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JOSEPHINE COUNTY OFFICERS
Judge J. O. Itooth
Cr.ni.ii..inn.ra J John Wp11
10. F Lovelace
Clerk K. L. ltartlelt
Deputy Clerk T. P. J miaou
Bberirl Ceo. W- Lewis
Ueputy feueriu Krnest Lister
Treasurer J. T. Taylor
School 8u.pt. Lincoln Savage
Assessor Cuas. Crow
Surveyor H C. Perkins
Coroner ;V. F. Kremer
Mayor W. F. Kremer
Auditor ana Police Jude R. h. Davis
Treasunr Col. W. Johnson
City Attorney C. E. May bee
.uarsnai jolin ixjckliarul
Street bupt John Patrick
Councilmen Ueo. H. Hinns
A. C. HouRh, J. H. Williams, C.
E. Harmon J. A. Kehkocf, Will C.
tunilu, Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt
Grams Pass IxMle A. F. & A. M., No. 4,
regular communication first and third
Saturdays. Viailing brothers cordially
invited. H. C. Houizkk, W. M.
A. J. Pike, Sec'y.
Royal Arch Masons -Kennies Chapter No.
lis meets second and fourth Wednesday
Masonic bull. L. L. Jewill,
J. E. Petekdor, Secy. H. P.
Eastern Star Josephine Chapter, No. 2G
meets first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in Masonic
hall. Mrs. H. Zollkb.
Mas. Anna M. Holhah, W. M.
t. 0. O. F.,-Uolden Rule Lodge No. 78.
meets every Saturday night at I. 0. 0.
F. hall. C. H, Marshall.
T. Y. DrAS, Secy. N. G.
Paran Encampment I. (). O. F. No.
meets second and fourth Thursday at
1. (. ('. K. hall, Fmeu Schhiut,
T. Y. Deak, Sec'y. C. P.
Rebekahs Etna lteliekah, No. 40, meets
second and fourth Monday, I. O. 0. F.
hall. Essie Haktkak. N. 0.
Mas. J. 11. Dekisoh, Secy.
United Artisans Grants Pass Assembly
No. 4!), meets alternate Tuesdays in
A. O. If. W. uall. F. K. NVertz,
Fkeu Mensch, Master Artisan,
Woodmen of the World Rogue River
Camp No. .V, meets second and fourth
Fridays at Woodman Hall.
11. V. Meade,
C. E. Maysee, Consul Commander.
Women of Woodcraft Azalea Circle, No.
ls'J, meets lirst and third Mondays at
EsTEL'LA KUKKY, N. U.
W. E. Dear. Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of America Grants Pass
Camp No. SUIT meets 2nd and Itli Wednes
day l.vening s at Woodmen hall at l
( has. II. Marshall, V. C.
N. l!enolds, Clerk.
Fore-ters of America Court Josephine
No. 2K, meets each Wednesday except
the lirst, al A. 0. U. W. hall.
J. P. Hale, C. R.
O. X. Holt, F. 8.
Josephine Lodge, No. 112, A. 0. II. W.
meets in A. O. U. W.hall, Dixon build
ing every Monday evening.
J. H. M made, M. W.
1! A. Stahard, Recorder.
Hawthorne Lodge, No. 21, I), of 11.. A. 0.
U. W. ineeU every alternate Tuesday
evening in A. O I'. W. hall, Dixon
buildinr. Mas. A. McCahtiiy.
Mas. Lydia Peas, C. of H.
Knights of Pythias Thermopylae No. 50,
meets each Tuesday night 7 :3U I. O.
O. F. hall. J. T. Chausse,
Ton Williass, 0. C,
K. of it and S.
Grand Army of the Republic Gen. Logan
Post No. .H!i, meets hrst Wednesday at
A. O. I;. W. hall. J. E. 1'xrKKsoM.
Abe Axtkll, Aujt. Com.
American Order of Steam Fnginecrs, Ore
gon Ccuncit No. 1, meets tir.-t and
third Saturdays, at A. O. II. W. hall.
Wm. 11. Kenney,
Bekj. F. Myhii k, Chiel bngineer
Order of Pendo While Rock Council No
Ki. meets in A. O. U. W. Hall tirst
and third Friday nights,
O.K. Mayhe, Secretary.
En ha Bklciiik, Counselor.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America I'nion No. II4.H
meet second and fourth Thursdays of
each month at A. O. V. W. Hall.
