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Oregon, as second-class mall matter.
Thuksday, Octobkb ii, 1900
Mr. Bryan ia Introducing a novelty in
argument when he declares, that tl.e
way to continue McKinley limes la to
The people of any political parly, who
rejoice in the reverse of the troops of
the country they purport to support
re not to be trusted.
Several yeara ago the Mexican govern
ment made standing ofTur of $100,003
to the one who would discover a remedy
lor yellow fever. Tbia prize haa been
captured by a young Italian specialist,
Angel Bellimaghi, who haa brought
forward a remedy, the efficiency of,
which haa been proven.
l'rogresa and prosperity are the rule of
the hour. It ia folly to attempt to deny
this and greater folly to take any course
which would change the conditions
which allow ua to be prosperous and
progreaaive. The election of McKinley
nieana a continuance of the present
trend of allahs, while the election ol
llryan could not fail of upsetting the
conditions to' some extent at least,
necessitating readjustment and con
sequent impediment to prosperous ad
vancement. The universal business,
trade and commerce of the nation ia like
very intricate and delicate machine, to
which the least jar or friction ia destruc
tive. The vicepreaidentof the United States
should be a man who is capable of being
president if the succession should devolve
upon lilin. Theodore Koosevelt Is pre
eminently one of the foremost among
the able men of the nation, lie has not
acquired his eminence by chance or
stratagem but by solid ability and
merit. He la one of the most popular
of our public men and Ills popularity is
based upon tils official record, His
name haa become , synonym for
strength and integrity to an exttut
which baa been accorded to few men in
the national hiatory. The presidential
ticket ia ordinarily a one man affair,
with the vice-president nominee put in
merely to fill the space, but the ticket of
McKinley and Koosevelt ia a notable
exception to tills rule and the latter
bolda his place in the public' interest
equally with the former.
The average American, no matter
what his politics may be, is not likely to
enthuse over (he prospect of turning the
country into an empire." As there has
been nothing in the course of events to
indicate such an .outcome possible it is
amusing in the extreme to note the long
and highly colored articlea that appear
daily bearing on the empire question.
l'robably not one man in 500 believes
that we are tending in any way toward
such a destination, yet men will pursue
such atuir, look wise and predict calami'
ties that would make a timid person
quake iu hia boots. There is too much
of this thing going on for the good of
the country. The man who ia busy at
the work bench, the desk or any other
place has no time for such things, and
be never bothers his head with lurid
tales of awful things to come. He is the
good cititen; his country, his town and
his home jare hia pride, and he ia ever
found willing to put his shoulder to the
wheel and help push the world along.
Calamity wailing in times like the
present, while not very prevalent, is
still found In sufficient quantity to be
Ladies Tailor-Made Suits
1 . .
To Close Out at a Reduced Price.
RED STAR STORE,
W. L DEAN, & CO., Propr.
Post Office Uuilding.
Utter From W. J. Winter.
Editor Courier :
I thank yon for your ;frank answer in
your issue of the 27th to my questions.
I also lhank you for the compliment
you pay me and I can assure you of the
nterest I take in the welfare of the old
"Courier." I must aay. however,
brother Voorhiei, you and I differ very
materially in our views of the political
situation. Tbia ia proper enougli for I
believe diveisity of opinion and diver
sity of industry are all important to the
welfare of our country. To that end
then we must have two great political
parties to keep up proper interest in the
affaire of government. I understand by
your reply to my questions that if we
democrats wish to use the columns of
the CocniKii, wo must do so "with
reservationa and limitations" and our
articlea must "approach a curtain stand
ard of fairness, liboiality and tolerance"
even though your paper is indeiiendent
and we do sign our names to the articles
thus relieving you of responsibility;
granting your undisputed privilege of
attacking our opinions editorially.
Now we have a perfect understanding:
one consistent with what others have
told us who are supporting McKinley
and Koosevelt. Those who are putting
up the twenty five millions to secure
the election of Mr. McKinley tell us if
we vote for Mr. llryan and elect him
they will reduce our wagea, lock np
their faioney (which waa once our money
but alaa no mure) and make times hard ;
then close the mortgages on ua and
send our women and children into the
barren wilderness crying for bread.
