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GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1901.
. HEAVY U1HWEHSI .
San Je and Mackinaw.
Reduced prices to close out linel LADIES and CHILD-
BENS SIIOKS jtjtjj''''''
WELCHS' CLOTING STORE
NEXT TO P. O. GRANTS PASS
J-R. CLIVE MAJOR
General Practitioner of
Mhiiicink and Siruery.
Office in Williams Clock
JJ- P. DODGE,
Life, Fire and Accident Insurauce.
U RANTS fAHa. - OkKOON.
Pi act ices in all Slate and Federal Courts
Office over Firtt National Hank.
Ghauts Pass, Orbiion.
JJJ C. PERKINS,
I he Riverside Nursery you will find
Iraiees, berry plants and shade trees:
alsYonterey cypress for hedge.
Special attention given to Mining
and Laud Laws, and Land 'llice practice
QEORGE H. BINNS,
Office opposite Hotel Josephine,
liRAKTS Pass, - - Oitnun
T ... 1 .1., -11 i?
I Uill 1IUW Jlll'illfU IU U'J (111
nds of Dressmaking, and
'ill guarantee entire satisfac-
'ailor Suits a Specialty. I
In connection with Dress- t
naking I have decided to teach
class in Cutting, Fitting nnd f'
I lrncctrin i ft rr i it iraiiii.nl A.... 7?
me desiring to learn the trade p
s invited to call and see tne. k
MItS. W. P. SHARMAN, f
Ovtr R. O..McCruskey's store, f
Hon. W. M. Colvig of Jacksonville
was In town Friday.
Mies Lucy George of Kerby spent
Friday in Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Ttarson of Saginaw
pent Friday in Grants Pass.
Air. and Mrs. Clias. Trefathan of
Althouse risked Grants Pass last week
The effects of Wm. Parriott, killed
recently while working at the Rogue
river bridge, and those of J. S. Kelley.
who died in a barn on the Severson
place near town, were sold at auction
on Saturday by order of the county
Now is the time when croup and lung
troubles prove rapidly fatal. The only
harmless remedy that produces immedi
ate results is One Minute Cough Cure.
It is very pleasant to take and can be
relied.'npon to quickly cure coughs, colds
and all lung diseases. It will prevent
consumption. Dr. W. F. Kremer.
J be state teacher's institute held at
Albany last week was very successful
about 400 teachers from different parts
of the state being present. The various
subjects were handled in a masterly
manner and many who attended are of
the opinion that it is the best institute
ever held in the stale. Next year it will
bo held at Eugene.
mm oom anu Arthur AKred re
turned Saturday morning from their
little jaunt to the Antinodes. Sam
Bennett haj already relumed home to
(Cottai(e Grove. The 'boys left here on
the 5th of September for Portland and
theie embarked for Manila on a trans
port. Returning, they woie landed in
San Francisco, about two weeks sgo.
Tiio short ficlion in" the "New"
Lippincott is alwajs well chosen and
up-to-date in subject. For instance.
The Day of the President's Message."
bv Edwin 'L. Sabin. in the January
r.ninbcr, is an incident that might be
read in any local column, and yet it is
of the very essence of irond fii-tinn
which demands tender as well as
Alter Culloden," by Mr. IVilliam
McLeod Raine, is a tale of Scotch
adventure in an historic setting. 'The
Rocks of Moraga," by Mr. Mortimer O.
Wilcox, tells of patriotism in the Philip
pines. "The Revengn of the Four," by
Mr. Josiah Flynt and Mr. Francis
Walton, is a whimsically to'd narrative
events in that underworld whose
HANI FACTl RLU OF
Willis Kramerp!al StockJ
Kecerc deposits suhiect to check or on
eeriiiUrc payable on demand.
Sells light drafts on New York, San Fran
cisco, i:ld Puf.lnnd.
Telegraphic, transfers sold on all points in
the L ilted Slate.
