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GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 22. 1902. '.
JOSEPH INK COUNTY OFFICERS.
Judge Abe Axtell
Clerk R. L. Martlet!
Deputy Clerk T. P. Judson
Sheriff Ed Lister
Deputy Sheriff Ernest Lister
Treasurer J. T. Taylor
Bchool f-upt Lincoln Savage
As.sesMr Chas. Crow
(Surveyor H. C. Perkins
Coroner T. A. Hood
Headmaster '. Geo. W. Lewis
Mavor W. F. Krenier
Auditor and Police Judge R. L. Davis
Treasurer Col. W. Johnson
City Attorney C. E. May bee
Marsnai jonn i.ocKiiarui
Street Sunt John Patrick
Council men Oeo. H. Binns
A. t. HouKh, J. H. Williams, C.
E. Harmon J. A. Kehkoof. Harrv
Lewis, Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt
Grants Pass t-odne A. V. & A. M.. No. 84.
regular communication first and third
Saturdays. Visiting brothers cordially
inriieu. ri. v. puiitr.n, i, . iu
A. J. I'm, Sec'y.
Royal Arch Masons Retimes Chapter No.
28 nice I s second and fourth Wednesday
.Masonic null. b. ujkwiu.
J. E. a tsrsos, Secy. H. P,
Eastern Star Josephine Chapter, No. 2ti
meets nrst anil mini weiinesaay
evemngB of each month in Masonic
hall. Mrs. a, Zollf.r.
MUS. AHN4 M. llOLHAH, W. M
I. O. O. F., Golden Hula Lodge No. "8,
meets every caturuay nigui ut i. w. j
V. hull. . In 11. Davis.
T. Y. Dan. Secv. N. G.
P. pan b,....a.nn...A..f t i i P Kn
meets second and fourth Thursday at
1. ii. r. nan, r bed dcumidt,
T. Y. Dkak. Sec'y. CP
Relwkahs Etna Rehekah, No. 4!l. meet.'
second and fourth Monday, I. O. O. F
hall. Essia Haktman, N.G
Mas. J. II. Demsoss Secy.
United Artisans Grants Pass Assembly
No. 411. meets alternate mesuavs in
A.O. U. W. nail. -F. E. Wehtzv
Fasp Mkmscu. v Master Artisan,
Woodmen of the World Rogue River
( amp No. 65, meets second and fourth
Wednesdays at Woodman Hall.
J At. Slovir,
C. E. Mayhkk, Consul Commander.
Women of Woodcraft Azalea Circle, No
1X2, meets tirst and third Mondays at
ESTELLA llEKRT, N. G
W. E. Peak, Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of America Grants Pass
( amp No. HOU7 meets 2nd and 4lh Wednes-
dav Evenings at Woodmen Jiall at 7:.w.
Chas. II. Marshall, V. C,
N. Reynolds, Clerk.
Foresters of America Court Josephine
k- nu ......... ..,!. Uo.1,. ..., ..,, I
the first, at A. O. U. W. hall.
J. V. Hai.e, C. R.
Q. N. Bolt, F.B.
Josephine Lodge, No. 112, A. O. U. W-
meets in A. u. u. v .nan, jjixou tmuu-
ing every Monday evening.
j. ti. m
IAI.E, M. V.
B A. Stahard, Recorder.
Hawthorne Lodge, No. 21, 1). of 11.. A. O.
U. W. meets every alternate Tuesday
evening in A. O I!. W. hall, Dixon
building, Mas. A. McCarthy,
Mrs. I.ydia Deah, C. of H.
Knights of Pythias Thermopylae No. 50,
meets each Tuesday night 7:30 I. O.
(). F. hall. J. T. Chausse,
Tom Williavs, C. C,
K. of R and S.
Grand Army of the Republic Gen. Logan
PostNu.it!, meets tiratWe'lnesd ay at
A.O. I'. W. hall. J. E. Peterson.
Alie Axteli, Adjt. Com.
American Order of Steam Engineers, Ore
gun Council No. 1, meets tirst and
third Saturdays, at A. O. V. W. hall.
Wm. II Ke.nney,
IIekj. F. Myrii k, Chiel Engineer
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Piactices in all State and Federal Courts
Ullice over First National Bank.
