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GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1902.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY OFFICERS.
' Judge Ah Axteil
ComniUsion.r. Sk Th
Clerk : R. L. Bartlett
Deputy Clerk T. P. Judaon
Sheriff. Ed Lister
Deputy Sheriff Ernest Lister
Treasurer J. T. Taylor
tjchool SupL Lincoln Savage
Assessor Cbas. Crow
Surveyor H C. Perkins
Coroner T. A. Hood
. Roadnuuter Geo. W. Lewis
Mayor W. F. Kramer
Auditor and Polite Judge R. L. Davit
Treasurer Col. W. Johnson
City Attorney C. E. Mavbee
Marshal John Lockuardt
Street Sapt. John Patrick
Councilnien lieo. II. Binna
A. C. HoUKh, J. H. William., C.
E. Harmon J. A. Kehkonf, Harry
- Lewia, Herbert bin ill), Henry Schmidt
Grants Pass Ixulee A. F. & A. M., No. 84,
regular communication first and third
Saturdays. Visiting brothers cordially
invited. II. C. ltomzEK, W. M.
A. J. Piki, See'y.
Royal Arch Masons Keatues Chapter No.
28 meets second ai d fourth Wednesday
Masonic hull. L. L. Jkwkll,
J. E. tkko!C, Secy. 11. P.
Eastern Star Josephine Chapter, No. 20
meets tirst and Ihinl Wednesday
evenings of each mouth in Masonic
hall, Mas. H, Zoi.l hk.
- Mas. Asm M. Holhah, W..M.
I. 0.0. F,-(Jo!den Rule l-edge No. 78.
meets every Saturday night at 1. O. 0.
i F. ball. Ut M.Davis,
' T. Y. Dn, Secy. N. U.
Psran Eiuampiuent I. O. O. F. No.
meets second and fourth Thursday at
I. O. (. K. hull, Fkkd Scuhiut.
T. Y. Pkam. Sec'y. C. P.
Rebekahs Etna liehekah. No. 4!t, meets
second and fourth Monday, I. O. O. F.
ball. Emsik IUbtham, N. 0.
Mas. J. II. Dkmsom, Secy.
United Artisans-Uraiils Pass Assembly
No. 4ti. meets alternate Tuesdays in
A.O. IT. W. null. F. E. Wbhtz,
Kami Mkn.-ch, Master Artisan,
Woodmen of the World Rogue liner
f Camp No. ,V, meets second and fourth
Wednesdays at Woodman Hull.
C. E. Mayris, Consul Commander.
Women of Woodcraft Azalea Circle, No.
182, meets tirst and third Mondays at
EsTSLLA IiKBttT, N. 0.
W. E. Deak. Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of AmericaGrants Pass
Camp No. 8WJ7 meets 2nd and till Wednes
day Evenings at Woodmen hull at 7 ,:W.
Chas, II. Marshall, V. C.
N. Rejnolds, Clerk.
Foresters of America Court Josephine
No. 2H, meets each Wednesday except
the lirst, at A. O. V. W. hall.
J. P. Halk, C. R.
U. N. Holt, F. S.
Josephine Lodge, No. 112, A. O. V. W.
nieets in A. O. V. W.hall, Dixon build
ing evtry Monday evening.
J. II. Miadi, M. W.
B A. e'TASARD, Recorder.
Hawthorne Lodge, No. 21, I), of H.. A. O.
U. W. meets every alternate Tuesday
evening in A. U. W. ball. Dixon
buildinr. Mas- A. McCarthy,
Mrs. I.vma Ias, C. of H.
Knights of Pvthius Thermopylae No. Stl,
meets each Tuesday night 7:30 I. O.
(). F. hall. J. T. Chuusse,
Ton Wii.ua s, C. C.
K. of It and S.
Grand Army of the Republic Hen. Logan
Post No. meets lirst Wednesday at
A.O. C. W. hall. J . E. Pktkrson.
Abe Axtkli, Adjt. Cum
American Order of Steam Kngineers, Ore
gon Council No. 1, lueels tir?t and
third Saturdays, at A. O. IT. W. hall.
