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!H RaVpHv rtf IS M0R6E BASR Isil
I Graustark lH
the bit of paper which had fulleu from
licr hand. It wm the note from Karon
to Baldos, which Beverly bad forgotten
In the excitement of the encounter.
"Count Murium, iflve mc that pa
perl" demanded Beverly breuthlessly.
"la It a love letter? Perhaps It la
Intended for me. At any rate, your
highness, It la safe aftuliist my heart
for the time When we reach
the caiitle I ahall lie happy to restore
It It la safer with me. Come, we go
one way and- huve you not gone, air?"
In lila moHt Hiircustlc tone to tlie guard.
Beverly waa trembling.
"No, I have not, mid I ahall not go
until I see you oliey the command of
her highness. She haa asked you for
that piece of pner," snld Baldos,
standing Hiiuarely In front of Marlanx.
"lmtoleut dogl Do you mean to
"(Jive over that paper!"
"If you atrlke mo, fellow, It will
"If I atrlke you It will be to kill,
Count Murhiiix. The paper, air." Bal
do towered over the Iron Count, and
there waa danger lu bin daredevil voice.
"Surely, air, 1 inn but obeying your own
liiNtrurtlona. Troleet the prlneeaa and
II that la hera with your life,' you have
aald to me."
"Oh, I wIkIi you hadn't done thla,
Iialdoa!" r-rled Beverly, panic stricken.
"You have threutened my life. I
ahall nut forget It. fool! Mere la the
precious note, your highness, with my
condolenrea to the writer. Marlanx
pnaaed the note to her and then looked
triumphantly at the guard. "I dare
say you have done all yon ran, air. Io
you wlali to add anything more?"
"What -n n one do when dealing with
Ma superior and ItmM lilin a despicable
coward?" auld Bnldoa, with cool Irony.
"You are reputed to lie a brave boI
dler. I know that to be falae or I
would aak you to draw the sword you
carry and" He waa drawing hla
word aa he apoke.
"Iialdoa !" Implored Beverly. Her
evident concern Infuriated Marlanx.
In hla heart be knew Iialdoa to tie a
man of siierlor birth and a foemao
not to be deaplaed from hla own ata
tlon. Carried away by paaalon, he
Unified lila aword from Ha aheath.
"You hnv drawn on me, air," he
marled. "I muat defend myaeir
BKitlUHt even audi aa you. You will
And that I am uo coward. Time la
hort for your gallant lover, madam."
Before ahe could utter a wonl of pro
teat the hlndee had climbed, and they
were hungry for blood. It waa dark
In the shadows of the trees, and the trio
were quite alone with their tragedy.
Bho heard Iluldoa laugh recklessly In
ruapoiiae to Marlani'a cry of:
"Uh, the Hluinie of llgbtlng with aueh
carrion aa you!"
"Don't Jest at a time like thla, count,"
anld the guard aoftly. "nemember
that I bwe, no mutter wlilch wny It
gnea. If yon kill me 1 bwe, If I beat
you I lone. Keiiienitirr, you can still
have me xhul fur 1 1 ihii t r 1 1 itn t loit ami
"Slop;" nlmuM Blirlrked Beverly. At
the risk of personal Injury ahe rushed
between Hie two hh onlnincn. Until
drew back and dropped their points.
Not II dn.i'ii pnNNi'H had been imide.
"I beg your highness' pardon," limr
murel HaldoM, but lie did Hot nheiithe
"lie foreiil It upon me," cried Mur
hinx trluuipli:iiitly "You were wit
11. us to It all I Him a fool to let It go
n x far hi tin I'm up your aword uu
til another day If that day excr coinin
"lie III have j on Hhot for tllU,
Iialdoa," cried Beverly In her terror.
Bullion hllliihcil bitterly.
