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ROGUB RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON NOVEMBER 3, 1905.
"Own, wtigh and wuamrt mrythina you
When you buy food supplies buy
Jersey Cranberries and
Sweet Potatoes now on the
market; quality is good. Good
apples are scarce and will be
high this season.
are at their best Rose of
Peru and Tokays we are
selling lots of them. A few
Strawberries and Gal way
Peaches still coming in.
EW HUSH MACKEREL
If you want extra good
potatoes, try ours they are
All our flour is money back
if not satisfactory. We han
dle Davis' Best, Wilhelm's
Best, Perfection and Gold
Medal all fancy patent.
New process Barley and
Mill Feed, the heavy kind.
The Tea ami Coffee House.
Deafness Cinnot Be Cured,
by local applications. Hi they canuot
reach the diseased portiou of the tar.
Ihere is only one way to cote deaf
ness, HDd that ia by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucoua lin
ing of the Eustachian Tobe. When
this tobe is inflamed yon have a rum
bling Bonud or imperfect hearing, and
when it ia entirely closed Deafness
ia the result, and uuless the inflam
mation can be taken oat and this tobe
restored to its normal couditiou,
bearing will be destroyed fortver;
nine cases oot of 1U are caused by
Catarrh, which ia nothing but an in
flamed condition of the niucous sur
faces. We will Rive One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
ratal rh I that cunnut be cured by
Hall's Cataitli Cure. Send for circu
F. J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by tin ggists, 75c.
Take Hal's Family Pills for constipation.
Items of Personal
Letcher's Jewelry Store
Lowest prices on Klgin and
Wnlthtim w.ntrliPH. Brinf?
i x i v. .. . 0
your watches and jewelry
ill my work is warranted.
Cook stove and heater wood for
sale at fl.23 a tier delivered. Harry
Smith's sawmill. Leave ordera at
Sugar Pine Store.
Miss Gertrude Barrio returned Sat
urday from visit witb ber lister at
Mr. and Mn. D. Roberta of Louse
creek were ia Grant Pass Monday
guesta of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stur
gess. Mrs. Josephine Thornton went to
Portland last Saturday to enter oce
of the boapitali for a course of treat
ment. F.J. Howell from Portland ii doing
extra work in the train dispatcher's
office al tbe depot for the present and
is holding tbe tbird trick.
Misi Annie Fiester, a school teacbei
and popular young lady of Kerby,
was In Oranti Pass the forepart of
the week shopping and visiting witb
Mrs. M. G. Norton and Miss
Marion Norton, of San Francisco,
mother and sister of H. D. Norton,
arrived this week to spend a few
Mrs. F. D. Smith was in Ashland
Monday to look after property in
terests abe and ber husband, who la
employed In the railroad roundhouse,
own iu that city.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Howard and
their daughter, Miss Eola, left Sun
day for San Franoisco wbere they
will spend the winter, while Miss
Eula continues ber musical studies.
Geo. B. Hart, in the U. S. customs
service in the Fbilipinet. and re
ported lost by the sinking of a Tea
sel in a typhoon, is yet alive. His
sister, Mrs J. Pardee, baa received
a message from Washington, sent by,
Senator Fulton stating that he was
at hia post of duty ut Ho Ha
Mrs. Allien Cowper of Helena,
Moutiua, with her two ohildren, is in
Grants Pass to spend a month with
her mother, Mrs. E. J. Wooldiidge,
and to Tiait her sister, Mrs. D. E.
Dotaon and her brothera. Deputy Mar
shal George Wooldridge of this city
and Logan Wooldridge of Eubli.
Mrs. J. J. Moore who was a
pioneer of Josephine county but for
the past two years residing In Rose-
burg, ia very low with cancer . f the
stomach and will be unable to sur
vive any great length of time. Dr.
Flanagan was called to her bedside
this week at her request but was un
able to give any hope.
Charles Basye of Jacksonville was
in Grants Paaa Monday and left that
evening for Vancouver, Wash., to
visit hia eldest daughter, who has
been there for some time with rela
tives while under a physician's caie.
Mr. Bayse had received word that the
serious condition of hia daughter
might necessitate aaurgical operation.
C. F. Fowler, who haa two claima
on the head of Green creek in the
Mt. Baldy diatrict, haa lately com
pleted a substantial house at hia mine.
Mr. Fowler will apend much of hia
time at hia mine this fall and winter
while carrying on development work.
