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ROGUE. RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 3, fooj.
... Hermatic Fruit Jars....
Canning season now here Buy the HERMATIC FRUIT JAR,
thereby insuring your fruit to keep. Easiest to seal, easiest to open;
has wide mouth aud made of clear white glass. You'll be pleased after
Haven't said much about Coffees and Teas lately, but our sales on
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas are increasing every day. Our
celebrated South Sea Blend at 25c is superior to many 30 and 35c Cof
fees. Try it and be convinced.
Green Apples, Water Mellons, Musk Mellons.
Remember the place. -
Given Away Free
vail ar our store and see them
all about it. Undoubtedly the most
f Fon ) ( HM IMI-SUM. )
is all that tlio name implies. The most nervous
man can shave in "real safety" with it. Guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Of Pocket Cutlery
we have a line that is hard to beat. Every knife
with the name "CATTARAUGUS" etched on the
blades is fully warranted.
HAIR-RIDDLE HARDWARE Co.
I am closing out my entire stock of
Ladies' and Children's
Notions and Millinery.
Everything goes at cost. All goods are new and up
If you want anything in these lines remember the
place to get it is at
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf
.South Sixth Street, Grunts Pass, Ore.
New Idea Patterns, n- ,M u
When sent bv mail 1 ic.
Hop.! Hops! I
Hop picker wauted at tin- Model hop
yard ou Applcgato; out' of the largest 1
aud best hop yards in Southern Ore
gon; heavy croji. which means long
picking. Every one wishing to pick I
will please send in their names early,
as we only engage enough to ran our 1
kiln and no more. Top prie. 8 paid, for j
picking. Address J. A. REHKOPF,)
Grains Pan. Oregon.
DON'T contract for picking
money or sale uniil you have seen
me, I am after your trnie first
last and all the lime.
J. D. DRAKE,
One Mock eaat of Western hotel,
Grants Pass. Agent for Lil'.ien
thall & Co., San Francisco.
to Our Patrons.
Baking and Basting
(A now mid excellent device for
cooking ami roasting moats. )
on exhibition and we will tell you
practical Busting Pan made.
Hop Pickers Wanted.
Three hundred hop pickers wanted.
Address Johii Ranzao, Grants Pass,
Furnished, rooms for rent conn
Tliird and E streets.
Mrs. Gertrude, Davis.
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Than a mere scratch, insigni
ficant cuts or puny boils hare paid
the death penalty. It is wis to hare
Rucklcn's Arnica Salve ever handy.
It's the bent Sake on earth and will
prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores,
I'lcers and Piles threaten. Only 2c,
at National Drug Store and Grants
Pass Pliarou r.
t4 IHftt aVI l.M US.
Sjrap. TiMt (JU4, Jjm I
OUR PERSONAL COLUMN
People &s They Come &nd Go
From Day to Day
Mr. aud Mrs.
E. A. Clement of
Saturday in Grants
Dr. G. W. Bark
Minn., visited here
Miss Laura Miller
ou Thursday's train
of Albert Lea
lust week with
w as a passenger
eu route to San
Mrs M. Clemens aud Mrs. A. P.
Ha'th returned from Newport Mon
II. L. Wliito of Ashland leturncfl on
Saturday to xiock Point alter a visit
to Grants Pass.
Mrs. Robert Pool lias been visiting
in Ashlaiu lately with tho fajnily of
her sou, Roy Pool.
J. II. Letcher of Nnnticoke, Peuu,
visited hero lust week with hit
brother, A. Letcher.
airs. Geo. It.- Parker returned on
Thursday after a few days visit with
their friends at Merlin.
Mr. mid Mrs. A. C. Gocttchc have.
returned from a mouth's absence at
Portland and Newport.
V. L Swoetland returned Inst
Wednesday evening from a business
trip to Kiumatli couuty.
Arthur J. Cnvell left last win k to
visit at his homo in Chicago and will
be absent several mouths.
C. II. Marshall and family, lately
resideuts of Grants Pass, are now
located at Petaluma, Cal.
Miss Vida and Harvard Moore re
turned ou Saturday from a visit of
several weeks in Portland.
Geo. R. Riddle is taking a vacation
from business and is enjoying a hunt
ing trip in Douglas county.
T. Everton has been visiting lately
in Ashland at the home of his nephew.
Conductor Walter Everton.
