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Thursday, November 22, 1900
Our mining and commercial club is
making arrangements to have a mineral
exhibit at (be depot. This is something
that we need and will give the tiavelling
publican oppoitnnitr to realize some
thing of our prospecta in the mineral
field. This county la able to pioduce an
exhibit that cannot be surpassed by any
other section. We have gold pre that
it (imply remarkable in Its richness and
moreover it is not confined to any par
ticular locality, but is found in nearly
every section In Southern Oregon. We
can also produce a fine copper exhibit
from extensive bodies of high grade ore,
ami make a creditable showing In some
other minerals, but of course jold Is our
banner product and in that we can show
almost incomparable samples. In ex
tent and permanence our mineial de
posits make a most credtable showing
wherever developed. In extent of
resource and amount of tributary terri
tory, Grants Pass has an immense ad
vantage by its geographical situation.
It is and must continue to be the center
and distributing point fur a large area
of country, north, west and south, al
most every yj't of which is rich in
There is a movement on foot lo pro
vide at the coming session of legislature,
(or primary reform, se that Dominations
may be made at lha primaries. The
object is to endeavor to do away lo a
great extent, the opportunities for boss
rule and crooked work and cbicaneiy In
the selection of candidates. It is not to
be disputed that the nearer the voter Is
to the nominations and the loss machin
ery that intervenes, the less possibility
there is to defeat his wishes by placing
men in nomination whom be does not
desire. The original sslieine of electing
president wss by convention of
electors, who might vote for whomever
they pleased. The people were presumed
to elect the electors, who should elect the
president. Iu form, and theoretically,
the present plan follows the same line,
bat practically, the people vote to elect
president and do not consider the
electors. The least possible machinery
there is (he better the voters will be
satisfied. Josephine county's represent
tativa, O. W. Colvig writes as follows
concering the proposed measure to the
"I am In favor of a law to give the
voter at primary meetings an opportun
ity lo express his preference for every
Oncer elected, whether state, county or
I am also In favor of some measure
which will give the voter a right to ex
press his choice in the primary for
such an officer. Whether the latter
measure can be so framed as to make
the choice of a political party thus ex
pressed obligatory on the senator or
represontatlve-e lect of such party, or
only as lotter of instruction or prefer
ence, I am not yet settled as to my
opinion. I have collected some data
from other states on the subject, and
intend to examine the statutes of those
states before framing a moasure.
I think there can be no doubt of the
utility and justice of such a law, and
shall at the earliest possible moment
endeavor to present a measure at the
coming session which 1 trust will meet
with support sufllcienl to pass it.
About the only argument which I have
heard urged against such a measure thus
far is that the voter does not in fact at
tend prliuarv meetings In any consider
able numbers, and that the same are
usually conducted by a few designing
persons. I think this matter will regu
late itself in a short time after the peo
ple ascertain tint their presence and
oo-operation mean something lungiblu
and direct, U. W. Coi.viu,
Represeutive from Josephine County."
Bicycle hospital lor all re airing at
ON STAPLES INCLUDING ALL
SHOES, PRINTS, VICUGUA, DRESS AND
WRAPPER FLANNELS AND UMBRELLAS.
Our slock is larger in those- linos than any stoic- in Southern Oivl'oh and wo know wo ran leasi on
iu loth juioo ami quality. s'.- s:'j .j1 t..,v ;. ,.'
A Useful L'rosoni licsitlcs ilio Discouni
ImmmummtmmtsaaM"nwi annas mawmUflrWKVrllxsr-
to i:vi:kv purchaser
DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER.
THE SUGAR PINIi STORE.
rx an; similar Mood trouble, wnte them fully li "J-SJdi-i h SWIFT 8PtCin
4aacaj. Vi's Bks no diarg lx seme, uoua,
Some Ladies1 Jackets
To be closed out at
Less Than Regular Price-
It will surely pay you' to examine these if you wish
RED STAR STORE,
W. DEAN, & CO., Propr.
Front St., oppo. Depot.
