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JAPANESE FIRST COOK want, alloalloe
Id Pslo Alio or vlalnliy. Address J.. Tins*
Wan tm TO SKLL—TTasO. B. Altcs Oil Oa,
would like to please tbe i-rapie ef Palo Alio
br aelllQf Uft-f t*d( oil or -aaotinc fT-bem.
Hla oBlo*) sod warehouau art) a I UU Hlib Si
Tel. Slue MS. All orders will be promptly
aitsodc** le. It-It*-
WANTEO— l*o»ll!oo lo private ram 11J br a
nan aad wile; men to teed to boraea or lawa
an.) woman lo do hoi-, *»• work or oooUof. Ad-
FOR RENT—Lowerflatot 4 rooms era saacy
aide of Waverly St. Apply **n Hr) anl St.
TYPKWR1TBRS- Let Hlmkloa abow yon Ibe
I'.i r. 1*1 Vi-.11.1-* ij|nmrli»t It 0OSIS
nftj iloilai-a aod has many points at super*
lorilr over teaebloea that aall lor twlos aa
BUOOV FOB S*LE—RubtM-f-tlii-d, bt.ll bear-
Inc. SlodebSker tracer, oearlj -4», AIvo
HMtS, robes aad Buodrloa. Sll practsrailj
new. Itigutr.: of P. M. Mullen, or at us
Cfaunl-f Avs. »n*
OABUArlK - Ruben i:-j«u*h baa started a
<;arb*(t* r*K**o*al ssrrlse and bla wafona
will make dally trips. Writ" blm ai the
I'al . Alio ■*-***■**■*, or Ir air .,--*(.-* at tbo
. r.,- &' J.J.Mo:t!i.Hri,.t,r,il.',t IraTn*. r-'.t
•A4.SII D AT OWE*-*, girl to do light bouae-
houscwork. Good aaiary. Call at 637
Oilman .-tlreet. 21-St
Drop In at WUson'a and get one
Of those genuine Mexican TamalM.
A great many people uae household
remedl-iB for stmpla Ailments. It la
a good plan to have druga which you
positively know are pure and full
strength. The Stanford Pharmacy
makes a specialty of household rem-
A W. CAULKINS
J*'-' CONTMACTOM A BUiLOCR
Sole Agent for Miller's 1-leat, Doorslamb
Ad*uatrr—abould bS on r-rcry door. Model may
lu, ■■.«» In Etwatal uvt W.rL'r-r . ,,1Tl.','
Architect and Superintendent
n W. MOSHER
*-*•* Conlractor and Builder
Eallmaie* promptly furulabnl on all klndaof
mil minis. 1*. O. Bo* stts. I'alo Alt*. Cal.
:ontisctor and Builder
I'lao* furalfttied. All work fuaraot**d. Mor*
tban I* ©01) years' experience, Koa1dene«. ,|*
Ktpllng Ht. P. O. addreaa, Ilo* W. Palo Alto.
Hood loans mn,*-t 'alts* 'or bull-Hnr, purpoaca.
T W WELLS
^ - Contractor and Builder
Eatlmatea |l*ee promptly. ItealJrncr US
H-.ru a Hlr****l. UOOr UclTa-rall) Amu'.
BRICKLAYER AND CONTRACTOR
T A. PREWITT * **\
V . BRICK LAYER and CONTRACTOR
[trick Mintel*. Flreplscca aod Cblaiseya a
•pcclaliy. T» Wcbater alt-eat. Palo Alto,
P-XSM Red on, _
fltO. H, BENTLEY *
U CONTRACTOR FOft PLASTERING
All kinds ol now work Itr-i'iT. lino and repairing dooo. K-itlmnn-* Kite*. IrWI ortlnra nt
rc»l.liitit-, frAi itiiinllt.ni Atao.. nr sl office of
■' inn-Jo III '
Ai-i-t.it. .-i Walker. 1'aplHiu
PHAS. WAY _
Eatlmaira rurolsbrd for llrirkUjltij. Plaster-
. Ins sod.<*t.nc*T-tr Cement Klde-aalk* a Spec!'
Sill-. OOlon. Stronur A llaokua. Tel. Red IUS.
a at I'urk i Eton'* HatxTwsrv Slor-c.
