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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGOX, SEPTEMBER 17. i93-
COUNTY COURT DOINGS
Builnen Dona e.1 1K0 September
The resignation of E. 8. Morrill,
Justice of the Peneo for Giilice Jire
cinct, accepted, an J J. L. Mallury
appointed to fill tlio vacancy.
Liquor licenses granted to J. B.
Anten, and W. M. Smltli, both of
Placer, fur the term of nix months
The publication of the delinquent
tax roll for yi'ar 1U02, wa awarded to
the Rogufi Klvcr Courier at the rate
of cents per line for the flvo I
tue. ' The following hills were audited
nd ordered paid?
WltnoHs fee Circuit Court,
July term IIUI 75
Juror fees Circuit court, July
term..... 2!'8 !X
J J Akerill, work on Allen
Creek bridge 8 00
C Handle, work nu Allen
Creek bridge 2 60
Wni Cheshire, indue jail.... SOU
M Clemeni, niilHo jmuiiera 16 20
J C Handle, Coroners inquest
body Chas Kaugers 10 00
Mark Perry, axHistnut inqueHt
body Chas Hungers 5 50
W H Oiwrliart, nsHlHtunt in
quest tKHly Clias Kanger . ft 50
Pao blates Tel & Tel Co Tele
phone serrice 3 75
CEMaybee, justice fees, state
cases 22 30
J C Handle, constable fees,
state caws 84 06
Wit fees in justice court 6 (X)
Jury fees in justico court B 00
8 Norton, sprinkling street
front court limine, 1 00
W li Fall in, stumps 4 00
II L Bartlett, stamps and ex
press 0 70
Hair-Hiddlu Hardware Co
mdse rouds 2 40
Booth-Kelly Lumlier Co., linn
Oravo creek bridge 410 43
O Crocker Co tihink lHoks Mil 00
Irwiu-IIodson t'o bliink boob . Hi Ml
Perkins, survey road Dry Dig-
K'"K" 1 (Ml
Geo hlnvor, cliaiiiinuu road
Dry Diggings 2 Ml
Maurice (iulvin, cliaiiiinuu,
Dry Dlggins 2 fit)
J M Ilockett, work on Alien
Creek bridgo . (I 25
U A Savage, assist teachers'
exam 12 00
J P McCoiiiiel, assist teachers'
exam 13 (Xi
W Wilson, luiu Hog ti u river
bridgo 8 75
Jeiouie li llenson, care u-
pers 473 f!5
D E Dotsou, dep assessor hire. . (IB (X)
J T Taylor, stationery 7 55
O F Lovelace bridge work. ... 2tl 80
Waller iiryan, work on Apple
gate bridgo 4 00
J (J K MuCann, work on
Applegato bridgo 5 25
Plover Drug Co. stationery 4 110
Ernest I. later, board prisoners .'III IM)
Geo W Lewia, board prisoners 47 24
Geo W Lewis,' stamps 2 K0
Geo W Kugglii, cure smallpox
patients, Helms I I (Xi
J O ilootli, itainw , , ft 40
U W Thompson, nidse smull-
IKix patients Greenback . ... 711 05
Glass & l'rudliomme, blunk
books 13 00
Chas Decker, ludso bridges 18 04
Chas Decker, rare smalljKix
patients . , 33 60
Chas Uwens, work in ronil
dist No. Ill 13 (XI
Waller Strong, work in road
dist. No. Ill 18 (xi
John Kggers, work in road
dist No. Ill 1 1 02
J W Kggers, work In road
dist No, JO Id wi
Wm Kggers, work in road
dist No. 1(1 114 00
0 L Wlmer, work in road dist
No. U 8 25
Alferd Snetdur, work in road
dist No. Ill lr 00
Chas Heyuolds, work on
Illinois river bridge . (I (X
A J Wlmer, work in road flint
No. Ill i Ml
Daniel Pfefferle, work iu road
dist No. II! u (Mi
A J Wlmer, work iu road dist
No. Ill 4 5o
W M Bunch, work on All-
house bridge. 5 IX)
G Karg, work in ML Heuheti
road dist 81 40
Hum Alderson, work on Grave
creek roud 11 00
Thos Howley, work on Grave
creek road Ill 00
W V K renter, Med attend
smalliKix patient Nil 50
Peter Payne, Houd sup dist
No. 15 43 on
W II Hehlelgh, work in road
(list No. Ill 30 no
Frank lloguu, guard and lioiird
siiih11ii jiailems Ill iki
II U Hoh.ien, ai dsn pau rs . II 05
John Kmiiie, euro Jus Uurke,
illHKIIO . . J (HI
John Wells, coiniiirs sal 15 tin
C K Lovelace, couimrs ha 1 10 mi
Court ailjourneil sine die.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES
R-edttced Fare for Visitors to the
SoKskle e.nd MouniMni.
The Southern Pucitlc Comininy has
placed on sale at very low rules round
trip tickets to the various resorts
along its lines, and also, in connect
ion with the Corvallis Kastern
Hallroud, to Detroit and the seimideal
Yaquinu Buy, latter tirkcls good for
n turu until Otol r loth.
