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GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1902.
bchool r?upt.. . .
J. O. lioolh
( John Wells
' ' )(.'. F. Lovelace
K. I., ISartlett
T. P. Judsou
J. T. Taylor
H C. Perkins
W. F. kremer
Mayor W. F. Kremer
Auditor and Police Judge R. L. Davis
treasurer. Col. W. Johnson
( ity Attorney C. E. May bee
..initial jonn LocKimrui
ftreet r-upt John Patrkk
CouiK'ilmen Ueo. H. Uinns
A. C. HoukIi, J. II. William. C.
E. Harmon J. A. kelikopf. Will C.
Smith, Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt
Grants Pass I.odt:e A. F. A A. M No. 81.
regular coiuniunieation lirst ami third
Saturdays. Yinling brothers nmliallv
hiviled. H. C. lioBizts, W. M. '
A J. Pikk, Sec'y.
Roval Ari'li Masons - Heames Chapter No.
2S meet second and fourth Wednesday
Masonic hall. L, L. J swell.
J. E. PtTtiisoit, Secy. H. P.
Eastern Slur Josephine Chapter, No. C'i
meets lirst and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in Masonic
hall. Mas. H, Zjllir.
Mas. Amsa M. Hulman. W. M.
I. O. 0. F , Uoldcn Rule l.od('e No. 7S.
meets every Saturday niirlil at I. O. O.
F. hall. C. 11. Uuisiull,
T. Y. Df an, Secy. N. (i.
Paran Kncuiiipiiient I. (). (). F. No.
meets second and fourth Thursday at
I. O. t. K. hall, FkKD Sciimiut",
TYMIkah, Sec'y. iJ.
Rebekahs Etna Rebekah, No. 4!l, meets
second and fourth Monday, I. O. (I. F.
hall. Mak 'Davis, N'.O.
Klms (tKKKN, Secy.
L'niied Artisans-Ursula Pass Assembly
No. 4!), meets alternate Tue-davs in
A.O. V. W. hall. F. E. Wkktx.
Fkeu Mio.scu, Master Artisan,
Woodmen of the World Uoirue liner
Camp No. .V, meets second and fourth
Fridays at Woodman Hall.
11. V. Mlaos.
C. E. Maviikb, Consul Commander.
Women of Woodcraft Azalea Circle, No.
liri, meets lirst and third Mondays at
I,. May Davis, O. N.
W. E. Dkas. Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of America li rants Pass
CampNo.KUi? inert 'Jmi and 11 ti Wednes
day bveniiiL's at Woodmen hall at 7:.
Chas. 11. Marshall. V. C.
N. Remolds, Clerk.
Foresters of America Court Josephine
No. at, meets each Wednesday except
the first, at A. O. V. W. hail.
J. P. Ham, C. R.
G. S. Holt, F. S.
Josephine Lode, No. 11'-', A. 0. U. W.
meets in A. (). I'. W.hull, Dixon build
ing every Monday evening. .
J. II. M kauk, M. W.
11. A. Stamakd, Recorder.
Hawthorne l.adxe, No. '.'1, D. of 11.. A. 0.
C. W. meets every alternate Tuesday
' evening in A. O 'C. W. hall, Dixon
Imildiin:. Mas. A. Met Aiaiiv.
Mas. Lvdia Vr.H, C. of H.
Knights of the Maccabees (irauls Pa-s
lent, No. W meets lirst and third
Thursdays at Woodmen ball,
Wm. Allied, D. SroVAl.l.,
Record keeper. Commander.
Ladies of the Maccabees-Cranis Pass,
Hive No Id holds regular "iteviews"
tirstand third Thursdays at A. O. L
W. hall. Visiting sisters cordially
invited. Jennie Cheshire,
Mary .-millions, Lady Commander.
Knights of Pvlhias Thermopylae No. 5U,
meets each Tuesday night 7:1)0 I. O.
. tl. F. hall. J. T. Chausse,
Tod Williav. C.
K. ot R and S.
Oram! Army of the Republic (ten. Logan
Tost No. ;m, meets lirst Wednesday at
A.O. I . W. hall. J. E. Ptn.usoN.
Abe AxttLU, Adjl. Com.
American Order of Steam Fngineers, Ore
gon t'tuncll No. 1, meets tirst and
nurd taiuidavs, al A. O. I'. W. hall.
