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L. G. HiGGINS
OKI i Pim aqoa'y nFFIPE
rhe wall is out of plumt. the MOuHI UlllVL
r of eol
ith ; it
Allen & Gillert Co. of Portland and San Francisco, have opened a
MUSIC STORE IN THE I. O. O. F. BUILDING
CR.ANTS PASS, OREGON,
With a complete line of Pianos, Organs, Small Musical Goods, an 1 Sheet Music. Instruction Pooks
of all kinds always on hand. A fine line of Violins will arrive in a few days. Nothing
is more suitable for a Christmas gift than a nico Musical Instrument.
miIrf A T A Discount Of 10 wil1 be allowed on Ml Pianos or Organs soli during the last two
aftll.rm nf T).v.m1ur All I nwt rn mwm te tt nrt th fnnv nnvmpnt nliltl Dili inst ril inctltS taken
weeks of December.
Now is your opportunity to buy an instrument and save money.
Call and Examine My line and get Prices.
B. G. MAGOON, Manager,
When the wall is out of plumb the
buil litis is more or lew un-ne, n: .,
hiohrr the wall is carried out of the per-
peinlicular the greater tic-.
IntAo Ii'a aliout '.o I
is out of plumb when the ie-.i.un is
iimiurctl. w u e n
there is a dull,
witu nervouir.cia, f.n ,n
.1 X Z V
I', very il:iy that
are neyiec'.e.l iu-creas'.-s
the h ibil
;ty to physical
1 i sta ses ul the
itomao'.l and other
ireuns of iKecs-
:ion and nut'itioii.
;t puri.ies the blood and cures nervous
ness, irrit.ililily a:ul blet.pics::ne:'S by
Turing; the diseases in which they
-For three vears I iti'Di red iint-.M nirony."
.vriu- Mrs. IJ.'R. White, of stsnsn-a.1. Manst'sil
C., ;-c. -I voitl-l Iwve tK--f
jn.l is in. si.k .-il "iv steM-acn. .-nn "si't a
ill the lime; Hi . n il wail-l work up urn; my
tt-'nn.'ll .1.1.1 -s.ii.1i 4,sllrW it I" miliKMlilc t..
.-scrlbr 1 uro'r li the V..rM- l,penry
Miilinl s .s"c'..iiioii. -taut'-I iiiv c.i-v ii. wir.ii,
t) (I, -v c,r :.r -v.irit' nisn.rc.l runt t-iH! UK-
li C l ;.. I Cokfrl iC ,.'4i!isO nr. 1 -.rn.v
r.'.icl.ii M lii' ll lilstovrrv. Uli'l five
Mr li,-r.i', I ii n.-ml I'vif" Til-Ml
I'li-ict . i ti . 1 iai-ili.ii:
m. ji lit-r '.I li
Grants Pass, Oregon.
1 .III, S ltvr, f...H-r, 11. ch..fl.'jO
tiolil and Silver
ij.il l. Silver ami I'opper
tt. lil Silver and Lead -
AW w rk June carefully, aid ftraiiit
uKiiMomoie. Mail ot.lerr f..licitw
Violins, Guitars, Mandolins.
ROGUE RiYER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OUKGON.
Published Every Thursday.
Ons Year. In rdvauos,
Kurnlnhed on apiillcatlon at the uffice, or
A. E. VOOR1IIES, I'HOI'R. & MNOR
Entered at the pout olliee at O rants I',a,
Oregon, as seconu-rlaHB mail matter.
THOnSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1002.
Guy Morrison Killed.
Tlio nciwH Iiim bticu hitrly ri'Cdlvcd
of thu murder of Guy Morrlaou of
Ki'rliy. Ho was aliot and killed iu Inn
cuh ill at Viildi',, Alunkii, on November
24. His iiarluer, Ikuiic lliiuln, is held
nnilur nccuwttion of the murder.
TeNtiniony ViiiR introiluced lit the
prolimlunry trial hIiowIhr tbut Mnrrl
sou and Haiita wore thu only occoimiila
of tlio cnbiu lit the liniu of thu Kboot
Uuy Morriaou was a well known
young uiuii of this county, aolxir, in -dudtrloui
and highly reflected. Ilia
sko was 25 yearn. His homo wim iu
Kurby, Vt'licre ho had lived thu greater
part of his lifo. llnula la known here
also, though uot altogether favorably,
lie was formerly foreman of tlio On
good placer mines near Wulilo.