1'none black *ll
G' LAUME1STER *
. *.■ ■ HUILDER
KilltuaiC* ou allklnda of work. Poalomoc
BoxMI. l-i-loJ-ytta.Cal. > .
PHARLES R. DETRICK
V-* Rsai tsuis and Insurance
ACKLEY & TURNER
•**"-*-. QltSKRAL CONTKACTOKS.
iviiit-fi-i., sUswalfcS, curbs and feace walta,
Foundation and collar work l'la-rTerltiit —
Specialty Katlmates and Hid* fnrnUbed.
OCce corner llawtbome aad Wa»erly aireet.
' P. O. Box TM.
SIGN, and Pictorial Psinter
Uolsncr and Wagon LoUoror. :•:','• Hlgb-*8 :
^HAS. j. BftOWN"
J CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
a promptly attended u
T W. ROLLER
"'* Undertaker and Embslmer
Offloe sod Itnaltinnon, Vti Klpllnd Street.
Mortuary L'iBpe! autl Warrrootna. ta) Cot-pur
S ;:•-,:! BOM Hltack 371.
PALO ALTU LOtHJl-^ So. 348,
F. aad A. M.
Kpeelal Mct-tln-r:, Saturday.Oct. ITtb
" p.m. Tblrd Decree.
Br order of the W. M.
W. C. WKHIIY. ficcretary.
* The Bank of Pah Alto £
He rurjtaiictAiH-^Mttci'f yottt
uccuunt. It iriUbc a jdeuf-
ii**- to nhoir Him owe iicic
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t'h»a t). Mor
Don't lose sight of tha fact that-the
Stanford ia the leading prescription
pharmacy. Fresh drugs, tbe purest
chemicals, nnd skill and accuracy In
compounding '•..-■•■i it in the lead.
NEWS OF THE TOWN.
Born, lo Palo Alto, oo Saturday,
October 3d, to Ur. aod Mrs. Charles
D. Hsitie*, a daughter.
At the Presbyterian cburcb Sunday
I'v.-niijf* the choir will he assisted In
tbe music by an orchestra of four
'Owing to tbe storm the Pasmore
concert at tbe Aeeembly ball tbls
evening has beeo Indefinitely postponed.
Members of tbe Palo Alto Athletic
Association are requested to attend
tbe meeting at ParmlD A, Slail.-'a Saturday nlgbt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ouuker,
cousins of Mrs. ■■.. (.-'. Hoghea, are
occupying tbeir new bome on -Unlveralty avenue
Mra. Lydia Ames, who resides with
her nephew, E. A. Hettinger, has been
quite HI lor a couplo of weeks, but la
slowly regaining her health'..
The young peoples' societies of the
various churches will bold a nnlon
meeting at tbe Christian churcb nest
Suuday evening at d:15 o'clock.
Charles ti. L*>tbrop hus let tbe
contract for tbo oreotlou of a two-
story stable at his home, "Alia
Vista,*' on the SUuford University
campus, to - - f**H^H
J Hrown is otferiug a full Hoe of vegetables tbls week that ure fresh and
Hue. He also has a choice lluo of
poare, the best varieties for canning
and preserving. Tboue Hlack 181.
Tbe Palo Alto Klfle Club will bave
Its Ilrst shoot at tho uew target raugo
Muuiliiy nfti*i tn,mi nt 1:80. All who
are Interested, whothor tboy Rre members or not, are lurlted to'bo present.
Hy tbe terms of a contract Sled lu
tbe oBlce of tbe county recorder Weduesday tbe John Stock Sons agree to
do tbo tin nud copper work ou the
geology building At Stanford Unlvor-
ilty for tbo sum of 81*10.
tieorge Wharton James and bis
daughter spent W-*dne*dayat the mu-
Mr. .lames is a national
authority on Indian baskets and bas
been giving lectures In Sau Fraucisco
and Suu Jose during the wook.
Mr. uud Mrs. Hubert Higgles came
down ' from Calaveras county-tbls
week to visit bis mother, Mrs. II. J.
Olggles. Hob Is-ntigtiged as a milling
engineer iu that cuuuty. Mrs. Higgles will remniu hero for it tlmo.
.Mi. J. S. Hutlor was down yesterday from San Francisco, wbere he
and Mrs. Butler bave been visltlug
their relatives. Tbey leave today for
au extended visit al Hed lllutr and
vicinity, whore they fnrniorly lived.
