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ROGUE RIYErt COURIER7
0RANT9 ?A8S, OREGON. '
Fubllahad Every Thursday
Subscription Rates i
One Year, in advance,
Six Months, -
Furnished on application at the of lice, or
Obituaries anct resolutions of con.
dolence will he i harged (or at 6c per line;
card of thanks 5Uc .
A. E. VOORI11ES, PROPB.
Entered at the post office tt Grants 1't-s,
Oregon, a second-class mail matter.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1904,
The Rnusian warship Lena dropped
into Sao Francisco harbor and caused
qnitoau ofllcial flatter. The Jannese
oousol iusistnd thut the vcowtl should
depart luiruodiarely bat the navy de
partment has decided that she may re
main until necessary repairs are made.
A olose guard In maintained to protect
the Tessol from the wrath of the Jap
The later and fuller reports ot the
great battle of Liao Yang show that
the Russians were moro severely de
feated that was admitted in the first
reports. Their retreat to Makden was
quite precipitate and In the nature of
a ruuuluK fight. Th e Japanese are
giving thum absolutely no rest and no
peace. The latest reports ludicnte
that tho small brown men are about
to compel another had la with their
bearded adversaries. A shortage of
food supply ig said to prevail in the
Russlun camp on account of the ina
bility of the army to keep op with the
According to strict literal inter
pretation of our Sunday cloning ordi
nance, it is unlawful to keep hotels
and restaurants open on Sunday. But
to cose huHlucsi houses of this charac
ter would be absard and far outside
the Intention! of the frainors of the
law. The fact that the law literally
does not except the eating houses
hampers its entiro operation and jeop
ardizes its whole etllcacy. The Sun
day closing ordinance aiiclir which
the oity government worked daring
the first months of the year was a
good oiio and there Is a strong opinion
that tho council made a grave mistaie
when they tampored with it. The
present ordinance is Identical with
the stats law.
Mineral speclwnus are coming iu
steadily at the mining exhibit. The
exhibit is remarkably good consider
lug the tiuio it bus been iu cxisteuco,
bnt it can yet bo made far wore ex
tensive and representative of the lls
trict. Mluors and mine owners will
be well repaid for their trouble in
sending spool mens in tho added stand
ing which moro publlo knowledge
will give tholr properties. Evory
mine in the county and tributary
territory should be represented. The
register shows that good percentage
of the visitors are eastern Jienplo and
ull who have the wolfare of Oregou at
heart, are anixons that they should
take home with them tho best possible
impression of Oreogn. The mineral
excellence of our dlstriot as demon
slrated by the exhibit Is a rcvelutiou
to moat of our visitors.
TO DEVELOP OUR STATE
Oregon Development League to
Meet In This City.
A uieutiug ot the (Jregou Develop
meut League will be held In UrunU
Pa ou Friday, September 2(1. There
Will, bo two sesnlous, ouo in tho after
noon and one Iu tho evening.
This will be the league's Southern
Oregon meeting and It Is greatly de
sired that there should be a full at
tendaure from all the towns of the
Southern Oregon district which in
cludes all the territory between Rose
burg and Ariilttml. Ylcu-l'resldeiit F.
J. lllakeley of Itosoliurg will preside
and Secretary Tom Richardson of
Portland will bo presunt. Able
sptukors will address tho meet Inn
which is certain to bo full of life
The Oregon Development league is
an aHswiutiou of organizations with
tho object iu view of developing the
stale. Over 1)0 Oregou clubs now hold
COWS DERAIL A TRAIN
Cowcatcher Fulfills Its
Near Jones Creek.
Number 1(1 jiaxaenger (ruin due to
arrive iu Orauts Pans at tl o'clock
Wednesday evening, ran into two
cows at Jones creek, two miles east
of town. Tho forward truck of the
engine was thrown from the track
while the rattle wero literally torn
to pieces and strewn along the track
for a ilint.tncc of 8W) yards. An engine
was sent from Grants I'm and after
two hours of hard work tho locomo
tive was placed on tho track and the
train proceeded to Grants Pans where
the dead engine wan cut out.
Tho uiKeuger were considerably
shaken up anil it is coimldered for
tunate that no serious injury resulted.
