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THE BUSINESS POINTERS'THE .LOCAL HAPPENINGS
OUR PERSONAL COLUMN
ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, NOVEMBER 3, 1904.
Closing out prices on odds in Dishes
CLTS and SAUCERS per set while they last, - 50c
PLATTERS from 20c up
Patent COFFEE POTS worth $1.00 and $1.25 to close
nt 50c and 75c each.
Fresh New Breakfast Foods Crespo, like its
name, crisp and very appetising; Dr. Price's
Wheat Flake Celery Food, its good, try it.
The White House Grocery.
II. C. BOBZIEX.
1 ullrt llulliliiL,
LMMUugmffWiwuMu, m ft MM1 ilMBHrni W
Now is lb time
1 If you intend to paint before the wet season sets in, I
come and select your colors now from our large i
stock, ratton's Paints are acknowledged the equal I
of any, and they are guaranteed to give satisfaction. 8
I Cramer Bros. I
I Odd Fellows Block. I
I BRUSHES OILS
LLa'fi..,ark3 m Ml"
6 Sent Mm off to hit if or k. I B
B wtth good J&reskfatl J?yl 8
You can prepare it J lasJ
; Easily and Quifkjyi J
jMM Size No. 0 $1.25
T f Hash for the family j -
J" chnpiicd in two min- ivll, 1 l.OU
vriv utcs. x ' . M
rt.-iS Cbopi everything I O. Z I.O
else with like rapidity
V Set that "UnlmrttV It No. tl 2.50
. yx on ttit machlnt Iron Otis. I
T. There art
fj NVy inferior imitations.
i ftjEj Tht gtnulnt Ma 4l
fri Hardware Co.
Hair-lliddlc Hardware Co.
Door Mats at COc
Jelly Glasses at 40c dozen
Some bargains in Jewelry.
Our brooms sweep clean.
CAME DOWN TO SEE BUGS
Owing to rVain Thev Were in
Prof. A. K. Cordley. entomologist
of the Statu Agricultural college,
I assed through Grants Pass Tuesday
on his way to Corvallis from Jackson
ville, where he had been to examine
the roiiditioi) of mime Asiatic laily
bugs tliat he plmitfd Inst year in an
abandoned orchard in P. Eritts
pasture, near that town, hot owing to
t lie day being cold aud rainy, lie could
find no trace of the bans. Thts bogs
in their native haunts feed nion the
San Jose scale and the department of
agriculture it introducing them into
the L'nited Suites in the expectation
that they will eradicate this pelt
which is causing sach damage to the
fruit industry of the country. The
department sent Prof. Cordley 50 of
the beetles and 30 of them curvlved
the joorn y from Washington, where
the department is breeding them, and
were brought to Rogue river valley,
the pruf'SMir counts the condition
more favorable to their survival than
in any oilier section of Oregon.
Palmist and CIo.trvoya.nl.
Dr. Lyon, the' renowned psychic
jalmist aud clairvoyant, will be
with you fur a short tiros. Remem
ber the doctor gives you a wonderful
life reading cf the put, present and
future; uaim s given. Satisfaction
or no charge.
If you are in trouble cons-ilt me in
all matters. Miners, a word to yon
it will be to your interest to tall and
The dortci also cures chronic dis
eases of long standing: druglcss
treatment; life reading'. . Consul
tation tree. Western lioteL
FLAGS GIVEN TO SCHOOL
Handsome Gilts by Ladies
Woman's Relief Corps.
Last Thursday afternoon three flags
were presented to the Cirnnts Pass
schools by t lie Women's Kelief corps.
The ceremony wan quite interesting
and impressive aud was attended by a
number of people outside of the schools
All the pupils of the three school
houstl assembled under charge of their
teachers at the central building. The
presentation speech was made by Mrs.
