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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Published Evary Thursday.
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FRED MENSCH, - . Editor
Entered at the pout office at Grants I'e-s,
Oregon, as second-clans mail waller.
THURSDAY, NOVEBER, 7, 1901.
A Filipino plot to msaaacre the Ameri
can garrison at Moncado, Luzon, wsi
frustrated by the rerelation of ths
scheme by ths wife ot one of the conapi
rators. Prompt arrests were made and
incriminating papers seised.
Ths labor unions will create a boge
sinking fund in snticipstion ol lags!
battles during their prospective strifes
with capital. The good of ths country
demsnds some solution of this great
problem besides that of everlasting con
The Ottoman empire, ones the moat
powerful in tie world, has sunk io low
that any of the powers may tweak its
national nose with impunity. All that
is necessary to make Turkey accede to a
command is to send a wsrablp. A blufl
l sufficient and almost invariably neces
sary. Tbs coat of collecting indemnity
from Turkey depends now on the price
of coal. The wrangle between France
and Turkey over a question of indemnity
bai resulted In the seizure by France of
the port of Byuirna. The matter is the
outcome of a aeries of promises msde
and broken by ths Sultan, nntll tbe
patience of France was eihsusted,
A Dew canal treaty is to be made and
Lord Pauncefute has formally announced
to Secretary If ay his readiness to begin
work on it. The canal affair has been
a juggled that tbs people of the United
States have temporarily lost Interest In
it and are skeptical in regard to the
canal's ever being constructed. Tbs
need for tbe canal is so constant and
pressing that the matter can not long
remain In tbe back ground, but must
necessarily keep near tbe front in tbe
publlo interest. Tbe Clayton-Balwer
treaty was a sad error as it gave Ureal
Britain a voice In the matter which is
embarrassing to present operations, but
tbe treaty was mads and we cannot
honorably ignore It.
The question of advertising tbs re
sources and advantages of our section Is
one that should not be allowed to re
main In the back ground. Neither
should such advertising be confined to
any one particular scheme ot method
and the proposed mining etbibit is one
way In which to effectually advertise.
tar more people can be reached by lit
erature than by an exhibit, but the ec
bibit will Impress (boss who do see it in
such a manner that tliey can never tor
gut it. It would bi something br trav
elers to tell their friends about, aa some
thing they had themaelves seen. Its
advvrtiaing, though not so extensive,
would be of the auperOueal quality. The
proper way ia to have both exhibit and
literature. A creditable exhibit med
not be expenaive. The railroad onnr
pany baa offered the ground rent free, on
the corner of the park next the depot.
The building need not be large and can
be neat without being unduly eipeuaive
The specimens can be secured to a great
extent without other cost than that of
collecting them. We can produce a
mineral exhibit that would be a credit
to any mining section In the entire west
The Doers are holding up their end o
the contest In south AM... In
that surprises tbe world and lately they
uave developed unexiected and surpris
ing strength. Three times within the
PSlt tWO mOllttlt. rjlllimiin.l.i... itin,.UL
lug from 1000 to 1500 men have attacked
snrnauus 0r ueiaciiinenla with great vlg
or and aplrlt and fought stubbornly
Twice they were renulaed afirr .,...
Ashling, but the last time they won
qime a signal victory over a Ilriiiah de
tachment. Ureal Britain, it is reported,
ia preparing to make a supreme effort
to end the war and will send to the front
every man in the Uulted Kingdom
available for the iiurnnae. II ! .i,ni.i
fail in this effort, she will lose prestige
immeniely in the tight of the nations.
The Boer war has proved a stupendously
t xpi'iiiiie affair in both men and muney
far beyond any tipeclationi. It waa
the firm belief in Kugland that the war
waa only a small matter and would be
all over in a few niomha at moat, but
after two years conflict, the Boeraare
still fighting with vigor though they
have changed their tactics ami deal in
Hidden surprises and quick retieals,
rather than open fight, beii.g outnum
bered to au extent that would make op
en warfare suicidal. Hotith Africa has
proved a morgue lor ths reputations of
Ilriiiah generals. Even Kitchener, the
hero ot the Soudan, who made hia repu
tation fighting the "futywunies"of
the desert has found a different prone
siliou to (ace in the stubborn DuU-hiurii
of the veldt and hie repuutiou has auf
lered in coiieequem-p.
