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. . VOL. XVII.
GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1902.
No. ' 23.
JOSEPHINE t'Ol'NTY ( FFICER8.
Jodge Abe Axtell
Commissioners J''.,n,n w"lls
, , INick Thus
Clerk K. L. Bartlett
Deputy Clerk T. P. Judson
fehenrl ... Kd Lister
Deputy Sheriff Ernest Lister
Treasurer J. T. Tavlor
School Supt Lincoln Savage
surveyor H. C. Perkins
Coroner T. A. Hood
Boadmaster ...... . Geo. W. Lewis
Mayor W. F. Kremer
Auditor and 1'olice Judge R. L. Davis
Treasurer Col. W. Johnson
City Attorney C. K. Slav bee
Marshal John Lockhardt
Street Supt John Patrick
Councilnien Oeo. H. Hinns
A. C. Houtrh J. H. Williams, C.
E. Harmon J. A. Kehkoof, Harrv
lewis, Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt
Grants Pass I.odge A. F. ft A. M., No. 84.
regular communication first and third
Saturdavs. Visiting brothers cordially
invited. H. C. Uobizkh, V. M.
A. J. Pike, Sec'y.
Royal Arch Masons-lteanies Chapter No.
M meets second at d fourth Wednesday
Masonic ball. L. L. J iwill.
J. E. iTxesoa, Secy. H. P.
Eastern Star Josephine Chapter,' No. 2u
meets nrst mm hum Wednesday
evenings of each month in Masonic
hall. Mas. H, Zollkr.
Urn. Ahiu M. Holm an, V. M.
I. O. O. F., Oolden llule l-odire No. 78,
meets every Saturday night at I. O. U.
K. hall. lux M.Davis,
T. Y. Df an, Secy. N. G.
Paran Encampment I. O (). F. No.
meets second and fourth Thursday at
I.O. (. K. hull, Kkku Schmidt,
T. Y. Okak. Mec'v. C. P.
Rebekahs Etna Uflwkah, No. 49. meets
second and fourth Monday, I. O. (I. F.
hall. Kssia Hahtham. N. ti,
Mas. J. 11. Dxaisos, Secy.
United Artisans-Grants Pass Assembly
No. 49. meets alternate Tuesdays in
A.O. U. W. hull. F. E. Wktz,
Fkxu Mkfi ii, Muster Artisan,
Woodmen of the World Kogue Kiver
Camp No. 55, meets second and fourth
Wednesday at Woodman Hall.
C. E. Mayiiik, Consul Cuinmaiider.
Women of Woodcraft Azalea Circle, No.
IKi, meets lirst and third Mondays at
Kktklla Hkhky, N. U.
W. E. Dias. Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of America Grants Pass
Camp No. hou7 meets 'nd and Ith Wtdnes
dav Lveningi at Woodmen hall at 7::tO.
diss, 11. Marshall, V. C.
N. Reynolds, Clerk.
Foresters of America Court Josephine
No. '.!, meets each Wednesday except
the first, al A. U. U. W. hall.
J. P. Hale, C. R.
0. N. Bolt, F. S.
Josephine Lodge, No. Hi. A. O. V. W.
meets in A. O. I'. W.hall, Dixon build
ing every Monday evening.
J. 11. Mi!, M. W.
B A. Stabu, Kecorder.
Hawthorne Lodge, No. 21, 1). of H., A. 0.
U. W. meets every alternate Tue-sday
evening in A. O l'. W. ball, Dixon
buililint. Mas. A. McCarthy,
Mas. Lvoia Dram, C. of H.
Knights of Pythias Thermopylae No. SI),
meets each Tuesduy night 7:3U I. O.
O. F. hall. J. T. Chuusse,
Tom Willi a, C C,
K. of R and S.
Grand Army of the Republic Gen. Logan
Post No. :t!i, meets lirst Wednesd ay at
A. U. I'. W. hall. J. E. PtTiRsoN.
Alie Axtkli, Adjt. Com
American Onler of Steam lingineers, Ore
gon Council -No. 1, meets tirt and
third Saturdays, al A. O. V. W. hall.