Some of the Grants Pans passenger
walked from the scene of the accident
to town, arriving some ti he fore
RICH SYLVANI1E ORE
The Mountain I. ion niiiio Is pro
ducing a quantity of remarkably
handsome sylvauito ore, Willi values
ruiiuiiig Into thousands of dollars to
the ton. O. II. Poindeitvr recently
brought iu some remarkably handmni e
samples, literally full of the mineral,
which yields gold at tho rate of AO
The Mountain Liou's five stamp
mill Is running steadily ou a good
quality of oie and the camp is oue of
the uratest in appearance aud most
convenient iu srrangouient iu South
IF YOUR SHOES IIAYE NOT CIVEN SAT
ISFACTION, TRY THE
SILVER CREEK TUNNEL
Company Has 300 Feet More to
K. V. Metts, manager of the big Sil
ver creek basin placer project, spent
several days in Grants Pass this week.
The, work at the property Is being
vigorously carried on and some 600 feet
of tunnel is completed. The ditch is
finished and the saw mill is ready for
The tonnel will tap the basin at a
depth of about 210 feet from the sur
face bnt Mr. Metts does not think the
basin will be bottomed at that point
and that it will be necessary to extend
the tnnnel some little distance farther
In order to roach the bedrock on a
Some 300 feet of tunnel yet remains
to be run before the baslu is tapped.
After the tnnnel is put through, it
will be enlarged and ro-timbcrcd aud
large double flumes will be installed.
The gravel deposit which this tunnel
will open is immense. The basin is
two miles long and varien iu width
from a few rods to half a mile. It is
presumed to be over 200 feet In depth
at the lower end. The basiu lias been
caused by an Immense rock slide
which has filled op the creek canyon.
Nicely furnished rooms for rout. En
quire at Episcopal Rectory.
A. U. Banne-rd Undertaker.
Fall Styles of Shoes
Our SHOES aro mado especially to our
order. Host of inatoriala nnd first-class
workmanship. Not tlio trash you see ad
vertised at halt price. Our prices aro tho
lowest at which such goods as ours can ho
The "Crossctt" Shoe for Men JJjJ g-gg
Thc"Utz& Dunn" Shoe fori $2.50 $3.00
Women $3.50 $4.00
The "Queen Quality" Shoe for Women, $3.00
E. C. DIXON,
Dry Goods and Furnishings.
laripmili, Wr to Hf-natlri
Slrvrls Mud Itralrirnres.
There Is n Utile lilt of Paris along
West Walnut street, 1'hlhtdclphlu, that
really worth seeing - the window Slid
balcony Hardens, wo menu, says the
Philadelphia Inquirer. The City Turks
nHooliitloit Is to lx commended for its
llintiKhtrulneKs In nKltatliiK the Idea
nd concriitnlHtod ihkiii the success of
Window boxes sre very old Institu
tions, uud yet In riilludeliihla and oth
er cities and towns It ts only In coin !
imriitlxely few Instances that they ar
found Tho proposition to encoiirsit
them, w hen It ciune la-fore the nssix-la-1
lion, met with ready response. West
Walnut sliwt Is a central locality, and
the fiu-t that several hoiixe owners hud
long tnken pride hi iimklng a bright
exhibition outside their w indows led
the association iiianniiers to turn thwlr !
Ittlcntloii (list of ull In that itlns tlon.
Their appeal to the owners have been
exvllngl,v satisfying. i
The pretty boxes have multiplied,
and surely It will not be long before
most of the hollies will bear these doe i
orations, w hu h not only add to the at I
tract Iteness of the residence them
aoln,x hut give pleasure to all who
puns iilong the street. It would not be
surprUliiK If w In, low mid ha I, -out
boxen should Ufoine a fad, nnd when
that conies about It may spread to nil
It Is such an Inexpensive way to aid
nt bcaiitlrylng a city or town that It
would seem n If nu( house owners
Would he glad to a. hi their lull. Ill
do.il, It Is so Inexpensive that as a tout
ter of fact many of the small two story
holism which tho electric curs reach,
hut whloh the wealthy downtowners
rarely If ever see, Imve developed very
hsmloouiv displays, show lug that under
modest roofs there is a love for tho
beautiful that makes itself manifest in
a nay that, If generally adopted, would
turn I'lilladelphla luto a garden spot.
And why not make It suchr
An Ivy on a hideous end wull, a win-
dow box or two planted with flowers.
a tree wherever poasthle why. tln 1 Sept. an, Monday Cln uit Court meets. Boles aud Sister Messenger froiu Ore
whole appearance of t tow n would be1 . .i. . .. conCitv and hvml nirloen M -O.