He already haa soire work done and
he expects to do considerable develop
ment work this winter.
R. G. Roberta of Chochetopa, Colo.,
ia iu Grants Paaa to spend a month
with the hope that it will improve
his health, which haa been impaiied
by the fierce winds and high altitude
of Colorado. He ia a gueat of IiIb
sister, Mrs. Mary Gould, and if he
becomes satisfied with the climate
and advantages of Rogue River Val
ley be will locate here and engage in
the stock buaineaa which he tollowt
H. B. Cole of Coleatin was in town
this week looking after the local de
mand for Colestiu Mineral Water.
Colestio Water alwaya haa been
popular in Grants Paaa but since the
bottling plant waa installed at the
springs the demand haa incresaed.
Mr. Cole made arrangements with D.
M. DePoy to handle the water and it
can be secured by the glaas, bottle or
case, Mauy families use nothing but
ColeBtin water for table use.
A Brief Record of
Of course he is, and so would
you be if these cold mornings
your house wa warm and
had kept a good (ire over
night. That's what you can
do with our line of
All of them AIR-TIGHTS.
They save their cst in one
OtUl fellows Itll
GRANTS PASS STORES
' CLCSE FOR FOOT BALL
Merchants to Encourage High
School Boys By Their Pre
sence at Fi Idays Game.
" ) t
As noticed ela where in our column
all the leading merchants of Grants
Pass will close store from 8 to fi on
the afternoon of Friday, November
10th. What will probably be the most
interesting foot ball game of the sea
son will be played that afternoon be
tween Ashland Normal and Grants
Pass High School. The expense of the
game: to pay Ashland's trans portal ion
and board while iu Grants Pass, the
rent of the grounds, cost of advertis
ing, etc., all told is considerable
amount. The boys of the team very
highly appppreciate the action taken
by the merchants in closiug on that
afternoon and thus give them a fair
chance to make expenses
The High School and most of the
other grades of school have earned a
half holiday by regular attendance
during the mouth of October. They
have taken advantage of this fact to
play the game the afternoon of their
The boya are playing a good clean
game of foot ball and dest rve the
sympathy of the town people. They
need the encouragement of yonr
presence at the same on November
The admission to the same, which
will be on the A. A. C. grounds.
will be 26 cents. The profits, if any,
will go to the High School library
THE BUSINESS POINTERS1
News Notes From the Business
Men to Readers.
j M K U iri X
We object to posing on a
pedestal, but we do want our
friends to know a thing or
two. One thing, that many
manufacturers have sold
to whom we don't know, or
for that matter care wintr
woolens very much lighter in
weight than ever before; and,
further, goods, with a large
percentage of shoddy, and
mercerized cotton "manipu
lated" they call it (got in
Ask for a Hart. Schaffner
& Marx and the suit you buy
of us this year will be the
same weight as the one you
bought List year. Our stand
ard and tlieirs has not chang
ed one iota either in weight
or qualities Perhaps that
may interest you.
GEO. S. CALHOUN
COM I A NY.
Outfitters to Boy and Man
Mrs. John Lauternian was in Grants
W. A. Hassle's liotil if being very
rapidly put up.
Mrs. Ellen Jonea was tbe guest of
Mrs. Doa Massie Sunday.
Our town Is improving last, several
new buildings are being built.
Fred Jones of Merlin baa gone East
wbere he will spend a few weeks.
Tuesday e ening two young couplea
of Merlin went to Grants Pass to the
Misa Mary Ma-sie spent Sunday
witb ber father and brother Halbert
at their ferry.
There will be preaching at the
Bantist church Sunday at 12 ('clock
by Rev. Austin.
M's. Ellen Eoyarl returned from
Galice Wednesday wbere she baa been
for several weeks.
Harry Eeyte and loins Gibson
returned borne Tuesday from the
mines where they have been at work.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ott and son Loid
of Grauts Pass spent Saturday night
and Bnuday with Mrs. Ott's sister,
Mrs. Smith of Merlin.
Bert Massie while driving through
Merlin Tuasday had an accident hap
pen bim. His borses got frightened
and began to run ; tbey ran against a
telephone post one tunning on each
side of tbe post, breaking the tele
Dhooe post down aud smashing the
wagon to pieces, bat Bert Jumped out
of tbe wagon and by so do.ng he
nmhablv aaved hia life. Pickle.