Now, brother, you may think we are
dbuiayed, but we am not; we have
been held up by the festive road agent
and, for a fact words which under more
favorable circumstances would naturally
can be printed by a few persona in a
mall space in an eastern city; to mine
it, it would require thousands o' men
working in twelve states and territories
of this union. If the money ia printed
the people have it not ; if it is mined it
I believe, 8ir, that if Mr. McKinley
sccepts (25,000,0)0, or any other sum
of money of the trusts to secure his
election he will not be in a position to
do anything against them a'terward and
we may safely calculate the friendship
ia mutual, past experience proves this
to be true, I admit that the sale of
mules and horses, canned heel (which
we could not eat at home) together
with other army supplies, good crops,
increased output of gold and the coin
ing of over filly millions of atunuard
silver dollars have not only increased
our export trade hut have helped us on
the road to prosperity but, aside from
the coining of this silver I cannot trace
much of our prosperity to Mr. Mc
kinley's administration. X do give
him credit for coining as high as (1,103
377 in the mouth of March last and
:i,l '0,07U, in June of this year and over
$53, 0011,000 since he has been prubidont;
all standard silver dollars coined at the
ratio of 10 to 1 the profit to the govern
ment between t lie price paid for the
silver and the fifty thiee millions of
dollars called aeignoragu being over
$10,000,003. Has any one been able to
get one of these dollars for fifty cents?
Ford at Grants Pus and Williams.
Hon. Tiluion Ford, republican presi
dential elector will speak at the opera
house Saturday, October 13th at 8
o'ulock p. 111. there will be singing by
the male quartette and music by the
band. Everybody invited.
At 'i o'clock in the alternoon Saturday
Mr. Font will address the people ol
Williams at the nail.
HEW FALL GOODS 1
You will find a complete assort incut ol NF.W FALL
GOODS in every Department.
Also a complete line of STAPL.F, DRY GOODS.
Accident at Wolf Creek.
Tho town of Wolf Creek waa the
scene of a runaway in which Mr,
Atwood. a man about 00 yeara of age,
living about l'u miiea north of town,
was seriously injuied. Atwood and a
small boy were driving a team north
ward and at the point where the wagon
road runs Parallel to the railroad the
horses became frightened at sn engine
standing on the track, which at that
place is a number ol feet higher than
the wagon road. The horses started to
run aud Atwood braced hlinsell and
held on to the team until the reins
broke and he was helpless. The horses
kept on sumo distance in their mad
career until tl ey collded with a tele
phone pnle, the tongue of the vehicle
striking the pole squarely in the renter,
the horses going on either side. The
shock threw Atwood forward striking
his head on the pole causing a (i art un
to tho skull and rendering i.iiu union
rciout for a number of hours. The boy
was thrown a much giealcr distance
but aside from being bruised was not
Atwood was taken to the hotel and
cared for and at prer-cnl is doing well
although a section of his skull is crushed
JI000 Sgi AM)! Kl u
IN MY SHOIi DKPARTMKNT you will find the best
makes to be found. . In light, medium and heavy weights.
I handle nothing but strictly First Class Up-to Date Shoes.
E. C. DIXON
For the Umutceiilul Treatment ol Hit Wile,
nil Finally did to (ia to l)r.
Darrin lor Curt.
Mr. Editor I Uel it my duly to say
that l'r. lUnin cured my wife, six
) ears ago. She had been attlicted tor
"0 tears with kidney complaint, diabetes
r.nd pain in the back. Many physicians
bad given her up, after having paid out
over $100) for her treatment. We only
saw Dr. Darrin one time, lie gave her
remedies and advice, and from that day
to this her symptoms have never
reappeared, and I am so pleased with
bis treatment that I have placed her
under bis care for deafness. 1 live near
Medford Or. C. Mourns.
grate on our ears sounded sweetly then,
nevermore so than alien bo told u
that if we opened our mouths he Houid
shoot our heads off; that was surely
sparing life with an implied promise ol
luture liberty; hurtali!
When our friend vanished and we got
our hands down we felt happy ami
prosperous even "generous to a fault,"
we felt like caressing Ilia' road agent
ami to show him our full approval ol
what had taken place say to him joii
and 1 together have as much money as
we had before. Our lives weie spared.