I.AAAA.A.A.A.A A A A A
Waldo Precinct Insufficient.
Bryan would have been elected if the
decision had been (eft with the precinct
of Waldo. W. J. Wimer writes us a
follows concerning the election ;
Editor Coihikh: Before election Mr.
lianna claimed 270 or 271 electoral votes
I attempted in my guess to reverse the
figures an him but it seems I did not
succeed much outside of W'ahlo precinct.
Our own party beat us or helped largely
lodolt. Amen. W. J. Wiukh.
The Latest Yarn.
A Fittsburg drummer tells this yarn:
I always -curry a bottle of Kemp's
Ralsam in my grip. I take cold easily
and a few doses of the Balsam always
makes me a well man. Everywhere I
go I speak a good word for Kemp. 1
lake hold of my customers I take old
men and young men, and tell them
confidentially what I do when 1 tuke
cold. At drurgits, 2fic. and 50c.
Our line id larger than ever
popular in price ami more at
tractive. They are new!
They are better than anything
that was ever shown before and
the styles are the very latest.
E. C. DIXON
Shoes - Hats and -
Matte Yuung Aj(alii.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Tills
each night tor two weeks has put mo in
uiy 'teens' again" writes 1). II. Turner
of IVinpseytown, I'a. They're the best
in the world fur I.iver, Stomach mid
llowels. I'll rely vegetable. Never gripe.
Only 25c at Dr. Kroner's Drug More.
l'lotir in liungc.
Fanners, do nut haul your wheat 20
to 60 miles to exchange, Scott lirillin
will give you as many pounds of Hour
for a bushel ol wheat as any mill Aill
give you. You will find S'colt tirilhu at
liis Hay, Klour, Teed and Seed Store.
Cor, (itli and I streets, (irants Pass, Ore.
In the beiths of the Standard Pullmans
(if the Northern I'licitlc's new North
Coast Limited will ho appreciated by
1'aciflc coast and inland empire travelers.
Two lights to each section. Ask our
agents for the North Coast Limited leaf
let, A. D. Charlton, As't tieueral Pas
senger Agent, '.'!.') Morrison St, Cor. Sil,
A BIO G1SNUIN li
Lively Council Muting.
The city council held its regular semi
monthly inietitii laet Thursday eve
ning, rVfry member being president.
The following bills were allowed:
J. K. Kerley, t'J.04; Hcott lirilliii. (3 55;
8. I. D. A L. Co , ,23.70 ; Cramer Bros.,
I5 2S; N. K. Mclirew, (1 80; A. V
One of the events of the evening was
the paining of an ordinance to licciife
nickel in the slot machines and a num
ber of the saloon men were present to
witness the proceedings. When the
matter came up for discussion, Huron
LeinpVe took the floor and delivered an
animated address. While the tenor
of his sentiments were somewhat ill Hi
cult to ascertain, It was observed tliul
he delivered himself of the opinion that
it cut no figure whether a man played
the machine for the cigars or shook the
dice for the beer. He said ttiat the
Children s Suits
The demand is constantly in
creasing for the.
TIIRKK I'IKCK SUITS.
We have them. Our assort
ment in this department is larger
and covers a greater variety of
patterns than you can obtain
elsewhere. It will pay you to
look them over.
Furnishing - Goods
Notable among the pleasures all'ordcd
by the Shasta route is the winter trip
to Southern California and Arizona.
Renewed acqnintances with tills section
will ever develop fresh points of in
teret and added sources of cnjuiocnt,
under its sunny skies, in the variety of
its Industries, in its prolitlc vegetation
and among its niiinlit'ili'ss resorts ol
mountain, shore, valley and plain. The
two daily Sha-ta trains from Portland to
California have been recently equipped
with the most approved pattern of
slamlardnnd tourist sleeping cars, but
the low rales of fare will still continue
in c 11'cct.
