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ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, AUGUST u, io4.
One pound of English Breakfast Te ascents
One pound Japan Tea Dust 10 cents
Evaporated Cream (Oregon Grape) 10 cents
Fancy full cream cheese per pound 20 cents
ENERGY, (like Grape Nuts) per pkg 10 cents
McLarens Imperial Cheese, Roqufort, after dinner cheese, etc.
All Kinds of Canned Lunch Goods.
Cold Boiled Ham, Kept on Ice.
The White House Grocery.
H. C. BOBZIEN.
will depend a good deal upon the kind of
tackle you use. If you want to make fine
catches in Rogue River let us show you what
experience has taught us to use either for
Salmon or Trout. We have Expert Reels in
all sizes and a fine stock of Lilies, Leaders
Odd Fellows Block.
BAMBOO RODS CANE POLES
Mason Fruit Jars
1-2 Gallon 1.10
WE ALSO SELL ECONOMY & GLOBE FRUIT
JARS, TIN FRUIT CANS. JELLY GLASSES,
JAR RUBBERS, WAX, ETC.
HAIK MDDLE HARDWARE Co.
TIRES SHRUNK COLD
No danger of marring the paint on the wheels.
- No delay. The entire job requires but 30 minutes.
We handle all sizes up to 4 x Ji.
Come and see our new machine work.
TRIMBLE (SL COOK, Blacksmiths.
Puis an End to It All.
A grievous wail oftimes romes as
n result of unbean:blo pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, backache,
liver complaint aud constipation.
Bat thanks to Dr. King's New Life
Pills tliey pet an end it all. They
are geutlu but thorough. Try them.
Only 2"ic. Guaranteed ly National
Drug Store and Grants Pass Phar
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I ss
Lucas County. i
Frank J., Cnenoy makes oath that
he is senior partner of the f rni of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing bnisnefs in
the'ity of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said tiriu will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS fur each aud every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
us - of Hull's Catarrh Curo.
'FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before 111 and subscribed lu
my presence, this fith day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1'.
A. W. GLEASON,
((eai. ) Netary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken In-
toruallv, and acts directly on the"1
blood Bud mucous surfaces of the sys
tem Send for testimonials free.
F J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold ny all Druggists, 7.. Take
Hair Family Pills for constipation.
Reduced R&tea 10 St. Louie Eipo
eitlon. The Southern Pacific Co. will sell
rouud trip tickets at greatly reduced
rates to St. Louis and Chicago, ac
count the ft. Louis. FAjwsitiou, on
the following dates :
June Irtlh. 17, 18; July 1 2, S;
Aogust S, 9. 10; September 5, , 7;
October S, 4, S.
Going ttip must be completed with
in lOdurs from date of sale and pas
sengers will be jwrinitted to start on
any day that will enable them 10
reach destination within the 10 days
limit. Return limit M days, bat not
later than December 31, IWi- For full
information as to rates and routes call
on Ageut Southern Pac, at Grants
Pas.. W. E. Cnman. G. P. A.
The Ice r.ara for the social at tin
Baptist churcV Eriday evening will
be furnished by Il-rulng & DrPoy.
A Four Quart Covered
Milk Pail and 5 Founds
of Chase & Sanborn's
Blended Coffee for $1.20.
THREE CARS MACHINERY
Five 400-Horse Power Turbines
for Golden Drift
The Golden Drift Mining Co. have
received a shipment from Logans(ort,
Ind., of five 400 horse power turbine
wheels for their dam three miljs op
IIih river from Grants Pass. The
wheels with the ueccssary shafting
and geering made a three car load
shipment aud was taken Tuesday
morning directly to tho compan)'s
works, which are located nu'the main
lino of the Southern Pacific and on
loaded between trains. These fire
wheels will be connected to one shaft
and will operate a centrifugal pump
caiable of delivering 9000 gallons of
water per minute under 4"0 foot head.
The pump is being maufactnred in
I Sun Francisco and will be delivered
aud installed some time in September.
This pump will supply water for
working th mine.
Tho dam is built to accommodate in
400-horse power turbines and they will
be aCded as the nseds of the confpany
require. Work at the dam is being
rapidly pushed by a crew of 60 men
and it is espected that the work will
be completed next month.
C. II. Sampson brought to the
Courier office today a bunch of ripe
grapes wbich he says are the earliest
grapes in Oregon, being at least three
weeks earlier than the Concords. The
vine is bnt three years old aud Mr.