Spoi'iii Attention given to Collections and
general tii-jini of our customers.
CI!ertinni made tltmiiLriiitiit KiuitliArn
Oregon, nd on all accessible points.
J. D. FRY, President.
. J. T.TUKKH.Vice President.
R. A. Booth, Cashier.
mysterious ways Mr. Flynt knows so
well. These etories a,)car in McCluree
magazine (or January.
(From Our Regular Correspondent).
Washington, Dec 24, l'JOO.
Nothing could be more complimentary
to the United States supreme court or
better demonstrate the absolute faith of
the people in the strength of our form of
government, than the current talk about
the decision of the supreme court, in the
cases involving the constitutional statue
of Porto Rico and the Philippines, one
of which was argued lust before the
court took holiday recess, and will be
decided in the near future. While
opinion is mnch divided as to what the
decision will be, it is unaniuions that it
will settle the much argued question.
In other words, that no matter whether
this decision shall uphold the construc
tion put upon the constitution hy the ad
ministration In its dealings with our
new possessions, or shall upset it and
make an entire reversal of policy neces
sary, it will be accepted as final by
evorybody. There have been decisions
of the supreme court that were unpopu
lar, but there has never been one that
was not accepted. This reflects as much
credit upon the good sense and patriotism
of the people, as upon the wisdom and
integrity of the men who have been
honored by membership of that court,
which has been called "The Greatest
Legal Tiibunal on earth." The second
case involving the same general question
has been get for argument on January
7th, after which the court will, it is ex
pected, consider the cases and prepare
Southern Oregon Importing Butter.
It fa humiliating, or should be so, to
public spirited Oregonians to read that
butter brought from Minnesota ia sold
in large quantities: In Southern Oregon.
If the dairymen ot Minnesota, where
winter reigns about five mouths of the
year, can produce butter to export
profitably such a long distance, why Is
it that the farmers of Southern Oregon,
where winter is almost unknown, and
with pure water, Cue grasses, extensive
ranges, and everything, it would seem,
requisite, do not produce enough butter
for the towns and mining camps of that
part of the state? True, not all that
region is adapted to dairying, but large
spots of it certainly are, and enough of
them for dairies sufficient to supply
butter tor home consumption, at least.
Of course, in one sense, this is nobody's
business; nobody ia obliged to engage
in dairying and so save the state, or bis
part of it, from the humiliation of I in
porting butter; yet it is almost astonish
ing that at this late day such a condi
tion should exfst. From present indi
cations, it will not be long till imported
butter will lie a thing of the past, and
this product will be exported in large
quantities instead of imported. The
dairy industry is being enlarged and In
tensified in portions; of the Willamette
valley, and afier awhile it will spread
over and invade the valleys of Southern
Extra Iamily FI
And Everything that goes with
For sale by Chiles,
Wade, Pike and
Call for it; same price as other I'll-
MARBLE ANGRANITE WORKS-
I am prepared to furnish an
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of expe
that I ran till your orders in tli
Can furnish work in Scoti
From Stronr Next to Jrc
ig in the lino of Cemetery work in any kind
in the Marble business
y best manner.
edo or American (iranito nr
warrants lny saying
any kind o
j N. E. Mr.CiRENl
Furniture it:d Piano
J. Ii. PADDOCK,
AT THE CORNER OF
4th & Front
Is now opened and stocked
with Fresh Pits, Cakes, Cook
ies and Bread. Don't forget
the place, opposite Chiles'
Mrs. G. W. Pettit
Wat Chong Laundry.
50c per dozen
For large pieces.
ioc a piece, ,
Small pieces thrown in.
