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ROOUB RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PAS3. OREGON, MARCH 17, 1W5.
White House Grocery Specials
Best new Standard Western Canned
Ashland Tomatoes, new pack, 10c.
Naval Oranges, 20o per doxen, nloe
Lemons 15 and 30c dozen.
10 lbs Best Petite Prunes 25c
Lettuce, Green Onions, and Cel
ery now in the market.
Our vegetables are kept fresh
and crisp by a Lanstrom Mist Ma
chine. (Decayed or stale vege
tables are dangerous.)
Cocoanuts to arrive Saturday.
Sliced Boiled Ham and Chipped Beef. Summer Sausages, etc.
Exclusive agent Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee.
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
He's After Him
and so are we after your
trade and mean to get it byX
reason of the right prices we
charge for the quality of the
goods we handle.
Just look at these lines
Planet Jr. Garden Tools
Oliver Chilled Plows
Garland Stoves and Ranges
Columbia and Hartford Bicycles
Patton's Sun Proof Paints
Odd Fellows Block.
FISHING TACKLB CASE BROS. CUTLERY
Allen's Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime
Wood Pulp Plaster
Sherwin-Williams Prepared Paints,
Stains and Varnishes
Pioneer Lead, Strictly Pure Linseed
Oil, Glass and Putty
All kinds of Builders Hardware
Locks, Hinges, Nails, etc.
I Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.
OUR PERSONAL COLUMN
People They Coma &nd Go
from D&y to Day
and more of thoin
whon you want
Comb White Leghorn, the business
fowl of America. Yards headed by
cockerels from a pen with a reeord of
2J7 efrt's mt year per hen. Kiiirs l.ftO
for 15; 2.SO for 30. CKANITF, Ktt
& POULTRY YAliDS, W. J. Messon
(or, Prop , Ashland, Oregon.
THE VOTING CONTEST
Hock eggs, 15
second baud store.
for 1.0C Moore's
The Eagle Now Take the Firs
A. A. C 13,735
Its easy if vou know
how, and its easy trad
ing at our stoic, as we
are just bursting with
new Spring things in
Hats, Clothing, Shirts,
and everything you need
to wear. From top to
bottom we clothe him,
man cr boy. Our goods
are all new, and the low
j rice9 we ask are new to
C rants Pass buyers.
Any time satisfaction
does not accompany a
purchase, your money
back fr the asking.
GEO. S. CALHOUN CO.
W. O. W
M. E. Church
G. A. R
Presbyterian Church ....
K. of P
Knights of Columbus . .
Coupons are giveu at the
Geo. S. Calhoun Co.
Paddock ' bicycle Deu.
R. O. MoCroskey.
C. L. Clevenfter.
R. L. Coe & Co.
Ptaromer & Martin.
White Hoose Cirocery.
Kogne River Courier.
H. A. Rotcmmnd.
Miss Ida Weston.
Tboruas & O'Neill.
D. M. DePuy.
Services a.t St. Luke'a
Sunday ruoruioj the (object of Hie
sermon at St. Loke'i church will be
A Revival in the Church." The
aubjfet for the evening will be" AnoiaK
aud Caiaphas, " in the series on
Men who Crucify Christ." San
day school and Bible claw meet at 10
a. m. Friday afternoons during tlie
season of Leo I, theie will be a service
for trie young people at S :80; la the
evening, at 7 o'clock lectore on
the history aud doctrine of church
and at 8 o clock a service with ad
drew on "Moral Heroes," Friday,
March 24. "John Calvin," will be
a niclle plated aoda
nickle plated wat
At a bargain.
fountain and a
heater. Both are of the tincst make
aud almost Dew and in perfect order
and they go at almoat bait prioe.
Rosebud confectionery store.
Mrs. M. Doerfui left on Wednesday
for a visit at Igerna, Calif.
H. T. Miller of Houston, Texas,
arrived in Grants Pass Saturday and
may locate permanently.
Miss -Abbie Stackpole left a few
days ago for San Francisco and will
probably be absent for some months. -I
Jai J. McFadden of Davidson re-
tuned on Monday to Ft Jones, Cal.,
after a stay of several weeks at home.
