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i Beverly of
fait- In tlii'iu. Iter linml touched his
cheek, ninl bo kissed Its palm analn
mid attain, his wet IlpK hUiikIiik her
blood to the tips of her toes.
"Go away, please," bIio Implored
faintly. "Don't you nee thnt you iiiuhI
not atny here now?"
"A rose, my princess one roue to
kiss all through the long night," he
" should die if any one kiui you here."
whispered. She could feel tils eye
burning Into her heart. With trem
bling, hurried finger she toru loose a
lose, lie could not 'seize It with hli
hand liecause of the poult Ion ho held,
ad she laughed tantiilUlngly. Tlien
lie kissed It first and preHHi'd It against.
Ill mouth. 1 1 1 M lips and teeth cloned
OTer tha atem, and the rose wna III.
"Tliere are thoniH," alio whispered
er ao aoftly.
"They aro the rlehe of the poor," he
Biunnuroil, will) dlfllculty, but alia un
"Now, go," "he mild, drawing, reso
lutely away. An Instant later Irla head
llanpicarcd below the mil. I'eerlng
over the aide, hIi m hla figure spring
ally to the grbund, and then came the
rapid, steady trnuip iih he went away
on hi dreary pit I ml.
"I couldn't help It," iilie was whisper
ing to lierrndf between Joy and shame.
Glnnrlng Instinctively out toward the
solitary lump, alio uw two men atand
liHC In It UkIiI. One of thuu wa (ton
em 1 Murium; the other atie knew to
be tho spy thnt wutrlied Ilsldoa. Her
benrt anuk like lend wlien ihe aw
tliat the two were peering Intently to
ward the blncony where ahe itood and
where Iluldo hud elun$ out a moment
'.' CIIAITKK XXII.
- HE Mlinink tuii'k with n (rrent
ilreail In hi'r lit-nrt. Marlanx,
J of nil men! Why was lie In the
pink lit IIiIm hour of the night?
There could lie but one answer, mid
the very tlioiiejil of It nluiost Hiiffornt
ed her. lie wim dinning tlx net wltli
IiIh iiivii IiiiiiiIh. be was Hpyltn: with Ills
own eyes. I'or full luliiute It Heemed
to her Hint her benrt would top heat
lng. How Ioiil' Iniil In' bi'i'ii Htnndliu
tbereV What bail be wen or heard?
Involuntarily she peered over the rail
for a glimpse of Haldol, lie had gone
out lulo the darkness, missing the men
at the lamp post either by rlmlee or
through pure good fortune .V Hindi of
thankfulness assailed brr heart She
was not thinking of her position, but
Again Hhe drew Htealthlly uway from
the mil, HMWNwd of n rldti'iiloui feel
lug that her form wan iih plain to tlie
Vtidnu at If It were broad daylight. The
trend of n man Impelled her to glance
below onee more before tleelng to her
room Mai lain was eoiumg toward
(he veranda She tied swiffh. pausing
at the window to lower the fneudl)
but forgotten umhrella. I'roiu below
mine the sibilant liiss of n mnn -ee,
lug t.i attract her intention Once more
he Mopped to listen The"lllt!" was
reeated. and then her own name
called Hoftly, but Imperatively. It una
beyond the power of woman to keep
from lunching It slnn k her im liv
lutlbly funny that Ihe Iron Count
fhoiihl be standing out there hi the
rain. signaling t . her like a lowoek
ttoy I luce Hhe was Inside, howewT, It
did not hviii no uimMiig Still. It gave
her mi linn e amount of satisfaction
to slam the windows loudh ns If In
pure di'fliiiuv. Then she closed the
blinds, abutting out the n;ght com
Turning up the l.gl.t at ber dress ;t,.;
table, she sat down hi a stale of so, I
den collapse. Tor a lone, t'tue s ;(.
tared at In-i
aw the r"d
rnetil t u 1 1 1 . 1
he co ered I
f s!, ,. ... ., ,
t ' her i !., ,
. r t e - w i i
a f.sd ,ci'
slfiklng f : ,
an a- i i. soi
led for b.sl
s e ,s , ;
,'.c l-er face !
a If It wc
t ie lu and
AnHr ! "CrMuUrk"
a shocking thought came to her. The
next Instant she was at the window,
and the slats were closed with a rattle
like a volley of flreurms. Then she
Jumped Into bed. She wondered If the
windows were locked. Out she sprang
again like a flush, and ber little bare
feet scurried acros the room, first to
the windows and then to the door.
