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Fine Cooking apples, Orange Cliug and Salway Peaches, Grapes,
Casabas, Nutm;g and Water Melons, Etc.
Just Arrived Smoked Salmon, vSall Salmon, Spiced Herring.
Opposite the P, O
Of Air tight heaters includes nil si.t.-s and prices
from small stoves suitable for Bedrooms at $2.75
up to large stoves for Stores. We Deliver and set
up all stoves sold in town.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK.
FATTON'S SUN PROOF PAINT. (i.UU.AND STOVES.
1 1 air Kiddle Hardware Co.
All the new styles in Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed Hats that
will please in Style and 1'rice.
. Do not miss seeing them. Fhier line than ever before in Child
ren's Hats and Tarns.
A Full line of the new ideal patterns, ioc; when sent by mail nc
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf.
New Idea 10c Paper Patterns.
Miss Weston has her full stock of Fall and Winter Trimmed
Hats on exhibition at her store on Front Street (second
millinery store east of Sixth) and would be pleased to see
all her old customers and many new ones.
The very latest styles are on exhibition, comprising
many new shapes and new trimming.
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H. C. Bobzien, Propr.
w ill need good tackle. Our stock of
Flics, Spoons, Lines, Reels and Ro1b
is complete and we sell t lie best that
mil lie procured. Fishermen using
onr tackle aro euro to get good reiwrts
from the other end of the Hue.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
Mrs. Doll Hildreth of Ashlaud is
visiting Grants Pass friends.
Attorney Hoagh made a business
trip to Klamath Falls last week.
Miss Gertrude John Bpentseveral
days J n town, returning to Iter heme
at Williams on Monday.
Mrs. G. Thornton of Grants Pass
is Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Sullaway, in Sisson.
Dr. O. R. Ray, of Gold Hill, re
turned on Wednesday's train from a
two day's trip to Portland.
Miss Stella Paddock is engaged in
toachiug the school iu the Moore dis
trict, between Wilderville and Loves.
Al McKeuzie returned from the
Victory mine this week. The McKeuzie
family returned from Wolf Creek
C. L Leaveugood, superintendent of
circulation, and L. Hammond, solici
tor of the Portland Journal wero iu
Mrs. C. E. Payne returned Mon
day from Sail Francisco where she
has been visiting her son for the
past two months.
Mrs. Mildred Sparhawk and child
ren arrived Monday from Seattle and
will visit her parents , Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Sill of Murphy.
II. L. Gilkey aud sou Herbert and
Eclus Pollock- shouldered their guus
Monday aud are now on the Grave
creek mountain in search of big'gaiue.
C. II. Hill, a timber cruiser who
has been in the Klamath forests (lur
ing the summer and who spent a few
days visiting Grants Pass friends,
returned to his homo in Independ
ence, Monday night.
W. F. Hogue, of Waldo, was in
town Monday on his way to Portland.
Mr.' Hogne is an old resident of the
Waldo country and has rented his
farm to a Mr. Henirago, a recent ar
rival from California.
Following is the liBt of letters re
maining uncalled for Iu tho Grants
Pass poBt otllco, Saturday, Oct. 11th,
Mrs. S. H. Crowley,
Mrs. Wm. Slaveus,
Mrs. E. E. Morris,
Mrs. Rosa Stevens,
Mrs. A. W. Wallace,
Mrs Sarah Law,
Mrs. Frank Liuebarger.
P. A. Holmgrain,
U. G. McLoughlin,
Willis W. Milhr
R. T. Miller,
G. W. Wat ton,
Harmon, P. M,
Lincoln Savage passed through our
community Sunday on his wheel.
Mrs. J. B. Burrongh has returned
from her visit with relatives iu Jack
Tho littlo sou of Mr. and Mrs. Cor
nell is quite sick and under the
doctor's earn iu Grants Puss. Mr.
Cornell and Cap Verdin are jstrtners
iu the Chancy creek lime kiln.
Mrs. J. T. Robertson was quilo sick
the first of the week.
Mrs. H. D. Jones and Mrs, Rachel
McCanu ient Sunday at Selma.
Jas. Bumgnrduer and wife have
moved from Northern Oregon to
Jerome prairio district.
Cornell & Verdin havo stopped
work at their lime kiln.
There has been some talk of a M.
E. parsonage being built iu the
If you wish your hay baled, call on
Some of the farmers are harvesting
their fourth crop of alfulfa.
