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THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 10, 1900.
Quicksilver in Southam Orvgoa.
With lhe supply ot quickvilver rapidly
decreasing in the far fsiued quicksilver CMfaatk turd«» Party GI vm by Prtixi.nt
(From Our Regular Correspondent).
LmiUt- Dtv.raifkd but Evnoi
mines of Spain and New Almaden, in
W ashington , Sep. 10, 1900.
Santa Clara bounty. Cal , and the de
HARTH>I(DS are sold bv Cramer Bros
The president’s letter of acceptance maud :m rea»mg ot late years to a great
Tablets ol all kinds at the C ooniu now holds the center of the political
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
extent, say» the T» legram. tbe announce
Bicycle hospital for all repsiring a- stage. Opinion differs, of course, as to ruent that within this «\te, not more
P ari «. Augu»t 27, 1900.
its merits, but it is admitted by his op- i than a day ’• travel from Portland, there
Thia Pari» Universal exposition ia, of
Judge W. C. Hale has opened a law poneut., a. sell as bis supporters that are quicksilver mines which the pro
office in the bank buildmg.
tbe president has shown that Ice posses- moters btlievr will not only rival but ex court*, not the last. There will be many
Miss Minnie Tuff, returned on Thurs
‘he courage ol his convictions in dis- cel the supply from Spain and Califor others of greater or le»e magnitude,
Go I Imiti
1 Imiti Here
day from her visit to San Frsucisco.
j c»«tng the important issues of the eam- nia, is of tremendous importance to com riiey are even now projected. Exposi
H. A. McIntire, . mining m.n from H«» The le“*r co“‘“n* “'<«**• mercial and mining circles, not only in tions are al»o, like everything, subject
Summer, iseism.ning mining pronert.ee It
,he responsibility for what Oregon and the United Htstea, but tv tbe to the law of evolution. They are chang
ing, changing. Thia one ia the moat
! has been
done, and wrwuea
argues that the entire world as well.
m thia county.
The new goods are coming in every day.
work uf the administration Las been
J. Beh rm an and I. Kaufman, well frivolous and the moat eerioua of them
Wiliia Kramer, the mill man and •meh as to deserve a continuance in
known to the min ing and business com all, but the world, aa one may look at it
> mine owner, «pent Ihursdav and Friday power of the party it represents. The munities, Lave made what they term tbia mement, i« both frivoloua and
in Grant» Pa»«.
arguments being from the republican one of the greatest discoveries of the serioue iu a greater degree than at any
C. T. Galvin, oue of tbe operator« of point ot view, are naturally not accepted Age, and while the property has not time in hiatory. It ia probable that a
tbe Rogue river diedge near Tolo, made by the opponent» of that party, been fully develo|*d, the owners are hundred or a thousand year» hence, the Couches
Grant« Pas« a vi»it la»t week.
although no one question« lhe adroitness confident that the mine, which is in historian will have something to «ay Chairs
Mr. and Mr«. Eb Dimuiick. who have with which they are put. In tneoedays, lackson county, in Southern Oregon, about these expositions. If the Crusa
been visiting here for the past few when men form their opinion of public will revolutionize the quicksilver bull, ders were a civilising force, why not the Tables
K. CLIVE MAJOR
month«, left ia»t week for Astoria.
I policies from the newspaper accounts of neb» and insure enough of the metal to exposition, these crusaders of industry, Pictures
of art, of thought? It is possible that
the carrying out of those policies, it is last the world for some time tn come.
General Practitioner of
To those familiar with quicksilver the historian will refer to the Congress
................. William McKinley
Pi evident ...........
pictures, tome «< low a« 5c per dozen doubtful whether such document» as
M e IMVINK AND SURGERY.
Vi?e President ...
We have what you want and the RIGHT PRICE for it.
Also pane.« for four picture« in different candidate» letters of aciep’ance ever mining, the question of a sufficient sup of Religions of the Chicago exposition,
.... John Haj
Secretary of State
change any vote«. l:i fact, they are ply ha« been forcing itself upon them, and to the various congresses that meet
St . retary of Treasury .. . .Lyman J Gage
ültice iu Williams Block
not written with that expectation; they more and more a« time has gone on. in Pan« as of more importance than all ** ()|ii* Hobby ” i is having
hand —A. E. Voorbiea.
' _ the BEST for the least money.
