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Thursday, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900
Houses to rent in Grants l'ass are
next to impossible to obtain. A num
ber of houses have been erected tbia
summer, but the supply is lar abort oi
tbe demand at tbia time. We are on
the eve of s house famine i( we do not
bave afresh supply.
. Mark llanns is nowhere near such a
reputed bugaboo iu this campaign as be
was lour years ago. Tbe prophecies of
hi rule and ruin all came to naught and
tbe history of the administration has
ahown how far-fetched and liusginative
those prophecies were.
There is no locality where a belter
mining exhibit of rich specimen! of
varioua ores cau be collected than in
Josephine county. We should bave
aucb an exhibit by all means, at the
depot, where the traveling public may
see what our mines produce.
It is now little over a month until
the presidential election and still tbe
political sea is aB unrullled at a pond.
At this stage of the campaign of "M,
the air was rent with. shouting and ex
citement reigned supreme. Hixteen to
one was then the dominating Issue and
almost every voter was an orator. In
tense political feeling was generated and
the industrial conditions of the country
suffered accordingly. Old timers can
not remember to little excitement over
an approaching presidential election at
there la at thia time. The reason for
this la that the great majority of the
people are very well satisfied with the
existing conditions. Times are good,
work is plentiful, things in general are
moving along about aa they should.
It would be a good thing if we could go
through the whole campaign with at
little excitement aa there la at the
present time, but that ia too much to
expect. Trobably before election day
comes, political agitators will have
produced some degree of partisan ex
citement but it la almost certain that
the presidential campaign oL thia year
will be unusually quite and rational and
the election of McKinley and Koosevelt
loeuia eqnnlly certain because the people
realise that Mckinley's reelection
meant an unbroken continuation of the
present prosperous state of affaire,
while the election of Aryan could not
fail to disarrange and upset the con
ditions to tome extent at least.
Waldo, Ore., Hopt. 22, 1900
I notice in your last issue
you announced your intention to support
McKinley and Koosevelt and you do so
with the air that the Coi uikr it an
independent paper. You have the right
to support whom you please but let me
ask you a few questions trusting that
you will answer them in your next issue,
l'lease publish tbe questions and the
answers thereto as the readers of the
Cor mm have a right to know where
you stand on political questions :
Kirst, Has the Coi'rikh anilur your
management changed from an indepen
dent paper to a republican organ ?
Second, Are the Coi'kikr columns
open to both sides for the discussion ol
Very Kerpoctfully YourB,
W. J. WlMKH.
The above questions are fair enough
and certainly our readers are entitled to
know bow we stand in this regatd. We
recognise and appreciate the interest
which Mr. Wimer leels toward the
Col Hies,, at itt former owner and editor,
and, being one of tho foremost democrats
in tbe county, as well tt one of its best
and most substantial cititens, it is
natural and right enuugh that he thould
be inleretted in the political status ol
tbe CotHUH. To the first question, we
answer "no." The Coi'sikr is not a
party organ although it supports the
republican national ticket. As an in
dependent paper, we have the privilege
and more than that, the duty, of giving
our support to that ticket whose election
will, in our opinion, beat serve the
Interests of the people and we support
McKinley and Koosevelt for that reason
To the second question, we answer
''yes," with reservations and limitations.
In general we may say, political com
munications, from whatever source,
must approach a certain standard of
fairness, liberality ami toleram-e.
Following ia a summary weuthor oh
aervution at Uuints I'nxs during the
month ol Aiigimt. ttfon, h rcwirtoil hy J
H. I'aililock, Uk'sI volnntnrv observer for
the Oregon Maui neather Service.
dts j Mat. 1 Mtn. Mean I'rtvip
' I 'I cm. f Tcni. Tt'in. inchet
T7. I" W 4S ll'l
I' Hi) 411 lilt
:t 1 Ti ii 11
4 ' T'J I 4& tS2
5 1 74 4:1 Ail
fl I 7S )." f.11
7 "S 4! M
H I VJ II M
V i M 41 li'
10 1 (.' I 4(1 til
11 K7 I 4( 1 11.1
12 mi . 4ii ! tin
1.1 ; KH I 60 1.11 I ..
