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GRANTS PASS - JOSEPHINE COUNTY - OREGON - THURSDAY - OCTOBER
Reduced prices to close out line of LADIES and CHILD
WELCHS' CLOTHING STORE
NEXT TO P. O.
JTK. CLIVE MAJOK
Central Practitioner of
Mkdicini and Sukukuy.
Cilice in Williams Block
KKAL KHTA l'K
Life, Kite and Accident Insurance.
G HANTS I'AMH, - OkKOON.
Hi notices in all State and Federal Courts
Office over Ftret National Bank.
U hants Pass, . Oiikoun.
U. 8. DEPUTY
OSHOV & SHERIDAN,
Special attention given lo Mining
ana J.atui i.awg,and Land Ullice practice.
ROHKIII'HG, - . OllKUON.
GEORGE II. BINNS.
Office nposile Hotel Josephine,
Extra Family Flour
And F.verj thing that lines with First
For sale by -Chiles. Dklkmater,
Wadij. Pike and Coknli.l.
Call for it; same price as other brands
Painters are not made they are Born. We are Natural Born Painters."
The Grants Pass Painting Co.
CKDAK & BoCti,
UET our prices before making your contract
4T" A Postal Card Receives Prompt Attention
You will find !
LOUIS BEL1-TLS I
Reliable Watch Maker j
at Krcmer's Drug Store. j
Watch and Clock Repairing a Specialty :
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
With Every 10 Cash Purchase ol
(iroceries You Are (liven a
Handsome, Life Site ('rayon
or Water-Color Portrait
Tiioxa No. 80
Eisman & Burns Bros.)
Fresh and Salt
Fish r Krulays Poultry on Sa:unlay
The popular barber chop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chair J
ath riMm in ronnetiin
(aihoun Grocciy Cp.
Tux Poitliss Ukim-eks
San Jose and Mackinaw
u Shirts ami Coats,
None better !
P. H. KARTH &. SON
CLOTHING, SHOES, FUR
NISHING GOODS, HATS
TRUNKS AND VALISES
. Some Reasons
Why You Should Insiit on Having
EUREKA HARNESS OIL
U "equaled bv any other.
Renders harj leather soft.
Keeps out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
An excellent preservative.
Reduces cost of you' harness.
Never bums the 'leather ; its
Efficiency is incread.
Secures beat service.
Stitches kept from breaking.
s sold in nil
r-taettiit-ri nil f-oin
UAI1J DAI CAM
A-vcr Fails to Bert or Gray
Cum "'" in A hair IbIIuic
w a rib!
lJJvCOKATORS, HOUSE AND CARRIAGE
GRAINERS, PAPEU HANGERS AND CAL-
Grants Pass Business Firms.
Fine Butler a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
White House Grocery
staple and Fancy Gkockkiks
TUB HtsT OK KVE:iVTIII.Sl
AT ALL TWKt ..
, I Tiiujii: 1.11
I-LOUR and FEED!
Sixni St.. ..i f. ( rrv H t 1.
Every Day and Night
XI t .
F. V. DLAKE'S
( Next lo r oe's. )
Chas. Nickell returned to Jacksonville
Bicycle hospital for all repairing
Judge Hale went to Eugene Friday
for a few days.
N. C. Boynton maJe a trip to New
port last week.
Clias. B. Ensign, of Kerby, was
visitor to the Pass last week.
II. C. Perkins and assistant made
surveying trip to (ialico last week.
Ten Cents will purchase a bundle of
old pupers at this oir.ee come bandy i
Skagway is now connected with the
outside world by telegraph, the first
telegram Iroin that pla .e being received
at Seattle last Wednesday.
Hon. T. J. T. Berry, of Crescent Citv
was in town last week on an electioneer
tng tonr; and no doubt made a good
many votes while in the Pass!! Mr.
lierry is running for assemblyman for
Siskiyou and Del Norte counties.