L. Ellis, one of the well known
ranchers of the Leland distriot, was
in town Monday on a business visit.
Judge H. L. Benson of Klamath
Falls returned recently from a trip to
Washington, D. O. and other eastern
Mrs. E. L Moon, formerly of this
city, bnt now of Portland Is siting
friends in Grants Pass and well re
main some two weeks.
Mrs. J. M. Kitchen left on Saturday
for Albauy where she will visit with
her father, Jason Wheeler, who is at
presnnt in poor health.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lee of Rod-
ding, Cal., arrived on Sunday to
make a week's visit with relatives
and friends at this place. .
J. N. Voorhies left for Portland
Monday morning, after spending
several weeks in Grants Pass with
his bod, A. E. Voorhies.
W. O. Miller of Riddle, was iirl
Grants Pass last Saturday and Sunday
being called here by the illness of
bis daughter, Mrs. W. M. Cheshire.
Bonj. Bull, Sr., of Wilderville who
Buffered a stroke of paralysis some
weeks ago, is slowly improving in
health though the effects of the stroke
are yet quite serious.
A. D. Coster, a well known mill
wright of this oity, left Sunday for
Sisson, where he takes the position of
engineer and machinist in tho saw
mill of the Curtis Lumber Company.
L O. Wells was in Grants Pans
Saturday on his way to his home at
Medford. Mr. Wells has been spend
ing some time with his son, A. S.
Wells, who resides on Jerome Prairie.
S. H. Cook was in Grants Pass
from his ranch near Kobli. Mr. Conk
reports farmers iu his loaclity are
well ahead with their work and that
crop prospects worn as flue as oonld
be wished for.
Chas. Simmons, a former Grunt
Pass boy and of late years a railroad
euinnoer on the Canadian Pacific, is
visiting at the home of his mother,
Mrs. J. II. Crotxon, some five miles
north of town.
W. E. Kahler of Sumpter, who is
now at Jacksonville on business con
nected with the estate of his brother,
the late Wesley Kahler, was in Grants
Pass Saturday accompanied by Martin
MoDnnough of Tolo.
E. J. Sims left on Wednesday for a
three mouths absence from Grants
Pass, during which he will visit Los
Angeles aud Southern California,
Salt Lake aud Denver, and latoi will
visit relatives in Missouri aud Illi
J. W. Spenco is iu Grants Pass from
Langley, Colorado, on a visit with
his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Anderson
Mr. Spence is a painter and paper
hanger and if he is pleased with this
section will send for his wifo aud
take op his residence in this city
Dr. I. B. Parker, accompanied by
Mrs. Parker aud their children, left
Tuesday for Maricopa, Arizona,
where they will spend some mouths
with the expectation that a change
climate will be of benefit to Dr.
Parker's health, which has not been
good for some tinio past.
II. B. Luce, who has for some years
past been prospecting in Southern
Oregon and who lias mining interests
soveral districts of the county.
returned this week from a three
months visit to his home at Forest
Grove. He will leave iu a few days
foi a prospecting trip in the Althoosc
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Laytou came iu
Monday aud remained over in Grants
Pass until Wednesday, when they
returned to their home on the A
plegate, near Applegate postolllcn
While In the city, they were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. imitli at the
Hotel Laytou, Mrs. Smith being
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Layton.
M. A. Powers has returned to his
home iu this city from Granite Hill
whero he has been employed for the
past nine months as fireman and en
giuei-r at the Granite Hill mine.
Chas. Sliattuck, who has been em
ployed about the mine, Is now engi
neer. Mr. rowers expects to take a
position as engineer iu a saw mill
about the first of April.
R. A. Cook, a former county com-
u, Usi oner of Jackson county aud a
prominent rancher and miner of Foots
creek, was in Grants Pass during the
fore part of the week, accompanied
by Mrs. Cook, they beiug called heie
by the serioua illness of their niece,
Mrs. W. M. Cheshire. Mrs. Cheshire
having improved somewhat Mr. and
Mrs Cook returned to their home
A. J. Paul, preaideut of the Port
land Machiuery Coinpauv, was on
Applegato Sunday aud Mouday, a
guest of Secretary bowers of the
Michigan Mining & Milling Com
pany. So delighted was Mr. i'aol
with Southern Orcgou'a climate,
scenery aud the fishing and hunting
advantage that lie intends to bring
bia family this sunimet for a camping
outing in the Applegate valley.
