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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON. FEBRUARY 10. 1905.
ROGUE RIYER COURIER
GRANTS PA88, OKEUON.
OOTJ5TT OFFICIAL PAPER.
Publlahad Every Thursday.
On Ymt, in adranct,
Famished on application at the office, or
Obituaries and resolutions of con
dolence will be charged (or at 6c per line;
eara 01 manas mm
A. E. VOOKHIES, PROPR.
Entered at the post office at Grants l's
Oregon, aa second-class mall matter.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1!K)5.
Representative Smith has Intro-
daoed a bill in the house to amend
the charter of Grunts Pass. Wo are
not informed as to the xiclal points
on which the rhaiiRi-t are proposed.
The project Bilv.K-Hlrd lir some of
the members of the Oregon legiHltitore
to adjourn to aomo future date will
not materialize as it is now virtually
settled that tbi body will adjourn
line die at the end of the 40 iluy
This week the United Hlutes Grand
jury in Portland is iiivestlKntliiff the
lend dealliiKS of Counressmuii Will
iamson, with considerable probability
of indictment. If this occurs, Helm
tor Foltnn will be the sole remniii
irirr memlMT of the Oregon di legntimj
It is aunnunced that Consul H. 13.
Miller, in consequenvu of Ills distill.
Kuished services at Niiirli want;,
during Japauese-RnsiiHii dlfllculties,
li lo line for promotion to one of the
most Important diplomatic positions
in the Orient. It is presumed that he
will be appointed consul neiierul
either at 6bsiibai, China, or at Kobe,
Senator Crowuell has introduced a
measure to change the luanuei of de
livering the charge to the jury in
trials. The seuator would hare the
charge delivered before and not after
the arguments of the attorney's. Hueh
change would not, in our opinion,
be a desirable one for it Is better for
the jury in going to their room to de
cide upon the merits of a rase to have
fresh in their minds the calm, Im
passive words of tho judge, rather
than the heated ' utterances of ex
Next Toosday, Kebrnnry 14, is Ht
Valentine's day, a festival which
has its light aud its dark side. The
sending of the resectable sort of
valentines as tokens of esteem and
regard, is a oustom both beautiful
aud romantic and is one which might
well be ooutlnued through the cen
turies to 001110. Hut the debnstd
valentine, tho so called "cninio"
article is a thing that Ims nut a
quality to recommend It. It Is an in
strument of mental cruelty and car
ries venom and spleeu Instead of g Ind
ues to it recipient. If a poison has'
a deformity or a physical peculiarity
it is as ill hi. d to twit him with a
00m ic valentine as in any other way.
Many of these things are sent thought
lessly but it is time for such thought
lessness to cease. Few are received
without a sting. The best- method
for the recipient of a "comic"
valentine to pursue is to burn the
villlauous thing unread. The use of
these things is decreasing and the
sign is hopeful.
Henry Boat and sou, Joseph, of
Williams Creek msde a trip to Grants
Richard Lewman went to Grants
Pass last Wednesday on bosiucss and
to look for work.
Zeb Hyde who is mining on Nine
Mile came home Saturday to see his
family and get new supplies.
If you wish a pleasant smile, sit
down to your table furnished with
W. 8. liuiley'i fancy groceries.
There will be preaching at the new
church near Provolt next Sunday,
both morning and evening aud also
Elder E. Ilndger went lo Phoenix
last Saturday mid remained over
Sunday to prenc'i at his regulur ap
polnlmcnt at that place.
The hint few days nearly give us
all the spring fever, to see so many
wild flowers In bloom and have the
warm sun beaming uhiu us.
Died At his homo on MisHouri
Flat, Sunday, Feb. ft, KXIft, Mr.
McKadden, and was laid to rest In
tho Missouri Flat cemetery, Tuesday.
Mr. McFadden was a well ki own
cili7.cn of Applegate and one that was
liked by all who knew hi in. He will
be missed by his many friends, but
still wo must realize that it in a
debt we all must pay.
J. Chirk of Talent hss purchased
tho upH-r part of the Khirley place
an I he will move his family down as
soon us he can get a house built.
We are glad to have him located with
us for what we can learn he is a man
that the people of Provolt ought to
he proud of. Mr. Chirk and A. L.
Pulley are talking of putting In a
hydraulio ram to raise trie water from
Apphgat to the upper part of their
farm. This will give them water to
irrigate at little cost. Beta.
plies at Cramer Broi.
and spray sup-
ttow'i This T
We offer Olio Hundred Dollars Re.