Mrs. J. W. McCollnm wuh iu town
Monday for medical treatment.
SUTTON ROGERS At Ashland,
Monday, Oct. IS, 1U02, Ed Sutton
and Miss Reiia Rogers, Rev. Mr.
GAMBLE SMYTIIE In Grunts Pass
Ore., Oct 10, l'.H)2. Amos H. Gamble
anil Cecelia J. Sniythe, both of
Josephine county. Dr. Robert Les
IOWANS AFTER TIMBER.
The rush of timlier land locators
continues without abatement, and the
members seeking claims in the yellow
and sugar pine timber belt east of
Ashland increases. Twenty-five men
arrived from Iowa Sunday, and 50
mor, including 10 women, on Mou
day's train fnira Muscatine, iu that
state, who will take claims in the
Sprague river valley of Klamath
county. Twelve four-horso teams
aro engaged to truinqxirt the locators
across the mountain divide to the
scene of their projoscd locutions. It
is expected that more jcnplu will fol
Another large crowd of locators left
two days ago for a new timber sec
tion in the vicinity of Summer Luke,
and they will be followed by others to
the Damn locality soon. Ashland
livery meu are at their wits' end to
"apply transiiortatiou facilities for
those who are locating on these lands,
aud all kinds of teams and vehicle
are pressed to service for the occa
sion. REV. CHAS. W. HAYS RECEIVES
U A CALL
The St. John s Presbyterian Church
of Portland has sent a call to Rev.
Chas. W. Hays to become their pastor.
Mr. Hays has presented the matter
to the session of the Bethany Presby
terian church and the session lias
called a meeting of the congregation
for next Thursday eveulug, to act
uijoo the matter.
A large stock of Selby shot gun
hells in black and smokeless powder
just received by Cramer Eros.
TRY IT AND YOU WILL BUY
The Modford floor. It is again the
best flour on the market Ask for it
The Southern Oregon State Normal
School is making thorough prepar
atious for the coming year's work,
The buildings are being remodeled
ami-repaired, and extensive additions
to the chemical and physical de
partmeuts are being made. The facul
ty is composed of strong teachers
consecrated to the work, and each do
partuieut is in the hands of a special
A year's course in Latin and iu
Economics has been added to further
j, prepare teachers for high school work.
The training department will bo es-
pccially strong. A uiui) of splendid
education and wide experience will
be at the head of this department.
Much atteutiou will bo given to ora
tory, and athletics will be made
prominent. The citizens of Ashland
have guaranteed some $300 as prizes
for excellence iu these lines. The City
Library of 2000 well selected volumes
is thrown open to students of the in
stitution. Board and lodging can be
hud at from $3. 50 per week to $4.00.
Climate healthy. Course of study
practical and exhaustive. For cata
logue of announcements write B. F.
Mulkey, president, or Clifford
Thomas, secretary, Ashland, Oregon.
Au entertainment will bo given at
the Ojiera house next Wednesday even
ing, October 33, which will, perhaps,
be of more than usual iuterost, as it
is a home talent entertainment, and
one-third of the net proceeds goes .to
tho benefit of the public school library
fund. Misses Carrie White aud Clco
Lucns, the promoters of tho affair,
have been working hard for several
weeks past, drilling young ladies for
one of tho features of the evening, viz:
"The Feast of tho Roses," which will
be very entertaining. Fourteeu school
girls appear iu this number.
Other numbers will consist of vocal
and instrumental musio and recita
tions the whole program constituting
what may projicrly be termed a popu
This eiiterainmeii is one that should
bo widely patronized. l'rices aro
Reserved seats 2.1o ; 'children 13c.
Oct. 22 Popular benefit entertain
ment at 0H'ra house. .
Oct. 23 Hennesy Lcroylo, iu "Other
People's Money," at Oiiera house.
Nov. 2 "Fiddle Deo Dee, " at Opera
Nov. 6 "Hunting for Hooligan."
Nov. 1 7-2:1 Madison Square Theatre
Cj., at Opuru house one week.
I KILLED A
deer, the kind that
the fairy books and old huuters tell
about, wits killed iu the woods of
Cow Creek Canyon and brought to
this city lust Friday by G. W. Dou
nell. Mr. Douuell killtd the deer
the evening Ik foru while waiting for
the traiu at West Fork. The deer is
like all others of its kind so far as its
genera 1 shuie and build is concerned,
but the remarkable feuturo of it is its
color. Its hair is a pure white and
its eves nre pink. Tho animal cor
responds in this respect to the Albinos
of tho African race of mankind.