Asiiianu is to nave an ice plant an
cold storage next season, John Coleman
having purchased the Uohhin's planing
mill site, water posur and buildings for
that purpose. Mr. Coleman will also
rebuild the cannery and evaporator.
Job C011UI11 l Have Stood It
If he'd had Itching Tiles. They
terribly annoying; but Eucklcn's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of Piles 011
earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's
the best salve in the world. Price 25c
a box. Cureguaiatiteed Bold by drug
gist Dr. kremer.
I). Applegate, the Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
agent in this city, had the most in
teresling lot of wiggling live sleek to
ship, Monday, that has left Ashland
for a long time. The shipment consisted
of seven boxes and cunUined 200 pounds
of live snakes en route from Klamath
Falls to Rochester, Minnesota. They
nan oeen purciiaseil at Kfj cents per
pound from J. II. Jaidin, the city
maishal of KJamiili Falls, by Messrs.
Kelts A Haines, who operate a snake
Tarm at Rochester, Minn. These snakes
are harmless repiiles and very thick
along Link river which connects the
Upper and LoerKlaiuuth hikes atovo
the town. On a warm sunshiny day
thousands of them cn be seen crawling
along and Higgling over each other on
tlie laud and swimming in the shallow
waters, or dialing themselves over or
dangling on fences. Tliey seem to live
and breed among the rocks along the
Link Kiver falls, are about 3 feet long
hen fully matured, of daik oolor with
a lighter strip running along the middle
of their backs. The people of Klamath
Falls are hoping that a new industry
will spring up lor the towuoutof this
first Shipment, for thy can supply
thousands of pounds of tha reptiles
without cllecting the visible supply.
We offer -One Hundred Hollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not hn cured by Hall's Caturrh Cnre.
F. J. Ciiknkv & Co., Props., Toledo.O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
-I. Cheney for Die last 15 vears. and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
ei.t & Tki ax, Wholesale Druggists,
loledo, O. Wai.dino, Kinnan & Mak-
vin, W holesalu Druggists. Toledo. (I.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 7;V. per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
R. O. McCroskey,
Hrytiissl, Shoes, Ladiesf'ae.and Jack
et, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing
iissls, Hals, Minem'tioods,
Trunks and Valises.
Grants Pass Greatest Store.
SWFFTLAM) & CO.
FRESH and SALT
...E. G DIXON...
iDRY GOODS, CLOTHING
Ladiks' and Gksts' SHOES
KvtavTinxo in Srvi.K
II. II. BARTON,
Full aKninent of Watches, (lurks, Sil
Terwear arwl Jenrlrr. A(,.l
A--siirtnwut of linuvlets and
Clemtns' Drug Store.
T. F. CROXTON,
FLOl'R AND FEED.
I Front Street.
wV V vvv'vVWv
M aahlnuton Letter.
(From Our Regular Correspondent.
Wasiiixuton, Oct. 1, 1000.
It is now np to Germany to mak
iiuiner piay in me ctunese game,
Having only got the positive support of
Austria and Italy in its first play, whic
consequently counted for nothing, Ger
many will probably be certain of
stronger support from the powers before
making another. There have been
new developments in Washington dur
ing the pst week, unless the talk of
the Chinese minister to the United
Stales may be considered such. II
wishes the United States to assume the
role 01 mediator between the liowera an
China, and he is doing considerable
talking about it. He is smart, too. He
ii putting forth the argument of dollars
and cents in favor of the idea. He say
II is the only suie wav to prevont the
dismemberment of the Chinese Empire,
and that if dismemberment takes place
me open door to American trade w ill bo
speedily closed forever. Whatever else
there may be there is no doubt that the
Chinese are capable diplomats.
