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9 AS ONE MAN TO ANOTHER.
You know my pi. he always iayi,
VThD we hvv company,
A-pattln' mc upon th hwd:
"ThU ts my on." uti ht;
Pr-rapi th t uuirw president. "
And then, with wink an' grin,
Ha'll give my head another ps.t.
Or pinch my cheeks an' chin .
Th othtr day my pa an' m
Went out Into the hd.
Pa weK he had hU hk-k'iy twitch.
An' I Just up an' said:
'Ha," but my voice was awful weak.
Baya he: "Speak up, my aon."
"When I am president," aaya I,
"I'U 'member what you've done.
An'," here I shouted bis an' loud,
"I'U lock you up h. Jail!"
Then 1 Just turned my back myaelf,
Kxpectin' him to ahal.
But flint I knew, I heard him Laugh;
He laughed until he cried;
Thn he ant down on the wood
An' pulled me to his sine.
An' talked to me a long, long while
'Bout when h waa a by.
An' all the games he used to play,
OT oat," an' "Hlege of Troy."
An' now my pa an' 1 are chums,
Pa's broke hts switch In two.
When I think what I said that day
I'm shamed, ail through an' through.
Caught the Cough
Fond Parenti had talkrd about
fur montha, and when the
finally actually aarted for hia I
flr.t In k nnl.ll. h I
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In the world progreaa had been
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alght from the front windows and
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little figure, topped by Ita rloaely
trimmed yellow hair. Nobody Kent
with the Child to achool, became the
theory on which the Fond I'arenta
were working Juat then waa to culti
vate aa early aa possible hia Inde
pendence and aelf-reliance.
The Child enjoyed it greatly. He
came home at night enthuaiuitic over
aome of the new friends he had made.
" Iteddy' Kdwarda," he aaaured his
Fond Mother, "is a great kid.
long to hia gang. '
"What sort of a boy ia 'Iteddy?' H
aaked the Fond Mother.
"He's a big kid, with red hair. He
kin lick any kid in the room. He
licked 'Fatty' Kawtina at receaa this
afternoon. 'Fatty' bawled, and then
he atarted to rough. He roughed till
.he got red and blue In the face, and
I'll bet he won't try to fool with any
of the kida in our gang again."
The Fond Mother, with maternal
intuition, felt aure at once that the
Child bad been exposed to aome
malignant dlaeaae, and told her hus
band so when he got home from hia
day on the board of trade.
"Nonsenae," aald he. "It couldn't
be anything worae than whooping
cough, anyway, and every boy hua to
have that before he amaunta to any
thing. I'd be glad if Charley did
Ten days paaaed. Then Charley
woke up in the middle of the night
with a sore throat. He had never
been sick before, but his mother
knew In an instant what was the
matter with him. It waa croup. For
the ail years of Charley's eiiatenre
she had been preparing for an emer
gency of this kind. Five distinct and
separate sure cures for croup were
on hand and within ten minutes the
family doctor had been rouaed by
telephone and had added hia advice
on the situation.
"I'll come down in the morning,",
he said, "unless something more de
velops before. Meanwhile follow inysj
Finally the Child got to sleep and
seemed much better when the doctor
came in the morning. After a fierce
struggle he allowed his mouth to lie
pried open with tablrapoon while
the doctor gazed wlaely down into
the rxpoaed cavity.
"It's juat possible," said the doc
tor, finally, "that It's whooping
cough. Keep hi in in the house a few
days and we'll see."
The Idea seemed to amuse the
Fond Father greatly.
"Whooping rough, eh?" he said.
"Well, that's a pretty good Joke, Isn't
It, doctor? Nothing much to do, is'
there, except juat to let the little
The doctor exprraard hia opinion
that the dlaeaae waa not likely to be
serious, though it might prove to be
tedious. Then he took his departure.
A few days later it developed so that
there was no lunger any doubt. Lit
tle Charley showed himself poaaraard
of an amount of'lung power which
waa surprising. Three or four timra
a night he woke his parents and moat
of the people In the flat building with
series of shrill and penetrating
whonpa, which would hare done cred
it to a siren steam whintlr. After the
Fond Father had leaped suddenly out
of his warm bed on an average of
six times each night for three weeks
it began to lose some of Its humor
ous effect and grew aomewhat mo
notonous. He went to see the doc
tor. "Is there nothing we ran do to
stop the infernal whooping?" he suid.
"There are 2(17 apeciflcs for whoop
ing cough laid down In the hooka."
the doctor said with a smile. "We
night try some of them." Then he
wrote a prescription.