Wm. 11. KtNMiY,
1H.M. F. SlYKtt k, Chiei Engineer
Order of Pernio White Rock Coumil No
Mi, meets in A. O. C. W. Hail lirst
and third iriduy nights,
C. E. -May itt:, Secretary.
Emma lli.Lcims, Counselor.
I'nihd I'.roiherboiKl of Carpenters and
Joiners ol America I'nion No. Ills
meets second and tourth T Inirsduys of
each month al A. O. C. W. Hail.
J. E. Wir.unAN, Pres.
D. A. FiT't tUA tit, Siv'y,
lu es in all Stale and Federal Coon
Ollice over First .National llank.
0. S. DtPL'TY
X. E. McC.REW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
r urnlture sud i'lauo
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
The popular birber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Bath room in connection
Tr--- 3 HAIR BALS
Fine Butter a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
II. II. BARTON,
Full mwor:ment of Watches, Clocks, .Sil
verware and Jewelry. A (JixkI
HSeoruiient of HraceleU and
Clemens' drug Store.
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRESH and SALT
A Fine Assortment of Boss Cases
. The Jeweler.
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
Ill UP CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts a (leneral Hanking business.
Keccives di perils subject to check or on demand eertiticates.
Our ciiMuntri are as.ircd of curteous treatment and every consideration con
sistent with sdiiimI bunkinc; iirinciples.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
ltweive deposits subject to check or on certificate payable on demand.
Sells sifclit drafts i New York Han Francisco, and 1'ortlaud.
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points in the 1'nited states.
ipecial Attention jmvcii to Collections and general business of our cu-doiuer.
Collections made throughout riouthern Oregon, and on all accessible jsiiiils.
it. A. 1I0CTH. l'rcs.
J. C. CAMl'llKI.I,, Vice Pres.
11. 1.. Cill.KKY, Cashier.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADIOCK, I'koi h.
I am prenirred to furnish anything in tln line of Cemetery ork in any kind
jf MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty yearn of eiperience in the Marble business warrant my aying
tliat I can till your orders in the very best
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede
Front Hired, Nrit to Greene's Cunsliop.
Mmdm In lima
$15,'$20 m $30
The best Disc Machine on the Market
Entertains Everybody Everywhere
Use Flat Indestructible Records
which can be handled
without danger of
The GRAPHOPHONE aad COLL'MBU RECORDS were awarded
the C.UVD PRIZE at the PARIS EXPOSITION of 1900
Columbia1 Phonograph Co.,
1 123 Geary Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
FOR. SALE BY
W. A. Paddock. Grants Pass, Ore.
Remember a fifty cent bottle
of Scott's Emulsion given in
proper quantities will last a
baby fifty days ; a child six or
seven, thirty days; and a child
of ten or twelve, twenty days.
It's a very economical medi
cine. If the child is sickly, without
appetite, it will nourish and
bridge it over until it can take
its usual food.
For delicate children withou
any real disease, it can be used
with splendid results.
We'll Knd yna a litdc to try, U you lika,
SCOTT & BOWSE, 49 Parl Mrect, New York
Orange Front, Oppo. Opera Houtc.
To Cure a Cold In a Duj.
Take Laxative I'.romo (juimne Tablets,
All dru'iii" refund llie money if it fails
to cure. E. W. I i rove's biyimlure is on
Front St. oopo. Wa',r Tank.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A. VanNoy, Propr.
J. KHASK WATSON, l'res.
It. A. HOOTIl, Vice-I'rea,
I.. I.. JEWKI.L, Cashiei.
or American Granile or any kindrf
J. B. l'ADDOCIv,
lypum mailing ml
The rebroductkxit art
7-inch Records 50 etrU rh $5 p 4"
IOhmcIi Record SI each; $10 per do.
Thursday, Nov. 27, ling been desis
riHtod as Thanksgiving dny nnd the
following proclitmntiou has been is
sued by i'residcut Koosoyolt:
"AocordiuR to tho ywtrly custom of
oaf people, it fulls aiMii the president
nt this sonsou to appoint a day of
festival mid thanksgiving to God.
Over a century and n quarter lias
passed since, this country took its
place among the nut ions of the earlli,
and during that time we luive had, on
the whole, more to bo thankful for
than has fallen to tho lot of any oilier
people. Generation nfter generation
has grown to manhood and passed
away. Each has had to bear its
peculiar burdens, each to face its
special crisis and each lias known
veers of grim trial, when the country
was menaced by umlico, domestic or
foreign, when the baud of the Lord
was heavy u;xn it in death by flood
or iiestilcuce, when, in bodily distress
nnd ungnisli of soul it paid the
penalty of folly and a froward liinrt.