And now. Dear Editor, tho conditions
being at least similar we will with the
same spirit of cheerfulness glndly foi ft it
our Illicit)', the election franchise, a
democialiu form of government, the
Declaration of Independence (though e
hate to give up its reading on I lie Fourth
ol July) and the constitution ol t lie
I'nitcd State' if you will not draft us
into the armies or in any other May
take from us that which you cannot
return to-wlt: our lives. I'tovi hd of
course that McKinley is elected. Yes,
e differ, I do not believe the laboring
people of o.ir country are benefitted by
"laiKing their wages or at least not
lowering litem" as Mi. llanna says
alien the costs of living have hern
raised on all things controlled hy the
trusts f i urn '.'i to ot) per cent ; this does
reduce their wagea Ucause they have
less at night when their days work is
1 cannot see the propriety of driving
a few thowVipds of Chinameii from the
country became they will work for
from 75c to one dollar a day and at the
same time admit O.uOO.OOO of Filipinos
who will work lor 4tV per day.
1 do not believe it is as good for the
country to print money as it is to let ibv
people dig it from the silver mines. U
Ailterilkixl Letter I, int.
following is (ho list of letters adver
tised at the draiita Pass post ollice for
the week ending October (!, KKk.
Hums, Mrsti ), Clemens, Mrs .1 II
I'avis, .MrsC, Simmons. Mrs J.
Steward, Mrs (i W, liavidson.Mrs Bessie
Cooksev, Mr A,
lldurds, I' !,
l. Rose, A E,
W liner, Thomas I
The amount of taxes paid baa been
reported and a schedule showing each
district's paitol the apportionment will
be ready hy next week.
In district So. 12 Mrs. U lyase, Wood
bury has 14 scholara enrolled. This
school has been in tension but five days.
The classes are well formed although
several pupils have not the proper books
for their grades. Mis. Woodbury's
methods are good and the school is
awake in its duties, and success is
In district No. 1), 20 scholars are
attending school under the manage
ment of W. C. Whitlock. This school
is in good working order and under the
instruction of Prof. Whitlock, a teacher
of 15 yeara experience iu leaching, the
scholars are sure to learn much, and a
good report Is expected from the school
at the end of the term.
School in district Ho. 10, is composed
of 16 girls and 15 boys, with Miss Daisy
Stites for their teacher. These girls and
boys know what they go to school for,
and every one is putting her or hia beet
efforts on the work in baud. The best
of order prevails throughout the whole
school. The people of Williams appro
ciate the good work being done by thoir
teacher, as is shown in keeping Miss
Stites for their teacher for a second
terra this year.
In district No. 28, Mrs. Belie
Iludeu has So pupils on roll. The
teacher and scholars are busy, Before
my visit I had good reports of the
progress and management of this school,
and upon visiting there, these reports
were continued. The patrons of die
trict No. 28, have their children under
the care and instruction ot an able
teacher and they should all catch the
inspiration to visit the school and
encourage the good work.
School iu district No. 8, at fro volt
has 30 scholars emolled. This school
though crowded into a small room,
with very hail, clumsy seats and desks,
is progressing nicely. Miss Maggie
Chiles is displaying great ekill in the
management of this school and the
scholars throughout are taking good
interest in their studies. With such
interest and under bo good an in
structor as Miss Chiles there scholars
will have a good report at the end of the
have the report of but only one
teacher iu the school of that part of the
county which comprises the district
around Waldo, Kerhyville, Althouse,
Dryden and Selma, an I as far ss I know
there is but one school in session
throughout nil of that country. If there
are other schools in station iu the
districts which comprise that part of the
county, the teachers in them are not'
loing their duty.' Teachers must report
in compliance with Itule A LY 1 ol the
State Hoard of Education.
There are two joint districts in Jose
phine and Jackson counties. In these
the teacher keeps the record of the
scholars from each county separate and
at the end of the year will make out a
report to each county's superintendent.
The clerks of these districts keep the
records of each county's part separate,
but must send to each county's superin
tendent the whole enumeration of
hlldron of both his districts, ho group
ing them that earn siinnrintendent can
distinguish the number enumerated
from each connlv.