Wat. II Kisnkv,
Bkj. F. My rick, Cbiel Engineer
ATTORN KY-AT LAW,
Piactices in all State snd Federal Courts
Office over First National Bank.
Grasts Pass, Oregon.
JJ C. PERKINS,
U. 8. DEPUTY
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Oenver dtRio Grande Railroad
Only l' tcontinenta! line
pasaiu, ' .rectly through
SALT LAKE CITY,
Tbree splendidly equipped trains daily
TO ALL POINTS EAST.
Through Sleeping and Dining Cart
and Free Reclining Chair Cars
The most magnificent acenery in
America by daylight.
Stop over allowed on all ( lasses ol
For cheapest rates and descriptive
J. I) Mansfteld, General Agent,
124 Third St , Portland. Orevnn.
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furnilere and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
The popular barber ihop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Bath room in connection
II. II. BARTON,
Full assortment of Watches, Clocks, Sil
rerwear and Jewelry. A Good
Assortment of bracelets and
Clement' Drug Store.
Fine Butter a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRESH and SALT
Actual Tests Prove the
U'r, LLr.T 1) 11
For Sale at
Paddocks' Bicycle Den,
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
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. a 50c.
I Buy Anything
THAT you have to sell
AND THAT SOMEONE ELSE MAY WANT
You may have some articles among your possessions that you have no use
for and never will have use for why not convert them into cash. I pay you
cash for tliein. If you are going to move away let me buy your household
goods-I will give you good prices.
Hewing Machines for rent and for sale.
Ike M. Davis,
Goods Sold on the Installment Plo.n.
Front St. Second-Hand Store
Grants Pass Banking Trust Co.
I'AIO IP CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts a General Hanking business.
Receive deposits subject to check or 011 demand certificates.
Our ciistoineis are assured of courteous treatment and every consideration run
sistent with sound hanking principles.
Safety deposit Isjxes for rent. J. FRANK WATSON, I'res.
It. A. BOOTH, Vice -Pres.
L. L, JKVVKLL, Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
I wish to inform the public thai
I shall continue to make Photos in
I shall make Photos on either
the dull or glaze finish paper as de
Orders taken for Photos from
Geo. Pheby's old negatives.
Mrs. C. J. Smythe.
Keceive deposits subject to check or on certificate payable on demand.
Bells sight drafts on New York Ban Francisco, and Portland.
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points in the I'uited States.
Special Attention given to Collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and on all accessible points.
It. A. I100TH. Pres.
J. 0. CAMl'llKLL, Vice Pres.
II. L. U1LKEY, Cashier.
01 MSi o'-vi ir 1 : wi SD03 1 .
The accumulated wisdom ol ten
generations can't keep a boy from
eating Green Apple. You can
talk to him till you aie tired, but
it will do no good. He simple
can't learn from anything but bird
pit-of-the-ttouiacb experience. He
mutt have hit own belly ache before he will believe what you tell him. Now,
men are just bojs grown up. It isn't green apples any longer, but it's the
tame old comedy with new properties. It's the question, perhaps, of a Mower.
It's the old chimera of getting value without cost. It's the Mower which "it
just as good si the Osborne." And the lesson is only learned after the lota
of many dollars you might have earned. Why not ute the green-apple com
mon tens that yon learned at a boy T
ALL KINDS OF
Hnrilwnrp, Oil, JPuliitas, GIunm, Farm Imt-lmMitM.
1 II. SCimiDT.
Corner 6lh and I streets.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADDOCK, Paora.
I am prepared tolurnltb anything In the line of Cemetery work in any kind
f MARBLE or OHA-NITE.
Nearly thirty years ol tiperienct) la tbe Marble business warrants my taring
'.bat I can fill your orders la the very beet manner.
Can turn Lab work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind cf
J. U. PADDOCK,
front street, Next. to Greene's Gaaabop.
June 2, 1902.
George E. Chamberlain, Multnomah county, Dom.
William J. Furnish, Umatilla county, Hemiblluan. .