Next day a friend to whom the
Fond Father told hia troubles gave
him a certain remedy, lie wna to get
a certain decoction of black tnr and
sulphur and burn a pint of it in the
sleeping rooma every night before
going to bed. The Fond Father tried
it. He thought he n.u.'M as well
make the trial good sad sirong while
he wss about it, so he got a ipmrt of
hs stuff instead of a pint and set it
frolng at ten o'clock. Ills friend had
Nerves that Die
For lack of nourishment are just as iliail as though they were
severed with a knife. In either case the base of 'supplies lias
been interfered with. Nerves that need nourishing make their
wants known through headache, backache, loss of appetite, indi
gestion, fluttering of the heart, irritability, sleeplessness, and gen
eral weakness. Feed the hungry nerves, build them up and
make them strong and vigorous, full of vim, vitality and power,
with the great nerve food and tonic, i)r. Miles' Nervine.
"My m rvrs Isi'iimc ho weak and riiii-ilowu from tlto
effects of Htiolil wound that I lioiimc p.ualwcd iiml p r
fcetly lielplcss. Muc years of my life was'.ass,d in an
Invalid ti. nr. it ml during that time I endured the most
Intense MitTeiliig. W hen I commenced taking lr. Miles'
Nervine It seemed to give ine Instant relict, and In a few
wttka 1 wasiililc to In1 up and ulsutronce more."
K J. lKNMaN, (.ardcu i. Hi, Kan.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
quirts the nervous irritation, stimulates the digestion
and tills the. blood with lust tlio nourishment nucjed lor
weak mid ruu-duwo conditions, (jive 11 trial.
Sold br druggist po guarantee.
warned him that tae c.lnr might
would loon get used tu it, and before 1
the cough wan cured they would get
so iney would line it. imi lor im
warning It la doubt nil il either or
the Fond Parent could have Maid
In the neighborhood after the reincjjr
began to throw off Its clouds of thick
and atifling liluck vapor. It spread
and penetrated all through the flat,
and it waa two hour liefore any J
member of the family could get to
uleen Itulf an .... r Inter thev wera
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roiiseil by a furious ringing at the
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front door. The rom! hnilier ribbed
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10 ine uuor in uis ouin rout nnu
opened it. There Blood the janitor
oi me Diiuoing in seamy apparei wim
a chemical fire extinguisher stropped
to hill Dack.
What's on fire In your flat?" he
Kaid. "Kverybndy in the building hae
been amelling amnke for an hour and
we've Anally traced it down here."
The Fond Father amiled wcnkljr
and anid he supposed it waa a new
cure for whooping cough they had
been trying which had canned the
trouble. He wua sorry if the other
tenants had Iwen disturbed.
Next morning when he got up he
had a alight tickling in hia own
throat, due, no doubt, as he conclud
ed, to the effect a of the tar vupora of
the night before. Hut the tickling
did not leave him during the day. In
fact, It waa worae when he got home
mill iliKUV. na oiiiu.r lie e.ru
COIIgllCd a little. TllCII ail B ful
i rtir,.r iriieu mm
. tU 1.. .-..nb 1.1m
"Whooping cough ia eicluaively a
, ., ,.- . , .
child diaeaae. Unt it?" he anked
hj wjf artleaalv
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'0, no, ahe pr
"When I had it my father caught it
from me, and 1 remember he almoat
coughed his head off before it was
He spent the next two or three
daya in trying to prevent himself
from coughing while at home, though
on the streets and downtown he gave
free vent to unmiatukitble whonpa.
Finally, he confessed to hia wife, and
then be felt free to adil his deep bnaa
wm"'l'" t1" rellc explosions of
the Child. Shortly it dawned upon
the Fond Father that whooping
cough was not a joking matter. Ho
coughed sometimes till he waa purple
and black rn the face, and finally, in
shame and despair, he culled one
evening at the doctor's olllce.
"Doctor," he began, "I think I rn
going to die. I"
A spasm of roughing seized him
juat then, and he gave a demount ra
tion in the whooping line which was
strong and convincing.
U, whooping cough is Juat a joke,
you know," said the hard-hearted
physician, "it docs a boy good to
Hut the Fond Father was beyond (
feeling any insult. He begged for
aomcthiiig to help his cough, aiidiciire the iiicessarv number of kiiIi-
nnally he got it. Then things went
on a little more easily for a few
days. Finally It got so that if either
the Fond Father or the Child com-
menceil to rough In the presence of ureii sneezing, w liceitu- ha y lever i li
the other the second invalid would ; tlins make a prei ty ticklish cargo, an.!
immediately start whooping ns if In unless had tempers are hat red there is
sympathy. no telling what might happen. We in-
llut not even yet had the climax nr- tended to go Inst year, bin) ,ve started
rived. It was when the recent corn dl'l'i't ir't ipiitc enough
corner was at its height and the Ufncrs."