Early Closing Will Su.p.nd
At a uiirtlng of a number of IhikIuom
men held ou Tuesday evening In the
purloin of the Kiel Natloiml llnnk aft
it a full iliaeuxnlon of the enrly closing
movement, which, utter ;four months
trial has Imi-ii found very sat ixfartory,
it nan decided that, owing to the heav
ier full and holiday trade, after Novem.
Iier l.'ith until thucloao ot the year, the
stores remain upon after li::iu p. m. to
clone about S p in , oxcvpl Saturday.
It wub unanimously ugnvd that with
the flit of I ho new )onr the 0:30 rins
ing would utralu l in force. Those
represented wore Calvin Welch, W. E.
Doun, llalr Riddle Haiti ware Co.,
Smith Uro, Claus Schuii.lt, Kinney A
Trim, 11. O. McCroskoy, It. I. Coo Jit
Co. T. R Cornell, It. Thomas. II. C.
Ilohwln, Grants lNms Crooery Co, H.
T. Keesler and Cramer Ilros.
To Cure sx Cold In One Day
Taks Uxaiivs llromo quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money It It f4U
to cuw. K. VY. Uroves signature i. on
each box. ilie,
During November Only.
Wo will sell the remainder of our
at greatly reduced prices
Now is your time to
Front street, oppo Depot,
h a afni afb a sfh A affc A A
Eastern StsUee Cast a Llht
Vote. Republican Gevln
On Hon lay. elections were held In
many ot the states. Tbe returns aa vet
are not fully complete but the results sre
generally ascertained. Moat of the re
turns show republican gains.
In Mew York the reports have been
ceming in slowly. Beth Liw, the ami-
Tammany candidate (orlmayor is elected
by a plurality of perhaps 01,03) ovur
Shepard, the Tamintny can liclate. At
an early hour in the evening. Ths elec
tion ol Low was conceded by Croker
Tammany's magnate. Croker hat re
nounced further connection with Amer
ican politics and expect to return soon
to England. In Massachusetts, Crane,
republican is elected kovernar for the
third time. Boston goes democratic by
perhaps 10,000. A light vote was cast
ill over the east.
In Ohio, republicans win by about 00,-
000,(iov. Nash being re-elected. In Tike
and Adams counties the democrats elect
lliGir legislative ticket for the first time
in sight years.
In Maryland, the result is doubtful
but the slate ts probably democratic by
a small majority.
In Kentucky, the democrat! will have
a majority In both houses.
Iowa and Pennsylvania are strongly
Virginia is democratic by about 30,-
New Jersey is entirely republican.
Murphy is elected governor by 8000.
Connecticut and Rhode Island are
republican by good majorities.
' In Ksnaas, Blakely, republican, la
elected governor by 8000.
Nebraska ia close, with chances in
favor of the republicans.
In Bait Lake City, the republicans
sleet the entire city ticket.
Euct Htproduciloa ot Oils Siyla Shot.
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They are justly famed for their
stylish elegonce, .superior fitting
qualities and up-to-date styles. A
thoroughly high-grade shoe of un
usual merit at a sensible price.
All styles from the light und dain
ty dress shoe to the most substan
tial street boot.
Very Dressy. Exquisite Styli
In Han Francisco, Hchniilx, labor
union, it elected miyor, Wells, second,
Tobiu, allow third.
Croker denies that be will resign the
hairiiiauship of T.tmiiiuu. Low's
majority for mayor of Ni.w York is
:U,000. Van Wyck, democratic candi
date for Justice ol tnpieme curl, la tin
teated by 211,000.
New Jersey elects Murpliv, republican
amlidaie for governor, by Ki.OaiO.
Cummins, republican, ia elected
governor of low.
Sedgwick, republican, is elected to
supreme court in Nebraska by 7000.
Baltimore, Md., electa an entire re
ublicau ticket except sheriff.
President Koosevell returned to the
While House bringing uh him Ins
dauuhter, Mim Alii-i Kuosevelt. Miss
K Msevelt's twayaiiH, which consisted ol
three small, square ouk chests, with iron
bound corners which would have done
credit to an old sea-dog ot a naval officer,
waa quite iud oativn o( the complete free-
aom irom conventions! lettraint of this
throughly Independent family Not
tia tbs days of Nellie (Irani has there
been a debutante In th. l'rtKiil.iiliiftl
houeehouldt, but now Miss Alice Koose
velt hat come to fill that social role and
her advent it something of a sensation
With the young people of tl . Caniia! elu. I
8bsfiatiatartril.i...i.i 1 :.. i
B ' 1 uBuun'iuo gill, OU'.
to close out the lot.