Although it Is only a little more than
month to election day, the politicians
have not succeeded in working np any
lung like the usual excitement at this
stage of the campaign. They claim
everything, but are really up in the air
so to speak, themselves as to what the
result a ill lie, so far as being able to
produce any tangible foundation for
their claims, and they Tear that if the
people are too busy to do the ordinary
campaign shouting, they may be too
busy to vote. From the best obtainable
evidence, sifted - without prejudice, it
eems almost certain that control of the
house will go with the presidency if
Mr. McKinley is re-elected, his party
will elect a majority of the bouse, and
if Mr. Bryan la elected, his party will
have the houBe. The uncertainty about
the presidency is largely owing lo the
belief that the vote is going to be much
mailer than it was in 18'.'(i, when the
country was worked up to fever heat
Li-Congressman Dung in, of Ohio, is
ue of the expansionists who believes like
Senator Beveridge, that America is
eslined to rule a big portion of the
world. He said, in a speech In Wash
ngton: "(jeorga Washington was the
rtt American expansionist, when he
toikbr force land that Fiance had a
title to. In my opinion title is fixed
only by the survival ot the fittest, ami
hat is ahr America is going to rule the
earth. There is just 0110 American
people, whose hearts b?at for their flsa
nd country, and they will stand by the
man who is lilies', to lead them."
Secretary Long, who has authority to
lonlract for the armor required for war
hips now in the coursii of construction.
at what lie considers a reasonable price,
oeiieves luat he can reach an agreement
h the Ihr-ie companies which sub
mitted the bids that were rejected because
the price was too high. He h is talked
ho matter over with representatives ol
he' bidders the Carnegie. IH!lillim
nd Midvaie steel companies and will
hold further conferences with them. He
loesn't islf to exercise-the authority con
ferred upon him by congress to establish
government armoi-inaking plant, un
less compelled to do so.
The post olH-ju department is after the
negiectiui ana inelhcient postmnstuis
with a snarp stick. In a general order
sent to every postmaster in tlio United
States, the following language is used:
"The number of pjstmasters who failed
tJ send proper repocts with stubs or
manifold receipts for the quarter ended
June 30th, last, is astonishing, when it
is considered that postmasters are
recommended for appointment because
ot their exceptional fitness, ability, in
telligence, diligence, and punctuality."
The order warns the delinq itmts that
mere Is trouble ahead of them if they
don't do better. .
Senator Morgan, of Alabama, whose
conservative opinions have a h.gh value,
is in Washington. He said of the coal
strike: "I don't believe that the mining
troubles in Pennsylvania and other
sections will cut much figure in the
electian. As for the charge that the
democratic committee was influential in
bringing out the o.-dur for the general
strike, I don't believe it. Either party
would fight shy of getllng mixed up In
such a matter. It will he over and cut
no figure in November, I believe from
The figures shuwing Hie business done
by the post ollice department in money
orders during the last fiscal year are eye
openers. The in iney orders issued
amounted lo JM,70,0l7.98, and the
money, orders paid to 21l),120,ii5 8.', a
total ol o0t,7'.0,:iia.80, being an increase
over the previous year ol fitt.SOtt.Uill.&s,
or more than II per cent. This broke
all records of the postal service both ir.
the amount of in. reuse and in the per
centage of increase and tells its own
Uiry of the prosperity of our people.
Itobbed The Grave.
A startling incident, Is narrated by
lohn Oliver of Philadelphia as folloas:
J I was in an awiul conditiou. My skin
as almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
coated, pain conllniullv in hark and
ides, no appetite, growing weaker day
by day. Three physicians ha I fciveu me
up. Then I waaadvUed to uie Kleejrie
Hitters; to my great joy, the first bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
.inued their lor three weess, and am
oow a well mn. I know they rohl.J
;he grave of another victim. " No one
should fail to try them. Only 60c.,
na-anteed, at Dr. Kremer's drug store.
ftals or Kxrhang.
Flighty acres on Williams creek, three
miles from post olfi , ) miles from
iranta pass. One-half under cultiva-
ion, orchard of fenr acres, good water
r'B Two barns, cnmtortabte houns,
ood outbuilding, plenty of berries.
a acres standing limber, good for In in
n-r. New saw oiili near. Will exc'
!or town prowr(y or sell lor I12W.
