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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, CRANfS PASS, OREGON. NOVEMBER 5, 190;.
OUR PERSONAL COLUMN
(Rose of Peru) very nice
Fresh Quaker Oats.,
Grape Nuts, Wheatiue,
Grauola, Postum Cereal,
Shreded Wheat Biscuit.
Fig Prune Cereal,
Fine and Coarse Graham, (buyers best)
Rye Flour, Blue Ribbon hatd wheat Flour,
Split Teas, Sago, Tapioca, Etc".
Sweet Pofaiees now in Market
Eggs very scarce at 30 cents for strictly fresh stock.
Sweet aud Sour Pickets, Green Peppers. -New
Petite Prunes per lb.
3lic, New Irish
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
People b.s They Come &rid Co
From Day to Day.
In crder to make room for our increasing stock of Hardware
we are closing out our stock of Dishes and Chinaware
of all description. We have some exceptional bargains in
Holiday Chinaware which will not last long.
If you need any dishes dont fail to let us quote you prices.
Odd Fellows Block.
GARLAND STONES , HIRTIGHT HEATERS
;'--'V' "-' 'J
A cold house is mi inexcusable evil. Theic's heat
when you want it and just as you want it in Cole's Origi
nal Air-Tight Wood Stoves, and on a windy day particular
ly the heat doesn't go up the chimney. They aro not
only highly ornamental as a piece of furniture, but their
chief virtue is being ;in article of utility. They are very
economical in the use of fuel and soon pay for themselves.
We have also a good line of Steel Box Stoves, Cast
Lined Heaters, Steel Ranges the Bridge & Beach Super
ior and Cook Stoves in all sizes.
IIAIIMIIDDLE HARDWARE Co.
Grants. Pass, - Oregon.
Where Hindsight is as good as Foresight is in our
We have a large assortment of pret
ty, graceful and styli.-h hats in t Me
latest patterns and materials, which
we are selling at greatly reduced
While we are closing out our entire
stock of goods at enst we intend to
keep our Millinery the best anil latest
until everything is sold.
We will be pleased to have every
0nc call and see our stock.
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf
South Sixth Street, Grants Pass, Ore.
New Idea Patterns, in
When sent bv mail 11c.
....Grants Pass Real Estate....
Nowhere iu Oregon can an investment be made with
greater safety than in Grants Pass real estate. Within the
past year the town has increased one-third in population. All
real estate values have increased, yet prices are still so low
that those investing now are sure to realize handsome profits.
The climate here is ideal. The mine?, are increasing in
value and mining experts predi:' this is to be one of the great
est mining districts in the world.
For further information call upon or address
JOSEPH MOSS, XShe Real Estate Agent,
who has the largest list of property with the best prices and
Property sold on the installment plan if desired.
Office on "E" street. Test of Sixth street.
John Vegalius went to Colestin
R. A. Carter, proprietor of tlie Gold
Hill New, visited Grunts Pass Wed
nesday. Max Smith and Art Welch went to
Portlaud Sunday a-id will spend some
time in the city.
K. W. Gabriel of Dayton arrived
in the city tliis week and will proba
b'y 8iend the winetr.
Jonn Liocknart retrained the wearing
of the marshal's star Saturday after
noon after an absence of a week.
Dr. Strieker has moved his ofllca to
the front rooms, Nos. 3 aud 4, of the
Masonic Temple and is now nicely
Mrs. W. J. Rogers and Mrs. E.
Wright left Tuesday evening for
Dunsniuir, where Mrs. Rogers will
ran a boarding house.
Miss Lizzie Taylor of Winter, visit
ed Mrs. Alex Mitchell aud Mrs. John
Schimdt last week and also attended
the teachers' initltnte.
L. L. Jewell has b"eu drawn as a
juror in the fodoral court which will
couvone in Portlaud November 10.
There were 50 in the panel.
Miss Julia Howett returned Friday
from a trip covering several weeks,
visiting iu Minnesota, Dakota,
Nebraska and other poiuti.
Leon Chamberlain arrived from
Portland Friday to fill tho position of
baker at. the Rosebud parlors. Mr.
Chamberlain comes highly reconi
R. Kulilman, who lias been working
at the Paciflo Pine Needle factory, left
Wednesday" night tor San Francicso,
whore he will enter another branch
of tho work.