C N B ush
Secretary of Interior . .. ..
the wonderful mechanical indexes of
Secretary of War........... ... Elibn Root
”1*1 We’ll furnish your house from top > to bottom
Dr. and Mrs. Darrin arrived in Granta we written as guide« for the w riters and Quicksilver is used in refining gold, as
Secretary of Navy............... John 1> Long
Pass Friday and are located at Hotel speaker» of the candidate’s party—fur- well as in manv other ways, and siuce
Secretary of Agriculture James A Wilson
loaephine. 'They have recently returned dishing the party keynotes of the cam the opening of the gold mines in Alaska,
Postmaster General ....... James A Gary
At a reception given by M. Ix>ul»el, presi
- Attorney-General. . . Joseph McKenna
from a trip to Europe. The doctor ex- paign. In this letter Mr. McKinley lias there has been a constant demand for it.
riCTI RK MOI I.DINGH
STATS OF • OREGON.
peels to b** here abcut a month.
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
speeches and letter of acceptance have that it was not worth the while to oper thousands of delegates of of lhe various
I . S. Senators....
' (Joseph Simon G rants P ash
O regon .
(Thus i I Tongue
enumerate these congresses with lhe
(M A Moody
the September term of circuit court for ation net'ded to keep in touch with their l»oundi. The Almaden mines iu Califor programmes of the questions they will
D R N Blackburn
..............T T Geer
| Governor ................
(¡rants Pass—Joseph Moss, L L Jew
So fai as this government is concerned, night shifts to supply the demand. Ac
Secretary of State. .
State Treasurer ... ... Ch as S Moore Piactices in all State and Federal Courts ell, N B Meade, Joseph Fetzner, James tiie situation in China has not changed cording to mining journals, however, will perhaps not say anything orally
K fchipt Pub Instruction
I Trimble, Fred Knight, T P Judson, J E during the past week. The powers have there lias been and is a steady decrease that has not been written or that may
Oregon fruit at Paris.
Office over First National Bank
dom if ever has an exhibit been sent
State Printer.. .. . .. ......... W fl Leeds
iC E Wolverton G kantì P ass ,
O kkoon . j Peterson, R L Tulin, J L Fryer, J C lieen informed what wo intend to do, and in the output of these mines. Because not be read, but who can doubt the con The impression han become general from the state that showed the fruit to
j Mason, C L Edgeaton, O P Harvey.
we are wailing for them to give us some of the war in South Africa, the gold
Supreme Judges......... -¡RS Bean
that Oregon fruit is without representa better advantage. This has not cost the
(F A Moore
Selma—O D Sargent.
iiiiurmatiun about their intention», and mines in that country are not running, influence of thousand» of learned, serious tion al the Paris exposition. Secretary slate a cent, as »he Southern Pacific
Clerk Board School LandCom. W HO’du'd
WildervHle—R M Robinson, W T Mc- they do not appear to be in the slightest bnt as soon as they are in operation, the mid earnest men and women striving,
Doscli, of the alate board of horticulture, bears all expenses, even to renting the
Dairy and Food Com......... J. W. Bailey
Callister, Tbos Leith.
hurry to do it. l he latest hint of this demand for the price of quicksilver will however blindly and lamely, for im desires to call attention to the following building where the exhibit it kept.
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Murphy—II L Reed.
government was to order Gen. Chaffee be more than ever.
Western Division... .J udge II K Hanna 30 Years Expeimnee.
from a letter written by Professor E. R.
Qurtn .1 ths Navy.
We sing the praises of steam, of elec
Kerby—A J Partnenter, A J Adams. to huid himself in constant readiness to
With 8tich a condition of affairs the
Eastern Division....... Judge H L Benson
Lake, who is now in Paris:
Office in Opera House block : «ee the «ign
The people of Oregon are jaaloua some
A. E. Keawe« of The Big Tooth.
¡eave Pekin. The president, a coinpan- opening and development of mines in tricity and of the greatest of all, print
“A word on the side right hero. Cali* what of the title “Queen of the American
Member Boar«! of Equalizat- KA Eunnitt
Waldo—R P George.
ied by Mrs. McKinley, has gone to Sum* Oregon means much to the people of the mg, hut the greatest their combined
O regon .
G rants P ass ,
U. H. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG.
work accoiuplislies is to make such cos furnia is known all over Paris; yes, 1 Navy," as bestowed upon tha battle
creet. Pa., *o see their niece married, state.