Chains Acer s has found a good ledge
at the head of Coyote creek.
Times are lively here now and a large
amount of freight ia leaving Leland
We are having cool, cloudy weather
these days with showers. Good
The miners are very busy fitting np
Uietr mines for the winter. Help Is very
scarce at present.'
Everybody is well and the people are
busy gathering in their crops. There
a good deal Of hay yet to cut.
James Nickersou has found a good
ledge on the Chapman & Rosa ranch
and got good prospects by pounding out
We are , needing some politic
speakers at Lelantl. There are yet
some unconverted Bryan men here,
We had the pleasure of seeing and
hearing our old friend, Mr. Forbes, of
Irowmown. Mr. Forbes is one of the
oldrsl business men In Oregon and
noiuing ma age well. He expects lo
lake tha slump for McKinley for he
says, "Wiien we have protperity and
the government is in a progressive state,
why do wewauta change." Mv partner
and myself are both democrats but we
can't go llryan and his issue. We be
Hove in letting well enough alone. We
think that if Stephen Jewell would read
up a little more he would vote for
Mckinley and Roosevelt too. We have
a good many men here who voted for
Bryan four years ago and who "chewed
the rag" a good deal but this year Ihev
have Iheir eyes opened and will vote
A Thousand Tnnguea
Could uot express the rapture of Annie
b. c-priugcr, o! Philadelphia, when Dr
King's New Discovery cured her of
hacking cough that for many years had
made life a burden. She says: "After
all other remedies and doctors failed it
soon removed the pain in my chest and
can now Bleep soundly, something 1
can scarcely remember doing before
feel like Bounding its praises throughout
the Universe." Dr. Klng'a New Die
covery is guaranteed to cure all troubles
of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price
50c and II. Trial bottles free at In-
Kremer's drug store.
Kalilea ofihn ltall. XIV.
unce upon a tuns a kind and good
mg had a very beautiful daughter and
it was his great desire that she should
wed some one In her own station, but
the young woman did not lake kindly
10 the princes and others who played
golf wilh lior and spent their pin money
lor ice cream, etc.. so she irava Ilium
II the marble heart and ran away to
Hudson with a coachman, ami ii,,,.-
Iter look in washing for a living.
Moral If the king, her pa, had been
ise he would have desired the yung
oinan lo he wed in the North-Western
ine station, the convenience! and
beautiful surroundings of which would
ave at once put her in a trance, when
would have been a simple matter for
one of the princes of the realm to win
Illauiark a Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid heulih
f.l H..I.I- ...in .... .
iiiuuiiuiaoin win an 1 tremendous energy
are not 1011ml where Stomach. Liver.
Kidneys and bowels are out ol order.
If you want these qualities and the
success they bring, use Dr. King's New
Life Pills, Only 2o cents at Dr.
Kremer's Drug Store.
Hammond Gelt Another Rosd.
A. B. 1 1 a in 1. o id, owner of the Astoria
A Columbia Hiver Hailroad, is now in
California. Ho has purchased the
Eureka A K'amstli Kivir Hailroad from
the Vance family, of Humboldt county,
together wilh a large sawmill and heavy
timber interests. The road, which ia 30
miles lung, runs from Samoa to the Mad
river country by way of Areata, and Mr.
Hammond intends to extend it to Cres
cent City, via Trinidad. Kival roads
are fighting to prevent Hammond getting
into Eureka, and he ia likely to have a
legal b.tlle over the matter
Night and day, until the strength is
entirely exhausted, and that dreaded
word 'Consumption begins to I whis
pered among fnends. That's a common
atory, familiar to the people of every
town and village.