WM. 11. K INN KY,
Bej. y. Myhici, Chief Engineer
Practices in all Slate and Federal Courts
Uifice over First National Bank.
U. 8. DEPUTY
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Denver t 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
snd Free Reclining Chair Cars
The most magni6rent scenery in
America by daylight.
Stop overs allowed on all rlatsei of
For tbeapett rates and descriptive
J. D Minefield, General Agent,
124 Third St , Portland. Oregon
Iwish to inform the public that
I shall continue to make Photos in
I shall make Photos on either
tbe dull or glaze finish paper as de
sired. Orders taken for Phot from
Geo. Pheby's old negatives.
Mrs. C. J. Smythe.
N. E. JIcGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furnitire and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
The popular barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Bath room in 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
FRONT 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 you
buy, we are pretty sure to sell you
a set of harness.
All other horse goods up to the
L. A, Lucns & Son.
Grants Pass Barikinsr & Trust Co.
I'Alir IT CAPITAL STUCK
Transacts a General Hanking business.
Keceives deposits subject to check or on
Safety deport boxes for rent.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
lieceive deposits subject to check or on certificate payable oil demand.
Sells sight drafts on New York San Francisco, and Portland.
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points in the United States.
Special Attention given to Collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and on all accessible points.
R. A. HOOTir. Pres.
J. 0. CAMntKLL, Vice Pres.
II. L. 01LKKV, Cashier.
The accumulated wisdom of ten
generations can't keep a boy from
eating Green Apples. You
talk to him till you aie tired
it will do do good. lie simply
can't learn from anything but bard
must have bii own belly ache before be will believe what you tell him. Now,
men are just boys grown op. It isn't green apples iny longer, but it's tbe
same old comedy with new properties. It's tbe question, perhaps, of a Mower.
It's the old chimera of getting value without cost. It's the Mower which "is
just as good is tbe Osborne." And the lesson is only learned after tbe loss
ol many dollars you might have earned. Why not use the green-apple com
mon sense that you learned as a boy ?
ALL KINDS OF
Hardware, Oil, litlu t, (iliiN,Farm ImrlrmcntM.
. Corner 6:h and I streets.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADIOCK, Paora.
I am prepared to furnish anything In tba line of Cemetery work in any kind
if MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearlr tbirtv Tears of tinsrlaiiM In t l ..kl. kn.inu t
- ' 1 -
that I can All your orders In tba very beat
laniurnisn work in (scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind of
a . J. B. PADDOCK,
Front Street, Reit.to Greene's Gwbahop. "
Every Grain Kills. At
Oppo. Opera 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.
tre"e' " "very consideration con-
j. FKASK WATSON, Pres.
K. A. HOOTK, Vice-I'res.
L. L. JEWELL, Cashier.
wwv.uvw ..IIMJM IUJ MflUg
rH HORSE Ng)
1T" I mm
June 2, 1902.
Goorge E. Chamberlain, Multnomah county, Dom.
William J. Furnish, Umatilla county, Hmmbllcau.
A. J. Hunsaker, Yamhill county. Prohibition
R. R. Uyan, Marion county, Socialist
FOR SUPREME JUDGE.
Robert S. Btn, Lane county, Re-publican
B. ;i Honhain, Marion county, Domocratio
C. J. Bright, Sherman county, Prohibition
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
C. V. Iiarzoe, Vao county, Soi-lullst
N. A. Davis, Umatilla county, Prohibition
Frank I. Dunbar. Clatsop county. Republican . . . .
D. W. Scain, Polk county, Democratic. . . . ,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
Henry Rlackman, Morrow county, Democratic.
T. S. McDnnlel, Multnomah county, Prohibition..
Charles S. Moore, Klamath county, Republican...