Many old Southern Oregon hunters
who saw the carcass of tho frcuk deer
claim that they havo never seen any
thing of the kind before iu the South
ern Oregon mountains; however, they
deelaro that such deer have been
known at times iu various parts of
the country, but are very scarco and
hut seldom seen.
Mr. Douuell says that the freak was
with two ordinary deer and had it not
havo been for this he would not have
shot it as he would not have known
it to bo a deer. It presented a very
striking apiicaruuco with its snow
white coat. The carcass of the deer
was sent to Portland Friday night to
an expert taxidermist for mounting.
AFTER Tl.MIIKR CRUISES.
The General Ijmd Olliro is receiv
ing many complaints from citizens of
Southwestern Oregon alleging that
cruisers, representing Wisconsin and
M innesota lumber eomiaiiies, aro en
tering large tracts of land ill that
vicinity under the timlier and stone
act, when the lands, the complainants
assert, are mineral in character. The
complainants ask that the lauds ho
withdrawn from entry except under
the mineral laud laws.
In every case, however, they fail to
sji' cify the tracts which arc! alleged to
1st mineral. Ujmiii these general com
plaints the department cannot act, as
it would not he justified in making
sweeping withdrawals when jiossibly
only small anas are mineral in
character. I'pon request, the com
plainants have also failed to furnish
parti 'ulars, anil, iu consequence, no
action has been taken. There is no
evidence to show but what some of
these complaints may lie made for
selfish purMscs, to prevent the
Eastern interests gaining further con
trol of timbered tracts iu southwestern
Iu Northern California similar
complaints wire recently filed, but
specific charges were made as regards
sjs-cificd sections. Iu consequence, a
large number of forestry lieu land
selections have lieen suspended by
Commissioner Hermann, and the
character of the la ml will lie deter
mined by sjs-cial investigation.
G )LI BEACH NEWS.
Petitions ar ls-ing circulated and
lilsrally signed, asking Governor
Gecr to appoint E. A. Bailey, of Wed
derhurn, as county judge to till the
vacancy caused by the death of Judge
Rihy. Mr. Buikv is qualified in
every resjsMt and is the popular
choice for the I'sitiou.
Wm. 8. Winsor met with a serious
accident, last Friday, while en route
from Port Orford to Gold Beach. He
was going dowu Mussel creek hill,
when he met Will Doyle with a team.
and In pawing, Mr. Winsor's buggy
capsiz'rd over the bank, throwing him
to tho ground and dislocating his
shoulder. Ho is at Gw. Forty's at
Muwl Creek and is doing as well as
could be expwied. Port Orford
WM. DARKIS FOUND DEAD.
Wm. Dark is, a Southern Oregon pio
neer, was fooud dead in his cabin
near Waldo on tho Illinois, last Vrl
day. The remaius wero buried Satur
day near Waldo.
He was about 83 years of ago and
has been a tvsidout of Josephine
county siuce tho early days of 50
years ago. Ho was a quiet, modest
man and was seldom scu off his
claim on the Illinois except when
he appeared at Waldo for provisions.
Ho was a bachelor and lived alone iu
his cabin. He has no relatives iu
this country. Ho formerly had a
partner, but several years ago tho
partner died. Both were Irishmen.
Darkis had been dead several days
when his body was discovered in his
m for Vale.
Poland China brood sows and
shoals. Prioea low until Nov. 1st.
H. B. Alverson. Bridge st. milo
west of South schooL
Will trade lots In Kansas Cltv.
Kansas for ranch or timber land in
Southern Oreogn. Address Box 13ft,
Dress making and plain sewing by
the day. Inquire of Mrs. R. Dis-
brow, Dth street, west of brick yard.
PROF. FRANKLYN HERE.
Prof. Frankly n, tho famous palmist
and clairvoyant, has been in the citv
for the past week and has done a rush
ing business. The Vrnt. is now
located at the Laytou Hotel where he
can bo consulted on all tho affairs of
life. Most of onr people are taking
advantage of this chance to , get a
reading of a reliable medium as one
seldom visits here. Prof. Frnnklyu
has read for some of tlut most promi
nent peoplo of this country and he is
recognized everywhere as oue of the
most successful mediums iu America.
Why not havo him read your hand?