Fond Father had accumulated n fair-1
ly large line of the cereal, which he 'TO EXPLORE MORE OF ALASKA
was waiting to sell at a big alliance.
One night he got. a "tip" that the
comer would be broken the next
day. He went down to the board the
next morning prepared for net Inn.
He knew that he must dispose of his
stuff in the first few minutes nf'the
session if he wished to clean up the
handsome profit which he had on pa
per. Finally business began in the
corn pit, and he plunged Into the
thick of it. The first sales showed
that the price waa still at the top
notch, and he determined to unload
without a limine ill's delay. The king
of the corner had just aohl .'tl.iiail at
the top, nnd everything Kcenicd
propltioua. Ilia hand waa raised unit
he wna about to shriek out his offer
when lie felt that terrible tickling
In his throat. He crushed It down
with a mighty effort.
"One hundred thou -"
The rough seled him in Ita re
morseless grip. He bent over nearly
double with the paroxysm. The other
frantic brokers pushed mid shoved
him out of the way. He stood on the
bottom step of the pit and whooped
for a solid minute. In the babel of
voices the sound of hia coughing was
entirely swallowed up mid lost, lie
could hear, even ns he shook ntid
strained with elTort, the pit break out
into a fresh riot of con fusion. The
corner had broken. Corn had dropped
1.1 cents in two minutes. The Fond
Father wna barely able to save his
distance by letting go his holding ut
the low figure.
The futility has now recovered Ita
norma) condition of health. Hut lit
tle Charley la now being reared on
the "sheltered and protected" policy,
while the Fond Fattier sees nothing
approaching humor in jest about ttie
diseases of children.-- Chicago Trib
une. A I'reeeutloaerr I. aw la Vermont.
The Vormout custom of not hang
ing a convicted murderer until two
years afler the passing of the death
sentence upon him is founded on the
assumption thnt any possible doubt
us to his guilt will 1m- removed ill that
time, and all danger of putting mi in
nocent muti to death is 1lius elimi
nated. l.uulavllle'. rrirrljr.
The asaessuieiit. for personal ami
real property in the county in which
ItOllimill ia situated is f-l'."J.!7l,.V'l.
America t iiiiiinWtlun st I'arU.
The coftt of the American coiumissiuu
at the lu is cxpoKiUon was nriirly
V. Miles Midicai. Co., Klkhurt, Iud.
PLAN ODD EXCURSION
Hay Fever Sufferers Going to the
Am lalaad Thai Has Never tlm Air
of tk niarase Wllhia It. Hiir
4ra l'rllcolar uf tha.
"Probably the most remarkable ex-
rursion party thnt whs ever orifiin-
1 . . v , ., .
Ized, Mini a well-known .New )i-leii.i
. , ., , , .
thnt whs ever r;'iin-
lays urn, rcj.
. , vv
..''m ' t..l4
ill leaie tllU coilhtrv l ul IV next
fall for the enact of .Voi i:y. It will
be composed of inn 'iifi -.era from
chronic Uiiy Icier, who will ! re
lief lii.rili'.' lb"! wiisoii of 111 l.;-k lit
the only (.pot on the liu'iit utile gliil,u
that i I, mov. ii to be free ot I he iiiulii'iy.
The piace in nil i:.t;iltll," he continued,
"on the .Nfirwela'i c-'iisl. ih,i far from
tlie port of yiiiiaii;'" r. There has
never been any hay fei'-r within its
bord' iv, and thoae who have made Ilia
disease a tutly foi year aad have
raiiKiii kcii tin- woriil to lint! nomc si.fe
Ii dure il to be mysteriously
'i iie excursion project hits
special local interest, lu-cniise it orifji-
nH,., , ,v o,.,
alls. ii-tiiiiH of the
fever In its aliquant lorin are olli;''ii
every fall to go to rto'me one of the
few r. : r'H where they can obtain
...,,, I, ,. relief. 111.'. Ill that wav
,h,.vg, t to k HOW OIIC lIMOt her. Two
seuscus- a;ro 1 wiik in n mountain no
te! in South Ciirolina, liiirsintf a par
ticularly lad nttaci!. when this Nor
wegian inland clinic to the knowledge'
of inysi If and ri few oilier virtims, and
we lutii.. M'l.tdv net a!. out pin lining ttie
trip. 'I he si lieine, luicily told, ia to
charter a lare trauiii sieanicr of slow
sliced ir d lit it up wiili sh-roiii! nc-
coininoii.'ilious for H.'i people, nfur
(,e ai.ilc of the best military trans-
ports - noi hing fancy, but plenty of
conifer:. There will al-o oi loom for
n nioi'eia!c ciirgo, ul.l. li ciil help to
defray t.,i expense, and niter I tilling
the partv on the Island the ship will
unload at miiiic liuitle port and take
on goods for the return trip. We enl-
eulate that the uAa-e each way will
last fully a moniji, and the shifting
of cargo iil ou' : I or in da; more,
which w:ll praclically eoier the bay
fever period. The loinl cost will lie
Inlrtuit .! 'i,';ii. or iti) apiece, which Is
really no more than hotel hills at any
jrcMirt. The ennt ai'.anta:c of the
plan lies in the fai t that hay fi ler
cannot exist at sea, so even if the
island proves more or h
Ipoiiitineut we will spei
a of n di.sap
it the linyer
part or the time in n-muicd comfort
on board the ship. All I he ileiuils have
been carefully worked out, and there
is no doiibt whatever as to the entire
feasibility of the undertaking. The
only tliimr Hint now remains is to ae-
scribcra, and correspondence is going
on to that cud. It is ivnr purpose, oi
course, to restrict the parly to cul
tured and cot'.e-eniiil people, for a liuii-
The Ueveriiiueiit to Meiul a Tartr This
Ssiumer tn a Vast urlhrrn
Kxteiihivc explorations are about to
be undertaken by the geological sur
vey between tlie antic circle mid the
ahores of the arctic ocean in Alaska.