The enrollment of the Grants Pass
schools at the present time is 6114,
which is about 41 more than last year
at tli is time. The sch jlars are dis
tributed in the rooms as follows:
DR. DARRIN TO REMAIN.
i flDtntng notes.
ii : J 0win 19
J. I). Wi'cox, a mining broker, of
Poitland, spent a day here this week.
Frank Colvig returned home Tuesdav
after spending a few weeks working at
the Victory mine on Cow creek.
Tne boilers of the Victory mine have
been moved to Winchester where they
will be installed in the water works
Scribner A Henderson last wek
St ruck a good pay streak near the bead
of Wolf creek and it is reported that
they are taking out on an average an
ounce, of gold a day.
the Crest Demand
, u mi MiH.aassnnN , ,
Our old Friend II. D. Sluter, of Wolf
creek made ns a call last week and left a
small piece of rock, one aide of which
waa covered with gold. It is a splendid
specimen and Mr. Sluter hat our ever
lasting thanks. He saya he has plenty
of just such rock and the amount of
gold he brings in every trip is evidence
of the fact.
( Hiss tiooden
Miss Tull's. . .
. " Sutton 50
. " Iamiioii 44
l.rillilli, t ,
l.alhrclh, II C,
llunlly, N It,
Smith, F.dgar A,
Williams, Harry II
K. II kmun, P. M.
The l.aieai Yarn.
A Pittsburg diiimn.fr tells this yarn :
I always carry a bottle ol Kemp's
Balsam in my grip. 1 take cid i asilv
and a few doses of the Balsam ii w ays
m-tkesineu w ell man. F. very w here I
g ) I speak a good word lor Kemp. 1
take hold of my customers I lake old '
men aitl young men, an I tell them
confidentially what I di when 1 take
c i!d. At druggists, 2; and 50c.
It. aily Tor I'iiIii t.
I have opened an ollice in the opera
house blink, over the postolh.t'. in
Urauls Pass, and will engage in Mining,
llrokeiage, Ileal K.Mate, luMiiaiwe" and
Colli-clivn bi.ainess. 1 shall be pleased
to consult with parsons having mining
properties, who may ndi either to sell
them or place on the stock market. I
am also ready to handle Ileal Kslate.
including improved and unimproved
property. If you lant Fire Insurance
let mo write you a policy aud do it so
that in case of loss you get your money.
If you hvo accounts or notes to collect,
houses or farms you ant rented, bring
them te me. K. C. Pkstljims.
1 " Colvig
3 " llogan
2 " llesliu
1 " Akin
Tins number will probably be
creased during (tie next month as a
lurge number of tho older scholars have
not yet entered the school.
The testimonials tiro coining in thick
mid fast for Dr. Darrin and his marvel
ous treatment of all descases. Whili
lie treats with electricity and medicine.
surgery is no less one of his specialties
He lias been crowded with patient:
since coming to I, rants Pass, mid in nil
cases the results have boon satisfactory
as tho published testimonials will bear
witness. Among the latest testimonials
is the one printed below, which was n r
snna'lv given us on Tuesday of this
Hum Point, Ore., Sep. l!i.
Mr. I'ditor 1 desire to say to you, fur
publication, that I was treated by Dr.
Darrin, at Portland, about tell years ago
for tumor mid consumption. I had u
large tumor or abscess growing under
my ribs mid it had attained such a
growth that my ribs wore actually bulg
ed out, and consumption w ith corrupt
ion and spitting blood was fast lessen
ing my days of life. I was treated by
Dr. Darrin and a few nmutlis thereafter
I was a perfectly strong man and able to
do a good days work. Itcforo treatment
I could scarcely walk one hundred yards.
I want (nrsous altlictcd to personally
call Umii me at 1 acle Point and learn
more of Dr. Darrin and his almost
ii. 11. Mathews.
More Case i'ureil.
Mk Km run: For -0 years prior to
going under It. Damn's treatment in
PuitUnd five years ago, 1 had Wen badly
atllic'.eil witli catarrh of the stomach
and bladder. I was terribly bloa'ed
with dropsy and dyspepsia. I bad
given up sli hepes of relief, but thattks
lo Dr. Darrin I was cured of all the
aWe meiitioutd iiiseaes, and I still
enjoy the beit of hialth. 1 reside at
Coos Citv, six miles from Marahlield.
and will gladly answer any iieslious by
letter or in person. I heartily recom
mend Dr. Darrin. O. 0. Prvtt.