I can furnish cider by tho gallon or
barrel at 30o per gallon. H. B.
tiversou. linage St. -mile wen
of South school.
The Josephine circuit court for the
September term closed its work this
week. The following canes were de
cided since the despusal of the Grifllu
trial, previously reported :
First National Bank of Southern Ore
gon, va U. L. Webster, dismissed.
Geo, A, Eppery, vs English-Canndiuu
Philip Fralney, vs Jas. Little, judge
ment for Littlo for 1143.50.
Chss. Trefethen and C. A. Trefotfion,
vs Thos F. Rourkc, stipulation and or-
ler. Notary public ordered to appear
at oflice of Jas. Liulsoyd W. F Crosby
at Portland at date not later than Oct.
1, 1!H)3. It waa further ordered that
said cause be set for trial, Oct. 2, In
Oruered that warrent bo drawn lor
U in favor of W. II. Fallin for services
as court bailiff.
Jas. Tufts vs Robt. Faulkner and
Mary C. Faulkner; default and decree.
Ja, Carter and C, W. Boulware
partners, vs J. P. Tuffs and J. T. Tufts;
demurrer overruled. Ordered also that
the plaintiffs bo permitted to lilu their
Court adjourned until Oct. 2nd.
Jas. Littlu, vs F. II. Osgood ; demurrer
State of Oregon vs John Hall ; couri,
ordered that bench warrent be issued
by County Clerk for the arrest of de-
fendcnt, John Hall, returnable at once.
A. C. Hough, vs A. W. Fox and Jas.
0. B. liunn ; order of reference referred
to T. M. Calkins, court ruMirter to take
evidence and report by first day of the
next regular term of Circuit Court.
P. W. Iluekey vs Williamsburg Min
ing Company, judgment for plaintiff,
I'. II : Hackney for amount of dlllcionry.
W. J. Mathews vs Eureka Minimi
Company, order of reference. Ordered
that F. M. Calkins, court reporter take
and report evidence at next regular
term of Circuit Court.
C. A. Trefethen vs Thos. Rourke or
dcred that demurrer 1st overruled.
C. A. Trefethen, vs Thos. F. Rourke,
ordered that amendment be stricken
Florence Ranzuu, vs Henry Itaiizaii,
1). L. Drowning vs Kalph K. I'.ennett,
Lucy Kerrun v Avory Ferren, divorce
Kobl. (i. Smith, with Wm. II Emer
son as substitute vs E. ('. Sun. mi ; or
dered that II. f). Nortoir be suhstitcd
as attorney of record plaintiff, It. ti.
I). I.. Browning, va Itslph S. Bennett,
decree for plaintiff for 1)10(1.
Henry lloothviMay Hooth, case taken
Clarke Steam Heating Company, vs
Hummeridy Mining Co; dismissed,
C. A. Woolfolk vs Marfan Wollolk,
C. A. Trefethen vs T. F. Itourkn, de
fendant given 10 days for filing lirief.
In the matter of the estate of M. M.
I farkliess, deceased, stipulation of par
ties was heard in om-ii court and taken
WILL SURELY APPEAR.
There is no need for further doubt
aliout "Other People's Money" being
seen here. Tho iutcrested parties
have reached au understanding and
Mr. Leroyle and eompany will surely
Ixi seen here Oct. 23.
WHS. M. V. WILSON.
Mrs. M. ('. Wilson will give
Splritoal Circle each Sunday even
ing ; sjs-aking and testa; private sit
tings, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays, at ' her residence opsslte
the blcyeb) grounds. Prices reason
able. SETTLE WITH WOLKE.
J. Wolke w ishes to u ttlu up all ac
counts at once. All who are ow ing
him are notified to call at the Grants
Pass Hardware Co. at owe and settle
with him. All who have bills
against him are rwpacsted to call and
eoIliTt. J. Wolke.
T1 "Al?fwSh, fcj
BhI Cu.Ii Br n.. frntm Oial. Vm tl
frl In 11,1,1! - .t lr flruvtfi-ta. PJ
r"- rirrnrri" r nn nftnjutn nrrri i
C-r . ivmnmrv, . w www .m
Cio to Corun for Dumbing.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druggit
See VoorMea about Kodaks aud Supplies
The steam feather renovator (Becom
ing toGrauts .Pass.
Fountain Peus Waterman's Ideal
3.50 to .00 at Cramer Bros.