.Three day tickets to Yaquinu Hay,
good going Saturdays, reluming Mon
days, lire nu mile lit greatly inluie.1
rate from all kiiiIs Kugcnc and
North oil H)lh Kust and West Sid.
Lines, i naliliug m oi1 to spend Sun
duy at the seaside. Very low round
trip rales ale also made between l'oii
laud anil same hi i ii t k oii the Soiitln in
Pacific, good going Saturdays, return
iug Sunday or Monday, aliening l'urt
land (sKple to s nd Sunday iu th,
country aim the out ot tnuupcopU
to have the day iu Purl laud.
Ticket from Portland lo Yaquiua
P.ay gisid for return via AlUuiy ami
Fast Side, or Corvallis and West
Side, at Option of passing. -r. Hag
gage plucked through to Newport.
A Hew feature at Newpoit this veal
will ls an up-to-date Kindergarten
in charge, of an cxicricneed Chicagi
A beautifully i!lio.tratd lusiklel
demrlliing the waside resorts or
Yaquinu Bay bus I n published bj
the Southern Pacillo nud Corvallis A
Eastern itall roads, and can lie secured
from any of their agents, or by ad
dressing V. K. Coman, G. P. A , S.
P. Co., Port laud, or Kdwiu Stone,
Manager 0. & K, Kr., Albany, Ore
Isn't that shoe a beauty? Jusi
think, ld only 3.u,-, fr t,
at Weli-lii Closiug out sale. It'
Top-Round Hegular $11.50 hoe. Sold
the world over at I hut pru i.
Blue Priut Pi!r by the yard or roll
at the Courier ortloe.
tti r r n rt. ......
ww. vu u.. w. vi,uiuiiiu i
The next meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will bo at. the homo of Mrs. Lou
Hood, Septcluner 25 at 2:!I0 p. m.
Brother, yon mav drop your burden
At the closing of the duy ;
In the Father's eyes your labors y
Arc but prattling babies' play;
And He longs to show His mercy
And to soothe your cures away.J'
Hear that soft voice
Croon above yon ;
"Peace, my careworn
Child, I love yon. "
Then the arms called Everlasting
Slip beneath you tender, strong,
And your tired heart ceases sighing
While your lips send forth a song.
Somo good things como unexpec
tedly, but as a rule the best things
do not come accident ly. They are
induced by long js rions of right pur
pose and right endeavor. One limy
not Blwayg be able to look buck and
see just how he bus brought about hi
own blessings, but ti e fact remain
that his general course of thought nud
action lias been such ns to inviii
them and render them lilting.
A Texexa Victory.
We uro rejoiced to be uhle to record
(he welcome news that a tidal wave
of prohibition is sweeping over the
great state of Texas. One hundred
and thirty count Irs have voted total
prohibition, and 5!) cithern have
partial prohibition, that is, the
country precinct have total prohibi
tion, while in the. larger towns only
like Dallas and Fort Worth is the
sale of liquor permitted. In only Ml
counties chiefly sparsely settled
Isjrder counties I tlio sale of liquor
unrestricted. Several other largo
count ios are to hold elections within
the next III) diivs, and prospects are
good for morn sweeping prohibit ion
The prohibitionists within the
democratic part.) are organizing n
campaign to give a prohibition major
ity in too legislature to Ik- elected
next year, iu order that a strictly
prohibition amendment to (he con
stitution may lie submitted to a vote
of the people In the state in a scHnl
elect ion in 11105. Governor Lanuhnn
is a strong prohibitionist anil w ill
certain)- help the movement nlong.
Bremerton Is Prohibition.
Every saloon iu the town of
llreuierlou closed June 1) at mid
night lo remain closed for all time.
The town is now strictly prohibi
tion. An ordinance has been passed
providing for a enaliy lor the viola
tion of the liquor regit hit ions.
Bai Liquor De&leri.
The Catholic Order of Foresters at
their biennial convent ion at Mnrsh
alltowu Iu., Jiini! 12, re-elected
by acclumiitlou all of the old ollicers
excepting two of the trustees.
The Foresters look a linn ami pro
nounced stand for tcuiHriico ami
against all handlers of liquor. If the
sentiment of the state gathering goes
through the national convention, to
Iki belli In Dubuque In August, an
amendment to the constitution will be
made which will exclude in the
future from membership to the
fraternity, nil saloon men, liquor
dealers, bartenders and, in fact, any
one coniiectd either directly or in
directly with the sale or trullic iu
liquor. It was the sense of the con
vention that such men are lui.ardous
risks and not desirable members.
HA1SKD FKOM TIIF. DKAD.
C.W. Liiinlis, "Poller" for the
Orieutul Hotel, Chauute, Kun., says:
"I know whul it was to sutler with
neiilargia, deed I did, and I got a
iHitllo of Ballard's Snow Liniment
anil I was 'ralM il from the dead. ' 1
tried to get Home more, but lieForo 1
had 'dciposed' of my bottle, 1 win.
cured entirely. I am telln' do truth,
loo," 2ic, .ilV and $l.( at Shiver
M tiling and S ienlllle Pre-.
A III candle power incandescent
electric light would take half an inn
lcrc current at Mil volts.