"Tl.xl mi. I lilliidfoldi d, too, your high-ii.-hm,
to pi .ve that he Ih a brave man
and not n cnwiird It wm short, but It
waa xwivl Would that you bad let
the play k mi i'lieie nv.i- a spice In
tt tliat made life worili living and death
worlh the d.Miig. Have y. ni oilier com
mauds for ti, e, your hnjlin.-ssV' IIm
liiiuiiier :i s,i cool and detluut that
ahe felt the team pr!ng to her eves.
"tMilv tliat you put up your sword
and end this miserable nlTalr by gnlr.g
to your your room."
"It Is puulshim-lit enough Toitior
row's exeeiitlon ran be no harder"
Marlanx bud been thinking nil this
time Into Ms hoiiI came the thrill of
triumph, the eoiiHelouiiiesH of a m'ghly
power He s:iv the ehanee to beneili
by the midden clash, and he wn not
alow to sele It
"Never fenr. my man " lie said e;ii
lly; "It won't . W l,.,d as t al I .-in
well afford t. oer..o our In. IN. iv
M 1 1
"You will always find me ready to
fight and to die for her," aald Baldos
gravely. "Do you think you can re
member that. Count Marlanx?"
"I have an excellent memory," aaJd
the count ateadlly. With a graceful
aahite to Beverly, Baldoa turned and
walked away lu the darkneaa.
"A perfect gentleman, Mlaa Calhoun,
but a wretched aoldler," aald Marlanx
"He la a hero," ahe aald quietly,
great calmnea coming over her. "Do
you mean It when you aay you are nof
going to have blm punished? II did
only what a man abould do, and I
glory In hla folly."
"I may aa well tell you point blank
that you alone can aave blm. He doea
not deserve leniency. It la In my pow
er and It la my province to have blm
utterly destroyed not only for thla
nlght'a work, but for other and better
reasons. I have positive proof that be
la a apy. He knows I bave thla proof.
That la why he would have killed me
Just now. It la for you to aay whether
be ahall uieet the fate of apy or go
unscathed. You bave but to exchange
promlsea with me, and the estimable
guardsman goea free-but he goes from
Edelweiss forever. Todny ho met the
enemy's scouts In the hills, aa you
know quite well. Messagea were ex
changed secretly, which you do not
know, of course. Before another day
la gone I expect to see the results of
bis treachery. There may be maulfea
tatlona tonight. You do nut believe
Die, but wait and see If I am not right
He Is one of Gabriel's cleverest aplea."
"I do not believe It You ahall not
accuse blm of such tilings," ahe cried.
"Besides, If he la a apy why should
you shield blm for my sake? Don't
you owe It to Graustark to expoao"
"Here la the princess," aald be se
renely. "Your highness," addressing
Yetlve, "Mlaa Calhoun haa a note
which she refuses to let any one read
but you. Now, my dear young lady,
you may give It directly Into the banda
of her highness."
Beverly gave him a look of acorn,
but without a aecoud'B hesitation
placed the missive lu Yetlve'a band.
The Iron fount's Jnw i!ropicd, and he
moistened Ids lips w ith his tongue two
or three times. Something told blm
that a valuable chance had gone.
"I shall lie only too happy to have
your highness read the result of my
first lesson lu the Graustiirk language,"
she said, smiling gayly upon the count.
Two men In uniform came rushing
up to the party manifestly excited. Sa
luting the general, both begun to apeak
"One nt a time." commanded the
count. "What Is It?"
Oilier otllcers of the guard and a few
iio'deinen from the castle came up,
out of breath.
"We have discerned signal tires lu
the bills, your excellency." said one of
the men from the fort "There is it
clrele of fires, ami they mean some
thing Important. Tor half an hour th -y
bave been burning near the monastery;
alsn In the valley below ami on the
mountains to the south."
There was an Instant of deathly si
lence, as If I he hearers tr,x a ite.l a crash,
Marlanx looked steadily at Beverly'
fine, ami she saw the triumphant, lie
cuslni; gleam In Ills eyes Helplessly
she stared Into the crowd of faces.