Nevertheless, decade by decade we
have struggled onward and upward.
We now abundantly enjoy material
well-K ing, and under tho favor of the
Most High wo are striving earnestly
to achieve moral and spiritual uplift
ing. "The year that lias just closed. has
been one of peace and overflowing
plenty. Karely lias any ieoplo en
joyed greater prosperity than wc are
now enjoying. For thin we render
heartfelt mid solemn thanks to the
giver of good, and we seek to praise
Him, not by words only, but by deeds,
by tho way in which we do our duly
to ourselves aud to our fellow-men.
"Now, therefore, I, Theodore Roose
velt, President of the United States,
do hereby designate as a day of gener
al thanksgiving, Thursday, the 27th
of tho coming November, nnd do
recommend that throughout the land
the people cease from their ordinary
occupations and in their several homes
and places of WoTship render thanks
onto Almighty Clod for the manifold
blessings of tho past year. "
COLONY OF HEAVER.
H. C. Perkins, United States Sur
veyor, assisted by a corps of engi
neers, have returned ,to this city,
having completed tho work of sur
veying the old military road of the
Oregon & Central Land Grant through
tho Cascade forest, reserve for the
Booth -Kelly Company. Tho party
has bcett engaged in tho survey since
tho first of August.
Mr. Perkins tells of an intarrst ing
discovery ho made in the Cascade
Mountains, near the heud waters of
tho Willamette and lies Chutes rivers.
Far out in this remote wilderess the
surveyors found a colony of beavers,
1(H) or more in number. The colony
is situated mar tho middle fork of the
Willamette and not far from tjio base
of Mount Scott. The many little in
dustrious workers that comprise the
colony have dammed up the river at
the iint of lliis habitation, causing
it to overflow in n.any places and
causing lakes several hundred acres
in extent to be found.
The discovery of this colony of
beavers is interesting and important.
These sagacious little ('natures,
whose cleg nit coals (if fur have caused
them to bo greutly coveted by greedy
man for ages past, liuvo become
nearly extinct except ill a few remote
localities unlrerinenled by trappers and
hunters. This colony is s rliups the
only one of any size or number on the
Pacilie ('nasi, and for this reason, as
wi ll as the fact that it Is n part of.the
Cascade forest reserve, the Govern
ment should take prompt action to
Game Warden tyuimby, who proba
bly knows mulling of tho existence of
the colony, call no doubt find ill the
protection of these beavers an ad
ditional and happy duly. The sur
Vi yius rejHii t that they saw a trapper
in tin' vicinity of the bearer colony,
ami f 1 o'lillib lit that the lure h
prized,' furry -coated creatures are be
ing caught. A wagon filled with
traps was also eiii'ounleri d ill the
mountain woods, and its destination
could e.'s.-ily be guessed. As tho colo
ny is slitiiileil near Crater. Lake Na
tional I i rl. , its pretictioii will menu
a va!i:ab!e addition to the natural
w cinders of the j.;u
Mr. l'trliiis, uhnisa nat urali.-t as
We'll as mi eiicinei r, hj enl several d:i
n ar the coli.ny, m thing a study of its
mt.'P t jug inhabitants. He slid it
was something womb rftil to until the
intelligence and skill, as well us rea
son, with which tleise little animals
constructed their dam und reservoir.
While they do not reason out by math
ematical foniiulu the effect tliut water
has uisiu structures of this kind, they
nevertheless build them with all the
skill and ingenuity of a hydraulic en
gineer. One of the most remarkable
uianifeslatioiis if J their unerring skill
and certuinly by which they construct
their hydraulic i nti i j.riso that Mr.
I'erk ins not iced during bis visit with
the upl-r Willamette beaver colony
was the manner in which the indus
trious little workers felled trees.