Mr. and Mra. W. 8. Webb, left lat-t
Friday for Greenback, where Mr.
Webb has a position with the Green
back Mining Ccniany. He went
overland and took with him a apan
of floe uiulea that Manager It. N.
Bishop had purchased of Capt. J. M.
Mclotyre, with which to do freight
ing Irom the railroad ttatinn at Wolf
Creek to the mine. Mrs. Webb went
to ber new home by train to Wolf
Creek aud tueuce by stage to Greenback.
Mrs. D. McCarthy, now of Ashlaud,
visited Grants Pass on Thursday, re
turning Friday morning.
J. W. Moore returned to Grants Pass
on Saturday after spending several
months at his home at Woodbnrn.
Colonel Ray, the millionaire capi
talist of New York City, and the
president of the Condor Water &
Power Company, oue of tho largest
eleotrio power compauies of the Pa
cilio Coast, is to arrive in Grants
Pass next Monday on business con
nected with his oompany.
J. W. Howard, who coudocts a
large general merchandise store at
Kerby, and who has extensive prop
erty interest iu this city arrived in
Grants Pass Thursday and remained
uutil Friday eveuiug, when he left for
Sau Francisco. He will remain in
that city for a week, when he will re
torn aud be accompanied home by
Mrs. Howard aud Miss Eula. who has
been iu that city for some time, tak
ing advanced studies iu music Mr.
Howard loft his store In charge of
Will Moore, who formerly was a clerk
for Mr. Howard, but who is now
residing at Woodbnrn. Mr. Moore
came up last Saturday and will re.
main in Southern Oregon for a couple
Colonel T. Wain-Morgan Diaper
arrived in Grants Pass Tuesday from
Sau Francisco and left after spending
4ay in this city looking after his busi
ness interests here, he left by private
couveyauce for Takilma. He will ro-
malu a few days at Takilma, when he
will go on to the Mouumeutal mine to
look after his interests he has iu that
property. Ho will also visit Crescent
City and it will be about two weeks
before ho returns to Grant Pass on
his way home. Col. Draper was ac
companied bv' his daughter, Miss
Draper, who will spend the time with
frieuds at Taklima. Miss Draper will
go to San Fraucisco with her father.
but will return iu May when her
mother and tho family come to Bpend
the Hummer at Takilma.
Calvin Welch, who has for some
years lieen one 01 tho prominent
merchants of this city is suffering a
stroke of paralysis which he received
on Tuesday. He was iu Schmidt's
cigar store at the time and the stroke
comiug without premonition, he fell
unconscious and iu falling his head
and face struck a table inflicting some
severe brusises. On the following day
he was able to bo about tho streets
aud at present seems to be recovering
witn gratifying rapidity from the
effects of tho stroke. Albert Wnloh, 1
brother arrived from Portland i'hnra
day evening, and uuother brother, D.
Welch, arrived from Pacific Grove,
Cal., arrived Thursday evening. It
is evident that Mr. Welch must retire
from active business duties for the
present and I). T. Welch will remain
iu Grants Pass to close out tho cloth
Mrs. V. C. Kurituer and little
daughter Constance returned to their
home at Salem Monday after visit
of threo weeks with Mr. an. I Mrs. O.
C. Thomas. Little Constance, al
though her lower limbs aro paralyzed
aud she has to lie on a stretcher day
and night, is as happy us a lark at all
times arid has as many pleasures as
girls wlvo can run aud play. Sho has
been helpless for four years, although
last fall she was able to walk like
other children. Constance recoived
attentions from President Roosevelt
while at Salem on his Western trip.
During the painde the president saw
the little girl lying on her stretcher
watching the parade and without a
moment s hesitation, he stepperl from
the carriage to speak to the littlo one
and left a kiss open her forehead.