J. E. Wieu sak, Pres.
D. A. FiTZiEkAi.i, Sec'y,
ATTOK.NKY AT LAW,
Practices in all State and Federal Courts
Ullice over First National Bank.
U. S. DEPUTY
jp:ndricks t brown,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office Over Post Office.
Giants Pas, - Ohioon
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 in conneuUo -
m ur in i ossiai u i or.
J. M. CHILES
Fine Butter a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
II. II. BARTON,
Full assortment of Watches, Clocks, Sil-
verwe.ir and Jewelry. A Uood
. ' Assortment of Bracelets and
Clemens' Drug Store.
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRESH and SALT
A Fine Assortment of Boss Cases
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
PA lis l'l CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts a General Banking business.
Receives deposits subject to check or on demand certificates.
Our cllsloniels tire assured of courteous treHtment mwl nvurv cnnsiilerntiitii con.
sisteut with tound liankiii principles.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
Keceive deposits subject to check or on certificate payable on demand.
tSells sight drafts on New York rJan Francisco, and Portland.
TeleKraphic transfers sold on all points in the United ritates.
Special Attention juven to Collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and on all accessible points.
It. A. BOOTH. Pres.
J. 0. CAMPBELL, Vice Tres.
II. L. U1LKEV, Cashier.
MARHLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADPOCK, I'aocK.
I am prepared to furnish anything in the line of Cemetery work in any kind
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my saying
that I can fill your orders in the vury best manner.
"Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind rf
J. 15. PADDOCK,
Front Strict, Nrit to Greene'a Go nil hop.
Mud. bt throm tywmm milling mt
$15, $20 sL $30
The best Disc Machine on the Market
Entertains Everybody Everywhere
Uses Flat Indestructible Record
which can be handled
without danger of
The CRAPHOPHOSC and COLUMBIA RCCORDS were awarded
the) GRAND PRIZE at the PARIS CXPOSiTKM of 1900
Columbia Phonograph Co.,
125 Geary Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
FOR. SALE BY
W. A. Paddock, Grants Pass, Ore.
is little red in the blood.
xne red in the blood is
the oxygenarrier. Better to
breath with half of one lung
than not have enough red in
The blood is full of digested
food ; but it can't build muscle
and nerve and bone without
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil puts red in the blood : the
oxygen-carrier. It is like build
ing a railroad into a famine
We'll send you a little to try, If you like.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 pearl atrttt. New Vara.
i Blue Ribbon
SEPT. 13 to 20. 1902.
Yon arc invited to attend and
see the greatest industrial expo
sition and livestock show ever
held on the Pucific Coast. Good
racing every iiftemoon. Camp
ground free. Come and bring
your families. For any informa
HI. D. Wisdom, Secy.
Front St. oppo. Watr Tank.
'OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
A. VanNoy, Propr.
Perfection oil stoves, finest In the land ,
at J. Wolko's.
J. KUAN K WATSON', I'res.
K. A. HOOT II, Vice-l'res.
L. L. JEWELL, Cashier.
The reproduction rt
7 -inch Record 50 cent each $5 pf dor.
rO-iaKw Rccofd $1 fexh ( $10 pf dor.
PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY,
Hop Picking in
Hop picking began Monday in all
of the hop fields of Josephine, county
and nearly 1(XX) pickers are at work
this week. Tho crop will be larger
and the quality of hops above tho
averago. The hop business is getting
to be ail industry of considerable pro
portions iu this county, and consider
ing its size, ns great a quuntitiy of
hops are produced iu Josephine as in
any other couuuty iu tho slnto.
The climatic, and -general conditions
required for the production of hops
are perhaps more favorable here thau
in any other section of the stato. in
theWillametto Volley September ruins
usually interfere with religious
regularity each season, and oftimcs do
much damage and reduce the quality
of the hops, hi Josephino county,
mius very seldom interfere, and the
season for picking is nearly always
The Josephine county yards are
situated iu Williams valley, along
Williams creek, and along the Rogue
and Applegute rivers. Iu the matter
of pretty camping places for tho I
pickers, it is doubtful if more beauti
ful spots iu this regard can be found
anywhere. Cool shades, cold water
and shady nooks make picking hops in
Josephino county both pleasant and
profitable. Here, as elsewhere,
scores of entire families hie for the
fields earli season, women uud chil
dren all uuitiiiK in tho work, aud a
number of sueh families mako from
fSO to I."iO iu a siiiKlo senson.