There's another story which ought to
be aa widely known as the alorv of dis
ease, and that la the story of the cures
effect ed by the use of Dr. Pierre's Golden
Medical Discovery. Bronchitis, asthma,
distillate, deep seated cnnglia, bleeding
of the lungs, awl other forms of disease
which affect tlie respiratory organs, are
permanently cured by tilt use of " Golden
Only for Dr. PVrw's CoMts Mrrilral Irts.
rwry I think I otmiM t my rrmve liKdsy."
niM Mr. M sws Milr. -A Nllliatd, l.'inla Co.,
Wyoming. "1 lisd ssllllns so tmt I cuuM 14
Irrn at nirtit snit was cnmprllrd to give up
work. It fe9rlrl my luuga so Inst I toushrd
II the time, hmh aiglit and day. Mf furo.la
II thotight hsd cortMinipttoo. My wlfr In
aistM cm my Irving !r ricrcr'a tilden Medical
iMacwerr which I did. I haw Uarn (our
bat!' and am now a wlt man. wrlsliinr ins
Kunda, thanks to 17. Pierce's Coidra Medical
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent ret on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only, fiend ai
one-cent stamps for book in paper covers
or 31 sumps for cloth-bound. Address
Dr. k. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
OUR PARIS EXPOSITION LETTER
A Vult to the Catholk Missions Building
Ftw rrtnch Wayors Accept lavltatlont
- to VUlt Exposition.
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Paris. Sept. 17, PJ00.
The question ot most interest at tl.
moment here ia which- ot two feelings
not to say two interests, will influence
the French government in Its far
eastern policy, the alliance with Russia,
or the oft-repeated promise of France to
act in . concert with the collective
powers. Wilh the mass of the peopl
the first feeling It by far the stronger
and in the end will probably prevail
because, while the ministry strongly
desire to keep lis plighted word, at
any rate to the world'! ear, it fear of
falling is stronger still and opportunism
will therefor rule its councils. French
ministers are far too fragile a kind to
risk knocking against Die iron pot of
popular sentiment when floating down
the stream ol politics, and particularly
when, as in this case, the ministers, as
men, heartily sympathise with popular
predilection. Whether the alliance
with Russia can be called an interest
as regards China ii highly doubtful
Controversy is always rife, even in
France, as to whether the alliance ii of
material benefit to that country or not;
whereas it is pretty certain that France
ia likely to get far more of the Chinese
pickings from tha powers collectively
than from Russia standing alone or in
opposition. Many people hold that the
French are simply "spoiling" for a war,
and that once the Exposition closes
she will invite or make one. Certainly,
il sue now throws In ber lot with Russia,
there will be no iinall chance that the
longing will be gratified since exceed
ingly delicate complications are bound
I was on the way to the Chinese and
Japanese section! of the Exposition the
other day when I was diverted from my
purpose by the a' tractions of the
'atholio Mission! building. It Ii cer
tainly one of the most Interesting and
at the same lime horrifying in the show
As yon push back the heavy curtains at
the entrance yoj find yourself in a
dimly lighted hall with wag-work scenes
on either band and visitors ulidinu
fearfully about. One ot the scenes, all
of them by the way are marveloualy
lifelike; shows an old missionary, gaunt
nd pale, but with the Ore of religious
enthusiasm in his eyes, sealed on a
chair, with a Bible on his lap, at the
very mouth oi a -loaded cannon to
which an Arab Is about to apply the
fuse. This il a Jean de Vacher who in
1UJ8 wai blown from the cannon's
mouth in Algeria for refusing to for-
wear Christianity and adopt the creed
Mahomet. Another group, even
more horrible, is that of which lbs
hief figure ii Moniignor Borie, who in
1AM was decapitated at Tonkin, bul
not till after the sword of the execu
tioner had fallen aeven times. Tha
ishop ii kneeling, after ths first or
second blow, with his head th rust
through a balk of timber which be bad
carried with him from the day of his
captivity. A third group represents!
ster of charity dressing the lores of a
leper at ftfandalay In l'pier Burma.
and is, from the loathsome and terrible
atureofthe disease, the most horrify
n g of all. One other group must be
mentioned since it relieves (lie horror
llie rest; that ol a missionary, a
eal, strong, bearded man, completely
othed in skins, arriving at the hut ol
Lhri.tisnir.ed Eskimo. The snow is
II aliout, the sledge and dogs are In the
background, and tha splendid figure of
10 missionary, as he greed the convert
bis simple Icelandic hut, wondnrlully
in presses you.