July ?'.!, 1S:IS.
' The doctor has conclude I to extend
his visit in Urania Pass and will remain
at the Hotel Josephine until Oct. 2sth in
stead of Nov. Itth a rep irled last woek,
thus aiTording thoio who luve not yet
had an oppoitnnity of consulting lnm a
chance to do so. They will receive a
frank opinion free of charge. In a
msjoiiiv of cases only one interview is
, required. The balance of treatment can
be conduced without interruption of
business. To those unable to come,
blanke will ba furnished by
Jack Stroud, of Leland, an old time mail upon application,
miner, was in the rasa last week and The doctor's trealineut consists of the
made us a pleasant call. Mr. Sfroud iate6t discoveries in the application of
and (jeo. W. Palmer, have been work" eciricity, euppleinented by medicines
ing the bed of Grave creek the Pac' ! j necesparv."
Tbemajirity of cases whose names
j presented, were of a chronic nature
and had baflbd the skill of good physi
cians, thus show ing the superiority of
electricity, when administered by one
who haa made its use a special study
since electricity came mlo prominence
as a remedial agent.
The indiscriminate use of electricity
should be guarded against, since, like
any other remedy, it may act adversely,
unless prescribed by one thoroughly
understanding its effect.
Below we give names of we'd known
people in the state, who have been
John Martin, Cove, Or., hydrocele,
cured 10 years ago.
Prof. J. P. Looney, of the Portland
high school, catarrh (or years, success
Richard Parrett, Middlelon, Or., deaf
ness, cured in 10 minutes. His uncle
Win. Parrett. was cured of deafness 10
years ago .
Senator Geo. Chandler's son, Chailes,
Baker City, Or., heart trouble and gen
eral nervous debility, cured and gained
Mrs. P. Hayee' daughter, southwest
corner 20. Ii and Marshall street, Port
land, gjitre (large neck) (or years,
cured with electricity alon.
Ex-Sheriff A. S. Schoeps' daughter,
51'. Third St., Portland, loss of appe
tite, liver complaint and rheumatic
neuralgia for six months, cured.
D. J. Graham's child, Spiingdeld,
Or., painfully atllicted with granulated
conj'inctivilus, complicated with ulcers
of the eyehalis for nine months, cured
J. A. Linds'.ey, news agent on the
N. I. K. R , residence Mt. Tabor,
Oregon; consumption, bronthitis and
catarrh, cured anil gained fifteen
Kincsl Rhodes, Pendleton, kidney
trouble and diahetes, he had to relieve
hi bladder hourly, night anil day, all
his life, cured in seven months by Dr.
W. Hays, 4!)0 Commercial street,
Kast Portland, Or'., inflammation neck
of bladder and sciatic rheumatism;
came on crutclirs to the doctor, cured
and left crutches at the doctor's ollice.
Mrs. F. K. Dewee, liflii Davis St.,
Portland, deafir'S, nervous and general
debility, heart disease, dyspepsia, liver
complaint and female trouble in all
its various complications, permanently
K. D. Ilenrici, Montavilla, Ore., forni
i rly St Helens, Or , lame hack and
kidney trouble 4 years, cured : also his
wife, wai cured of discliaring ear ami
Dr Darrin gives free c Mistil'.ation at
Hotel Josephine, (irat.ts Pass, from 10
to 5 aud 7 to s daily. All curable
chronic, anile and private diseases
conlldcntialiy and successfully treated.
Circulars and ii'iesiion blanks sent free
to any address, and correspondence
solicited. Most cases can receive home
treatment alter one viit to the doctor's
ollice. Itaiteri. s and belts furnished
with lull directions (or their use
Rupture, tumors, variocele, hydrocele
and stricture cured in every case
Diseases ol wouijii an important
specially, such as weakness, displace
ment, ulceration, piinful, irregular and
suppressed mciisti nation, quickly
lieved. The poor treated bee, except
meclli ities, hum 10 to 11 daily. Tiiose
able to pay treated (or half ioriner prices-
for another month,
ti l and bo healed if ill. If your eye
i trouble joh the doctor will test your
i eyes Iree and luruifh glasses it
Ous ol the Drs. Darrin, will heat
j Hoyd's Hotel, K-rbv, Ore , Oct. Ht Is. to
' Oct. ;sth.