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure F. J. CIIENKY A CO.,
We, the ntidcrsigeod, have known
F. J. Cheecy for the iHst Ift years,
ami hcli vo hi in perfetly honorable
III all business transact ions and tl
naucliilly 11 lln to carry nut him oh
1 1 irnl 111 is made by his fl r mi. Waldiug,
Kiiiiut.li & Marvin, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, (.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
hlnud and mucous -lirfuci of the sys
tem Testimonials sent free. Price
7fm per hit tie. Sold by all Drug
gists. Take Hall's Family 1'lliS for constipation.
VISIT ASHLAND SCHOOLS
inte Pe.se Teacher to Make
Visit February 25.
City Superintendent R. R. Turner
has arranged to have the entire corj s
of 18 teachers in the Grants Pass
school visit the Ashland schools on
Thursday, February 23. February 22,
being Washington's Birthday, and a
ltrgal holiday is a school holiday,
bat Superintendent Turner will nave
school for that day and dismiss the
scholars for tho following day while
the teachers are away at Ashland.
Supt. Tnruer has the promise of every
Will Commence In Grsvnt Pass
The meetings of the local churches
preparatory to the union evangelistic
services will begin during the week
following the lVth of February and
numerous cottage piayer meetings
will be held in various parts of the
city. Thursday evening, February
23d, there will be a grand nnion
prayer meeting of all the churches at
the Baptist church led by Rev. Herbert
II. Brown. A union'evangelistio ser
vice will be held each evening follow
teacher to go and does not expect that ing until Wednesday March 1st, when
any of them will conveniently get
sick for that day He expects to
secure special rates on the railroad
the evangelists will be here.
The program of these services is ai
and at the hotels in Ashland so that ! rriday, Feb. 24, at the M. E,
the expense of the trip will bo light : church south, sermon by Rev. J. B.
on the teachers. The teachers will go! Travis.
to Ashland on the truin the previous Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Christian
evening so as to have the eutire day ' church, sermon by Rev. W. T,
to spend in the schools. The teacher
will not visit tho rooms in a body,
but each teacher w ill spend the day
with the Ashland teacher handling
the same grade that they teach.
While the trip will be a delightful
outing und rest to the Grants Pass
teachers, yet it will be a most profit
able and highly beneficial day to
them for they will he able to gum
miiny valuable pointers in inter
change of ideas with the Ashland
teachers and by observing their
met hods of teaching for the Ah
land schools have a high standing for
prollciency. The schools of Grants
Pass have a high sluiidiug but they
are susceptible of improvement as is
every school lu the country, and
City Superintendent Turner proposes
to employ every menus possible to
raise the standing of both teachers
and methods to the highest possible
point. To visit other schools is a
method of instruction that Is gaining
in prominence and in many of the
cities the teachers are required to
visit other schools, their pay going
on for the day and substitute
teachers employed to teach during
their absence. While some of the
Grant Puss teachers may feel that
their present salary hardly warrants
their taking educational trips at their
own expeuse, yet it, is just such
trips as to Ashland that will enable
them to command a higher salary.
Firstclass teachers urn in constant
demand and wages for such are being
raised years by year. With the
raising of the standard of the Grants
Pass schools is sum to come an in
crease lu snlaries for if Ibis district I
will not bid up other districts will
aud the up-to-date timelier will have
her pick nf schools and at a salary !
commensurate with the work required.
City Superintendent W. F. Camer
on and the Ashland teacher are pre
paring to give the Grunts Pass
teachers a must cordial welcome and
every effort will be made that the
visitors may he eiiteilaineil with
that hospitality for whiih A-li liiml
"Jerry the Tninip" home talent at
the opera house Siliinliiy nielli.
Monday, February 27, . at the Pres
byterian church, sermon by Rev. D.
Tuesday, February 28, at M. E.
church, sermon by Rev. Herbert H.
Huudar morning, the 2Ath, the
churches will bold their regular
services but in the evening a union
meeting will be held at the M. E.
church at which several ministers
will take part. It is expected that
during the stay of the evangelists
the onion servioes will take prece
dence over every other engagement
of the various churches save the Son
day morning services.
The homes where the cottage
meeting are to be held will be given
X. Miller has his new barn nearly
S. C. Ruble of Foots creek spent
Saturday in Golden with his brother,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pope feel
proud of their new girl baby, which
was born January 28.
Mr. Hoxio and family from the
Greenback mine were visiting her
liuughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Pojie of Golden.