They use I lie bark for their f's-sl and
the limbs in the building of their
dums and houses. Mr. Perkins said
he kiw stunii two feet III diameter,
rom which the Isavers have cut trees
for their dams and reservoirs, always
rejecting tre. s that lean from the
waler, for while the beavr.rn ar good
logj:i rs, they are Is-tter raftsmen than
they are timls riie n, their aquatic
nature preventing them from being
able to transi-nrf heavy logs vi-ry far
on laud. However, Mr. Perkins said
he raw tie in Iran-port brur.li and light
limb veral hundred feet from the
woods to the water, and knew ome
of them to travel several miles from
the river or any stnaiu. Telegram
At a caucus of tho laboring men of
Grams Pass, held in tho court house
Saturday evening, tho following wage
earners were selected to jou for the
offices designated at tho coining
primaries and tho election following :
Mayor, J. F. Bashor.
Conucilmau 1st Ward, Joseph Ga
leeuer. Councilman 2d Ward, Thomas Hood.
Councilnmu 3d Ward, Henry Hiller.
Second choice 3d Ward, John Keh
kojTf. Councilman 4th Ward, II. C. Per
kins. Treasurer, Colonel Johnson.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION IN
11)03. During 1003 Tho Youth's Com
panion will publish in 62 weekly is
serial stories, each a book in itself,
reflecting American lifo in home,
camp und field.
sjiecial articles contributed by famous
men imd women travellers, essayists,
soldiers, sailors, statesmen and men
thoughtful and timely editorial ar
ticles on important public and do
short stories by tho best of living
story-writers stories of character,
stories of achievement, stories of
short notes on current events, and
discoveries in the field of scienco und
bright and amusing anecdotes, items
of strango and curious knowledge,
poems und sketches.
This is what Tho Youth's Com
panion offers its readers- during l'.IOJl.
And tho quality of it is fully equal to
tho quantity. It is edited for the
entire family. Tho busiest people
read it because it is condensed, ac
curate and helpful.
Its weekly summary of important
news is complete and trustworthy.
Its editorial comment on political und
domestic questions is nou-iartisan ; it
aims to statu facts in such a way that
(he reader can use them as tho basis
of an Intelligent opinion. Its weekly
artielo on hygiene is of tho utmost
value for preserving tho health of the
household. It reflects on (ivory page
the wholesome, industrious, homo-loving,
home-making side of America
lifo the life of noble aims and honor
A full announcement of the new
volume will bo sent with sample
copies of the mkt to any address on
request. The new subscriber for 11)01)
Who sends $1,75 for tho new volume
at once will receive free all tho re
maining issues for 1!I02, including the
Double Holiday Nuuilsrs; also The
Companion Calendar for 11)03, litho
graphed in twelve couth and gold.
The Youth's Companion, 141
Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass.
ONE WOMAN AMONG THE
Wo received a letter from Waycross,
Georgia, a few days ago, from u lady
who bus lived there for years. She
writes us that she had been troubled
with female complaint for a long
time, until she was reduced almost
to a shadow. It effected her mind,
she could not remember any tiling
would get so confused and so neivous
and irritable she could hardly sleep.
Shu described her case us one similar
to thousands of other women, mid then
ended the letter by saying she gained
IS lbs. hist mouth, and never fell
better in her life, having no trace of
her former troubles, slept well and
ate her meals with a relish. This
lady coinineiiced tho use of Dr.
Giinn's Blood und Nerve Tonic Just
six weeks Is fore she wrolo the letter
from wh.ch we copy tho above
l li ih tonic is in tablet form and should
! taken rigliMili'.T meals. It turns
the food y "U eat into strong rich
blood, making solid flesh and feeding
tho nerves, curing dineaso by makiiiii
healthy flesh. Pah', weak thin
IK ople should use this tonic. For sale
by w, F. Kremer.
M'Hi: ct iu: 1 OK PILES.
Itching l'ils pioducn moisture and
ctuistM itcliin. This f ,iiu, ni uell hs
Kill"), Weeding or i'lolllldllig I'lies !
lined bv I'r. I'.ieiisu ko'c 1'i'e Iteinuly.
lops it.-hing slid bin-ding. Ab-oih
tumors. f.Oi-sjsr st I li nagisi , or scnl
tiy iiuiil. Treatise tree. Wrile tot
about our case. r II isaiiko, I'loUda
i'a. For ule by W. !'. Kremer.
Fruit li r can ho had in small
quantities at tho Courier ollice.
Ijirger lots, from MK) )suiuds to ton
lots can lie secured on short notice.
Leave all orders at the Courier ofllce.
Only reliabln brands of Photo
Goods ciiirled ut A. E. Voorhies'.