November 10, Friday Football
game at Grants Pass between Grants
Pass High School aud Ashland
Normal teams at ii p. m. Stores to
close duriug gaue
December 4, Monday Grauta rasa
April 20, 1 riday Oregon primary elec
tions for all parlies.
June 4. Monday Oregon slate and
Grants Paaa Poat Cards at the Cour
That Home Grown "Mince Meat
WHITE HOUSE GKOCERV.
City Treasurer Colonel Johnson will
rrake a email call for warrants next
week, beginning with those endorsed
after February 1, 1002.
The ladies of tbe M. E. church
South, will give a chicken pie aupper
at the parsonage on the evening of
Friday, November 17.
J. E. Chi Ids, receutly from Idaho,
has opened a second-hand store on
South Sixth street, where he is put
ting in a full stock of goods.
Dr. Flanagan reports a serious case
of diphtheria in the Hugh Stevens
family at Woodville. The bouse is
quarantined and everything possible
ia being done to confine the disease.
Those who intend to set out shade
trees this fall can secure information
that will be of value to them by call
ing on J. T. Taylor. Mr. Taylor haa
bad considerable experience in tree
planting and he may be able to give
you pointers, which will save your
J. E. Kerley, who conducts the
large South Sixth street feed stable,
to keep pace with the rapid growth of
Grants Pass has added wholesale aud
retail feed aud flour buslnesa to hia
other venture. Mr. Kerley ia able to
fill auy size order on Bhort notioe of
the best brand of flour aud all kiuds
of hay and grain.
Mrs. O. D. Sturgess has leased the
F street restaurant of Mrs. C. Brandt
and has taken charge of it. Mrs.
Sturgess will add to the furnishings
of the tables and the rooms and give
first-clasi service. She will have
personal charge of the cooking aud
the meals will be served in a manner
that will suit the most exacting.
Two very delightful surprise parties
were held last week one in honor of
Miss Essie Martin at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Polk Martla,
on Friday evening, aud the other in
honor of Misa Hazel Corlisa at the
home of her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. 11.
A. Corliss, ou Saturday evening.
Each party was attended by about
20 young people aud games aud vocal
and instrumental uiusio were iudulged
iu and light refreshments were served.
Recognizing Grauts Pass property
as a good investment J. C. K. Mo-
Cann, who is doing a thriving mer
cantile business at Wilderville, some
time since bought lota ou K street.
botweeu Seventh aud Eighth afreets
and he has just had a ueat five-room
cottage completed. The carpenter
work was doue by Joseph Sams and
the painting by George M. 'Creed,
both of Wilderville. The building
Is now occupied by J. R. Wells, he
moving hia family to the place last
I. A. Mallory recently bought three
lots on () street, between First and
Second streets, of John Ranzan and
now he ia erecting a cottage on
the property. Mr. Mallory is a miner
by trade, but la handy with tool
and ia doing the work himself. The
property lias a very good location and
will make a pretty home. Mr. Mai
lory states that the house will be for
rent, but as he is a young man, ai.d
iu tlio eligible list, his friends think
a tenant would get but a short ocvu
pancy of the house.
Cel. W. Johnson and his mother,
Mrs. Maty Johnson, are now oom
fortahly located in their new home
ou Fourth and F street'. In the flout
part of their new building they have
a fine store room and have a well
selected Block ot books, novels
candles, notions and stationery. Col,
Johnson Is city treasurer, whirl
position lie has held for the last eight
years. Adjoining the atote room he
has neatly fitted up an ofllce with a
disk aud a safe iu which to keep his
city bonks. The rear rooms of the
building are used by Mrs. Johnson for
V I L 1) K K V I L L K
Call for Coleatin Water.
Violin, etc., strings Courier Build
ing. Get your cedar posts ut 408 Second
W. H. Sherman Real Estate. Tele
Souveuir Post Cards Courier
Colored Post Cards S for S cents
Give your frleuds a Stage line the
Airtight Heaters for cold moroiuga
at Cramer Bros.
Clothes mended. Mrs. L. S. Holt,
118 Moss Street.
W. U Ireland, the Real Estate Mau,
lr. M. C. Findley tests eyes and
Bicycle Bella and Lamps at a dis
count at Paddock's.
If you want to get fish get your
tackle at Cramer Bros.
Coleatin Mineral Water ia best for
table use. DePuy sells it.
Go to Branch's Studio (Big Tent)
fur pictures and frames.