Preparations were begun last sum
mer, and one of the laive appropria
tion bills now petidit g in congress
makes provision for paling the ex
penses, says the New ork Sun.
The exploring party will start from
Hereman, away up alioie the arctic
circle, in in ly I, nun miles not 'Invest
from Sitka, ( pen. I oi onc-tninl of
Alaska Is about tis little known as the
inferior of Africa was a few years
ago. ltnuc;hly estimating, the great
Alaskan wilderness to he explored is
about as large as New Imgland, New
York mid I'cnnsyh ania combined.
The parly will lie diiidcd into three
sections. Tlie Mist dctaelimclll. led
by W. J. Peters, will ptoccid to the
Arctic ocean. If time pi units this
party will go eastward to the llrit
isli boundary, tiirnin r westward ai'aiii
and reaching the coast in the lieinity
of Point Harrow, the nort licruiuost
settlement on the continent of .North
The second detachment will be led
by W. 1'. Memleiihatl, geologist, ami
its Work will be colitined to the little
known region around kotrluc
sound, in three directions. The third
parly, led by Mr. tierdinc, will con
tinue explorations that have already
been begun ill the Copper Kiier val
ley. It Is believed that Ine whole terri
tory is a last desolate plain, rising
occasionally Into hiirh hills. It Is be
lieved that the rciriou U devoid of
life, excepting for some of the for
bearing animal.) that arc found near
the shores uf the Arctic ocian ami
in summer b, two or three kiia, jt
wihl fow Is which holer about the
neighborhood of the laconns. Almost
certainly the territory is devoid of
trees ami eleci kind of nvettlhle life
except moss and stunted wihl grass
such as is f, and in summer in the
tundra reckon somewhat farther
south in Alaska.
An An fill
dcrold You an
nine; the pace
that kills, old chap! TI ei , '
end to this suit of Ihini:. i
Harold W W hnsshat .'
"Some girl will be inacrii
reform you, old chills dep
l oil to
A familiar iianie (or the Cliiiak'o. Mi1
aaukce St i'aul liaiUsy, k in l
over the I'nion as the Ureal liuUav
riinniiiK the "I'lnncr l.iinilcd" Ini ns
every day and nilit between S 1'au1
suit t'hicas'o, and Ot mlia ami I'liicso.
'' The only perfect trams in the uoi'd
Cudi'island : t'oniu i li"ii ate ma Ii
with All Transciuitiiif ntal Lines, ssur
itiit to pssHctiiiers the 's'-t m i i v k no n
l.u xu riuiiH coaches, e!eci ic li . tit- t.t. tut
iieat, ol a veiily npt.il led l v no oth. i
N- Unit your ticket reads via'Ti i
hl niikee" when going to ui.v p -in' in
the I'nitid Pistes or t snads. All in k I
et agents evil tbctii.
For rsles, p,iuiphleis or other udoi
J. W. ti;i, C. J. Tom,
Trsv. l'ssa Aitt. lieneinl Alien',
Sl'UTl.K, Willi. I'oKlLlXll. ill
Writing I'sper oi sit kinds at the
Col un a ottice.
Th olj reliable TU Weeklv OcfOnlsn
ffl f$ g$
Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood
Foison and Consumption. The parent
who is tainted by cither will see 1U Um
cnii'i me same aisease
manifesting itself in
'.lie form of . swollen
glands of the neck and
throat, catarrh, weak
eyes, offensive sores
and abscesses and of
tentimes white swell
ing sure signs of
.Scrofula. There may
a long time, for the disease develops slowly
in-ciiue cases, but the poison is in the
blrxxl and will break out at tlie first favor
able ojiportuiiitr. S. S. S. cures this wast
ing, destructive disease by first purifying
and building up the blood and stimulating
and invigorating the whole system.