Immediately upon his return to Wash
ington, lie seirt his photograph anil a
personal letter to tho litthi girl.
SERMONS BRING CONVERTS
THE BUSINESS POINTERS
THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
News Notes From the Business
Men to R.evdera.
Brief Notee cvnd Items of Interest
Physician aud Dentist.
Goto Coron (or Plumbing.
Kodaks Courier building.
Mail Boxea at Cramer Broa
M. Clement, frescription Druggist.
Eastmau Filma Courier building.
Dry goods aud notions at MoLane's.
Bicycles from 2o up at Cramer
9ee W. R.
McLane'a is the place buy cheap for
Gentleman's smoke the Stage
Moss for bargains iu
Sherman about home-
Address box 288.
fee is I25. -W. B.
Columbia Bicycles at
timber see W. B.
aud logs for wood.
11.00. Sue Hobbius
Axes, ax handles, shovels, granite
and tinware at McLane a.
V. B. Sherman is the man to look
after your timber interests.
Buy your Incobutor of F. II.
Schmidt lu sells the best.
Bargains at MoLane's store, Kester-
aon Building, r rout street.
New stcck of Patton's Suu Prool
Paint just iu at Cramer Broa.
Violin, guitar, mandolin and banjo
striugs at the Courier building
DRESSMAKING Mrs. W. R. Ran-
mo, IS street, bet. rouriiianu ruin.
with a Planet Jr.
for sale by Cramer
Save your back
Single wheel Hoe,
Aud still I am insuring anil selling
real estate at the old stand. J. L.
A largo Hue of Firemen's
gloves best niado, just reooived. 1.40
a pair at Mcljino s.
If vou WBDt to buy or sell real es
tate, call on Joseph Moss, Tho real
estate agent. No. Gift "U" St.
Sewing machines fl, $5, $10 up to
i5 at the Singer agency opposite the
Court House. All the standard makes
I will look after vour timber lairds
W. H. Sherman. Ask W. li. Slier
man for Information concerning tin
All the new and np to date
millinery will be on sale about April
1st. tho owning of tho "Golden Rule
Store" HOil South Sixth atreot,
S(X) takes good five-mom pottage
with good barn. Lot fiKxISO feet,
close to tho heart of the citv
(No itiitl). See Joseph Moss, THE
Heal Estate AGENT.
New Bamboo Fishing Poles at
Houses for rent by SHERMAN 4
Success Attending Meetings of
Toy and Dickson.
Interest ill the evangelistic meetings
winch have been going on Jor two
weeks past is still maintained in
high degree anil Bethany Presbyterian
church is packed with listeners every
evening, llm meetings wero 10 nave
closed 011 Tuesday evening but as the
series of meetings which were planned
to ho held at Oakland were cut out of
the program of the evangelists, it was
decided ill view of the effective work
which is beiug doire here, to continue
the meetings throughout the week.
The meetings are attended with a de
gree of success which is far superior
to that ever gained by any similar
series of meetings held in this city
and a great religious interest has been
The. preuchiug of Dr. Toy is force
ful aud vigorous iu a degree which
makes indifference mi the part of the
hearers almost an Impossibility and
new converts arc the fruit of every
The carm st preparatory wolk which
was done prior to the coming of the
evangelists Jiaa been a great factor in
tne success of tho meetings as the
ready ri ci plivuii ss to the religious
teachings which the congregations
have exhibited from the very start is
to a gieat client the result 1 f these
efforts. The final meeting of the
series will bo held 011 Sunday oven
Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, the famous
evangelist, will pass through Orants
Pans on Tuesday evening and will
address the npl of this citv at the
railroad park while the train remains.
Dr. Toy ami Mr, Dickson wilt join
li i 111 at this place aud accompany him
to l'ortlaud, where a grand evangelis
tic campaign will soon begin. Dr.
Chapman has lately la-en conducting
a series of meetings at Loa AogeU s,
where he lias been given wonderful
The "Moonshlnt-rs" Daughter.
A large attendance was given the
performance, "The Moonshiner's
Daughter, " which appeared at the
Opera Inn." oil Wednesday evening.
