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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GBANTS TABS, ORKGOS.
Published Every Thursday.
One Tear, tn advance, $1.25
Six MonUis, . . .
Three Montha, .jj
(Jingle Copiea, .06
Furnished on application at the office, or
A. E. VOOUHIES, Propr. & Mnob
FRED MENSCn, - . EDITOR
Entered at the pout office at Oranta ra,
Oregon, aa second-claxa mail matter.
THURSDAY, NOVEBER, 14, 1901.
The Oregon Game and Fiah asaocie
tion, at ita taat meeting, elected Preal
dent Rooaevelt an honorary member.
Wu Ting Fang, Chinese mlniater to
the United Stalea, may be offered the
chair of Chineae literature in Columbia
college. He la a very eminent acbolar
and a very able man.
Governor Oeer liaa returned from Ohio
where be haa been campaigning in behalf
of tbe republicana. The governer and
bla etyle of oratory were well received
by tbe people of tbe Iiuckeye alate.
President Hxieevelt, hia wife, anil hia
whole family and tbeir manner of life.
conatitute a standing, keen rebuke to
nobbery in every form. They are
. sound, aolid, sensible people who are
not afraid to act as Jsucb In "high life."
Another massacre of Arcerlcans Las
has been planned In the Phillpplnea,
tbla time at Abra de Hog, in Miodora,
but again the scheme was a failure and
the Filipinos were routed, leaving five
01 their number killed.
The 28th inlantry, now located at dif
ferent points on the Pacific coast will
tall for the Philippines on Nov. 16,
Four companies will sail from Portland
on the transport Itoeecrans and the rest
from Ban Francisco on the Grant.
Time for city election is drawing near
and our citizens must remember thai
the moat important portion of this event
are me nominations, hvery citisen In'
wreateu in the city's welfare should at
tend the conventions and see that no
one but good, clean, honest men receive
Senator Mitchell left Pnrtlanil nn R.I
nrday fortheeaat where he goes to attend
the coming session of congress. The
senator raaliiaa tha I
... w .niv.MHVS Wl mn
measures to be considered and intends to
De in tnt thickest of the (ray. Oregon
can congratulate heraelf on being repre
sented in tbe senate of tbe United Btates
oy a man or Mitchell's ability and ac
London Is eiperlenulng the worst fog
tn years and Tans Is similarly arrwtxl.
The London fogs are of a deuslty and
thickness almost incredible and are a
great impediment to traffic of all kinds.
Beveral persons have lost their lives in
the London fog, having presumably
walked off the docka in tbe thick dark
rest. London fog Is black and leaves a
UltlKV Dree. U lata ilea ! unnka
lion. Henry W. Corbett of Portland
lias subscribed 130 .000 to I lie fund ln.
tbe Lewis and Clarke exposition, one-
KiQin ol the est I in 4 ted amount required.
Mr. Corbett aaya: "1 have lived here 60
yeare, and I believe that I can afford to
live that much for this ex portion that
will be a benefit to this country, even if I
do not got a cent back. I do not expect
V) lake my monev ith I11A tl mv tfraifA
I wish it to do all the good I can while
We have received a copy of the
"Newspaper Blue Hook," published by
Theodore Wieae, Chicago, containing a
elect lial of the best newanatra In ilia
United (Mates as Judged by tbequantitiss
oi cuppings they yield, called for by
business and nrnfaalnnl n..n .n
claaaes. We find the Coibikb in a list ol
lo only ol the beet weeklies in Oregon,
naming only one newspaper in each
town. The Salem Journal la listed aa
tbe beat daily iu the United Hiatus for
cities of iuas than 0,000 population.
LI Hung Chang, China's great states
man il led on Nuv. 7, from ulceration of
the stomach. He , oho 0f ,le
World's great men and among the
shrewdest ol diplomats. Ilia exact age
la a subject ol dispute, but he waa about
76 years old. lie was a member of a
pour family, but one of some culture.