Cedar posts for sale at 408 Second
Jersey Cranberries, the good kiud.
White House Grocery.
W. B. Sherman Real Esti te and
Timber, Rooms tf aud 10 Masonic
Sweet Cider. CARSON'S
Peru and Tokav Uratiev.
Iuk at Model Drug Store.
Engraved Cards Conner Buildiug.
Pencils and Tablets at the Model
Puie Malt Pickling Vinegar-White
Asbestos Sad Irons, Cold handle
aud hot irou at Cramer Bros.
Whju you call for mineral water in
sist ou haviug Colestiu Water. All
dealers have it.
Eyes carefully tested aud glasses
fitted to correct auy defect of visiou
by Dr. W. F. Kreuier, Courier build
iug. Prices reasonable.
Universal Ureadmaker and Cako-
maker at Cramer Bros.
Maps of Oregon Washlntou and
California at the Music Store.
Three gnlliuis oil of Delphus Oil can
12.83 White House Grocery.
Corporation books, stock certificates
and (ells at the Courier ofllce.
See Voorhlea for Underwood Type
writers and Typewriter supplies.
You will always Bud matter of In
terest iu our classified ad column.
Dou'tlet them substitute but in
sist on Colestiu Water. All dealers
Timber claims. Homesteads. W.
B. Sherman, Rooms 10 and 12 Masoiic
Temple, Grants Pass Ore.
Colestin Mineral Water la pore and
healthful aud is the natural product of
the spring. ion should have It on
your table. For sale by the bottle or
case at DrPuy'a.
Protect yonr goata and sheep from
depredations of coyotes, cougats,
wildcats and other wild animals by
using Marsters Coyote Exterminator.
Warranted to killviitmiiits every time
and to hold Ita strength for a year. Is
a prepared paste that the smell of it
will at 1 1 act a coyote for a long dis
tance. Full directions with each can.
For tale at Rotetmund'a drug store,
Cold Winter's Winds
Will soon be asking, Have you bought your
Our stock comprises everything that good judgment and
long experience have taught is most desirable for this
climate. Not selected and bought for bargain sales,
bat adapted strictly for comfort and durability.
Trices are no higher than for the ordinary sorts.
Will be pleased to show you tho largest assortment in town.
SHOES FOR ALL
Come in and lot us give you a good FIT. We have
Shoes for big, little, old and young, and carry them in
such shapes and sizes as will enable, us to fit ALL feet.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE CROSSETT SHOE
Tho Famous Shoo for Women.
UTZ and DUNN
For Women and Children. Ono of America's moBt popular makes.
Youn Monky's Worth ou Your Money Back.
Cattle Ranch For Rent.
H30 acrca ou Bcveii-Mlle creek shoot
Ave in lien southwest from Fort
Klamath. Oregon. All fenced, house
large ham, ample water supply, will
cut about 80 tons wild hay. Address,
witli references, P. O. Hox No. U11H,
STAIH At Wimer on Saturday, Oc
tober 2H, to Mr. aud Mrs. E. Htaub,
WOOL FOLK In Grants Pasa nn Sat
crday. October 2H, ItMIi, to Mr. aud
Mrs. J. Vi. Woolfolk, a daughter.
CLARK At Wilderville.. Saturday,
October i!H, IWI5 to Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. (.Mark a son.
Agnea Dunrausnn, of Weber, Kan. ,
is visitiug her sister, Mrs. Hocking.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. George
Clark, October 2H, r.iu.'i a flue sou.
All parties doing well.
Bessie Martindale, of Grauts Pass,
made a short visit with her parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. Yancy JMcCollum.
A few young folks gathered at the
home of Frank Stevenson Ftiday
evening of last week in honor of their
daughter, Orpha'a lHth birthday. All
report haviug enjoyed themselves.
Brace Creed fell from a wagon a
few days ago and bruised his face up
Mill Take Up Dairying
L. W. Smith, who is merchant,
postmaster and village blacksmith at
Provolt, was in Grants Pass Wednes
day. Mr. Smith stated that business
was good on the App!eate and that
the farmers were busy with their fall
work, though retarded iu plowing by
the continued dry weather.