RED STAR STORE. ;
E. DEAN & CO., Y
WORK AT CONSOLIDATED
Have Recently Opened up a Low
Bar on River.
The Oalice Consolidated Mines Co.
have recently opeued a low bar on
Rogue river, a short distance below
the month of Oalice creek and aro iui
proving thi low water stage to the nt
most. A flume has beeu extended in
to the river and a good fall was so
cured from the bedrock of the bar,
the gravel of which yielded SO cents
to the yard on a tost run. Tin river
ban immeidutoly below Gal ice creek
poy well wherever they can be work
ed, and the gold is of a heavier and
better quality than is usually expected
for river gold.
Board of Equalization.
The Beard of Equalization for Jose
phine County, Oregon, will meet a
the ofllce fot the County Clerk, Mon
duy, Oct. rd, 11)04, at 9 o'clock A. M.
ami win remain in 'session eacli sue
cessive day for one week. All parties
interested are requested to appear and
examine their assessment for the year
1U0I, and have all errors corrected, if
any there be, as no corrections can be
mado after the adjournment of said
board. W. II. FALLIN,
Assessor of Josephine County, Oregon,
Grant Pass, Sept. lil, 11)04.
U try a Blue Ribbon, fi-cent cigar.
CHILD DROWNED IN TUB
2 Year Old Boy
A traglo accident occurred at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Cress in
Ashland Saturday, in tho drowning of
their S year-old son iu a tub of water.
Shortly before dinner Mrs. Cress went
out iu tho yard and tilled a tub with
water fioui the faucet, to be in readi
ness for household purHes after the
midady meal. While she as prepar
ing dinner tho little fellow who bad
been playing aliout, was missed, and
an older sister discovered tho body,
head downwards iu the tub. The
alarm was given and the osnal efforts
for the resuscitation of tho drowned
were made, but wore fruitless. A
physician was immediately summoned
and srrived within 13 or at) minutes of
the accident, but saw at once there
was no hoH of returning rnnscious
ness. Tho distracted mother is sure
that the little one was not out of her
sight moro than two minutes prior to
the drowuing. Tidiugs.
A. L. llonton
A Heusou, the
of the firm of Cobcl
Silver treek minors.
"I"' '',ral days in Grants Vt this
.week. Mr. lit usou aud his partner
'are eugsged duriug the waterless sca
son iu clearing and otherwise im
proving their place on Silver creek.
Hostile their mining property tin y
have a neat aud remarkably pro
ductive garden asd are preparing to
increase their agricultural produc
tions. Coming Events.
Sept. ID, Monday Annual loaninn of
Southern Oregon Soldiers and Sail
or at Jacksonville, continuing four
September 2S, Friday Oregon IVvelop
uient League meets at Grants Paw.
iwi. o-nmnmuy evening v. alter
Tl. ,.. l, II. I., tl.., i ii.......
political address, admission free.
A 500 FOOT PAY CHUTE
Bodies of Or Opened at
The Granite Hjll n.ine is now mak
ing a showing which surprise even
those who have known the property
since the beginning of its develop
ment and who havo always had the
utmost faith in lis excellence. An
ore chute 500 feet long, the vein he
log five or six feet in width, is ex
posed at the 200 foot level The ore
Is all good milling rock. At the 300
foot level a two foot vein of ore I
uncovered which yields high values.
The company is steadily operatin
five stamps of the mill, but the work
is at present directed more toward
development than production.
Mr. Whipple went to Medford
Mr. Hale was Iu Grant Pass on bus
Mrs. Schiudler was in Grr.nts Psbs
Mr. Lil lie of Unnts Pass was a vis
Mr. Dittrnar, of Grants Pass was iu
Mr. W. Williams went to Giants
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch weru in Graul
Pass on business. .
Mrs. Neil and Miss Hurd weie in
Grants Pass Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs Tweed were in Grants
Pass on be s Iness Wednesday.
(J. Sam and Gracie, hi daughter,
went to Grant Pass Tuesday.
Mr. Purdue and eon from Evan
creek went to Medford Saturday.
Mrs. Mooro, from Grunts Pass has
come to keep house, for Mr. Anderson
Mrs. Geo. Wright from Centra
Polut Is visiting tier sister these days.
TV .. . . ..
i lorget tne basket social on
Friday evening theDOth of September.
Miss M. Davidson, from Minnesota
is here visiting with her ister, Mrs,
j. ne puuiio scnooi will begin on
Monday the lth, with Prof. Cochrane
ot Koseburg in chargu.