His rise was rapid and he became
famous in the great Tai Ping rebellion,
where he waa associated with Gordon,
llo had more influence and control over
the Chinese people thai) any other man
and the political effect of his death is
The Orcgonlan trusts that President
Koosevelt will accept the resignation of
Secretary Loug, ol the Navy Depart
ment. He is the man chiefly responsi
ble lor the persecution ol Admiral
Bcbley. He haa been the active or pas
slvs agent ol a cliipie ol Schley's cue
mies, haa aupported a contemptible in
trigue againat the man who fought and
won the naval battle ol .Santiago, and
Would better now retire from public
Viev, Thia Secretary can well be
pared from public eirvlce and (loin
the private service, In public it a; ion, of
the naval clique that haa own engaged
In this contemptible btiisness Oregon
A census hulleliu ul manufactures In
Oirgon shows that in HHK) there acre
In the state 3. H-i manufacturing rs
tihliali.neiila. aa aaiusl 152J in IK'.K),
1)8)iii ihh i, ix.!i in lsro, ;tni iii isou,
id 62 in 1850. Tho capital nupluyid
or invested in these establishment!
in IIWJ ai :I3,4:!2,3U3. The total
wages paid was is,S.iJ.433 ; the cuat ol
materials used waa 2il,(XK),855, and the
value ol the producla was $stl,IKW,6H7,
While our state cannot jet boast of ex
pensive manufacturing, it will be seen
that ths rise and growth ol thia industry
Laa beeu very rapid and the future
possibilities iu this line are very en
couraging. Then eaeitia to be more I jols iu Wis
consin than in Oregon. The Ural day ol
the dier tiuuting seajoo in that state
waamaiked by lhr,e casualties, three
n an shot by being mistaken for d. er.
During November Only
r Wo will sell tho remainder of our
at greatly reduced prices
Now is your timo to
Front street, oppo Depot,
One of lliee will die and the other two
will be crippled for life. Last year,lit is
said, the number of hunters killed in
that stale in that manner during the
bunting season averaged more than one
a day, sacrifices to idiocy. We cannot
tqual that record In Oregon, but the
hunting seasons even here are few that
go by without some one being killed or
crippled by being shot lor deer by reck
less or excited hunters. Tbe calamities
are usually so clearly accidental that no
prosecution follows, and tbe man who
doea the shooting feela truly sorry after
it la too late. Hut a man .who shoots
another in the wooda, if he is not im
prisoned for manslaughter, should he
adjudged incapable ol managing fire
arma and hia gun should be taken from
him. It la not enough for a man to feel
sure it la a deer at which he shwts . lie
The Gopher Mine.
The "Gopher" mine, in the Jump-on-Joe
district, is one of our many quaric
properties that are being quietly
developed and of which the world at
large hears little about. The "Gopher"
is making grand showing. There is a
JO loot vein of ore carrying values of
from $12 to $40 to the ton ; a mammoth
proposition and an enormous pros
pective wealth producer. Properties
ike the Gopher are not Infrequent in
southern Oregon. The word hears little
ol them now but will bear more later
A small force of men has been engaged
in running tunuel, from which, at a
point 2S0 teet Into the mountain, an up
raise has been started. With tbe present
equipment it is impossible to work more
than smalt force of men on account
of the powder sasoke. There Is as yet
no mill on the property but one will
probably be Inatalled soon.
The Gopher Is situated about 12 miles
north of Grants Pans, in the same dis
trict with the "ilaby" and Die "Lucky
Exact RsproiiKtlon of this Style Shot.
V VTC TP.ADI MARK
Vv afv IS BRANDED
lis. X 0N tvER
MX X 17A hoe.
The Famous Shoe for Women.
They are justly famed for thei
stylish elegance, mtperior fitting
qualities and up to ilate styles. A
thoroughly high-grade shoe of un
usual merit nt a sensible price.
All styles from the light mid dain
ty dress shoe to the most substan
tial street boot.
Very Dressy. F.qiilalto Style
Gold Chlorlda Mln Sold.