Tho price paid for liickinit this sea
son is tho Hiuuu hero us in tho Wilhuu-
etto Valley. Somo of thn yards nre
ItayiiiK 40 uud some 50 cents per box.
Tho smaller yards find it necessary
to my AO cents iu order to Ret u bu (11-
cieut numlier of pickers. Thu big
yards arc always more attractive from
thu fact that they offer social advan
tages not to 1m found at thu smaller
yards. The vtord"social" is used here
from a hop picking sensu altogether,
mid only those who havo been hop
iicking can appreciate the social con-
ilitinus that surround the big yard or
cluster of yards where three or
four hundred icoplo am tumiicd
together. There is never a lack of
entertainment. Musicians, especially
fiddlers" are always on hand, and
the hop yard is a feature that has duo
attention every night of the season.
The Imp yard dance, be it known, be
longs toa distinct class of its own.
There Is no other dance like it. There
is juNt as much difference between
a hop yard dun and any other kind
as there is between an aristocratic
dress ball and a back woods "shin
dig." It must not bo inferred from
this that the hup rani dance is a
bad atr.iir at nil, because it is not.
A hop yard dance is a hup with
plenty of "hop" iu it.
About tlA.tKK) will be juid pickers
by Josephine county hop growers this
season. A number of growers have
contracted a good jmrtion of this crop
at from 10 to i:i cents. This was done
hst winter before the price Ih lmii to
make an upward cliinh. It seems
evident at this time that the price fur
this year w ill be W or 'i't cents.
From this it would seem tlmt the
growers who have contracted for 10
or IU cents are unfortunate ; however
they am not ns bad off as they may
seem and noun of them regret their
step in the least. The price of hoj,
like the price of wheat, apples or
prunes, is something that can only
bo guessed, at, nod while it may
be 20 cents today, it may be only half
that a week from now.
The following is the lint of Jow.
phiiin county growers together with
tho unrulier of acres they have iu :
Wm. Korj nson, 2) acres.
J. W. York, 01 m-rca.
IS. V. Ihildw in, I j acres.
Mrs. lieymer, S acres.
L. S. Lincoln, 12 acres.
J. Christie, l.'i acres.
K. C. Ik-AriMiuid, 2.1 acres.
Kaiizau estate, 30 111 res.
John lianzau, 40 arci a.
If. L. Kohinaou, 2.1 acres.
Iaac Kin ley, 14 acres.
II. H. Miller. 2.1 acres.
W. T. 8. I'atton, 10 acres.
As can be seen by adding the above
figures, Josephine county had 210
acre in hops. A before mentioned,
the hoj of this acaion will be large.
The hoi are plump and fall, are free
from lice or blight of any kind.
TEA IN HOLT11LKN OREGON.
The tea plants which the Southern
cVMr. aA rM,V H'-
OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1902.
Pacific distributed in Rogue river
valley apjiear to be hale and hearty.
Tho latest information from there
is that they are growing, but there
is no record of more than a hatful
harvest of the leaves, so that the
iufaut industry is still iu its swad
Oregon is believed to be well
adapted climatically to the culture
of tea. The only handicap to the in
dustry is the high price of labor iu
Oregon as compared with that iu
Oriental countries and in the, southern
states, where colored children work
the fields at low cost.
Climatic conditions iu Japan, in
wnich the tea plant thrives, are very
much like those of Oregon. Allan
Camerou, agent at Hong Kong for tho
Portlaud & Asiatic Steamship Com
pany, wrote several mouths ago that
he thought the project for Southern
Oregon a good one. The tea plant
is not affected adversly by tho rigors
of Oregou climate. On tho campus of
State Agricultural College at Corval-
lis is a plant which has thrived iu its
prcseut environment for 10 years.