A private letter from Mrs. Mary
Dodge statos that she arrived at St.
Johusburg, Vt., via tho Canadian
Pacific, safely aud had a pleasant
trip. She also states that they have
already had some snow.
D. Dixon, after having visited his
son, E.O . Dixon for a few weeks left
on Tuesday evening for tho Gray's
Harbor conutry. Ho has sold his res
idence property at Walla Walla and
will locate nearer tho coast, probably
at Hoqniam, Wish.
Postmamster Harmon scnt the
greater part of last week at Galice
and among other things indulged in
fishing with good results. Ho says
that the Galice Hydraulic Mining Co
have 14 men at work tinder Supt. Ed
Torry and they will soon be in read!
uoss for work.
i. X. Hall, assistant superiuteii
dent, and E. Thawley, solicitor of
the International Correspondence
schools, wero in Grants Pass this
week. Mr. Thawley will have charge
of the work iu the Sonthorn part of
the state aud will s)Mud a weex or
nioro here each mouth.
Mrs. A. U. Baunard entertained u
number of ladies at her homo on 7th
street Tuesday afterucon in honor of
Mrs. J. N. Yoorhies. Mrs. Voorhins,
however, was ill and unable to be
present. Those present aside from the
family wero Mesdnmcs Peter, Longe
uockur, Hart, Keatley, Gilkey and
. 8. Darrie last Friday returned
home from a two months' trip visit
ing for tho first time iu 20 years his
old home in tho Province of Quebec,
also Montreal and other Hiints iu
Canada. On his return ho visited a
sister at McClnod, Minn. While iu
the East, Mr. Parrio visited some
of tlm thoroughbred stock farms. Oil
his way out ho passed through, mill
of ripened grain ami the landncajie
was dotted with reapers, and ou his
return, steam threshers wore at work
by tho score.
A. A. C. WIN-SCORE 5 TO 0
High School Defeated in Footbo.ll
PARKER SISTERS QUARTET
Tim following program ill be
Eight-hand piaun selection "Dansn
r.spaguole ' r.dward Holts
1st Pnino id Piano
Laura Parker (rassie Parker
Mary Parker Kdna Parker
Quartet " ViiicGatlicrt-r" Hartlett
( Accmn.mnicil lv Mrs. H.C. Kinnev i
Vo.'ai Holo "Cradle iSong" . , Vauuah
P alio Solo " Wiildbachlcin" Si indler
Quartet "Do'au Ye Cry, Ma Hnnev'
Albert W Noll
Vocal Solo (ai"Two Eves of Itrown"
( b "Song of Seasons" . . . .lUwhy
Piano Snlo "Second VaUe" Godard
I .a lira Parker
Voral Duo "I Fcl Thy Angel
'pint" (Jralx ii lloilinand
Edna Parker, Guwio l'urkcr
Quartet "Carmena" Wilson
( Aeromnanied by Mrs. Kluiievi
Piano Solo (a) "Sheplierdlioy "Greig
lb) "March wind' 'Mac Do well
Vocal Solo "A Red, Red Rose"
Vocal Trio lai " Lullaby". . Pnihnis
itil "Pit Pat, Pit Pat"... liatley
(Accompanied bv Mrs.Kii.ncvi
Vocal Solo lai "Answer"... Powell
lb)" Violets" .Wright
Quarti-t " Aniiin lurie"arr. byEuck
ocal Solo la) "Couuw-ils a Nina"
(b) "Obstli atiou A Resolve"
Two Piauo Duo "Allegro Brilliant"
1st piano Laura Parker
2d piano Gassie Parker
The Grants Pass fire d' partmcnt
took another practice ron Monday
niglit, witli the h: ok and ladder truck.
It was found that some malicious per
son had ren.oved tho nut from one of
me iront axles aud In turning a cor
ner, the wheel came off. If this had
occurred during a fire when time was
prwioos, the results might have been
The American Athlotio Club may
well rejoice for they were given the
opportunity Saturday afternoon In
tho contest with the high school
eleven of demonstrating the quality
of their football team. It was their
tirst battle and the way they played
ball was a revelation to the spectators
who did not expect to witness an ex
hibitlon of almost clever playing.