The Gold Chloride mine, located on
Ward creek, sii miles from Hold Mill
haa been sold to Seattle 1-apilalialn fur
17,0iX). The Hold t'hloridn property
aa purchased barely a month ago by
Meanrs. Mears, I.amlreth and a.tnocialm.
Within a fortnight alter these man as
sumed control a rich ledge was uncover
ed, and thia increased in width and vain
with every fool ol advancement made in
the tunnel where the rind waa made.
The new ownera announce that it la
the Intention to Improve and develop
the properly with all the vigor that
money and enterprise cau command.
We offer One lliind-ed Uilla-sli ew anl
lor any case of Caiarrh that can.iot be
'ured by Hall's Catarrh cure.
K. J. Chunky A Co., Props., Toledo, O
We. the underaiiriie.l. havn known V
J. Cheney lor the lat 15 year, and be
lieve mm periectiy honorable in all busi
ness transactions, and llnaucially able
to carry out any obligation made by
vYkT A Thi ax. Wholesale IIhil-jni.
Toledi.O. Welding, Kinnan & Mar
vin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Halls Caiarrh Cure ia taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold braildrun-
giala. Testimonials fne.
Hall's family Pills aie the best.
s sr if sis
to close out tho lot.
On (lie Dixie Qnmn, a quartz prop
erly on Foots creek, six mile from liil.l
II ill, as rich ledge haa been uncoverel
which expert opinion regards with great
lavor. Pan proapei-la aie obtained from
thia'ore which are estimated to be worth
$00 to $75 "per ton. The new 1p.Iih i 1?
to 15 inches in width, between walls of
diorlieand quarlzite, with every indica
tion of permanency. The discovery waa
made at a depth of 80 feet on the lower
A giant beef, of the Mangel Whim! va
riety ban been an object of curiosity this
"i;1" i a. i. Cornell s grocer), it la
about 30 inches in length, is perhaps 15or
10 inches through at the greatest diameter
and weighs 54 pound-). It was raised on
the farm of II. SunpkliH on lower Jump-off-Joe.
I' wa planted last May and
g-ew in the Held with no especial care.
Many ol its fellows rival it ineiztand
the Held where it grew presents the
appearance of having borne a crop ol
stump, wi'li the big hei-ta reaching a
loot or nioro out ol the ground. Thia
big vegi'lrbln is silint I lit vi rv forcih'e
evidence of tl.e fertility of our valleys.
F.noy&ble Winter Trip-:
A winter trip to Southern California
and Arixona via the famous Bhssta
Koute is one never to be forgotten. Ha
llowed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interest
and added sources of enjoyment under
its sunny skies, in tho variety ol inter
ests end added industries, in its prolific
vegetation and among its numberless
resorts ol mountain, shore, valley and
Two trains leave Portland daily
morning and evening for California.
These trains are i-quipped with the
moat improved pattern of standard and
tourist sleeping cars, and tho low rates
place the trip in reach of all,
Loves lienuty, values ri.ni fort,
appreciates economy. IKnco wo
men find peculiar satisfaction iu
tension Edge, Low Heel.
Cuct KtpvdiKtUm ol thU Sole Shot.
Oleknaa of Douglas.
Dolly Atlenbiirg, age I 17, and Lena
Thornton, one year lu r junior, killed a
Hum buck lail week near Whistler's bend
on the Umpdua ltiver, in a wild part ol
Domglae County. The girls are the
d tughtera of rancher-i living in that sec
tion and aie tine hunters, tsjlli usiinj '22
caliber rifles to kid grouse and j u k rab
bi ji. Tticy were out, with .her guns
and had ahot a hall doii'ii gnusewl.en
j they went to Hie river to see il the Wild
ge-e were coining in. jury tupped
down through tlie biu-h, and aa they
rewlie.1 the kI ii( the water they
heard the hu-li,s crashii.g mi the other
side of the stream. In h moment a line
buck shook Ih - l)i u li fiom Ins anlleie
and sulked into I he shallow w aier. The
buihci hid the lai I Haters and they
look aim. lVilley ivuiitvd throe and
both li'cl. I'ln) biii k iuiiiped atramht
iuto the air and came dow n on his knees.