J. M. Reals, m Puhllc square. Nanhvtlle.Teno.,
y : '-'I'm yeara sko my dailsliter fell sad cut
hfrr f'ttehel. Front thta wound the glands on
ttiffsidrof her face became awollen and tsirated.
h-.nic of the leat doctora here aud elsewhere
attended her without any ttenefil. We decided
to try S. S. t., snd s tear bottles cured ber en
tirely." SJ J5i m;e lev aud pure
PC" KT blood to nouriah and
"fey strengthen the liody,
lx a'"' B Pos't'v "'"J
3' 555' safe cure for Scrofula.
It overcomes all forms of blood poison,
whether inherited or acquired, and no
remedy so thoroughly and effectively
cleanses the blood. If you Iiave any
blood trouble, or your child has inherited
some blood taint, take S. 8. S. and get
the blood in good condition and prevent
the disca1 doing further damage.
Send for our free book and write out
pli vsicians aliout your case. We make no
cliar;;e whatever for medical advice.
. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. 6 A.
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lt llit- Vtisl cuin nf l.il-i' tt'in,liirt.' uhiili
r wii'hom tlnrt inti'ii ft'.injt Htil-jiTt. i j
All .11 nli in r.i lnMv t -i'l r.'il ninl
; TiU'l t iil Hl'i( t, ;tiul llllrt till' Ul JsTtMt j
m-'i 4f wimIimii ninl im-trny. !
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rtnJ nt'iuliir pri'H. Tin niiritjji A'l j
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Hti t I he up pi it-aunt ( i'f pi iin-ipli'!- il! j
put Ii-1 tl'ti, li '(m uti I li. ;ut into ih'MiH :
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1. i t . in t un le til 1 il u i;lt an ft ij.i't !
alt'-. A Mni'tti 'iivJ pr rr rt-' m m nr j
. .I'-h fir, ! p tM.-sii l' uttf n' tve up
kffp tli fir "!ati. niM !i., '
.It iT li.r 's 'nl tt'itr-'t t i' Itu'
p i- i n 1 ' i a. ti -f t he I ' a ' 1 1 tu. 'i
tit J tp4V!ul ! Iy l:m T'-r lan.l h- (
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DO NOT FAIL TO EXAMINE. THE NEW MODELS.
1901 RAMBLERS; A Superb Line of Bicycles the Manufacture"
of Which has Continued Uninterruptedly for 22jYears.
ModJ 3S Irico $((). Men's Chainlcss
m I . lii .lions I' iiuii- '.i mch, on'ioiii. Jil im li snd 24 inch ; r vers-
ililc No. li Imi iih cxnsnd" iff ; clminlcss 78-lnvh iicdr, npiionsl
J2 1. 1 li siul M inch: 1 '.j-iii. h '. k I. lir. s ; rat trni pclsl ; T
itu ii criO'ic-; oio-c ul'ius.-st tiost, forssrd 1. oi.tioiisl. Hunt No
7 -H '"'Ih -
Model 39. Price $((). Ladies' Chainlcss
ti. 4ii ii I'r Hi,' J2 ini'ii. op i"iui tl) tm ti ; 11 pi nrv'.! No. 0 Imr
w'-iti PxpiiMtii j; fi' to rlminlm-i i 1 Ii tff r npiinnul T2.:nr!i,
If li i F n-M r-it(i!il 1 ftnl ; (,7B-iiirn fTHokn; ilim'l lilliny
- at , ftit 1 rI I. "pr ii.na!. f I tint N-. 77 hmM.
Sp-cilliMtiofif F-'unir 20 in. h. opt mhh1 22 inch vrnl 24-inch ; ppril
No. 2 t fnrw nn f xiiif in rm-ii-g hr h ith t?x pandinij ntctn, op ional
r jru'Hr .Nn. 2d Imr. w i'f-tait , xtt-hitii. Hi iifn! nn Model 41; 8 im-h
l" a', H-'i"nal 81-inrh himI inch ; 'a' Inch rltnin ; J ?3-tti h Hart
ji'iil '.i' i t rt njiiioii 1 li. A I. IfM noli) ; 0j UwU vrnukt rat
it pi ( 1 aV ; ) 1 hhm! I. rui 1 -f tilting poet optiunHl ; liruw 11
ihi t-rri'iMi-; iM-tiiu-rtv eel -r, frirti'nil i'h hint f'ripin.