Uildreth aud an impressively patriot
io address was made to the pupils by
the W. R. U. inspector, Mrs. Rosa
Schenck of Toledo. R. Thomas,
chairman of the school board, In a
brief speech, expressed the thanks cf
the school for the gifls of tin organi
zation. The flags are of wool bunting
5iU feet in size aud are very hand
some. The gifts are greatly appre
ciated by the schor ls.
At Private Se.le.
I will dipsose of at private
One milk cow, household furniture,
copy of Eucyclodia Britannica,
Standard Dictionary, latest edition
other books, bric-a-brac.
Dr. R. E. Smith, A and Seventh
Sheet Music Reduced.
Five Uundred sheets of regular 10
cent music in stock.
FiltT sheets of vocal and instrumen
tal music, ranging In price from X
to 60 cents for sale at 10c per sheet.
Twenty sheets of two-steps and
marches, regular GO cent music at 10
Anon" al 10 cents to close ooL
Grants Pass Masio House,
JCNT ItECEIVJil) 11 V EXlMMiSS, LADIES lUJt CAl'iN Al? 11. O. rCJlONI13Y'H
Peopla ex They Come o.nd Go
From Day to Day
Mrs. L. C. Hyde of Provolt, visited
Grants Pass Sunday.
W. L Sweet land wag al Ashland
Saturday on business.
Rev. W. G. Connell returned from
San Francisco Wednesday.
Mrs. Goo. W. Martin of Coquille,
visited Grants Pass last week.
E. W. Outlier, the Riddle merchant,
visited GrauU Pass last week.
Albert Coe returned from Portland
Sunday ou the delayed passeuger.
Ora Smith aud F. W. Sawyer of
Kerby were in town ou business this
Mrs. Henry llarth and Mrs. A. P.
Harth returned from their Eastern
trip Saturday ereuiur.
II. L. Gilkey, II. G. Kestorson aud
John Baker returned Wednesday from
their hunting trip ou Evans creek.
Rolls Stopheusou, who is employed
in the Western Union work at West
Fork, spent Sunday visiting in this
Misses Elva aud Glen Provolt of
Provolt, have been visiting in Giants
Pass with Mr. and Mrs. Johu
J, J. McFadden returned to Fort
Jones, Cal., Tuesday, after spending
two weeks with his parents at
L. Samuel, Oregon and Idaho timu
ager cf the Equitable Life, arrived in
Grants Pats Wednesday to spend a
Mrs. B. F. Doerfus returned ou
Thursday to Igerua, Cal., after a visit
here will) her sister, Mrs. Edith
Fred Blackmail returned on Sunday
to rename his positiou ls fireman on
the work traiu now ut Rice Hill,
north of Roseburg.
Mrs. C. N. Hathaway aud daughter
Ruth returned Wednesday morning
from Portland after a stay extending
over sovoral weeks.
Mrs. F. R. Bowersox of Jackson
ville aud her two children nrovisitug
here at the home of her parents, Dr.
aud Mrs. J. M. Kitchiu.
Sam Luttken has returned home
from Provolt, where ho has beeu
visiting with his grandparents, to
attend school in this city.
Win. Turner lift Tuesday night for
San Francisco. From there ho will
go to the St. Louis fair, returning
home in eight or 10 weens.
MisB Ethel Davis of Grants Pass,
who has been visiting ut. lioseburg
with Miss Ituhy Thomas, left Wo lues
day for Portland. Review.
Mrs. J. R. Brazalo returned to her
homo at Areata, Humboldt couuty,
Cal., Tuesday after visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jess.
E. F. Furucss, bookkeeper and
storekeeper at tho Greenback mine for
the past year, ii in Grants Pass, hav
ing lately resigned his positiou.
W. J. Sturgpss and family have re
turned from ABliluud and are now
located ou their !!0 aero tract in the
norther portion of the city limits.
Dou Stephenson, formerly of Grants
Pass, lost a lliunib recently while
working in a mill at Parkcrsburg.
Tho member was cnt oft ou tho edger.