Everybody in attendance declared it a
most interesting game from start to
fiuisli. A bevy of "high schoolers"
were out aud gave their team ad
mi ruble, support throughout tho game.
Tho high school stood up to their men
and improved their playing as the
game went on and Coo with the ball
Walter Haruiou acted as umpire aud
Jack Eenuett.was chosen referee and
iu every iustanee their decisions
wore considered by both teams per
fectly In accord with fairness. Some
unpleasant discussious and differences
of opinion arose as to the correct in
torpretation of the rules but were
promptly settled by the referee and no
one objected to his corrections. Both
teams acted in a manner befitting
goutlemen. There was no rough
handling and no ono was hurt.
The high school had the kick-off
for the commencement of the match.
Cheshire caught the ball and made
considerable territory before the
scrimmaging began. Ground was
gained rapidly toward high school's
goal, and in the last half minute of
the first half, before time was called,
Gannon made a fierco rush for a
touchdown, and accomplished his pur
pose. Al Schmidt kicked out for the
goal but failed.
During tho rest of the half, tho ball
was iu high school territory. . Short
halves alone prevented the A. A. C's
making their score bigger. Captain
Jordan's mon played their positions
well aud they introduced a few little
interesting eatoh plays. Tho teams
lined up as follows :
O. P. II. S. A. A. O.
RK F. Schmidt
LHB A. Sohmidt
l'li Jordan, Capt.
AN OLD-FASHIONED TIME
Halloween Parties Prove Success
ful A (fa. Irs.
Tho Halloween party at the Wood
men hull lust Friday night given by
Azalla circlo was a success. The
seating space and standing sjiaco was
all taken and dozens of po'.ple could
not get Inside of the hall, it was so
The following pro-gram was rouder
ed: Piano solo Miss Flossie Hancock
Vocal solo Miss Edna Parker
Recitation "Little Orphan An
nie" Miss Minnie Schallhnrn
Vocal solo Max Smith
Vocal solo.... Miss Whltteu
Reading Miss Ethel Johnson
Recitation "Serin' Things at
Night" Miss Ethel Riggs
Witches Drill Circlo Drill team.
Tho drill of the witches wearing red
cajies and tall pointed hats aud carry
ing broouik was a pleasing foaturo and
reflected credit on tho instructors,
Mrs. Culvert and Mrs, Wert.
A pi iles, doughnuts and cider were
served and halloween games indulged
in while dancing was in prorgess in
tho bauiiuet room. Fortune tolling
by the witchos was also a feature.
Mrs. Denny was chairman of the
entertainment conimlttco and to her
efforts and enthusiasm, much of the
success of the evening was due.
Si vera 1 classes of tho Newman M
h. Sunday school were entertained
last Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilkey. The
evening was spent in playing games
and sociul converse and telling ghost
stories. Mr. ai'd Mrs. Gilkey made
an prcscut li el at ease and the guests
went home with tho memory of a
pleasant evening spent with their
1 1 os 's.
A Million Every Month.
By manufacturing and selling a
million records every month, the
'oluluiila Phonograph Co. has achicv
d the end for which it has long been
striving tho reduction in tho price of
Is High riK-ed Moulded Cylindrical
Wax records from CO cents each to 2i
nts. Simultaneously with this re
duction in price a new record, greatly
ujierior to any that lias ever been
offered for sale is being furnished -a
black suporliardciicd record both dur
able and brilliant and combining
weetness and smoothness with ro-
markahlo volume. These records will
3t all talking machines using cyliml-
K-al records and tho facilities for
manufacturing them have luien hi
ssed to an extent tliat will enable
lie Columbia Phonograph Co. to pro-
lure a practically limitless supply.
The Columbia Phonograph Coin-
any, 125 Geary Street, Sau Francis.
headquarters for graphophones and
alking machino supplies of every
ind, will send yoo catalogues on
For sale by W. A. Paddock.
THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Brief Note ttnd Items of Interest
Physician and Dentist. '
Jardiulers at Thomas'.
Go to Coruo for Dumbing.
Oliver Flows at Cramer Bros.
Watches aud Jewelry Letcher's.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druggist.
Fresh bread daily at the Bon Ton
first class watch work dona at
Rocking chairs for children, 1.00
Loose or monuted Diamonds
Bargains la Pocket knives at Cra
Stoves and Ranges, big redaction ou
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron'i.