A 3 per cent solution of hydrogen
IxToxide. injection beiienlh the skill
with u hypodermic syringe, furnishes
all antidote for cvaniding poisoning
hy inhabit inn.
Approximately, a pipe it feet long
will hold as maiiv rounds of water as
the square of its diameter in inches.
A 5 inch pipe will hold about 3.'i
isiunils of water in each yard of
To estimate the horse ixnvcr ob
tainable from 1 miners' inch of water,
multiply the head of water in feet by
the decimal O.OO'.'II i; ; the product ii
the theoretical horse power m pro
Ounrl. is a i rystalli.cd mineral a
original' deposited; quart.ile is a
rock of quart., granular and second
ary. (,uart. occurs in veins; quart..
He in strata. Ouurl.itc is sonn i tiller
a lueiaiiiorphoKed saiulMouc.
While interesting us u l.ilioralorv
"M" mm nt, liquid air has not uoi
is it likely to be put to suocsi-tu!
.'oiuini rcial uc in or iiround a mine
A 2 11 P. engine winking couliuu
ounIv for one hour Would product
only enough liquid air, when con
verted into jnwer to run a 3 11. P.
engine one minute.
There are si veral formulae for com
IkmiiuIk to keep machinery from rul
ing. Take ounce caiii lor, iIim-hIvi
it in I pound inclU'il lard; remove tin
'iim, then mix with the cainplu.i and
lard ii, much line black had as will
give it an iron color; i I. .in the niit
Inueiy well; smear with the mix
ture. Aflir '.'I hours rub off, then
eh an w Kb su(t cloln.
m'CKI.l N.s' AHN1CA SAI.YK.
Ha world w ide fume for murx lions
ures It suiqiasM S any ( tin r sulve,
lotion, ointment or balm (or cuts
corns, bums, Imils, miles, felons,
ulcers, tetter, suit rheiiin. fever son-s,
luipis'd bamU skin ernptiiius; In
fallible for piles Cure guarantied.
Only 3.V at National Drug store and
Grunts Pas Pharmacv.
A BOYS' WILD RIDE KOK LIFE.
With family around exacting him
to die, and a son riding for life, K
miles, to get Dr. King' New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds, W. H. Drown, of Lccsvillo,
Ind., endured death's agonies from
asthma; hut. his wonderful medicine
gave instant relief and soon cured
hi in. He writes: "I now sleep sound
ly every night'1 Guaranteed bottles
50c and tl.CO. Trial bottles free nt
National Drug store and Grants Puss
I. I). H'M.lll
j John Well
' (('. K. l.ovcUee
It. I.. Hurtled
T. I', .ludaun
(ieo. W' 1ewi."
J. 1 . Taylor
. . . . I.lneolu Hnvaiie
'.. W. II. Kaihn
H C. Perkins
W. V. Kremer
CITY OK Hi Kii.S.
Mavor I K. Ila.-hor
Auditor and 1'ulieeJudge . .1. J. Jmiiinif"
Treasurer Col. W. jutm-suii
City Attorney C K. MiiiUe
Mffisbal John Loekliardi
street i-upt.. henry Knuuen
Counelllnen , ., . Il. llililis
J. I.. Calvert. J. A. Ilelik,i.(, Will C.
Minlh. Ilerlierl Miiitli, 11. C. I'erkini.
Kit A TKKX A I, BOCHCTIK.S.
Urantu Pans l.odee A. K. A A. M., No. HI,
resular eoiuiiiilnl ulloti tirr-t and third
haturduyM. Visiting brothers eirdmlly
Invlleil. II. W. Itiiius W. M.
A J. 1'ik , Sec y.
Itoyul Areli Masons: - Iti iiliii'i Cliapler No.
meets seeond and lourlh ediiewiay
Mn-iinii hull. Il l IIiii..ip.n,
J. K. I'KTmisiiii, Secy. II- I'.
Kastern hlsr Josephine Cliapler. No. 2H
meets liril and itnrd Widiie-ilay
evemntr.H ot eaeh muntlj in Miisonic
liall. .Miw. T. H. C..SSH.1., W. M.
.Mas II. Z )i.i.m. r-ec'y.
. O. (I. K..-Uoldin liuli! I.ml:e No. If.
mi-els every r-iitunliiy niht at I. II. O.
f. hall. I . II. .IIAKHIIII.I.
T. Y. I ins, t-cey.
I'ttiilil Kncsnipinenl I. . '1. K. No.
luei'ln eei,nil mid lourlh Thursday ut
I. (I. I'. K. hall. l ain .s. uMinr.
T. Y. Pia mm-y. C P.
ItelH-kull" - Kins llel.ekah. No CI, meet"
ecoiid slid fiiinlh Miin.liiy, I. II. . ( .
i,. Kl-SIE (illKKH. N. O
M. .1 I'NMK HaVM, .eey.
I'nited Arli-ans -(i iiiiiIm I'a-s An-emhly
o I'l meelH ulleriiale Tue-'lnvs in
A. (I. I'. W. mill. Mn. K. A. UiuiHTii.
Kai Mxv-iii, Master ArtiMin.
Woodineli of the W'otld -Itngue liner
Cuni' N'J. .'' loeetn M'eund and fourth
l'ridas at Woodman Hull.