Charles J. Roberti, special ageut of
the Equitahlo Life Assurance Co., ar
rived last week to lncatu in Grants
Pass in tho interest of tho Equitable
Superintendent J! F, Willat of tho
Opp niiuo was here Tuesday evening
accompanying Mrs. Willett home from
a visit to the mine. Ho returued ou
School Superintendent Ravage is
visiting schools this week. He spent
Tuesday at Leland, Wednesday at
Wolf Creek aud Grave, and will then
go to Greenback, Placer and Jump
Miss Gertrude Barrio returned Sat
urday after a two or three mouths visit
with her sister, Mrs. Hauiia at Port
laud aud on their farm. She alto
spent somo time with her sister Her
tlia at Dallas.
Frank Sickles and wife who have
lived near Selma for the past 10 years
havo come to Grants Pass to reside.
Mr. Sickles owns valuahlo mining
ground, in tho Illinois country which
lie recently bonded.
Mrs. I. J. Howard and daughter,
Miss Inez, r turned on Friday from u
visit to Gold Hill. Mr. Howard,
who is employed in a mine mar that
place, came down with thorn aud
remained over Sunday.
Fred Pracht and family returued
last Wednesday from a month's visit
at Concordia, Kan., Mr. and Mrs.
Prarht's former home. Although the
country has been improved greatly in
the 11 years of Mr. Pracht's absence,
he prefers to live in On gon.
Peter Deisch of Jacksonville, sten
ographer for District Attorney A. K.
K. ames, and one of tho bright young
pothook artists in Southern Oregon, is
lu Grants Pass this week taking down
evidence in the water right case of
Simmons, Logan & Cameron vs. Deep
Gravel Mining Comjatiy.
Mr. aud Mrs. Charlton IS. Perkins
arrived here Tuesday eveuing to visit
tli Mr. Perkins' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Perkins. Mr. Perkins has
lately been located at Hong Koug,
China, where be has a lucrative jiosi-
tiou. In company with bis wife, he
is now enjoying a vacation in Ameri
ca, after an absence of seven or tight
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
Pacific Pine Needle Co. Awarded
Another Gold Medal.
D. A. Cords writes from Sao Fran
cisco that the Pacific Piue Needle Co.
was awarded a gold medal at the
Louisiana Purchai Exposition at St.
Loois. This makes the third gold
medal secured by this company, the
other tno coming from the Pan
American at Buffalo aud the Inter
state aud West Iudian Kipcsitiou al
News Notes From tho Business
Men to R-eidere.
Physician aud Dentist.
Goto Corun for Plumbing.
Own a Wellington piano.
M. Clement,, prescription Druggist.
Look Here! A Smith A Barnes.
Have O. O. Lund saw your wood.
'Built fur Music" Steck IMann.
Talking Machines aud Records at
Worth Having. A Kingsbury piano,
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron'i
Let the "Steck" Prove Itself. .
All extras for Oliver Plows sold
only by Cramer Bros.
Let the "Steck" Prove Itself.
Fishing is good yet. Yon will Mud
all kind, of tackle at Cramer Bros.
A lady wishes family sewing by the
dav or week. Inquire at 501 D street.
Worth Having. A Kingsbury piano.
Another shipment ot meltou boards
and picture matt papers just received
at the Courier ofllce.
Let the "Steck" Prove Itself
A nlco suite of ofllce rooms will soon
be for reut. Inquire of A. E. Yoor
hios. I,et tho "Sleek" Prove Itself.
) i,argesr biock or isoiia goia eugnga-
ment rings; wedding and children s
rings at Letcher's.
Own a Wellington piano,
I.onk Here! A Smith & Barnes.
U try a Blue Ribbon S-cout cigar.
' Ilulll for Mumc" Steck Pianos.
Buy -1-f t wood and have Lund saw
it for yon.
I.cl the "Steck" Prove Itself.
Eastman Minis for sale only by A,
Worth Having. A Kingsbury piano.
Air-Tight Heaters and Box Air-
Tight Stoves at Cramer Bros.
Irt the "Sleek" Prove Itself.