N'Tk. W1LI11 hk tr;H trtri ', 'JO'j p-iiinilf, whiclt may h reliitiil
u l-t. li m ti ' i 1 m 1 11 tl m 1 1 die t:itiN. 11 ir inn c ! '.j hu ll 1 1 Hf I forl N.
7.) r 1 ii.st lin-H v hirli are too iilil. I oA'-ver, for roiil 11 e Anil flic riot
Motl.1 41. Price $-10. Men's Light Roadster
Sprr l'i miuii- Kihiih; L2-ii vU, opiinnul 20 inrli Htnl 24 im:h; Nn 2(i
l)r Midi t xrun.liii Mem ; hi im U ji nr, optimiMl 77 incii ami 84
tn ; .'! 1'i i' rh i-luiin, IS,7n Inch craiikw; PH-itu-h i A J. tirn. np
f it tn :il I lir f'r.J No. SO j rrit Iran pcdniH, np-ional rnbher; ilitut't lilt
iu tH' p'"i, obti(nal loTVrir: I,; Hunt N "0 H'lille.
Model 42. Price $40 Ladies' Light Roadster
Sh cilli-stiona Frsme 2t! inch, oiiinnnt I'O-inch and i.'4-tnch ; up
ctirvnl No. (i lisr with enpnndinir stem ; "i inch gear optional liS-inch
and 77 im h ; .1 IU i ich cliHin ; (i'.j-ini'h cninli-; l3n inili (i & J,
lire", oiiionsl 1 1 sr I ford No. 80; diricl liltinK feat post. Ilnnl No.
WE liuvc secured the services of T. A. HOOD, an expert Bicycle Repairer, ami will conduct a first-class Re
pair shop. Our Hicyclo Trade for 1000 was very encoiirafjin to us, and wo shall be better prepared this year to
give our Customers the I'est Service.
Our Sundry Department will contain everything in line of Bicycle Supplies at Prices which will make our Coin
petitors wonder how we can sell them at such Low Figures.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Company.
Sixth Street, Grants Pass Oregon.
The I'.m liiiirtim
1 1 t iS
grcati?t of I lie world's railroads.
Over S.ooo mill's long; enijloyin( 35,000
men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in the
eleven states traversed by ils lines; having
through-car arrangements which extend more
than half way across the continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons absolutely
nneiiiialed service, it is the line YOU should
select, next time you po east.
litt!;ih;i. Cliirnio, Kansas Citv, St. l.oitis :in,l
I'Vl KVW lll-KK l.rvuiiil
tin- "I'tiMniftn Onlinn'V Slt-piT- '
Flir-i'iir itMiii'lM'tl 10 tl- (.'iMriut.-Purt
U11.I p. 'u. h itirniis.'li to l'hu-rtk"
w.Minit rliH''', ti-l the ore in tin
"A'Utiiif Kxpri'-s" runt to KunHMh litv
ttiilii ii' rli.itu-i. r,-ii.fni(tr 1 tt t It m car
fi.r CliiiMtfii flmt'iit' l" a Minilrtr .ar nt
Mnili uf tli'1 ti ft truvi'l itt tn'inti
r trr'it'l in tln ft cat, tht rtrs Ii-inn
lower, mill ttit ut rvii-e ii'Mr'v iMii,il tt
tli ti 111 tin p t'.ii- iU'p-Td.
1'iir rii tt hihI tn, I iii'uMnn'icii. int lu I
mi ful'lrr. rito A I, Cuti'i,
itn'ritl Ta'Mik'tT jint,t K k N
'... 'tri ! mil, t ! iiun.
)u t'k ill'. y Tlii V'tklv Orijt'nnrt
- I '
1 lie ul llculll. i' Oil ICS
The wtenpinir 'ton to perfvt heattn
lf KUpruno CYreul. Tilts tlellghtful
tev.niK' Is a Ritrnt aid to I'luestlon un l
n tlally ue. tn plart? tif ten and tuff".
N ntr-'Hily tielutj rettnumeniltvl by phy-
KUtrun cunnliti of M per cent tru't
and 4 j i'r fen l prnlns.
Kins nucl lrtttira
nttiiln thtf hlKh'-st deifree uf prfectlon
In i'n'lf.irn:a ant these rhol.-o fruits,
mniW'io.t with selo'tej icriilns. s, len-
tltl. ally Mended, iniike. the test nnd
u.uvju sssiass, juu vai.
nuv-t nutrltows eerenl cofee on the .... . j ,.
nuimet. Katur in iretitiUiening aud rcuu
Fhii rune Is prepared only by the atructltlg the exhausted digestive or
FlKprune rereil i'o Pan Joe. fallf. Ifana. H iSth latesdlscocredtli((esl
, . , ant aud toulc No other preparation
can approach It in eflicleury. li la.