Ike Davis has thousands of graiu
sacks to dispose of.
Blue Print Paper by the yard or roll
at the Courier office.
A vory largo assortment of jewelry
just received at Letcher's.
Blue aud Gold new diuner ware
beautiful goods at Thomas'.
Fouutain Pens Waterman's Ideal
$3. SO to lit. 00 at Cramer Bros.
Hot coffee, oysters or lunches servod
at Miss Johusaon'8 next to Coo.
Shot gnu shells aud plenty of
kii-.ds in stock at Cramer Bros.
Prepare for oold treat hor now and
got ycur Air-tight Heater at Cramer
i.ace uurtalus Closing out some
numbers 20 per cent reduction.
Tho White Sewing machine is
P. H. HARTH & SON
OUTFITTERS TO PARTICULAR PEOPLE
GRANTS PASS. OREGON
If you know of a birth, marriage
or death, w would bo pleased to
Ii.ivb you notify us in time for publi
cation iu Courier.
Shorthand and Typewriting by Miss
Anns Wade at the Real Estate office
of Joseph Moss. Opponite Hotel J one.
Tahh'ta and box paper at cost at the
Courier office to close out We have
King, llio Domestic, sowing ma
chiuo is Queen.
Don't forget to attend the ooueort
at opera house, November 13, given
We have just rceived a full assort
ment of flower pots from 4 iuohs to 12
inches. Cramer Bros.
lypewrttcr Kibbons and paper,
Document covers, etc., Courier
Now is tho timo to paint, and Pat-
ton's Sun Proof Paint is what you
want Sold only by Cramor Bros.
Parker Sister's concert Ojwra
house, Nor. 13. General admission,
25 cents ; reserved seats, 35 cents.
Friday, December 4, Christmas
Bazaar at Odd Fellows hall by the
ladies of Bethany Presbyterian
Wm. Ash was taken to the reform
school Tuesday by Frank Groves.
Tho lad was unruly aud would not
go to tho public schools.
A flue assortment of goods and 500
tylos to select from at the Grants
Pass Tailoring Co. Nobby suits al
reasonable rates. Steam cleaning.
John Patrick has proof that ho can
raise quinces for lie cau show good
fruit, the like of which has not be
foro been shown in this valley. The
ruit is as large as a big 4-tier apple
aud all jicrfcct.
Noodles for all Sewing Machines at
25 cents per dozen and a large bottle
of oil for 10 cents, also flno Hue of
Singer Sowing Machines at tho Dema
reo Music House, Odd Fellows Bloc k,
Grants Pass, Oo.
Four drunks wero jugged last Fri
day and Satnrday. Ono was roleased
aud told to skip, while the oilier three
wore flued i!.00 each. They had no
coin, so indulged Iu enforced idleness
for a time. Two fighters iaid " each
Gunny sucks by the thousands. See
China cups, plates etc., big roduc
tiou at Thomas'.
Chimney Pipe and fittings fur sale
only by Cram- r Bros.
tautens Closing out a lino 20 por
cent off at Thomas'.
Fresh lot of Camera dry plates re
ceived A. K. Voorhles.
New black figs Cajio Cod cran
berriesWhite House Grocery.
Closing out Crockery Fancy China
and Glasswaro at Cramer Bros.
Fresh bread, pies and cakes always
ou hand at Miss Ethel Johnson's.
A carload of sower pijsi and Chim
ney piie received last week by
Program of Parker sisters' concert
for November 18, apioars In another
column of this issue.
Sale of fancy work and useful
articles at Odd Fellows hall. Decem
ber 4th, by tho ladles of the Presby
The United Artisans Tuesday night
eld a reception iu honor of Mrs. D.
Frederick after the regular lodge
business. Refreshments wero served
and a good time enjoyed.
Wlicn you get up with a bad taste
lu your mouth go at once to a drug
store aud geta a free sample of Chain
bcrlain's Stomach and Liver tablets.
Ono or two doses will make you well.
They aim cure biliousness, sick head
ache and coustijiatiou.
I have just rtceived an Instrument
f ir testing the eye that is the latest
improved, and glasses flttod from it
are perfect. Send your fccheol child
ren in and see if their t-yes are all
riglr. It may save them from tlio.-y
In a Uchti that they are complaining
of. Alfred Letcher, Jeweler.