Samjison if expecting good results from
Charles and Arthor Hall, aged res
pectively in and 14 years, were arrest-
ed alst week for wheel stealing, the
crime dating back to Jons 25 when
I they stole wheels belonging to-J. L.
j Fryer and Andy Colvin. The Fryer
I wheel was broken in riding and was
'hid in the brash bat the Colvin wheel
' was taken to Placer and told. Their
! trial was held Friday and Charles was
sentenced to two months In the county
jail and the younger boy fined 435,
which amount was paid by bis father.
The boys bate been in several scrapes
OUR PERSONAL COLUMN
People e.s They Come tind Go
From Day to Day
Mrs. R. A. Booth visited In Grants
Pass last week.
Arthur Rowland spent several
in town last week.
Mrs. Garret Crook ett of Tunnel 9 was
in town Tneslny.
The J. B. Paddock family is camp
ing at Savage Rapids.
a. u. Kulilo aud family were op
from Rock Po'nt Wednesday.
W. E. Grey returned Wednesday
from a week's stay at Seaside.
David Stearns and f imilv returned
Monday from a a few weeks outing
T. R. iSlieatz came in from Silver
creek Tuesday, returning Thursday.'
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Bates are spend
ing a week or two at Bybee Springs,
Miss Augusta Parker went to Cole-
stiu Thursday to spend a few weeks.
Miss Leonora Fisher of Portland is
visiting Iter sister, Mrs. Geo. How-
II. M. Staudiuger of Gold Hill left
Monday for a two ninths tVip to St.
L. L. Jewell and Herbo-t Smith left
W'eduesday evening for an onting at
Ed Williams of Vancouver, Wash.,
is visiting his pareuts, Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Williania
Mm. A. B. Cornell and two childreu
returned Thursday from a six weeks
stay in Tillamook.
Scott Davis of Medford was in town
Wednosday on business connected will
the Modford flour null.
Lu v. nail and family expect to
move Into their handsome new home
on Fourth street this wv k.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brown left
Thursday for visit to their old home
in southwestern Wisoonsin.'
Rev. W. G. Council and fnruily left
Tuesday morning for Bybee Springs to
spend two weeks camping.
Miss Miunio McLood who has been
visiting the family of A. Umphletto,
returned home Thursdny evening.
Tho H. L. Truax fumily, Mrs. R.
W. Cla-k and daughters aud R. O.
McCioskey left Saturday for Nowport
fo spend some time.
Geo. Calhoun returned Wednesday
from Portland where he has beeu for
the past three weeks receiving treat
ment for his eyes.
Miss Mnutl Bnber of the Conner
force is spending her vacation camp
ing with a brother an 1 sister in the
hills a few miles from Wood vi Up.
Miss Astella Good in arrived Wednes
day night from Althonso to assist
County Superintendent Savage in
W. H. Pattullo 1b expecting his lain
ily to arrive this wook Trotn Deca
tur, 111. They spent some time on
the way visiting frieuds in Kuustn.
Wm. Seifert, who bus lieen ill for
the past four weeks, is now able, to be
around again and will be able to re
adme his candy business 1m a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Veuscli aro camp
ing on Sucker creek for two weeks.
While there Frod will do a small sur
Mrs. F. H. Briggs and two daugli
tets returned lat Thursday from Eu
gene where they havo spent tho past
threo mouths with Mrs. Briggs' par
ents. Miss Harriet Kemp started Friday
for her homo at Evanston, III., after
spending a lew months with the Hair
family. She makes thu trip via the
Johnnie Gulviu arrived Sunday for
a visit with his mother and brothers.
Ho is now enagaged in newspaper
work as reporter on one of the Vallejo
Jan.es and Eckel Guuu, who have
bceu spending samo tinin at Takiliua,
returned to "Grants Pass Tuesday 11 nil
left the same day for their home in
Misses Minnie Tuffs and Edna Par
ker left south Monday, Mips Tuffs to
visit her sister in San Francisco and
Miss Parlor to visit MiB Elsie Wiley
Iluriy Schmidt returned to Grauts
Pass lust week after spending a year
or more at San Diego, Cal. Harry
says that San Diego is all right for
tourists but as a place to live dots
hot compare with Southern Oregon.
C. F. Stauffer, who for some time
iast has bceu a clerk-at the Hair-Riddle
Hardware Cj., left Tuesday even
lug with Mrs. Stauffer for Riddle,
where he enters the general merchan
dise business as a member of the firm
of Frater & Stauffer.