V. V. Myers, Clakamas county, Socialist
FOR SUPT. OF rUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
J. H. Aokerman, Multnomah county, Republican.
R. V. Kelwy, Yamhill county, Prohibition
W. A. Wann, Lane county, Deniocralio
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL.
A M.Crawford, Douglas county, Republican......
T. II. (ioyne, Tillamook county, prohibition
James H. Raley, Umatilla county, Democratic. . . .
FOR STATE PRINTER.
V. W. Bmoks, Multnomah county, Prohibition. .
James E. Godfrey, Marion county,' Democratic ... ,
J. E. Hcwmer, Murion county, Sociulist
J. R. Whitney, Linn county, Republican ,
FOR CONGRESS-lst Distrlol
nirnm Gould, Yamhill county, Prohibition
H. F. Rmnp, DougluH county, Socialist
Thomas II. Tongue, Washington county, Rep. . . .
J. K. Weatherfoi'd, Linn county, Demooratlu
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR.
T. T. Geer, Marion county, Republican.
C. E. S. Wood, Multnomah county, Democratic. . . .
K. SL ElK-rle, Josephine county, Prohibition
W. C. llule, Josephine county, Republican
Marcus W. Hobliins, JoHephine county, Socialist . . .
R G. Smith, Josephine county, Democratic
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
J. O. Booth, Josephine county, Democratic
Stephen Jewell, Josephine county, Independent. . . .
.Ifthn It. PHiltliu'lf. .liiiionlitnA n.nittl u.u.l..liu.
John H. Williams, Josephine county, Republican!
George W. W'imor, Josephine county, Prohibition.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Gurett Crockett, Josephine county, Republican. . ,
John Hackett, Josephine county, Prohibition
C. F. Lovelace, Josephine county, Democratiu . . . .
Charles Woolllle, Josephino county, Socialist
T. Y. IX'iin, Josephino Icottnty, IXunoeratlo.
W. M. Hair, Josejihine county, Prohibition
Gem-go W. Ix-wis, JoMiphlne county, Rupublican. .
H. II. Triplett, Josephine county, Socialist
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
R. L. Ilurtlott, Josephine county, Republican . . .
G. II. Fenn, Josephine county, Sooiiillst
V. K. Root, Josephine county, Prohibition
J. A. Slover' Josephino county, Democratic
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
J. P. Gnleenor, Josephine county, Soeiallst
J. M. Ishain, Josephino county, Prohibition
C C Presley, Josephine county, Republican
J. T. Taylor, Josephino county, Demoerutlc
W. II. Fullin, Josephino county, Republican
Ed F. Hathaway, Josephino county, Dtiiiocratlo. .
N. Revniilda, Josephino county, Socialist
C. C. Taylor, Josephino county, l'rohlbltion
W. C. Long, Jimeiihino county, Prohibition
it. O. McC'ulloch, Josephine county, Republican. . .
II. C. Perkins, Josephino county, Democratic
W. F. Kivmer, Josephino county, Demoerutlc.....
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. .
Win. W. Fldlcr, Josephino county, Democratic...
C. E. May bee, Josephino county, Republican
I. L. LoiilsgiKuit, Josephino county, Democratic. . ,
J. C. Handle, Josi'phlno county, Republican
FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR
A. Morris, Josephino county, Republican
C. E. Abruhum
J. M. Johnston '
For swine running at large
For swino running at large
For County High School
For County High School
Initiative and Referendum
InitiutlVB and Referendum
Holds t'p a Conjrcumsn.
"At the end of tl.e campaign." writes
Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant en
Itrnssman, "from overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep and constant
speaking I had utterly collapsed. It
seemed that all the organs in my body
wera out of order, but three bottles of
Electric Hitlers msde me all riaht. It's
the best all-around medicine ever sold
over a druaiisl's counter." Over
worked, run-down men and weak, sickly
women gain splendid health and vitalii.
(rom Electric Hitlers. Try them. Only
50c. Guaranteed by Dr. Kremer,
1'I00 In Prizes for Kodak: Pictures,
(let a Kodak and win a Prize.