Lessons given by Frances Hill of
Charlotla, West Virginia, lu Art
Embroidery, Mount Mnllick aud Lai
work, Stamping done, Shirt waist,
center pieces, nice Hue materials.
Isons ou Burnt work. Ladies In
terested In uwdlo work are invited to
call at Mrs. J. K. Pign v's. Terms:
12 lessons fur C.
courier and Oregonian $2 a yearj
GILMORE Hi (WARD At Die M. E.
piroriagc, October, 2. I'-"-'. W. E.
Gilmor and Mim Di,y Howard,
both of Kerby. Oregon.
The Wwkly Orexonisn and the
1 Cui sisa both for one year for 'i in ad-
Wall Papers Immense
lowest prices Thomas'.
The ladies of the relief cors will
giro an entertainment at the Work
man hall, Saturday evening. Novem
ber 7. One of the features of the
evening is Mrs. Jarley's living
pictures as seen iu the White House.
A morn complete program will be
given next week. Everybody invited,
variety, Admission 15 cents. Refreshments
mem, fjlj- 11 .
ITO5 ji 'fj I'jV II
Is the Man
favorito in Fall Attire.
who buys his COOL WEATHER CLOTHING in Octo
ber... He has a larger assortment to select from, and
ho gct3 longer wear for the same price with the added
satisfaction of boing the first to appear in up-to-date ap
parel. It's the old story of the "early bird's" feast.
How much wiser then, is the man who confines
his October selection to ..
Schloss - Hand Tailored
A SCII LOSS-MADE SUIT is a perfect oxpres
sion of tho tailoring art. Tho design, the materials,
tho honest workmanship, tho goncral effect being
chosen with the specific view of the adaptability to the.
uso it is to bo put dross, clerical or business.
Tho picture is intonded to Bhow tho very latest
THE RELIANCE SACK
the new throo button, doublo breasted cut, with square offect shoulders, close
clinging collar, and tho latost peg-top trousers. This is tho natty suit the best
dressed young follows aro wearing.
Wo Have Them
A merchant tailor would chargo you moro and givo you no bettor fit or
quality, and not as much stylo, and koop you waiting a week or ten days, be
side Wo' have other styles for other mon, at othor prices. Before you buy
your FALL SUIT drop in and lot us talk it over. .
Outfitters to Particular People.
Nov. lit. Friday Parker sisters'
Nov. 211. ThnrBiiay Forester's Mask
Hall, ojwra house.
Deo. 4 Christmas Ila.aar at I. 0.
O. V. ball
Den. 7. Monday City elcctiou
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS.
The Music denirtiiient of the
Woman's Cluli will meet at the home
of Mrs. 11. I). Kinney, ou Friday,
November ltt, at U :BU p. m. Tho sub
ject for the afternoon is church music
A fUil attendance Is cli'Kirccl. The
program will begin promptly at 3:110.
L. II. Clarke. Scc'y.
HESS BLEW OUT THE LIGHT
And (ho Neighbor Extinguished
Tim Literary I)eirtment of tho
Grants I'ass Woman's Club will meet
at the home of Mrs. W. M. Hair,
Friday, Nov. 20, 11KJ3.
The following program Will be
Ooms from Drownings, Life of
llrowulng-Mrs. W. M. Hair.
Hounots from tho l'ortugiiemi Miss
Discussion "Ilrov.iilngs Obscurity,
a Defect", led by Mrs. l'orler.
I 'on vernal Ion "Value of Litera
ture", led by Mrs. Lucas.
All memcrs wishing to join this de
partment will please be present at
this meeting as a large tnenila rshlp is
def i red.
(!. A. Uamock has sold his Interest
iu the Myers & Hancock burlier shop
to his partner, J. L. Myers, who will
continue the business. Mr. Hancock
aud family have lived lu our midst
for a year or more and have gained
many friends who will regret their
removal. Mr. Hancock will locate
Mr. Myers will have Johu Mullen
and M. Luckett as aHlsstants. Mr.
Luckett worked for Mr. Mynrs a year
ago, but returned to his home lu Iowa.
laving sjiciit a few mnoths in
Houthern Oicgou, Mr. Luckett could
not b'l I'lcepi cti-d to feel satislled to
ivo anywhere el-. Mr. and Mrs.