Charles Tabor, Mr. Wright and Rod
ney Calvert returned ycsor.lay from a
hunting trip to West Fork, bringing
with them some jerked venison. They
shot four deer. Mr. Tabor deliberate
ly cornered one dr in the creek and
theu madn him "sit" or a kodak pic
ture. Dr. G. H. Douglas arrived from
Seattle Tuesday to locate iermaneut!y
in Graots Pass for tho practice of nied
icine. lie has been practicing for a
number of years past in Seattle but
has recently taken a 10 months special
course in Chicago in general work, and
U ready to lespoud to any call.
David Briggs and his son-in-law,
Mr. Folk, were In town from Sucker
creek Monday on business. Tiny
have been greatly annoyed by the op
realious of those who might be termed
claim jumpers. One man has Gled a
claim whic'i overlaps a part of the
Briggs claim. The sympathy of the
entire public is with the Briggs peo
ple and they will probably l.ave no
Mr. Nichols, who recently arrived
from Salem with bis wife and two
grown op daughters, has purchased
the Matthew bouse on B street and
Gilbert creek and will make their fu
ture home itli os. They have been
north aud scntb through California
and have decided that Grants Pats is
the beit place, everything considered,
they bave yet found.
Hop Pickrs Wnied.
Three Hundred Hop pickers wanted
Apply to John P. Rauzaa, Jr.
.MRS. CHAPMA&I SUICIDE'S
Jumped Into River txt the Gold
Mary F. Chapman,' aged '67 years.
committed suicide late Saturday night
or Sunday by plunging over the dam
at Gold Ray. Mrs. Chapman had been
a rcsideut of Grauts Pass for many
years and before her marriage to Jos.
Chapman eight yean ago was a nurxe
aud her fornjer name, Mrs. Babcck, is
known to many resideuts here and at
Medford, Ashland and Jacksonville
where she lias nursed.
Mrs. Chapman for the past two month
or more has beeu keeping lionse for
Roy and Callie Hackelt on Second
street near A, while their parents
were away,. She bad frequently told
them that she would kill herself but
as she was coutinually speaking of it
no particular attention was paid to her
talk. About two weens ago she went
to Medford to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Noble. There she told that she
was going to kill herself and seemed
to bave a mania for Rogue river. On
Saturday sfternoon she slipped out of
the home ouuotioed just iu timo to
take the afternoon train for Tolo, to
which place Bhe purchased a ticket.
After leaving the train at Tolo walked
to Gold Ray, a dishtaoe of about two
miles. Jnjt before reaching the dam
she was stopped by a workman who
requested her to wait a few minutes
as tliev were just about to fire' a blast.
After the blast, she was allowed to
pass on and she continued on her jour
ney np the railroad track toward the
dam. This wns the last time site was
seen alive. On Sunday eveuiug her
body was fonud a few hundred yards
below the dam lodged against a foot
bridge. There were one or two cuts or
brnises on her head canesd by striking
against tho rocks in her downward
It is hardly probable that the act
was committed Saturday night as her
body wonld have shown marks of be
ing dashed against the rocks had she
been in the water .long and it is hard
ly possible that she would not have
been discovered by some of the scores
of peoplo who daily visit the dam aud
make Sunday picnics to that place.
Her body, if lying on the bed of the
.stream would have been noticed by
people passing along tho railroad track
as the water is very clear aud looking
down from that height makes it pos
sible to see any object in the water.
Tliero are people crossiug the foot
bridge at intervals during the day
and her body must have been discov
ered soon after it was lodged there,. It
is, therefore, probahlothat she spent
the night in the woods and in the af
ternoon went to the river to carry ont
her designs. Nothing has yet beou
seen of hur hat, capo, outside skirt
Her husband, Jos. Chapman, who
has been an lnmato of the soldiers
home at Roscbnrg for - the past few
moutliB, was here Tuesday aud status
that for the past throe years or more
she has been mentally unbalanced at
times.and was continually thioateniug
to kill herself, and many times had
her personal effeots aud household
goods jacked iu boxes preliminary to
carrying ont her suicidal iutcutious.
Several months ago Mr. Chapman left
her, believing, he says, that tbe shock
might take her mind off of her mania
aud her thoughts be direoted in auuthar
channel, and ho feared that she wonld
kill herself in such a way that he
would be held responsible for the
Mrs. Chapman's remains were buried
at Medford Monday.
SMITH FETL7fiOM WAGON
Sustains Serious Spinal Injuries
a.nd Some Bruises.