14 1 IK) 4H ti'i 1 . .
j ' IU 51 71 " ..
Ill ! 78 4H tii! , ..
17 ! K2 I 42 t.2
in. ; 77 1 4:1 tui
19 : Kri 4!l (17
20 f 44 m
21 Hii j fn ti.- ni
22 Kl , f,7 70 14
2,1 Hi ! 4H ll.
24 Mi , 5ii 71
23 1 M 1 4H (ii, , .
2l M IK 07 ' .
27 7il 41 Hit j 1(J
28 78 4S I
21) SO 40 til ; .
80 83 4S li.l ,
31 I ..
HrnMAav: Mean lemiierature, HI;
max mi u 111 temperature, HI ; il ite, 15 ih ;
niiniinuin UMli'raturn, 41 , date.H and
U; Total precipt. inches, 31; nuinlier
davaclear, 21 ; partly cloudy, 5 ; rloudy,
4;th. Storms, i'7; prevailing wind,
...For Fall and Winter, 1900...
Strictly Up-to-Dato, Stylish Good.
Manufactured by Ueifeldof Chicago,
who Bends out nothing but honest
RED STAR STORE,
W. E. DEAN. & CO.. Propr.
Post Office Building.
THREW AWAY HIS CRUTCHES.
A Railroad Engineer Joint the Long Lift of
Patients Cured by Dr. Darrin.
I'oiui.AMi, Or. (To the Kditor,)
IVor Sir: 1 bold it to be my dutv as
well as a pleasure to make known,
through the press, that which of all
other things ia most essential, vis:
The way to cure pain and sickness. 1
was confined to my home with sciatic
rheumatism, kidne troubles, Inflam
mation of neck of bladder and general
indisposition. Could not sleep more
than one hour at a time. All means I
tried proved unavailing. I was prompted
to visit Dr. JJarnn through the advice of
my friends, who had been cured by him
though I must ssy, I had little faith
that electricity would rure me. I came
to the doctor on crutches, Two weeks'
treatment baa cured me, so I bave
thrown away my crutches, and cow my
other complaints have all disappeared,
to I can take command of my engine. 1
will answer all question! by letter or in
person at 4'JO Commercial street, Kast
I'ortland. VV. Havh.
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Senator Chandler'i Opinion.
The following letter from Senator
George Chandler speakt volumes for
Dr. Darrin Dear Sir: I am pleased
to imfdrni you that my ton Charles,
whjm you treated in January, 1800.
for heart troublu and general debility,
has fully recovered and guined 117
pounds, for which please accept my
NEW FALL GOODS
You will find a complete assortment ol NIJVV FALL
GOODS in every Department.
Also u complete line of
IN MY SHOli DHl'AUTMKNT yoti will find the best
makes to be found. In light, medium and heavy weights.
I handle nothing but strictly First-Clau Up-to Date Shots.
E. C. DIXON
M. E. Church South, Apolntincnti.
Ai.hanv, dr., Sept. 24 Hilltop Dun
can, of the Methodist Kpiscopitl Church,
Sjutli has announced the following ap
pointments for the coming year :
l'lt'iiiling elder Willamette district,
K I. fitch; Corvallia and McFurlaud, K
A Lark; Independence and Louisville,
II N Rosier; Dalles and Dixie, I) C Mr
Karlund; McMinnville, to he supplied ;
Oregon City, C IV l'oiiv ; Lebanon, M I.
lrly ; Tangent ami Itronnsville, II C
Allen; llarnslmri:, II S Slutnule ; June
lion Citv, J l Silver! ; Koseluirg and
Oakland, J T t'oiton ; Dillurd, It A Kit
gan; Myrtle Creek, CUl'nos; lirsnls
1'iff, to be supplied; Medloid, E E Wil
ioi; ; Apple,;11', .Kiel lledcpclh : S .ins
Yhwci , A J SloniHT ; Klanialh I'aliM, J
W. Craig; liuille l i'y and Haiidoit.
C A llviUl; Myrtle l.ini, W It Hanson ;
Albany, W II Smith. J M Turner ;s
trau-lerred to the E.isl Cohiuittiu t 'on
ten 'lice, and W J Kenton, T I'houius mul
I. C Wils.ui to the I'aciHi' I'onfeieiice.
It-ail) for tiiiliit-.H.