The largest lino of Storling ever
brought to the county; snitable for
wedding presents, nt Lotcher's.
Worth Having. A Kingsbury piano-
Don't forget tho Chicken Pie sup-
r.cr nt tho Woodman hall on election
lay, Tuesday, November 8th, begin
ning at 5 o'clock. Supper 3'io.
I,ct the "Steck" prove Itself.
Writing in Sight mentis UNDER
WOOD TYPEWRITER, and that
mean BEST TYPEWRITER MADE.
Agency at ('5 Front St., Portland.
Worth Having. A Kingsbury plana.
Don't neglect that guessing contest
ou the vote for Roosevelt in OREGON
AT THE SUGAR PINE STORE.
The ouo guessing tho nearest receives
iJ.'i worth of any goods in tho store.
THE SUGAR PINE STORE.
Own a Wellington Piano.
U try a Blue Ribbon, 5-ccnt cigar.
-It ii 1 1 1 for Music" Sleek Pianos.
Mnuarcli Malleable Iron Ranges nt
Worth Having. A Kingsbury plana.
Eastman's non-curling films for sale
bv A. E. Voorhies.
worth Having. A Kingsbury piano.
Pattern's Sun Proof Paint is sold
oulv bv Cramer Bros.
I, link Here! A Smith Jt Barnes.
Don't fail to examine the lino of
Air-Tight Stoves nt Cramer Bros.
Own a Wellington Piano.
If yon wish to rodoce your wood
hill, buy 4-foot lengths aud have O.
O. Lund suw it for yon at your door.
I, onk Here! A Sinllli A Barnes.
Ask your dealer for Rogue River
Creninery Butter mudo at Medford is
now t'l'i cents per two-pound, square
tiu.ik lit re! A Smith A Barnes.
Curtis & Co for Watches, Clocks,
Gold Kings and Jewelry, linn watch
repairing, engraving. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Come aud see us.
I. O. O. F. Building, Grants Pass,
Own a Wellington Piano,
The Jury of Award at the St. Louis
Expcsltioii has spent a good deal of
time examining into the merits of the
several typewriters ou exhibition.
The Visible Writing Underwood was
awarded tho Grand Prlzo on every
point. The Oregon Underwood
Agency is at d'i Frout St., Portland,
and will furnish a catalogue ou appli
cation. Hi uli School Literary Program.
The in ogre in rendered on Friday
last, Ot -tuber 2th, was a thorough
succ.'ss in every way. A number of
vihitorn, including three of the lower
room It achers 'were present. Tho pro
gram opened with a song by the
st hool. Ben George "reigned" with
dignity as president and Helen Clark
oMiciutvd as secretary.
Hin following pupils carefully and
skillfully rendeied their parts:
Ella Savage, recitation,
Atldiu Itnhiusou, "The Yellow
Htune. Park" essay.
Ethel Higgs, recitation.
Ora Lone Williams, "Benedict
An instrumental solo was given by
The questinu for debate was.
"K'-m Iv iI, That tho powers should
intervene to rut au end to the war io
the east." The aflirniative was rep
rin nlid by Fritz Deanaud Blanche
Tardine; the negative by Lloyd
Harvey and Katie McCarthy.
The debaters were confused by
great disturbance on the outside some
show people who were exercising
their vocal organs.
The instrumental solo by Prof,
Davenport was a thorough success.
Jane, 11. S. girl.
Business Villi Be Belter.
Advertise liberally, do it intelli
gently, aud business will be better.
You can do it intelligently If you
read Pacific Coast Advertising, the
h-ading advertising journal of Western
America. It is published monthly at
i$i Mercantile Place, Los Angeles,
CaL It is practical -gives the actual
exporieuce of business men In their
own language, and shows bow you
can adopt their plans successfully,
Subscription 2 per year. No free
cotdes. single cony 20 cents, colu or
Brief Notes t.nd Items of Interest
P. M. Cornm on Saturday pnr
chased two desirable lots in tho Ire
land A Meade addition.