Pleuty of crocks and jura for pickles
and preserves at Cramer Bros.
To bo ready for long evening read
ings see Thomas' lamps.
L. J. Perdue has purchased D. Hau
nau's interest iu theHannun& Har
mon livery stable.
A complete line ol the celebrated
Mitchell Ruggies, Hacks and Wagons.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Try Morris' Poultry Cure aud Stock
food at F. II. Schmidts. No Cure
No Pay. Free Samples.
Rifles, shot guus and all kinds of
ammunition at Cramer Bros.
Curtis & Co Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a aomplete stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. All
kinds of repairing dune. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
First class engraving done while
yon wait, at Letcher's.
Cramer Bros, aro agents for Hercu
les Powder, fuse and caps.
We again have plenty of Winchester
and Marllu rifles, also cartridge
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron'a.
Tho Y. W. C. T. V. will moot
Monday evening, October 30th, at the
Advent ist church.
Get ready for cold weather and buy
your Airtight Heater ut Cramer Bros.
It is reported that Col. Rodgers has
made a rich striko as tho Oregon
Bonanza mine on Williams creek.
Plain script letters engraved on any
article fie per letter; Old English
letters 10c at Letcher's.
The merry-go-round, which has been
disis'iising music here by steam pow
er for the iiast two weeks, has dejiart
ed. It is reported that thej took in
about S'OOOO at a nickel a ride.
Free engraving on any article of
jewelry bought from Letcher, the
jeweler. Front street, opjiosito do
pot. The morning train on Monday was
delayed eight hours at Kliimathon
on account of the buriniig of tho mill
and other buildings, which blinked
Lt)own tho river just below Ahlf's
slaughter house there aro hundreds of
salmon at present. Tho spawning
grounds aro alive with tho fish aud
many fishermen go there to get salmon
eggs which are good trout bait.
If you buy a stovo or heater of
Cramer Bros., they will set it up free
of charge if you are within tho towu
W. H. Gilstrap of Tacoma, Wash
ington, is planning to paint a series
of historical pictures for display at
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of
I'.KM as well as at the Lewis and Clark
Exposition at Portland iu HtOft. They
will relate principally to the great
exs'ditiou of lx'wis and Clark which
followed tho Louisaiiu Purchase and
tho important discoveries in tho far
northwest which resulted from that
J. C. Mattisou, of Gnliee, sustained
a gainful accident last Saturday. He
wits engaged in shoeing his horse
and was striking tho shoo on the
anvil when a piece ol steel flew unrt
hit him iu the left eye. Sunday
morning he came to Grants Pass and
Dr. Finilley extracted the metal
which had cut through two coatings.
Mr. Mattisou will be obliged to stay
under the ibs tor's care fur somo time
hut. it is probable that tho accident
will not seriously injure his eyesight.
ACTIVITY IN GOLD HILL DIS
TRICT. The Gold ILlll mining district,
situateil IU miles eust of Grants Pass,
is enterlmr u period of activity greater
than it has ever known since the
liuliny days of W) years ago. The
mines of that district, like those of
other districts in the slate, are under
going systematic development at the
hands of enterprising and vxierlenced
miners. Recently the mines of the
Gold Hill district that were but
scratched over by the Kickct-huiitcrs
during the eaily days, are being
ots ui il up to a depth of several
hundred feet anil their real values ex
posed. Another feature that is add
ing to the activity anil worth of the
Gold Hill district at this time, is the
enterprise of Doctor C. E. Ray iu the
hiiiljling of a dam across Rogue river
similar to the one being built In the
Dry Diggings district by the Golden
Drift company. I)r. Ray anil his
brother" of New York City, the two
of whom have si vi ral million dollars
at their command, have invested
heavily in mining projicrtics in the
Gold Hill district, and to further the
development of their own mines, u
well us the entire district of Gold
Hill and a large rtiou of Rogue
river valley, they are pulling iu a
dam across the Kogue river from
which they will derive unlimited
iwcr for any and till pursis a lor
which they may chisise to use it.
Doctor Kay has I .') men at work
building the dam whiih he intends to
have compli ted Is fore the arrival of
the winter ruins and freshets. The
dam is a mislel of engineering skill
aud workmanship and will turn a
large body of water from the Rogue.
This water w ill Isi curried around
tho mineralized hills of the Gold
Hill district and across a large section
of Rogue river valley and wi 11 serve
tho double pur for jsiwer aud irri
gation. In this respect it will make
useful a large mci ion of southern Ore
gon that has hitherto Is en useless.