Met Mr. Hard.
F. J. Hard, secretary of the Oregon
Mining and Stock Exchange, of Portland,
waa a visitor in Grants Pass last Friday,
arriving from Denver, Colorado, on the
evening train, and going on to Portland
Saturday. Although it was not known
until late Thursday evening that Mr.
Hard would atop off at Grants Pasi, Mr.
J.O. Booth and K. C. Pentland went
over town and spoke to all the mining
men whom they saw, asking them to
meet Mr; Hard in the rarlor of the
First National bank. About 20 of our
representative mining men were there,
including W. II, Dana, of the Copper
Stain; F. ll. Osgood, of the Josephine;
Henry Phillips, of Preston Peak Copper
Cut ; C. W. Thompson, of the Victor Jr. ;
J. R. Harvey, of the A. At B., placers;
P. Il.IUrlh J. O. Booth, M. L. Burns,
M. F. Hull. (1. W. Writ.hr, E. C. Suman,
H. A. Reed, ll. Thomas, J. V. Fry, Win.
Hair, E. C Pentland, H. C. Bobzein,
Arthur C'onklio, A. E. Voorhies and
Mr, Hard explained Hie workings of
the stock exchange and Mr. 11. A Reed,
who has had experience on the San
Francisco exchange expressed himself
very Interestingly about mining as did
also Mr. Phillips and others. It seemed
to be the general opinion that if the
mines of Southern Oregon are to go on
the exchange they must be recommended
by citizens here an I be passed upon by
Mr. Hard expressed himself as very
much pleased with the reception given
him and the evident interest taken in
New and old lumber, or old buildings
useful fur lumber wanted. Address
"11. W.," t are Cot kikr olfice.
A Second-hand pump with piping.
Address "W. U." Commit office.
and Labor by using a I
St. Louis 5
X'rifC, 10.00 t
Sold on Easy Installments.
Take One on a Week's Tiial.
Hair-Riddle Hardware $
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND, !
joosooooooomtl 1 issrxissssssssssissssssn ,
SELL AT COST !
W. F. KREMEK-
Four Doctors Failed.
Dr. Darrin has been so thoroughly
heralded by the pres9 of Southern
Oregon that there are none who
are not aware of his presence or con
vereant with the mauy hearty in
dorsements that come to him from every
section of Oregon. Many of these are
from well-known and prominent persons
persona whose word is unquestioned
by their friends and neighbors, whose
veracity is recognized far beyond the
community in which they live, and
whose endorsement carries with it more
than ordinary conviction ; yet even the
testimony of those of more than local
reputation fails to carry with it quite the
degree of conviction that is borne by
that of the testimonial produced by a
neighbor, relating to facts personally
known to the reader. Mr A. Pool, of
Kagle Point, a well known resident of
Jackson county of many years' standing,
submits over his signature what he
knows ol Dr. Damn's professional ability
in a complicated case in which lour doc
tors had previously failed, and tells of
a neighbor w ho is also able lo bear splen
did evidence of the doctor's curative!
poacrs He writes as follows :
Mr. F.ditor I bold it to be my duty as '
well as a pleasuie to help to make kuown
any means ot relieving t lie sufTericg of i
humanity. Ten years ago I waa taken I
with heart trouble and pains through j
my chest an l body. I had then been
under the care of four d x-tore, and they
give me up as iucurabie. I was u eak
Coleman tiellespie, tile b y inurd-rer
who was convicted of murdering Mrj
timeline iicmel, ol (i ild lleach, and
setting fire to her houe on the night of
I at liuU!
Beach last Friday adcrnoon.
as only 1!') years of agi
parentage but wai h;iiM;!i a
i LUAlS All L Uii
El In tt'e rl t'X .trii.tf'
akin) run altitrn tlirtr I i'niiM ui-itnK u. n I Lr I
acres, the street. All my friends t.teniSer ltl lS's., a, h ,n
neighbori thought my days on earth
were nearly spent. 1 visited Dr. Darrin 1
in Portland ten years ago, and was
cured by him in two months, I have!
never Iveen 111 since and feel ell and
able to work.