Martin Miller has gone to San
Fruiicis'o to visit friends and rela
tives. Mr. Miller has been working
for tho Greeuback company for a
B. A. Pollock and William Coffman
of Golden have been pocket hunting to
oiiin extent this winter. Their luck
so far has been only, moderate though
they found one fllXI pocket.
Mr. Piper's son arrived in.Oolileu
a few duvs ago. He had not seen his
father for III I years and did not re
member him. He had heeu searching
for hi father for IB years. Wo are
glad to meet him as well as his
father. Mr. Piper is from the snuuy
aSBWae . 1
GRANTS PASS HIGH SCHOOL'TO EXHIBIT QUARTZ MILL
Haa Cur of Study Improved
and made Elective
Boyd is giving a handsome present
w ith each dozen cabinet photos for a
R L. COE & CO.'S
EARLY BIRD SALE - EARLY BIRD SALE
White Goods, Laces and Embraiilcrisir
Trim IIm IOiii-Iy, lul Vou Kimmv lit- ."lory Al.oul llio IOim-Iv IJirtl
Everyone is anxious U get to work til their Spring sewin
duises. Never lu-foiv lime wo Ihmmi utile to show such a
art aro now piled up on our counters for the I'.nrly
over a nil if you linil the gnods you want, buy them
111 upon you all in a heap. !KT lU'SY NOW.
z ami now is the time to make your pur
vast assort'iient of F.xtraonlinarv Values
Mini pureliiiMTs Come right in, look the stock
now, don't wait until your Spring vrk crowds
Early Bird Prices j
l-ailv HirU S.i'o of
1 500 yards White India l.ineii ut
saving of Itoiii y to 5c mi;
every yiirtl you buy mm 1
SC. 8j too, 11c, iy, aw, jse
aooo yards Fine Swiss and N.un- !
souk Ktnlitoidcrii s d'tci t ftotn
the mills; Mtulm tiuv t'lniiil
M to ?sc. I'.nlv Hit it
...Early Bird Prices...
CKOWN SILK TAKl-'lJTTA SILK, f 1 00
jd indies wide, evel y v.it il w.11 1 unit d inl slain 1 td.
W have t xi'lnsivr sale ol this l.iiiliuis lirii'ld ol
Silk. It I, as all of tin- (Ji'M.lTY, Srvi.e:, liNisit
mid WltAK ol any fx as en the maikct
L idles Yu'i Kid
w.tt: intcd all
Kvcryli.' iv knows (II.IIRIA
s 11 o !; s . tin- u i a h
est standard. st le
15x yuids Mniliroidet ies. l-'hic 1
Nainsook, regular ptiie S in 1 1 '
SO. H 1 to and ioe
15 pieces Silk Finish Murrricdl
Spring Press (ioods n-guUi ;
piiees froiu j$ lo 500, Qfc
Kaiiy Hitd pike ' ewUU I
S pieees Ig)pliati Lawns, Mlk Finish, .villi sot!, tie!
silk luster, tint is umpi stUMiaMy stipctioi to am
tllltlj; ever pnidlliVil lot tills motley
Katie Hnil ptieis . .
Jooo atiU lull o null L'nli cached Muslin at
S pieces All V
I j pieces H ,t 11; ale Olllltl.
1 IK '-it und dai k eoloied,
An i viiii;;
in all departments
1111: int. m Mil..
. ti Ciiiidicu'
filial pi u e ,
s I- me I,i de K ililu d I lo.-e.
D O U G L A
1 s Six le
O U G L A
docil I .in-- V Hid i.v S ;
,1 led wnle. a',I eomp vt
w ml to kiln lunv it fee Is
! . in Ihe I'lOVcium's Shoes
t U mi a . iii ol 'us shoes
1 1 e (.1 .) v e 1 n o ' tits the
a I i ot and
iiarly Itird Sale'
It will pay.
I 2 doen Natural
WoihI La . Out tain 1V
aid Made i
It stands up under lite most
1 vere pui ishmeiit
Grants Pass, In keeping with the
rapid progress in al! lines of derelop
ment that it is making as one of the
progressiva joong cities of Pacific
Coast, bas undertaken the betterment
of Its poblio schools The complete
series of Heath 'a supplementary read
ers has been placed in all the grades
from the Seventh down for the nse of
the scholars. These readers form a
valuable adjunct to the .coarse of
stadr and will be of mocb benefit to
the scholars. All the rooms of the
lower grades of the three city schools
are now well supplied with all
needed helps for both teachers and
pupils. Tbe school library, which
has been rather neglected of late, has
received attention since City Super
intendent R. R. Tamer awiamed
charge of the Grants Pam schools
last fall, and soon will rans with
the best school libraries in the state.