Kev. K. Twoed will preach in the
Presbyterian church next Sabbath th
18th, morning and evening.
fields of Provolt made
call the last of the
J. ho. Lewman of Provolt made a
business trip to Bridge Point, Apple
Leslie Bailey and wife of Jackson
villo, are ut Provolt visiting relatives
and also mauy friends.
Ihe caudy palling given by the
young peoplo of the hop yards, was a
grand success and all had a fine time,
George Lewman of Trinity county,
California, returned home Thursday
accompanied by Mr. Chatuinn, to
Ilo;i picking is over and everything
is quiet and lonesome. Picking lasted
II days and hops are of tho very best
Hay at Provolt is quoted as follows
looso in barn, 10; baled. 115; iu
field, ti). There aro some holding for
fin. Haled hay is looking fine at
Tlio Lewman Eros, of Provolt last
lhursday lost ouo of tlmir hound
which was valued at J5 by its own
ere. The hound was after a rabbit in
an adjoining field, when it reached an
opening, it was shot twice by some
one; we have not vet learned, bnt
will find out iu tho near faturo.
J. M. Hocking made a trip to, or near
Kerby this week.
School has commenced again with
P. M. Cornni as teacher.
There is to be a basket social at the
iwrsomigo Saturday night, tho 17th.
J. M. Hocking lias returned
from Klamath county where ho
had been the past two mouths.
Hop picking is over and that witli
out rain, as there Is generally a rain
or two daring tho hop picking season
William Sams, brother to Joseph
and Leo Sams, I paying them a visit.
jio is irom mo Columbia river
W. S. Hoblusou's large new house is
looming up fust. The M. E. parson
ago is going on nicely with J. 11. ltob
inson aud J. A. Mears as carpenter.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Elba
Woodard died the morning of the 12th,
being six days old. It was buried al
tho Wildorville grave yard. The fu
ueral was preached by Mr. Josepl
There will lie a social giveu at tin
ow pursonago at which everybody in
terested in the well beiug of the com
muiiity is Invito.!. It will be a basket
social aud the ladles, young aud old,
will see to It that all a'e well snp
piled with eatables. A programme
w ill bo rendered by local talent, sup
plemented tiy some from Hear bv
places This social is given for the
purpose of dealing a f uud for pun-lias-
ng au organ for tho church at Wilder-
ille. Come prepared to help on the
Everybody busy taking care of Iruit
nd vegetables as tho lx?td lias seen
fit to give us a large crop of all kiuds
hit year. How thaukfo! we should
Salvcxtion Army News,
Meeting every evening. Slavatiou
my ball. Capt. Staynes, just re
urnod Irom a visit to Euglaud, South
Africa and Australia, where ho wont
to look Into aud oxitmiuo tho work of
the Salvatlou Anuy iu those binds; iu
large assisted by Lieut. Ward of San
Sunday, lsth, II A. M., S P.M. and
P. M. Enisgn Crab tree, ouce iu
charge of the local corps as Lieut.,
will conduct salvation and holiness
meetiugt at above I. oars. Capt. Jeuny
- ' , .,
dmrs will also tt nrt ICrwvi
FINDS MORE TELLURIUM
Another R.ich Strike in Ce-nyou
H. C. Mcintosh brought iu some tel
loriam ore this week from the teller
ide and the tellurium mines on Can
you creek, which II. C. and W. D,
Mcintosh bonded from Perkins, Luce,
Booth aud ColTmun. The oro Is very
rich and gives big values. A. shipment
of ore was ftut to the Selby Smelting
Works this week, returns from which
have not yet been received.
Could't flud our pen last week
Victoria Mitchell has gone to Ku
gene to commence her fall term of
school. Dan may go later.
The lecturer failed to connect at
Merlin Saturday night. We are sony
for Mr Glars is a good man in his
Rev. Mrs. and Mr. Risley ire hold
ing revival meetings in Merlin. They
are earnest people and are doing a
Mrs. D. W. Mitchell has returned
from her outing in California. She
and Esther aro very well because of
Win. Powers aud his apus will mine
this winter. Mr. Powers is now iu
Merlin making arrangements for his
outfitting. He owns a mine near
Wolf Creek. Bill is lucky.
Bert Kayser is visiting in Merlin
and will work at the Oro Fiuo mine
as soon as the same start up. Roy
will work there also when he returns
from his work at Wildorville.