Illustrated guides to the winter h'surts
of California and Aiixona ni-y be bad
('. II. M Ml k 1 1 M , t i P. A.
Porll in. I, Oregon.
The lit al ninth -d of cleaiiHiiiK the
liver is the utcoi the famoti little pills
known as DeWitl'a Little Lark Li.iers.
Kasy to take. Never gripe. W. I-'.
UU.. yyW II.
saloon men wire b?iug pnt down too
much and that it would soon be im
possible to make a living iu iIm town.
The ordinance was presented and
was pa-rcil by unanimous vote. It
taxes the money machines t3 and those
who pay in luercbandiee, $1 per,
Au ordinance to regulate the construc
tion of granite sidewalks presented.
It provides that they shall be of a uni
form width of eight feet unless other
wise specially ordered and shall conform
to the grade of the streets. Passed.
Au oidiuance was passed amending
the stock ordinance. It provides that
the police officers shall and private
persons may impound stock running
loose within the city limits.
An ordinance amending the dog law
was passed. It provides that the city
treasurer shall furnish tags to licensed
dogs, by which they may be dis
tinguished. Dogs not tagged aro sub
jected lo imprisonment or death.
A letter had been received from the
Weateru Clay Co, of Portland, quoting
low rates on second grade sewer pipe,
lo be ued iu street crossings. The
recorder was instructed to ascertain the
cost of shipping a car load, and also the
am unit of pipe that could be put into a
v. o. vrooti oi mo I -a I ace hotel was
oresent and addressed the council,
Mr. Wood said he had come for inifoi-
matinn ill regard to living here. He
s-tid that the city had just put in
sewer ut great expense and that he
had supposed it was to use. lie had
been notified not to wush the cuspidores
in the gutter and that ho would he
forr.sttd if he did. Ho would like to
know where he was goinj to wash ihoin
and if he would bo oljlieil to hire a
t-sm an. I cart Iheui nuHnlc tt ecity limits
every morning. I in supposed if he
waih.-d them in the rixer, thai the
water company would have him ar
rested tor soiling the water. The guests
would cbow tobacco and the cuspidores
hud to be cleaned. What he wanted lo
know was where lie might be permitted
to clean them. Ho wished he knew
who had entered the complaint against
him. .Mr. Wood lacked little of being
warlike. 1,'inpke followed Wocdwith
a very fluent, but same hat indeclpliei
able appeal to the major ami the
Iliicil, and learcil that the movement
was that men should " spit no more in
saloons." lint remarks pruducingamute
moot among thx visituis present, he
remarked that his fellow saloon men
were afraid to talk to thu mayor and
the council as he was doing. His re
marks were listened to by the council
in grim silence and he was studiously
Mr. Wood mude a few additional re
marks ami Haul it was wrong to Impose
on hi in such burdships as I bene. He
had lost every dollar In the Are, hut
had remained here and put up the new
ho.el, which was a credit to (lie town.
Lcmpke arose again with eltislic per
severance, out sat down at; mi at a tip
from one of bis fellow complainants who
probably felt that the cause should not
be further jeopvrdisod.
Street Comniifsiuuer Patrick, being
called on for an opinion, said Ihut
cleaning out the gutters in question
was a disagreeable jib and that he
found them in a very filthy condition
Not many days bulnre, ho had taken
hatful of cigar stump and chew of
tobacco from tbo gutter at Sir, Wood's
This was emphatically denied bv
Wood, who said he alwavs kept the
gutter clfiiu and pure. Patrick and
Wood begun an animated conversation
on the side.
Leuqiko had another speech all ready.
but was unable to get himself recog
nized by the chair. Matter began lo
get somewhat exciting, when Council
man Keisch camo to the rescue with tho
suggestion that the matter ho left lo the
health commuted to report at (he next
meeting. This was acted on and the
strained situnimi Immediately relieved
The matter of amending the charter
was presented and was placed ill the
hands of the judiciary conimiltio and
the city attorney.