Upstairs in the same building are
collection! of charts, and wearimr
pparel, and miscellaneous article! of
II sort from nearly ever cliina ami
ginn where the evangelist has peue-
ated. There is the figure of a Chines
riest, a convert, and at his feet a
acanl showing the stale ol ths
missionary enterprise at the beginning
nd at the end of the Huh century.
Briefly, at the beginning of the century
there were in the whole of China but
mission nations and 200,000 Catholic
converts; at Its close there were 40
station! and 1.000.000 converts. Yet
lat a drop In the ocean of Chinese
millions. One of the statistical charts
of interest lo Americans as showlna
broadly the state of Catholicism in the
There are 3,000 mayors In France and
have been Invited by tlie Paris
uniclpallly to the fetes it il giving on
2'Jod and 23rd of the month in
celebration of the Exposition. On
ou Id hardly have thought that any of
the mayors would refuse to atteud so
rely festal and non-political a gather
,', but refine several of them do, and
no very courteous terms. The reason
Hist Hie last Paris municipal
lections resulted ill a large nationalist
majority, and among the majority.
some of the choicest denia iroiriies Ilia
aris working class-is can nrodn
e French provincial mayor, as a rule,
a level-beaded if somewhat rustic
rson, who sees in in acceptance of ths
vii.uon an act ol uisovatv to
' Liberty. Equality, and Fraler nity" as
by law and Loiibet established. Ths
two most important towns whose mayors
have rehired are, so far, Lyons and
Marseilles. The mayor of the latter
excused himself on the ground Ihst the
recent strikes left him so sad that he
has no spirit for the gaities the Paris
municipality promises, and will no
doubt brtlliantlv provide.
lo Yoa Writ 7
Oetyour writing paper by the ream
and save money. W otfer a ream ol
note paper, 4m0 sheets, 2', pounds, f..r
Vte. We get the paper in larieqnanil
tie and can sell chtap; Ibis is not i-heap
paper but first class goods. Col an a
FURNITUR E Eoods' We do not an1 nf handle sec
f ond hand goods, but will sell yon new goods
J at reasonable prices. ,,
1U AlVKPIX i 0,,r Cve-pound wool, Government blanket
ULAIHRLI3 p proving a " winner" ....,.$300
NICKLE STEEL 1 It's not chenn sroods but the best riwk
HAHli J mat
At Bed Time.
I take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I feel bright and my complex
ion Ii better. My doctor rays it acta
gently on my stomach, liver and kidneys,
and is a pleasant laxative. It Is made
from herbs and la prepared as easily as
tea. It Is called Lane's Medicine. All
druggists sell It at 75 eta. Lane's Fami
ly Medicine moves the bowels each day
If you cannot got it, lend fur a free sam
ple. Address, Orator F. Woodward. L
Roy, N. Y.
A llraaar'a Slorl.s.
Charities" tells of an Enirllah eh.r.
liable eoclcty which recently Investi
gated the record of a man who, accord
ing 10 nia various "hard luck" stories,
had lout three wives, 17 children, four
fathersand twomnthers; had fourtlmra
been made a bankrupt bv a t reseller
oua brother; had once lost hl place be
cause ne was a stanch. Protestant, and
again because he was a stanch Catho
lic; and had once been shipwrecked
and lost all h- had In the world.
A Jesuit priest now In South Africa
write lo the hoys In the New York col.
lege where he was formerly a profea-
aor: "Nine in the blessed Language la
dlheramanwiinmngwalieia, but this la
nothing lo two, which Is mashumiamair.
Stat Offlelal Wis (oulda'l Writ..
The Philadelphia llecord aeya that a
man was once elected to a responsible
stale oilier In Pennsylvania, and w-rred
acceptably, who could not write his
name, lie w ns Intelligent and of sound
The l.isM, islssls.