McKanhtHg and the Alabama Waib
lorn gavo an entertainment at the
Ojiera Iioubo on Tburmlny evening.
Tlio perforninnco Vina for the nitrnt
part an old timti din ky nIiow and wiih
tpiito entertaining. Home of the
features wero really excellent, the
best being McKanlaHN' iierformiiuce on
thu violin. They hail u few good
voice, the Uat being a "darky
Iihkh" voice of uxceptional beauty and
A. A. Hall of Trail on upper Rogue
river has been working on a contrail!
rom K. 1). llumo to plnco 1(X),(KK)
feet of logs in Koguo river to iiKcer
tn ill if they would float to tlio mouth
of the river. Mr. Hall placed 7ri,(KH)
feet iu the river and the recent raiae
ill the river cleared the dank, but
uuiht of the logs bung up along the
To the Ladloa of Grants 1's.sa.
Mra. Clevenger ix now preiiarod to
give liiHlructioiiH in I'yrograpliy work ;
thiwo wihhiug to leiirrn this taautiful
art of home ilecoriitiou Micnild call o
1 will teach the theory of music and
rudiments ul harmony In twelve Ua
oiik. llattlo Dawes,
South Methodist Parsonage.
I have a good stock of a large num
ber of picture mounting Wida at
from & to l!5 cents cr large sheet.
1'iihwi l'artout binding iu all colors
also iu stock. A. K. ViHirhiea.
A MILLION VlllCES
Would hardly express tho' thanks of
Homer Hall, of Weal Point, la List
eu why: A severe cold had settled oil
Ilia lungs, calming a most obstinate
rough. Several iliysiciniiM aaid ho had
consumption, but could not help him.
When all thought he was doomed, he
Isguu to use Dr. Klng'a New Dis
covery for coiiMinip! ion and writes
" It completely cured me and saved
mv life. I now weigh '21' pounds. ''
It's JHisiuvely guaranteed for
roughs, colds mid l.nng troubles.
Price MV ninl .on. Trial IHittles
free at W. K. Kremer'a.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Nothing, that comes in a
bottle, is more important for
children than Scott's emulsion
of cod-liver oil.
And "important" means that
it keeps them in even health.
Whenever they show the least
disturbance of even balance of
health, it promptly restores
It is to be used as a fotxl,
whenever their usual food docs
not quite answer the purpose
Wi'll Mtul you aaVttla to try, If yuu likt
bCUH' 4 DOWNK, 4uy l'url urca, tl.w Ywk.
Pictures for Christmas,
Nothing is uioro appreciated
Easterners than photographs
Western scenery. I have a largo
number of unmounted prints of Hceucs
in and near Grants Puss that aro
good. Tho Clevenger booklet of views
at 'i0 cents is also a good collection.
Come and select pictures early.
A. E. Voorhien.
Still in Ple.ce.
The high witter this week in Koguo
river cairied away tho largo dam of
the Dry Diggings Co., three miles
iihovo Grants Pass. The Toll) (lam
has not been injured much. Southern
The Southern Oregoiiiau man should
get his news from a moro reliable
source. Tho Dry Diggings dam was
not carried away nor was it injured
in any degree worth mint inning.
Soma of tlio false work was carried
away by logs but the injury was
slight anil not at all serious. The
dan. of the Grants Pass New Water,
Light & Power Co. lit Grants Pass
was, contrary lo reports, not injured.
COUGHING SPELL CAUSED
"Harry Duck well, aged 25 years,
choked to death enrlr veNterilnv morn
ing at his home, in tho presence of his
wife mid child, lie contracted a
slight cold a few days ago and paid
hut little attention to it. lestenlay
morning bo was seized with a tit of
coughing which continued for Koine
time. His wife scut for a physician,
but 1'cfore be could arrive, another
coughing hh'11 came on mid Duckwell
died from suffocation. St. Louis
Globe-Democrat, Dee. 1, l'.llll. " ilnl
lard's Horehoiiud Syrup would have
saved him. !:, MV, and fl.llO at
Slover Drug Co.