"Now I reckon I'm safe," she mur
mured a moment Inter, again getting
into bed. "I love to go to sleep with
the rain pattering outalde like that
Oh, dear, I'm so sorry he has to walk
all night In this rain. I'oor fellow! I
wonder where be Is now. Goodness!
It' raining cats and dogs!"
It ut in spite of the ruin she could not
go to sleep. Vague fears begun to take
possession of her. Something dreadful
told her that Count Murium was on
the balcony and at her window, not
withstanding the raluiKiur. The fear
became oppressive, maddening. She
felt the mun's presence almost as
strongly as If he were in plain view.
He wus tliere; she knew It.
The little revolver thnt bad served ber
ao valiantly at the inn of the Hawk
and Haven, lay upon a stool near the;
bedside every night. Consumed by the
fear that the window might open slow
ly at any moment she reached forth
nnd clutched the weapon. Then she
shrunk back In the lK-d, her eyes fixed
upon the black space ucross the room.
For hour she shivered and waited for
the window to oen, dozing away time
and again, only to come back to wake
fulness with a start.
The uext morning she confessed to
herself that her fears had liecn silly.
Her first act after breakfasting alone
lu her room was to Reek out Colonel
Quliinox, commander of the castle
guard. In her mind she was greatly
troubled over the fate of the bold
visitor of the night before. Tliere wa
a warm, red glow In her face and a
quick heat III her henrt u she crossed
tho parade ground. Vagabond though
he was he had conquered where prince
bad failed. Her tx'tter Judgment told
ber Unit she could be nothing to till
debonair knight of the road, yet ber
benrt stubbornly resisted all the argu
ments Hint her reason put forth.
Colonel Quliinox was pleasant, but
be could give Beverly no promise of
leniency lu regard to llnldos. Instruc
tions had come to him from (ienerul
Murium, and he could not set them
aside at will. Her plea that he might
once more lie assigned to old time
duties found the colonel regretfully ob
durate, llnldos could not ride with her
again until Marhinx withdrew the or
der which now obtained. Beverly swal
lowed her pride and resentment diplo
matically, smiled her sweetest upon
the illmri-xstsl colonel and inarched dc
llantly back to the castle. lown In her
rebellious, Insulted heart she wa cou
rocttug nil sorts of plans for revenge.
Chief among them was the terrible
overthrow of the Iron Count. Her wide
scope of vengeance even contemplated
the destruction of (Irmistark If her end
could I htalned In no oilier way.
I'ull of these bittersweet thoughts,
ihe e.itne to tin castle doors before she
-aw who was waiting for ber upon the
great veranda. As she moimdsl the
slops, n preoccupied frown upon her
fair I. row. General Marlanx. lean, craf
ty and eouildeut, ndvancisl to greet ber.
I'lii' early hour was responsible for the
bl ight solitude which marked the place
I'll! few siis of life were lu evidence
about the castle
She stopped with a sharp evclama
tlnii of surprise. Then scorn and hulig
mi l Ion nHicd In to till the place of as
loiiNhment She faced the Mulling old
mail with anger In her eyes.
be said. ( Mending
! . hand. x ''( h she did net
was on.lcil,,g how much he had -and
lie i:i at n.i,,in.;!.l
"1 thoitL'lit be t r. n . , were lias
ibis morning," lu. ..aid co:dl. "1'
jou mass too':"
"There Is tun oiigh f ,r that.
dear. I en me to : e a t ilk willij,
111 nn ate," lie said me.-inmglv
"It is slitln !cnll 1 ;- ate I.. : .'. ( ',
Mallam What line mi to say
I w ant to talk ah..,;t l.i
w ere 1 1 y re, klcs to i
then - '
e n-hcl v
c.ilo i. s .a
' 'or s
at last i
h's kill me be ,. ,. ;l (1 ..