Her eyes fell upon llahlos. who slid
denlv appeared In the background His
fail wiiii- a hunted. Imploring look
The next Instant he disappeared iitnoiig
( HAITKlt NX.
IH'.lii: Is no time to l e lo.t."
exclaimed Count Marlanx.
"Ask Colonel l'lae to report
to in.- at the eastern imp-
with a detail of picked t"..opors a bun
dnsl of them I will meet I.!-u tl.cre 'ti
half an hour" He give other sharp,
imperative comm imls. and In the twin
kllng of III eye the peaceful Mtlllos
phere was transformed Into the turbu
lent, exciting ru-.li of a. tlx ity. The slg
tilth an '. the tires s, ,-:i lu the lulls
lonld n,.t i- ,-h. .i -lx h, Id Instant a.
Hon was demanded The city was till
isl w i',h Hie comm , u o' alarm; the
nrm was brought
Jerk that s- ,,-t:, ,1
I la- ti: st l! ,: g ,
: g l!i It I icli.
11-11 11. ( Ouil.l
'i over Bald
tested, but It
t al Marlanx
ox lo set a
s lie was
' II .t
it v. It
w is r .
r In, ar.
M l' :.in
o .- ,
purpose. Apart from the existence of
a strotig, healthy prejudice In the
guard's favor, what the old general be
lieved and wbut he could prove were
two distinct propositions. He was
crafty enough, however, to take advan
tage of a condition unknown to Bev
erly Calhoun, the Innocent cause of all
bis bitterness toward Baldoa.
As he bustened from the council
chamber his eyes swept the crowd of
eager, excited women In the grand ball.
Krom among inem ne
and advanced t.pon her without regard
for time and consequence. Despite her
animation he was keen enough to see 1
.. . . . . . is.. .tiA
From among them he picked Beverly
mar sue waa aoreiv iroumcu. u-w
not shrink from him, aa he bad half
expected, but met him with bold dis
dain In her eyes.
"Thla Is the work of your champion,"
he aald In tone that did not reach ears
other than ber own.
I prophesied It, ;
you must remember. Are you satisfied
now that you have been deceived In
"I have Implicit confidence In him. I
uppose you have ordered hla arrest?"
she asked, with quiet scorn.
"He la under survelllnnce, at my sug
gestion. For your anke, and yours
alone. I am giving him a chance He la
vour nroieite. xou are resiiouoium iui
bis conduct. To accuse him would be
to place you In an embarraBslng posi
tion. There la a sickening rumor In
court circles that you have more than
u merely kind and friendly Interest In
the rascal. If I believed that, Miss Cal
houn, I fear my heart could not be kind
to him, but I know It la not true. You
have a loftier love to give. He Is a
clever scoundrel, and there la no tell
ing how much harm he haa already
done to Graustark. Hla every move Is
to be watched and reported to me. It
will be Impossible for him to escape.
To save blm from the vengeance of the
army I am permitting him to remain In
your service, ostensibly at leiist. His
hours of duty have la-en changed, how
ever. Henceforth he Is in the night
guard, from midnight till dawn. I am
telling you this. Miss Calhoun, because
I want you to know that In spite of nil
the Indignity I have suffered you are
more to me than any other being In the
world, more to me even than my loyal
ty to Graustark. Do me the honor and
Justice to remember this. I have Buf
fered much for you. I am a rough,
hardened aoldler, and you bave mis
construed my devotion. Forgive the
harsh words my passion tuny bave In
spired. Farewell! I must off to undo
the damage we all lay at the door of
the man you and I are protecting."
He was too wise to give ber the
chance to reply. A moment later he
waa mounted and off for the eastern
gates, there to direct the movements of
Colonel Braze ami his scouts. Beverly
flew at once to Yetlve with her plea for
llaldos. She was confronted by a
rather solier faced aoverelgu. The
news of the hour xvas not comforting
to the princess mid her ministers.