Besides watering the gardens and
orchards It will make (lossihhi the
working of a large number of dry
gulch placer fields that are rich iu
gold but which cannot be worked un
der the ( xinting conditions on account
of lack of water.
High Art Clothing.
B KuppmhtimfT t ca
PLAYED ONE PART OVER 1S00
In looking over tho different criti
cisms of Mr. Lcroylo'a performance
of Hutchinson Hopper in "Other Poo
plo'a Money" wo notico attention has
been called by J. Arehor, tho cole
brnted critic, to the fact that Mr.
Leroyle has apjicarcd In tho quaint
character over lfiOO times.
Another largo order of Garland
stovea and ranges just received at
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Prof. Frankly n
Most Famous Clairvoyant and Palmist
Who is now hsateii at the Ijiytou
Hotel, jiarlors 20, corner Sixth aud
II streets, has done a rushing business
all week, his parlors being crowded
with some of the best Jsioplo iu tho
city. This would indicate that the
I'Ople of Grants Pass aro quick to
recognize a reliable medium when
one visits hero. Those who have con
sulted the professor say that ho tells
them their lives better than they
know it themselves aud they all agree
that they have been much Iio1mm1
through his advice. Prof. Franklyn hos
no equal in his profession. Ho stands
alone, the prince of clairvoyants, aud
is the greatest master of the sc ience
of Palmistry the world has ever
produced. He tells you what you
came for without asking you a ques
tion, and guarantees to reveal every
incident of your life, lst, present
and future; advises you ou love, mar
riage and divorce; sales, changes,
stu bit ions, projicrty, business losses
If your business is unsuccessful or if
you have troublo of any kiud, yon
should see this gifted medium at once.
No matter what your trouble Is, he
can and will help yon, and if you are
not helpvd and perfectly satisfied after
a visit, he will positively refuse to
accept a fee. You should remember
that every i rou ia adapted to some
certain kind of business or profession
and uo one can make a success of his
life until he finds out for what he ia
best kfltteiL You may wish to kuow
if it ia advisable to make a change in
business, iu lovo or lu nialago.
Shall I succeed ill luy undertakings?
Shall I ever become wealthy f When
a Kupprnncifner a Ca
AarajM. mtflTlTillSiHn'f sV
Now ia tho time to
aro not broken the
Remember, we are
allowing only the
Cannot get out of
shape, sag, wrinkle
or break along the
coat front, and the
collar and lapels are
ao fashioned that they
cau't got out of place
A shapely coat
H. Harth & Son.
ROCK MEN WANTED.
Good rock men wanted at (1.75 to
$2.00 per day. Board 13.26 per week.
Call or address D. E. Morris,
Browusboro, Jackson Co., Ore,
FARM FOR SALE.
100 acres; 10 acres iu threat fruit; 90
acre under fence aud cultivation
alfalfa aud clover, water for irriga
tion. Good two story dwelling etc.,
good stock ruuge. Address Box 11
Consulted Him ?
shall I marry? How often shall I mar
ry? Shall I ever bo divorced? Poei
another share the lovo that rightfully
belongs to mo? If so who? In what
should I invest luy money? Ia my
Tho lrof. tells you all these things
and a great many more. He is ever
ready to assist those with small
cnpltal to find a quick and sure in
vestment. Mining men and pros
pectors In lrticular should consult
this gifted medium, as ho is often
able to save them much time and
money lu locating aud dirveloping
As a test lu your reading he tolls
you your full uume. All business
strictly coiiHdeutial and parlors aro so
arranged that you meet no strangers.
Lady iu attendance, fee reasonable
and in reach of all. Perfect satis
faction by mail, send fl, day and
date of birth and any questions yoa
may wish to ask, to Prof. J.
Frankly n, Grunts Pass. (Special)
while hero the Prof, wishes to an
nounco that ho will start a class lu
Palmistry aud will develop mediuma
tie jwrsons at a reasonable cost. The
Prof, lias taught some of tho beat
knowu mediums lu this couutry
Also many ladies and gentlemen who
wished to use the science for their
own amusement aud paxtinio, aud he
expects to get tnuuy pupils here.
P. & Call early to avoid the
Layton Hotel, Parlors 30, Private
ontranoe, walk right up not necessary .
to enquire at office.