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; stark? Answer me, Mhss Calhoun."
' IWerly drew back in horror and le
"Into my room?" she gasped. i
"U-t us waste no time In subter-1
i ftige. I saw him come from your win-:
(low. and I saw all that passed between
you In the balcony. Love's eyes are
keen. What occurred In your chamls-r i
I can only"
j "Stop! How dare you say such a'
' thin-,' to me?" she ticn-ely cried. "You
! miserable coward! You know he was;
j not In my room. Take It back take'
; back every word of thut lie!" Shej
j was white with passion, cold with ter-j
I "Hah: This Is childish. I am not i
the only one who saw him, my dear, j
He was lii vour room -you were In hisi
. . . . . ':
HI'IUH, It s jiHflcss to tleny 11. ahu iu(
think that I have spared him from
death to have It come to this! You
need not look mo horrified. Your Re-
cret Is safe with me. I come to make
terms with yon. My silence In ex-j
change for your beauty. It's worth It
to you. One word from me, you are
disgraced nnd Haldos dies. Come, my
fair lady, give me your promise. It's
a good bargain for Isitli."
Beverly was trembling like a leaf.
Tills phase of his villainy had not oc
curred to tier. Hhe was like a bird try
ing to nvold the charmed eye of the
"Oil, you you miserable wretch!"
she cried, bourse with anger and de
spair. "What u cur you are! Yon
know you are not speaking the truth.
How can you say such things to me?
I have never wronged you" She was
almost In tears, Impotent with shame
"It has Is'i'ii n pretty game of love
for you and the excellent Haldos. You
have dei-elsed those who love you best
and trust you most. What will the
princess sav when she hears of last
night's merry escapade? What will
she say when she learns who was host
ess to u common guardsman at the
midnight hour? It Is no wonder that
you look terrltled. It Is for you to
say whether she Is to know or not.
You can bind me to silence. You have
lost Haldos. Take me and all that I
can give you In his stead, and the
world never shall know the truth. You
love him, I know, and there Is but one
way to save him. Say the word and
he goes free to the hills; decline and
his life Is not worth a breath of air."
"And pretending to believe tbl of
Die, you still ask me to he your wife.
What kind of a man are you?" she de
manded, scarcely able to speak.
"My wife?" be said harshly. "Oh,
no. Yon are not the wife of Haldos,"
be added significantly.
"Heavens!" gasped Beverly, crush
ed by the brutality of It all. "I would
sooner die. Would to heaven my fa
ther were here. He would shoot you
as be would a dog! Oh, bow I loathe
you! Don't you try to atop me! I
shall go to the princess myself. She
shall know what manner of beast you
Hhe wa racing up the steps, flaming
with anger and shame.
"Heuieinber, I can prove what I have
said. Beware what you do. I love you
so much that I now ask you to become
my wife. Think well over It. Your
honor and his life! It rests w ith you,"
he cried eagerly, following her to the
"You disgusting old fool," she hissed,
turning upon him as she pulled the
big brass knocker on the disir.
"I must have my answer tonight or
you know what will happen," he snarl
ed, but he felt In his henrt tlmt he had
lost through his eagerness.
She (lew to Yetlve's boudoir, consum
ed by nige nnd mortitlcatlo'i. Between
Sobs and feminine maledictions she
poured the whole story, ill all Its ugli
ness. Into the ears of the princess.
"Now. Yetlve. you have to stand by
me in this," amiounced the narrator
conclusively, ber eyes beaming hoie
fully through her tears.
"1 cannot prevent General Marhinx
from preferring serious charges against
Balilos, dear. I know he was not In
your room Inst night. You did not
have to tell me that, because I saw
you litl( at the balcony rail." ltever
l, s lace tool; on sue
h a radiant look of
rejoicing that Voth
for the surprising i
know lodgment of n
was atriply paid
il gratifying ae
second period of
eavesdropping. "Vou may depend up
on me to protect j,m from Marlaux.