I Absolutely Pure
i THE RE 15 NO SU3STITUTE
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tho W. C. T. U. will hold a Fran
chise meeting at the homo of Mrs. E.
A . Wade, Nov. 7, at li :30 p. m.
I said, "Let mo walk in the fields;"
He said, "Nay, walk iuthe town;"
I said, "There are no flowers there i"
Ho said, "No flowers, but a crown. "
I said, "But t!io sky is black,
There is nothing but noise and din"
But He wept as ho sent mo back
"There is more," He said, "there
is sin. "
1 said, "But the air is thick
And fogs are veiling tho sun;"
Ho answered, "Yet souls aro sick,
And souls in the dark undone."
I said, "I shall miss the light,
And friends will miss me, they say ;"
Ho answered me, "Chose tonight
If I am to miss yon or they. "
I pleaded for time to bo given;
He said, "Is it hard to decide?
It will not seem hard In heaven
To have followed tho steps of your
I cast one look nt tho field,
Then set my faca to the town;
Ho said, "My child, do you yield?
Will yon leave tho flowers for the
Then into bis hand went mine,
And into my heart came He,
Ami I walk in a light divine
Tho patli I had feftred to see.
NATIONAL W. C. T. U. RESOLU
TIONS. A service ill memory of friends aud
members who have died during tho
year wits u touching feature of the
fourth day's session of tho National
V. (!. T. U. convention. Reports of
sniM'riiiteudenls were also presented.
During the forenoon, 10-uiiiiutu re
ports were niado by seven superintend
ents. Mrs. Emiliu D. Martin, of Now
York, reported for tho department of
literature and art. Mrs. Martin said
there was no more hi'ful sign on the
horizon of the organization than that
they have gained the influence of pub
lic sentiment. The press reflects pub
lic sentiment and during the past year
tilt) journals of tho country liuvo given
larger space to purity und temiHrance.
Mrs. Martin asked for the adoption
of a resolution passed by tho New
York County W. C. T. U. as follows:
"Resolved, That tho innocence of
youth, the purity of middle age and
the sanctity of old ago aro aliko
shocked and degraded by illustrations
of tho female figure unclothed uimui
billboards and in other public places.
Wo will use every proisT means by
striving to awaken public sentiment,
by upis'uls to city or state authorities
and by local means, if need Is', to
have this meiiiuiee to public morals
and stumbling blocks to clean man
hood and womanhood removed. This
resolution to bo submitted to all
women's clubs and societies, asking
their approval and Indorsement of the
same and inviting their cn-(isrnl ion
in the movement. "
Mrs. Martin also urged the adoption
of Miss Helen Miller Gould's resolu
tion to regulate the midway dances
at tho St. Ivouls World's Fair, which
she said had been aopted by the wo
man managers. She wild :
" We take con in go in the fact that
tho Controller of the Treasury has de
cided that the appropriation of f."i,IMK)
HOD for the ex)ssltou would la) with
held unless tho contract to close the
gates lo visitors mi Sunday during the
whole duration of the fair is execut
ed." There has h"cn 2"i0,IXH) pages of lit
oruturu printed and distributed free
of cost during the year.
Mrs. Mary F. Levell, of Pennsylva
nia, lor tho department, of mercy, In
brief said :
"A ibpart meiit that makes it its
chi if aim to systematically Implant
the humane idea ill the mind of the
human race deserves success. Cal
ifornia has enacted a stale law dur
ing tint year requiring humane educa
tion in the public schools. Ill Colo
rado tli i same has been done und
ernlii is fianl.ly given lo the W. C.
Ni biaska adopted at its last state
''OIIV'-m ions lo h i presented to its
ue-oiMiig Legislature a protest against
trap shooting d. uiiuiieiiiig it as brutal
DISC GRAPH Oi'lloNLrf AND
Pirfeclion in Disc Graphophones
and Flat Records was quickly achiev
ed by the Columbia Phonograph Coin
miiy, the pioneers and lenders in the
talking luuehiiih art, when it demon-
United tho wonderful jsissibilitics of
tint flat imhutiuctihln records. I'p
to that time nothing iiiiirtant hud
been accomplished. Tho machines
were faulty and the records were not
in the same class with tlm cylindrical
records used mi the gruj hiiphouo. A
knowledge of how to make disc re
cords and the pnqs r mat) rial for
which to make them seemed to be en
tirely lucking. The w ide exjs rience
of the record department of the
Columbia Phonograph Company ell
ablidit to grasp the true principles
underlying tho making of disc re
cords, ami tho lirst product was a
great deal Is-tter than anything that
had been accomplished by others.