Receiver................................ Henry Booth
Leland—Geo Chapin, W II Hampton, and from there they will go to Catdon,
Besides employing many hands, the mopolitan congresses possible and to think pretty well all over France. Be ship Alabama by anlhuiiaata in naval
Register................................... J T Bridges
sides having a very liberal representa- «Tehitecure and s|>eed, after her magnifi
A A Porter.
unless son»«* change in the situation in mines, if expectations are fulfille»!, will promote the lime “when tbe war dram
Williams—(LW F»*t.her»»w. W D John. ¡China makes lhe president’« presence give a prestige to Oregon which can will throb no longer, when the battle tion in the United Staten department of cent work over the speed trial course
Joint Senator............ . ......... R A Booth
in Washington necessary. The idea pre hardly be overestimated. The mine in flags will be furled in the parliament of agriculture’s exhibit, she runs two good recently. They feel that the Oregon, by
U. B. DEPUTY
County J udge............. ......... Abe Axtell
sised attractions in the heart of the big virtue of her splendid run around U m
Golden—S C Ruble.
Commissioner............. ....... John Welle
vails in official circles that it may lie which the Portlanders heretofore men man, the federation of the world.”
.. Roy Bartlett
Wulf Creek—Geo Kearns.
The garden party given by M. Ixjubet. city, and two miles from the exposition. Horn at Ilia emergency call ol the gov
County Clerk .......
several weeks before it is knjwn wheth tioned are specially interested is known
Sheriff......................... ........... Ed Lister G rants P ass ,
O regon .
er the powers can agree upon a Chinese as the Mountain King and is located in the president of the republic, was of One of their shows is mostly wine, pic ernment. supplemented by her valorous
Endured Death n Agonic a.
Representative ........... ....... G W Colvig
Southern Oregon, 12 miles from Gold gigantic proportions. There wa» n<> tures, printed matter, and a genial eel ol encounter with the Hpanisb fleet off
Treasurer ... ............. ...........I T Taylor
Only a roaring fire enabled J. M. Gar program.
bcnooi Superintendent . Lincoln Savage
lliil, in Jackson county, There is said «unshiue, the evening was cloudy, no fellows, who are always ready to tell Sautiago <le Cuba, entitlee her to tha
retteon, of San Antonio, Tex , to lie
Assessor ..................... ........ Tom Smith QOSHO W & SH E RI DA N
be a pay streak 150 feet wide, where flirtations under the trees, no malicious these Europeans what California can do. distinction conferred by tbia title until
down when attacked by Asthma, from
Surveyor ...................... .... H C Perkin8
the pay streak of the Spanish mine* gossip, no laughter, in that setiom* The other place, which is just around her deed» are eclipsed by another battle
... ’J A ood
which he suffered for years. He wilies Center St. N. W. Washington, D. C ,
67 feet, in this streak is a large assemblage. The spectacle was historic, the corner, and not more than two ship ill lhe actual service. The achieve
Special attention uiven to Mining
of native or free quicksilver of instructive and decently recreative, blocks away from Place de I’Opera. the ment ol the Oregon on that memorable
seemed he endured the agonies of death ;
......... M E Stockbridge
while the remainder i« me* worthy of the distinguished personage« most crowded place in all Paris, is man July day in lHtrH will always furnish a
but Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con
R oseburg .
• O regon .
who had come from tlie four corners of aged, ostensibly, at leant, by th« South thrilling chapter in our naval hietory,
CITY OP GRANT« PASS.
sumption wholly cured him. This mar college, and directed the postmaster at tallic ote of average high grade, riM
. .HU Kinney
M av or ..............
report is that the supply ia almost inex the world to discus» most difficult prob ern Pacific company, though it draws and her name will continue to reflect
,. . J W Barker
leins and hasten the march of human largely upon Oregon for its display of glory U|x,n our state
.. .Col Johnson QEORGE H. BINNS,
for Asthma as well as Consumption. either, to the writer«, aher stamping it haustible and the parties interested be
They arrived wbout lhe same woods, flab, fruits and grain, of which is a newer vessel, with greater poeaibii*
City Attorney . •
Coughsand Colds, and all Throat, Cheat
ha» enough to make a credi- itiea in the line of speed and newer ideaa
....... H E Bell
and Lung troubles. Price 50.• and $1.00 liefore for the «ame reason. The adver world’s needs The properly consist« of lime. A great crowd silently cuiiecusd table |
on within the ex|»o«ition in equipment, but history has yet to
.... .Theo. Molt
Day Police ...