He can make it cry uni.lcasaiit for
B.ildos. but In- shall pay dearly for tlit
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vou know. You see, for a Ions, long
time I fancied he might be a prince,
but he Isn't at all. I've had his word
for it. He's Just nn ordinary person,
like -like -well, like I am, only he
doesn't look so ordinary. Isn't he hand
some, Vetive? And. dear me, he is so
impulsive! If he had asked me to
Jump over the balcony rail with him
last night I believe I would have done
It. Wouldn't that have surprised old
Marlanx';" Reverly pave a merry
laugh. The troubles of the morning
seemed to fade away under the warmth
of her humor. Yetlve sat back nnd
marveled at the manner in which this
blithe young American cast out the
"You must not do anything foolish,
Beverly," she cautioned. lour par-
... ...... l.l foirli-o mo If T al-
ran . - - - ---
lowed you to marry or eveu to fall in
love with any Tom, Pick or Harry
over Here, rsamos may ne wc (saont.
holiest gentleman we believe
be, but he also may be the worst of ad
venturers. One can never tell, dear.
I wish now that I had nat humored
you In your plan to bring him to the
castle. I'm afraid I have done wrong.
Y'ou have seen too much of him, and
oil, well, you will be sensible, won't
you, dear?" There was real concern In
the face of the princess. Beverly kissed
"Don't worry about me, Yetlve. I
know how to take care of myself. Wor
ry about your old Gabriel, If you like,
but don't bother your head about me,"
she cried airily. "Now let's talk about
the wnr. Marlnux won't do anything
until be hears from me. What's the
Nightfall brought General Marlanx lu
from the camps outside the gates. He
Jut her hand icon pointing to the door.
came direct to the castle and boldly
sent word to Beverly that he must
speak to her nt once. She promptly an
swensl that she did not want to see
him and would not. Without a mo
ment's hesitation he appealed for audi
ence with the princess, and It wa
He proceeded, with irate coolness, to
ask how fur she believed herself bound
to protect the person of Haldos. the
guard, lie understood that she was un
der certain obligatious to Miss Cal
houn, nnd he wanted to be perfectly
sure of his positlou before taking a
step which now seemed Imperative.
Bahlos was a spy lu the employ of
Dawsbergen. He linil sufficient proof
to warrant his arrest nml execution;
thoru were documents nnd there was
positive knowledge that lie bad con
ferred with strangers from time to
time, even w Ithin the walls of the can
tie grounds. Marlanx cited instances
lu which Balilos bad been seen talking
to n strnuge old man Inside the grounds,
and professed to have proof that he
bad gone so far as to steal away by
night to meet men beyond the city
walls. He was now ready to seize the
guard, but would lint do so until he
had conferred with his sovereign.
"Miss Calhoun tells me that you have
made certain proposals to her, Count
Marlanx." naid Yetive coldly, her eyes
upon his hawkish face.
"I have asked her to be my wife,
"You have threatened her, Count
"She has exposed herself to you? I
would not have told what I saw Inst
"Wciild it Interest you to know that
1 saw .ncrythiug that passed on the
balcony last eight 7 You will allow
me to say. general, that you have be
haved In a most outrageous manner In
iippro.i. h.ug my guest with such fool
pr..' osals. Stop, sir! She has told me
even thing, and I believe ber. I be
lie e lay own eyes. There is no ni ed
to discuss the matter further. You
l:ao lost the rUht to be called a man.
For the prr
the present 1 have only to say that
-hall l.e relieved of the command
;v army. The 1:1:1:1 who makes
Oil W.'tllell IS
ii" tit to serve one.
'or Haldos. you
r the 1 halves.
are at liberty to
He shall have a
fair trial, rest ;i..itri.."
"V.'i:r lo.li s. hear me," implored
Ma:i ,i'. wis t,, to ti,, r..fs of his hair.
"1 w ".! he i'- w !. at y,,u have to say
wh.ea i- v husband is at t;,y side."