WHY GO EAST
Over the suji-burued, sngo brush and
alkali plaius when you may just as
well take a delightful, cool mid coin-
JOSEPHINE COUNTY HOP PICKINU SCENE.
fortable ride through thu heart of the
Rocky mountulus In view of the grand
est scenery of the American Conti
This you cuu do by travelling on
the Hio Grande System, the far famed
"Scenic Lino of Tho World, " the only
traus-coiitiueutal liuu passing through
Salt Lake City, Olenwood Sprin gs, I
Lcadvilhi, Colorado springs and Deli-
vcr en route to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains cast
uud west aud afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. Tho equip
ment of the trains is tho best, includ
ing free reclining chair curs, standard
and tourist sleejH'rs, a perfect dining
car service, aud also terminally con
ducted excursion cars, each in charge
of a ciiniS'tent guide, whose business
is to look after thu comfort of his
guests. No more pleasant and inex
is'iisivu means of crossing tho Conti
nent can ho found than is provide d by
For additional details, address,
J. D. Mansfield, Oen'l Ag't. 1 io
Grande Lines, 121 Third Ht., l'ort
THE NATIONAL MININO
('ON UK ESS.
Urn mining congress, in session at
lintte, Mont., is the ls-st attended and
must enthusiastic, gathering of th
kind ever held iu this country.
Many interesting gmjiers havo been
rend, and some very spirited unit in
structive debntes have enlivened the
prK i'diiigs. One of tho most Impor
tant sujects discussed was the Ki arus
bill, which came up Thursday. This
is the bill providing for the change In
the mining laws, providing fur loca
tions Is ing made MIX) feet iiurn
in.sti ad of 1100 by lioo us at present,
and doing away with the extra later-
1.1 iikiiis. I oai in, a vein, Die nM X 01
.. I ...I.... 'ft.. . I !.. .1 . I
wlucli was ou a claim, could not Is'
followed down outside of a line drawn
vertically from the surface side lines.
The Kearns bill is iu fai t copied after
the Rritinh Coluinhiu la. This bill
lias been much discussed in mining
circles, ' consensus of opinion is
well shown in the vote yesterday, it
being 1)5 against, with only 3 for it.
After the vote was announced,
Majors of Montana, offen d a resolu
tion that the congress go on record
against thu Kearns bill, ami that it
end a recommendation to the United
States Congress, that thu bill do not
pass, aud tho resolution passed with
a dissenting vote.
An effort was made to have the
name of the congress changed to tin
American Mining Congress, anil to
have subordinate organizations iu
each state. It
met with fierce on-
ss.iti.ai and will rol.,.l.!v .., ..!'""' """' " " 7
. tneir nrm. West Truax, Whole
tcrializo. j sale Druggists, Toledo, 1). Waldiug,
Hon. L. Bradford Prince of Newiriimun iV Marvin, Wholesulu Drug
Meiien l,n U l ........1 t'g"S, Toledo, .
,.,. . i .1 ii . I Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken Inter
the acsHiou .cut in the following Im1Vi M.llUK directly uu the blood
resolution: and mucous surface of tho system.
"Reaolved, That the magnitude and , Price, Mc per bottle. Sold by all
iniiioriniicH of tl.a n,i. I ,i.,.,
which baa rew-hed over l, UoO 000, (XS)
of annua! product, calls for the eslub-
lishment of a National Department of
Mining, the chief offltvr of which
should be a member of the president'
Resolved, That tho congress of the
united States be respectfully re.
quested to provide by law for the h
cation and working of miues of the
reserved minerals, gold, silver and
quicksilver, ou Spauish and Mexican
Tho resolution was passed. A
resolution indorsing the establishment
of a Federal Department of Mines and
Mining was passed without a dissent
Tho following resolution, offered by
Colonel Frank V. Drake, of Oregou,
was unanimously passed :
"Whereas, Tho Lewis and Clark
Centennial Exposition, to bo held
iu Portland, iu the state of Oregon,
iu the year l'.VOS, is to bo interna
tional iu character; and,
"Whereas Said exposition will, for
tho first time iu history afford oppor
tunity for a comiireheusive presenta
tion of one of the world'a chief In
dustries, uamely, mining for the
precious metals, iu the immediate
locality of production, therefore, be
"Resolved, That the International
Mining Congress views with ap
proval the purposo of said exposition,
and recommends tho co-operation of
states mid individuals iu presenting
this feature of industry at said expo
Tho Business Men's Association of
Great Falls, Mout, extended a cor-
dial invitation to thu members of tho
congress to visit that city.
KINO OF THE OPIUM KINO.