SOC acres of patented ground. It was about the gate« of the garde*:, and waited
Street Commissioner.. . .John Patrick
? Het, it is 4 belter display place her, even in the possibility ol
with patience. There was no prulesf gruun*’
Kremer’s Drug Store.
( Tom Smith
I impression that he had a big pull with years ago and constant development from the north againnt the south than » \t on the groin ds, so far ah a achievement, on an equality with the
| E W Kuykendall
< Iregon. Misfortune may run our battle
ihe civil service commission, which al work has been going on for some time, brought together in the crush. Dialects real e«..ibit of soil products goes.”
E E Dunbar
Of this exhibit maintained by the ship on hidden rocks or wreck her in
T A Hood
In both the September and October ways appointed those recommended by enough to prove that the ground is rich from the Neva and from the Guadal
Connilln.en • • • ■ i 5 K McGraw
numbers of The Delineator, Margaret him. dwindling a person under t ie pre- I ' Another mine in which these two men quiver were intermixed in this cosino Southern Pacific, Col. Dos ch savn that it treacherous seas, but while she is afloat
I A Rebkopf
Hall has shown very skillfully the tense ol securing them positions, is pret are interested, they owning a half inter politan river which Moved before lhe is one of the moat comprehensive ever she will still be to the loyal Oregonians
value to both mother and child of “The ty low down in the «cale of crime, but it est. is the Black Butte quicksilver mine, Presid» nt of lhe republic within the went to the stale. He himself personally the "Queen of the Navy."—Oregonian.
W A Haskins
children's hour.’’ The heartfelt words is growing very common. The postal hi Lane county, 150 mile« from this city. limits which had l>een assigned without supervised its collection, and shipped
’ Rt-uular ineetinjsoi the city council of
I en Cents «ill purchase a bundle of
Gram's I’ass aru held in the council
of Mi«« Hall have a distinct tendency to authorities can only act when proof of Work ha« progressed further on tbe tumult and without friction. M. Lou bet the specimens at the request of the com
Sooius in the city ball oil the first and Myrtle (’reek
raise the great profession of mother the swindle is obtained, and the unwill Black Butte mine than on the Mountain and Mme. Loubet surrounded by their pany. While it is not large ill one ol«l pa|wrs at this office—come handy in
third Thursday evenings of each montii.
Extra Family Flour hood to its proper plane. Tne women ingness of vic inis to a knowledge that King, nh-iough it i« not believed the or»- civil and military households in the hall sense. Secretary Doscb believes that ael- underlying carpet».
■Ki t it cor KT.
that goes with First- who are interested in gardening—and they have allowed themselves to be is so rich as in the latter. A fine plant of lhe Aid-de ( Amp, received their
Meets on the third Monday in April An<l
their name is legion—have the ad robbed makes that difficult and often has been installed, consisting of ma guests. The affabality ot the head of lhe
Bil l the fourth Mondav lit -< ptember.
vantage in The Delineator of correejiond impossible to obtain, The beet preven- ehinery, tramway« and 30 building»*, nation in these trying circumstances is
covirrT coi « t .
Probate court meets first Monday of
ir.g direct with the well-known horti- tative of this sort of swindling is the rhere is a working force of 70 men and well known. I say “Irvin,g” for indeed,
January, April. July and Senteinber. For
cultiiiist. Ward M-Leod, who takes adoption of an iron-clad ruleto have no the mine is being operated day and one has to be the niuei amiable and
Bounty oiiiiii-sionerH court meets first
charge in that migazine of an entire money dealings with concerns which night. In ihe Black Butte mine 1« hospitable of men, for il is no small
Wednesday after the meeting of the
department devoted to practical garden cannot furmeh indisputable evidence,— found cinnabarette, a species of quick undertaking Io receive 10,000 guests,
(’all for it r «ame price as other brands 1 ng. The October number of The bank or commercial agency reference oi silver ore found rowher« else excel t in Neither M. nor Mme. fxiubel showed
Delineator, in addition to Miss Hall’s responsibility.