He struggled In ins det and ran up the
hank Hi o the buthes. The gula went
a half mile up the river, got a b at and
croaied They Hacked tlie buck by
hlooil ma) ka mid fomnl him a.one dead
It aa than 100 varda lioiu where ho was
Prof. Kd K IU liaxay roiurnel Sat
urday Iro.u a week's soj )ur:i al Holland
Miss Jet-tie Mastin sptM.t several daya
of the latter part of the Wees, villtlug
THAT THIS I T V. V '
V v.aie jCf
IKAoa mh L; yy' 1
IS BHANDE0 V jy' J
ON EVERY ft & Jk
SHOE. ft xTTfrV law
i friends at Kerbr. Mias Matlin will de
part for her school duties at Portland on
Mr. W. Carter made Deer creek a buri-
neaa visit Thursday. Improve merits on
bis Thompson creek mine have liee n s'op
ped for the present.
The Drdcn and Kiphart schools will
close Friday next. The Dryden will
celebrate I he day by a basket social in
the evening. Tbe ladies are requested
to bring baskets.
Poor Toothless Ann. whose death was
chronicled in "KJilie'e" last, is not so
dead as some iwople take bim to be,
However, there is no telling how soon
such will be the case as he is very incc'i
"scared" probibly on aoco'in'. of the
departure of bis nurse.
On Nor. 2d, at high noon, at tbe resi
dence of the bride's mother, Mr. J. W.
Baird, Jr. and Misa Cora Maetin, two of
Drydiin's most esteemed young people,
were united in marriage by Kev, A. T.
Sboemake. The groom Is an enterprit-
ing rancher, and is owner of tbe Ureeu
Bartle.lt place wbich be purchased one
year ago on bis arrival from Cowlitz Co.
Washington. Tne bride is a daughter of
our worthy postmistress. May a long
and happy life be their lot.
Mr. Nocley spent Saturday at tirants
Dr. Majir was seen on our street!
Mr. U. Williams oi Urania Pass was in
Mr. Charles Crow was seen on our
streets last Friday.
Mr. Win. Trimble of Grants Pass pa d
our city a visit last Kund-iy.
Prof. Kghert Kibbins of Grants Pass
ia at work with the steel crew netr this
Mr. Htepben Abel was seen on lur
atie;ta jejterduy, alter his lung spell i f
Our enterprising stage driver, Mr W.
A. Massie, wile and daughter Mabel,
made Grants Pass a visit Friday.
Coming Events Local teachers' iueti
t He, November 10, 1001 ; IlxHocialat
the school house the evening of the ltilb.
All are cordially invited to attend boll .
Horn In the Ci ty of Merlin, Novem
ber 10, 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Oil, a
son. Tho mother and Bon are getting
along nicely, and so ia tbe father. Bin
it is difficult to tell which is most
elated, the (athsr or grandfather, both
were stepping high when last seen.
The steel crew, bridge crew and sec
tion crew were called away to Wolf creek
on Friday night where a freight waa
wracked. They reported 12 cars deruiled
and one man killed, of whom no identi
fication could be made.
"Dick" I want to compliment you and
"Bjb" for tbe brave efforts you both
have put forth in search of a wife, but
1 imagine if you were aa well acquainted
with the fair sex as I am, you would de
lay your search, for aa you become more
and more acquainted with their habits,
vou will find the natural propensity ol
the female kind ia to prey upon man, as
in all the dilferuut classes of the inos-
luilo, the female only is found to sling
bile and prey ujou man, while the male
lives on the juices of Dowers.
Hut "Bob" il you and "Dick" s ill
w ish to continue your search for your
ideal, just come dow n lo the Box social
the evening of the 1(1. h, and I will aid
you all I can in the right paths.
Mxiii.ii N i in r Hawk.
MIltl.lN NUTlis mOMTIIIX.