It la reported in Boston from .
Ign Miuree that the famous pink which
he I lost on broker, Thomas W. Law.
in, bought for H MSI and ihiiii.mI ih.
"Mrs. Thomas W. Luwson pink," after
his wife, hns been wild again. The lut
eal purchaser, the report sava. Is no
less a ersair.agr than Hie Uedlve of
Egypt, now sojourning lit London, who
made the purchase through an agent.
The price he is supposed to have paid Is
not included In the story.
Ilns the Justices lit.
The sewt on the right of tlie ehlef
Justice Is alwuye occupied by the asso
ciate Justice who lins hern Inngcwt on
the bench; Hint on the left by the next
In order or ss nlorlt.t , and so on altsr
ruitrly from right to left.
Tbruluwr l.oal (Jroaa.
Twenty-seven year ago there were
twice as many medical aa theological
students In Berlin. This year there are
four times as many medical student.
- For the third of a century the
standard for strength and purity. It
makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,
cake and other pastry light, sweet
and excellent in every quality.
No other baking powder is
"just as good as Royal," either in
strength, purity or wholesomencss.
OVAL BAKINQ POWDCK CO.,
2000 yards, new patterns, new effects.
more beds and Chairs all
and at a right price.
Handsome oak and gold, six-inch frames,
alt complete with glass and hangers. .$i 75
J Lots ol other styles at right prices.
I Have only one left want the room first
comer gets it for $6. 75, less than cost
I Don't wait 1
DANGEROUS TO GET AlfGRT.
raroirssss Hare rrssjweBtlr tesalt.
est la Desufc Mesial
A study of anger from experience)
In about ,000 cases, col lee ted from re
name observers, has been made by O.
(Stanley Hall. The causes were many
and various, and often bring trivial,
and the physical sensations accom
panylnff It differed greatly with ths
Individual, say Stray Stories.
Flushing was very general, although
pallor wna a characteristic in 27 per
cent, of the cases. The heart beats
were violent, several cases of death
from rupture of this organ being re
ported, and (here were sometlmea pe
culiar enanllona in mouth and throat,
sometimes dirtiness or falntneaa, fre
quently tears, anil generally copious
salivation, which might produce froth
ing at the mouth.
Common sound were anlcal-lik
crlea in children, and oath and
threats In adulta, while In many eaae
the throat waa paralyrsd and there
will Inability to speak above a whis
per, or without crying or trembling.
Butting with th head, biting and
scratching are noticeable in childish
HABIT IN A HORSE'S WORE.
A Coalraetar'a Aalasal Tkat Waa Ba.
less H'hsa a llNssrraaa
"When I retired from th contract
ing business a short time ago," aaid
a well known man, relates th Mew
York Hun, "1 had a number of
horses that I was anxious to dispose
of; among them was one named Jerry,
which for several yeara had been used
to working on th drum. Irs such
work a horse become accustomed to
lifting hU feet high to avoid striking
the hoisting ropes. When the horaea
were pit under th hammer Jerry
went to a Harlem grocer.
"About a week later the purchaser
of Jerry called at my house and toM
me he had a lot of trouble wfth the
horse. .He said that Jerry would go
a short distance when he would aton
short and lift his feet high, aixt after
doing this would go a Utile further
only to repeat It again. I told the
grocer why the horse stopped short,
mid lifted his fret and also advised
him to look up some contractor and
sell the animal to him for hoiatlng
purposes. He did so, notifying m
that he received a larger price than
he paid me for the horse."
The Raliaa Wants a I'alvrrsltr.
A university for the atudy of the art
and aeleners Is to be founded at Con
siantlnoplt by order of the sultan. .
Many low rict, imiution tMklnr powder ar
uiMn the mark-,. h-w r puje with alum,
mik! i-ar wttsMM bsMke.i w avoid ttWnt. a alum
is a jrvuvn, Mor lu bu Uku iu lit Kan.
100 WILLIAM IT., NEW YOU.