I.uckctt are eiMcteil soon.
Miss Juanlta Clark liai purchased
tho lion Ton lcj cream parlors on
Front street and will hereafter con-
luct it as a bakery, confectionery aud
ce cream parlors. Her father, If. J.
larku, the contractor, is building
an oven aud as sor n as comph ted,
thc-y will be ready to handle orders
or bread, pastries nd cakes. MIks
'lark is a candy maker and will keep
a stock of Imme made candles.
When J. J. Iless left his homo on
Ninth and J streets lust Friday
evening ho extinguished the light by
blowing down tho lamp chimney
lirteeu minutes afterward, ho and tho
neighbors wero fighting fire and suc
ceeding In extinguishing it, but not
until two rooms had been nearly gut
ted and furniture lu tho other rooms
The lamp had a motal bowl whlol
prevented Mr. Hess from seeing that
the blaze had been blown down the
wick. The exploHiou which resulted
was stif!lciuiit to tip the lamp over
but not break tl o bowl. The oil
spilled out gradually so It was several
minutes after Mr. llesi left tho house
before tho fire got much headway.
J. II. Uoker was tho first to notice
smnko Issuing from tho honso and
ho, not finding anyone at homo, broke
ojicu tho door and operated tho garden
noso. JSolghbors usslstcu with
bucket and pans and had tho flro tx
tingiiiHlied by tho time the hoso cart
Tho house was a four-room bulldlim
belonging to M Olllo Adami and
was considerably damaged. Tho loss
on furniture was covered bv insnr.
MORE LIGHTS ARE NEEDED
One dart evening a week or mora
ago, W. B. Sherman was driving
across the track on Sixth street while
tho freight waa switching ' oo the
track nearest the bank. Mr. Bhr
man was riding on a high scat and
In the dusk, made darksr by the cloud
of dust, did not see the cars oo the
track. He took looked up and down
the vrack aud saw the engine and bos
oar moving some distance away and
supposing the track al the orossing
wa dear, started to drive rapidly
across. A brakeruan called to him
just lu time for Mr. Sherman to rein
the team around to prevent a
catastrophe. One horse was (track
on the collar by a car.
Bnjeot of sermon at Christian
church next Lord' day morning
"Christ' Manner of Comforting."
Evoniug at 7 :80 "The Rich Fool"
We expect to begin protranted
mooting Sunday, November ldth.
We invito all to oome and Join with
n in these servioes. Sunday school
each Lord's day at 10 a. m.
0. F. Sanderson, pastor.
New white cage honey,
White House Grocery.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for at the Grants
I'ass post ofllce, Haurday, Oct. 31.
Mrs Jane Lewcllynl U)
Mrs rauuiu Graham,
Harry Lester, Mr F Hartman,
1 li Hums, .Mr N II Kussi-.ll.
Win Teal J II Wells.
Jhaplaiu Dredging Co,
O. E. Harmon, P. M.
All Oild Fellows are rwpaciited to
meet at L O. O F. hall ou Saturday,
November 7. Work and refreshments.
A. H. Lj-wis. N. O.
T. Y. Dean. See.
A. V. B&nnard Undertaker.
Not selling out but selling cheap
New Pattern Hats
Trices ranging from $4.00 to $8.00
at Reduced Prices
I have the largest and best selected stock of Millinery In the
city and will self everything at reduced price. Street Hat,
Dr.) Hals, Children' Hats, all go at a reduotiou. v
Call Before Too Late
Miss Ida Weston
Hecond Millinery Storo 011 Front Street Fast of Sixth.
IRELAND & MEADE'S ADDITION
to (i runts Tuss, Oregon,
,70 5 4 3 11
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a 5- 1.
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Is In the northern part of the
city, about one block north of the
new brick Publio School Mdg,
between Seventh and Ninth
The lot-i in lUs addition are especially adapted for residence purpose a
they are very large and on rolling gniund aud higher than tb city proper.
t or hort time only Ireland A Mcado are making remarkably low prices.
It will iiay you to 11.vnti1.Mito their proportion before buying elsewhere.
Hoc W. L. IKK LAND or II. V. MEADE for particular.