Jas. Melutire this week purchased
a 10-acro tract of laud in the north
part of town from 3. A. Savago.
W. A. Paddock has sold an Orient
runabout automobile to a Grants Pass
man, who wishes his name withheld.
The machine will arrive in five or six
A Hallowe'en dance was given at
the Opera House on Tuesday evening.
There was a fair attendance and the
event was a pleasant ono to all at
A. R. Cleveland ou Friday waived
preliminary examination before Jus
tice Fnrmao lu answering to a charge
of bigamy and was bound over to
await tho action of the circuit court.
The Woman's Club will meet at the
Presbyterian church pallors at 2:30
Saturday afternoon, November R, at
which meeting Mrs. Jos. Moss will
give her report of tho State Federa
tion of Woman's Clubs.
Rev. J. W. McDougall has beeu
transferred to the M. E. pastorate at
Albauy. His departure from Grants
Pass is siuoeiely aud universally re
gretted. Rev. D. T. Suniiuerviile as
sumes charge cf tho Grants Pass Held.
Rosooe Jarvis, tho Id-year old son
of D. W. Jarvis of Neil creek near
Ashland was killed ou Saturday by a
fall from a lumber flninu which he
was walking. Ho fell SO feet into the
oreek, striking his head on the rocks
of the stream bed aud (hath was In
A. C. Hoofer of the Pitt Hydraulic
Milling Co., passed through Grants
Pass last Thursday, returning from
Portland. Mr. Hoofer states that they
have installed an arrastre at the mine,
and expected it to bo in operation this
week. Tho arrastro does tho work of
a two-stamp mill.
Services at the Christian chnrch next
Lord's day at usual hours. EvangcllN-
tio services will hi gin at the Chris
tian church Sunday, November the
13th. Rev. J. J. Evans, State Cor
responding Secretary, will do the
preaching. Services lath t veiling ut
7:30 All invited.
Tho A. A. C, football tteim will go
to Medford Suutluy, pinvull-d the
trains aie near vuongh ou time, and
will play the Medford team. The
boys intended to go to Ashland last
Sunday but were prevunted by the
lateness of tho traiu which was
delayedd by tho wreck ut Jetlerson.
Dr. Arthur W. Lister, a graduate of
the Paeiflo Northwest Dental College,
will locate permanently in Gold Hill.
His oflloe will bo temporarily at the
C'ottago Hotel, one block above tho
postofllce. Dr. Lister la well equip
ped to do any and all work In the
most np-to-dnto methods, at usual
prices. Gold Hill News.
Monthly, a 10-stsmp mill for the
Opp mine, near Jacksonville, now
under boud to Dr. J. F, Kedtly, ar
rived in Medford and Is now being
placed In position at the mine, says
the Mail. Dr. Reddy lias great con
fldeuco lu tho prospect for future
favorable developments at tho mine,
as is shown by tho substantial In
crease In the plant.
In tho absence of the pastor a popu
lar meeting was held last Sunday
evening at Bethany Presbyterian
cliurch, under tho direction of the
Ladies' Beuoflt society. The subject
was "Mormouisin" and interesting
papers were read by Mrs. R. Thomas
and Mrs. H. 8. Prescott. A recitation
by Miss Ethel Riggs and a long by 1(1
little girls were special numbers up
predated with pleasure by the congre
gation, All the, towns of Southern Oregon
sro. prospering unci expanding tlieir
territorial area. Even little old
Woodville is feeling tho impetus of
new life and is taking on u growth
that has created a demand for more
lots and last week J. S. Howard, the
well known civil engineer, laid olT nn
sddition embracing 40 lots for Hall
Bros. This addition lies between
Ward creek and the county rout anil
is a Tory desirublo location for resi
City Auditor May ben disclaims any
defiant attitude in declining to BjM-hd
all of his business time at tho city
hall during the registration month,
an accusation contained in a sarcastic
communication published ill the
Herald. Ho liitiiuateed his willing
ness to resign if tho council reiitiind
an auditor who would spend his
whole t itto there. Mr. Mnylx-u has
other business which hn cannot
afford to utterly Ignore for the audi
tor s salary, f.sn per mouth. II It wi re
required by tho city law tbst the
registration be done at the city hall,
Mr. Maybee would havo resigned,
As there is no such r tiuiretiieiit, la-
kept the books oxn at his ofllce ex
ccpt for two hours in the afternoon,
when they were ojs u st the city hall,
Mr. II ay tse Is a good olllcial, js-r
forming his duties satisfactorily.