"1 e.i'i but 'acd Cotidenined, then.
liuess ithont a hearing. Mv
' :o to contrive
Y 01 may de:..so
k f.ie t 1 negli't
t S s-
Hie. : :; y,e,; . 1 ;:
my .1 a' y to 1 Iran
save l;;ni for M
Hut her hand wa
Ten minutes la
'ark. I have tried to
ss 1 'alhoun's sake"
i'i:it:!ig t the d.xir.
or lie er'v was hear
"Villi!!!.- fr,,, (), i,, of ,,K,
- ;t 1 Maria: x w,. , url: 1:
ward th- barracks, wneaneo
Pi his heart. But a swin u. e
f,., the castle reached the pinrdroom
...! of him. Colonel Qnlnnox was
I.,,..,'! ,- ail offlcial note from the prin
,.,'ss' -.v' oo Marians strode angrily Into
t'i room. ,
"I'.!-;!!:; t':'n follow ''
Coio'od quimiox." he sail!
1 r :i-(-' to yy t!i
b it til's
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s 1 .'1 ' '
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, ;' ' Q i:i to ; St! T-,i-::i.,
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, pi.-orant t'i-t:i"
t'v. b o'.-s 1 1 t!)e 1'is--
ire says I it::- to i!is
r.atid yo.i inny pive
1 c:- I'
,.. (. l-i-m ,
c- or'.'iehv s.
i:- :. This 1
a I'd :"!' ''II!
1. .r nof'c
; Ml I ed; it-ritzed and stun
t'.'s t'l'i'-ture Balilos e'.itered
(itiinti i handed -him an en-
(!. )ie. tc
.Ming him that It v.:v rrrn
I'.,, pv'.i'.ceits unit linn lie was 10 ic
at o'ce t the castle. Baldos glanced
t the liandwrltitiR. and his face lit up
"I :mi ready to k i. sir." he said. P'iss
Ina the Iron Count with a tmist discon
certing smile on his face. , ,
I. DOS startifd off at once for
the castle, his heart simr'ng.
In the darkness of t'.ie night
l. i-issed the message which
bail come to him rrom "her highness."
The envelope had been closed with the
oiUcial seal of Yetive. princess of
Graustark. and was sacred to the eyes
of any one save the man to whom It
was directed. The words it contained
were burned deep In his brain:
You nre ordered lo report for duty in
the castle. Come nt once. Her highness
has sent an ofllclid command to Colonel
Qnlnnox. Count Marlanx has been here.
Vou nre not expected to desert until you
have seen me. There Is an underground
passage somewhere. B.
Balilos went alone and swiftly. The
note to Colonel yuinnox bad been im
perative. He was to serve as un Inner
g inrd until further orders. Some one,
U was reported, had tried to enter Miss
1 alhoun's room from the outside dur
ing the rainstorm of the previous night,
and a special guar.', was to be station
er! near the door. All of this was un
kuowu to Bnldos, but be did not ask
for any explanations.
He was halfway to the castle when
the sharp reKrt of a gun startled
him. A bullet wblzzed close to bis earl
Bahlos broke into a crouching run, but
did not change bis course. He knew
that the shot was Intended for blm and
thnt its mission was to prevent him
from reaching the castle. The attend
ants at the castle door admitted him,
panting and excited, and he was taken
immediately to the encuanted boudoir
oi iue princess, wuien oui lew men
were fortunate enough to enter. There
were three women In the room.
"I am here to reort, your highness,"
said he, bowing low before the real
princess, with a smile upon his flushed
"You are prompt," said the prin
cess. "What have you to report, sir?"
"That an attempt hus Just been
made to kill a member of the castle
guard," he coolly answered,
"I am quite certain of It, your high
ness. The bullet almost clipped my
"Good heavens!" gasped the listen
ers. Then they eagerly piled him with
more agitated questions than he could
"And did you not pursue the
wretch?" cried the princess.
"No, your highness. I was command
ed to report to you nt onee. Only the
liecess of the assassin could have
me well, hesitate," said he
i . "A soldier has but to obey."
.' on think there 'wis a delilier
t'.enipt to kill yo-,:V" asked the
ess Mi'L'tnar. Iteverly Calhoun
,:-.i!i 'vi(i consternation,
annot xa.v, niadanie. I'ossililv it
,'s an nri sl 'iilal discharge. One
-'rid not m::l:e accusations unsiip
' -cd. K you have no immediate
ic -d of my services, your highness, I
vill you to grant me leave of ab-
: iv I'or half an hour. I have a pe
itiiar loti'.'ing to Investigate." There
'..is n de!c-.-::iiiH'il gleam lu his eyes.