C. rTee la more InJ.irioua th in tea. as ftantly rolievesantl permanently cure
It not only afreets the nerves, but has
decided tendem y to make one tdllous.
Hci miis Cereal Is ,n a.reeable an.l
hiulthfut substitute. Ask your snver
for the new health o ff ee K ti ruiis
er.-al. a I'alifornU pnKlucL
aWii-i.- Smi ir mi V, rati. . Ct.
riles Long. lTheRoerConrier
A. I'. Sltrl.iHfN, (It-neral Arnt,
Tliir.l .m l Stntk Sis. I 'oriLinil, Ore.
mean weakened lungs nil
caused by a cold and cfu;-;li
Weak lungs sooner or later
u ill heal and strengthen the
I ini;s, cure cold and stop te
'1 i.oV.cl f..f yrart hJ tw-mor-t--t,i
n.ll.'ii ii U 11' (t'.!!.r i
I l M-.'. v :vrrt u . a.t u -pc I lira y it A
i'U a 1 f. i ..-r.i mc .mcittel. . q
t.-v.-n 11 (rir l:(- ih "
MK' t l.i'rv M K I'kl- V,
lilIotii r.tnimiptlon Vnrr U old Tit nil
rt . -tifft;iul at Sc. ft .nit hot tie.
I in-. -... with rrtrv Imttlo,
i- v t -n .i". siit-t;. J R,i ti your tlriicKtxl
i ut V ;!' .. 'M tlMCst.
,l ' ! ' ' ' '' --'k f"i r.nKiti;'tnin Sri, .
riarfce4e Ssjf ia ai !
ninaets tulist tin.. l
I'J'Pi'psia, inaiKentlon. lloartburn,
Kiatuieuce. Sour Stnmarh. Nanse.
Pr!-V sihIII. lJrrrsiremnuliistHtlma
amai.siss. Bo.kal.ai uiiiyipHniiiotr
I Pr,e8,i b r c CtwlTT CO,Ctleoao
r0 SALE BY W F. KREMEK '
Model 43.. Price $35. Men's Roadster
imh: No. 20 har is it Is adjustable stem ; 81-inch gear, optional 77.
im h and 84-inch ; 3-10 inch chain ; oJvinch cranks; l-incb U. A
J. tires; rat trap pedals; direct til.iuv scat post; Kainbler No. 2 8.
Model 44. Price $35. Ladies Roadster
Specilicalions Ktame 22 inch, options! 20-inch and 24-iurh; uo
ism vet .No. 6 har with adjustable stem; 72-inch gear, optional G8
Micli al 77-inch ; 3-lU-inch chain ; Clinch cranks, & inch O li I.
Vint ; rubber pedsl;-direct tilting sest po-t; Kanibler No. 3 8. B.
1901 IDEALS 1901
An Excellent Medium Grade Line.
Men's Model GO. Price $25. 28-in Wheels
Specificat ions Frame 22-inch optional 20-inch, 24-inch and 20-incli;
reversible bar wills internal fastener 80 inch gear, 72 inch and 91
inch optional; 3-10 inch chain; 7 .'.inch cranks, 6j. inch optional ;
Pn-incli single tube tires; rat trap- pedals: L seat post with, inter
nal fastener; Uarford saddle.
Ladies' MJil 61. Price $25. 28-in Wheels
Specifications Frame 21-inch, optional ID-inch and 24 inch ;reverai
ble bar with internal fastener, 68 im h gear; 01-inch and 77-inch op
tional: 3-10 inch chain; o'j.inch cranks, 7inch optional; 1-inch
single tube tires; rubber pedals; L seat nost with internal lastener;
Harford ladies' saddle.
$2.25 for $1.50
5 r.,-T. f:fV.V i,V ',-
The Best and Most Prictical Farm and
Family Paper Published.
lti'li.-vint; tlisl every one ot our rfsilers
utioultl lisvs st leut one kihhI SKrirultiiral
uml lumily journal, we huve. perlti-teti sr
rsnirfiiient.i whereliy we ran semi tlist
I'm. ih ul ami iii-li'n, tive jiinrnsl, Farm
ami lliniie. in riiiiiin iioii wiin the weekly
1'iiiirier a.i-l lloineuiaile eoiiirivam-eM, on
reiniirkalily UUtuI leriim ns uiveti lielow.