Herbert L. Smith, a mining partner
of II. St. Earlo, was seriously hurt
Wednesday afternoon by falling from
light spring hack aud striking his
hind on a rock. The man was intoxi
cated and driving a spirited team be
longing to Mr. St. Earlo. He drove
down Sixth street at a rapid pace and
turned the corner at the Palace hotel.
At about the middle of the block he
pitched over the side of the hack. The
man was immediately taken to a room
iu the rear of the Germauia building
and medical assistance summoned.
There is a serious injury to the spinal
cord causing a paralysis of the lower
limbs aud partial paralysis of the up
per limtis. There was also a cot aud
bruiso 011 tho head and his left ear
badly torn. The man is in a serious
condition with a possibility of recov
ering. Smith is 4H years of age, has a wife
in San Francisco and thiee grown op
children. . He hail beeu ou a visit to
his home and had returned to Grauts
Pass the morning of the accident.
The team continued ou its course
unguided, gO'Ug down Fifth street to
the road to the power house, turning
to the right to Pine strict then back
toward Uiwn and dually stopping iu
the manzanita brush biyond the fae
rrry near the railroad track, without
a bruise and with only a slight injury
to the vehicle.
Tho townsite of Galice located from
the present Galice postofflce, lias been
suiveyed and will be exploited. II. C.
Perkins and associates, returned from
there this week after having laid out
20 blocks of two acres each, 11 lots to
the block. The townsite is located on
the property of the Rand Mining Co.
who own what was known as the Cope
properly and formerly the Big Yank
ledge. The company has five quartz
claims ai d 007 acres of placer ground.
F. J. Barlow of Bellinger, is presi
dent of the company and D. L. Smith
of the sarre place, is secretary.
L. B. Simonds is manager in charge
of the work on the property aud has
01111 working double shifts frr some
time drifting on the ledge. About '0
feel of tonnel work hss already been
done and work is being rapidly poshed.
The new town of Galice is located
in miles from Merlin, aud 'It within
three-quarters of a mile of the Almeda
mine, where they will work scores of
men. Uuildings will be erected as
fast as lumber can be second aud
there ar already about 50 people wait
ing to build.
THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Brief Notes &nd Items of Interest
' exnd Importance.
' Dr. Flanagan,
Physician and Dentist,
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
Bicycle repairing at Cramer Bros.
MJ Clenienk, prescription Druiig.et.
Have O. O. Lnud saw your wood.
Peach paper at tho Courier oftlee.
i My fee is uow $75. W. B. Sherman"
Ice cream freezers cheap at Cram' r
See Sample Photos at tho tent
Talking Machines aud Records at
A fine lino of whips fiom 10c pp at
Oor louction fee Is cut from $I2. to
75. V. B. Sherman.
Rogne river watermelons aro uow
tieiug shipped iu car load lots.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron'i
Lots iu the Ireland & Meade addi
tion on easy terms.'
Plates and Films developed and
printed at Cleveuger's.
Bicycles at reduced prices at Cramer
Frnit wrapping paper can be se
cured at the Courier office.
Your credit is good wl h Ireland A
Meade, if yon buy a lot now.
Amateur Photo work promptly aud
carefully attended to at Cleveuger's.
Don't fail to sen the new line of
Diamond and opal rings at Letcher's.
Winchester, Martin a-d Savagn rifles
carried in Block at Cramer Bros.
Now lino of ladies and gentlemen's
solid gold watch chains at Letcher's
Jewelry store. '
In order to get out of the timber
bnnliieiui will locate yon for 75.
V. B. Sherman.
Grants Pass Is soon to have another
physician, Dr. M. J. Patton of As
toria, who expects to locate hern In
For a short time Ireland & Meade
will sell yon a lot for f 10 down and
5 per month,
If you want to catch front let Cra
mer Bros, show yon what to usu.
Cau furnish Id good timber or home
stead locations at 't each. W. B.
Everyouo knows who "Sunny Jim"
is. But everyone dorf't know that all
his correspondence is handled on sev
enty-II vo Underwood Typewriters.
These remarks are backed by "Force. "
Old newspapers for sale at tho Cou
We a e iu a j oiit'o 1 to show 13 gicd
claims in very fnvornblo locutions.
W. B. Sherman.
Why pay rent? I will sol! you a
h"ouse and lot or a ranch on easy pay
ments. E. L. Cass.