Dress making and plain sew ing by
the day. Inquire of Mrs. K. Dis
brow, lit Ii street, west of brick yard.
Any conil)iiiiiti!ii of
cglors a world of nun-
fort oni1 of those .l,ip;i ii-
i'sp Silk Smoking .luokrls.
1 1 ii it h and Son.
ONE WOMAN AMONG THE
We received a letter from Waycross,
Georgia, a few days ago, from a lady
w ho has lived there for years. She
writes us that she had been troubled
with female complaint for a long
time, until she was reduced almost
to a shadow. It c ticctcd her mind,
she could not remember any thing
won Id get so confused mid so nervous
and irritable she could hardly sleep
She described her ease as one similar
to thoiisauds of other women, and then
ended the letter by saving she gained
IS llm. Inst month, and never felt
bettor in her life, having no truce of
her former troubles, slept well and
ate her meals w ith a relish. This
lady commenced the use of Dr.
Gniiu's lllood mid Nerve Tonic just
six weeks Is fore she wrote the letter
from which we copy the above
This tonic is in tablet form mid should
be taken right lifter meals. It turns
thu food v ii cat into strong rich
hloiiil, making solid llcsh and (ceiling
the iutvcs. curing disease hv makinu
llcsh. Pale, weak line
People Hint bavo dyiqicpsia havo
weak Htomuchs, weak hearts, weak
eyos and are usually weak kneed.
They feel bilious and thu world in
general lias a bilious look to them;
they have so many symptoms that it
is difficult to locate the place where
they feel tho worst. The fact is the
source from where they get their
of ! strength has been cut off and they are
hick ail over. ilie loud taken into
the stomach remains undigested,
causing belching, and bilious attacks,
followed by sick-headache, and gen
eral weakness. Tho medicine that
puts the stomach in condition so that
tho food can bo reudily digested, will
cure dyspepsia and make strength
whero there was weakness. We have
cured thousands of persons during the
past 20 years, of dysivpsiii, with Dr.
Gunu's Improved Liver Pills. A 25c
box of these pills are worth more to
people with poor digestion than six
months of dieting or a gallon of
jiopsiii. It only takes ono for a dose.
We will send two of these pills t
prove what they will do. For sale by
W. V. Kremer.
I am a ivc.l wuiiiiiii
eit nii'i ii 'in a."! ciin il my
r c.mil l ent Ii lii whiih tie h
r lor h tei-n vi::n. WY hi;:My
Ke iiiciiicinci lo all hUltcini:;
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a hook containing ! p-vi
in given awav. Send 21 oi,e-cc:it stamp--for'cfieiir-;
i i Mailing 'or the boo':
in pipe;' ov:r , or y stamps lor the
volume I in cb.th. Address I:r.
R. V. Pierre, Uulf.ilo, N. Y.
Tine liuttcr a Specialty
Notice is hereby given that Local
Union No. Ills' Car inters anil
Joiners of America,, Glin ts 1'is,
t)re., has estalili.shi-d thirty cents ) - r
hour as Union schedule wages to lto
into effect on the 1st day of Jan. I'.i ',
ami be in force from that on umil
again changed by said Union W Ii n
duo notice will bo given.
J. E. Wii diiian, president.
D. A. Eit.geriild, secretniy.
TKY IT AND YOU WILL UUY
The Medf(.rd flour. It is again the
best flour on tho market. Ask for il.
V.i 4. ! ., kNl-- - - A. . J.1U
H-ople shoiihl use this tonic,
by W. Y. K renter.
Get a booklet of beautiful scenery
of Soiithcni Oregon from Clevenger.
A (smiliai name lor the Chii acn. Mil.
auke A St Paul ll.iilmav, kimun ii
over the I'm. hi as the Ureal K.u'v
"nnhu the "pioneer I muted" Iran,.
. vert d iv mil! i.il,t between Si. p.iui
and Chicago, and Onaha and t liicago.
I'lieonlv imrhvt trains iu the or 1,1
I'liili-rsiainl : Ciinneeiioiis nie made
illi All riaiisconiini-iiul Lints, asaur-
nit to passeng. rs the beat service kn
l.llXllllouft eoachea, elecli It- huliN, sleam
i-al,ofa eriiy e.i:alled hv Mn mini
ee that Vinir ticket r.-s-ln via "I he
MiUauk.e" hin goni- y ,,,, ,
Hi I'mir.l h'laies or Canada. All tick
et Btfi-lil i. tell I hem.