No. 2 Bullseye
AND ALL OTHER KINDS
For Pale by
A. E. Voorhics.
55 1 3
78 54 13 20
108 121 85 63
U8j 80 38 6 20
128! 80 48 10
88' IOO! 71
80 74 64
02 61!: W.
1071 8.5 35
170 123 105!
Amendment no. '.
271 30 20t
225 1311 167
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Shake Into Your Shots
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It curia
painlul, nearting- nervous feet and in
growing nails, and instantly takes the
sting out of corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot Ease makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure lor
sweating, callous and hot, tired aching
leet. Try it to day. Hold by all drug
gists ami shot stores. Hy mail for 25c.
in stamps. Trial package Free. Ad
dress, Allen 8. Olmsted, La Roy, N. Y.
There are funds in tbe City Treasury to
redeem the following outstanding War
rants, proles tel to Iiecember 1st, 1898
interest on sains will erase after this
No. No. No. No.
1213 1229 1237 1248
126U 1271 1282 1214
1224 1240 1251 1200
1268 189 1215 1221
1241 1246 121,1 1279
1296 1196 1218 1242
1257 1200 1278 1 291
1216 1230 12.19 1264
1207 1277 1288 120
1234 1222 1 256 1270
1276 1290 1227 1 232
1243 1253 1273 1280
1287 1226 1233 1244
1252 I2W 1283 jy.sj
12iH 1231 1246 122
1208 12HI) J294 1217
1124 847 1238 1205
1281 1292 1226 1144
1250 1265 1247 125
129.1 1219 l2:i 1249
1204 1274 1284.
Dated at Grants Fata, Oregon, A
Cou W. Joiimsox,
Notlct Is hereby given that I will not
be responsible lor any debts contracted
by my wile. Mra. Gertie E librae.
March 24, 1902. 11. E. Euaasa.
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LOVE TIIE AMERICAN GIRLS.
Masr Kor.lan llliliaiala Have Fall.
mm Victims to tht I'haroia of
During the past l' ur IS jears there
lint bt-i-ii a rcui rks tile iiicr nr In the
riuintur of Init-rniitici,)!! in.-irrlngt-i In
diplomatic circl. , mi't the prviotn!er
ance of Aun-ricjiti t,ri-- in tlifse al
ii n nccs litis bt't-n iiiii 1 k-'l :i s to pror
the snlij.rt of tiiiH-h comiiiiiit at all
Ihe prih-int courts of the world.
This k'1'!" r n I pr f run-lit colifct it tit-
prohiihl the irnt-i;i--l tt-iiiitiioiiisl to
Ihr- Httinctii i,f.H of ( oliitntiin't
c'euulit' r which could ,i,'-ili: br pre-st-nict!,
for. be It kuou 11, n itinj'.rily of
the fort iiti powers r. lo the dip:
lomiiti in their ri'-. the moil cm
piiutir c!i-'uri.o tut nt tf innrrlnifes
with fair reM(! nt of the l.'nitrd
So foniiiil.ilile l the ol.J. ctloti that
any member of the (ti rtiiitti '-iploinstii-
Corp Mho wl-lie to Hr'l our of tin
prrtty ooiiint of the reiuli!ic miui
Hrst m-eiirr specilil pertlil-fcioli from
the einpi-ror, un'l this is rery seldom
frrnnteil. Our roti,:iitiic 011ug Teuton
diploiiist ttlm i'j .n ulli fied thin itijuiic
tion some ar. :u" was rlUtuisstd
from the Mire iiti'l line only reren(l
been reintnfe,l; morrov. r. i-r.e of the
ablet (i.-rtu.in fiip'onmt., w ho has ren
dered hlk t',ert. no tit i li- :t : 1111 Ide serv
ice in the fAr .nit. hut ws Inn lmpa
lient t(; lend n hi-iiu' i f n ! A 11 i-riciiti gir!
t.i the aitur t' w :i i 1 iijion the tardy
povt between kii-tf nti'l Iterlin, sn
suuiuinrily deposed am hat never been
able to secure rotorutlnu lo the serv
ice. Wood I
Hide to furnish 3n cords of 4-foot pins
wood will be received by
Ga.t.srs Pass Saw Watek,
I.iuitr 1 1'owna Co,
A Fine Lino as well as tho Cheapest.'" '
More New Iron Beds. New Go-Carts.