Alex Watts, one of our old time
mipers, is making a visit in the east
after an iiDscnce of Hit yoai.s.
George Green one of tho old time
millers of Galioe, enme up on Wednes
day for a visit to Grants Puss.
Ira Mnllory is holding the position
of book keeper in the Iinn.au Imp
yard daring the picking season.
Mrs. Fred Miller and daughter,
Robbie, have beeu visiting during the
week with friends in Medford.
MrsvF. V. Chausse and Mrs. Ber
tram Stone went to Medford Friday
to visit relatives at that place.
J. G. P. Hildcbrautl, industrial
editor of tho Lincoln. (Neb. (Daily
Star, spent Monday in Grunts Pass.
Miss Agnes Georgo came down from
Ashland Sunday evening and has gone
to Kerby to visit for a time at home.
Misses Gertie and JoBsie Corou re
turned last week from an enjoyable
vacation at the Harmon farm on Deer
Mrs. E. L. Williams and daughter,
of Eugene, have been visiting heare
lately with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mo
Kenzie. Miss Mabel Smith arrived here last
week from Eugene to visit for a few
days at home. She will return sion
W.C. Gagnon, lately of Charlevoix,
Mich., lias recently arrived here and is
assisting at the drug store of M.
MisB Myra Montgomery came np
from Glendalo Saturday to Bpond
several davs visiting with friends in
TIioh. Larsen and family returned
lust week after spending seven weeks
at their claim near prosis-ct on upper
Dr. J. Diniuiick, who has been
visiting for some time with relatives
in this city, returned on Monday to
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Brown of
Rochester, III., have been visiting
here recently with the family of their
sou, J. R. Brown.
Miss Agnes York went to Applcgato
Sunday and will oillciate as book
keeper In tho York hop yard during
the picking season.
Mrs. V. P. Shurmuu went to Jack
sonville lust week to rejoin Mr. Shar
man, who is painting the new school
house at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Smith exjs-ct to
leave soon for Eureka, Cal., to reside.
Two sous, Sam and Will Smith, are
residents of Eureka.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Voorhies and
sou, Earle, and Mrs. Mary Dodge re
turned ou Friday evening from a two
weeks stay at Newport.
Mrs. J. N. Voorhies of Portland
arrived here Sunday ami will sliced
tho winter visiting with tin- family
ol her sou, A. E. Voorhies.
Miss Florence Hayden, now of Port
land, passed through Grants Pass
Thursday morning, eu route to
Chicago where her mother is ill.
Mrs. Fannie Andrews left lat Wi d
ncaday evening for Sundance, Wye m
ing, where she experts to make her
homo with her sister, Mrs. Smiley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Telford and
Minus Hattie aud Kinma Telford
went to Cnlestin to visit for a fi
days with the family of Ii (.'. Tel
ford. Mrs. D. A. Cords of the Paeilic
Piiic Needle Co. was in town Friday
looking after business interests. She
was on her woy to New York from
Mr. James L. Alhn, and Mrs. M.
B. Cook, of Buffalo, New York, an
visiting their, brother and sister,
Mr. P. W. Allen, aud Mrs. L. F. Iji
Croii of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick returned
Sumlay evening from California.
Thev attended the G. A. K meeting
at Kan Francisco and afterward
visited at Petalonia with the family
of their son, George Patrick.
J. W. Rice and G. Tyler, of Oak
land, Cal, arrived here last we-k and
went out to the Illinois river on a
prospecting trip. Mr. Tjler win in
Grants Pans 14 years ago an Is not eu
tirely nnac utinted with oar mineral
TO OUR FINE DISPLAY
Miss Ccntenua Rothermal, of Med
ford, the popular queen of the recent
Woodmen of the World carnival, held
here aud Orriu C. Whitman, of Astor
ia, are to be married at the residence
of the bride's mother, Mrs. C. L,
Corwiu, Medford, September 8.
Mr. aud Mrs. D. L. Green, Miss
Elsie Green aud Mrs. C. E. Harmon
returned on Monday from Galice
where tho ladies bavo been enjoying
a vacatiou at the mine. Mrs. Har
mou made a record in nsliiug on
Galice creek, catching 45 troot lu oue
days fUMug, many of them being of
Walter do Vurila has resigned the
position of superintendent at the
Granite Hill mines and intends to
leave soon for Arizona, where he has
a position at the Golden Treasure
mine. Mr. De Variln is a niiuing en
gineer of a high degree of capability
aud sonio of the most valuable
properties in Southern Oregon have
been opened np uuder his directum
daring his residence here. The posi
tion of superintendent at the Granite
Hill is now filled by L. B. Wicker-
RECOVERS STOLEN HORSE
E. C. Dixon's Anims.1 Recognized
in Oregon City.