lhe Spanish mines. It is a particularly any fatigue, and they did not desert
article and Ward McLeod’* work, and
The general tendency to distrust the rich ore and adds much to the value of their post of honor until the arrival ol
In the berth» of the Standard Pullmane
the Shah. Mouzaffer-ed-dine did not
the eighty or more sketches of present- Chinese has extended to the immigration the Black Butte property.
o the Northern Pacific’s new North
day styles, which are prominent features bureau of the treasury department,
Specimens of rocks from both Ibe have on his Sunday clothes. He wore
Coant Limited will be appreviited by
the magazine, contains over twenty which now employs Chinese as inter Mountain King and Black Butte mines on liis head throughout the entire
Pacificvoant and inland empire traveler«
other valuable contributions. For thirty preters, but hopes to get some of the rv- are on exhibition in the Industrial build function his ordinary aatrachan, and
Two light« to each section. Ask our
years it has been trusted bv American i turned white missionaries from China to ing of the Street Fair, near the «tate ag was followed by distinguished jiersons
Bgenls for the North C m«t Limited leaf
let. A. D. Charlton, A**’t General I’as-
women for guidance in home dress take their places at an early date. An ricultural exhibit, where it can I m * seen of his suites, who did not leave him for
GRANTS PA““. OREGON.
•enger Agent, 255 Morrison St. Cor. 3d,
making ami home management.
official of that bureau «aid: “We are by mining men and those generail) in a moment, but it occurred to rne that
I very vnxioue to get white men as Chin terested. The rock 1« mostly of the Ids smile was happier than usual when
ese interpreters. We want about seven wandHtone formation and the quicksilver he offered liis arm gallantly to Mme.
—two for ban Francisco, one for Malone, run« through the oie and can be plainly Ixiul>et. When I remember tbe sad and
one for New York, one for Boston and seen by the nak»*d eye, glimmering on <areworn fare of this (»otentatR of the
Orient on bill arrival in Pans, and when l
two for the Canadian border. We can the s'irfac e.
I see now the animated countenance
keep our fingers on a while man and
At Itecl Time
with which it regards everything, I fear
| know sometbiug of his habits ami natur
al leanings, and may be pretty well s«t- 1 take a pleasant herb drink, the next tnat his subjects will not know him on
' isfied that be cannot be corrupted, if he morning I feel bright and my complex his return to Teheran. Persia lias mil
R. (). McOoskey,
is ¡»aid a fair salary, but we are not al ion is better. My doctor »ays it acts lions of people but lew newNpafiers and
ways sure of that with the Chinese. 1 gently on my stomach,liver and kidneys, not one in a thousand of his subjects
T hb H ov ^ ki ' i kmsiicr
eU.I^lie.’ and<.ent»’ Furnishing
j have no doubt that among the mission and is a pleasant laxative, ft is made will know that his life «an allein pled
EVERYTHING for the
Goods, Hats, Minen’Gonds,
aries who w ill be obliged to leave China, from herbs and is prepared as easily ar in Paris.
Perhaps lhe most statesman like
HOUSE FROM A
Trunk, ami Valiws.
we can get good men who will be will- tea. It is called Lane's Medicine, All
TACK HAMMER to a
i mg to serve us. The salary uf the |»o»i- druggists sell it at 75 cts. Lane’s Fami criticism of Paris and the exposition
1 tion is not fixed, but coin»>etent men get ly Medicine moves the trowels each day that has yet found public utterance is
about |5 a day and expenses This If you cannot get it, semi hrt a frit sam- that made by Professor Gtiddes of Edin '
would be a pretty good thing for a su ole. Address, Orator F Woodward, 1^» burgh, set reUry to lhe International
SWEETLAND A CO
Educational congress, Paris, Professor
perannuated missionary, and we exp»**t Roy, N. Y.
<ieddee points out, Is not a mere city of
to get an efficient corps within a short
GROCERIES, FLOUR. FEED Eine Butter a Specialty
FRESH A“D SALT
pleasure. Il is one of the great culture
(i. t.rg«’ HaiiM« n, a pro|M*rty*owner of ' •liters of the world ami is of no les«
With Every $20 Cub I’urcbiMof
No moro unselfish recommendation
Groceries Yon Are Given a
Grant'» P bmh , ia in the city attending the eooiinercial than aesthetic importance,
was ever made by a military officer than
HamiMMne. Life “i*e Crayon
*lr»»-t Fair. He »ayw the erection of for it iiee on lhe inlemecti»jn ot impor
or Water Color Portrait
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
brick building* i» not confined b> the taut trade routes. But commerce ia not
Daggett b<* given tbe vacant brigadier
’Pnom No. “•»
generalship in the regular army, left be quarb-r destroyed by fire several month» more her mission al thia moment than
White House Grocery
the retirement of Gen. Wheeler, for con- igo, but <*xten<l» north ami »outh along education. At this moment she is
...E. C. DIXON...