Beef, hay aud hops have been thi
chWf products of Applegate and
Williams vallies, but Mr. Smith says
that many of the farmers of bis
vicinity are giving mom attention to
dallying and that butter and cheese
will eventually be leading products of
tbe Applegate 'arms. The farmers
institute held at I'rovolt in September
by Dr. Withycombo and other pro
fessors from the State
Iiy Goodn, liUdieH tiiul Caont'H lurniwliiiit-t
St. Luke's Church.
The Holy Communion will be
celebrated Hunday morning, at the
10:4(1 service. The Suuday School
aud Bible olasa will meet at 13:15.
The regular monthly musical ser
vice will be held Sunday eveniug,
at7:!IO. Iu additinu to uiusio by
the vested choir, there will be solos
by Miss Mable White, Mr. W. A.
Newell, and Mr. Albert Coe.
You art cordially invited to attend
all the services.
Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic
pains yield to the penetrating in -fluenoe
of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penetrates to the nerves and boue
and beiug absorbed into the blood, its
healing properties are conveyed to
every part of the body, and effect
some wonderful cures. 2."io, f(, (l.tiO.
at Roteruiund'a aud Model Drug
A Disastrous Calamity.
It ia a disastrous calamity, when
you lose your health, because indiges
tion ami constipation have sapped it
away. Prompt relief can be had iu
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
build up your digestive organs, aud
cure headache, dlz.inesi, colic con
stipation, etc. Guaranteed at all
drug stores; 2c.
Newman M E. Church
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Class Meeting at 12- M.
Junior League at II P. M.
Kpwortli League attl:H()P,
Morning worship at II.
Kveuiug at ;.:io.
Topic of the morning sermon
bo" Woman," Kveunu " Who
tho Messed. "You are Invited.
CO. lieckmau, pastor.
There will be regular services at
the Cluistian ohurch next Lord's
Day, Nov,. 6th. Sunday School,
at 10 a. m; church servico at 11 a. m;
Junior Kudeavor at U p. m ; Christ
ian Kudeavnr at l :H() p in. The
morning subject ia "Our Oppor
tuuitiea. " The evening auhjecct ia
"Christianity's Monuments." There
will also be baptismal servioea.
GIGLF.R IIUIiKR At the home of
the bride'a pareuts, Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Huber in Grans Pan, on Wed
nesday. Noveuilier 1, I is 15, Andre
uigler and Miss Mary Huber, Judge
J, O. Booth, olliciatiug.
MellRIKT Y VALKN At the resi
dence of the bride's jiariiiita iu
Ink lima, on Wednesday, Octola-r 2a,
11105, Mr. M. J. McHriety and Mis
Mary Valen, Justice Meissner olli
ciatiug. Mr, McHriety is a son of Michael
Mclirlety a well known fanner of
Waldo and he Is au industrious young
man who, with hist bride, who is one
of Takilina's moit popular young
laities, will be cjuitu certain to make
a success in life.
MAST At the family home four
miles west of Grunts l'ass, on Tues
day, October HI, I '.Hi,',, Clara, the
5-year old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
The funeral services were held
Wedneday at Talent, where the
parents of Mrs. Mast reside. The lit
tle girl was ill for some time, and
Agiicultural almost fully regained her health, but
First National Bank of Southern Oregon
R. A. 1100T11, 1'res. J. (J. CAM 1'llKI.b, Vice l'rus. II. I,. UILKKY, Cashier.
Hurplua and LmllVHleu I'rollra
Iteeeivfl deposits subject tn check or nn certificate pavnhle on demand,
helis drsfls mi New York, tiiieH:o, Han Kranclseo, I'ortland and heattle
special facilities for making collections through nuuieruua curresondeiits
It. A. HOOTII, II C. KlNSSV, P. II. llABTII. JollS !). FSY,
J. T. Terrs, J. C, CMrLL, II. I.. Oilkiv.
Notice to Masons.
The board of trustees of tbe Graod
Lodge of Oregon A. F. and A. M-,
will meet In thla city Saturday, No
vember 1 AH members requested to
meet at th Temple at 7:30 p. m.
Work in M- M, degree. Visitors
By order ol .B. W. Biggs, W. M.
Complaint is made by those hold
ing hunter's licenses that there are
many persona hunting who have uo
license. The penalty for hunting
without a license is to f 100 fine
and by imprisonment ol five to 30
These liceuaes cH II to residents of
tbe state aud (10 to nou residents,
and they eipire on the Hist of Decem
ber of the year they are issued. They
are to be bad of county cleiks aud the
proceeds 'go to the state treaurer to
the credit of the game warden fund.