J. R. McGalliard took his mother
towards home aud will visit in the
Pass and other places before return
ing. Mrs. McGalliard says she
would like to live iu Merlin.
Business promises to be rood the
coming winter at the Merlin court
house. Rev. Mr. Mears is a lawyer
and has said fiat he will put iu at
least half of his timo in practicing
law, if nectssttry.
Business is still moving nicely in
Merlin. We have a now business
buildiug goiug up. It will be occ
ple.l tcmporui ily as a residence by
the now blacksmith who will move
hero from the ccuuty suit.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
church will give a social at the par
sonage one week from Friday night,
the 2 id. This is tho postponed social
which was announced for last week.
Old and young are Invited.
C. F. Kayser had a steer killed by
the S. P. Co. in Merlin a week or so
ago. K. i. Uarrickman, thinking
that the animal was one of his, pre
pared to dress it, it being uot dam-
aged to any great extent for beef.
txoyser noipcd Harrickmun dreHS it
and Uarrickman disposed of most of it
before it was learned that a mistak
had beeu made. Uarrickman restored
the value of the beef to Kayser.
WE'LL LEAVE $100 WITH YOU
Have Just Received Our Fourth
Shipment of 1'ianos for Grant
Pass Since July 20th.
At tho low prices prevailing at our
branch bouse iu I. O. O. F. Bldg. I00
can eusily be saved miner tho existing
prices charged lor sumo grades of in
strumeuts at other stores.
Our purchasing is douo for cash in
car loan lots ror a system of stores
operating iu six states, and at the
present time wo aro in a position to
favor greatly the residents of Southern
Oregon in prices, iu order to build up
our trade in this section.
Alniott every piano of tho car load
alr. ady sold has been taken bv the
most discriminating, conservative, eco
nomical purchasers. Such peoplo ure
the backbone of any city. The don't
judge nor decide hastily and demand
Just what they aro paying for or bet
ter, riourly all so far have paid cash
although by doing so they only about
saved tho 8 per cent interest that time
sales call for.
Wo aro represented iu Southern Ore
gon by J . M. Ward, aud be Is In
structed by us to go our limit in price
tor awhile Inuger, as we have not as
yet sold the number of pianos we do
elded was necessary to thoroughly es
tnhlisli ourselves iu this part of the
Parties purchasing the next eight or
ten pianos will be accorded the special
treatment in regard to low prices we
have so f ir adhered to. Not that we
ire going to advance prices greatly
later ou, bnt wo aro going to insist on
Portland prices, that's all. NOW
THEY ARE 10 PER CENT LESS.
r.uough to induce anyoue needing an
instrument to purchase NOW, diu't
In stock now will be found such
well-known instruments as the Stuck,
Fischer, Packard, I.udwlg, Smith A
Barnes, etc., wMh our ureal Por Imut
leiidquartors at band to order from,
what yoa want from the twenty differ
ent makes to be found there.
No trouble to get totelher ou terms.
We fit large or small or elastic purses.
aud offer all the accommodations
first-class house cau extend its patrons
If you cau pay T or fS or (10 in-r
mouth and up yon have a choice as
wide as a cash purchaser would have.
If you have all organ or piano to
raile, wo will allow lis value as the
first paymeut, balance ou easy terms.
Remember that pur above named rea
sous for underselling ourselves ft our
other stores will cult List a litth.
wmie longer aud you should avail
yourself of tho opportunity while you
We've decided on September as an
other mouth (or our best offerings,
aud If you are thinking of buring iu
one mouth or six mouths you bad bet
tor see us now.
Allen Gilbert Ramaker Co., Port
land aud Grants Pass, Ore., I. a IX F.
Bldg , J. M. Ward. Manager.
Good milch cow for ).-
at this office.
BAUTY IS CHEAP.
Towa aad Home laiproTeataa
Too many of us fall into the mistake
of thinking that beauty Is necessarily
expensive, says a writer In Lippln
cott's. It Is not so. Beauty is cheap,
In the sense that It Is to be bad fof
the taking. We need not go without
beautiful trees and shrubs and vines
because we lack money with which to
buy them of the growers.
The nurseryman has nut the monop
oly of all that is desirable in this re
spect. Uo Into the fields aud forests,
and go with the seeing eye, and you
will find ample material for tbe orna
mentation of the home grounds, ma
terial quite as desirable as tbat which
the denier offers you at a good round
price. So long us we can have native
shrubs like the clethra and the elder
and the spiraea, the wild rose, tbe dog
woods and the alders and many others
that I need not mention here, and such
vIikd us the eelastrus, the ampelopsls
and the clematis, we need not lack for
material with which to make home
beautiful. It Is waiting for yon on
Among our native trees we have
some of the finest In the world, like
the elm and the bard and soft maples.