1 have ( pencil an olti. e in tin tiM,i
li.ue hlotk, over Hie poototh c, in
tirauls I'sms, and Hilt cniii;, in Miuinit,
Ititvticrrte, KcnI KtaN, liifiuioice uul
Colirciioii hi. Mnt'fs. I bltn'1 be pleaded
to col. Hull ilh prioti tuning milling
pnipcrtii'!, alio may ihh cither to m'II
tliem or p'sce no tlie tock in.irl.et. I
am aUo rea.lv lo handle K.'ul K-Hlc.
inrlinliug iinpioved and uiiiii. proved
proeriy. It you want Kire luiitiiiH'e
let me write you a policy and do il so
that in case ol los vou ! I your mnncv.
Il you have accounts or i.ote! to collecl,
houes or (arms you a.iut lenied, luiiig
them to me. I'.. C. I'll mi imi.
II WhiKt tot U'u
latll ttyrtip. Isvtlf (sivt I' I
li b itr Ms,!,- -t
y In t
KD'ihliTOS In this city, Wednesday,
Sept. 11), l'J':0, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Kdxcrton, a son.
KICK EY REAMS In Jacksonville,
Sept. 11), 1U0J, by Kev. N. M. Hansen,
W. II. Kickey and Miss lienevieve
MILTON MAT riS At tlrsnts Tats,
Saturday, Sept. 28, 1000, Mr. 1- S.
Milton and Mies Anna K. Mntlis,
Judge Abe Axtell, olliciaiing.
WILHL'K LAYTON At the bride's
Inline on Ar plegate, on Sept. 18, l'.KW,
Myron Wilbur of Josephine Co. and
Florence l.aytou of Jackson Co. Ore.,
Key. Robert Leslie of lirants l'ass
TAYLOR-KDOEKTON At the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor, Sept.
1, 11)00, S. Judson Taylor, and Mali.
IMiterton, both of Josephine Co. Ore.,
Kev. Robert Leslie of lirants l'ass
HOLM AN & SON,
Ollice on (Itli St. oppo. Court House.
Residenre North 7th St.
GRANTS PASS, OR.
TWO FINE MONUMENTS
JOSKl'lJISK COUNTY M KAN ITE
are now on exhibition at I'adilock's
Marble and iranite salesroom.
Second-hand No. 2 giant, ball bearing
and about GOO feet of pipe to match,
wanted. Address, stating particulars
and price delivered at railroad,
C. A. Cook,
R libber Goods
STAPI.K DRV GOODS.
Hone Abattoir To Shut Down.
The horse abattoir at Linton is not to
le started up this fall, nltliouiih there
are large bauds ol ray uses cavorting
over the ruiig-s of Kastein Oregon
literally rolling in I .it and louring to he
pickled and sent on a Kuropcun tour
before the cold chilly wind nf Decem
ber send them lowering mi, I shivering
into some canyon to starve through tin
winter. The initnageis ol the abattoir,
know wl.e I Ihey have had en. uh and
have deciiled to ipnt. 'liny have
oiked hard (or several years to rid
the ranges of Kaslern Oiegmi of n
horsin and lo furni.h llm people ol
Kiunce, Sweden, Deiiiniuk, lierniiiov,
or any other oiintry where lien... ., ,.ft
is eaten as a superior aitiele, bin tlie
governinents of i-i countries hue
put every jmvib'e o!ii-netl oi in n.,r
way. a ii. I have prcvenlnl ih,.m (,,,,
innking any pieli so they have cm
clu.led to ship np.niiiig hoi.e u.,ai
and let th. win. a'e heiei n,g (,,r
go slarx e I henniMO,
Dr. l)rin' Plj. ol KuiincM.