AAA AAA A AAA A Ad
is trnt-iblp, gracious and full of bright
progressive Idea. Kwsevelt indtpond
encs ia so clearly a part of her niake-u
and iDclluds that it may le not alto
gether a fiction that she has siid if
Washington social fashion) do not pleat
hnr she will "mat aet un eome new ones
that will". Washington correspondence
Bill Nye Mine.
II. B. Nye was In Medford lait week
from the Bill Nye mine lie related
that a new strike had been made, in the
mine at a depth ot l,r0 feet. Hince its
discovery last week, sixty racks o( very
rich ore have been taken out and there
seems no indication ol the ledge "peter
in at" nut. The ledge is ten Inches in
wi.ltli end from one pan of the reck over
half an ounce ot gold was secured. Mail
Eugene Woolen Mill.
Ihe bonus of (HoOO for the U'agnon
Woolen Mill has been raised am ng
citizens of Kngene, and project will now
go aheud. Mr. Wngnon will come to
Eugene at once an 1 make arrangement
for erection of the mill. It will give em
ploymi'iit to a Urgn number of persons
and is expe'ed to prove of great beuelii
to the tow. i
We offer One Hundred Dollars K?ward
for any case of Catarrh that can. lot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh cure.
F.J. CiiknkvACo., l'ropa., Toledo, O
We, the umlersigneil, have knowu F,
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
nesa transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligation nude by
VVkht A Tki av, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. Welding, Kinnan A -Mar
vin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole lo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 7fic. per bottle. Hold by all drug
gists. Testimonials Iree
Hall's family Pills are the beat.
Loves heuttty, values ronidirt,
appreciates ccuiioniy. Hence wo
men find peculiar salislai tion in
tension Edge, Low Heel.
fcuct ktpredwtlwi ol Oui Style Stat.
Tnrttet Score For Co. "H".
Co. "II" have just linibed their
target practice. Aei -ording In the rm
lations each man urn! leach 11) oit of
a possible 7Y the I'otto in; 1 Ihe
icire ivintz Ihe IumIi'-hi in 11k ina-te ly
inch in 111: John llanti Id and A .
lireen i'l cairvof th, prizes thin icsr,
J'X vil. :t. O d
THAT THIS I )T 1 V X.
TNAOE MARK f JW 1
IS BRANDED f jy J
ON EVERV tty ?' -Jk
SHOE. ftc t? sJT M
I. lent K. It lire u ,'.S o7
I l.iellt l has 1 low 17
: 1st S.-.gt A K V.e.rhh . . tl :SH
I H M .Vint M I' t'Uev . i.J .VI
Nrgt Klovd Patrick ... ::.
! Siogt I.OII ii liter 1. 1 M
I I'oi p l-'fcibri t liohliins .. ,:il 'Jo
, Corp Helirv Willuni- .... lil l;S
t'orp lloaard Mllchell . . . trt :tt
Mes Inn Ajiell M 4
" II 1 I'liiininer lil 4S
I'vl lluiitii Id, .1 oil 11 ... (it l
" CeUig, Krank M 47
" Cleveland, W J 41 Vt
" I'vlield, Win hi
" i. ano, Kd i -t. f7
J' lireen, AS .. oil i)
" llaen, .nine M 4i
' llver liaviee
" Jor,Uii Kov M 40
1 " Keii.-gj, i: i 47
I ' l.'-iiti'ke, Win ,';' 41
' ' Mn llev, lrlll C . . lil 4'.l
I " Mow.rs, Frank 41 III
! " It ilei. Waiter . .. 4 20
I " TinntiV, lieo , So
" Yokiim, J l ,VJ -s
' " Kellogg. Albert ,V.I (,2
I .rwn ins.le the highest soir. at 200
yard hot la l.l lo keep li:s ivrcentage
ill- o i ;!00. lianti !il kept si) even score
at lm h ranges ; 1. 1 aieliil. Hit total out
l''"eilil. '' at I101I1 ranges waa
-"eo " I'-ios I S 1. h H Itro
Ut l.u-iil. Coiuniand Co. "ll.
Our weather is lovely with
Our school is progressing nicely un.lrr
ths conduct of Miss Smith.
The cars on the Kinney short line are
-tei.lily taking awjy wood.
G. W. Chopin was in Leland one day
last week selling prunes. His prunes
are fine and sell on their merits.