Km rales, paiiiphl,, r o:h. r uiioi
J. W.Casxv, C. J.Koov
Trav. I'a. A t. i , n. ,,1 , n
t-KVITlk, ,,1 I I i ,M. ,1.
Tourists upon the Etifopcan continent ,
are amazed to find women doing the work
which in America is left entirely to the men,
shucks the American sense of chivalry to have a
woman pick up the trunk and handbag, and carry
them while he walks emntv-handed. But sentiment
aside, which is the most burdened woman, she who car
ries trunk and handbag or that other woman so dainty and so
weak who goes through life bearing the invisible burden of
pain ? The woman who bears the trunk lays down her bur
den when the day is done, enjoys an evening with friend.-; or
family, and goes to bed to sleep soundly till morning. The
woman whose burden is pain never lays down the load she
carries, day or night.
The finest and fairest woman in the world is the American
woman. Her one defect is the womanly weakness which so
often destroys her beauty and mars her usefulness while she is
yet in the springtime of life.
There is nut a woman who would not be glad to lay down
this burden of ill-health ; to exchange the dragging step, the
sensitive nerves, the pain-racked body, for a body glowing
with abundant health. That exchange is made possible by
the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. In the many
letters received by Dr. Pierce from women who have lieen
cured by the use of his " Favorite Prescription," there is one
phrase constantly recurs: "I feci like a new woman."
After describing the complete change from weakness to
strength and from sickness to health, and still feeling that
there is a failure to express all the happiness that health has
brought, the writers fall back on the time-worn words ex
pressive of absolute and entire change and improvement
of physical and mental conditions.
"before I commenced to use your medicine I was in a bad con
diiioii (tor eight years) and four doctors treated me," writes Mrs.
llettie Askew, of Garyshnrg, Northampton Co., N. C "Thev of
course gave me at the time some relief but it did not last long'. I
was some dun in mv lied and some days I dragged alwnt the house.
I have used five little of ' Favorite Prescription and five Isittles of
the 'C.oldvn Medical Discovery,' and four viuls of the ' Pellets.
Now I feel like a new woman, and I want the world to know it."
"1 suffered with female weakness about eight years tried seveial
doctors but derived no lienelit until I In-gau using Dr. Pierce's l'a-
v.noe i rescripuou, - writes iura. jonn Oreen, ot Danville, llovle Co.
vv- i "'"it,,., z?-n h
I Have taken six buttles and I f.
s- - ji 'i i
cine y,m recoinincnded to me by other patients.
iikc auuiner jierson.
ll... i..r..i . . . .
i ,c wwoueiuu curauve properties ot nr. 1'icrce's Favorite I'rcscriplion ate lest
displayed m the cures of chronic diseases, which l.jral physicians hid trei'ed
without success or pronounced to be absolutely incur.ible. The cure of Mrs
r.raham, ns told in her letter given In-low, is an illustration of wh..t his ix-cii
done for lumdreds and thousands of weak and sick women. IL-re is a c ise of i
woman who had never seen a well day since she reached womanhood l'l vsic- ins
agreed that hers was nn incurable chronic disuse. And vet by the use of " V i
votite Ptescrii.tion Mrs. Graham w.vs restored to perfect health, and with a g i'in
in weight of forty-five pounds to witness to the reality of the cure.
" I n m just as well now as I was when I came into the world," wri:. s Mrs p ( ,i, ,, f
6,7 Race Strvvt, New Oileat La. I will pit il at that anvw.-.v for c innot 'ri-mem!; - eve
seeing a well day since 1 Ina-ame a wwnan ( tivrnly-live years agoi, tr-tit iT nu-nths a -., when I
N-g-m the use of Dr. Pierce', bavonte Pres. -ription and 'Coldeu Me lie d 1 -scoverv ' u-'-,l 1" . s
aul 1-ellets.' They are the best medicines on earth made for women , n-l their co: l-l ,inu ' ,
matter what the disease limy 1. even if called incurable hv d.vu ,: . 1 Ul. ' i'llv "....V
country phvsici.ins and also had .uie of the best civ plivsiciaus to pros.,,!,. f,,r ,.K.