A. J. Hunsakcr, Yamhill county, Prohibition
H. K. Kyan, Murion county, Socialist
FOR SUPREME JUDGE.
Robert S. Hean, Lane county, Republican
U. F. llouhum, Marion county, Duuiocratiu ,
C J. Height, Sherman county, Prohibition
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
C. W. Barzeo, Wasco county, SoclaUat
N. A. Duvis, Umatilla county, Prohibition ,
Frank 1. Duubar. Clatsop county, Republican
D. W. Sours, Folic eouuty, Democratic
FOR STATE TREASURER.
Henry Black man, Morrow county, Democratic. ...
T. S. McDanicI, Multnomah county, Prohibition..
Charles S. Moore, Klamath county, Republican. . .
W. V. Myers, Clnkamas county, Socialist
FOR SUPT. OF TUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
J. II. Ackerniun, Multuomuh county. Republican.
R. W. Kelsey, Yamhill county, Prohibition
W. A. Wann, Lune county, Democratic
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL.
A M. Crawford, Douglas county, Republican ....
T. H. Goyne, Tillamook county, Prohibition
James 11. Ruley, Umatilla county, Democratic.....
FOR STATE PRINTER.
V. W. Brooks, Multnomah county, Prohibition..
Juines K. Godfrey, Marion county, Democratic. . . .
J. E Husmer, Marion county, Soclullst
J. R. Whitney, Liun county, Republican
FOR CONGRESS Ut District
Hiram Gould, Yamhill county, Prohibition
H. F. Ramp, Douglas county, Socialist
Thomas 11. Tongue, Washington county, Rep....
J. K. Weatherford, Linn county, Democratic
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR.
T. T. GiH-r, Marion county, Republican
C. E. S. Wood, Multnomah county, Democratic. . .
If. M. Ebei-le, Josephine county, Prohibition
W. C. Hale, Josephine county, Republican
Mureus V. Robbins, Josephine county, Socialist..
R. G. Smith, Josephine county, Democratic
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
J. O. Booth, Josephine county, Democratic
Stephen Jewell, Josephine county, Independent . .
John B. Paddock, Josephine county, Socialist
John II. Williams, Josephine county. Republican.
George W. Wlmer, Josephine county, Prohibition..
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Garett Crockett, Josephine county. Republican. . .
John Hackett, Josephine county, Prohibition .....
V. F. Lovelace, Josephine county, Democratic. . . .
Charles Woelllle, Josephine county, Socialist
T. Y. Dean, Josephine 'county,. Democratic
V, M. Hair, .lohephiuu county, Prohibition
George W. Lewis, Josephine county, Republican..
H. H. Triplet!, Josephine county, Socialist
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
R. L. Bartlett, Josejihlno county, Republican .. .
G. 11. Feiin, Joseplnuu county, Socialist
('. K. Root, Josephine county, Prohibition
J. A. Shiver' Josephine county, Democratic
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
J. P. Giilocnor, Joscphino county, Socialist
J. M. Ishaui, Josephine county, Prohibition
C. C Presley, Josephine county, Republican
J. T. Taylor, Josephine county, Democratic
W. H. Fitllin, Josephino county. Republican. ...
Kd I'. Hathaway, Jowphiiie county, Democratic.
N. Reynolds, Josephine county, Socialist
C. I'. Taylor, Josephine county, Prohibition
W. ('. Long, Josephine county, Prohibition
II. O. McCulloch, Josephine county, Republican
H. C. Perkins, Josephine county, Democratic...
YV. F. Kleiner, Josephine county, Democratic ...
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Win. W. Fiiller, Josephine county, Democratic.
C E. Muylicc, Josi phiiio county, Republican....
I. I.. I.oiilsgnout, Josephine county, Is'tiioeratlc
J. C. Randle, Josephine county, Republican
FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR
A. Morris, Josephine county, Republican
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81)38; 6 20
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For swine running at largo yes
For swine running at large no
For County High School yes
For County High School -no
Initiative und Referendum Amendment yes.
Initiative and Referendum Amend men t uo. .