' F STREET, between 4T11
A comparatively small number
Benators and representatives remain in
Washington for their holiday, and the
capitol is almost deserted today, excep
by the sight seers and a few of the
regular employes. Nono of the House
or senate committees are Bitting during
the recess, which is something unusual
benator Chandler has met the charge
that be had lost the support ol his party
associates by his attitude on the silver
question, by securing letters of endorse
ment and praise from twenty four re
publican senators. These letters have
been printed for circulation in New
The senate committee on agriculture.
which has been giving hearings on the
oleomargarine bill, ', will not sit during
the recess, but will resume the bearings
January 3, the day thai congress re
assembles. The fight over this bill
promises to be quite ts vigorous as
was in the House, but if a vote is leached
it will probably pass
Chairman Burton, of the house river
and harbor committee, has made public
the river and harbor bill, just completed
by that committee, and which will be
reported to the bouse as S0011 ac con
greau reassemDies, rne Dill carries in
round figures (GU.OOO.OOO of which about
$23,000,000 la in direct appropriations and
about $.17,000,000 for the payment of con
tracts for coutitiuouB work authorized by
previous bills. Largs as the amount
carried by the bill is, there is much die
satisfaction among members because
projected improvements in their dia-
tricts are not provided for, and it is
among the possibilities that the bill may
be amended in the ilotito. Tho largest
amount ever carried by a river and har
bor bill was in the bill of 1807, which
provided for the expenditure, of $7:
Goesip is busy with the doings of the
Panama canal lobbyists and the names
of BHverel United States senators are
mixed up in the stories told. Accord
ing to one of the stories, tuoe than one
tive Grant3 Pass Business Firms.
GROCERIES, I-T.d FEED
With Kverr $J0 Ca-i'liate uf
Groceries You Af.en a
f lamlsnnie, Life 4 iv.jn
or Water Color lait
'I'iidnk No. S,i
The popular barber f
Get your tonsorial
On Sixth Street
Hath room in
J. M. CHILES
T A RLE WARE
Fine Rutler a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
1 done at 1
INSURE IN TH?
OF HAltD, CONN.
A. E. V.
G. 1). C
Watch an lClo k rL
All aork giitratite.f
White House Grocery
Staple and Fancy Chockkies
TIIK IlEt-T OK KVKKVTIIINO
AT ALL TIJtKS ..
SWEETLAM) & CO.
FRESH and SALT
G. 0. FISHER
j .Metal Roofing
"""I Gas Fitting
...Pipe work of all kinds...
FLOUR and FEED
Pixrn St., oi r. Cur Hall .
llids furnished for all work.
I.cvp orders with
rniner llros. Kurtware
Every Day and Night
II. II. IJARTOX,
Full a-wnrlniint of Watches, Clw-ks, Hil
verir aiuljewelry. A tiJ
ArtnM-tit of Lrm-t-lcL and
Clement' Orug Store.
FLOUR AND FEED.
' V'-VW V V sr.VV 'V
senator is being lavishly entertained on ;
cotly Christmas pleasure trip, with
1 anauia canal money. Of course, this
might be true and yot the senator in
volved might not be guilty of anything
worse than bad judgment. For instance,
a man whoso egotism is great enough,
and enotiem is a marked characteristic
ofmoBtuien, might easily he flattered
into accepting an invitation to go on a
pleasure trip with some man whom he
believed to lie his personal admirer ami
friend, without devoting any thought ti,
where the money was coming from to
pay the bills, or whether the man ex
pected any legislative favor in return for
such exneiiHve suchil courtesies, and
vet li? a tiMtn of lii,net ititpiitiuni. To
ao pi mii h imiiniiijiiH, however, is a
pretty strong indication lhat the 111,111 i
not properly eiiiippid for a aucreeMfiil ,
conicsiooual career. Tim hert and
niovt servicenhlo ft lends .the IniihyUii, I
have in i-ongre.ss, are tho-e h are
never si en in their eo np iny and ho
cieilrl not be induce I to make a 'lip in
the company 01 am one knoan to he
conneettd with uny sort of a In!. living
The super" ileum Hre again liniling
omens around the While lloiipe. J.it
b lore tho prer-i l.-nt's mother did,
fevt-ral years aiii, a shadow was ree-i hy
them every morning when the sun shone
on tho portico of the White Ilousa, which
they declared repren ntel the bent form
if an old woman. After Mrs. McKin
ley's death, it was seen 1 o 11. ore. Late
ly, every fair day, about elevi 11 o'clock
in the morning, the samu pe'i-ons have
seen and pointed ont a shadow on one
of the big pillars at tho east of the
ortico, in the, (01 m of a forearm and
hand, with the forefinger held up ith
an air ol protest or warning, and they
are predicting .tint this .is; ail advance
notice of tome sort of calamity.