Dr. Danin give dee ex iniinalien to
all, and w hen nevary give nieilielnes
in iMnmitiiin with ele. ti icily. The
poor treated dee (mm M i., ,la,iv,
except niedl. ines. Those willing to pay,
10 to S ; pveni.ic, 7 to ; S'in.l v, 10 lo
ivainess, ci urrii, eye, ii,iS1 aj :
lliroat, heir', liver, stoma.-h, lung!
troubles, a spe.taliiy. All chronic'
disease treated at ic.i.iiahle ritc !
No caM's pul li-l'.ed ixcept by (lermis-I
sum ol the patient. A ' 1 b'.si.iesi re!a
lions with Dr. Dairin stritllv iMiitlden
tial, Lelteis of itiiiiiy answeied.
Circulars and ipu .rons b'aiiks sent tree.
Hattcries und belli, furnished when!
necessary, Ihlicj at Ho el Josephine
unlit IVtoU'r 14.
In district No. 11, I found Miss Olive
Owen teaching SO bright faced children.
Thia i boot is well under head ay, the
fravt;.-, .justification has been quite
well handled by the teacher. All the
children are manifesting mum interest
and good reports are expected horn them
at the eud of the year.
In district No. 34, I found the school
just begun by Miss Katie O'Shea. The
scholars of this school, '.hough but 10 in
number are all bright children and
willing lo learn. Under the manage
ment of Mibs O'Shea, these children are
sure lo accomplish, much and a good
reit fs eipected at the end of the year.
lndistiiitNo.il', the school is pro
gressing under the eillcient management
of X'i3t Josephine Crow. Here 1 found
a school of 10 scholars preeent, ail of
them showing much interest and upon
examination I found these pupils bave
made great strides in learning, which
shows that Miss Crow has performed
her duties well.
At Wiuon district No 2i, school
under the management of Miss Grace
Barrett, though of but six pupils, is iu
good shape for a successful term. Miss
liarrett is creating good interest, and has
her pupils on the right course for good
In every district I find quite a ninnber
of children of hool age, who are not
attending school. The members ol
every school b lard take an oath to look
after the wellaroand general condition,
attendance included, of the school in
their re-peutivo districts. There is a
compulsory low on attendance. School
boards do jour duty ! Knforce this law.
See that every child of the required age
is attending school and when the county
suiMiriiitendent comes he will find a full
The attention of the teachers ia again
called to the act. That immediately
upon making a contract which mutt be
signed by ot least two directors and the
teacher must be sent to the county
superintendent. No teacher should
begin to leach a school without a
A Powder Mill Explosion
Removes everything in sight; so do
drastic mineral pills, bill both are mighty
dangerous. No need to dynamite your
body when LV. King's New Lite Kills do
the work so easily and perfectly. Cures
Headache, Constipation. Only 25 cents
at Dr. Kreinor's Drug Store.
General Invitation Grand Bill.
A grand ball will be given under the
auspices and management of Demaree'e
oiehestra at the opera house on Friday
evening ScpteruW L'8. Ttio entiro pro
ceeds of the hall I e given for benifi-
ctiil public purposes. The most
elaborate arrangements aie being made
anil no pains will bo spared to make the
occasion the tocial event of the season.
Deinaice'a orchestra of eight pieces will
furnish music lor the occasion and the
following program will be rendered:
Grand March "Creole Queen"
It It Hall.
Cake Wulk.. "Kentucky Korn Kracker'1
Wall2 "Iiives Intoxication"
Quad... "Hi fiance"
Scholliecliu "Merle llornice"
Two-Step "fhe girl who khsed llobson"
It. L. Kaul.
K L Hemaree
(' K. Ihey.
Waltz Q mil "Inamorata"
D S Godfrey.
Two step... ."Dandy Darkeys of Mobile"
10 Iv lleyser.
SchnUische "And thus we Glide"
Wall "Dreams on the Hudson"
Two Step "Kortuua"
Ii. I lever.
Tlie lo'bwini' cnunuittees have been
selected; Floor, 1. O. McCroskey, Jos.