07 37 , 12 23
U2 00, 6 20
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00 15 33:28 48 51 33 41 11
73 11 5l'50 01 6141 20 10 4 1
83 14 25 17 52 01 32 48 15 4H!
44 II M 27 60 41 30 21 0 44
UH 43 1323 50 12 31 31 40.10 41 411 12421
110 134 103 01 4 20: 77 18 50,50 04 40 .13 2m 10 42;
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80: 74 04
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225 141 157 73 10 11
17 17, 61 7,
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Holds Up t Congrtiimin.
"At the end of tl e campaign," writes
Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant con
gressman, "Irom overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep and constant
ipeakinK I had utterly collapsed. It
teemed that all the organi in my body
were out of order, but three bott let of
Electric liitteit made me all right. It't
the belt all-around medicine ever sold
over a drugnist'i counter. " Over
worked, run-down men and weak, sickly
women gain splendid health and vitality
Irom Electric Itittert. Try them. Only
50c. Gtiaranleed by Dr. Kremer.
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATION.
The following outline shows the
examination number, and grade per
centage in the different studies for
nineteen applicants who took the ex
animation May 21-23 :
A Fino Lino as well as tho Cheapest.
iMore New Iron Beds. New Go-Carts.
New Dining Tables. New Carriages.
New Tents and Tent Sheets.
0 Handled Cups and Saucers ) 18 Large Pieces
G 9-inch Quecnswaro Tlatea ) for 95 cents.
House-Lining Papers Full Line.
Wall Paper An Immense Line. All Trices.
lliimiiioclcH, Croquet Nels."
Wo guarantco to show you tho best, Refrigerator in tho
world. This is a broad claim wo can verify
it prices pleasing.
I. are Curtains
Lam pa -Cutlery
I v ,
M(l,0 I" r'rijs for Kodak Tietures.
iel a KixJuk aud win a I'rie.
No. 2 Bullseye
K.5 S,;i,f KLl tii
ASO ALL OTHER KINDS
For Sale by
A. E. Voorhics.
I. WI 2 H4 HL' J 75 KM Hi) 91
i Ki . HI 7.V5W tlx S2 4:1 75 4 ... . All
,1 no mo i si) m ;2 or, 2
M 77 M5 70 44 7 4 7 5 51 . Ml) 7u , . . . Ml
ill4H5W.r,UK4M()M!i4llMM .. 2
1 . . Wtq 71 6.1 . 70 71 ' K ... All
15 77 W2 7791 7H Mil HI iw! rVn ... 1
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2) 7 .l 73 W)H1 m Ml) 59 M3. () ... All
21 711 VI mo M M Ml) M, M5 on !(.". M7 i) las
7MW:i75!7(tliiM.',ll4M(l H.VI... 1 2
17 7()5M(i5:, M7 70 Mi', 4't!iJ ' ft 1 !
1 1 75 '.) M4 MM,! 74 77 77 MS' H m'o l'ass
24 mm ll K4 74 Ho ..74H2m2 isil I
2'Hi.'lMfl7 70)70 M 7D 115 77 B4 . . . ( A 11
22 MO W MM 75I9M SK) !)5 MH h i OH tfl 3 l'ass
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12 75 H3 94HT,M5 75 2J W D.t 85 3 J'hsh
All thom falling Is low 70 In otic
or two stnilles can lake the examina
tion on those similes ut the next regu
lar eighth grade, culmination. Tlmac
railing Is-low 70 iu more tlutt two
studies will have to write oil the
whole examination. The blank
sjawea are caused by failing to get the
ajiplieuat's ws-r ou thiMu; studies.
Tho next regular Kigbth graile ex
aniirutlloii of Josephine county will
lie held June 18, 1U, and 20.
The old reliable Hm Wtekly Orecenlaa.
IU. C. Z. 11. Column
(Articles (or Ibis column are con
tributed by Die, Women's Christian
The regular meeting of the W. '.