E. C. Dixon has recovered his horse
which was stolen Inst June. The
thief entered the barn nnd took the
horse out and from that tiino until
a few days ago all efforts to locate the
animal havo beeu in vain. But a fow
days ago a man drove into Oregon
City with a team and buggy and Wm.
Trimble, who lives there and who
formerly owned tho horse, recoguized
the animal aud laid claim to him.
The man reiused at first to surrender
tho horse, saying that ho had got the
ininial in a trade further up the val
ley, but finally told Trimble tlmt if
he could prove ownership, he might
take the animal. While Trimble went
for his wife to assist in identifying
the horse, the stranger we.it to a res
taurant, presumably to get break-,
fast. However, ho only ran through
the miilding, making a harried exit
through the back door mid escaped np
the hill through tho tin) timber,
abandoning the whole outfit. The
horse is now at Oregon City in the
are of Mr. Trimblo aud the officers
are in pursuit of the traveler.
HUCKLEBERRIES ARE FEW
Luscious Fruit la Sco-rce This
Yee.r on Upper Kogue.
It is said that huckleberries are
few this year on the famous Huckle
berry mountain ou the head of Union
creek. A late frost is responsible for
the short crop. Many people in Jack-
sou and Klamath counties nre in the
habit of making 'annual trips to
Huckleberry mountain lu the berry
season for the puriiose of gathering
tho fruit and many of tho Klamath
Indians make the annual visit to the
patch. The berries lire of the blue
black variety and are exceedingly
largo anil of tho most excellent flavor
Our hotel has changed hands.
Some of our people will Ink
the circus at Medford.
Wilson of tho mercantile company,
has gone to Mt. Reuben, presumably
We are having a nice rain. It
conies at the right time to start the
range grass, us pasturage is getting
short, although stock is doing well.
Plenty of beef cattle ill this vicinity.
There seems to be more than butchers
J. C. Lewis has got back from
Portland. He will soon begin to fix
up for the winter, cleaning ditches
which are several milts long, will
take a largo force of men. liu has
1 1. so a large force of men making
blocks and other work in the mines.
Whilo two men wero hunting near
the head of Tom East creek they found
the remains of a man presumably the
oue that started for Hogne river last
spring. They did not touch him. A
watch chain and watch were in his
pocket. They sent for tho coroner.
Wo dunt' look for any new develop
ments iix the remains have lain so
Last we- k I mentioned a German
who is traveling through our country,
lie has come up in the vicinity of
Tunnel 1) and liti s this part of the
ouutry. He is surprised that this
ouutry is not settled more. I told
him that tho laud had lccu held by
simulators for tho timls-r; that now
is most of the timber was cut, the
laud could !: bought at a fair price.
He asked a good many questions re
garding the land in this vicinity, be
wanted to know if a man with a
family could clear land and make a
living. He was told that srsom
buying wild laud should have money
to start w ith, a few hundred dollars,
or he must depend ou working out
more or less until he could get a
start. We can name several farmers
who started in to make a home in the
brash, that now have good, happy
homes and contribute largely to thi-ruxi-s
of Josephine county. He thinks
tho imputation of Oregon as a class,
'although he say. there are excep
tions i are not as a rule, as iuduf
trious bs lin k in the colder states.
There they will It" engaged in some
kind of work while lure they will go
"ailing ou their neighbors, or sit idle.
His prosjs-ctive colony has a grrf'd
many young men. He says he will
idvise those who contemplate com
ing lu re to marry and bring their
frows with them. As a man of leis
ure, he travels far to tuko observa
tions. In some homes he don't find
my reading matter unless it is a
novel or other light literature. From
thorn s-ople he cannot g-t any In
formation regarding the growth of
the country or news of any iuiK,rt
itee. He rty after ssnding a few
i:iv in Leland he will go to the Ap
plegate count rr, but will come bal k
with the intention of settling bis
-ninny. Wide Awake.
For cooking fruit, Stranskr steel
ware is un.XI.I). Cramer Bros.
THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Brief Notes nnd Item of Interest
Physician and Deutist.