K. U. Ciotos, C. C.
C. K. Maviikk, Clerk.
Women of W li mit - A.alea Cin le, No.
ln-2, meets tirxl sod third Mondays ut
(il.P.S I'HIHI' K, (i. N.
W. K. 1k, Clerk.
Modem Woodmen of America Uriints Puss
I iniqi No.smii' nu I'ls .'nd and llh Wednes
day Kvrlllllgo Ut Wniiilmell hall ut l.'M.
Iks .11. Pavis, V. C.
W. T. (louldi r, Clerk.
Koresleri of Alnerleu -Court Josephine
No. JH, meeU each Weitnesdiiy except
the hr-l, al A. n. I'. W. hall,
li. N. Koi.T, K. M. .1. I'. Hai.k, C. li.
losi 'philio LiMlge, No. 112, A. . I'. W.
meeis iu A. (. V. W. hull. Uixoii build
ing every Moodily evening.
I.. MHnlll.K, M. W .
II A. Staaki, Itecnrdur.
HiiwihoMie Ledge, No. 21. II. of II.. A. ().
I . W . meets everv allernaUi ruesilav
evening iu A. " I'. W. hull. lux. in
hiiudinv. Mas. A. xici AiiriiY.i .in ii.
Mis. I.viua I'i.vs, liwonler.
Kniehts of the Miiivnliecs (iralils Pas
lent. No. I.i linels lirsi uuil Horn
Tliurhduys at Woodlueil liull,
Win. Alfred, U. C Ciiksiiiuk,
ltecnril keeper. ( iniinauder.
Ladies of the Mm culaes -1 1 runts Pass,
hive No Is holds reKular "lieviens"
hrsl and Ihird 1 harsdav s at A. n. C.
W. hull. YiMling M-lers ei.rdially
invited. Jennie I'heslnre,
Mary Mnnuons, l.iuly C. minder.
Knii'hls ul I'Oluiis I hermopylae No. isi,
u Is eat li lui'sdav lilk'hl V:i;u Wf. (I.
W . Mall. M.'.'l. I Hey, C. C.
Tun ll.llAs, k.el It units.
Ursnd Army ot the liepulilic lien l.ogan
I'osl No! .III. meeis hrsl We'luesdav l
A. i. I'. W. hull. ' S. kv ss.
.1. 10. 1'Mi.iisii.x, Aiijl. Coin
Am, ri.'iiti llt.lt-r tit SleHlli h n:Mlli-ers. Ore
eon Coll mil No. I. meets lost unit
Ihllil MiluoliiNs, al A. (I. I'. W. had
Wa. II. k hN k ,
IIksi. K. Mmiick, duel I'.ugineer
Ortler of I'elido W hue Koi k Conn, il No
liril, meeis in W iiimIiiii ii Hall .'-alilltial
C. K. M t in', N'c ri'lary.
J , I.. Hi m iS'i. I oulisctor.
I nile.l llrollierlinoil id Carpenters and
Joiners ol Allltllia (men . Ill
eacli iii. mill al A. tl. I'. W. Hall
meets ii'i'i'liil and fourth t'lldavs ol
A. J. I'ikK, Pres.
I'. A. Kn.t.i mi e, .stc'y.
Itniiil Neiiihl'ius ol America Kdilh C
Mine l unip No. '.nm. meeis Ci ami ord
I'tldiivs al A. O. I . W. hull
M. Jennie l'im", Oracle.
Helllli'tU oiler, tieci'lder.
To Cure a Cold In a lluy.
Take l.sxiilive r.rouin (lu.nine Tul'Iet
All ilrui'iMsls ri'lund the ticm-v it it lull
In cure. K. W. (Hove s signaiine is on
eili'li box J "'.
VAYs ('roam in
The Most Satisfactory
CATAR R H
Kcincilv ;ukI (line.
li is lot s.iic iv .ill ltic.il i!tn;
KiXtit.it Sic, 5'H-. pel ludllc
l''utnily Sic, Jt ah) "
Liquid Cream Balm
ft q Use ill unmiii is, 7 tcnS
Will l.o unite, I .il Uic .ilmvc
ELY BROS.. 50 Wan en St..
New York City. N. Y.
OWES HIS I.I IK TO A N KIO lb 'US'
KIN UN ESS.
Mr. IV 1'. Ilauglilery. will known
throiignout Mercer nnd Summei
etiniilit s, V. Va , most likely owo
Ms life to the kliulncss ot u in iglilmr
He was almost hopelessly atflicted
with dial rhoeu : was attended by two
physicians who gate him littlt-. if
inv relief, when a in iglilsT leitruiug
of his condition brought him a Kittle
of Cliumlit'rluMr colic, cholera ami
liurrl.oci remedy, which cored liim
ill less than '.M hours. I or sale by all
REDUCED EXCURSION RATE
To the Seaside and Mountain
Keiorte for the Summer.