nil said my case was incurable, being a chronic disease of h-tig stin.lln.. I h id Kvnsick ir
oiehi ve.irs until six mouths ago, whet. 1 commenced will. Dr. R. V. Pu ree's medicine am it
l iought me out to where I am now. from ninety pounds to one hundred and thinv-five If
anv sulfenui; woman will write Dr. Tierce he will write her a fatherly letter atf.l give her goo
a.Uicc. and if she will lollow his instructions will lid out in a very short tune that she h i
Ik-, ii niisiakcn by putting her trust in home doctors. ' "'"- sue nas
, I,K'''S avorit.c 1refriilkm tablishes regularity, dries weakening
drams, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Its use
will carry a woman in comfort through that trying period known a's the' tut n
oi uie. it sootiu-s the nerves i-nconr tt,.,
and induces refreshitnr sleetv
tMck women, especially those suffering from chtotuo
forms of disease, are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by
letter.w. All correspondence is held s.icredlv 'pri
vate and strictly confidential. Address Dr K V
Tierce, ltulT.do. N Y. '
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WOMEN WILL FIND
Dr. Piorao'a Common Sonso Modical Ad.
vla mn Invaluablo guldo to tho pnesorva
tlon of hoalth. Thim groat modical work,
containing ovor WOO largo pagos and
moro than 700 llhmtrationa, la sont FRrt on
oof ot Mtampm to pay exponso of mailing
ONLY. Sond 31 one-oenr atampm for tho
vonmo bound In oloth, or only 21 atampm
torn the book In papor covers.
Jafafreae, On, p. y. fHCRCE. Sufete, . Y.
Front St.oi-po Wat-rTai k.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
A. VanNoy, Tropr.
It is worth 2r (xuts
on 92.00 photographs, if present, d
before the first of January at
opposite Court House.
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
II. II. HAUTON,
Full assortment of Wali lies, Clocks, Sil
verware and Jewelry. A Good
Assortment of I'.raeclets and
demons' Drug Store
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRESH and SALT
Photo Supplies tit Ihe Couriel if
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
PAIII I I" CAPITAL SKH K
Trau-uet.. s licm-nil Hanking business.
lleci-ivi's di-imsii.- .-.uhjeet to check or oil doiuand certilirates.
Our cii-loiiii-i-are a-s.ir.-il of eourieous treaiment and every consideration con
(isle, it mill S111.111I hanking principles.
bafelydviio-it l,.xes for rout. J. F I! A S K WATSON. Pres.
K. A. BOOTH, Vice-Pres.
h. JKU'KI.Io Cashier.
The First National . Bank
OF SOUTHERN' OREGON.
CAPI I Al. MOCK,
lieceive di -po.-iis sul jeel to check or on ci-rlil'u-ate paynhla on demand.
Sells sh-lil ilrafis on New York Sun l-'ranci-co. and Portland.
TeU-grapliie transfers sold on all points in the 1'niti-d States.
Spieial Attention uvui In I'ollectioiis and general husinoss of ran customers.
Collection- made through. ml S-.ulhen, Oregon, anil on all accessible points.
li. A. II Him. Pres. '
J. C. CaMIT-KI.I.. Vice Pres.
H. I C1I.KKY, l ashi,r
MAKliLI- AND (iUAMTE WOHKS
.1. li. PMil'Oi'K, I' -K
i am pien.-re.l lo furnish anitliiiu' in ihe lin- o' Ceineieri work 11, unv kind
il MAll'JM. or OSANITE.
Nearly Ihhtv vears of 1 xperience in the M.irhlp business warrant mv saviny
bat I can till )ui.r orders Ml the very best llianner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or Aon-ricsii (Irani'.- or anv kind r
J. IJ. PADDOCK,
'tnt Sin-'M, .t n Cifrii"'! Gni.Mii'ii
. . . .s .