"You don't believe he Is a spy?" cried
Beverly, stopping Just Inside the door,
presuming Hellishly that Baldos alone
was the cause for worry. She resolved
to tell Yetlve of the conflict In tho
"Dear me. Beverly, I nm not think
ing of him. We've illseuss.il him joint
ly and severally ninl every other way.
Hid he has bis-u settled for tin- time
being. You lire the only one who Is
thinking of blm, my dear child. We
have weightier tilings to annoy us."
"( ok wlness. how you talk! lie Isn't
iiinojlng Oh, forgivi Yetive. for
i I am the sllll.'-t. a. hlle pate.'.est g,ios(.
Ill (lie king. 1. uu! And von are . troii-
' hl.-il. But do you know that he Is be
j lug watched? They sus i him. So I
1 did I at tlr-l : I'll a.lm.t It. But I
don't now. Have you read the note
j I gave to you out there';"
"Yes, dear. It's JIM ns expected.
lie has known from the beg.uuiug. '
1 He knew when he caught Dagnnir and !
i me spying behind that abominable
curtain. But don't worry me any long !
! er about him, pleas,-. Wait here with i
tin- until we have reports from the
I troops. 1 shall not sleep until I know -what
those iln-s meant l .c j.. -, llaldos
for an hour or two for my sake"
"Yon dear old princess; I'm an awful
brute, sure 'noiigli I'll f.e-g -t Inni for
ever for otir sake. It w.m't be hard
either. He's just a mere guard. Pooh!
He's no prince."
Whereupon, reviiforied by Mrs. An
guMi and the Countess H:i!f.eit. she
ptM.-eisl.-d to devote In -r.e!f to the task
( i-i,itig and m:-,.i.,.i i,.c d:M r.-ssed
princess while ih,. si..;i,.-s of Crau
s: ar', i aus.-i, i,,., Hi,, n ci; n . ,;, -Hie
hUlit passed, and the lievl day was far
on its way to sunset before the scouts
came In with ti.lmgs ,, it-,,,. ,.f tile
li. i slerlous signalers had been found.
" 1 udders
-k in iniles
uu i ailing.
r--.;:; I I'll.,
!- ' I beet.
s -1 :,- ,.f
' ' t. --if er
;. .'i the
; ' threat
1 ; ly i 1 j r
I : - 'of a
- t op to
1. ' ..- tires
la!., -s w;ls
- '. ' a st!y b
t ' was
. ; it the
- ell tl stra:;
I but Wl
si xv 1
' -1 '
QEOQN. FEBRUARY 1,
rated squads of robbers. .11 onng
to one band. My friends and I cm
more than one occasion narrowly es
caped disaster by prying Into the .f
fa rs of these signaler. I take It that
the squads have been operating In the
south and were brought together a
night by means of the fires.
they have some big project of their
own sort on foot."
That night the city looked for a rep
etition of the fires, but the mountain.
. ...... , ,il- till dawn. ord
reached the castle la te I u
from Uanlook that an fj5'
bleman and his fo '
x.-.iin-ols the next day. The visit xx.
- . i.,u.rtunt one. 1 tie
a rrienuiy vu n" h..i-
nobleman waa no other than the young
Duke of Mlxrox. Intimate friend of the
unfortunate l'rlnce Lorenx who met
his death at the hand of Prince Ga-
. i n tiiA rxo rr v
brlel and waa the leauer o.
which opiiosea me xeui;.... "" "
I'rlncess Volga. His arrival In Edel
weiss waa awaited with deep anxiety,
for It waa ausiiected that his news
would lie of the most Important char-
c,t'r- , i
Beverly Calhoun sat on the balcony
with the prlticess long after midnight
I . 1.1. i. -iili tho elouds or
u ne say was ...
heavy with foreboding silence. Twice
from their darkened corner near the
pillar they saw BaldoB as he paceu
steadily past the castle on patrol, with
Huddan at his side. Dreamily the
watchers In the cool balcony looked
down upon the somber pnrk and Its
occasional guardsman. Neither waa In
the mood to talk. As they rose at last
to go to their rooms something whizzed
through the air and dropped with a
slight thud In the renter of the balcony.