About the only thing accomplished by
Secretary Hay when he made public the
agreement signed by the foreign rnin
isters in Peking, was to confirm what
lim newspaper men bad published a
long ways ahead of the secretary.
Washington'! Original Boundaries.
The original boundaries ot the "Terri
tory of Columbia," as defined in the
official proclamation, included ten
mile square, starting at Jones' Point,
tho upper cape of Hunting creek, in
Virginia, the two lines beginning at an
anglo of forty-five degrees, and after
running far asunder uniting in a termi
nal point at the Potomac aud the
The choice made by the president and
his advisers having been abundantly
justified by the experience of a hundred
years, me story 01 now tins choice was
finally accepted by congress may be of
some interest today. Various reasons
have been given to explain why Pliila-
delpeia was not tuado the capital, among
these the frequent and violent epidemics
of yellow-lover in the Quaker Citv
In point of the fact, the most severe and
prolonged outbreaks of fever occurred
when congress was in session in Phlla
delphia, after the whole question of the
residence had been finally settled, and
the bill in favor of the banks of the
Potomac passed. Ann Hollinohwohth
WuARroN, iu January "New" Lippin
Oltl I'enple Made Young.
J. C. Sherman, the veteran editor of
tiio Vermontvillo (Mich.) Echo, has
discovered the remarkable secret of
keeping old people young. "For years
he baa avoided Nervousness, tileeplesa-
ness, Indigestion, Heart trouble, Con
stipation and Itheuinatisiii, by using
Electric flitters, and bo writos: "It
can't be praised too highly. It gently
stimulates the kidneys, tones the
stomach, aids digestion, and gives 1
jtplctidid appetite. It has worked won
uers lor my who and me. It s a mar
vellous remedy for old people's com
plaints." Only 60c at Dr. Kremer's
Oregon Horses for Army,
llepresenlativo Tonguo, recently di
rected a letter of inquiry to the secretary
of war, asking fur information as to the
quantity and price, of grains and fodder
purchased in these states. In reply to
his inquiry, he has received the follow
ing letter from the secretary of war.
Since July, 18U!), up to the present
lime, there havo been purchaseiKby the
lnel quartermaster, department of the
Columbia, Vanciiuvea Barracks, Wash,,
on behalf of the government, 4809 horses
at an average cost of 30. All these
horses were purchased under the direc
tion ol the chief quartermaster, Van
couver Ilarracks. Tho number delivered
at Portland and Seattle, respectively, ia
not known at this oll'n-e. About half
the total number purchased were shipped
from Senttlo, havinir been forwarded
0111 Portland or purchasing points lor
tli it plirieee.
THE RUSKIN COLLEGE.
Started r Walter Yroo-
la later.! ol Labor MakJaa
Walter Vrooman. founder of Ruatli.
Hall, the labor college at Oxford, Eng-
ouu, 11 as returned 10 new York from
Trenton, Mo., where he haa secured
eomplete control of the old Avalon
college and has changed ita name to
Rtmkin college. The new college starta
wita a outiiiing worth 40,0OO, entirely
" " ueot, t.ouu aores or land ad
Jtnning, nnd 30,0C0 In cash, $20,000 of
wnich was contributed by the trade
uniouiataof Eng-land and 110,000 (riven
by friends of the movement here. Prof.
ueorgc 11. Miller. late president of Av
alon college, has been retained as pres-
uieiii ui iiusKin roiirge. l'rof. Thom
as vttii, late prtudent of the Kansas
state agricultural college, has been ap
pointed general secretary f the la
bor college movement.