Mavor ye p e
Audiuir and Police Judge isLh
ireuMM-er r0 v i...
iiv Atloniev. i- .; -""nson
Marshal 'i.'.i.J , ''
reelhupl . 1
Ciiuiieiliueu - II. Hi,,,,. '
A. r. tlouuli, J. It. William,,
h. Harmon J. A. liehkopf. Will c
bnuth. Herbert Siniih, iltnry
t, - .
isswsiiisiii Jin iipmi
1 A. "VlS.,-.
-s .! V
T.. - .
f- ' 5',"- - 1 .
' ' . g 1 '.1 - i
N W IN STOCK.
Aholisl;-flu- 1 ii.-Kll 01,1
Id it in ly. 1) vclojes and
l'isis iii Full Di.ylight.
I'eil it rit-;ur
A CALL AND EXAMNE THEM
A. E. Voorhies-Kodak Dsaler,
Krdaks in Stock from 80c to $50
rr 1 c; a:rr.vi
TO AMI 1-kilM AI.i. -
Short Line of
iT PAUL, DUuUTH. MINNEAPOLIS
ami points east
throng, 1 l alai-e soil T.hiiiki Sleep
its, lluiliiij an, I llnlTcl Miiokiiif
PAU.Y TKVINS; 1aT TIME.
Fir li ,,1 s, I", .1,1,1-. ;lm liill infornia'iol
recanting Tickets, Koct.-s, .Vc. .-.ill nn in
J. W I'll l.ON, T. I-. A
II 1 ICKM'N, , . r
I--J Tlilril Sue. 1, I-, ,!,,,!
A- 11. C. I'KNMI'N. 'i. W p A
''- l-'ir-t Aieciie .-s.a ll.. 'Aa-li
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
iii ii.ii,., .. .i.en-al I n -ii.i-in.-
SALT LAKE CITY,
n.e iiios- in.n;,ff,u sc.-i,erv in
nierica hv ,ai liht.
S on overs allowed ,,.n ,.11 .1 ,
For .beanest ras ami descriptive
W C. Mi-P.-ide lieneral Agent.
lLl n Sl Portland. i,.t,n
I'l-ioii KKSTAI KANT
SlMh St. ii-M to llair-Kiilcie store.
Mf.Al.S AT ALL IKUFtS
I i' LODuiNO
KM) W00J Choppers.
Diin'oar Kin kciul.ill.
Wolf Creek, Orcuon.
0. R. & N.
OKEC.ON SHOUT LINE
; Shortest, Quickest,
'- - K....er H. Til p,,,,,,,,,,
V. llirougi, l,1Krtf r,:l,lisVtrllli,
jre , ,-,a ;
j -il LuliCnll,,,,,,,.,.
Low Hacs Everywhere."
A- L. CKAP;,
tien'l. IV--nccr ASe,lt
drams Pass lardge A. F. ,t A. M N s,
regular coniniuniealion lirst and oi, a
Saturdays. Vision,; hruthers cnnS
invued. H. 0. llosizes W u J
"A. J. Pikb, Sec'y. ".at.
Uoyal Arch Masons -Kennies CbaiiieTvT
Masonic liall. 1,. r jvi.r"'
J. E. pKTkKHoH, Secy.
Eastern titar Josephine diopter, K0. 26
evenings of each month in .Ma.,i,
vi1"- a uM"-iZiuV.T l
.Mas. AtiK M. Holmas, j
hec'y. ' '
t. 0. 0. F., tioldi-11 Uule LodgNu--
meets every Saturday night at I 6 n
K hull. 0. II. Marshall, '
T. . I)JA!, fe-.:y. jj(j
Paran .Kiicaiupiuent I 0 (I. F. No
meets second nnd fourth Thursday n
I. ). t. F. hall, Fkkd hciiaiur
T. Y. I)nA, Sec'y. (. p
Ucliekahs Etna Kehekali, No 411, nett
second and fourth Monday, I. 0. 0 r'
hail. Mak 'Davis, jj u'
JiisiE Ukekn, Secy.
I'niled Arlisans-drnnts Pass AssemWr
No. 4!l, meets alternate Tuesitu-, in
A. U. U. V. nail.
S' I.' ll'ubT.
Woodiucn of the Woild llogtie Ruer
Camp No. M, meets siconil anil fuurth
Fridavs at Woodman Ilull.
JI. V. Miaiii.
C. K. Maviikh, Consul Cuiiiinuiiler.
n'einenof Woodcraft Axalra Circle, No.