The two voting women started back In
alarm. A faint light from Beverly's
w indow filtered across the stone floor.
"Don't touch It. Beverly!" cried the
princess as the girl started forward
with an eager exclamation. But Ber
erly had been thinking of the very ob
ject that now quivered liefore her in
the dull light, saucy, aggressive and
Jaunty ns It was tho night when ahe
saw it for the first time.
A long, slim red feather bobbed to
and fro as If saluting her with soldierly
fidelity. Its base xvas an orange. Into
which It had ls-eu stuck by the hand
that tossed It from below. Beverly
grasped It with more ecstasy than wis
dom and then rushed to the stone rail
ing. Yetlve looking on In amazement.
Diligently she searched the ground lie
low for 'he man who had sent the red
message, but he was nowhere in sight.
Then came the sudden realization that
she was revealing n most uumaldeuly
eagerness, to lilin as well as to the
prim-ess, for she did not doubt that he
was watching from the shadows be
low. She withdrew from the rail In
confusion and fled to her bedchamber,
followed by ber curious companion.
There were explanations noue of
f : 1 V-1, U
"i.oi'f foiieh ft, lil-irli"
which Sinn -I; sietiker or listener as log
' leal and there were giggles xvhich
complete!)- simplified the situation.
Beverly thrust the slim iisl feather
Into ber hair and struck an attitude
that would have set Baldos wild with
Joy If he could have seen It. The next
day. when she appeared in the park, the
feather sbi.xl up defiantly from the
baud of b. r sailor bat. though woman
ly perversetiess Impelled her to Ignore
Baldos when he passed heron his way
The Duke of Mlzrox came into the
city hours after the time set for his ar
rival. It was quite dark when the es
cort sent by Colonel t,iulmiox drew up
at the castle gales with the visitor.
The duke and his party had been rob
bed by brigands in the broad daylight
and at a point not more than live miles
from F.deiweiss! .nd thus the mystery
of the signal fires was explained. Count
Marlanx did not soon forget the trium
phant look lie received from Beverly
Calhoun when the duke's misfortunes
were nt, mumpsd. shameless as it may
s.s-m. sin- rejoiced exceedingly over the
Sets of the robbers.
M r.. aiitioimeed to the princess
and h.-r fiiends that he was not an
emissary from t!u. xpliahiluu govern
la. -nt. Instead l.e was but little less
t'-.tu a fngd.ve from the xvrath of
oiga and the or..w ii adherents, vAr.
r in t.n- week he had been siunmou
! bet'..-,- ,,ga :1ii,l Informed that his
r "r f"w mouths at least,
' :! - prin.-;;. 1 1 ; t x- was de-iinbie.
!: ' " nll.iw.sl him ,.f s,..
- ' ' - t!:.- :.tr.x w hi, h he d.-slrl to
,! t!l:" P-'i'i-'d, and l.c evs.'.ly
1 -"ails'. irk. lie was known to
rV emlh feelings fr ,a, st,lI(,
no o'Je.tions were raised Th's
,' ; '":1' '- sx'. o 1.!:.. a welcuiie in
u-hvciss. M.zim. plainly stated his'
r- j i , s-v. j r in
. . . ! , min
nosition to Yetive
imi ine iouir
...i-u.l for in'1
oteetlon. but oe-
C-K'l- UU- a ,
. . - I ...IV
'-'ico ,l" r This
OI me i"-"" "
reluctance to become a train..
be was not in "
llU sovereign, was respected b) tiu
,'ncess. lie announced
!,ess to take up anus against IMw
i.rgcn. but would In no way nntag-i-nie
xphalu from an enemy a camp.