The collepe of social science, organ-
iiou ai tne nuua:o conference of so
cial reformers last year, haa ahto con.
solidated with Mr. Vrooman'e move
ment and turned over Ita headquarters
ii metnnjr omitiing In Chicago, from
which the western extension work will
ai Kiiskin college a four yenra'
courae will cost only $100, but the stu-
aent win have to work, under skilled
direction, being considered one of the
most valuable feature of the train
Mr. Vrooman ia now at work raising
a nieril runu or 1100,000, which will
be used to provide scholarships. Trem
ton. Mo., has promised to raise $5,000
and Kansas Sitj and 8t. Louie $5,000
in isew "iork It la txnected a real
deuce oollege will be established soon
at which young men can live for three
dollars a week and pursue their
studies while going on with their reg
MILES BELIEVES IN AUTOS.
Armr Oamraaader U.eorameadaTfcelr
ranker t'.e (or the
The tne of the automobile for mili
tary purposes haa proved so n Us fac
tory that Lieut, (ien. Ml lea, command
Ing the United States army, will re
new his recommendntlons for a more
general introduction. The three au
tomobiles now at Fort Myer, Va., are
not recommended, however, on ac
count of lack of facilities for recharg
ing them with electricity.
fien. Miles and other officer inter
ested in muking the automobile use
ful for the army have been making
niTcsugauons ol other powers than
clcctrioity with a view of obtaining
a practical method of ninklng the ma
chine available for military purposes.
lien. Miles says thnt automobiles may
be adopted for use as couriers, carry
ing dispatches, movement of staff offi
cers from one command to another,
for small reconnoiteriiig parties, for
Investigating the typography of the
country In which the nriny proposes
to operate, for small flctaclimcnts en
gaged in constructing hringea or es
tahlishlng depots, for rapidly sunnly-
ing ammunition and for the movement
and enre of th wounded. In fact, In
cuses where sinnll rii tiieliments oper-
erata tlie general thinks that auto-
mobilea will be found useful.
Gen. Miles believes that as the au
tomobile is perfected It will grow in
REUNITED AFTER YEARS.
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. iui ..in 11 muscles, ucliin
J nerves. 'I be hltx.il ho.
!.y lit j acrmmiliiiioii ul
t: r:'"-r n ayMi-m, mil cut 111
iC-.t sc-'l ly the lem-nnd health iietsin
in;.' food lutv fvc.ne. The wl-ol- syMcn.
ft-. s t:tc t-t rtt (.f this ncei puij .n - aiel
1101 v. nil the M-.i-l m been .unr,ed ami
I r.iv'.t HVlnsI -;ilMiy uiMlit.cu wil;
111 i-rs 0:: I ; -ii:- cea.-.c.
'in. ;.. 1 - i, n( 1I Mm at reel, N. It.
Vr.TH .- :, ),. , v rl,a n Minns: A f-n
,:",::t-' 'I ' ' ' ' -"i k ol btialic R'um-a
arcl di- ln u fro1;
ioiiiL. uii i eicr;.i
Itatliril and ISarhered
Are luxuries that all can enjoy on the
Ohcervation.Car of the new North Coast
Limited, in operation on and afier Mav
on the Northern Pacific. This Obser-
ration tar will be a dandy. Uit a
North Coast Limited leaflet. A. I)
Charlton, Ass't Oen'I Pass. Ag'l, iVi
Morrison St., Cor. 3d, Portland, Ore.