A fond of fHO.Vb has been raised
through the efforts of the teachers
and scholars to be expended for the
purchase of books for the lihraiy
aud it is hoped to hereafter add
regularly the standard aud latest
nooks that will be of service to the
scholars and to teachers for reference
or general reading.
The laboratory, both in physical and
chemical appliances, . is quite com
plete aud meets the requirements of
the work in the High School very
satisfactorily. During the holiday
vacation, Supt. Turner installed the
remainder of the appliances pur
chased by hi in out of an appropria
tion of (2o0 made for that purpose
by the board early in the winter.
Suoh points in physics, chemistry
aud electricity as will be useful to
the students in their after life, can be
readily demonstrated and made plain
At the meeting of tho school board
lat Tuesday evening, a change iu the
coarse of stndy for the High School,
which is to take effect withtlie be
ginniug of the next school year next
fall was adopted. The course, now in
effect is obligatory on all students iu
the High School aud is not segregated
so special work way he done iu any
one braucli. Under the uew arrange
ment, as drawu up arid recommended
by Sunt. Tnruer, there will be three
courses of study aud it will be
elective will the students vliichtticy
take up. Four years wi '1 be required
to complete each course, winch is
the same leugth of time given to the
present course. The uew courses em
braces all the studies carried, on iu
the beat high schools of the country
and a graduate may be able, accord
ing to the course chosen, to enter a
oollege for higher study or to take u
auy vocation that requires a Iiumiichs
education. The new courses will Le
known as the practical, the ncieutific
aud the classical.
I The practical course was ci-pccially
designed bv Supt. Turner to meet the
requirements ol students who will
go to the farm, the shop ur the siore
on leaving the Hih School, Mini it
will give tliein a good husuicrs
oducatiou that will i-tand I hem
iu good purpoko iu their after years.
As arranged the practical course is
First year bookkeeping, Kngli.ih,
algebra, physiology ,4 year, civics,
Second year Couimerciul nritii
mutio algebra 2-U year, geometry, Id)
year, rhetoric aud Knglish, American,
Third year Physical geography ami
botany, English composition and
literature, geometry, modern history
Jn year, English history year.
Fouith year Hcvicw of com
mon branches aud aigi lira, physic,
geometry Ml year, higher arithmetic,
JdJ year, English literature.
The scientific couise is as follows:
First year l'hj KUilogy ' year,,
civics K, year, English, aid lira.
ancient ami nadiiieval liisiory.
Second year Physical geography,
s, year, botany ' yiar, algebra 2-3
year, geometry I year, rhetoric ami
English and modern historv ' year,
Third year Physics, geometry,
English coiiiposii ion and literature,
Fourth year Geology , ir,
chemistry . year, geometry I II tear.
higher ai tiliim tie J ;i er, n view
of coiti nion branches mil ai.'. Ina.
Idle classical voutse embraci s the
following studies :
First year Latin, English, algebra.
American and mediaeval In.-.
iecoud year do sar, alebia J
year, geometry I !i i,u,
Will Show Visitors Hoi
The Lewis & Clark fair manage
ment are planning to bsve s mill id
operation to show how gold i
extracted from the ores as one of the
attractions at tbe fair. By the first
of March Grants Pass will h.ve inch
an exhibit herein this city, and it
will be open to the public with no
charge for admission and it will be
in operation almost daily. This gold
reduction plant Is being rut in by .
G. Wright, the aasayer. and he will
be pleased to show its workings to
visitors aud he invites the residents
of Grants Pass and of this mining
district to call and'lalsoto bring their
friends. Mr. Wright will have in
operation, a complete cyanide plant
aud also a quarts mill and a concen
trator so that visitors may see how
gild is extracted from both free
milling aud base ores. The cyanide
plant has a capaeiU of 300 pounds of
ore aud is as complete iu every detail
as are the big pluuts that handle 50 to
CUO tons of ore per day. The quartz
mill will be one stamp aud fitted with
a concentrator. While it will he used
for testing purposes, yet it is so large
that Mr. Wright will handle ores iu
ton or larger lots for miners who arc
developing their claims and wish a
mill ti.t or have a rich lot of ore
they wish to sell to meet the expenses
of their development work. This
custom will be of great benefit to
prospectors for it will enable them to
ofteu pay their eipeuses while operat
ing their ledges. With the op
poitunity to have ore milled iu
Graute Pass, prospecting will be
greatly stimulated in this district aud
ledges will be worked that are now
idle for the owners caunot afford to
put in a mill and to ship ore in less
I ban car lots to Sail Francisco or
Tacoma would take all the profits for
freight charges txcept on exception
ally rich lots.