If yon wish to reduce your wood
bill, bny 4-foot lengths aud have O.
O, Lnud saw it for yon at your door.
Cramer Bros, store is headquarters
for all kiuds of fishing tackle.
Trimble, & Cook uow cany a stock
of buggy and hack wheels in all
grades. The prices are right.
John Platts has established an un
saying plant at Holland aud miners
can have their rock tested close' to
I find nothing better for liver de
rangement and constipation than
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. L. F. Andrews, Dcs Moines,
Iowa. For sale by all druggists.
Prospectors aro being fitted nut nl-'
most every day by Cramer Bros.
Call at my office, Rooms 10 and l'-i,
Mason io Teinjdc, and talk to me nhuut
timber business. W'. B. Sherman.
Typewriter troubles nru all' over
when one nsci an ' Cuderwood Yisihle
Writing Machine. Write the Under
wood Tyewrlio Agency at No. fw
Front street for a catalogue.
J. M. Ward, the tuner, has secured
several members for his tuning club
1 reaily. The idea is a good one anil
saves members money, besides Iiikiii-
ing good work when tliey want it.
('all np phone It 1 1 und have it ex.
Rubber Stamp ink in stock at the
Another good ledge has beeu report
ed in the Sucker cre-k country
by Mirkelson and Morton, timber men
from Washington. They say they have
located ah.'ut a liulf mile, from the
Having received ouo of the latent
improved New Century Engraving
machines we are prciuircd to do ull
kinds of engraving; goods bought
from ns engraved free. Curtis & Co.,
Odd Fellows' Building, Grants Purs,
All sorts of rldiculuus!y low prices
are being asked for second hand type
writers at the Underwood Typewriter
agency, (wi front street, Portland.
Anyone desiring to get a t ik-v. riti r
cheap will do well to ak (or samples
of work and prices.
Hi ore our new iuvmtions iu mining
machinery will soon require our undi
vided attention, we have decided to
close out the timber business and offer
at a low figure the few gilt edge
claims we now have. We will cut
our location fee from 125 lo (?.".
W. B. Bhermau.
U try a Blue Ribbon, 5-cent cigar.
On July22 Charlie, the eldest son of
K. L. Ellis, slipped and fell off of a
bank under a passing freight train
and had bis left foot badly mashed,
losing all the tarn ou that member.
Drs. Williams and Major of Plait r
were called and dressed the wounded
foot op in good shap9 and have hnpci
of saving it.
About a mouth ago Dr. Findley re
moved a cataract from the eye of Mr.
Baker, the father of J. W. aud Omar
Baker, who recently came f r m Mis
souri to live with his ihildren. The
operation was successful and now the
old man" for the first time in 2'l years
baj looked upon the faco of his son
Jack. He weut to Roseborg Sunday
to have a good look at Omar, bis other
Bring Your Wife Along
Women are the best judges of dres s
their own or the Men's.
goon tiling wnen tuey see
may rely firmly on their good
Bring her with you, by
let her help you select
clothes. She'll understand that "gen
uine goodness" of aSchloss Att-Tailored
Suit, better, pethaps, than you. How
ever, you are sure of good treatment
here, wether you bring her or not.
Jt js . jl
The difference in the cost of
Schloss-made Suit and that made by the
"merchant tailor" will be enough to
open her ey to the possibilities for
money saving. Just think, we sell a
suit like either of those shown in the
picture nt jo little a price as
The "merchant tailor" would want
to charge $35 for a suit not so good in
fit, style or quality. Here is a clear sav
ing of $12 50, which your wife can find
good use for jn adding to her own ward
robe. No wonder she is bent on break
ing you ol the "merchant tailor" habit
This label on Schloss made clothes
is to protect the wearer It stands for
reputation, uniform excellence aud up-
Outfitters to Particular People.
U try a Blue. Ribbon 6-cent cigar.
Buy 4 ft wood nud havo Lund saw
it for yon.
700 pieces of vocal and Instrumental
sheet inusiu nt 10 cents each at the
Grants Puss Musifl House.
There are 17 applicants for teachers'
certificates being examined nt the
courthouse; 14 ladles and three gen
A $50 cut iu location fee leaving it
uow 75. Our mining machinery will
soon require our undivided attention,
henco this cut W. B. Sherman.
J. A. Turner this woek sold the Lib
by Paiker place of six acreB on Merlin
street to L. Ii. Applegnto who has como
to Grants Puss to reside. Mr. Apple
gale has lived in the Illinois river
country for the past 110 years.