U. 8. DEPUTY
(i Hants Pahs,
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Denver&Rio Grande Railroad
Only transcontinental line
passing directly through.
SALT LAKE CITY,
Three splendidly equipped trains daily
TO ALL POINTS EAST.
Through Sleeping and Dining Cars
nd Free Reclining Chair Cars
The most magnificent scenery in
America by daylight.
Stop overs allowed on all classes of
For cheapest rates and descriptive
J. D Mansfield, General Agent,
IU Thud !t . Portland. Oregon.
I wish to inform the public that
I shall continue to make Photos in
I shall make Photos on either
the dull or glaze Guish paper as de
sired. . Orders taken for Photos from
Geo. Pheby's old negatives.
Mrs. C. J. Smythe.
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furmtare and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
The popular barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Bath room id connection
II. II. BARTON,
Full assortment of Watches, Clocks, Sil
verwear and Jewelry. A Good
Assortment of Bracelets and
Clemens' Drug Store.
J. M. CHILES
Fine Butter a Specialty
FRONTV and FOURTH STS.
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRESH and SALT
Ifvou have a good team, why
not have a good harness to match?
Get the best you can find for the
If you investigate before vou
buy, we are pretty sure to sell you
a set of harness.
All other horse goods up to the
L. A, Lucas & Son.
Grants Pass BankW & Trust Co.
I'AIIJ UP CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts a general Hanking business.
Receives deposit subject to check or on demand certificates.
Our rustomeia are assured of rnnrtMins irnttoni ,i4 ..nui.ia...;..n
sistent with sound bunking principles.
Safety deposit boxen for rent.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON'.
Receive deposits subject lo check or on certificate payable on demand.
Sells sight drafts on New York Han Francisco, and Portland.
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points in the United Mates.
Kjiecial Attention given to Collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and on all accessible oiiits.
It. A. IlOOTIt. Pres.
J. C. CAMI'HKl.L, Vice Pres.
II. I.. U1LKEY, Cashier.
0 It 13 13IV-J
The accumulated wisdom oi ten
generations can't keep a bojr from
eating Green Apples. You can
talk to him till you aie tired, but
t will do no good. lie simply
can't learn from any thing but bard
pit-of-the-stomach experience. He
X " I if Pi' H mi I ' -
must have his own belly ache before he will believe whst you tell him. Now,
men are just boys grown up. It isn't green apples sny longer, but it's the
same old comedy with new properties. It's the question, perhsps, of a Mowsr.
It's the old cblmsra of getting vslue without cost. It's the Mower which "is
just as good as the Osborne." And the lesson is only learned after the loss
ol many dollars yoo might have earned. Why not use the green-apple com
mon sense that yoo learned! as a boyT
ALL KINDS (P
llnrdwiire, Oil, 1'ulntis, Glum, Furni ItnrlcmeiitM.
x. 11. cii3iiirr.
Corner Cth and I streets.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADPOCK, Paopa.
I am prepared to furnish anything in the line of Cemetery work in any kind
of MAEBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience in tbe Marble business warrants my taring
that I can fill your orders in the very best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or Americas Granite or any kind cf
J. B. PADDOCK,
From street, Kext to Qreene's Oeaebop,
Every Chain Kills. At
Oppe. Optra House.
The fisherman, the sailor, the
yachtsman and everybody, is liable
to sudden attacks of disease.
Acts like magic for cholera, cramps,
sudden colds, or chills from ex
posure; Take no substitute. Price 35c. 50c.
M HORSE 1
J. Fit AN K WAT80N, Pres.
R. A. BOOTH, Vice-l'rea.
L. L, JEWELL, Cnhier.
J 3 WJ HI 03 1 .
THE COURIER'S IMPROVED PRINTING PLANT
New Simplex Type Setting
A Few Words Descriptive of this
Wonderful Piece of Labor
Siuoe tho Roruu River Courier has
been nuder the present management
the constant aim has been toward im
provement iu all ways. We desire to
give onr readers tho best . paper in
Southern Oregon and every effort is
being made to that end. The Courier
is tho first newspaper iu Southern
Oregon to install a type setting ma
chine, the first to adopt modern , up-to-date
printing methods and to dis
card the old. The Courier will keep
right to the front iu machine eqnip
nient.as in general excellence. We
cannot complain of our treatment by
the people of Josephine county. Tliey
arc giving us a most gratifying sup
port, and we appreciate it. The Cou
rier muiling list is exinuding rapidly
and constantly and the increase has
never been at a swifter rate than dur
ing tho present year of 11)02.