Of the flues ooe half goes to the in
former, who may be an iodividual or
an officer, other than game warden.
After the expenses of the action have
been paid to the county the reminder
of the floe goes to the state game
College gave the farmers new ideaa had a relapse. Monday Dr. Heard pro
as to the profitableness of keeping 1 nnuiiced ber trouble aplieudicilis aud
cowa am1 there is likelihood that j that afternoon lie and Dr. Van Dyke
there will t farmers who heretofore operated mi her, but the disease bad
have bought niuih of the butte' for ! so deeply affected her system that
their family use w ill take up dairying j there was no relief and the little girl
and have butter to sell. ' passed away Tuesday afternroii.
There will In a meeting of the
Junior Christian Endeavor Sunday at
II p. m. Leader, Hobart Gilflllao.
Notice the change if "Y" meet
ings gaturdsy evening instead of
Friday, in League rooms of Methodist
SOY AC SAXINO POWOtS CO., HIW YORK
Baptist Special Meetings.
A aeriea of Hunday even ins. sermous
to be illustrated by stereoplicou
views is to given at the First Baptist
church by the pastor, Kev. Joseph 11.
Travis, the dates and topics to be us
Oc tober 211 " Your Best Friend."
Noveuilier fi "The Most Interesting
November 12 Htblo Day eiercises
I by Bible school, i
November IU "The I'hysician Who
Never railed. "
Noveuilier 211 " Punished for An
other's Crime. "
December II " A Defeated Prince.
Hume phases in the life aud person
ality of Christ will be given II at will
interest all and be instructive and
helpful. Kev. Travis la one of the
most forceful pulpit orators of Grauts
Pass mid his sermons on these sub
jects will be well worth healing.
A cordial welcome is extended to
all and especially to strangers in the
city to attend. No reserved seats.
Hong service begins promptly at 7 -.10.
Church is located ou Heveutll and D
Services at St. Anne's Church
The new pastor of Ht. Anne a
Catholic church of this oity. Rev.
Nolker Minder of the Bniindictiuu Sn-
clnty, ia f i nm Mt. Angel and Portland,
where ho was connected ediioriully
with Ht. Joseph's Platz, a Guruinu
puhHcatloii with a cnsiimolitiiu
circulation of over liM). Fattier
Macdcr made his thtologloa! studies
III Rome, and ia a fluent linguist,
sfieaklng Kuglisli, Girmaii, llaiiau,
I renih aud Latin.
Morning services at Ht. Anne's it
7:H0a. in. every looming. Sundays
at III o'clock a. m. aud at 7 :!I0 p. in.
Hie ladiea of Ht. Anne's church
society reorganized last Sunday after
noon and elected officers for the ensu
ing year as follows: Mrs. Patterson,
president ; Mrs. Hhaska, vice-president;
Mrs Hchmidl, secretary aud
J. K. Hair, who receutly bought the
absiarct Isioks and business of C. 11.
Clements, who desired to devote his
entire time to hia law practice, has
this wtek purchased . A. H. Ham
moud's set of abstract books, plats.
to. Mr. Hair will consolidate the
two sets of abstract books aud have
hia office In the rooms in the Masonic
block, heretofore oceuiid by Mr.
Hammond. Mr. Hair is a careful,
competent man and he will dnutleaa
doa Profitable buslnesa. Mr. Ilani
uiond has not decldde on Ins plana for
the future, but he may locate in Pott
land, or some of the other larger cities
of the state.
SIM-CIAL UAHGAINS ON
Granite and Steel Enameled
Cook Stoves and Ranges
Ihiir-I!iiltll(' lliinhvitrc Co.
HOME of GOOD SHOES
liy oarryinj,' in stock various inukos of (iootl
Shoes, we aro enabled to tit any noimal tool.
The Stetson Shoe Co.
Kice & 1 1 u tch ins All Aiiicriciis
Strong it Garfield Co
Buckingham & lkcht Co.
Menominee Seamless Shoes for
Hilly Buster, steel bottom
Buckingham & llecht and Me
nominee Seamless fot Boys
Green Wheeler Shoe Co.
John H. Cross iiml
J.J. (irover & Sons,
The Crover shoe niaile specially
lor tender leet.
Juliets with rtiblier heels, and
Fleece lined shoes.
Moloney Bros, shoes for Misses
R. L. BARTLETT, sHr:rhd S" iJ.n.a;