Weleel that winter is coming from
the cold nights we are having Mon
day morning we hail 8 degrees of reel
ing. O.ir icliool is progressing well, with
MIfs Chiles a aasitant teacher. Kd
Bland en'ered school Monday.
Mr. boil Gibaon and family are now
oc-jupying their new dwelling near the
The Mission Circle met Sunday juat
a'ter Sunday school. A good program
w.i'J rendered. Mrs. II. L. Keyto is
The girls are all Lujj- constructing
dainty rolored boxes in which to put
their hint lies for the supper iviturdav
Wo are having nice halmv w-aih ir,
ltisnsiiici a our CanaU weather in
StipleinlK-r. If the people ol Canada
C mid R' 0 tho 11 tl J weather wo aro having
In November, l!iiy w.ijid liko Id c juui
to our coa-it and locate wherooiirclini ce
i saluhri iih and whun c ild 1! n. ml
are newr known. Wi aro rec ivin
a iiuo p ipulaii in I- n Wh-i i i i, 1.1
from the col I :at of M un-'-i ta M
would c one if lliey could a 01 mil lie
farma llieie are not enhancing in valu
ai on this c ast. As 1 am wri iug an1
loo inn down on ilr.iv.i creec val'iiy tu d
tee thegmw iiig gi am an I th i w 1 1 ' -iug
so fresh ail green, then think of
the old aettled states and how every
thing freeaes up, it makee me gla'l to
know that I made a good choice in
coming to southern Oregon to go into
business, at thia location hia all the
enticeiiiMiits )aud advautiges tint a per
aon can aa'. Cropi have never twen a
failure, timothy cau Im raised on most of
our land without irrigation and with a
reasonable amount of irrigation we can
rai-e four crops of alfalfa in a xixm,
A great many cattle grit their on living
on the rang. Aa for fruit, we raise an
ah in. lame fir hum J us i and also p irt
a Ure amount. California buyers come
here and boy our applet, prunes and
pe i. hi-s. lahol them "California fruit"
and sell it as such in the eastern market
I'lini gives California a big ntma aa a
fruit railing section and wed ml get the
reputation that rightly belongs to us
Mrs. Henry waa seen oil our atreeta
one dav last week, selling soint Vrfrr
useful articles. She ia a very ambitious
lady, bat ao quiet that we think if she
would expa iaie mure on the quality of
lu-r g iiuls she wi iild sell more.
Well. "Dick," oi l bov, yon seemed to
think that we underrate your articles.
Far fioin it, "Dick," your writing ia
good, very logical, but we would like yi u
to give uu li'tle more news. Take a
-ul j-cl 'hat you cm master. Perhaps
wu sliuoid be protilrd tiv it. You S(nak
of the Coikiaa Blesseil be the old
Coi'kikr it is the best paper in South
ern Oregon. 1 think, "Dick" I niu-t
find on a wife, then your loind will te
Times sre good heie. We expect to
give notice of frtin marriage! her in c
sh-irl time, also mher inleiehtii.gVvi nr.
Th- mini r ere r-mly for w a er. O'l
H;-U 1 tioll i' dlVlibll a IO I II' W tl'
cu cviiiii rain. Tne wou-l liaineia an
fjrm r- ra" g-t a'oug with a 'mil
amount, the -miners need plenty of
water, but that mu-t be lell with th all
ru ng piuviilnice.
The health of our prople is good; no
sickness to report, no confusion in our
neighborhood. So we sre a peace lov
iog people, always busy; no use for
lawyers and but little use for doctors.
Greave Creek Creaveleta.
W. H. Hampton of Placer is quite ill.
We are having frcez:ng weather, finr
Mies Nellie Kuny ol Kenny viile bas
the chicken pox but ia not in danger
I visited Leland one day last week
and both Wilson and Virtue have a good
Mra. Oa-gier and little (daughfr Mar
garet of Leland visited friends at Hugo
TBillie Light and several of his good
looking ahters were, seen on the streets
of I'lacer at Sunday.
Mra. J. 8. W. Smith baa returned Irom
her visit to Washington. She aayssl e
had a splendid tiip.