The mayor again placed T. P. .Iiidsnn
In nomination as recorder. The vo.e
was taken by ballot an 1 atoad t to 4.
There being no election, Mr. Ju Isoii
was continued as temporary recorder
Itattietl unit llarliereil
Are luxuries that all can enjoy on the
Observation Car ol the new North Coast
Limited, in operation on and after May
:i. on the Northern Pacific. This Obser
vation Car will be a dandy, liet a
North lVat Limited leaflet. A. I)
Chui li.in, Ass't llen'l 1 a-s. Ag't, J.V
Morrison St., Cor.od, Poitland, (lie.
Passe runout lUiullng.
(ininiucd Parse Partout Wading in
assorted colors, alto P.ise Partout out
fits at the Coi KiKit otlice.
ALE . .
1 1 iDtnina i Notes, j
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('apt. Win. A. Parker, a mining en
gineer of note has been visiting the
Preston Peak district lately
N It. Parsons, familiarly known as
'"Doc," a miner from upper Jump Oil--Joe,
visited Grants Pass this week.
Alex Watts, one of the prominent
hydraulic mine operators of the Williams '
district visited Grants Pass Thursday.
W. G. Wright has his new quartz mill
completed and will be ready to begin
the extraction of auriferous inolal in .'i I
The old "Johnson claim" on Democrat
gulch and two claims on Althouse werfi
sold laU week by Cbas. Trefathen to
Thomas Kourko and W. F. Crosby of
B.K.Meredith left Tuesday for his
mine on the Illinois after a visit to
Grants Pays. . He has his bridge and
pipe line across the Illinois now com
pleted and will soon start to piping.
Edward Krel returned last week aftei
a years absence in Minnesota. I In is
one of the owners of the Fay, T lylor and
Kyel placers on Powells creek, which
property will be immediately ttinipped
Frank Colvig and Charley M jore arc
working on a very promising prospect
in the Evans creek district. They have
a six inch seam of quarts ami decom
posed vein matter which carries gold at
the rate of five to ten cents to the pan.
They ata following the vein and have a
good chance of striking a big thing.
A CRYSTAL CAVE.
Black Bills Curiosity for the
, Paris Exposition.
The Mammoth Cave la Elk Creak
Cany-on to Be neprodaeed In
Miniature for the
The P.lnck hills will have a curloblty
ut the Paris exposition iu the shape of
b inininture of the Mammoth Crystal
cave, which is tiluaH-d in Elk creek
canyon, about l!d miles southeast of this
city. J. (i. Keiiii, 'true of the owners of
the cave, left Dtndwood liiKt night for
Pul ls to aiyn a contract with the expo
sition management for space, lie bns
been tfivt-n u room under the Eiffel
tower SUxTJ feet, with a hijjh ceiling,
lie will take oter five carloads of nia
tciinl for the construction of the cave,
mostly lime water crystals and colored
tpiartz rock, which will line the inside
walls of the cavern. The Mammoth
Crystal cave made a great hit at the
world's fair exposition, later at Atlanta
mid recently ut Antwerp.
The Mammoth Crystal cave was first
discovered by tbo Mcllride brothers
about 12 years ago, while prospecting
f ir a gold mine in an old tunnel iu Elk
Creekcanyon, which had been excavated
years before by an old prospector
humid Jueobs. One of the brothers
noticed u strong current of air blow
ing out through a hole in the side of the
tunnel, and further investigation
opened up a large chamber several feet
square.. Since the first discovery the
owners of the cave have been constant
ly opening up new chambers and mak
ing passag. ways connecting them, un
til it is possible now to walk miles un
derground and not less than 2U0 cham
ber have been opened up.
Put Man's Misery is the first cham
ber to be trivcii u name. It is a very low,
tortuous pus'iigenay that bads into a
series of rooms beyond. Mold chamber
is a weird place, on account of the great
quantities of thick, w hile mold, of deli
cate texture, very prolific in growth.