My neighbor, Mr. Mathews, o( F.aile
I'oint, visited Dr. Darrin, (lie same year
and was cured of lung trouble, called
consumption, and a large tumor in his
side. Kefer to me at F.aglo Point, Ore
gon, where I reside and have lor 'JO
years. A. i'ooi .
, of giM(1
Heanty Tins lc
Lamp Chimneys. .
Nickle Dated Tea Kettles. .!e
lied Ppreads Ufc
Clothes I'ine, 3d for
Tissue Paper (all colors).
See our 5c Bargain table and bring your pennies to the
New York Racket Store
The Acme of Perfection; Light, Strong and
We furnish any make of tire on six makes of wheels. '
Now is the time to buy a tandem, the 97 model; a $75 wheel forfci'
Your wheel taken in part payment for a new one.
We furnish anything made for the Bicycle.
Coaster Brakes put in any wheel.
Our stock is the largest and assortment the best in Southern Orep:
Up-to-date goods and dowu to-date prices.
T. A. HOOD & CO., . :
THE BICYCLE MEN.
" Not slow as the fifth wheel of a hearse " are the celebrated
Flour 10 l: liuogi
Farmers, do not haul your wheat I'o
to 50 miles to exchange, Soott tiri:!in
will give ui'i as minv pound uf 11 mt
j for a bushel ol wheat as any niillai::
j give you. You mil lind Scott ii,ii'ul ,
I his Hay, Flour, Feed and Seed St,,ri.
I Cor. t'.-.h and I s'nets, (.irauts l'as, lire.
No Capital Necessary to sell our Teas,
Coffees and Spicei.
In every city and toan in the States
of Oregon and Washington outside of
Portland, ladies or young men who have
two or three honre per day to spate will
find telling our Teas, Coffees and Spices
pleasant work and they can make Pig
money lor themselves. Write for full
particulars and Catalogue phke.
UKKAT KASTKKN TF.A COMPANY
3;'(1 Washington St. Portland, Ore.
Largest distributors of Teas, Coffees and
Spices cn the Pacific Coast. 100 stous
in successful operation.
Mr. C. C. l'reslev, formerly of Wood
ville, Or., now express agent at Grants
Pass, was cuied two years ago of deafness
by Dr. larrin white iu tinnts Pass. His
cure was almost miraculous, having
been cured in ten minutes. The cure is
permanent and perfect and goes far to
support Dr. Dsn in's skill.
F. H. Schmidt.
Who Also Keeps
HARDWARE. PAINTS AND OILS
Keapersand all Farm Machinery
I.iht and Heavy Wagons and Buggies
it right by purchasing
your school supplies ai
our store. We have" a
complete stock of School
Books, Tablets, Tens,
Pencil-;, Inks and the
New National Note
Books. To ;ee them is
to purchase. Prices
very low considering the
Sloyer Drug Co.
Front Bt., Opposite Depot.
Twelve Succeii Maxims.
The president ot the London Cham
tier of Commerce g..ce, twelve maxima
for suc-e-s, which he Mva he ha,
jears of business exneri-
Have a definite aim.
lio straight for it.
3. Master all details.
Always know more than you are
expected to know.
o. iieaiem!., tiat ditlicultie
oniy made to ovr-mime
ti. Treat failur. j as
to further effort.
T. Neve, put y,)nr ,.,,, QlU
than ycucan draw it ba. k.
8- At times be bold ; always, prudent.
"e nnr.onty often
majority in the en 1.
10. .Mate good use of ml,.
11. Listen wall;
12. Preserve, by
Power, "a sound
ail means in your
"iud ia a aoui.d
Notices of Quartz Location
And all other blank (onus er.
the Cm-RiKB A new anpply j"" ,m
from the presses.
N. E. McGrew
Pioneer Truck and Dfilifsr)
GRANTS PASS. (jKEO.ON.
Repairing of all kinds.
Ladies garments dyed i'u"
out rippitig the cams.
Works next to Cleyenger's Cia"'-
U. CLAYMAN, PBOP-