On and after June 1,110.1,016 South
ern Pacific, in connection with the
Corvallis & Eastern Hailroad will
have on sale round trip ticket fron.
mints on their line to Newport,
Yaquiua and Detroit at very low
rates, good for return until Octobei
Three day ticket to Newisirt and
Yuquina, good going Saturday and
returning Mondays are also on salt
from nil Fast Side point Portland te
Eugene inclusive, and from all West
Side points, enabling pcouln to visit
their faniiliei and njiend Sunday at
S 'iisou ticket from all East ide
point Portland to Eugene inclusive,
and from all West side point are also
on suli! to Detroit at very low rates
with stop over privilege at Mill City
or liny point oust enaliling tourists to
visit the Suntiam ami Breirenbusli as
well a the famous Breiteubush Hot
Spriug in the Cascade Mountains,
which can be reached iu ono duy.
Season tickets will I good for re
turn from ull point until Oetobel
10th. Three duy ticket will lie good
going on Saturday and returning
Monday only. Tickets from Port
laud nud vicinity will be good for re
turn via the Fast or West ido at
ofpion of jmssciiger. Tickets frrm
F.ugoiio and vicinity will be good go
ing via the Lebanon Spriuglicld
branch, if desired. Baggage oil New
port tlckest checked through to New
port ; on Yaquinu tickets to Yuquina
S. P. trains connect with tlio C. &
K. ut Albany and Corvallis for
Yaquinu and Newjiort. Traiu on the
('. & E. for Detroit, will leae Albany
at 7 :00 a. in., enabling t jurist to the
Hot Springs to reach there the same
Full information a to rates, time
tables, etc. , can bo obtained on ap
plication to Edwin Stone, manager
('. it E. H. K., Albany; W. E.Cotiinu,
(I p. A., S. P. Co. Portland, or
to iniv S. P. or C. & E. agent.
Kiife from Grit lit Puss to Newport,
Bute from Grunts Pus to Yaquiua
21 YEAHS A DYSPEEPTIC.
H. 11. Foster, IIIH S. 2d St., Salt
Luke Citv, writes " have been bother
ed with dyspepsia or indigestion for
21 years', tried many doctors without
relief; recently I got a bottle of Her
biue. One bottle cured mo, I am
now tapering oh on tlio second. 50c
nt Slover Drug Co.
If baliiei were for sale the most iuvet-
erale bnig ini-liuiiting woman in the
world would not look for a barguin bibv.
She would want the best Isiliy that couid
be bought, regardless of price.
l.very woman naturally cravsi a
healthy, handsome child, and her crav
ing cuii lie gratified if slic will but re-
iiiemlier that the child's health is her
own gilt, aud to give health she must
' have it to give.
utifiu l-,Iii- Itnv
-v r -s-
been weak aud uunv
"5 have nursed in strength
?i iff their first lining child
Vjjk -i utter using Dr. Pierce'
la f 1 Favorite Prescription. It
"'" I is the liest preparative for
maternity, ciu'inirugiiig the appetite,
quieting the nerve nnd iiuhicing re
fiejliing sleep. It gives the mother
Ut-ugth to give her child, and make
the h.ihy's advent practically painless.
Mv uif.: luid hrrn tick nrtirlv all hrr lifr,"
.iv Mi F K l i K kr, of I't-lcrtUtiiri;, Menard
I.i, Illei"t Hoi V-7. ".on! alter trvili evny.
Hung I c .uui think nf I maitr up tnv tmml to
llv ' I'.iv.Hitr l irsciij.o.ili ' I roI i UiUlcs,
win li inv win- lis.k a IiiMmkkhiIuI tlirr limfsj
a U-iv until lli Isiliy came. she fell belief
aflei t.ikiiu( the In si nudle, and when latl.y was
ts.tn lir wr ixlu-tl nine and a half tsaiii.ia Tt
4l.iv le- u si in.Millis rtl.l and wetclta Iwentv-lwo
pound. He Is ;i uoo.1 :i child at a nv on eould
Misli Tlie tl.H-ler miva lie m a healthy at any
istnv roul.i Is-, .itid also anva (he uae t,f vtair
' IMt. n no It, stitpiion ' wa the cauae uf hihq I
hi allliv l'.ilv "
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet are the
Is st anil Mlcst laxative for the use of
Dr. Cunn'i Blood and Nrvt Tonl.-.
There is not a woman iu this land
but at some lime in her life would
have K en the belter for the use of
this tonic. For diseases sctiliar to
women, a better medicine was never
inade. It is comlHiscii ol tlm ingre
dients from which the system bus
Ufii deprived by disease, over-work
or ih.sNiisitiou. It enters at once into
the tirculiition, building up the
tissues that have been wasted, and
making pure, rich blood in the most
direct way. For weak, nervous and
unsteady i ople, pimply, pale or
tleshless 'ople, it will iniike strong
steady nerves ami wive tlio complex
ion that wholesome lock that llidl
catcs health. We have hundreds of
letters that people have written us,
saving that they had gained iu good
solid tlos.li ut the lute of one lo throe
ivuiids pi r week while using lVr.
(null's lllootl ami Ncro Tonic. Il
should he taken after lie ah, one Ol
two tablet each time. Pruggisls sell
it 7.V vr ls or three boxes foi
f.'.OO, or M ilt lavsllsiiil on receipt ol
pro.'. We urn glud lo make reply
in letters of iinpury, the advice we
ivc you is plain, nud easily uutler-
sicod Address l'r r.osaiiko t o.
t hlla.l' lplilil, F:l
For mile bv V. F.