The next rum is called the Menagerie,
so culled by reason of the different
images of animals in stone, the most
realistic bi-ing the arctic seals. Pover
ty Flat is a room about 00x2 50 feet, w ith
a low ceiling. The room derives its
name from the fact that the wulla are
destitute of crystals, being very smooth
and water-worn. Notre Dame is the
first chamber to show the fine box work
of the cave. It is a delicate webwork,
l.rowui-Oi in color, a little coarser, per
haps, than the boxwork of the famous
Wind cave. The room is alsiut fiDxlSO,
with a ceiling ;10 feet high. A distin
guished visitor from Chicago had the
honor of naming u large chamber uftcr
Calkin's Oalhry, of Chicago. With a
little Imagination n person can tee a
great many beautiful pictures on the
walls ajid ceiling of the room. Whale
room contains some more of the menag
erie. There is n perfect image of a
whale which Is M feet in length, with
eyes, mouth, tins and everything in per
fect order. Perched above the whale is
the American eagle, life sue, with
A descent of about 03 feet down Kip
Van Winkle's stairway takes the visitor
to the second level In the cave known
commonly as the water level, lied
l ints is passed through, the chamber
U-ing notid for its beautiful rid crs-
tals. In this chamber is the drip stone,
u mammoth water crystal four feet
high ami two feet at the base, which has
been formed by the dripping of the
water from the ceiling to the Hour be
low. The Abode of the Fairies is the pride
of the cave. Here are found the
Needles, Chimes, Cleopatra's Needle,
the Uridal Veil ami n number of other
natural c.irio:itics. One can i.-isily
imagine the old nursery storiis to lc
true about the fairies' cave with rul'u
and diamonds fJL'rt- Slab room is n
curious place, .til of the crystals have
taihn from the ceiling to the tloor.
leaving it bare and smooth. A new
cluunUr l as Ken opened lei-eiiil.v
which has been called Klondike room.
It is reached by a tortuous passage
called Ohilkoot 1'nss. w hich is It'si fe t
long. Cntil recently the tloor of the
chamber has t een covered with water,
hut it has now all st epeel aw ay, leaving
the tloor covered with soft wate-r crys
tals called pe- cv,in crystals, which
makes the re-om the most beautiful in
the cave. The cnstals can tie crushed
in the hand, and it will lie an interest
ing experiment to watch the slow haid
ci.ing, which may tuke years or i nly
Other places of Interest to be visited
are the world's fair grounds, Kibbon
room, Catln drill. Diamond Field, a. id
othirs. Ni'W chambers are tn-ing t'.is
covi ri d al-.d co;:m c!rd by pas.'-agewat s.
and it would S' :n th:it oi.lv a small nart
of the wonderful cae has been dis- I
com rvil. St. I.ouis lilole-leiiucrat.
A I'rw ruttuera.
The recent itatlstics of the nua.ber i f
deaths show that the lark-e mtjoritydie
with consumption. This disease may
commence with sn apparently harmless
couch, which can be cured instantly by
Kemp's I'-a'sam for the Throat ar.d
Lungs, which is iruaranteed to cure an. 1
relieve all ces. Price ISc. an J 50c.
For sale by all druisU.
Cigarette Ficndt Not Viaattd.
Do j on niui.e ci.'iie'tes? If jou do,
you can't Kt a lesprnxpilo position in
any Lhj txilruad compaiy ea?t of the
The teitiraph cr-inpanies won't em
ploy you. The atrtel-tailroad people
have no tHe for yon.
Aud you ni'iiht us well give up trying
to eel anything to do in any of the big
Pipei, i-ht, cbMW'ing tobacco no-bod-,
sajs a w rd aaiust ihisc but the
ci.iietie must uo.
The in JJel.a.us and the luil.oad men.
and all the big eu.plojeis have raid it.
The lliH-k lsiand railroad recently sent
au investigator ail through its shops, its
oiri.es, and its railway statiuua, and
ei'.-rv man who snwked cigarettes re
Cei .ed iiot.ee to q'lil.