Mo.-s, M. Clemens, U ibt, McCulloch;
reception, II. C. Itohiien, S. N. llutteis
A. V. Cornell, S. K. Willi tt, J. A. Tate
Invitations will not be issued an form
erly advertised, but all will be cordially
invited to attend.
Dance tickets $1 00. Spectators i." cents
ilrVTvh v iloisk-n has a
slorvof a tmf-
f a 1 o t li ii t
" rout"," h e
stiorlt'tl, " I
cm lUv vou
r ut imi lo to
nit1" Hut tin- Hakes krvjit talliiik;. fal-
Inik,'. until tlu Imllalo was almost luirntl,
in i I tht liunti't lipH'l aloni; tlu stuw
Mist ami iiiah' him sin i.tv tifv
Tlun-' unothiT lumtor who hunts to
kill, who m.ikt's manv ;i tnau his victim
luvausc of a tollv likt- that oi the huttalo
in AmU wn's tahlc. U s a little thui
to have that umasy It'thiii; Ml tho stom
liv It alter eating. Sonr tisiiiis ami tn-loh
tin; atv ;iki rev konrtl little things. Vet
Hit se little thtiH's me nmom the minor
maiksot a ilis,ihUMcl eomtiuon ot the
stoinat h ati'l l: ins ot nutrition ami
livit'.tion. 1M" themselves thev mav iut
kill, hut if ihv, ised they may oien
tuhwav to soMie lt.allv ihsea.se.
ln't neglect the titst svniUoiuii of
iulik;etion or " stonueh tnmhle." The
tiim lv tie ot lr. l'letVc' GoMen Meli
cal ltisA'ovcry may avert more serious
dancer. H will snrelv cure anv tlm-a.se
ot the stomach ami organs of dirstiun
ami mutui'Mi, except in; eaneer,
Mr N- t NcU.Mi.thcclrtMiit1 trih cnmMll
Bti.t iinuiiv- .f K v1t;ri sort! i inia, n S. (
Wtllfm " W r 1'tt'lllll 411 Mt; lUt l'lf ut n twt iW
wrrW nv.-t the n-t tut (rv.-t :nj jj ixt ntf tJ
UHKh vi! I tut tirr.-iitril tttrrtvr VtlMrtt tTVit
t tutil IMC.I
rwfviiiuial tvnt'lr lo ctirr U. till
t.i-l wn .
up pl ivnw at H F Krith Hiuni
Hi, n ihr Nflin Trw. ft
i tiunr 4iklvict me lo try
lr l-wrot U.'Ulcn Mulu-.il lM-Hrrrv, I tncj
U, uil. tii.ttiW tioJ, with ntKl results"
lVvtor Tierce's riu.Li.int Tellct are
jHvitc for luliounesji.
Circuit Court Ducket
Davis Itrower vs Frank P 8ilva et al,
action for money.
11 L lienson vs Joseph K Oliver et al,
action for money.
u liaiawin vs flannel Joseph-de-Silva
Xuner, et al, action formoney.
J A Jennings vs M R Conls and D A
Cords, action for money.
Antone Knos, et al (Frank P Silva
substituted) vs Antone Rose, action for
possession of projierty and for damages.
A C Hough (as administrator) vs The I
Grunts Pass New Water Lighe & Power '
Co., action fur damages. j
J S Windel) vs The Knglish-Caimdian '
Co, action for money. j
(ieo W Sturgeon vs The Pickett Creek
Mining Co, action for money. i
The Hammond Co, incorporated, vs1
The English-Canadian Co, action for'
Antone Enos vs Antone Rose, for
Joseph It Oliver vs Antone Rose,!
Frank P Silva, Antone Rose and J R '
Oliver vs Antone Rose, action for money.
C P Every vs T Shattuck and Nirain
Reynolds, action for money. Dismissed.
R L Coo vs I) L Browning, action for
Holmes Brothers vs John C Harper,
action for money. Judgement for
Caroline Sexton vs Josephine county,
action for damages.
Chas 1) Sexton vs Josephine county,
action for damages.