"I lie play was lively and exciting
with a considerable measure of
comedy. Some of the specialties vn re
Give your frieuds a Stage line the
good smoke. ,
Souvenir Postal Cards Courier,
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron
If vou wairt to raise ducks, buy an
Incubator of F. Schmidt.
Plenty of Gardeu Tools and Planet
Jr. Implements at Cramer Bros.
Extras for all sewing machines, oils
aud needles nt do a par at Singer
Sewing maohiiio agency opposite
i fnll line of ladies covert, jackets
and silk coats will be on sale at the
opening of the Golden Rule store
about April 1st.
We want vonr iiroH'rty to sell.
SHERMAN & IRELAND.
Three million feet, of timber, !tfi per
cent sugar pine, 011 section of U. S.
G. laird within three miles of town,
all down grade: I will show it to you
for I3.". W. B Sherman, Masonic
Temple, Grants Pass, Ore.
W. L. IHKLAND writes FIRE
High grade ore in small lets bought.
W. O. Wright.
Bicvoles taken in exchange oil New
Wheels at Cramer Bros.
I wish to have several people call at
mv oltli and let me know if they
intend to relinquish their lioiio-stends
as I have ts ntile wli'i wish to bnv iin
provemeuis on heavily timbered
oieces so as to file timber claims.
W. li. Sherman, Grants 1'iish, Oregon
lioyd is giving a handsome present
with each do.eii cabinet photos for a
See W. B. SliermiiH about sunn
the homcHtcitds which are now to be
Moore, the second ham!, dealer will
buy at the highest price any hnusi
hold or other art id" that may be
offered for sale. And he has every
kind of an article for sale chen
SHERMAN & IRELAND, REAL
P, icy le clean" d and repaired quickly
at Cramer liros.
High grade ore in small lots bought.
W. G. Wright.
Pros rty for sale on the intallm nt
plan. Sen SHERMAN & IRELAND.
At Palillo's market, South Sixth
street, the meats are strictly lir-l
quality, the cutting lirstclass, and the
Curtis & Co. foi Wild hi s. Clocks,
Gold Rings and .lewelrv, flue waich
repairing, engraving. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Come and S"" us.
I. O. It. F. Building, Grains Pass.
Ask your dealer for Kogne River
Creamery Butter made at Medford -is
now 70 ci nts . k r two-pound, square
I am irr a imps it ion to furnish you as
heavily tiinb. p'il claims as vou would
have got two or three years. ago W.
1100 takes small house and he.
(No. .'f-'ii. Hen Joseph M iss, THE
Uea Esiato AGENT. I0 down. 1
per ui'nth will purchase a lot in
almost any part of thn city hie
Joseph Moss, THE Real Estate
The Grants Pass Music House is
now nirely located oil the ground
floor of the Courier building which is
the headquarters for musical instru
ments, sheet music, sundries, and
(hoto goods. 'I lie Allen ct ( i i 1 1 ..rt
Kamnkcr Co. has their piano sale,
room in the same building. The
business office of the Rogue River
Courier also is ou the ground floor.
A suicido occurred on Saturday at
Roberta creek, Dooglas county, the
victim being a Mrs. Gavuor. De
spondency by reason of ill health was
H.C. Perkins has completed the sur
vey and the plat for Walter Harmon's
addition on the head of Sixth street.
There are 15 lots in the tract and as
tlie location is Hue they will be de
sirable residence property.
Dr D. P. Love, as becomes a pro
gressive physician aud to keep pace
with the metropolitan conditions
that now obtain in Grants Pass,
Is having his ottice refurnished with
new furniture that gives it a hand
some appearance as well as more com
fortable aud convenient.
School began this Monday in both
the Williams and Knbli districts, In
the former district Miss Winifred
Guthrie. Is in charge and in the latter
Miss Louise Guthrie is the teacher.
The Misses Guthrie are recently from
Indiana and hold credentials that
show that tliey aro -experienced
Portland has experienced more or less
excitement during the past few weeks
by reports of a pauther which was
presumably haunting Ma rq 11 am gnlch,
Inside the city limits. The farnn of
this beast became wide spread, so
that some Washington county hunters
brought in a pack of trained dogs to
persno the ferocious monster. When
the beast was run down it proved to
bo only a coyote.