1 lie liuriii.g.oii, the S Yolk C'eu-
Uiil, Chicago and N : thwrsieni aud the
Peiiiisvlvanta ra. holds a:l is-ucl prin ed
slips d r would be tiupito i. lo ti.l out.
Iu them b;aiiks istlie question, " Do uu
li the. nun who i filling out the blank
arile ''yea" after that question, he will
never get ill" place hu is asliirg for
Marsh 1 Field, the bi dry goods mall
of Chiiag , dieclrgcd tveiy man in his
ph.ee who smokid a paper pipe ov r two
i.'ace)'s. So gel A Cooper, !,rd & Tay
I -r, il -Creaiy. Wauaiiiaser's all these
big" stores ol ."e Vora, have instructed
Ihtir nip.iiiiilciideiiH to employ no
Yon can't suli goods or figure, profits,
or even ,,oon ll.o io.nl for any ;f the
lurire e isteru wholei-aie or reinil fi'in',
if yon smo ;o cigarites.
You cnii'i ti' t into a bank oi any
sianot.-ig i.i any of the. larjie, eastern
w hole.-ale ol letail litim, if ; on smoke
tti.y? II. i auto the nun who manage
laige h-.-ineia Hll'iirs have ili.-rovi red
that a man who smokes c-irctli-s is
oly half a ma i.
'1 ho nicotine in tho cigarette dulls and
c'uiids hi' mind so Out his faculties am
nevi r nunc ll.au h i!f a -ike.
A cigareitt fiftid is a irresp ci-ioi.) as
an opiiMi lieud, and much moid dan
Tie opium fiend is a compel wreck.
No one ixprcis anything t-f him. "He
d'cnms his way into death, lur the uwet
part uiiiii.i'esiing and uum-jlesled.
Hut tho cvar-tle fiend take? his place
in the soeieiv of othurmpn. He is gi.en
responsibilities which he cannot hear,
and Iruslf which he can ol keep.
It has hi c:i proven beyund a eli.dow
of a doubt that the cigarette habit not
only allects the bidy and tho mind of
its victim, but that it undermines slow
ly and insidiously, bul nonu the less
smely, the moral stamina. A cigarette
fiend does not tell the truth.
His mind is so dazed with thu subtle
poison w hich lias crept into his system
that he cannot tell the difference be
tween the truth an I a lie.
Facts aie no longer fac'.s to him, but
only possibilii ies. Such a man cannot
be lrn;lod in any business which de
mands accuracy. '
The cigarette habit stupefies and dulls
the pen e lions. No cigarette fiend can
be trusted in a telegraph ollico or in a
semaphore lower, or in any placu where
a iu til needs quick perception and dcci
It i-i ban! for ll.e eiganlte fiend to
make tip bis mind quickly, fie wavers
and doubt:). The re tore, u-i man who
smok'ts ciart-'tes can get employment
as a gripm.vi for any of the big railroad
Human hie is too precious lo be in
tniB ed to a man whoso brain is dnz'd
The cigur'e'to bent is a well know n
Any doctor of any practice at all
knows its sympb ins at first glanc?,
IVhen n jolly, good-natured, healthy,
whooping h;-y begins to grow pale, and
listles", and, stupid, watch him he's
The first pr.icl.age or two won't hurt
hint particularly, but if he once gets the
habit fat'tem-J on him it w.ll take ears
ofh.nd woik f-r him to light liimsell
back iul-i n jrni.il pssi's-iou o( his facul
ties. No boy who smokes cigarettes can get
into West Point or Annapolis.
It lakts a man to ho a soldier. No
duli-cyed, half aw ate i i -..rirll--smokcis
need apply. Exchange.