F G Burns vs Josephine county,
action for damages. Non suit.
If M Gorham vs R P Miller und J C
Dysert, for an injunction.
B F George vs James Frauey, for in
junction and damage.
J F Kellogg vs James Oswuld, for an
F Fetsch vs The Lance Gold Mining
Co and I, L Jewell,' suit in equity.
Jimies Robertshaw vs Joseph Hill,
suit inequity. Decree for plaintiff.
Edward Wilcox va W II HurHt und
M Myers, suit to declare a trust. De
cree for plaintiff.
Mathildu R Cords vs Louise M Grosse
et ul, for n n injunction.
Currio E Colwell, et ul vs A Anderson
et ul, suit in equity.
Chits If Noble vs James Leejier, fore
closure of mortgage.
II K Meredith and E Wilson vs Illinois
and Josephine Gravel Mining Co, for an
W J Hi ih res vs Illinois und Josephine
Gravel Mining Co, suit in equity.
Sugar Pino Door A Lumber Co. vs
R I) Lnwson etal, foreclosure of Mech
ai Ic'e i.iell.
,'acob Flisch and Andrew Cuspescha
vs Chas. Sanders us administrator, fore
closure of mortgage.
M W F.spy vs Virginia Espy, for n
The Excitemont Not Over.
The rush at the drug store still con
tinues and daily scores of people call
for a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs for the cure of Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con
sumption. Kemp's Balsam, the stand
ard family remedy, is sold onaguarantee
and never lulls to give entire satisfac
tion. Pi ice 23c. and 50c.
S. P. D. & L.
Pattern Hats from tlie
"Chic" Street Hats
Pufferies. -:- Polka Dot
. .. Tried In Conlcrcncs. LTO
Tlie case o( Kev. S. A. Starr oi Tort
land, who is charged with immorality,
and is under suspicion by hi church
conduct," vtas inv. ti
gutid liy the M. E. conference in seffion
last,ek. I'.ishoi Andreas as-ked
by the ctinfereuce to preside at Ibis
trial, which was conducted a'. A-hlami
in the Kirst Itaptisl church by the follow
ing named members of the cculereuce :
It. A. Atkins, A. Kershaw, It K. Dun
lap, J. Mottershea !, S A. Smith, VV. 1!.
llolliiiB.head. O. McLachlan, C. K.
Craiiilail, Herald (Hiotir, Samuel Snvder,
M. O. Urink, VV. H. Mvers. Kd liitlins
and N. K. Jenkins. A verdict of guilty
wa rendered and expulsion from the
New hneol writing tablets, 5c to SlV
at Cm un a otlice.
Ktpatniij; of all kinds.
Ladies garments dyed with
out ripping the eatlls.
Works next to t'levenger's t.aUeiy.
L. CLAYMAN, PROP.
NKW ft KB VOU KKAF.NESK.
Elei trlclry thelllbet Sci. m e Eer
Applied lo th. Human Sjstein
Many Iteapunalble People
Cured and Vouch for the
The writer of this has from time 10
time, met and conversed w ith the lol
lowinir named neoi.le. who have been
cured under Dr. Damn's electrical and
medical treatment. Such an array ol
prool should go far to satisfy the most
skeptical of the superiority of this new
cure for rfeainese, as well as all ether
curable chronic diseases-
J. II. Wilson, Mist, Or., piles 20
John Savensen, Kariuiiigton, Or., dis
charging ear, cured.
F. W. Minchiu, Dundee, Or., discharg
ing ear, cuied.
Rev. J. E. Coenour, Portland, Or.,
skin diseases, cured.
J. E. T.iylor, Pendleton, Or., stricture,
cured years ago.
Mrs. G. Karg, Leland, Or., sciatic
A. Pool, F:agle Point, Or., heart and
liver tiouhle, restored.
Miss Miggie Synhoest, La Giand, Or ,
cross eye, cured.
Isaac Thompson, LaCenter, Wash.,
deafuess, cured in five minutes.
Mrs. E. A. Pattca. Albany, Or.,
ovarian and womb trouble, cured.