' You will need a stove the ti.ul
with nshrsto lining and cast iron
top is the best. I have theiu at sur
prisingly low prices, also the sheet
Tents in all weight and all sines
at less than elsewhere.
1 have a big stock of new and
Mcontl luiii.l goods everything you
can think of. l.et me show you.
IKE M. DAVIS,
fat X tit .
r. i is,,--
Reduced Summer Excunlon
The Denver 6c Kio Grande, popn
larly known as the "Scenic Line of
a World " I ma nnnnnneed creullv
reduced round-trip rate from Pacific
Coast point forj the beueflt of
teacher who wil. ijsud their vacu-
tion in the east, and of delegate to
E. A., at Boston; A. O. U. W., at St.
. ' D , ' t .,.
Paul;B P. O. E, at Baltimore;
Woodmen of America at ludiunapolis;
EagleiatNew York; Mystic Shrine i
it Saratoga Springs; K. of P. at
Louisville, and T. P. A., at Indian-
o-it n. . .
iitirii Ul luv IMIUUt'li ntHn w 111 le y
hased otsin one fare for the round
trip, but will be sold on certain days.
Tiiene ticket will carry stopover
privilege on tlio going trip, giving
passenger an opixirtuuity to visit
Salt Lake City, Glen wood Springs,
Colorado Spriug and Denver; and
will be good to return any time
within ninety (90) day. Passengers
going via the Denver & Rio Grande
ire given the privilege of returning
via a different route.
For the rate to the point yon wish
to go, and for date of sale mid otiie)
particulars, n well a for illustrated
pamphlets, write W. C McBRIDE,
General Agent, 124 Third St., Port
People that have dyspepsia have
weak stomachs, weak hearts, weak
eye and are usually weak kneed.
They feel bilious and tho world iu
general ha a bilious look to them,
they have so many symptom that il
i difficult to locate the place where
they feel the worst. The fact if) tin
source from where they get theii
strength has been cut off anil they an
sick all over. Tho food tukeu iutt
the stomach remain undigested,
causing belching, and biliou attack.
followed by sick-headache, and gcu-
ntl weakness. The medicine thai
put the stomach in condition so that
tho food can be readily digested, will
cure dyswpsia and make Btrentrth
where there was weakness. We have
cured thousands of person during the
imsi, zu year, ot dyspepsia, with Dr.
Gunn' Improved Liver Pills. A 25c
box of these nills nrn wonh more in
ix'ople with ixior digestion than sii
months of dieting or a eallnn of
pepsin. It only take one for a doBe.
we win semi two of these pills to
prove what they will do. W. F. Kre-
uier. sells them for 25 cent a box or
by mail on receipt of price. Write
Dr. Bosanko Co. Phi la., Pa.
NOTICE FOtt I'UBLICATION.
Timher Land. Act June a. 1H78.
Kosehurg, Oregon, July 30, 1H03.
Not:ce i berebf given that in com
i lisiice with (he pinvision of the ut ol
Congress, of June 3, 187S, entitled "An
t!' lor the sale of timher lands in the
Stales ol Califomia. Oregon, Nevada,
slid 'Vashintton Territory," a ex
temled to all public band State by let
of August A. 18112.
CAUKIE E SIMI'SON
of Ypsilanti.County uf Washtinaw, Stale
of Mii'huran, ha this day tiled
in tin ottiee her sworn statement No.
ffo;i for the purchase of the NW '4' of
Section No. (i iu Township tio. 88
South, Itange No. . 5 West, and will
olhr prool to show that I he land Bought
is more valuable for H timber or atone
than lor griciiltural purposes, and to
establish her claim to said land before
J.O Booth. County Judge, at his office
at Or an n l'a-e, Oregon, on Saturday the
10th day of October, P.m3.
She name a itnei-e : Albion W.
Sllsby.lieorge II. Smith, Fred H. brigits.
all ot (irunta l asH, Oregon, and Arthui
II. Simpson ol Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Any and all person claiming ad
versely i tie annvetlescnbed lands e
iitpiesled to tile their claims in this
i Hue on or before said ;'."! li ii.n of
Octoler, 1IKJ3. J, T. Hhiduss.
NOTICE FOU I'UHLICATION.
Timlier Land, Act JuneS, 1S78.
United States l.nml (lllii-e.
Koseburg, Oreiton, July 1:1, '.K);1.
No'iee i heretiy viven that in
compliance with the provision oi
the let ol Congiess of Jui.e II, 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the Slates of California.
Oreirou, Nevada ami W aslnugion Terri
lory," as extended In all llie I'uhlie
Laud States bv ct ol Aiimiat 4, l0
NFI.I.IE M. AM US
of Park Hi vi r, Coanly of Walsh, Stile
ol North llakma ha Una day filed in
tin Dilice heraworn statement No. fitti.i,
for the piirehaaH nl I lie S1, ol NE'4' ami
Ntt'ij of NK'4 ami NK'4 of NW '.
lb log Lots 2 slid 3, and S'a NE'a)
Scctiini No I! in Toanslnp No. ;ii South.