Our butcher E. M. Light ia doing a
big business, be butchers twice a week
and. peddles Thursdays and Fridays.
George Porter has returned hcinn. He
says he does not care to return to Alaska.
That is right George, we have mote
nice girls here.
We were ghd lo hear of the wedding
of our young friend, Allen 8t. Denis
and Mary Richardson, nnd their many
friends wish them a long and happy life.
We think that we may boast of another
wedding soou. Kallik
Hon after all library hooks must posi
tively be returned to the librariun, ex
changing ol books not allowed. By
order of the Preti lent.
Mhs. T. P. Jciison, Sec'y.
THE STJC3-A.R IFIILSTIE STOKE
We will show you tho best lino of
JNW FAIL DItESS GOODS IN ALL NEW FABRICS.
Remember, we have
to get fronitlio East for the
Buy Your Dre
Fur Boas and Collarctts,
iew waist rattcrns in Black and Fancy Silks,
Black, White and Cream Allover Laces and Galoon Trimmings.
Flannel and Taffeta Ribbons, Ladies' Handkerchiefs from 5c to 1.50.
Look over our line of Outing Flannels, Fancy Dressing Saquc and Wrapper Flannels, Muslin Sheetin,,
quilt-00 cenls ' Renwml. have those White Lily Bats-ono roll makes a
1 All our Standard Prints 5c per yard tor 10 days. Six 200-yard spools of Best Thread for 25 cts
A select line of Men's and Ladies' Shoes and Underwear, combined with a first class Grocery No mat- .
ter what jou want, your chances are better for finding it all at lower price, quality consider
II. O. 3 ITS' A ! 0 V.
full ut Uu- I'ofniKitoffl.v mil see the ' Drtrti C
"It tftmp J that nothing short
of a miracle could save my little
daughter from an untimely
death," says Citv Marshall A.
H. Malcolm, of Cherokee, Kan.
"When two years old she was
taken with stomach and bowel
trouble and despite the efforts
of the best physicians we could
procure, she grew gradually
worse and was pronounced in
curable. A friend advised
and after giving it a few dan
she began to improve and final
ly fully recovered. She is now
past hve years of ai;e and the
very picture of health."
Said br all Druaalata.
Dr. Mile Madlcal Co- Elkhart, Ind.
Guts of Bicycles
Just to call your attention to the fact that I have Cut
$60.00 Bicycle for $35.00. $35.00 for $25.00.
Troubles of OH Drillers.
After about one week's most provoking
delay through the breaking of the tools
and the loaa of a piece of them, the work
of drilling waa resumed Friday, at the
plant of the Southern Oregon Oil Com
pany, at the Altlard place, east of town.
Tbe lost piece of steel could not be
"riehed" out of tlie well ro the alow
method of breaking it bad to be resorted
to. After that waa successfully dune
about thirty pounds of the aleel were
drawn out of the well by the suction
pump. After the steel waa pumped out
of the well tho work, oi drilling was re
sumed and went along most satisfactori
ly until this morning, the drill working
beautifully through eand and shale, when
the 14-foot tteel jar, weighing 1,200 lbs.
broke. A these jars had already been
welded three tni ei the cimpany has
decided to putcliase new ones, and this
noon wired to San Francisco for a new
set. In til 3 meantime a smaller tet of
jars on hand wili he worked. They will
not oermitas rapid dr.ilinj la. w il serve
well while awaiting the airival of lb)
new once. Ine well is at a depihof
1,200 feel. 0,1 d.illois have their own
troubles and the breakage and loss of
tooli is not among the least of them.
The old reliable The Weekly Oregonlan.
the latest invention for sponging
benefit of our lady customers.
: G c c c of Us and have them Properly Sponged
ASIC TO F3T7.TT! rTTTP.
New French Flannel Waist
CI Warranted all
MlliUUi Solid Leather.
Tin: iiuj sioiti;
k. ft 1
. VUfTSKHTS AC.