New Dining Tables. New Carriages. -
New Tents and Tent Sheets.
G Handled Cups and Saucers
0 9-inch Quccnswaro Tl
House-Lining Papers Full Lino. : '
Wall Paper An Immcnso Line. All Trices.
(Articles for this column are con
tributed by the Women's Christian
Tim rcKiihir miliiiK of tho W. O.
T. V. will ho held at, the home, of Mrs,
E. A. Wndc, June 0, at 2 :!)() p. 111.
Kind your work whorovcr Christ
Iiiih put you. 1) whiitovcir I10 giyen
you to do. Strivo to bo full of Christ
then strive to ho Christ to the soule
iilxmt you thai, nro lost- and jxTisli
iiiK, or that nro in need or sorrow.
Seek to iniiku 0110 little sHit in this
world briKhtcr, bcttitr, jiurcr. Christ
lius redeemed you and lifted you up,
that you may redeem and lift up
other souls alKiut you that nro In need
of help. Sunday School Evangelist.
FA N ATICS-SO CALLED.
Tho consecrated men niiil women
who arc clointf nil in (lielr jxiwcr to
removo (lie curse of intoxicating
liquor from I he land, no doubt some
times bcconii) worried over the hard
things Kalil uliout tliem. Those whose
boys and Kirls Ihey nro trying to save
from ilestruclliiii, often ciikiiK" in
criticism, callliiK the tellls-rance peo
ple "fanatics," "enemies of hthoiiii1
liberty," iiml "imtsoiih with ou
It is well enougli that thero is
Christ inn forbearance, mid that (le
I ne t Ion calinnt deter thn fias of ill
tem nini e. Tho need for their work
is too Ht rutin. Whatever has Is-ell itc
complished, Satan yet tliuls rum one
of his subtlest aids to destruction, to
wrecking youlh and lstnisliinK the
lwo of tho honin circle. Straw
lb-note the way the wind blows, nun
isolated Instances indicate what may
Is- lini'iiliiK in 11 larger sphere1. For
in-tlinre, n contemsirary shows that
"during seven hours in a single sa
loon in Iimloii was recently visited
by 1 792 nu n 700 women, and 1305
children." What a fearful record for
just one saloon out of the thousands of
death traps that lire )s rniitted to ex
Verily there is si ill need for "fan
atics, anil the ( linstlitii mtii-nce (hat
allows tin 111 to continue in their work
for the purification of society.
Ati exchange says that the corjioruto
authoril les of New York admit that
'gambling can be stops'd, but it
won hi cost a grout deal of money."
llis s this ineiiii that tho effort will
not Is' made? We mist that the cost
in money will not be held us all excuse
for the continuation of ho great an
evil, when consideration is hud for the
cost in morals, (iumliliiig destroys
manhood ami integrity; it wrecks
young ami old w ho engage ill it J it
brings squalor and misery to the fam
ilies of its victims; it is damning to
the soul. Money should not outweigh
morals with thoughtful Js-oplo ill this
cc nt u ry.
Try Ortin-0! Try Grain 01
Ask your (irocer to-day to show you a j
package ol (iruin-O, the new foud drink
that takes the place of colTue. The
children may drink it without injury si
well as the adult. All who try It, like
it. (irain-O has that rich seal brown of
Mocha or Java, but it is msde from pure
grains, and the most delicate stomach
receives it without distress. !i tbe
price of colo-e. 15c. and "Vts. per
package. Sold by all grocers.