Hsnge No. ft W, and will offer pitsii lo
tin that (he laud sought is muie valu
able for its timher or atone than lor agri
cultural purposes, and to establish hoi
claim to bkiiI land before J O. Ilooth,
County Judge, si hi office at Orams
1'hss, Oregon, on M.iiuUv the ."uh day of
0 tolwr, l!K);t. She nsniel as nilnesses:
Wealev it Slieriunn, Smie E. Hilts,
W il'iam T. Turiihain, Hurt .Mums all ol
1 Irani Pass, Oregon.
Any and all ersons claiming adverse
Iv the arsive-ilescriiietl lands ure te.
tpiesietl to tile Ihetr claims iu ihis tti.e
on oi before Baiil .rth day of Ocioher P'oV,.
J. T. t.sllKll.s, Kematrr.
The UiYi-tt mud ever ai.. for a rt--m-nplion,
cliMnr-ti Iim.Ipj in Sttn hrMn
iiwo, Auif. 'M), I'.Ml. lint (rmi-ter in
Vulval HI sOICI Hllll Ml OCR (I l...iVl 0 I lit til
hh t v h ptiriv ul tii.Kiiifx. meti Iji
a cfifi'iti 1 fur luiulit' mul lm
lHii, liiihrio int'iirttttle ilit.fi.
Tliev wiiiineiu'e-l Ui mt;oui invrnii.
if.itiou of ihf sti-i tic Nov. I,V :,t,H)
tlii-y thler view rl corts of nt'ed
4imi iiii-iI H out on it tiiHtitit hx put : i n
itvrr llirv t t-r vm' on llie trfntinoni
ti t, tttt luiitt I hrin . The hIpo ait pii
-ii'iniit to tiHtne chroiiir, iiirumtilf i yt-,
IM la.limni-ttTt tl it uuh Ihe hysn-muh
tl tlie .esi vm er vilhrr wttil ot
lTi,k:n'iiiiitf favombU .
Tlifr Itemi: Inn Ihirlffii nr rtnt o!
fniuirt-, Hit 'iti. mr intliFtittf ami
rloitril llii imii u lii'h. The p'.n .H.intt
of ilit ii'V"iU'Mtlttf iititiniMft. nnd Ul
ilini.'til reform ) the u Pt t a er
piitlil. ait'l a ill be inniletl tree on
appll.' i 'ii A tl'eM J..HN J ri iTi'N
I oMi1, , loiiUt'iif ty M. S.n Kir,-ri-4,
A Liuilii' name (or the t'hii ago, Mil
autre A St Paul K.iilwav, known al!
over the I'nion Is the tireat Kail a ay
riinuing the "I'loinser l.iiuiteti" traini
eveiy tlay and night between St. 1'inl
ml ('lin o, ami Ouaha and Chit ago.
I bt only oerlect triini in the world
I'nilerslanil : Oonneviioni are made
with All Transcontinental Linea, assur
ing lo pisseiigi r the brat seiviee know n
l.niurioiis coaches, eleetiic ligbta, ilenu
.eai.ola verity recalled ly no other
See that your ticket rea.la via "The
Mil alike" when going lo any point in
tlir I'nilrsl Stales or ( ana.la. All tick
et agents tell them.
For rite, pamphlet or other iniol
nution, a l.beaa,
. . I'askv, C.J.F.uot,
Trav. l'asf. Agl. lleneral Agent,
Snmi, Wash. Foiri st. Or
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice ia hereby given that the un
dersigued ba been appointed adioiniii-tt-trtw
,,f ii.a ui.,1.1 ,if W. F.Herriiiit-
ton. deceased, aud ail having ciuiuis t
- ..uinal uiid W F. HtTrinitoll, (li
cased, ar! h reby notified to present J
lln.m trx I I ixa m.ilor.' fl L till SlOrUI
pf Ur(ult8 PaM H.ir(lwari. Company
in (jrauiH Pass, Josephine county,
Oregon, with the proper vouchers,
within ix niouths of this dute
Dated at Grant Pass, Oreg ;u, this
Ut, urtV of August, A. D. l'.M.
A. E. CARLSON,
. KOTICE TO CREDITORS.
notice I nereoy given uui u-
E. Peterson has been ap
pointed administrator of the Estate
of Charles Lee Ellsworth, deceased,
by tho County Court for Josephine
County, Oregon, and all i-rsons hav
ing claims against said estate arc
hereby required to present them to
tho undersigned administrator at his
office at Grants Pass, Orei-ou, duly
verified as by law requried, within
six months from the date of this
Dated August 111, llMfl.
J. E. PETERSON. Administrator.
H. D. NORTON, Att'y for Estate.
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons having any claim against tho es
tate of Job Audersou, deceased, must
present such claim or claims duly
verified according to law within six
month from the rinle hereof to the
undersigned Jesse M. Ilockett, ad
ministrator of said estate, ut Grants
Dated this 12th (lay of August, 11)03.
Jesse M. Ilockett,
Administrator of the estate of Job
NOTICE TO CREDTORS.
In tho County Court for Josephine
County, State of Oregon.