The recent addition to our print
ing plant is one of great importance
and increases its efficiency and capac
ity in a very great degree.
We cordially invite tho readers of
thisjpiijier'to'oiill at the office at any
time during the day and witness the
operation of the machine. Believing
onr friends will bo interested iu
knowing something of this fine piece
of mechanism, we present herewith a
cnt of the Simplex, and a description
which will enable anyone to under
stand its working:
The machine was received at this
office direct from the factory at Man
chester, Conu., in the K. D. state,
and boxed fur shipment weighed near
ly 22,000 pounds. Tho manufac
turers sent one of their exjiert ma
chinists, Mr. Howard Davis of Chica
go, to install tho machine and in iui
incredibly short time after tho first
Ikix wiw mipuckcd ho hud the differ
ent jmrts assembled and the Simplex
assumed is jirojuT npis'iirance.
It is pruliahle that on no labor suv
ing. machine has more time and money
been i-xjeiidcd than on a device to set
and distribute tye. For over a cen
tury inventors have straggled with
the. question, aud while their efforts
were jsirtially successful, it has only
been iu tho'iaist 10 years that a prac
tical machine has been put on the
market. It seems like an impossi
bility that any combination of ma
chinery other than, that encompassed
in the human body could separate
nearly a hundred characters, pick
them up again, form them iuto words.
combine the words into sentences and
place them iu readiness for that older
but none the less marvelous result of
brains the modern printing press.
The Simplex diss it though, and
diss it five or six times as fast as the
most rapid compositor.
It was easy to make mistakes In (he
old way. An V would slip in the'h'
box or a'd' In the 'n' box, but the Sim
plex can make no such mistakes.
The operator can and doubtless will
continue to make mistakes, but they
will bo fewer than before and the
liardships of the proof reader will be
considerably lessened and the sensi
bilities of the critical newsiMisr
nailer shocked less frequently than
It would be almost an Impossibility
to give an accurate description of this
wonderful machine and the only way
to get even a faint idea of its possi
bilities is to examine its workings.
We publish a picture which is ac
curate as far as general aj araiices
go, bnt of course gives no idea as to
how it is oj rati d.
The Simplex trpe setter uses just
the same kind of tyj as is set by
hand, hiwh individual type has a
separate combination of "nicks" or
notches cnt on the i-dge, aud on this
fact is bawd the fundamental prinei.
plu of the machine. As will be noticed
in the 1 letnn. tlm l.al i.t tl,u Ui..,
Machine Installed and Now
in the Office.
plex consists of two cylinders, one
above and rotating on the other.
In both cylinders, extending vertical
ly their full length, are 90 parallel
channels, each channel correspond
ing to some one typo.
To distribute tho typo in the first
place, the channels of tho upper
cylinder are filled with "dead mat
tr"(type that has been used) and it
is revolved step by step. At each
step or movement of tho distributer
cylinder the bottom type of each line
of dead matter is tested by tho wards
or channels of the lower cylinder, un
til it fliulB one exactly corresponding
aud drops down into the lower mng
aziuo. Tho lower magazine is station
ary and at tho bottom of each chan
nel it contains a lever Which is con
nected with a keyboard similar to
that of a typewriter. When a ehar
acter on the keyboard is pressed down
the lever releases tho corresponding
character from tho channel and de
posits it on a rapidly moving disc
which carries it around the machine
to a "packer"which packs tho letters
into a line iu their proiier order, iu
an upright position, or, to use a
printer's phrase, "standing on their
feet." A long lino of type rapidly
forms in front of the operator, and
when ho has enough for his purpose
he whirls his chair around, and with
a small instrument called a "grab'
separates enough from tho long lint
to mako the line tho measure he is
setting. This ho justifies or
"sinces", and then takes another line
and so on. When two persons are
working at tho sumo time, one tsT-
ats tho keyboard and the other dis s
the sjiacing. As soon as one line is
sjiaced it is automatically pushed back
to mako room for another and at the
(tamo time tho matter is leaded if so
After tho machine is once iu ojM ra
tiou all that is necessary in the way
of distribution is to place a galley
of dead tyisj on the side of the
upper cylinder in a place prewired
for it. It docs tho work jsTfectly,
aud while it is apimrcutly simple, it
would be imK)ssihlo to explain the
matter intelligently, so wo won't
try, but again invite you to come mid
see for yourself.