Go to Comn tor numbing.
Oliver Plows at Cramer Bros.
M. Clemens, Prescription Oraiigist,
Get Thomas prices ou Refrigerators.
Malleable Ranges, a new line, at
A splendid line of Koyal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Strausky Steel Enamelled ware at
Got your hop tickets at tho Courier
oftlce; bound in books.
Stroble's shoe repairing always
pleases. Tuko yonr shoes to him
New lot of Hunting Cents, Shell
bags, Rido covers, otc. Crnmer Bros.
For sale, cheap Second, hand road
wagon. Apply at Trimblo and Cook's
Mrs. Almy has sold tho hotel at
Leland to Joseph' Phillips, anil has
returned to Grants Pass.
C. D. Nichols, the prTotogr.ipher
opposite tho Court house will take
wood lu payment for photos.
'Love's Reverie," tho newest pop
ular song and a beautiful production,
now on sale at tho Demareo Music
For first class bargains in real es
tate see or wr'.to Attorney II. B. Hen
dricks Wright's Assay building.
A watermelon social will bo given
on Friday evening at tho residence
of P. H. Hurth, by the ladies of the
A sjieciul school election has beeu
called for September 2, for the pur
pose of voting bonds for tho cost of
constructing the new school house.
(irallie Bubcr got his new dray into
commission last week. Die vehicle
is red ami blue and with the white
horses tho equipage presents a very
Curtis & Co., practical watch
makers and jewelers. Dealer" In
watches, clocks, jewelry and Dia
mond rings. All repairing first class.
Odd Fellows' building.
Rev. S. II. Jones, for five years pas
tor of the Presbyterian church nt
Jacksonville, has accepted a call to
tho pastorate of tho First Presbyter
ian church of Reno, Nov.
When you want a physic that Is
mild and gentle, easy to take and
ertuin to act, always use Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
For sale by all druggists.
Isn't that shoe a beauty? Just
think, paid only l.il.'i for the pair
at Welchs' Closing-nut sale. It's a
Top-Round Regular 1.50 shoe. Sold
tho world over at that pneo.
J. D. Matuey, a young man who
formerly livod near Phoenix, Jiicksou
county, hud both legH broken recently
in a saw mill accident lit Gazelle,
Siskiyou county, where he was work
Mrs. F. L. Corou and daughter,
Miss Gertie, entertained the ladies
of tho Degree of Honor on Thursday
afternoon. Refreshments of icecream
and cako were served and a pleasant
afternoon was spent.
Miss Emma Telford will reopen
her kindergarten next Monday, ou the
same day as tho opening of the public
schools. Tho eflicient work of Miss
Telford in this Hue is well known in
this city and her school is an excel
Gilford Pinohot, chief of the U.S.
dojHirtmeut of forestry and father of
the present forestry tsilicy of the
federal government, arrived in Sun
Francisco, last week, accompanied by
several associates in the department,
and will sH-ud some time in the
Pacific Coast states, studying the
The ladies of Newman M. K. church
gave a watermelon social on Tuesday
evening nt the church lawn. There
was ngisid attendance anil the evening
was a very enjoyable one. A brief
though excellent musical prngfuin
I given. The watermelons were
exiellent and were enjoved witn
The little town of Halsey, which
was recently destroyed by fire is be
ing rebuilt. A few of the merchants
who wero burned out have os'iied ill
new locutions or else lu new rudely
constructed buildings which will
servo until H-rmiin nt buildings are
Herman Horning mid I). M. Dcl'uy
havo purchased the Owl confectionery
and cigar store of F. W. ChuuKne
and will continue the business. Mr.
Horning has also acquired a half in
terest ill the milk buslnissof Dcl'uy.
These eentlemen are wi ll known and
thoroughly popular in this city ami
their succ.c.h is certain.
Halle r a peculiar ucciib ut occurred
ill tho railroad yards one evening last,
week. A light engine that occupied
a stall 1 low the turn table was
buiopcdj into by a big engine and
shoved olf the end of tho tracks and
nut into the flat. The big engine did
not rcMjsiud readily to tho suggcMlion
of stopping and so run a little too far.
Winchester, Savage aud Marlin
Itifle. at Cramer Bros.