Chas. E. lilayney's "The King of
The Opium King" is booked to upiicar
at the os ra Iioubo next Thursday
night, Sept. 11. This play cornea
with a reputation for seusutioimlisin
.that certainly is hard to beat, but il
Is said also to lsisscss a vast amount
of clear cut comedy and tolls a story
of love uud villaiuv that tenches a
good moral. Tho comuiny portray
ing the numerous characters are people
who have metropolitan reputations
as intelligent players, aud thu man
agement has a spcciul lot of scenery,
mechanical effects and Chinese cos
tumes to give the production a beauti
Popnlur prices will be charged and
tho theatre gisrs ran gut thu best
seat Iu the house for .V) cents. Re
served seats uru now 011 sale at the
Grants Puss Pharmacy.
DEMAND FOK GOLD DOLLARS.
Orders are being received by Secre
tary Walter ii. Stevens for thu gold
dollars to bo issued by the United
States Government in coininemorntiou
of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
The issue will bn limited to 2.10.000
,,, , , illHtru.ti(1I1H
of the act of congress authorizing
them. The comiuitte iu charge of
tho matter, under tho direction of
the secretary of thn treasury, has
alsiut decided upon two designs, one
including thu bust of Jefferson, the
other tho bust of McKinley. The
coins will be sold at two dollars
each by the World's Kulr, and the
amount derived from tho premium
will Ik' lined iu the construction of
monuments of Jefferson uud Mc
Kinley. The first hundred issued of
' (.Jt( .
design will 1st numbered
minted and a certificate Issued by the
director of the mint for cuch coiu
stating that it was minted iu his
presence and iiumls red III consccu
tive order. These two hundred coins
will lie wild to the digest bidders.
The iJi.mut gold dollars are a strt of
the appropriation of $.1,000,000 iu aid
of the World's Fair from the United
Stales Government. They will be
delivered to (lie cxjiositlon authorities
as soon us minted, which will be
probably late in tint fall.
We offer tloo Reward for any case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney
& Co. , Toledo, Ohio. We, the niuler
signed huve known F. J. Cheney for
the last 1ft years, ami believe Mm
! Is rfectlv
honorable in all busiiie
ami iiiianciaiiy aide to
! wrngglsts. 1 est luminals fn-e,
Hall Family Pills are thu best.
Vi, o S.-I1 Purcclulu ware. Not
cheap granito. Call and sco tho differ
ence. J. Wolke.
To Make Room.
We are about to make extensive alterations in the store. Must
have room to work. You can help us clear the floor. Besides, our
New Goods are on the way; some already arriving. An immense
stock larger, better than ever. No hold-overs here. Everything
new and up-to-date. These prices will help you decide to clear off
these floors; but you must do it NOW, don't wait:
Sideboards-Solid Quarter Oak, Solid Brass Hinges, Urge
r r- rjj .
Chiffoniers Larce New Stock. it.o.
Suites Solid Quarter Oak, Heavy, Large
French Plate Mirror, usually $45. "
Fir Dressers . .
Solid Quarter Oak Dressing Table,
Round Top, 6 foot extension, $14. '
Baby Go-Carts, Reclining Adjustable Rub
ber Tires, usually $12.00. This sale
This will give you an idea of what we're doing,
applies to Ranges and Hammocks also.
"f HOP PICKER'S OUTFITS
Blankets 5 pounds, $2.90.
Tents J3. 45 up.
Camp Stools 25c up.
Cots. Mattresses, Cooking Uten-
sels, Camp Stoves.
Tin Coflee Pots, 5c.
Tea Pots, 5c.
1 Gallon Pans, 5c.
Vegetable Cookers. 1 c.
6-Qt. preserving Kettles, 20c.
White Table Oil Cloth.
These prices Spot Cash Only.
TO. CGAl. (Column
(Articles for this column are con
tributed by the Women's Christian
Tho regular meeting of the W. O.
T. U. will bo hold at the home of
Mrs. E. A. Wuilu. Sent. 13. aU:M)n.
No more boor at United HUites em
igrants stulion if you p lease.
A Chicago sot tho 01 her day pawned
his wife's fulso teeth to buy grog.
Tho nut ion ran kill tho saloon when
sho gets ready. Is It not about time?