For handling ores iu s nail lots for
assaying Mr. Wright has an ore
crasher and a dish grinder. The
crasher, grinder and stamp mill will
he operated by electrio power, be
having Installed this week a motor for
that purpose. Mr. Wright has also
a complete electric plating plaot
for doing gold and silver plating.
-Mr. Wrignt has conducted an assay
office iu Gr.uits Pass for the past
nine years and he has steadily added
to his plant until he now has tbe
largest and most complete establish
ment of Its kind in Oregon. In the
completeness of appliances it is
equaled by but few assay cflices in
the L'uited States. That such an
establishm -lit call be successfully
epi rated in Grants Pass is proof that
Southern Oregon has Income one nf
the great mining districts of tbe
I nited States and that this city is
of this gieat mining dis-
Furniturii and House
After invoicing I find some goods in excess
and odd pieces, Lace Curtains, Portieres. Car-
Cloths. Want to close them out before Spring
goods arrive. You can save money,
A, U. BANNARD
tlig Store, North Side, 61 h Street, Grants Pass '
Two Steel Ranges Must Be Sold.
WANTED Place to cook or run
btardiug house at mine or logging
caiup. Mrs. 0. T. fcu.ith, Merlnr.
mission furniture made to order.
PET deer for sale. Is tame as a
lamb. Address Mrs. W. S. Webb,
2111, Moss street, Grauts Pass.
HY FOR SALE in carload lots.
Write J. A. Perry, Medford, Ore
gon, for prices.
FOR SALE Window sash, three
sizes good as new, at a bargain at
Moore's Secoud Haud Store, where
other bargains can be bad.
A GOOD WORK TEAM, weighing
22w0, wagou aud harness in good
corrditinu, for sale, cheap for cash.
Address P. O. box lU.'i, Grauts Pass,
FOR SALE A Goat Ranch 2 1-2
miles north of Merlin, I'll) acres.
Fine out range, with over 100 head
of nice Angora Goats. If yon want
a rial bargain, come and see me,
or address L. A. Marstcrs, Merlin,
ram-li, goo, prune and
apple un-lian). small lrint
ahutiiiame; water tor iruikratiun, IreMtlt1
eipririKs on every 4U urrps: center of a puid
ranu country; two itVvellihtt houses, hi.'
ham. every thinn complete; well sheltered
from frot, tmod mini ii market, mie
hair to i If north of Tunnel 'J, price $2JARK
Irnjnire at thin uttice.
C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Practice limited to
EYE, FAR, NOSE and THROAT
and fitting of glasses. '
onion hours 8 to 12; 2 to (I;
7 :.'i0 to 8:30. Telophonoa 2B1 and 17.
Gbants I'aub, - - Obkoos
?RED'K D. STRICKER.M D.
PHYSICIAN and SUR'iEON.
Masonic Templu, Rooms 2 and 4
'Phone B33. Ohkook.
( A. DOUGLASS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: I'lgnoy'a resideuce, cor. Oth
and E streets.
Day and nlffht phone No. 631.
Grants Pahs, . . Oitroox
I)R. J. M. KITCHEN,
I ate member of Now York Posttirad
tiate Medical .ehool.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mxon I lock, west Front St.
I'honas: Otllee 881, Residence 481,
Renl Estate Transfers.
W. F. Hasenberg to John II Will
iams, lots II ami 13 in Block lr:i,
The above sai was made through
the Real Estate Auericv of .Iok,.i,Ii
$2100 takes 10 acres of line river
bottom, with new six room lioum. i
l.'AKM FOR trALK-two miles from Mer
lin, im) ai-res -aiout fi acre of good
bottom land. 2." aere in cultiviilinli. small
iioiiMe and barn and About ;0 arre.s under
fence, balance nf land Miiiahle fur orchard
or iaiture. fur (nrilier particulars ad
dress W. M. I 'row, Merlin, (treynn.
small orchard and all
lir.-r-class. (No. H.ii
See .Joseph Moss, THE Real Estate
WHEN tilVEN' CP BY OTHERS
it costs you nothing to consult
Hit. MuNTdOMKKY. He cures
Female complaints, men's private dis
eases and all kinds nf chronic troubles.