epicoons gallantry and good jungment in ->xth »tn-i-t, when* frame building» have an enormous temporary university,
China. It had l»een snpDoted that this l»*rn remove»! to inake way. “(»rant** rhijaaands of wandering scholars, as
DkY' GOODS, CLOTHING
promotion would be given to Chaffee, I’a»»/' he *ai<l y»*»ibT«lay, “will be one they did tn the middle ages, have corut*
who. although a major general ol volun ”»»f tli»* prettiest town* in Oregon when to her to learn as well as to teach and
leers, is only a co.unel in the regular the utructurc* now under way arc finish «he in realizing the larg st »ide of a
army. As be sate in his cablegram, ed, and aw the new brick» now are all world's summer school. That tbe effects
making the recommendation that Dig »poke« for, there i» no fear of overbuild - of tbe exposition will tie lar reaching
and «»during, Il is impossible not to
gett will be willing to ecu» pt retirement ! iBg*
II. II. BARTON,
“The quartz and placer mine* tribu Ivliev«.
immediately after bis promotion, it may
be fxjeeible for ix»tb of tb«rn to be made tary t/H/ranta I’aim have undergone a
The Kravrry of Woman.
I g<»»d deal of development within the
Wa< grandly shown by Mrs. John
pa»t two year», an*! there i» no longer
Full »^»rtmrnt of Watr
verwrar and Jewelr
Fdllor’e Awfal Plight.
any rink in Josephine County. The out Dowling of Butler, I’a., in a three years’
H \RTFORD WHEELS
FLOUR and FEED
A*«>Hn»ent of Bn
F. M. fliggina, Editor "irne<a Hi . put of gohl dmit la»t Hemion waa greater struggle with a malignant stomach Iron
GIANT POWDER. E tc .
Newt, wm attiicted for year» with Pile» than ever kief »re known, even when KU»» ble that raused distressing altar ks of
. C itv II ai i
fhxTH F t
Clemens Drug Store.
that no »loetor or reme»jr helped until be I miner» were making big wag«-» in the nausea and indigestion. All remedies
tried Buf klen’» Arnica Kglve, Ore beat in vicinity of Waldo.” .Mr llamwri f»H»l» failed to relieve her until she tried Klee
Sample* n( mixture-, made in Imitation of baking
powderx, but containing alum, are frequently di>-
the world. He write», two bote« wholly a*»nr»-*l of the permanent pr*j«j»enty of trie Billers. After taking it two months
T. F. <IRONTON
Caihoun Grocery (<>■
trilnited from door to door, or given away in
cured him. Infallible for Filer, Core (»rant* Paw-.—f>ng -nian.
aba «rote: “I am now wholly cured
grocery «torr*. Such mixture* are dangwrona
guaranteed. »h>ly 25»*. Mold by Dr.
T ub PeruiAB
to um * m fm>d, and in many citiex their »ale ix
prohibited by law Alum i* a corrosive pv^on. and
grand tonic for the whole system an I
.. . at...
ail ¡»hyskkUfe condemn baking powder « couuuning it.
gained in weight and feel much stronger
Notice» of Quarts Location
FLOUR AND FEED
tinea using it.” It side digestion, cures
I. W. BLAKES
And all other blank forme on Mie at dyspepsia, improves appetite, gives new
the Coe ataa. A new aupply juet freeh Ids Only 50c. Guarsntwed, at Dr.
Subscribe for THE COURIER .0 J* j» - from the preOBM.
Kremer's drug store.
N. E. McGrew
< Representative Grants Pass Business Firms.
The manufacturers of Royal
Baking Powder havcalwaysdeclined
to produce a cheap baking powder
at the sacrifice of quality.
The Royal is made from the
most highly refined and wholesome
ingredients, and is the embodiment
of all the excellence possible to be
attained in the highest class baking
Royal Baking Powder costs only
a fair price, and is cheaper at its
price than any similar article.