Worthington, W. T. (Roseburg)

W. T. Worthington (Roseburg)

1881: “W. T. Worthington and wife arrived from Ashland this week.” and “Photography. W. T. Worthington of California, a first-class photographer, has rented Abell’s former gallery on the corner of Third and C streets and is prepared to take pictures in the highest style of the art. Satisfaction guaranteed. He will remain only a few weeks and charges city prices.” Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville), December 24, 1881, pg. 3, col. 2., and col. 1 respectively.

1881: “W. T. Worthington is now ready for business and will take your photo, in any style at the lowest rates. He can be found at Abell’s old stand.” Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville), December 31, 1881, pg. 3, col. 3.

1882: “W. L. (sic) Worthington is doing a good business here taking pictures. His cabinets cannot be excelled anywhere and his prices are lower than ever charged before. Call around and take a look at his samples.” Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville), January 07, 1882, pg. 3, col. 3.

1882: “Worthington is so busy at his gallery it will be impossible for him to leave for a week or ten days yet. Make a note of this — his pictures are the best.” Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville), January 21, 1882, pg. 3, col. 2

1882:”W. T. Worthington and wife left for the north on Tuesday. Mr. W. is a first class photographer and will make a visit to the towns of the state before returning here.” Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville), February 04, 1882, pg. 3, col. 3.

1882: mentioned regarding election voting. Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville), June 17, 1882, pg. 3, col. 5