Tho Simplex is small and comjiaet,
and occupies no more floor scn than
an ordinary coal stove, and while it
took brains and lots of them to invent
it, it is of remarkably simple con
strnciou and not at all liable to get out
We have had it in operation only a
few days, but that is long enough to
discover Us) trait worth, and every time
wo seo it work, with alomst human
intelligence, wo feel like taking ol,
our hat in its presence.
It is certainly the best and most
wonderful machine that ever graced a
Reveal i a Crut Stent.
It Is often asked bow such startling
cures, that puzzle the best physicians,
araelfected by Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. Here's the secret.
Items out the phlegm and germ-infected
mucous, and lets the life-giving oxygen
enrich and vitalise the blood. It heals
the inflamed, cough worn throat and
lungs. Hard folds and stubborn coughs
soon yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
the most infallible remedy for all Throat
and Lung disesses. Guaranteed bottles
50c and 1. Trial bottles free at Dr.
WasiiixiiToM, May 12, 1902.
"I consider that we bsre achieved a
rsmaikable success and that we have
demonstrated to tbe satisfaction of the
most skeptival the immense practical
benefits to be derived from the intelli
gent application of scientific knowledge
to the sisuplest agticultural subjects,"
aid the secretary of agriculture, when I
called on him Saturday. Mr. Wilson
had before hiiu a telegram from Professor
Whitney, chief of the bureau of soils,
giving the prices at which the shade
grown Sumatra tobacco, raised under the
supervision of the bureau of soils, has
sold at public auction. ''We have long
known that Professor Whitney's experi
ments had proved successful," contin
tiuued the secretary, "but we realized
that the actual demonstration would
couio when the tobacco, grown in accord
ance with our system, came to be sold
under the hammer. The crop averaged
$1.25 per pound, as against an average
slightly under 25 cents, which the native
Connecticut tobacco has brought. The
crop produced an average ol 1,000 pounds
per acre and the profit was $1 per pound
net. We consume $0,000,000 worth of
this wrapper tobacco annually. It will
therefore require that but 11,000 acres be
devoted to this variety of tobacco, and
tbe saving to the country of money, for
merly spent outside its limits, will
amount to $(3,000,000. The whole credit
of this experiment belongs to Professor
Whitney and bis system of soil survey,
by which it was discovered that there
existed in the Connecticut valley soil
precisely like the Sumatra soil on which
has been grown for years the wrapper
tobacco we have imported.
"But our work is just begun. We
now import Dller tobacco to the amount
o $8,000,001) annually. Our soil sur
veyors are searching for localities which
will grow that, and believe they have
found the proper soil in sections ol
Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina and
Texas. In a tew years I believe we will
be able to grow at homo $14,000,000
worth of tobacco, which wo formerly Im
ported, and at an extremely handsome
profit to the grower. If wo could per
suade cougress to appropriate sufficient
funds to carry on this work en a scale
commensurate with its importance, we
would be able to make more rapid prog
ress, but we have reason to feel well
satisfied at our progress so far." While
Secretary Wilson gives to Professor Whit
ney all the credit for the discovery of
the "Sumatra soil," etc., it is only fair to
say that Professor Whitney has received
every encouregoment from the secretary,
who immediately grasped the scope and
importance of the soil survey, and under
whose protection tho former division ol
soils has become a bureau with largely
Representative Henry of Connecticut,
whom I saw Satuiday, is no less en
thusiastic than bocretury Wilson over
the great success of the tobacco experi
ments, which he believes will very ma
terially add to the agricultural resources
of his state.
The sudden death of Representatives
Cummings, Otey and Salmon suspended
all business in the house of representa
tives during the early part of last week,
and the only legislation enacted was the
tiill providing for admission as states ol
Oklahoma, Arizona and New Mexico.