T. I". will lie lii hl at tin' I le of Mm.
K. A. Wade, .lime Jilib at 2:30 1'. M.
A i')V KK.Ni ill's Vli:W (iK I'll t-
May 1 the prohibitory law of Kan
sas Is-eaine of age, that is, 21 years
ago that day the legislative i iiactmeut
pulling In fore the prohibitory eon-
titlltifllial lllle'llleUtS tOlili 1-tTeet ill
KitiiKiis. Since then at various timeM
laws have ls-eii iiuhsi d hy tin Kniixa
legislature giving the authorilii-s the
lieeeKiry legal uiaMins to cnfunc
this eont itut iimal provisional.
Tim Sunday prei- ding May Ut i
olMervcd in Kansas as State Prohi
bition Day,' and ministers throughout
the state are supMM d to s ak on
UiMis-ranc and juoliiliit i n. We
understand that this year the day was
ipiite gem rally observed. The preach
ers ami philanthropists of Kaunas as a
rule nr in favor of prohibition and
prohibition enforced. The altitude ol
the politicians Is iu some instances,
at least, (piite the (ippusitc, In nee it
Is Interesting to know the opinion, of
Governor Stanley us xprcssed' a few
days ago He is reirted as saying:
"Au overwhelming majority of the
la-oplo of Kansas lislay are in favor
of the enforcement of the prohibitory
I.-ix, and as a result, these js-oplu be
lieve in the enforcement of this law
the same as any other criminal statute,
by the regular means and through the
"I lutvo had a better means of know
ing as to the extent of tho enforce
ment of this law during tho
last three years, anil during that
time In most of tho communities of
tho statu tho prohibitory lnw is
reasonably well enforced I think as
much so as other laws.
This enforcement Is not accomplish
lug thu result of prohibiting the sale
of intoxicating liipior absolutely, any
mole than the enforcement of other
criminal statutes is preventing lar
ceny,' forgery, and other crimes.
There have been a great many prose
cutions fur violation of the law dur
ing my administration, and hundreds
of convictions, ami with very few ex
ceptions lliesu iiersoim have served
"Prohibition in Kansas has been
marked by very beneflciiil results,
anil this is apparent to anyone who
will travel through Kansas anil
through any of the license states that
may be selected, and note tho dif
ference Itr the tyis'M of young men in
the two states. There are thousands
of young men in Kansas who never
saw a saloon, and will avoid it, if for
no other reason, because it is under
the ban of I he law.
There are thousands of young men
who would probably nitrotii.o the
saloon if sanctioned by tho law and
conducted with statu approval, who
avoid it and will avoid it as long as
the law brands it lis an Ishiuiielite
among the legitimate enterprises of
the community. A young man with
bleared eyes and bloated face, In Kan
sas, is very rare. I think, on the
whole, (but prohibition has Is-en at
tended with gisid results. They ure
far from Kit isfaetory. Tho law Is
iin i'fectly enforced ill many com
munities iitnl not at all enforced in
some, lint the discussion causer! by
the attempt to enforce the prohibitory
statutes has kept the tciniicrtiuco ques
tion alive anil we have a better tein-
raiice sentiment In the state and u
larger proNii-tioii of tcmjicrmico lucii
than ill any slate where license pro
"The future of prohibition in this
state is largely a matter of individual
opinion, but I Is lieve Hie state will
continue its prohibition isilii y.
If the question should Is' submitted
to the tieoplc, they would refuse to
do away w ith the cnUNtitutioiiiil pro.
vision on this question, for the reason
I have suggest d, that it has Is-eii pro
ductive of good. Kveu admitting that
the law is not now and never has been
fully enforced ; if intoxicating liquor
are sold in a beverage, they should
he sold in spite of the law, rather
ihau with the law's sanction and ap
proval." Try (jriin-0! Try Crtia 0!
Ask your (iris er to-day to show you a
package ol 'irain . the new focd drink
that lakes the - place ol colic. The
children may drink it without injury at
well as the adult. All who try It, like
it. ( irain-' I has that rich teal brown ol
Thro' Train Southeast.
The St. Louis Special, the through ex.
press of the Northern Paciilc and Bur
lington railroadt from tbe Northwest to
the Southeast, changed time on May 4.