The "Night Hawk" is all right. He is
more established in bis wriiiog. lis
does not have such rambling ideas.
Elder Jordan wss the guest of (1. W
Chapin one day last week. He preaches
in our school bouse on November 3rd
We were to publish some msrriagss
but tbe business has been postponed
until sll partiea are ready as some
baven't made np their trosseau,
The late rain has wet tbe ground so
fanners are improving tbeir time sow
ing tbeir grain. From tbe outlook
cattle will do well this winter as the
grass ia growing nicely.
A good many naw-comers bsve come
into our midst. Home have come to
secure situations in tbe mines; others
in different wood camps, as there it
plenty of work (or the industrious.
We are all well in this vicinity
(irandpa Acres is up and around again.
His coming to irave Creek and drina
ing the Puis water aud inhaling tbe
healthy, balmy air has greatly benefited
iWe did not hear from "D ck" la t
week. Perhaps h s bas gone a sparking
If to, "Dick." we can excur-e you from
writing. Aa you sre improving in your
articles we want you to continue writing
f ir the Col HitK.
Mr. Espey and Bona are hauling i
a rue amount of lumber to the Lireen
back mine. That mine is building up
fast. They have a good easy grade to
their mine so teams can haul good
Timet are quiet at Tunnel 9. John
ioff is building a new bouBe aa he
thinks he will need more room In tbe
near fu ure. John baa bought a piece
of land to set out in cherries as that
fruit always brings a good price.
Win. Cox has struck a ledge that, from
the formation, he believes it a good one
It is looking all right. It resembles the
lamoua Greenback ledga and bat tbe
same quality of rock. We expect in a
hort time to write up other strikes. At
long as the weather holds good the
prospectors will stay in the'hilla until
ihe heavy rsins come.
The display of applet in our stores
here is very fine; no better can be
ton rid, and as fine vegetables as can be
raised in any country. Bob.
Sunday school every Sunday aftee
noon at 2 o clock at tbe Hugo school
Ou Ihe evening of November 2nd a
dancing party was given by Mr, and
Mrs. Brown at their residence at Tun
nel 9. A large attendance from the
surrounding country was present and a
most enj yable evening was paased.
A literary society wsa organised at
lluo school hotisa on the evening o
November 2, Mr. W. W Wilson, presi
ent. The question to be debated next
baturdav evening is. "it solved that
he press ia more beneficial to mankind
h.in the ulpit."
Say "Bob" come out willi me to
Merlin the evening ol the ltlth. Till re
ia something aentiiiieiitul about getting a
by a pretty girl. Come to think
bout it, you want to be caretul
Bob" how criticise my items. Do
you intimate that the tollman is not
firsi-class par or that 1 urn not
apnlile ot willing for one?
Who i writing from Placer T He has
no name, home one should wrile from
all these town, and then we would get
acquainted und by and by could vihil
The But Prescription for Malaria
Chills aud Fever ia a bottle of Urove't
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron
ami Quinine in a tasteless form. No
ore no pay. Price 50c.
Notes from Greenback Mine.
Frank Stewart was seen on our streets
II. M. liray has eoniineiiccd woik ou
lie new hoiw.
Mr, and Mis. It. L. IVniaree have
moved m o llicir new bouse.
uliu Van Burger, Sr. and wifu lelt
ibis week (or Coos cotiuiy, to make
their full! re home.
There ia to be a social usuce and
upper next Friday evening in Placer,
Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Ilemaree luriiishiuv
Fnd iiopt-r has proved himself tole
iille a carpenter ; he has built himself
a house and he and Mis Hoper are
enjoying their new home,
We aie having pleasant weather, but
it is very hsd under font ; Ihe soil hcie
when wet is so stick we can ue it for
lly paper Instead ot the Taogleloot you
Prof. Haiiiptom haa several men at
wora on hia mining ditch, cleaning it
ou' and reiulorcing the weak places
I he Prof, expects a very profiiabl run
this si-asoii, ami i-i making all necessary
arraneuieiilH ill due time
Harry lleaton, the tiiuber man in th
mine, met aiih q lite an aieidcntbut
not serious, in touting up a sb.ifl 2o0 feet
.lecp, on a roe lad-ler. When about
l,i feet from the Iwlloiu one ol the rungs
hn ke ami he tell hackaards len leet on
- nil, llicn fell h ad ti r-t lbs re-t ol
tlie nav, cutting his head in several
places and bruising hiiu niheiaise, 1
ie miracle that he we not killed
but he continued work right along.
t.noe.ble Winter Trip.