When decent people are not over
coining the saloon the saloon is over
The ministers of New York are
considering the inauguration of
Thn soldiers garrisoned at Colum
bus, O., cotnix'llud a saloon keeper to
take down his sign, which read,
'Soldiers' rest. "
At Puiitiuc, I1L, a Prohibitionist
was elected aldermun over a rebubli-
cuu stiloou kecjier and a demo ratio
Dr. Chus. A. Crane, of Uoston,
will sind ten days in Minnesota,
spenking on prohibition under the
nnsploos of thn Kpworth Ix'ague.
Senator Hmistiorough is pushing au
amendment to thn army appropriation
hill, providing for tho expenditure
of I.OtKj.niK) for thn construction and
muiuteniinn of post exchniiges.
A French professor knocks: a prop
from under alcohol advocates. He
declares that alcoholism Is tho
most jsiteut fitctor iu promoting
tuberculosis. Aud ho quote figures
to provo it.
"Wo will not allow past political
alllliHtions to goveru us. We will
supsirt only men who are friendly
to our interests. " Read that over
iigiini aud remember that it is
thu ofllciul nttunuice of the whiskey
BY CURSED WINE.
Touch it not ye do not know,
Unless you're borne a fate like
How deep a curse, how wild a woe,
Is lurking iu that ruby wine.
Issik on my cheek 'its withered now;
It once was round and smooth as
Look 011 my deeply furrowed brow
'Tls all the work of treacherous
I hud two sons, two princely boys.
As noble men a Uod e'er Rare;
I saw them fall from honor's joys
To fill a common drunkard's
I bad a daughter, young aud fair,
Aa pure as ever woman bore
Where is she? Did yon ask me whore?
llend low, I'll tell the tale once
or go to th Justice of the Peace,
bat come to
for the Furniture and House Fnr-uishinga.
iuirror, usuauy $35.00. This sale, js.oo.
0 lass war
I saw that fairy child of mine
Linked to a kingly bridegroom's
Her heart was proud and light as
Oh would to God she then bad
Not many moous had filled their
While she upon his bosom slept;
'Twaa on m dark November morn,
She o'er a murdered husband
Her druukeu father dealt the blow
Hor brain grew wild her heart
grew weak ;
Was ever tale of deeper woo
A mother's lijw had lived to
She lives In yonder darkened halls,
No ray of reason there does shine ;
Sho on her murdered husband calls
'Twaa done by wine, by caned
ONE WOMAN AMONO THE.
We received a letter from Waycrosa,
Oeorglii, a few days ago, from a lady
who has lived there for yean. She
writes us that she had been troubled
with female complaint for long
time, nut II she was reduced almost
to a shadow. It effected her mind,
she could not remember any thing
woo Id get so confused aud so nervous
and irritable she could hardly sleep.
Shu described her case as one similar
to thousands of other women, and then
ended the letter by saying she gained
1H lbs. last month, and never felt
better in her life, having no trace of
her former trouble, slept well and
ato her meals with relish. This
lady cnmmcuccd the use of Dr.
Uunn'i Blood and Nerve Touio just
six weeks before she wrote the letter
from which we copy the above
This tonic is in tablet form and should
be taken right after meals. It turns
the food you eat into strong rich
blood, making solid flesh and feeding
the uerves, curing disease by making
healthy flesh. Pale, weak thin
Mwplu should use this tonic. For sale
py W. F. Kremer.
A SI00 GIFT FOB CHILDREN AT
Children' day at the Portlaud
Elk's Carnival will bo Sept 12, the
last day but one of the great street
fair. Ou that occaslou a pretty
Shetland pony, with an up-to-date
cart aud harness, will be given away
to some lucky boy or girl who to
present The pouy has been given
by Dt. W. A. Wise and the cart is
from Studebaker'a, Besides this
equipment it is probable that a saddle.
together with a haudsoincly em
broidered saddle-cloth, will be given
with the pony. Prise baby day was
A PARSONS' NOBLE ACT.
it .11 lli vnrM in know."
writes Rev. O. J. Budlong, of Atluf
wav, K. L, "what a tliurougniy gooa
and reliable medicine louna in
ttoctro Bit'or. They cured me ol
iunn.ii..A mm,! lirnr trnnhlea that had
caused me great suffering for many
years, r or a geuuioB, su
cure they excell anything I ever
saw." Electrio Bitter are the sur
prise of all for their wonderful
work in Liver, Kidney and Stomach
trouble. Don't fail to try them.
Ouly 60c Satisfaction is guaran
teed by W. F. Kremer.