Wbere rapid development Is desired
we can odd the box elder to the list
Where the grounds are very small we
can make use of the cut leaved blrcb
or some of the Japanese maples. All
these are easy to grow and will take
care of themselves when once estab
lished. TO BEAUTIFY MILTON.
Trust Fend Glvea Massachusetts
Town For ImprovcmesU,
To the aristocratic town of Milton,
Muss., In which many wealthy people
of Boston have summer homes, Mrs.
Mary Cunningham, who died three
months ago, left (000,000, says the
New York Herald.
The money, the will provides, Is to
be held In trust for the benefit ot the
town, snd the trustees -are to use at
their discretion the principal and In
terest of tbe fund for some charitable
object which will Improve and beautify
the town. They may Improve the li
braries and schools, or promote the
teaching In the schools of sewing or
other industrial art, or promote the
health of the townspeople by means of
parks, playgrounds or hospitals.
The town has Just dedicated a new
library building which cost about (75,
000. It Is a leader among the cities
and towns of tbe state In schools and
U well nrovlded with playgrounds.
WANTED Ladies aud gentlemen to
board a t Smytho's. Everything
new, cloan and up-to-date, 114 E
SITUATION wanted by experienced
camp rook and baker, Uermati,
Julius Kirsten.care of Fetsch, south
west comer Sixth and J street.
WANTED To contract the cutting
and floating down Rogue river to
Ray's dam, 600,000 feet fir and pine
logs. Address Dr. C: H. Ray, Tolo,
GOOD PASTURE for horses or cattle,
near town. M. W. Wheeler.
FULL BLOOD registered Holstein bull
Address J. H. Croxtou, Grants Pass.
FOR SALE 2000 Cedar posts. L. B.
Akcrs, Grants Pass.
FOR SALE The entire belonging)
of S. F. Cobs, deceased and E. L.
Cass, on easy terms. Inquire of Joe
Moss, or E. L. Cnss.
FOR SALE Nearly new 303 Savage
Rifle; combination rear sight,
ivory bead front sight. Price, (20.
cost (2ft. Iuquiro R. H. Harrison,
N. 2d street.
J.'AltM FOR Ha LK-two miles from Mar
lin. Itm aeres-al out 50 sores of good
Imttom land, a', seres in cultivation, small
house anil harn and aliut .'i0 acres under
fence, balance of land suitable for orchard
or pasture. For further particulars ad
dress . M. Crow, Merlin, .re)?oii.
200 A',tK r"ch. good prune and
apple orchard, sum I fruits in
abundance; water for initiation, besides
sprniKs on every w acres; center of a good
range country; two dwslliug houses, nig
ham, every thing complete; well sheltered
from frosts, cood mining markets, one
Imlf mile north of Tunnel 0, price 12 jOu
Impure at this oilice.
opp. Opera house
F " 11 ..n,
Grants Pass Hardware Go
JOSEPH WOLKE, Maniger. , , T. W "
Among the late arrivals of new goods at
Bannard s Big Furniture
and House Furnishing Store
Axminster and Velvet
CARPETS and RUGGS
A large line of new styles Porteries,
Fine Pictures, Picture Frames and'
Mouldings and the whole stock is
most complete. Come and see it
you cannot afford to pass it bye.
Goods Sold on the Installment Plan
A. U. BANNARD
'Opposito Western Hotel.
Sixth Street, oppo. Court House.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLES AND
GET TRICES . ON UP-TO-DATE
liuy them now and save
money. We want to c'ose
them outassoonas possible
Ihe bntire estate of S. F. Cass, mid
all real estate belonging to E. L. Cass
ir saie ou ay turnis. Call
office. Jonoph Mohb.
Successors to Slover Drug Co.
House and Floor Paint JC" & C" n,Ur
You Time and Mo
I his Fall
Come and have a talk
with us. Easy terms
J L. CALVERT,
Write to P. Ritner, presidiut Ash
mud Commercial college, before goina
elsow burn for l, .j...., ...
MMf Blt.l n n.n
. H..i. ,.(i:ct rni,
W. P. Fuller
As long as they last.
Former price $1.75 gallon "
National Drug Store
J.C. Smith. M. I)., Prop.