A winter trip lo Southern Calilornla
and Ansona via Ihe (amoua Miaata
Koiite is one never to tie forgotten. Uf
ne id aiq'iamtame wiih llns section
will ever 1 1 . v , lop Irerh poiu't of Interes
and aihb-d sources of enjoyment under
lis sunny skies, in the variety of inter
es s Hii'l added industries, In its prolific
vegetation aud among its numberless
resorts of in mo lain, shore, valley and
lo trains leave Portland daily
morning and evening for California,
l'liese train are equipped with Ihe
in k iuipioved pattern ol standard and
I touri t sleeping cars, and the low rates
pla e the trip in reach of all.
"The Meevdowe" CoaL
Th. recent discovery of coal In the
Meadows district in Jackson connty has
greatly exi-ited the residents of that sec
tion, and the feeling has spread load
jocent ted ions until about ths bole pop
ulation seemt to have the coal fever.
Thre is, however, liule djubt of the
value of the discovery. The seam found
on a cinnabar rlaiio being worked by
Reed A Fletcher hat widened to U inches
ot what seems to ordinary observer to
be coal ot excellent quality, but of coarse,
only analysis can determine Its true
value as a fuel. On severs I ot tbe adja
cent claims there exist precisely similar
conditions and indications aa on the dis
coverr claim, and tbe holders are cor
respondingly jubilsnt. Ths railroad peo
ple, who have bad coal proapeclors in
that region lor tome tires past, have, it
it laid, purchased several ranches there,
with a view tJ securing lands for coal
Miss Etna Dungan of Gold Hill was
tried on Friday before tbe United Stales
court in Portland for Using the mai't for
fraudulent pnrpnses. She plead guilty,
and a merely nominal penalty was im
posed; a fine of tl and one day's ioi
Miss Dungan'i method was to answer
matrimonial advertisements and when
money wat sent her to further the mat
rimonial scheme, the would keep h.
Judge Bellinger said: "Tbe law is
made to protect society, but men who
advertise in newspapers for wives and ,
are induced to send wedding presents,
are beyond the power of law to protect."
Mita Dungan made Ihe following state
ment: "It wat not my intention to com
mit s ciiuie in Ihe use of Ihe mails.
I was ignorant that I was doing that.
I just did it to pass away the time, and
tbe letters were amusing. I did not do
it for the money, but when they sent tne
presents I did not think it necessary to
send them back."
Hereafter all library books must posi
tively be returned to the librarian, ex
changing ol books not allowed. By
order of Ihe President.
Mas. T. T. Judhoh, Sec'y.
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If your heart palpitates, flutters,
or you are short of breath, have
smothering spells, pain in left
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MaWir J. W. Wendrerk. one ot the
be.l known oil operator la tuecoea.
try dritpprd daa true brart dlsmuMt
rinllr. him home in Portland, lad
vblU tBoln( bu lawn. Tlx JYwa.
Mrs. M. A. Kirdiall, Watkiaa, N. Y.
whose portrait beads tbia auvtrtit
nwnt, sant "1 write tbis thnwf a (rat
ttude for benefits 1 received from Dr.
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ot the hrart, aevef paina aadef the
kit sbovldn, and bit nneral health
wai miaerable. A fw bottles ot Dr.
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Seld br all DrwssUts.
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Cuts of Bicycles
Just to call your attention to the fact that I have Cut
$60.00 Bicycle for $35.00. $35.00 for $25.00.
VtvcclneUlon at Klamath FeJle.
There are r.o new cases ot the mild
form of small-pox or a resemblance to
the Manilla itch, in Klamath Falls and
those that had it are recovering. It
proved a barvett for tl.e phvsciant.
Tbe examples of the foolinhnest of com.
plaint at exemplified by such Saints ss
Rockefeller, Morgan, Hariiinan, etc., bas
seeped through the caste and fupersti
lions of ths disciples of jEsculapiut and
besides dilaling upon tha necessity of
vsccinalion they touched the victim to
1 be tune of $2 for a scar Tbe people
"kicked" and several declared they
were being "jobbed," but at the doctors
bad the Rockefeller situ ation well in
hand they tmi'ingly sugeeted that the
tbe ''Medii Ins Men" at the reservation
were not very far off and they might try
them. During the scare many reluct
sntly took the dose prepared by tha
M. D's. but a number suffered tbe pangt
and tortures ol anxiety rather than pay
tribute to a trust they had never paid
tribute to before Vallev Kecoid.