Tbo ny-nial State couveutlou of Political Equality clubs will be beld In
Sau Fraucisco on November 1 Hth
and 19tb. Tbe Palo Alto club Is In
n**dourisbfog condition and will sand
several delegatus to this convent Ion.
Tho Hon. Stuyvusaut Fish mid
party of New York airived here yesterday In their prlrate car aud speut
a part of ibe day nt tbe university.
In the attemuun Mr. Scott-Btook
fuvorod tbo distliiKulshud visitors with
nu or'HHii recital. ^ um%%
■Mrs. J. W. Cungdou 1ms beou bore
from the city tbts week. Sbe bas arranged to leave tbeir bome at the
corner of Middletlled road nud
Homer avenue lu charge of u caretaker,- and sbe will speud tbe winter
with hor Husband lu .Mariposa.
The Ladles' Circle of the Presbyterian cburcb will meet witb Mrs. I>.
L. Sloan, ti'2~ Warerly ttre«t ou
Tuesday next, October 13, at. half
past two. Topic, "The Mormons."
All womeu who cull thn Presbyterian
their church bome aru en mostly invited to be present.
Charles K. Field,.'OS'-wbo is the
assistant mnnagor for California for
the New Eugliiud Mutual Life Insurance Company of Huston, snu tu town
yesterday with W. J. Huustau, '!)**,
who has beou mude district manager
for this locality. Mr. Duostan has
taken up his resideuce here, with bla
faintly, on Forest avenue.
Tbe Political ; Equality Club li
planning nn interesting program for
Its next meeting, whlcb occurs on
th« last Thursday of the month, Octo.
bnr'JTtb. It is to be "Lucy Stone
Day," aud every lady in-*I'alo Alto
or ou lhe campus who is Interested lu
lie enfranchisement of women Is Invited to bo present. Further an*
uuuuceuent will bu mude later.
A press dispatch, dated at New
Uritalu, Connecticut, October 8th,
says: N. W. Spauldlng, wbo was
mayor of Onklnnd, California, fur live
terms and was sub-treasurer- of tbe
United States mlut uuder President
Hayes, died bore last nlgbt, aged 71
years. Mr. Spauldlott came here July
1st to develop some* patents iu wblcb
bo was interesetd. He was a trusloo
of I.,'Inn.1 Stanford Uuiversity mid
was u tbfrty-thlrd degruu .Mason.
Christian Churcb—Usual aerrlcea
at 11 a. in., and -7:30 p. in. Offering for cburcb extension at tbe morning serrice. Ao Interesting Young
People*' tnt-elirij* will be bdld at -8:30
p. m. Special music. All are welcome. '
Alt Saints Church—Sunday, Octo
ber 11, 18tb after Trinity. B s.o.,
Holy Communion; 9:30 a. m.t Son
day School; 11 a. m., morning
prayer and sermon;' 7:1
evening prayer without sermon. Tba
review of Wagner's "Tbe Simple
Life," will in- Interrupted for tbls
one week, to be reaomod October 18,
Memorial Cburcb—Tha sermon at
11 o'clock will be delivered by tbe
Rev. Dr. Hooipbill, of Calvary Presbyterian church, San Franolsoo.
usual afternoon servlcoa In tbe after
noon, with organ recital by Mr. Scott
Brook from i tu ... Mlaa Ruth Fos
tr of Palo Alto will be tbe soloist.
Baptist Church—-Hamilton avenue
and Bryaut street. Sabbath school
at 9:45; preaching serrice both
morning and erenlng, tbe Her. Mr.
Petltt, officiating. Morning subject
''Const a Refuge for tbe Destlote."
Evening, "Tin- Symbolism of Bap.
Hutu.'' At the dose of tho sorvloe,
tbo ordiuauoo of baptism will be ad
ministered. Voung Peoples' Society
at 6**5J leader, Miss Etta Porteous
Presbyterlau Church—Mr. Smith
will dellrer the second address in tho
B^cies "Tho Christianity of Josis,
tbe specific theme being "Cod (bo
Father; or, The Infinite Valuo of
the Human Soul." Duriug thu p-utt
few weeks the pastor has been giving
a series of addresses on the Mihject,
"Cod's Toachore of Divine Truths."