"'",n'"i a kfrh and UrarrlMI., ,
Bl'iinTrn" ,L J "A yz&ix
MUNN & Co.3s'B',Ke,.v Ynrk
PADDOCK'S BICYCLE DEN
I Buy Anything-
You may have seme articles among your possessions that you have nou,
for and never w ill have use for why not convert them into cash. I paj J()
cash for them. If yon are going to move away let me buy your Imuseholii
goods I will give you good prices.
Ike M. Davis,
Front St. Second-Hand ston
To Cure a. Cold in One Da.y
Tuke Laxative Drumo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W. Drove's signature is on
ea h box. 25e,
Great Luck of an Editor.
'For two yars all efforts to cure Ec
zema in the palm? of my hands failed,"
writes Editor II. N. Lester, of Syracuse,
Kan , "then I was wholly cured by
Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's the
world's best for Eruptions, tores and
all skin diseases. Only 25c at Dr.
dresg goods, which wo have
will look neater, set
and wear better,
WILL NOT SPOT
If the goods are BPONCHD
High Class Work its
of all kinds
Sloyer Drug Co.
I am now prt-ai! to furm,li fn,,p,r or
Lunch, lor !. or on
Mrs. L. A.Strobel,
Mr Darling-, lt!12 Howard St. Vuit Hn
roii, Mich , wri.es: "I have tricj n.any
ii'! ai d l..xaiives but Ih'.Vitt'a Little
Kaily ltiera are (ar the brat nil's I have
ever uej." "1 hey never gripe. Dr. W.
the Price of Bicycles,
$25.00 for $20.00.
EAST OF DEPOT.
HAVE TO SELT.
SOMEONE ELb MAY WANT
Many physicians are now prescribiu
L'.l,.l It n .... " f
mniui i-jdi"' vure re marly harii)
found that it is the best prescription the
can write because it is the one preotta
tion which contains the elemenUnei
sary lo digest not only some kindmi
... .,Ur .uu ii inereiorectim '
indigestion and dyspepsia no malls-!;
what its cause. Dr. Kremer.
The Best Prescription for i
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Ghoyi', I
jasieicsswiiu ionic. It is simply in,
and uuinine In a tasteless form. Nornr
no pay. Price 5oc.
been to considerable expense
Koiluk H 1 ma frc-li every week nt tna
A Great! Railway.
I Ii OiicH.i, Milwaiik A St. Paul Br
ia running Kle.;lriit l.iuhlfil Train'i!
t'o.iipartiiwnt Cara, til.nular.1 Sleep
in Cars, llufTdt Library Sinokinl
C'ara, lliniiiK Care and Coaches, be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, St. I'u'
liurT-l Oliaurvaiion Parlor Cars on daf
I ai ig between Chicago, St. I'a'il tai
Klu-lr c Lighted Traina ol SleepinnCaHi
liullVt Lil,raiy Smoking Cars, llininl
Cara and Coacliea between Chicago
ami Dis Moinc, Omaba ami ShjUI
Solid Traina be I m--n Cbicaao anJ
Konliem VVivcunain and tlie I'TP"
I'eniii'.iila f Micbigau.
Solid Traina between Chicago and I i
Miiini-Mita, Soiilliern and Central
Hie finest Dining Cara and S ecpinl
Cars. Electnc Heading Lauipa i
600 miles ol road in Hanoi, Wiscoa-.
.n, Ibe I (iper ri nineiila of Micli'H"".
Iowa, Minneauta, Miarouri, SoUlb
Hakoia and North Dakota.
Ticket Anta everywhere aell tickets
over the Chicago. Milwaukee. A s'
Paul Railway, or addreax C. J K ,l.v'
tiiueral Agent, 134 Third 8'.. Ho'1
IT. n.. Itr. I,... 11. K I' .if
' I look medicine 20 )er lor aeti B
bnl one bottle of One Minute Cough Cure
did me more food than any 11111111
durum lUatliuie. Beat Cough Core. Dr.
Kaveyou seen the Garland Air TiA'
al Cramer Croa?