Tha Beet Prescription for
Chills and Fever is a bottle of 0 nova's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It la simply Iron
and quinine in a taatelsss form. No cure-
no psy. Price 5oc.
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PADDOCK'S BICYCLE DEN
IjfJGBjJfJV Kew patterns? and new
9 i,oc u,t re,"e'Ted '
VPftjy Cramer Bros.
Hade at Jj2jb J
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dress goods, which we have
will look staler, Mt
aaa wear better,
WILL not aroT
it lb goods are SfONGKD
High Clan Work Ut
of all kinds
Sloyer Drug Co.
New patterns and new
stock just received at
Vou Know Whavt You Ar
Wbenjrou take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, bsrtnteftbt f..i inula l plainly pnnt.
Sal on every buttle shawia that it la aim
ply Irwn sad Quinine in a taalelsas form.
So Cur, No Pay. ,40s.
Sir Darling, 1012 Howard 81 Tort tiu
ron, Mich . writes: 'I hava triad m.n.
pills and laxatives bot DeWiifs Little
Early Kisers are far tbe best pills I have
ever used." They never gripe. Dr. W.
Oliver Chilled Plows at Cramer Bros.
the Price of Bicycles,
$25.00 for $20.00.
EAST OF DEPOT.
State of Oregon,
City ol Gran's Pass.
In the mall.-r ol the construction of .
lateral sewer in the City 0f Vntl
Pass, extending from the main tew?
Fifth street, at the intersection ihJJ!
with the line ol th. alley in block ?
thence westerly along the alley thraS
blocks 23. 24 and 25, to and SbmSS
at the East line of Second .tree ii
Public notice is hereby given that .
the 17h day ol October, 1001. the 8ir
Committee ol the Commm Unn.ii!!
said City filed in in? office. n..i. .
showing that after viewing tlle i"' f
of said proposed sewor, they have iT t
tamed and determined that the foil ?
ing described real estate situated in th! 'i
Original Town of lirants Past. i. TiJ!
ly benefited by such sewer, to-nit- x
Lots 1,2, 3, 4, 6, 6.7,8, 0, 10. 11 lhi f
12 in block 23. ' 1 ,N
Lots 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 0,7. 8,9, 10, 11 u f
12 in block 24. ' ' " M
i1?!1''4'5'6'7,8'9' 10'Utl I
12 in block 25.
And that the i-xlent and portion ol :
such benefit npon each of the bon l;
described lots, (compared with sll oibe !
property to be benefited) is the sum of I
twelve dollars and fifty cents. '
Dated tbia Nineteenth Day of October
m- K l- Hn, ' I
Auditor and Police Judge, of the City I
of Urants Pass. ;
The old reliable Tbe Weekly Ortftmlu,
been to considerable pxnpn
Kodak films fresh every week at tbs
C' I'HIER offire.
A Greevt Revllwevy.
The ChicsKo, Milwaukee A St. I'aul By.
is running Electric "lixlited Trains of
Co iipartment Cars, Slanrlanl Slefp
ing Cars, Buffet Library SinokiH
Cars, Dining Cars and Coaches, be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, St. ''
Ruffnt Olweivalion l'arlor Cra'l'
tra ns between Chicago, 81. I'aiI ami
Kleotr c Lighted Traina ol SieepiogCars
Iltitft-t Library t-iuokinn Caia, IMninI
Cars and Coaches between lliicstt0
and lies Moines, Omaha and Sioui
Solid Traina lietweeii Chicago and
Northern VViwonain and the l'l,P"
I'eniuaula ol Michigan.
Solid Trains beiwn Clncaito ami li
Minnnota, eioullieru and t'rnltal
The finest Dining Cars and 8 ernl
Cars. Electric Heading Lsmps in
6,000 miles ol road in Illinois, Wiscoa
sin, the Upper I'eninsula ol MirbK.
I s, Minnesota, Mieeouri, South
Dakota and North Diknla.
Ticket Agtnls everywhere) sell ticket
over Ihe Chicago, Milwaukee. A St
I'aul Railway, or address C. J. K'llr
Ueneral Agent, 134 Third St., I'"1
Henry Braydon, Harria. N. C, '"
' I look medicine 20 years lor asthma
b it one bottle ot One Minute Cough Cure
did tue more good than any thing else
daring that tiuie. Beet Congb Cure. D'
Have you seen the Garland Air Tight
at Cramer Bros?