Willi the la so of time (lie Improve
ment that bus come with practice has
placed tho Columbia Disc Records
far in advan;o of all others. They
are characterized by smoothness,
sweetness, cleurness and naturalness.
Ami while preserving all these de
sirable qualities liny are the loudest
J records on the market.
It may seeni early to talk Christmas, but we have had so
many inquiries as to when our Christmas Goods would be
ou display that we are compelled to say something. This
is pre-eminently the store in which to buy gifts. People
are finding that out, and that's one reason they want to be
first aud get the choice. Our lines this year will far sur
pass anything ever attempted iu Southern Oregon.
Book Cases, Desks Some
Couches and Lounges.
$30 down to tho bost couch for tho least money you
Pictures Tho picturo and
framing department is full
of tho very best in art
goods, both framed and un
framed. Don't put off the
framing of that picturo so
long. Can't you lot us have
it now when we're not so
hurried as wo will bo later?
Wall Papers A look over
our assortment ia sure to
pleaso tho most critical. 10
China ware. The lino this
tho way of tho useful as well as the ornamental, light
weight nrtistio goods. Cups and Saucers from 10c up.
Carpets full of elcganco
and worth from 2rC to $2.
Wo show tho largest assort
ment in Southern Oregon.
Rugs', COc to $20.
Linoleum saves scrubbing
Lace Curtains, 50eto$(J.
Clocks Somo most beauti
ful designs nt surprisingly
low prices. Asktosooour
Cathedral Gong J and 1 hour strike Mantel Clocks. A
warranted alarm clock for $1.
Stoves anil Ranges A
haudsoiuo Steel Kangp, 0
hole, high wanning closet,
$;i() to $52. Cook Stoves
and Air-Tight Heaters all
(i Tin Milk Pans for 25c.
Tin Tea Pots 5c.
You arc most cordially invited to call aud see
the store whether you wish to buy or not.
Shall we have the pleasure of seeing you?
Kurnilur. Mtif l'l.ture Mouldings
Uce CurUini jiff AtLfJ . Ur.ntlswsrt
I.lnoliiiiiK AAZMiKimy Wilts' '.snips
MllliiK C'r S ' Cutlery
Slirror yr ' WiKxJpnwsrs
The bine Uriiiilioihon is niudo In
three ty s, selliiiK st 1A, 'J0 nd
ftO. Bevell-lnell records 50o eueh, $o
er doseu ; 10 ineh records f I eiu-h,
$10 i r doi n. The Lrruihoihoii nd
ColunibU Keeords were awnrded the
(iniud I'r i io at the I'urls Kxmtltiun
W. A. ruddock, Omuls l'nss, Ore.,
hesdiiiurters for Rraiilioulioiios snd
mlklug iiiMihliio supplies of every
kind, will send you cntulogues ou up
CATARKU OF THE STOMACH
Ieads to dyi'la, ettnses Indites-
tlou, alwsys results la sour stunuu-h.
water brush aud loss of sptietlto;
Furniture in immense va
riety and at carload prices.
Iron Ucds from $20 down
to the lowest priced on the
Rockers from $20 down to
$1.60. The largest variety
ever shown hero,
Tables All kinds; some
nowj ideas, new finishes,
very reasonably priced goods.
Over 25 different kinds from
to GOc por roll.
-year is especially eood in
Dinner Ware W6 carry four open
stock patterns. You can match up
hero. Buy your dishes here.
Lamps In every kind; a
with shado to match $1.25.
Wn in ni;: I
causes you to bo lcli up gas; causes
your totigao to bocorutt bloated ; causM
you to bloat up after eating; causes
you tu feel luitit ; makes you fool as
if you had lead in your stomach;
causes bok'hinir wiud and sour food,
bad tustu in mouth, offeuslvo breath ;
causes shooting palus in the stomach.
If ueglevted brings on lntlaiued aud
ulcerated stoiuaeh. 8. B. Catarib.
Curo heals and Invigorates the
stomachs that have beeU weakened aud
impuircd by catarrh, and is sure
euro for all stomach troubles aud
loss of apjietlto w hen takeu according
to directions. For sale by all drug
gl. ltookou C'aturrh free. Address.
Smith liros., Fresno, CiiL