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If, C. FINDLEY, M. D.
I'rfcctloo limited to
EYE EAR, NOfcE and THROAT.
Gliuwe fittd and furnished,
ftftloe hours to 12; 2 to 6; d oa ap
psuitmout. Telephones Zfll and 77.
SbaNTs Pash, OkbQ
e LOUGHRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUIWEON
Reg. rhons 714
OiW or oountry caHs attended ulifht
rdaf. Ciwand H, Tuff's building.
Ullioa I'booo 2B1.
6RAHWPAH3 - OBEOOM.
')R. C. A. CAMPBELL,
rsduate AiiiTicanMl of .Osteopathy
k irkHville. Mo.
etiroiiiclDiHaH and Disease of Women
aim iIiiiurcii T1'" '
Iwiiu 1. 2..3, Kirt National Hank iiliig.
1'honea: OIIicel771, Ken. 71C
Crawtb I'ahb - Ohkoow
25 F. DeVore, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
i fi urnmntlv an
iwrd. Offioe floors 9 to 13 . us.
sua v io o p. ui.
rRs.:i'h')ne, MainJ78. Qt".Jll
".ITTTii. a'bimlllioru lildg.
The l'ODular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
f Siih Street Three chairs
Butta Room In connection
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
MeTl GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
WHIT! FOR CATALOG
The girl's basket ball team Is
planning to play Roseburg early In
The basket ball boys hope to have
a game with Ashland Normal soon.
Watch for announcement later.
Dr. Homan, president of Will
amette University, spoke to tne
students of the High School and the
Seventh and Eighth grades on Mon
day morning last, December 7. The
title of the talk was "Racetracks.
Dr. Homan mentioned In commenc
ing that we had doubtless had talks
on various subjects ranging from
"Mow to make the most of Oppor
tunities," io "Fire Alarms," and for
this reason had decided to seek a
new line of thought. Various ex
amples were given to show the
worth of perserverance and the
reward of diligence; In fact the
whole talk rang with that good ad
vice of "Don't be a quitter.
The words of Dr. Homan were
greeted by hearty applause by the
students. In closing he reminded
us of that oldest institution of learn
ing, in Oregon, Wllliimetto Univer
sity and gave us all an Invitation to
attend there when we had finished
the High School course, an invita
tion which we might well accept.
The December Tokay will be out
next week. It Is getting better and
better all the time. Be wise and
The boys' basket ball team has
new suits for the coming games.
Now see them shine!
On Friday evening, December 4,
two very Interesting basket ball
games took place at the Coliseum
skating rink. The first was be
tween the first and second girl's
team of the High School. The sec
ond between the local team, known
as the "Nuggets" and the High
School boys. In the first game the
score was 9 to 8 In favor of the first
team. In the second game the
High School boys were victorious,
the score bein 13 to 16 In their
favor. This was almost more than
the Highs expected as those of the
opposing team were both heavier
and taller, bnt the game proved,
however thnt our boys were quicker
which more than offset the advan
ces of the "Nuggets."
W. J. Gardner
And Contiuing Until
Friday, January 1, when we will taKe an inventory.
An immense stock of new goods just received from
the Eastern Factories, and we will give a
Discount of 10 Per Cent
on all g'oods in the store
A nice new line of skirts just received
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
ii T PhonnoT A CO. TOledO, O.
We the undersigned, have known
, ., ho nnt IS vears,
und believe him perfectly honorable
In all Dusiness usumwivu., -
. i.ii.. narrv out anV OD-
u ,oriu hv h i firm. Wald-
ir Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon me mu
...rfuw. -,f th svstem. Testl
monlals sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Mrs. J. B. Goldbach and children
left for St. Louis, Mo., last Monday
to spend the winter with relatives.
Wheeler Osborne Is working for
Mr. Winetrout this week, helping to
Mrs. H. L. Reed is very ill at mis
writing, having been stricken very
suddenly last Tuesday. We all
hope to hear of her rapid recovery.
Dr. Loughrldge Is in attendance.
Literary was well attended last
Saturday night and a good program
was well carried out. Subject tor
bate next Saturday night "Re
solved that an education is a neces
sary qualification for a voter.
Twin calves seem to be the fash
ion around Murphy this fall, as a
pair arrived at the ranch of Dell
Osborne Monday morning, this be
ing the second pair in the neighbor
hood since election.
We regret to learn of the Illness
of Freddie, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo Hyde of Laurel Grove, it
seems that this family are having
more tha n their share of trouble
and we hope soon to hear of Fred
Road Supervisor Centner laid off
nearly all the crew of men, who
wero working on the new road, last
Saturday and will try the road
grades, as the country board thinks
It will be cheaper than hiring so
many men and teams.
Xewman M. E. Church.
PrPHfhinir in the morning by the
pastor, and special music by the
choir. The evening service will be
musical. A special feature
of the evening work will be a half
hn.ir riven to the history and music
of some great hymns by Mr. A. S.
Reitz. Sunday School at 1U, n. u.
Gilkey, supt., junior League at 3,
Mrs. M. C. Findley, Bupt; bpwonn
i ..o t fi:30. D. H. Stovall, presi
dent. A cordial Invitation extended
ttex Flintkote Roofing is better
.1 nhoanor than Rhineles. Sold
only by Hair-Riddle Hardware m
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This is the little Hy
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many thousands of suf
ferers from catarrh,
bronchitis, asthma, hay
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It Is so easy and
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pour a few drops in the
little inhaler, ana
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ing, soothing and anti
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ery nook and crevice of
the mucous membrane
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will allay the inflamma
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odor; kill the germs
and cure the disease.
"My wife has been
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has received more re
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"Uvntnsi i-nrprl me of terrible ear
ache and buzzing In the head. I
would not be wltnout it in tne nouse
for a Bingle night." Mrs. S. P. Ful
ler, Columbia, S. C.
Demaray, the druggist, selsl Hyo
mei (pronounced High-o-me) and
guarantees it. A complete outfit, In
lcudlng Inhaler, only costs SI, and
an extra bottle of Hyomei, if after
wards needed, will cost but 60c.
f op the Buyers of
QUALITIES TO CONSIDER IN
MAKING A PURCHASE)
Does It run easy
Doe It looK good.
Does it maKe a good ditch.
Doee it sew fast.
Is it well made.
Is it easy to operate.
t. I, i r,im in construction.
Does the manufacturer put Ms
name on it.
sewing machine recently
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combines the best qualities
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It has been definitely decided that
some time during the spring the
University of Oregon will celebrate
'Commonwealth Day." Thousands
of Invitations will be sent to all
parts of the state and the most
prominent speakers of Oregon will
be on the program. It Is hoped to
make this an annual day for the
state. A committee Is already
working on the program and the
plans for the day. "Commonwealth
To Furnish House
All kinds of Stoves to
select from Heaters
and Cook Stoves, new
and second hand.
Nov Is the Time to Bqj
Grants Pass, Ore.
Day" will be held at the tlmn when
the University is in session In order
to give a large number of people a
chance to see the University as It ac
The faculty of the University ol
Oregon has passed a strong resolu
tion against playing the annual Oregon-
O. A. C. footbal game any plac
else than on the campuses of the