The question has been asked In
what war are Chanitierutiii's Stomach
and I. iter tablet superior to the or
diuary cathartic and liver pills' Our
answer is They are easier aud more
pleasant to lake sud their eflect i so
gentle aud so agreeable that one
hardly realizes that it l produced by
a medicinx. Then they nut only move
the bowels, but improve t lie appetil
aud aid the digestion For sale at i
cents per bottle by all druggists.
ii troubled with a weak digestion
try Chamberlain Stomach and Live
tablets. 1 bey will tlo you good.
ror sale by all druggists.
DAVIH GOFl-Iii this cliy Wed
nesday, November 'i, llKi?, Burt
Davis aud Miss Carrie A. Golf.
HER!UOTTJOIIS-In this city
Wednesday, October 5, Wti, Ed
W. Ilerriott aud Miss Edna Ger
The bride is ono of the popular and
highly esteemed ycuug laidr of thl
county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David John of Williams. Mr. Her
riott is a member of the livery firm of
Bunch Se ilerriott and is well kuowu
and esteemed here.
P. H. HARTH & SON,
Outfitters to Particular People
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
A Sniff of Autumn
is in the air ... .
An ounce of prevention, you know, is
worth a pound of cure, and if you . are a
mau ofpr udent judgment you will provide
yourself with clothing of heavier weight
and take no chance of catching a Fall cold
trying to get a little longer wear out of
your thin and seedy Summer Suit.
We are now displaying some particularly
snappy Fall styles for Men selected from
the best productions of Schloss Bros. & Co.
the Fine Clothes Makers, whose celebrated
ready-to-wear clothing has raised the stand
ard in Men's Apparel.
You will Cud fit and grace in cut, quality
in fabric and honest workmanship in the
making. Add to these the fact that you
have seen nothing like these clothes, aud
you have exclusiveness. Take these points
altogether, amlyou have the foundation
for the fame of superiority enjoyed by
Schloss Hand Tailored Clothing.
The picture represents a popular Fall winner, and has to be seen to be appreciated,
at these suits before they have been picked over.
WALDO'S BIG MINING SUIT
Testimony Being Taken Before
Litigation pertaining to water
ights is coming to be a matter or
much importance lu thu court pro-
endings in Hoiilhern Oregon, aud
with the rapid increase lu the do-
m inds for water for Irrigation and
mining tho value of water rights will
steadily enhance and the contest for
their control will bo tho more closely
Irnwn, The principal cause for this
great amount of litigation over water
riuhts are the loose laws that have
been lu effect under which thvse
rights were acquired. The provisions
of thu state luw were so Indefinite
that a watel right could be expanded
as occasion might retpuire io ine
serious detriment of other users, or a
new right acquired that would in
fringe ou a prior right.
A water right suit Is now pending
in the circuit court loi josepuiuo
ninity, tho rulings ou which
will have an ImiHirtitnt bearing
on tho relativo rights of water owners
or those, wishing io secure water
rights. This case Is that of an an
tinn brought by Himmons, Lngau A
iinernii to restrain the Deep Gravel
Mining Company from using the
amount of water that tho Jat'.er
claim they are entitled to nsn. Both
rights are for mining purposes and
the ditches of both companies are
located near Waldo and takil water
from tho Illinois river and tho water
rights are among the oldest In South
ern Oregon, those t f Simmons, Ixigun
& Cameron being tnkeu np In the
early 'M's ono of their three ditches
nig opeimd in IH.'.H or til, while thai
of I ho Deep Gravel Mining (,'oiniany
was acquired III IW.'I. Tho point of
oiilentloii Is that the Deep Gravel
company has enlarged their dldtoh un
til it now carries a much larger quan
tity of water than It did at the time
it was first put Into use, thereby de
priving the Hlinintiiis company of the
in.iutity cf water that formerly came
to their ditches.