Also sells Cherokee and other timnm
teed family medicine. P.O. Box 1(W.
I). P. LOVE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SCRliKON.
Office in Williams Bros.' Mock, over
Grants Pass iirocery.
Residence Phone 414.
Office Phono 141,
Oham'S Pans, . Oilmen
Practices in ull State and Federal Courts
Office over l ii-st National Bunk
J. H. AUSTIN,
A. U. BANNARD UNDERTAKER.
. . . r . . . :rr . $
ncwphirti11'" rtll1an tntire cha"W of Mock in our
l M i1,d1 Mh 1st, the following
iKautit il liaii.i u hc discounted at least 10 ncr cent -inti
m,,rclt P" in lc installments or calP :
lt A $:") stylo (if
I'l.tllll in itintn (.;ls,
'2ml A t'.i
in a hi
a fiiit'rli in :t lioer;i n
tho si CK
Third year Cic. ro,
K I -1 1 (OIllpoMtloll Hllll
Fourth year Vi.'(!il, EiiKii.ii h,
ature phrsie., physit.tl a-i ii.pl.y
year, botany, , year.
..lid ! J
in Iry, '...
Ilia l lll.H ,
li Hie 1,-c.. ?
uii Hund n ; A
R. L. COE &.C9.-TH E BIG STORE
Grandma Uroikomn of ciranip P.,
visited M'S. Carrie ProeWnun :.si
Mrs. A. S. lieseuti luni a.d Mis-
Grace W ideiimill, r si ent iastFiidav
lu tiiants Pass.
T U' l:l . ..
It. . llllll, .-si,.!,. AilsslocalV
the Baptist church, f.iv
pie of Merlin with a
Miss Mary Mastic, a teach, r in in,
Gletidale sebool, wint ! !! s. bur cu
the early trin Tio siiay n.. niu t,
take Ihe teacher's i tiniua: ion
Mrs. F. V. Jones eojoye 1 last we. It '
a Very pleasant visit ri -iu le r brother, :
GeoiKO Butler, who w,s on his wuy
(roiu California to his home iu Wish. 1
Tin re is a rumor in circulation b! ,
the interests of the liraun Pi-. NVw !
Water, Liaht & Power Co. have tv. ri j
absorbed by Ihe C, ndcr Water &
Power Co. ef Gold K.it Tlielru-.il
j orrlcial of li e former eonipauv have I
j riwived no unln-i. f such a change. !
Il lias, however, h-ra tor souie uiue
lb k nernl inwuuiption Ih.tsucha
il. al a on tire lapis and it vroaM '
tu t I surpri u s lioul,l the rumor be '
d 11 litely oonBroMsd. i
:.rd Aii KVi:ii;i i pin,,,
shnvMiic of tliis mvIi", n's
Hj;urt'il walnut caS(. iM1,
of tho hihost p;uU U ,
4lh -Our tirM IIAKDMaITi
sluiwn hort in a o,li: tj,,,.
I'f offero.1 at a xlCu
month. h's tho tim.t s,j
tho Ilaithmui ami a swell 'v,
vood caso will l,P t,m, of
. . . ,,,, a.iu-,
mzo ana ot a leautiful
our I. iM
V Colnnilll ai-)n r.f ll.n
1 A(.KAUl) in muhouuny case
w "H l'o ono . f tho doai'rul.lo liar
""s" I'O had hero just now.
lil A lio.llltllul
4 75 mahoijany
piano of medium
sizo w i , bo 80,i at a very ,,t.
Slit-A plain casod $350 style ol the
I0H"' KlN(isHUUV piano
. , "l ' " S(Pn oy i-everal
early with a view
f li .. . , . i 1 . .
- " also tnere is a genuine
Wo ( ABLE piano made by
tl'Q Catje Co.
lUh jd-hand SHERWOOD upright
"""oat 1135 on 6 payments.
imii-Kvery Orpan going t close
i'WEV and CIIICA
U'H' 2d hand Or.ran '!V o
,r-an3 3to5 monthly.
tR. Phono 7IJ
Iliako 11 r 11 w,i 1, 1 , 1
1 t v,ii"iiciits up any
J- M. WAB n .
If Ut 0f l-n writ US for nrions.
GILBERT. R aat
Stor Phone 264
mm-t appeaj toyy J One end o Half Mfflion
KiC. .Wo Pay. 50c