This week the house expects lo take up
tne naval appropriation bill after passing
the bill of Representative Adams, which
will so amend the statutes as to permit
the issue of passports lo the residents ol
our insular possessions. Saturday was
devoted to eulogies of tho late Repre
sentative Polk of Pennsylvania and the
late Senator Kylu of South Dakota.
All last week in tho senate was de
voted to the Philippine bill, with the
prospect, at this writing, that the mess
ure will not be disposed of beforo tlye
first of June. When shorn of parti
san flamboyance, tho iliirnreuces be
taeen the democrats and the repub
licans are vastly less than the public
would Fiippostf. In so far as tho bill is
concerned, the democrats hold that it
gives too great Power to the Philippine
commission, which, by Its provisions, is
authorized to lease and sell public lauds,
to grant franchises ami permits lo cut
lumber, etc. In ngrd to policy, the
democrats claim that there should be a
declaration that, when the Filipinos have
demonstrated Iheir ability to govern
themselves, they would !u granted com
plete free. loin in inlerniil allairs, with
such an internal protectorate as this
guveriimeut now proposes to exer
cise over Cuba. As many republicans
believe that to he tlm en I at which the
United Stales will eventually arrive in
dealing with the islands, and as II seems
extremely possible tl.ut it might be a
quarter of a century or more lcluru the
Filipinos could demonstrate their ra
pacity for sell government, it will he
seen that, did nut politics figure so
argely in lliu matter, it would not be
difficult for the two parties to arrive al a
uniform policy in regard to the islands.
Senator Islii has already asked that
a day be set for a vote on lint bill, but
the How of oratory is rot to he checked
at present. Of courne, tin t.i Is little
doubt but tint the present bill, with,
perhaps, some minor amendments, will
Tho arrangement for the coming un
veiling of the UjchauiUMU statue on the
square opposite the white house and on
the same equaru on which the statue fo
Lafayette now stands, are progressing
with exceeding smoothness. The Count
de Rochambsau, with a largo parly ol
distinguished Frenchmen, will partici
pate arid will bs attended in Washington
by a de'iid of marines from a French
warship. F.lsburute exercises will be a
feature of the unveiling and the presi
dent will give a dinner party to the dis
tinguished gties's, Ninety invitations
will be l-siied.
On Thursday last .Mrs. Roosevelt gave
a lawn party iu the grounds of the while
hnure. Handsome tents were pit. dud
for the accomodation of the guests and
the Marine band was iu attendance
During the afternoon the president made
his appearance, looking very debonaire
in the riding costume which be had
dunned prepatory to his customary after
noon ride. He strode about, clanking
his spurs in apparent enj jyment of their
rattle, and greeting his wife's guests iu
his usual cordial manner, (Iyer three
hundred guests were iu attendance aud
tbe affair was voted great success.
Homes Furnished Complete
New Goods THis Week
Iron lfcds-Oil Cloths-Paper Napkins-Dusters
Table Dish Mats Cotton Felt 3Iattress
Picture Mouldings Tables.
CJo dirts. Moro New
JNow Uoods. , New Dining Chaira. New
Rockers. New. Art Squares. New Office
Chairs. Window Shades. Lace Cur
tains. We arc Closing out some Sofa Pillow Covers, regular
50o goods 20 cents each,
Kugs - 65 "
Tents . - $3,45 up.
Tin Tea or Gofleo Tots 10c. Coffee Mills 10c up. Wring
era $1.50 up. Wash Boards 20c up. Wash
Boilers 85c up. '
Headquarters for things for the House.
(Articles for this column are con
tributed by the Women's Christian
Tho refrnlnr moot lug of tho W. O. T.
U. will be held nt tho homo of Mrs.
13. A. Vinlo, May 811, nt 3:80 p. m.
Pray and go forward. It is tlmo to
do a great work.
The winning' of tho world is a cum
pnlK, not a skirmish.
What is being done olHowhere?
Sunday bws are strictly enforced in
Honolulu. Not only are all saloons
mid bars kept tightly closed, and stores
forbidden lo Hell, but any one who at
tempts to piny bull or indulge in any
other sport on Hunday is carried be
fore n nuiKlHtriitc'to pay a fine or go
GAMBLING WAR AT SEATTLE.
A gambling war , tho like of which
has never been known eveit ill wicked
Seattle, is clearly imminent. That
trouble Ih uhead 8 a matte that needs
no prophet to foretell.