The Individuals concerned lu this
litigation aro Mrs. Jaun Kimmoiis and
J, T. Logan of Waldo and Theo. Cain
emu of Jacksonville, who am the
plaintiffs and are represented by Judge
W. C. Haiti and A. 8. Hammond, while
the defendants are W. J. Wlmer of
Waldo Slid A. K. Hcnn.es, of Jackson
ville and Mr. Keames is handling his
own and his partner's interest in the
Deep Gravel Cnmpaiir. Being a
suit In equity and the evidence to be
voluminous. Judge II. K. Haniia ap
pointed F. M. Calkins the official
court leporter, refereo and he began
Monday to take the testimony aud on
Wednesday completed the evidence for
the pluintiff and he Is now taking the
evidence for the defendants and It
will probably m Fildsy or Haturday
Is font all the witnesses are examined,
of which there are a dozen or more.
Card of Thanks.
W11 wish to extend our thanks to
the kind friends who assisted during
the. illness of our child and mended
symtthy. Mr. aud Mrs. V. G. Mo
In Iv re.
has stood the test 25 years. Average Arvnoal Sales
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you ?
Eadow wHh every
H K M
THIS PRICLO RANGE
STARTS AT -
"Drop in and let us talk it over."
SCHOOLS ARE CROWDED
No More Primary Scholar Re
ceived until February 13.
At a regular moetlug of the school
board of the Grants Pass schools held
Tuesday night It was deaitled that no
more primary pupils would be permit
ted to enter school unltl the beginning
of the next school teim, February 13,
IV05, at which timo they may enter
during the the period of two weeks
The crowded condition of the
schools will not permit tho eutry of
students In the primary grades at all
times of tho school year without do
ing Injnstioe to both the teachers aud
the pupils previously enrolled.
Many Mothers of s Liks Opinioa
Mrs, Pilmor, of Cordova, Iowa.
asys: ' One of my children was sub
ject to croup of a severe type, and
the Riving of Chamberallu's Congli
Itemed promptly, always brought
relief. Many mothers in this neigh
borhood think the same as I do about
this remedy aud waut no other kind
for their chlldreu." For sale by all
J. M. Ward, I'lionc
4 w 1 1
iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimhiimmiiiiiiihiiiiiiiii 1 minimi
WU WILL PAY YOU FOR YOUR TIMlv.
A DOLLAR SAVF.1) IS A DOLLAR
F.ARNF.D. BY C()MINO ; TOOUk
STORK AND TAKING ADVAN'TAGK
OF OUR HIQ IHSCOUNT JMLK
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Big Saving ou Kacu Article Purchased.
Ladies' Shirt Waists from 75c to 1.50 now 50c
Ladies' Skirts $ J. 50 now $50
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And all Summer Goods in Proportion.
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Grants Pass, October 81, 11)04.
All Odd Fellows are earnestly ro
quested to be present at regulat
lodge meeting hold In the I. O. O. F,
hall on November 6, 1U04, as soino
very Important business Is to be trans
"ted on that date. Be sure and
By order of the N.Q., Robt. fiexaner
It. Hoo'y, T. Y. Dean.
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from Clovengor's Utudio. bklll
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and lighting, combined with In
dividual treatment in the print
ing, toning and mounting muke
the Aristo Carbon print from
Clcvonger'a a synonym for all
that Is newest, most exclusive and
best In modern up to date pho
tography. They will interest you,
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over One and a Half Million
No Cure. No Pay. 50c
Black Hool Liver Pills.