I.O' k "( npace forlitiln lint s biief dei ri
timi of the ciitilciiti u( Kami ami Home,
wliiili is iiiniiuiliil for variety ami ei
eelli'iii'e. i'miiiineiil alining its irtany
ili'l'sriinenl.' nuiy lie nieiitioneil the farm
ami (iiinlen. .Market eiort, TlietJiieMion
llox, Ariiutiil the Ulohe, I'lans anil lnven
limit, The Veterinary, Fashions and Ksnry
Work. The Apiury, The I'oulirv Yard,
l alkn with a Lawyer. Kruit Culture, l'lanii.
ami Mowers. Live Moi-k and Hairy. The
Veterinary Ka-liinin ami Kaney Work,
1 Household Kealureii.
I Farm ami Home Is .ul.li.ie,l setnl
I imitillily. H1111 kiviiik ynll L'4 lillinlicrs s
1 venr, the whole nwikiiii; a volume of over
Vi pues. ieetinn with all tlie latest and
nio-l rrhnWe inlormalioii that experieme
snd m ietiee ran Mi .ly. No lieder priM.f
il lis poptiisrily run lie ollered tlia.i ils
enuriii, his ein uiution. wliit h extends into
evi-ry provlnre. eai-h nuniher lieinj; read liy
no ie." than a million renders.
I Hy -penal arrani;eiiieul we make for a
j limited vinie tliefullowinic liherul otter:
'Courier, one year,
Farm and Home,
All for Onlj - $1 50
I Ho not iielay or fail to take advantage
01 Hit- irreal oiler, for never heiore was so
niu. h ottered r so small a sum. Itemeui-U-r
we semi I..U, papers one year ilicludina
IsKik.all iK.stpai l. at the verv low pri,e
slsne miiiie,L 1'iit monler to'seiure this
ii'iiil lnalioii all srrearsires on tlie l oi'siss
must it pai,l and one lull vear in advsnre
Anyone liuvuisr slready 'psid in adram-e
may sei ure Hie Farm and Home and the
Ikio l.y sendini; reins.
j Address all orders to
j Rogue River Courier,
I Grants Pass, Oregon.
SfLrV f t h 1 1 N c E
Tto Tasot Mir.r.a
: ffs Dcticsii
- -s . ii ami wiTipini 1 a-,a-
Jl". .f JWvTs'n nnr opirioik fiv hHti--r a
tr.jsM.ti,, la ir tcenuM- ( .., m-
Ar.TIIM Mrxrln . ..ai. s
s m, n.Tnwui t-njT. Itt lb
j.'al raatw rr
ISinv on Ehibi.
GRANTS PASS, OHE
22-inch, optional 2il inch, 24 inch and
Shortest and Quickest
ANL) ALL J'OIXTS EAST
Through Palace) and Tourist Sleep
ers, DlnliiK and HuflVi Hinokiny
DAILY TRAINS; KAST TIME; SER
VICE AMI HC'EXEKY UXKQUAI.ED
Tirketa to points East vis I'ortlanil snd
tlie tiKEAT NOKTIIERN KY., on ssls
st Southern l'aeitlu Depot Ticket tMIies.
(iranle I'ass, ot OR EAT NORTHERN
123 Third At reel, fort land
Eor Kales, Folders and full iiifonusliun
repiriliiig Eastern trip, call on or address
A. B. 0. DESXISTON,
City I'ass and Ticket Aent, 1'orllsnd
EAST and SOUTH
irii iv nininm
Trains Leave. Grant Pass Tor IMr
and and Way Hlallona at 5:30
a. in. and 0:1.1 p. in.
v. I'urlland... . 8:3.1 a.m.
I.v U ran i s I'ass... 10:43 p.m
Ar. A.hland. .. 12 ; ,.,
Ar. Satratuenlo 5:10 p.m.
Ar. San Francisco. 7:45 p in.
10.13 a in.
U X a.m.
5:00 a in.
Ar P'!"-" 4 55 pin.
Ar. Denver 9 .30 a.m.
W:15 p m.
y. Kansas Citv. .7:25a.ru. 7:25a.m
Ar. Cbirsifo 7:3.' a.m. 8:30 a.m
Ar. Los Angeles. .2:00 p. m. 8:05 a. m.
Ar. FtPssn :C0 p. in. 6:01 p.m.
Ar. Fort Worth. . ,(i;;to a m. :30 a. in.
Ar.C'iiv ol Mexicoli :30a. in. 11 .30 a. in.
Ar. Honstnn... . 4:(. m. 70 a. in.
Jr- Orleans B :Wp. in. :30p. m.
Ar. ashuiKion. . 6:42s in. 6:42a m.
Ar. New York .. .12:10 p. m. 12:10 p. m.
PULLMAN' AND TOL'RIsT CARS on
hth train. Chair cars Sacramento to
On ten and El Paso, and Tourist cars to
Chicago, St. Louis, Xew Orleans and
Connecting at San Fiancisro with
everal steamship lines lor Honolulu,
''Pan. China, Philippines, Central and
Se J. p. Jeste,, tgmt lt lJrBnt, iMi
Pas station or address
C. H. MaRKIIam. d. P. A..