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tl i-in at all h h ttai in.
i aci ftn ui-!-,
v .'ilKlee li 1 11.
rigala lulurtd U, Kilio
Chleasro Wuaaa Mnela liaa Slater
Whom the Had Olrea Vp
After 35 years' separation, In which
each hnd given up the other for dead,
Mrs. Mary Lee, of No. 8.17 Ilrrxiklyn
street, Kt. IOtiia, and Mrs. Katharine
Jnrsana, of Chicago, sisters, are ngnln
united. Mrs. Japana enme to Kt. Iotils
Infore the civil war with her parents.
Her father's inline was Thomaa Sehaf-
ferr. Here it waa that, ten yenr later.
her sriater Mary wns born.
A few week after the war Mrs. Ja
pana went to New Orleans to visit her
brother. She liked the city and re
mained there to engage lu business.
Din ing her long absence from Ht. Louis
she traveled extensively In the south
and lost track of her relatives here.
She then took up her rrssilence in Chi
cago. After ninny years a longing to
return to m. I.uis Hiaiftd hvr and
she wrote to relatives there but re
ceiird no res; 1 nr. Finally she wrote
to n j.riist th-re and from l,im Ifii ned
Hint her .itcr Miuj had :ne.rriid nnd
tvns a'.ill ht.iiir. Mis. ,ln : 101 thi n de
cidrd to eoiii,. to Ft. linia si., I f nil her
sisler. Thu siarrh wtia suoeaful and
the sikters were united.
Attniipls to l apirss the ineaaitig of
slang phrases In use in this win 11 try
have produced two amusingly curious
words in Kurope-one In (ieriiinn and
the other In French. The (irriiian word
Is "aprrdeeglisinr," our "spread-esgle-U111."
and is used for the emperor's
policy. The French word Is the verb
"toiiinter" which means to "stone a
fellow with tomatoes."
We arc about to move into the
Next door to the Layton Hotel.
It will pay You to Help us Llovcf
SOME PRICES ALMOST CUT IN HALF.
China, Crockery, Glassware,
Tinware, Grauite ware, Rugs,
Table Covers, Portieres, Lace
Curtains, Beds, Bedding, Car
pets, Linoleums, Mattings, Fur
niture, Blankets, Clocks, Wall
' CASH STORE.
Leland Si flings.
(The Leland Sittings should havo
apooared in last issue but were crowded
out in the Christinas rush).
Stock on the range are doing woll.
AH the people in this vicinity are woll.
no sickness being reported.
Ilsrry Chapiu gave a dance Christmas
in his hall at the Cox wood camp. II. F.
SIoss gave a dinner to a few invited
Jim Tobler lias a good quartz mine.
out is not able to continue its develop-
raent. All placer claims in this vicinity
are running a full force of men.
We have had quite hard winds, with
rain, enough for the miners at present
The wiuds In this vicinity come In bat
ons, so we are nnl inconvenienced from
As our attention is drawn to Leland
we cannot toll what is being transacted
atKinneyville, so we will loave that to
the other correspondent. We hope he
will give us plenty of news.
vt nave no Idle fficn in our town.
Everybody ia prospering. (Irave creek
Is very muddy with the debris that is
running from the mines. If all that is
washed Irom our mines each year could
be consolidated it would make a big
at present wo uaving nice sunny
weamor. As I was passing hy the
Chapin-Moas ranch X saw green potato
Tines, showing that we have not yet had
sufficient frost to cut tho ventilation.
I also saw on the Bamo ranch wheat and
oats, that were growing nicely.
The Copper Stain mint) is taking out
good rock. The ledge varies In sie.
The Gold Bug Is running steadily night
and day with a big force of men. The
reenback guts better as thfiy go down.
They have rich rock and all they can
handle and their stump mill is running
Ight and day.
We have in our vicinity several able
bodied, healthy, respectable young men
and also some middle aired men who
hould get married but as a busy indus
trious people haven't time to leave their I
pursuits of lile to go out liiuTother
localities in search of a wife or in other
words a helpmate, perhaps this will be
iiiceutive to some of thu fair sex to learn
the names ol soma, of the marriageable
men of our vicinity.