The duke admitted that the feeling
lv bitter toward niuui-.,... --
old time xvar
pint had not meti uow ...
A.xpha!n despised Her l8
I mav as well Inform your highness,
tint the regent holds another and a
., ...l-e niralnst GraustarU. be
Pil,l In the audience chamber, where
., ,... s,.mhled many of the nobles of
H,e state, late on the night of his ar
......i -sit,., insists that you are bar
,i shielding the pretend
er to our throne. Prince Frederic. It
U known that he is lu Graustark. nud.
Moreover. It Is asserted that he Is In
t lon. h with vour government
Yetive and her companions looked at
,.t h.-r with glances of compre
; He spoke In English ""
..... i nt of Beverly Cnllntm. an m
, snectalor. who felt her heart
.. . ... . a..-irti, t.iir. violent
leap suciueniy aim ""j
o!liin!r could be more ridiculom."
. .i.i x ..ii, ,. after n nauso. "We do not
I ,,..'-, i i.- ami we are not bur
.... I, an."
"1 am only saying what Is believed
,n i... true bv Axnbain. your highness.
It Is reported that he Joined you In the
mountains in .lune and since has held
..osition of trust In your army.
"Woi'Jd vou know Prince Frederic if
vou were 'to see him?" quietly asked
"I have not seen him since be was a
11 Isiv and then but for a mo
ment-on the day when he aid his
mother were driven through the streets
on their way to exile.
"We have a new mnn In the castle
guard, and tbcre Is a mystery attached
to him. Would you mind looking at
him nud telling us If he Is what Fred
eric might be In his manhood?" Lorry
put the question, and every one pres-
est drew a deep ta-eath of Interest,
Mlzrox readily conseuted, and Bal
dos, Intercepted on his rounds, was led
unsuspecting Into an outer chamber.
The duke, accompanied by Lorry and
llarou Daugloss, eutered the room,
They were gone from the assemblage
but a few minutes, returning with
smiles of uucertalnty on their faces.
"It Is Impossible, your highness, for
mc to say whether or not It Is Fred
eric," said the duke frankly. "He is
what I imagine the pretender might
be at his age, but It would be sheer
lollv for me to apeculute. I do not
know the man."
Beverly squeezed the Countess Dog-
mar's arm convulsively
"Hurrah!" she whispered In great re
lief. Dagmar looked at her lu aston
ishment. She could not fathom the
"They have been keeping an Inces
sunt watch over the home of Frederic
cousin. He is to marry ber when the
time Is nronltlous." volunteered the
young duke. "She Is the most beau
tlful girl In Axpbnln. and the family
Is one of the wealthiest. Her parents
bitterly oppose the match. They were
to have been secretly married some
months ago. and there Is a rumor to
the effirt that they did succeed
evading the vigilance of her people.
"You mean that they may be mar
ried?" asked Yetlve, casting a quick
glance at Beverly.
"It Is not Improbable, your highness,
lie is known to be u daring young fel
low, and be has never failed in a siege
t raiud the heart of woman. Iteport
lit; it tliat lie Is the most invincible
'.illiario tliat ever donned love's nr
.: :-." Bevi-rlv xvus conscious of fur
: ve ganciM In her direction, and
,i id pink slole Into her temples. "Our
. .g live princes me lucky lu neillie
. ive nor war." went on the duke. "Poor
;:ititau. who Is biding from Gabriel. I
betrothed to the daughter of the pres
ent prime minister of Dawsbergeti, the
beautiful lolanda. I have seen her.
She Is glorious, your highness."
"I, too, have wen her," said Y'etlve,
more gravely than she thought. "The
report of their betrothal Is true, then?"