Will do much to develop a muscular
body. Hut the strength ol the Uxlv is
not to be mt tisiirc-d by its muscle, but by
its blood. If the 1.1 iMsl i iitiTtiirn Ilia
body, in spite ol its bulk and brawn,' falls
au easy prey to elis-
There is no medi
cine equal to Doctor
Pierce s Golden Mcd
ical Discovery for
the puritying of the
okkhi. u carries oil
the poisons which
contaminate the lite
fluid. It increases
the activity of the
and gives the body
au increased supply
of pure, bodv-l-uiM-ing
l.hx-.d. It buil-ls
up the Issly with
sound, heal ih v flesh
instead of fiat.'by fat,
promotes the appe
tite, feeds the nerves,
and so jivr-i to weak,
nervous people vital
ity and v.gor.
There is no alcohol
contained iu "Golden
and it is aVwdutrly free from opium,
cocaine au.'r all other narcotics.
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C-.Utsn Mcliv.U DiHwrn ,ich I Kie'n lo
tnto. From the first Ntttls i -fy,n tn t(T
better, an.l aheu I had tnWrn nsht t-tt!e, the
oi was heale-a up. I wi-.li you ueces.-
Tr. Kerce'a Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers., is suit fret on
receipt of i one-cent alarm to pay
expense of m.tilitig oh'v. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
TabV-tsofnU I'ux.U at the Co
.h .rup. T."i t
and Labor by using a
lVice, 110.00 .
Sold on Easy Installments.
Take One on a Week's Tiial.
004 mtWWWssWWIIII't KMCMHWWWataji
. Keep The Hud Off
with a set of our steel mud guards. Don't forget we re
pair sewing machines, baby cabs, umbrellas, locks, make
keys, grind scissors and knives.
T. A. HOOD & Co.
East of Depot.
POST YOUK LETTERS
To Santa Clans. We have a letter box and a
big stock of Xmas goods.
We are having big sales on our
DECORATED CHINA WARE.
Be sure you sec it.
A few dozen of our bargain Capes, Skirts and'Girls'
Jackets left. Every kind of Tin and
Granite Ware, just above manufac
turers' prices at SMITH'S.
HE .A. 13, IR, O "W S I
We have the famous
M Y IS AC 1J !S ic i i,o w s
And all farm machinery, Wagons and all
ma n tier of wheeled vehicles.
Hardware, Paints and Oils.
AT Till- CORNER OF
4th it Front
j Is now opened and stocked
wun i-reMi 1'ies, Cakes, Cook-
ies and Bread. Don't forget
I the place, opposite Chiles'
j Grocery l?tore.
I Mrs. G. W. Pettit
i DRESSMAKING, i
I am now prepaied to do a'.l
kinds of Dressmaking, and
will guarantee entire satisfac
tion. : Tailor Suits a Specialty.
In connection with Dress
: making I have decided to teach
. a class in Cutting, Fitting and
, Dri-ssmakiiig u, general. Anv
; one desiring to learu the trade
is invited to call and see me.
m:s. ) p. SHARMAX,
i Over R. O. McCro.skey's store.
Koh-i-noor p?ncila at the Cot a.ca
-Riddle Hardware Co,
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
In new and second hand liicj'clcn. If you
want a wheel cheap, now is the time to
buy; if you want to sell your wheel, let us
know about it.
in tires; do not puncture and do not have
to be pumped up. OUR SPRING SEAT
POSTS add greatly to the pleasure of bi
cycle riding, relieve all jolting and are
easy on the wheel and ridr.
it right by purchasing
our school supplies at
our store. We have a
complete stock ofScliool
Hooks, Tablets, Pens,
Pencils, Inks and the
New National Note
Hooks. To ree them is
to purchase. Prices
very low considering the
Sloyer Drag Co.
Kr-mi 8i Opposite Di-pnl.
G. 0. FISHER
...Pipe work of all kinds...
"i Is furnilil fir all work.
I.eav irlirs wiih
Cramer Hrus. Itanlwarr
llau-Riddle Hard are
tW line Of mril.n.. i.hLl. V l.i ,WC
. a - "'
at Uii iiiiaoffiee.