The trans-continental service is materi
ally benefited, at connections lor the
Kant and South are now made with
morning trains out of St. Louis and
The St. Louis Special now leaves
Portland, at 8:25 a. m.; Tacoms, S:40
p. in.; Seattle, 3:50 p. m. ; Spokane,
0:55 a. m.; Helens, 10:15 p. m.; Bil
ling, 7 .00 a; ui.
The new card is more convenient to
most cities in the Northweat. The
train now carries standard sleeper,
tourist tleeper, . dining car, chair car,
coach, and baggage car, Portland to
Kausaa City without change, also free
reclining chair car, Portland to St.
Louit. It remains the great TIME
SAN ER, as well as the only through
train between the Northweat anil the
Ktvcali t ureal Scent.
It is oil en asked how such startling
cures, that puxxle Ihu beat physicians,
areeMected by Dr. King's New Discovery
(or Consumption, Here's the secret.
Itcutt out the phlegm aud germ-Infected
mucous, aud tett the life-giving oxygen
eurlch and vitalise the blood. It heals
the iiillamed, cough-worn throat and
lunge. Hard colds anil stubborn coughs
soon yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
the most infallible remedy for all Throat
and Lung diseaaes, Guaranteed bottles
50c snd $1. Trial bottles (ree at Dr.
Reduced Re. lee to the East.
Those loiitompliitiiig an eastern
trip will bo interested to know that
there will shortly bo on sale greatly
reduced rato tickets in connection
with Hie llio Grande system, tho fam
ous "Ccnio Line of Tho World."
This line otfers its ixissongcrs a
most delightful and comfortable jour
ney to all eastern jsmits.
It is the only transcontinental linn
jsissing directly through picturesque
Salt I-iiks City "Tho City of Tho
Suiuts," beautiful Uli uwooil Spring,
Loudvlllc, l'ueblo, ' Colorado Springs
(where a side trip may bu made to tho
Garden of the liisU and the summit
of Pikes' Peak over the cog-wheel
railroad), und Dcuvcr, thu queeu city
of tho iiiter-iiiountiiiii regiou. Stop
overs iru allowed on all classes of
Three daUy express trains make
close connect ions with all trains east
and west and alToril a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equip
ment of these trains is the best, in
cluding free reclining chair cars,
standard and tourist slocjairs, a per
fect dining car service, and also per
sonally couducteil eicursiou cars, ouch
iU charire Of U COIIIIStelir. irnltln ttlinai
n....i I : i.. i 1
, holiness Is to look
ifraiiiH, and the most delicate stomach ft i :M , ,
receives It wiliioul distress. ;A tne
price ol rolh-e. 15c. ami 25rta. per
packaKe. Sold by all grocers.
KLKCTKI) HY TWO VoTKS.
M. A. Miller, of LtOuiuon, who
has been declared elected Senator from
Linn County by two votes over Sen
ator Percy It Kelly, is one of this best
know n I moeruts in Oregon. He has
been delegate to several National con
ventions He was nn ardent Itryau
man und a strong snpisirter of free sil
ver This is tho second time ho bus
Is-eii eleeti d a member of the Oregon
legislature. Mr Miller is the pro
prietor of u drug store there.
Notice it hereby given that I will not
be responsible for any debit contracted
by my wife, Mrs. Gertie Kltbree.
March 24, 1U02. II. K. Klshhki.
after the comfort
us guests. No more pleasant and
Inexpensive means of crossing tho
continent can be found tliau is pro
vided by these excursions.
Kor additional details, address,
J. D. Mansriold, Oen'l Agt,
Rio Grande Liues,
124 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
Then It s Class of Peoplt
Who are injured by the ute of coffee.
Recently there has been placed iu all
the grocery stores a new preparation
called Grain-O, made of pure grains,
that lakes the place of coffee. The most
delicate stomach receives it without
distress, snd but few can tell it from
cotfee. It dues not cost over t at much.
Children may drink it with great bene
fit. IB ctt. and 25 ots. per packsge.
Try it. Ask forGrs n-O.
Win a prise with your Kodak $400
In prises offered. See Voorbiei.