"Tils sudden overthrow prevented the
nuptials which were to have take
place In a mouth had not Gabriel re
turned. Her father, the Duke of Matz.
wisely accepted the inevitable and be
came pri ne minister to Gabriel. Ioltin
it I; said, remain true to hltu nud
sends messages to him as he wanders
lliroug'i the in unit tins."
l.over ys t lind Instantly reverted to
he c .uf.Msioiis f Baldos He had ad
mute.i the s-n.l.ng and receiving of
mtisar,'.-s tin-nigh Franz. Try ns she
would, she e -. ii I u t .!.-ive the thought
itom Her mind that he was Dantan,
a-.iu now (lime the i:istrcssnr fear that
Ins stvrot messages were words
ir.'in lolan.la. The audience last
. -. i.ii,- in uu- ingnt, nut she was
so occupied with h.-r own thoughts that
sue Knew- of but little that transpired.
or one tiling she xvas sure. She could
not go to sleep that night
HE next morning Aunt Fanny
had a hard time of It. Her
mistress was petulant; there
was no sunshine In the hriebt
August day as It appeared to her. To
ward dawn, after she had counted
many millions of black sheep Jumping
backward over a fence, site had fallen
asleep. Aimt Fauny obeyed her Usual
Instructions on this luckless morning.
It xvas Beverly's rule to be called ev
ery morning at T o'clock. But how
C. FINDLHY, M.D.
t-ractica limited t0
KYE, EAR, NOSE and THRn..
Glasses fitted and furnl.v,
ifTioa hours 9 to 12: 2 to 5:
pointmeut. Telephones 281 anij 5
Ghauts r"Ass, .
)R. J. C. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGE0S
Phones, OfJIoe 365; Rut 1045
Reeidenoe cor. 7th and D strteU.
Offloe at National Drug Slora
DUin I Ann, .
- T, . .
)R. W. F. KREMER
PHYSICIAN AND 8DRGE0M
Offloe in Courier Building.
Offloe phone 911, residence 413
Eye tested and glasses fitted '
UBAWTSrABS, ... (w..
ge LOUGHRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEOK1
Res Phone 714
jny or country caus attendxt i.vJ
or day. Sixth and H, Tuff's bufldfi,,!
Grants Pass - . o.i
Children & Cmjmrmtnt
Uutel a opciaity .
CLARA BASHAW, D. 0
ANNETTA BfiCKWITH, D.O.
602 D Street
Grants Pass, . . OiJ
Graduates of Americtn School of rJ
leopatny, nirxsvuie, mo.
gDWARD H. WHITE,
DOCTOR OF DENTAL
Office Hours 8 to 12; 1 to 6
Office oyer First National Bank
Grants Pass, - - Orbooi
L B. HALL
UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AND LICKN8BD EMBALK11.
orth 6th st., near Court Hons.
Offloe Phoae 761, Res. PkoM 711
isRAXTi Pass, OusoJ
J, D. NORTON,
Praotloa la all 6tateaad Federal Oowd
Offlce la Opera Houaa BaTialaf.
baktb Pass, . Omm
t C. HOUGH,
ATTORN t Y-AT-La W,
Practioes ia all State and rderalUoiirl
Offloe over Hair-Riddle HerdwrCl
QLIVER & BROWN,
Offloe, upstairs, City Hall.
J. H. AUSTIN,
II. B. IIENDRICKS
Civil and criminal matters atUndidi
in all the courts.
Real estate and Insuraace.
Office, 6th street, opposite Poitofflci
WILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
6th St., north of Josephine Hotel.
ubants Pars, - . OsieoJ
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. tracl
Turning, Scroll Work, Stair Work, Bto
s-awing.CJabinet Work, Wood Pnllivi, b'
Ftimg and eumming, Kepatrlnn all kind
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done
On Sixth Street Three cbaH
Bath Room in connection
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVER
Furniture and Plnnn
GRANTS PASS, ORE90N
Palace Barber Shop
NATE BATES, Prop.
Shaving, JJair Cutting
13a ths, Etc.
Ererjthlng nest and clean snd '