Mrs. Marthy Daily, Gardner, Or., salt
rheum for 25 years, cured.
J. S. Jennings, Sellwood, Or , eczema
or skin disease, 15 years, cured.
MisaT. M. Klinker, tipukane, Wash.,
skin and (see eruption, cured.
Rev. N. Doane, I). D., Dean ol Port
land University, dea'nets, restored.
Henry Von Helms, Sandy, Oregun,
cancer of the iioee and catarrh, cured.
Adolph Wunder, 3'M .Morris tit.,
I'ortland, total deafness, cured in 20
W. VV, Thompson, Vancouver., Wash,
an diortiKiu hydrocele, cured 8 years
Mrs. J. J. Anderson, 2H3 Crosby St.,
East Portland, rheumatism, restored to
Mrs. T. B. Hartlield's bov, 214 11th
street, Portland, discharging ear and
Mrs. J. Ellis, DiS City street, Port
land, Or., deafness and diseases peculiar
to her sex, cured.
K. C. Cook, Portland, stricture of the
urethra, cured after live doclois failed
lo cure him.
Chaj. B. MtCracken, Dallas, Or.,
consuiiiptioa, catarrh, and bronchitis,
restored to health.
Win. A. Ha'l, Astoria, Or., discharg
ing ear 20 years, scarlet fever, cured 10
Csflain Parker, proprietor Parker
Hotel, Astoria, catarrah for years, cured
8 years ago.
E. F. Tice, Sutunii-rville, Or., pain in
the head from sunstroke, cured and
gamed 10 pounds.
A Swikish Gentleman's Luck.
To the Editor I have been atllieted
with dealnees and ringing noises in my
head. Dr. Dirrln treated nie with
eiei trii ity ami cured me. Will answer
ques.ions at 5:1'.) Loring street, Albina.
CllAlll KK C lKUSON.
Litest Parisian Models
at Popular Prices
-: and -: Pk'sse Sillo
Motal mul liliiiiostono Huckli's
L. J Diithirjinj Eri Cured.
EJohn A. Kger ( Kosehurg, Or.,
writes ir. Darrin: " The discharge from
my ears has M"ii and my citar. b ic
cured, Many will come fiom our sec
K di-i ii i
p. ncils at the Cm i
it right by purchasing
your school supplies at
our store. We have a
complete stock of School
Hooks, Tablets, Pens,
Pencils, Inks and tbe
New National Note
Books. To ree them is
to purchase. Prices
very low considering tbe
Sloyer Drag Co.
Krimt 81., Opposite lie pot.
Sold on Easy Installments.
Take One on a Week's Tiial.
ODD FKIXOWS BUILDING
H. A. REED
1 A child can buy as cheap at the
We will positively sell
... sit lisilf price
all our SHIRT WAISTS and HATS.
To make room for other goods. These are Bargains
while we have them.
ISiiy Esuiy !
CHINAWARH B AUG A INS AT THE
OrEMNQ OF PATTERN WATS...
On September 28 and 29
A splendid display of Trimmed Hats, every
7a" one a masterpiece of art, which I will dis-
pose of at the most tempting prices on the
date above mentioned, A cordial invitation
is extended to all, J j j j j Jt
MRS. J. A.
iv -i iT'1C emc wf rfotion ; Li-ht, Strong and
I LWe furnish any m ike of tire on six makes of wheels
Now is the time to buy a tamlom, the 97 model; a 75 wheel for f35
our wheel taken in part payment for a new one.
W e furnish anything made for the Bicvcle.
Coaster Brakes put in any wheel.
Our stock is the largest and assortment the best in Southern Oregon.
P-'wte goods and down to-date prices.
T. A. HOOD & CO.,
THE MCYCLE MEN.
" Not slow as the fifth wheel of a heirse " are the ce'ebrated
STUDEBAKER :-: WAGONS
F. H. Schmidt.
Who Also Keeps
HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS
Kcapcrs and all Farm Machinery
Light and Heavy Wagons and Buggies
by using a
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co,
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
New York. Racket Store as a man."