"No. no!" cried I'.everly. "Don't you
lure to go out there again. You nre
i i st;iy ri rht l i'ie In the castle, sir.
'Ye have soinelhlii'.; else for you to do.
was that awful old Marlanx who
'."! ::t yi 11. lie '--
I loft Ceiieial Marlaux lu Colonel
'!ti'ios ouarters. Miss Calhoun," in-i-j'.-ol
Haldos grimly. "ITe could
ot tia.-e fir!d tie sliot. For two or
::'' nights, y ir hi'linesR, 1 have
eo.i t'.'lio-.ved .-fid d...'..-.Hl wlih humlll-
two men wearing
il' guards. Tliev
11' iiiiiioruts o.
'1 1 11 1 sleep at
ask what I h.ivi
to sinh troatii
f ace of poorly
itnii ks. May I
to Iv submitted
Tliere was a
If li:s voice.
'1 assure yon that this is news to
me." said Yetive In amazement.
"I am U'ing watched as if I were a
common thief," lie went on boldly.
"These men are not your agents; they
are nut the iwculs of Graustark. May
1 !h iH-rmltted to say that they are
spies set upon me by a man who has
an object In disgracing me? Who thnt
man is I leave to your royal conjec
"Yes. your iMghiioss. He bears me a
deadly grudge and yet he fears me. I
know full well that he and his agents
have lublt a strong case against me
I'. y are almost ready to close In opon
ic, an l t'.:, v will have false evidence
yt C. FINDLEY, M. D.
rractlce Umited to
KYK, KAR, NOSE and THROat
Glasses fitted and furniahed
ilflios hours tf to 12; 2 to 6; md 0'
poiutmeut. Telephones 281 and 77
)R. J. C. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones, Oilloe 355; Rea. 1045.
Residence cor. 7th and D street.
Office at National Drue Store
Gbast Pass, - -
I)R. W. F, KREMER
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Office in Courier Building.
Office phone 911, residence 413. -Eyes
tosted and glagiea fitted. '
GhAMTB Pass, . . O8iS0
g LOUGHRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONQ
Rea Phone 714
City or country calls attended nigh
or day. Sixth and H, Tuff' builda,.
Office Phone 361, '
Grants Pass - . 0ioo.
Children it Confinement
Caea a Specialty .
CLARA BASHAW, D. 0.
ANNETTA BiiCKWITH. D. 0.
502 D Street
Grants Pass, - - Oaaooi.
Graduates of American School of 0.
teopathy, Kii-ksville, Mo.
JJDWARD II. WHITE,
DOCTOR OF DENTAL
Office Hours 8 to 12; 1 lo 6
Office over First National Bank
Grants Pass, - - Oregok
UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL DIRECTOt
AND LICBNSID EMBALU1R.
orth Cth at., near Court Houml
Offloe Phone 751, Re. Thorn 717.
Sbakts Pas, - - Outoi.
JJ, D. NORTON,
Praotloe In all StaWand FadsraiOourU.
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I OhAnTS Pass, ... Obmo
t C. HOUGH,
Praotioea In all SiUUand FadaralCoHrte
Ofiioe over Hair Kiddle Hard war 0.
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QLIVER S. BROWN,
Offloe, upstairs, City Hall.
J. H. AUSTIN,
. B. HENDRICKS
Civil and criminal matters atttadedto
in all the courts.
Real estate and Insurance.
Office, tith street, opposite Potoffloe.
WILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
6th St., north of Josephine Hotl.
Gbakts Pass, . . Oaiuos.
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Tnrning, Scroll Work, BtairWork, Bund
twing,tahinet Work, Wood PuUt. b
KthnKnd gumming, Kepalrinn all kind,
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Bath Room in connection
N. E. aMcGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Paace Barber Shop
NATE BATES, Prop.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
I Everything neat and clean and
' worl Hrst-Clas.