The complete series Is us follows:
Tbo moHHuge of the Trees, Tbo message of the sea. The message of tbu
Desert, Tbe message of the river, Tbe
message of tbe mountains, Tbe message of tbe fields. Large aod ap.
prociatire audiences hare atteudod
tbe lectures already given. The
bjoct Stiudny ovenlng Is "Tbo Message of tbo Mouutalus." Tbo cbolr
will be assisted Sunday evening by
an orchestra of four plecea. Tbu
quarterly communion service will be
beld October 17. . It Is requested
Mint, all who desire tu uulte with tho
church by letter soud ut once for their
letters of dismissal and preseut same
as soou as possible to tbe pastor or
aoy member of tbe session.
A piano recital will ' bo giveu ut
Fraternity hill Sunday afternoon,
October 11, nt "ii.IO, by Professor A
Hiihl of Norway., wbo has just i.rnv, ,i
on tbls coast from a tour of tbe
world. He Is a musician of great
ability. The entertainment will include a lecture, with exhibitions uf
the Hindoo system of breathing and
physical exerclso for tlio cultivation of
tbe will, by Madame May Stevenson,
a native of Sweden aud graduate of
a Stockholm college. Tlie imn-ie
reudered will be from tbo must celebrated .composers, and tlio lecture
and demonstration will bo according
tu it new system uever before taught
on tbis coast. Both will bu of
marked Interest. Tickets will be
oantt, tt tbe door, wbfch will be
closed at 2:45.
•A SCRAP OF PAPER."
Th'e plav with the above title will
bo presented November Cth by tbe
faculty of Stanford for tbe benefit of
the Students' Culld. Tho play is a
portrayal of Frcucb life aud the cost
will he as follows: Prosper Coura.*
moot, C. A. Dunlwuy; Huron do Is
Citlciere, R. E. Allardtco; Hrlsomond,
C. Searles; Anatole, W. F. Snow;
Baptlste, J. P. "Ilit.-li.-ll; Louise de
la Ulacierev, .Mrs. C. A. Duulwuy;
Mile. Suzanne du Houscvllle, Mrs. J,
B. Matzke; Mathilda," Mrs. E. P
Ciibberly: MIIu. Zenoblo, Mrs. A,
T. Murray; Madame Dupont, Mn-
C. II. Gilbert; Pauline. Mrs. A. A
Leslie L. Jordau left the Ilrst ot
the week lo accept a position as electrical engineer lu the I'neiilclla,
Idaho, coutitiy. .Leslie secured tils
education nt Stauford, but for u time
has been employed by his brothers at
Jordaus* Cash Store. His physician
advised-outdoor lite and be, decided
tn accept tbu advice. He will lie hIi-
sent for an ludulluito leugth of time.
Leslie Is ouo of the best all-round
athletes In towu aud will be genenilly
Dr. Jaquos I.ucli, the famous biologist, n'ow connected with tbe Unlver-
nlty of Cullfcirfll-. Is to dellvor tin ml *
dress at Stanford Uuiversity next
Tuesday evening, October 1.1th, under tbe auspices of tbe Sigma \'t
Scientific Society. Tbe subjict of
Dr. Loch's lecture will lie his recent
cxperimeuti ut the Hopkins Seaside
Luboratory, ut Pucltlo Uiovo, with
artificial hybrids of son urchins nnd
Dr. J. C. Brenner, vice-president
of SUnford Untrerslty, -has been
granted a year's leave of absence.* Ho
lain falling health, and will spend
the year In rest nud travel.
Pato Alto Usl|* No. SUB. K ot P
met-ti cf-try Thunday eventa*
at S p. m.
JOHN M iKiNAl.Il.f- C
A. N. f MI'lt K KYil. K. of K.a S
Pah Alio Home Bakery
BREAD. P/ES, '
""**•**•> Mrs. C. E. Bartholomew
S. HARRIS & SON *£**
Express and Transfer Co.