As I desiro to leavo Grunts Pass, I
will sell anything that I possess aud
the entire S. F. Cass estate on easy
terms. Seo Jos. Mns for list of
enl estato aud houses. E. L. Cass.
Lust Wednesiluy evening old friends
of A. S. Miller to the number of 20
or 111) made I1I111 a surprise visit at
Mrs. ColTinau's residence, tho event
being tho - celebration of his HUrd
birthday. A very enjoyable evening
wan spent. Futhnr Miller has lived in
Josephine county many years aud has
a host of friends. He is the father of
Con-ul-Geuernl II. B. Miller now lo
cated m Nlu Chwnng.
II. I. Pluiiiiiier returned this week
from Wiuton, iieur McCluud, Cat.,
where ho has h en employed at bridge
and carpi liter worn at Wlutou Castle,
Mrs. Phoebe Hearst's lumini T home.
I'lie rnsl In ii a seven story structure
which wus commenced lu 1UOI and is
just completed at 11 cost of $150,000.
One Hiiit) foot window iu the castle
is 1111 art window Iroui s Munich cathe
-triil. brought lit a cost of 1 1 1,000. The
roof of the atrciituro Is of ,lu.ed tiling
inij oitcil from Holland,
J'homas 1.. Sims, who with his fum
ily nrrived six months ago from Rock
ford, Colo. , has a handsome patch of
cauleloiipeHulioiit an aero iu extent.
Hi- has carefully cultivated tl cm aud
lie si-cured a largi r number of uniform
hiz-'. Minns from eaidi vine and he
"tin pick as many us six ripe melons
(torn a single vine the suiuu day. lis
avs iu melon raising 01111 uim is lo
have the fruit ripen together ar.d of
uniform si.e. He aim has three acres
of watermelons at his place ju: miles
wi i-t of town.
l'or sab- (hesp! Ijiw nooks, 21 vol
utins of Amrclcau and English Eucy
i'lou din of Ijiw, new edition; also
ntliir law boolis. Address Itev. J, A.
Mens, Merlin, Ore.
Hop Pickers Wanted.
Eighty hop pickers wanted about
rfi'lt. I. Address J. W. York. Kubil,
County Treasurer's Notice.
There ant funds ill the treasury to
pay all warrants protested to JiiLUary
Ifi, lHWi. Interest - will cease from
July 2S, iil'il.
J. T. TAYLOH.'
Tn anurer of Josephine Co., Ore.
W. C. T. I. Meeting,
'iho W. T. V. will .hold their
ri-i.-ular menting iu the A. O U. W.
ball (ii Friday, Augsut 12, commenc
ing at 2 '' p. m. Every member Is
requested to attend and come early.
Card of Thanks.
I lb-sire to thank my friends and
neighbors for the kindness they have
shown tun during my sickness. I aUo
ett end my thanks to Dr. Fredrick
Snicker for bis close attention and
kind treatment. WM. SEIFERT.
a I rafr I r I O
it, and you
"Drop in and let us talk it over."
A GOOD WATCH should bo clcnnetl at least
onco a year. Have you had yours cleaned
and rcgulatod? I am prepared to do all kinds of
jowolry repairing at prices that aro right, and
guarantoo my work to givo satisfaction.
Clemens' Drug Storo.
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. AT THE
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For rates snd other Information
A VERY JMCH STRIKE ,
Yon strike it rich when yon find a place where you can get
WCYCLES AND SUNDRIES
at Chicago and New York prices. That's os. And we are not disenss.
ing shoddy, off grade goods when we tlk of uioetlng Eastern prices.
There is nothing here that is not rullable and worthy of guarantee
tho goods that are a little better than other.delers can afford to sell at
the same price. Trying Is believing. Call at
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ff WIU, pAY YOU IfOJRTOURTlNIE.
A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR
KARNKD. HYCOMING TO OUR
STORK AND TAKING ADVANTAGE
OF OUR BIO DISCOUNT SALK
j& You Earn Money j&
Hig Saving on Ivach Article Purchased.
Ladies' Shirt Waist9 from 75c to $1.50 now 50c
Ladies' Skirts $3.50 now Ja.50
" 4 00 " 3.00
" 4 50 " 3.50
And all Summer Good in Proportion.
New Department Store
, White-IIemenway Co. Mgrs.
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J NEW YORK K
FINE CAMPINC GROUNDS
address If. B. Colo, Colestln, Ore.
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Grants Pasta, Ore.
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