If you havo any proiicrty to insure,
it is well to hear ill mind that the
Oregon Relief Association, a strictly
mutual Oregon institution, will afford
you the best of protection at less than
one half the cost of stock coinj-uiiics.
l.-,0oo, OHO in force. Address or call
on Attorney II. Ii. Hendricks, ut
Wright's assay building, Sixth street,
Grants Pass, Agents for Josephine
Couuty, or apply to F. H. Schmidt.
A huge bone apparently the hip
bone of a mastodon of some kind was
picked up recently on the beach at
Alsea. It was brought to Eugene
Thursday afternoon and attracted
considerable attention. No one knew
what animal it came from. It is a.
large as a masfodou thigh Nine, yet
is fresh enough to ticrete oil. It
weighs seven pound, and is over three
feet in length Kageue Guard.
J. MYERS IN JOSEPHINE
President of Ehibitlon Commis
sion Visits Our District.
Jefferson Myers, president of the
State Exposition Commission, says the
Telegram, conies back from his Coat
tour of unknown Oregon with glow
iug accounts of the people's entha-
siasiu regarding the Lewis nnd Clark
Exposition and their enterprising
As au instance of the genuine in
terest with which Mr. Myers gets
arouud, ho dug up a dozen young red
wood trees from tho lino botweeu
California and Oregon and packed
them over stago routes uud in Pull
mans for 400 miles, in order to present
them to Park keeper LowiU, to have
them plnntod lu a canyon at the City
park. Tho trees are tine specimens
and it is believed that if planted iu
tho swaiupish laud in the canyou at
the park, they will flourish. The
trees wero turned over to the park
suporititendeut, with injunctions to
do the best ho could with them.
Mr. Myers talks iu a gratified strain
of his reception by Josephine county
people uud their expressed determina
tion to prepare a Huo exhibit for the
Lewis and Clark Exposition, and for
St. Louis. Mr. Myers says that
Judge Booth, Charles Decker, of
Waldo; R. Thomas, president of the
Grants Pass Board of Trade, and both
banks of Grants Pass h,uvo given
inuch encouragement towards gather
ing n largo uud representative exhibit
of tho resources of that county. Mr.
Myers was informed that more gold
was dug out of a smaller nrea of
ground iu Josephine county than
probably nuy other area iu this
"The whole county," said he, " is
gold mine. There is immense
mineral wealth tronud tho Saylor
diggings, in that county, and I was
shown mighty fine evidences of it,
Tho banks of Grants Puss havo ar
ranged to exhibit several boxes of ex
traordinarily lino gold nuggets to
make known something of their
mineral wealth down iu that section.
I was immensely pleased tho way
propositions were received looking to
advertising the county and making
exhibits. The coast counties will do
likewise. My journey from Crescent
City to Eureka, to Biindoii uud
Marshtield gave mo a greater ap
preciation than ever of tho wonder
ful activities, tho latent wealth nnd
tho extent of this state. I saw red
woods down on the coast line of ex-
treino Southern Oregon, that wero 20
feet through. Along Euchre and
Hunter and Port Oiford Creeks, 1
was told it was us wihl us it ever
was, and that it was a puradiNO for
TRUSTEES SECURE MANSE
Dr. Moore's Properly on C Street
The residence of Dr. Monro ou C
street has been purchased by the
trustees of Bethany Presbyterian
chrnch for a manse, Dr. Moore and
his family will continue loccupyit
until spring. It is a handsome
property and tho location is very cen
tral, making it iu nil ways desirable
for the purpose.
Every season It uew crop of farce
eomeil les nre sent ou tho road and
without doubt one of the best to play
tho West this season will lie Louis
Eagau's jolly laugh producer,
Where is Cobb?" A comedy iu the
best sense of Ihe word w ith nothing
hut laughs ami a plot this last feat
ure something out of the ordinary
for a farce comedy. The story is ab
sorbingly funny being founded on u
series 'of misunderstandings that
would seem to require the services, of
it Sherlock Holmes to unravel. The
absolute cleanness of " Where is
Cobb?" is worth remembering by
those who enjoy a good, clean play
especially in the farce comedy line, a
feature tlmt is woefully lacking in
nun . v ii tliis kind, 'the
stiougi ol and mi t interesting ss cial
acts are introduced during the action
of "Cobb. " Every specially-will be a
new and novel feature presented by
tho very cleverest talent iu their
sH'ciul line of woik. In "Whom is
Cobb?" the theatre going public are
assured the strongest, merriest and
best furcn couiedy to visit Grunts
fuss this season. A lining the mem
bers of the Cobb company may be
mentioned Rolsrt Lawruice, Bert P.