We would like to hear from our old
friend Korbes at Browntown. Bob.
Help ib needed at once when a person '1
life is in danger- A neglected cough or
cold may soon become serious and
should be slopped at once. One Minute
Cough Cure quickly cures coughs and
colds and' the worst cases of croup,
bronchitis, grippe and other throat and
lung truiiblcs. Dr. W. F. Kremer.
Following is a summary weather ob
servation at Urania Pass during the
month of Octolier, 1900, as reported by
J. U. Paddock, local voluntary observer
(or thu Oregon State Weather Service.
PATS Ml'- ,?,''
1 3 45
2 Ill) 47
3 03 43 ,
l (JO 40
7 6.1 45
H 01 4
0 M HU
10 m 40
11 40 41
li 6U 40
13 4S 42
II 4 43
15 02 44
HI 57 47
17 65 45
II 48 40
ll 44 lit
20. 44 30
21 45 111
22 49 31
23 63 30
2t 50 40
25 58 40
211 68 1)8
.'7 fid - 3,
28 6(1 34
2!) 53 33
30 03 37
Wi uiiAiiv: Mean teini
maiimiiin temperature, lit); date, 2nd:
minimum tutiiperatiire, 30; date, 20th(
loiai prncipi, niches. i.b3: number
lays clear, 7: Partly cloudv. 0:cloudr.
17; prevailing wind, 8 W.
fuaallilllllee la St. animals.
I he llarnhiirg-.ini rlenn line ia now
having tonsil net ed n steumship 7511
feet long. If this aorl of thing ron-iiii.-m,
anja the ( M.ago I iinek llr 1 alii.
It inny Mime day l.e p. .,,,! ,'r, y Mm I
ing on the rear end i.i,d flushing i
trip at the front end of the steamship,
to cut down the time for tin ocean toy
nge to aliout a day nnd a half.
Tr ' great vegct. .
Jenifer and tonic, ii
. - - 1 no lil :il rt-mf'. in
b ' t ' i r';,""Hic troubles.
! ,".'"'' Th rrr arc n- opiat. j 01
no: er.u.; .n '.t t., .list tub the dige.ii n and
u-."i 10 r.iint.ua 11.11, 11s.
We Ur.s j.re.-ared a special lK-k on
mieuT- . ...:t w ui. 11 fifty siilienr fioin
tot i -i:i.'.:l oiwdse shi.nl I read. I: I. Lie
n f. c-r-.t; Ms and itit reality; bo a of
'n ! e.,siriice. It v ill U.r: t free
to 4'iv ric 11 it.g it. V.'r.'e our .livi
cinfid!yat.', tr.-i ,y ntiout yourraac. V,'
tuake 1: rh ,rw form. 1l1c.1l advice. I
tME lIK HXtil'lt) CO, ATIASJTA,
l ajnal lllarrlHilaaclaa.
Kmiwror Willi. un lina diachargtd
one of Ida diplounita beeauae the latter
married an Aniericnu divorced woiiinn.
What, nslia the ( bleugo Tlim s flerald,
would Wllllmii haic ua do with our
grana widows, nnywayT
Southern Orejoa Poultry Exhibit.
The first annual exhibit of the
Houtbern Oregon Poultry association is
being held this week in Medford com
mencing Wednesday, January t, and
continuing until the 6th.
The exposition will be held In the
building formetly occupied by Vf. II.
Me -ker A Co. corner of beveuth and II.
Over 200 will be distributed in cash
prixef and there are 40 other premium!.
No other aid so great to the housewife,
no other agent so useful and certain in
making delicious, pure and wholesome
foods, has ever been devised.
There are imitation bakinj; powders, sold cheon, be
many groceM. 1 hey am made from alum, a poison
ous drug, w hich renders the food injurious to health.
ROYAL (AKIN. KUDU CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., Ntw YORK.