1M2, meets lirst anil third Mondays ii
I.. May Divis, (J. Ji
W. K. I)ka, Clerk.
Miutern Woodmen of America (bants I'asi
l.uin, No. 1st 07 meets 21, ii u Hi I HI, Wrdliea
dav l-.vcmngs al Wooilim-n hull at 7:.
elms. II. Mur.-hiill. V.C.
N. lleynolds, Cterk.
'ore'lers of America (.'ourl Joseiibiue
No. 2H, meets each Wednesiluy exitut
the iirst. al A. O. H. W. ha I.
J. I'. Hale, C. K.
O K. Holt, F. S.
losephine Lod.e, Mo. Ill, A. O. V. W.
nieels in A. (). U. W.iiall, Dixon build
ing, every Mouuav evening.
.1. II. Miahc, M. W.
P, A. r-TASAHii, PccordtT.
Ilawtho ne Lodge, No. 21, I), of II.. A. 0.
C, V. ineeto every alleriiaie Tuesday
cL-ning iu A. U U. W. hull, Diion
buildiuu. Mas. A. Mci aktiiy,
Mas. l.YDIA llFAN. I'. Ot II.
Knights of the -Mueciihi.-es (iiulits IVs
l'tuii. No. 1H me-ts lir.st aiul ibird
Thuisiluys lit U uodllit-il had.
Win. Allred, D. Slovo.L,
Uecord Keeper. I -i,ii,uder.
Ladles tif ihe MiuctiintM-lira, us Pass,
Hive No -Is h",ils legidiir "licviews"
Ill-lain, llord lhuiila.s al A. 0. li.
W. hull. vision Msh-rs curdislly
invited. Ji-itihg l liestiire,
-Mary Mmmoiis, I. uuy t uicuaimer.
i. .-cord Kiepc-r.
Kuigh'.s of Pvthwis - i hern, ipyiae No. jO,
liiii-l each 1 Ue.-ilay , inhl i :.ili 1. 0.
r. In.:,. ' J I I'huusst,
Tu..i ii.i.ia s. i; C,
K. of II nnd S.
' i in
i A t in v of ihe t.eiiuliiic-lien. Lilian
I os nn-el.- hr.st A'e-i nes-1 a y al
A. O. I . W. hull. J. h. l'l.r,:Kso..
Ane .Wrtl. . Anjt. L'oiu.
American Order o: M.-aui r ngiiu-crs, I, le
go, i i ... il licit No. I, n, eels It-1 mill
mud .-u. unlays, a, A o I'. IV. hall.
it's. 11 KiSM-V,
lii.-j. .Mykii'K, i hie hniiuietr
l o, re.-p.'liuiu i'.agiiu e,
Order of i'endo W hile Hock Council No
I'KI. mee.s in A. o. 1. W. Hall lirst
ic, i iloid t rnla v iiigt.is.
C. E. May nr., s-eiTt-uiry.
Emma 11, lciiek, Counselor,
I'll, ted I troth eiUood of Cnrpenters and
.loiiitTs of America I mo,, No- II8
meets second and fourth 1 hur.-days of
each uioiah al A. O. I:. W. Mad
.1. a, WiKU -A.s, I'rts.
I). A FiT.otK.ii.ii, Sec'y,
Al rOUNKY AT LAW,
Cisetices in all sttateand Federal Couru
Uiiice over First tNtttioiial Hank.
iKAsrs Pass, - 0iiucah
C. s. lil.l'L' I V
MUNEKAI. ,-l li' KVUK,
N. E. McC.KEW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Kuriiiture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
The popular barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
I'.ath room in connection
V ':' " ri:!f P A R K E RS "
fA.iV.J HAIR BALSAM
Iris'jTi -vVHrtr rails lo "'t0,r"r,I?r
V-'."i XJ! Dsir to It. Ymiiarul Color.
hJsH; r-li a Cure, r a ' ;"
r l-r1 fii'i". n----.
UKrS Urttst AlL tlbt UilS- I
Beat k uuiih S rup. Taste. li.Ka. IS f
in um. .-tr st amcC'.T".
rv.s i irr-iture Is oo ererr b" of Inf (e""'
Laiative Brorao-Quinine w
Uic remedy that cures) a ralil la as