A two horse power gasoline engine
and a 8000 gallon iron tank wero sunt
Monday by (lie Grunts Pass Hard
ware Company to John Ran.au'i
big hop ranch. The engine will be
used for pumping water for the house
and farm arrd for Irrigating the yard
and garden. Mr. Rauzau expects to
later oil put in a 20-horse power
gasoline engine to pump water for
irrigating his hop field.
wind and rain storm which was
violent in California 011 Sunday,
manifested itself hero only by rather
brisk breezes which blew down a few
Insecure pauels of fence but did no
other damage. The wind was more
violent, however, in some portions
of the county and considerable timber
was blown down iu the vicinity of
Golden. The rain which fell in
torrents further south missed Southeru
Oregon almost entirely, only a few
light showers occurring here.
Daniel Ncatlmmcr, oue of the big
ranchers of Evans creek, whose ranch
is near Byben Springs was in. Grants
Pass last Saturday anil placed an
order with the Grants 1'ass liaril
ware Company for I"i0 feet of 12
inch, galvanized iron pipe of No. IK
gauge. This is to be used to curry
water for irrigation nrposes from a
ditch and the extra strength of the
nine is required by reason that it
passes down and up across a canyon
The pipe will bo manufacture 1 here
In Orants Pass ami is to be delivered
by April 1st.
W. L. Regis wasiu Grants Pass last
Saturday. Mr. Reges was in the black
smith business at Merlin but last fall
sold out to Walter Rohiuett and
he has been putting in tint winter mak
ing Imnrnveineiits oil a 100 aero Iract
of land which ho purchased last fall
and which lies 2 miles from Merliu,
Mr. Reges will work at, his trad
in some mill or shop thii siimmi
and this fall will erect a dwelling
house on his land and then become
farmer. Mr. Reges is a strong good
roads advocate nod intends to attend
the good roads convent ion that will
be held In Grants Pass next Monday
The Gianitn Hill stage team played
havon with the stage Thursday noon,
just before tune for Hie return trip to
the mine. MertonSiil, the driver,
was just ready to start out from the
Bunch stable yard when the horses
without warning, started off oil a
jump, crossed a diich mid turiin I into
thn alley. In the turn they struck the
corner of 11 building throwing tlie
driver to the ground anil losing a
wheel from the wagon. They went
tearing up the alley, and across Sixth
slreet, where anolli' i' wheel was lost
this wheel running independent ly un
til it collided with Ihe old I.Ut'
slable. The ti am took to Ihe alley
next the city h ill and mined up Sev
1 nth street where the lin k was left
olid against a culvert brace. The
t'iim was finally slop; i d on i'mnt
ill eel without further damage. Il
is hiiiiI.osi 1' the borsi S'hecallie tangled
111 some haling wire mm were nigni
nid, causing He 111 to run away.
That Helps You t
On in the world
That's tho kind we sell.
It is mado by
i Schloss Bros. & Co.
Correct Clothes Makers
It is HAND TAILORED
It is cut
on the newest
It is correct in every style
Every garment is shaped
to fit perfectly, aud so
made as lo hold its
We have our large Spring
stock of this clothing ready
for your inspection.
BAHIMORE NCW YORK
Special sale on
for n short time, regular
$1.25 values at $1.00
Your chance to save money on your Summer Shirts.
Drop in and let us talk it over.
Outfitters to Men and Boys
from head to feet.
Grants Pass, Oregon
iW WW -v W WW W V V
Davis' Second - Hand Store.
Tools of all kinds, Stoves and Tinware,
Furniture and IieddinR.
Not an niticlo that ia usod on a farm but what I 8oll
and at jricc8 that aro ri'ht.
IKE M. DAVIS'
The Supplier of Everybody's Wants.
Ranch Mock, South Sixth Street, Grains I'ass, Oregon.
GALICE IS THE WINNFR
Miircli an, 21, Mundiiv, lucsdiiy
I iri'unu Ntatn (innd Unads Assncin
t Inn cnnvcntidii in (Iriints 1'hhs
under tliu Misini'i'8 (if tlm LiriiutH
I'ass Miners AsHiiciiitinn.
