,
Suites, Iron Beds.
Porticrs, Lace Curtains
One lot Sofa Pillow Covers, 50
per cent off 75c pieces, now 37c.
50c pieces, now 25c.
Aii kinds, the handsomest line of
Parlor Tables, we have ever
shown. Beautiful Dining Tables
Is by far the largest in Southern
Oregon. We carry only the very
best makes, direct from the Mills'
Carpets that stand the test oi time.
35c to $1.50 per yard.
....HOUSE 1 UUNISIIEU...
illO SIXTH STREET
Sprlnffleld Goee Dry.
About the warmest election ever held
In Springfield look place yesterday when
the contest wsged between the anti
saloon and the taxpayers tickets and
their supporters. Tbe contest was cU
at will boson by the result published
below, the antl-ssloon winning on
eiuncllinan by a bare majority of one.
The women took an active band In tbe
contest, lending their influence in tup
port of the temperance ticket. Ia the
afternoon the ichool children were dis
missed and marched through the streets
carrying temperance banners. Eugene