What Thin Folks Need
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For them Dr, King's
New Life Tills work wonders. They
lone and regulate tbe digestive organs,
Kently exnel all poisons from the sys
Uuu, enrich tbe blood, improve appetite,
make healthy hVh. Only 25c at lr.
iar. z, n. coiumiTl
icers ) 18 Large Pieces
ates j for 95 cents.
Thro' Train Southeast. , ;
The St. Louis Special, the through ex
press of the Northern Pacific and Bur
lington railroads from the Northwest to ' .
tlit Southeast, changed time on May 4.
The trans-continental service is materi
ally benefited, as connections for the
East and South are now made with
morning traina out of St. Louis and -Chicago.
Tbe Ht. Louis Special now leaves ,.
l'ortland, at 8:25 a. m.; Tacouia, 3:40
p. m.; Seattle, 3:50 p, m.; Spokane,
1) 55 a. m.j Helena, 10:15 p. m.j Bil
lings, 7:00a; 111.
The new card is mora convenient to '
most cities in the Northwest. - Tbe
train now carries standard sleeper,
tourist sleeper, dining car, chair car,
coach, and baggage car, l'ortland to
Kansas City without change, also free
reclining chair car, l'ortland to St.
Louis.' It remains the great TIME
SAVER, as well as the only through '
train between the Northwest and the
Revtili a Ortat Secret. .
It Is often asked bow such startling
cures, that pu.ile the beet physicians,
are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery '
for Consumption. Here's the secret.
It cuts out the phlegm aad germ-infected
mucous, and lets the lils-uivinn orviren
enrich and vitalise the blood. It heals
the Inflamed, cough-worn throat and
lungs. Hard colds and stubborn enmrba
soon yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
the most infallible remedy for all Throat -and
Lung diseases. Uusranteed bottles
50c snd fl. Trial bottlea free at Dr.
Win a price with your Kodak tlOOO
In prizes offered. See Voorhics.
Reduced Kektea lo the E&at.
Thoso contemplating an eastern :
trip will be interested. to know that
Iheru will shortly be ou sale greatly
reduced rate tickets In connect iou
with tho Kio Urn tele system, tho fam
ous "Con c Line, of Tho World. "
Thus line offers lta rusHouirera a
most delightful and conifurtablo jour
ney to all eastern jK)iut.
It is the only transcontinental line
imssiug directly through picturesque
Salt Iiko City "The City of The
Saints," beautiful I i leu wood SpriuitB.
Lcudvillo, I'ueblo, Colorado Snriuira
(where 11 side trip nmy bo made to the
Garden of tho God and tho summit
of l'ikca' Peak over tho cor-u lu-ol
railroad), and Denver, the queen city
of tho intcr-iiiotintaiii region. Stop
overs uru allowed on all e Liases of
Three daily express trains make
close connect ions with all trains cast
and wvst and afford n choii'o of fivo
distinct routes of truveL Tho isinip
nient of theso trains is the best, in
cluding froo reclining chair cars,
standard and tourist sleepers, a per
fect dining cur service, and abio per
sonally conducted excursion cars, each
in cliurgu of a conqx-U'iit guido whoso
business is to liKik after the comfort
of his gucNiK. No more pleasant and
iiicxiieiiKivu meiis of crotmimr the
coiil iiu nt ran bo found than is pro-
vided by these excursioua,
For additional details, address,
J. D. Mansfield, Oeu'lAg't,
Rio Graudo Linos,
H Third St., Port laud, Ore gou.
, There Is s CUu of People
Who are Injured by the use of coffee.
Recently there has been placed lu all
tht grocery stores a new preparation
called Uraia-O, made of pure grains,
that takes tbe place of coffee. The most
delicate stomach receives it without
distress, and but few can tell It from
coffee. It does not cost over t as m-jch.
Children may di ink it wltb great bane
lit. IS cti. and 23 ott. per package.
Try it. Ask for Gnr.o-O.