Van Cleve, Harry Bradley and the
daintiest ingenue en tlm stage, Miss
"Where is Cobb?" (dines to the
Grunts Pass Op'-ra house, September
SCHOOL BEGINS MONDAY
Term Will Commence September
7 With Ih Teachers.
The Grants Pass sehmds will rqicit
ou Monday next w ith a corps of Irt
teachers. Another teacher will be
employed a little later on whin tin
new school house is ready for nc
cupaucx. Following are the teachers
of the ress-ctivo grades:
Superinteiidi nt, Prof. F. K. Young;
high school, AsP llu M. (iooilni aud
Susie Baiinard ; Eighth grade Nellie
M. Ames; Si until grade Minnie
TufTs; Sixth grade Mary (irill'.t h ami
Francis Mi -Williams ; Fifth grade
Mary Tttlbert and Mae i;ihop:
Fourth grade Lucie M. Genrgi ; Thild
grade Iirenu Shin k and I alia lies
liu; Second grade Edna Parker and
Ixm Grubb; First grade Alice M.
Pool and Lillian Hugaii.
On Monday, a gold watch chain
with charm, had'e of lie- oiih r B.
P. O, E., bearing the name of the
owner, G. Jiulu r Return totiiall'.e
Baher and receive reward.
WHAT l LIKE'
Iu the last analysis nuhn.lv knows
but we do know that it is under strict
law Irregular living no-ans derange,
meat of the nrgans, resulting iu eim
sipatinn, tieadaelies or liver trouble.
Dr. King's New Life pills quickly re
adjusts this. Only 2 at National
Lrag store and Grants Pu. Pharmacy.
II. II A It TH & SON.
--..Grants pass, Ore.
We Submit Our Case to
That Incorruptible Jury
Gentlemen of the Jury Men of Grants Pass:
We have given considerable testimony as ti the merits of our
clothmg.-to the exclusivcness and variety of our stock to the
moderation of our prices-to the conscienstious care with which we
endeavor to serve our patron's hst interests.
Our witnesses are the hundreds of men of Grants Pass
who are wearing our clothing;, and praising our business
To you, the Court of Public Opinion, we submit our
The Verdict will be rendered. Inter.
STEWART-MADDUX-In this citv,
ut the liarsoutigo of the M. K,
church, South, August '.'!, 1!)(W,
Charles V. Stewart and Miss Minnie
L. Maddux, Rev. W. T. Goulder
OlliSON-HATHAWAY-At tho home
tho bride s parents ou Applegate,
August 110, UK)!!, K. J. Gibson and
Miss Ariel U. Hathaway, Rev. W.
T. Goulder olllciating.
SCHOOL TO MEET FRIDAY
Teachers B.nd Pupils Will As
semble b.1 School House.
In order to facilitate the task of
classifying, promoting and assigning
work, I desire that all teachers uud
pupils will meet In thu rooms where
they did their lust year's work, ut
nlno o'clock, Friday, a. m. Sept. 4,
ilHili. Tho Fifth Grade of tho City
Hall ami the Fourth Grade of tho
South building will meet with their
respective grades ill the brick build
1 upils please bring books and
All new teachers uud pupils will
meet ill I lie nuice.
F. K. YOUNG, Kupt.
Usually begins with thu symptoms
of ii common cold; there is chilliness,
suee.iug, soro throat, hot skill, quick
pulse, hoarseness and Impeded respira
tion. Give frequent small iIohcs of
Dullard's lloreliouiid Syrup, (the
child will cry for it) and a'.jtho llrst
sign of a croupy cough, apply fre
quently Itallurd's Snow Liniment ex
ternally to the throat. eOo ut Slover
..The Palace Baths...
TURKISH BATHS NOW OPEN
ZllK PAf.ACK Tuikish, Sulphur, Vapor, and Salt Baths
are now open to the public; everything new, clean and
up to date. Courteous treatment to all prices reasonable.
Tutkish Hatlis always rea.ly day or night ring night bell
fur attendant after 8 I M.
First-class Shaving aud Hair Cutting Parlors in con
nection. Kvcrything First-Class.
Telephone for Cols and Paths, No. 301.
W. F. MERRIOTT, Propr. fl
One door South of Palace Hotel.
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All Kinds from e
Brownie to F.P.K.
$1.00 to $75.00.
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