A s'cnliiiratutoof affairs, heretofore
unknown in tho city, cxixts. The
Milieu have orders from Chief Bulli-
vati to protect what is known hero as
"the big houses," while what is term
ed "tlm outsiders" are sisitively de
nied the right to gamble. If they
o'ii tho miIIco close them inatiuiter.
There ure four litrgo houses lnosrn
tiou at present, nil of which belong to
the gambling combine, und are roc lov
ing ailice protection for uiNt political
favors. "Tex" Hloknrd, who is not
in the combine but who alleges that
he mid to Humes, political manager In
the liiat campaign 1(XK) for the privi
lege of running liia gambling house,
has twice hecu closed by the police.
Hicknrd hjijh he was given the
promise that he could gamble In this
city if he laid his iixHoHsmcht of the
amtigii fund, ami he emphatically
lectures that he will fight tho prom-
iti on to n finish before ho will be
"iut out of the business."
The Aiili-HnliHiu League is also tak
ig a hand, and there are irmMets of
a clniw-ihiwii in gambling circles soon.
Shikc Into Your Shots
Allen's Foot-Kane, a powder. It cures
painlul, suiartini; nervous feet and In-
urowirnj nails, and instantly takes the
stiiK out of corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery 'of the afe.
Allen's Foot Kase makes tight or new
hoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired sching
feel. Try it to day. Sold by all drug
liists and shoe stores. Hy mail fur L'rc.
in stamps. Trial package Free. Ad-
liess, Alton H. Olmsted, Le Itoy, S. Y.
IU. L Z. 11. Column
ones just in. New PriceB,
There are funds in tbe City Treasury to
redeem the following outstanding War
rants, protested to December 1st, 1898
interest on same will cease after this
No. No. No. No.
Li 13 1229 12.17 1248
1LT.9 1271 1282 ' 1214
1224 12W 1251 1SK)
12i"i8 12HU 1215 1221 '
1241 1248 12IJ1 1279
12(16 1195 121-8 1242
1257 1 2(16 1278 1291
1216 1230 1239 1254 .
12(17 1277 12H8 1220
12:14 1222 1256 .1270
1270 1 290 1 227 1232
1243 1253 1273 1280
1287 1226 1233 1244
1252 1 2H9 128J1 1290
12i8 1231 1245 1262
118 '1280 1294 1217'
1124 847 1238 1205
I2S1 1292 1225 1144
. 1250 1255 1247 1285
12113 1 219 1230 1249
12o4 1274 1284.
Dated at Grants Pass, Oregon, At
Col. W. Joiinsom,
Reduced Re. lea to the Ea.et.
Those contemplating ati eastern
trip will bo interested to know that
there will short! v lm mi mil., omntl-r
reduced into tickets iu connection
with the Klo Grande system. the turn.
oua "Cenio Line of Tho World."
This lino offers its tnaaenimra a
most delightful aud comfortable jour
ney to all eastern points.
It is the only transcontinental lino
passing directly through picturesque
Halt Lko City "Tho City of The
Huiuts," beautiful Glen wood Springs,
Load villo, Pueblo, Colorado Spring
(where a side trin nuiv bo miule to tho
Oarch a of tho Gods aud tho summit
or Pikes' Peak over the cog-wheel
railroad), mid Denver, the queen city
of the iuter-mountuin reirinn. Rtnn.
overs are allowed 011 all classes of
Three daily express trains make
olose connections with all trains oast
ami west and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The eoniti.
meut of these trains Is the best, in
cluding free reclining cbalr cars,
standard and tourist slee rs, a per
fect dining car service, and also per
sonally conducted excursion cars, each
in churuo of a comtieteiit iraldn whoau
business is to look utter the comfort
of his guests. No moro pleasant and
inexis'iisivo menus of crosaiug tho
continent can bo found than is pro
vided by these excursions.
tor additional details, address,
J. D. Mansfield, Uou'l Atfti
Rio Graudo Linos,
124 Third 8t., Portland, Oregon.
Biiitilia' UanUrurT Pomade
Stops Itching scalp upon one applica
tion, three to six removes all dandruff
and will stop falling hair. Price 00c.,
at all druggists. For tale by Blover