210 University Annua •
Ar-.rt-.-y San Jon t.aun.lty A.tori*tint-,
SAM MATEO COUUTT
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
No avda-anca premium or CIO. W. LOVIF. Ssc
ttfiseoMaary «xp(*ue -roivooo city
WERRY 6-.SON SUgg"
TRAr,srr.rI ... tXPRCBfJ. promptly
Storage of Furniture
0" fUusoao OCPOT
FARMIiV-& SLADE. Props
Klprrlcnre in Pari*
and New Ynrk ataopa
Malien Ar Harm* Bid lllifb atret 1
J. E. FLANNELLY
Feed, Kran and
piodureoi All 43| HIGH STRE€r
United Ca's and Electric Co.
LIGHT. HtAT AND POWER
.*. A.Nlpp*rt. Kt-dwood City.
IHatrU-t llaaacsf C alirurnlo
Cab Alto Exclusive Optical Parlors
J. MIT, Dr. ol Optics, Prep.
I'ermnin-nl Injury otteti i-vaiillt from
negloclltig woak und sensitive >■>■<•**.
Dr. May is a graduate ut two colleges
inthuciisl, tuts. I mil u long ox|M.rioncc
In opitcitl work, utnployrt the In lain I approved Ipnirumeuts lor diagnosing ull
defects rii.*aJ^lo*i, rusures entlru satLt-
(action, ami e.tii Itirni-h tbo beat testl-
monlaU from prominent residents ot
Palo Alto. "
S Q.EO. J. CAREY
UNION IOE GO
A. S. ACER. Agent
Half the pleaaure of eating Xee
Cream depends upon* the surround-
ngs. Try WUaoa*a.
To make things
boom we offer
Special for Saturday
PICNIC HAMS - - - - - 9c Ib
FRESH RANCH EGGS - - 38c doz.
Every Egp GuarantMil
PURE WHITE LARD - - - 9c lb
COLD STORAGE EGGS - - - 33c doz
KEYSTONE Silver-White GELATINE 7c.pkg
Lart/e package usually sold nt l-*»c
PRUNE COFEE ' - - 10c |.kR
Klucwhcrc li.-H* packtgt
BAKING SODA - . - ' - 8c pkg
Arm & Hammer or Schilling*)
T-O CAL.IPOXlI.'i A f.
SEPTBMBER 18th TO NbVEMBER SOtb INCLUSiVK
Tho Popular Sopnia Lino t4i
Salt Lake City, Lc.dvillc, Pueblo.Colorado Springs,D;nvcr
Omaha, Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago and all Points East
Connecting at 0|*dan Union Depot wlib all Southern Pacific Trains
Only Trjtn**-( I'liiinciiiiil line papr-inf; tlircctly throur*)! Salt I.nkc City
IVrt-uiiuliv conducted Tnuririt Kxcur«i(iii(* daily from California
to St. I.,mi-, t 'tii.-.I:',, and Boston
Choioi of three so^arato routos th rough tho Itucky Mountains
Through Pullman ami Ordinary Sleeping Can*
To Denver, Umitlia, Kn-tHas Cily. i !, ■ i,-.\.'- ■ -Sl. I^ouls Without ■■:. ■ ;..-■
FKBB HkcMMNU CftSTrK.I'AltH
DINING CAItS—Service a la Carlo ON A.LL tliruui;h trains
For Kate-, I'irr llluatialed Booha nl navel, etc , ln.|ulrc al or unit- I,
I,. D. JOIISbON. Prl. ft Pass. Aft. *,, t). MANrJFIKLU, Cm. A«t. Pass.. Depl.
i Kaat &antaCla(>
(.15 -atrukd HI.. San PraotHaoo. Ca:
It's not an experiment f
but an assured fact that we cure -f*
the Liquor Habit In only j days
to stay cured. Highest California
JS references. Call qr_write for free
5 THREE DAY LIQUOR CURE INSTITUTE
•^ Siiuc yit *Jt*tr Kltitf liiilUlln-* ul llearv Si . sun Prasi-I-**.
Phone Black 20
I'iiiiin Movlus Hup*.'r*4*o Ti-aiisfcrred
t Slo!»lfC I -
SHREWSBURY & SMITH
Electrical and Mechanical Enginef'
l.lcctri.■ l.ii-ht Wlrinai. H.I1. ami Triri.ti,.!,
Kir- tn. M-.ti.t. In.tall.nl. I*t.m|>ni|-
MBthitirr>. lirnrral KrrpaOrtna.
Artesian Well Drilling
Palo Alto ant! San Mateo
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