Murcb :), Thursday District quarter
ly cinifurcncii in (mints 1 hsh or
.VI. H. Kmitli i hurcli.
April li, Wcdncsdny- MoctitiK of
county court fur Josn lilnr cuunty.
April HI, Monday Circuit court for
Joscpliinn cnuiity unirVi'iifH at
Kent Instate Trarmfors.
II. H. Miller mid others to Sura A.
Orilllth, tlm ti. tin I f of lot H in Murk
K, II. H. Miller ,V Vs New Addi
tion. Tlm nli'ive sale, was made lliiculi
tlm Heal Kstatii Ai y of Joseph
For mi, In A Standard, ti-hol" ranno
with wiirminir closet and reservoir.
Has lieeu usid less than tlinii months.
A duress H. W. Iplon, Wolf Cniik,
The Indies of thu Holier Corps will
Klvn a "Unlulit" Hooial on Thursday
nluht, Match Hilth, nt the A. O. V.
W. Tall. A lined program anil light
refreshment. Admission 3 rents T
foot and a penny for very iucli pxtrn.
Kor example, !i fot, I inches, 14c
lie sure and attend ami a xood time
Is promised you.
Women are, more often allllfted witli
kidney disorders than men, bat at
Irlhuto tlm symptoms to disease pe
culiar to their set, while iu reality
the kidneys itru deranged. Nnrous
ness, In ndachc, putty or dark circles
under llm eyes, lain 111 the back, sro
nlmi of kidney tron'do that must lint
Iki ignored, or a serious malady will
result. l'ohy's Kidney Cure lias
rcsiotcd the heallli of thnosauds of
weak, nervous, broken down women.
It slops irregularities and HtrciiKtlienS
the urin uv organs. It purifies the
Mood and benefits tlm whole system.
For sale by li. A. Hiiterinund.
learn Uiills lb Inches in II Sec
nds Murphy Second.
'I Ins Friday Ht'leino the ilriUniK
eoutesl Hon at tlm A A. '. j.'riiiiiid
Willi ihe entries fnr t ii' t am drill
inn by Lock wood ami Suvaii ,
li.ilo i ; Siliu.ii and ll.iri inuiiiu.
( irnuls I'ass ; Jol m ami Wan ts,
Murjliy; n-,il S.uidry l!fs., ild
Hay. The i nines for tic sii'iilc
baud entile' alo Tom 1 :i nickel holt,
Calic e; Joe Johns. Mu: ,'!.v; and
lleri S iVHiie, U ill Ce.
Word rai is the Courier went to
pn ss that (ialice won mi an inches
wiih Murphy h' coo. I on nnh a
aud Cir.inite Hill ou :;l inches, (.old,
Hay bad iucies iu iiio minutes
when one of the on u failed by reason
tf a lame haml.
1 .OOK OVEHfOWN
Sevi ral y'
so badly air
Wood, I lid .
ars since my luuv wete
cud th.it I had n any
" utiles A. M. Alle, of
' I took tn at lie nt w ith
several physicians w ithout any bene
fit. I lie li slain, I to take Fihy's
Homy and Tar, and my iunx hie
now a sound as a bulh t. I r--cou -mend
it iu ndvam id sl.i, of Iuiik
trouble." Fohv's Homy ami Tr
stops tbtt cough and hculs the lungs,
and prevent m rious results from a
cohl. Hi fuse fubslituuc For sale
by II. A. Itoterinund.
and you won't find as good a shoo proposition as
All America $3.50 Shoes.
Because you get more style.
Because you get more comfort.
Because you get more wear.
Because you get more satisfaction
than you get from any other equal-priced shoe.
Try 'em. See if this isn't so.
Kadi dollar pur-hase et.t.tles you to one ticket on the piano.
R. L. BARTLETT,
Ilownial lllltr- .. - iriiiis !. Orr
3II5:t, J..VIII'X' VI CJHII.IM I;iYH OXFOKDN 1. O. MJI !SIi:V.