In the n alter of the estate of
J. F. Van Ness, deceased,
called Joseph Vuu Ness and
sometimes Joslah Vim Nes,
but whose true' given name
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Joseph Moss, has been ap
pointed by the Countv Court for Jose
phine County, Oregon, administrator
of the estate of the above named J. F.
Van Ness, deceased, and all 'rsom
having claims against said estate art
hereby notified to present thu sumo t
the said administrator at his office in
Gram Pass, Oregon, within six
months from the dute of this notice.
Dated Angust 12th, 1003.
Joseph Moss, Executor.
II. D. Norton, Attorney for Estate.
visit DR. JORDAN'S oaiar
MUSEUM OF ARATOMYt
Tkc Irf m AmIomIcOJ Mkncw to Ik
WcMid. uhrt -. e Uf ' at
aJlMMs fxvsttivvly earasi i,j Ik olda)t
ImuHih m lU laMi h-H j yuv
OR. JORDAN DISEASES OF MEN
Vraiua ,Se,autar ttaakata
fcM. .,Ub witktfw, tk us ((narf.
TmMltih, ull(a alal
Ml wra b, Ba,tan. A auick aaS
ndil car fo rilw. Vlara und
!. br Df. JantaaSj siual aaia
Cimaltatlaa r,M aaa MrirSToHnta Tiaawapa.
Ht'.i h kr latlar A Paidit ear In Ma
ode,ka. Wma km a ok raui.eaorMT all
tHalAOB. MAILSB Saaa. (A rMwaua kak W
0. W0 k CO, 1011 NarM It.t .
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take drove' Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly prim
ed on every bottle showing that it is sim
ply Iron and (Quinine in a tasteless form
No Cure Ho, Pay. SOc.
Mrs, Fred UnreJh.
Fi-tfMllrut ( nnntry lnb, Henloa
"Afttr my first baby was born I did not
s m to regain my strength although the
doctor t me a tonic which he consid
ered very superior, but Instead o getting
better I grew weaker every day. My bus
band insisted that 1 take Wine of Cardul
for a week and see what It would do for
me. I did take the medicine and was very
graMul (u fi..d my strength and health
slowly returning. In two weeks I was out
f bd and in a month I was able to take
up my usual duties. I am very enthusb
attic In Its praise."
Winoof Cariliiiroinfori.vi the organs
of pt'iicrat inn fur Uui onleul of pri'ir-nam-y
ii'ul rluMhirlh. It provnit.-t mis
can uu:t Nuwoman who takes W itie
of t'anlui TieMl fear tlio tomini7 of her
cliibl. If Mm. I tirath Inul taken
Wine of ('ar.lui before her baby came
she would iu"t liae been weakened as
ibe wiis. Hit r;ti.l recovery shouKl
commend this treat n inetly to every
exiMVlnr.t nuthrr. Wine of Cudui
regulate the menstrual How.
rtif ''' Urt,'nin and tht
("iii unu txith tin ou yi'ar lor $2 in a.i-
0. R. & N.
OlUr.ON sSHOKT MM
-ir is tiik-
H. nu,. i,. .ill K.i-:,'in 'ii t- l'urtland
AM TlinMili Tick,-!.", rt'ii.linj; ovr lhi hmti
arv f , m I via :
! i 1 1 I.llls aixl Di'iivi'l'. '
"s.'ile SI S.mthrni Iu-itir IV-i,tt
A I.. CHAM,
tiu'l. f.LsH'uur Airviit.
has stood the tat 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One end a Half Million
Time Curd IV o. Z'-l.
No. 2 For Ysquiua
Leaves Altanv 12:45 P. M.
Corvallis 1 :50 P. M.
Arrive Yaquiua 5:35 P. M.
No. 1 Returning
Leave Yaquiua 7:30 A. M.
Leaves Corvalli 11:30 A. M.
Arrives Albany 12:15 P. M.
No. 3 For Detroit
Leaves Albany 7:00 A. M.
Arrives Detroit 12:20 P. M.
No. 4 from Detroit
Leaves Detroit 1 HK) P. M.
Arrives Albany 5:55 P. M.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in time
to connect with the S. P south bound
traiu, as well a giving two or three
hours iu Albany before departure of
S. P. north bound train
Train No. 2 connects with tho S. P.
trains at Corvalli and Albany giving
dint t service to Newport aud adja
Train 3 for Detroit, Breiteubush
and other mountain resort leave Al
bany at 7:00 a. m., reaching Detroit
about noon, giving ample time to
reach the Spring same duy.
for further information apply to
EDWIN STONE, Manager.
T. COCKUELL, Agent, Albany.
H. H. CRONISE, Agent Corvallis.
ASK THE AGENT FOU
TICK 131'' IS
ST. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIf ,
AND ALL POINTS EAST
aTItAIIVfa UAIIiY o!
FAST TIJIE afii :
NEW Kyl'll'SII'T THItOl'GHOl! r '
ls,y Coaches, lulai:e and Tourist !
Sleepers, DlnlosT and llullel .
Sinukiii! Llbi ary Cars. I
Dayllglir trip ibrouuti il, (ascade'
and Kooky Mountain.
For full particulars, rates, folders, etc..
call on or address
II. DICKSON, c T. A.
J. W. PIlALO.N. r. r. a.
fi'i Third Street, l'orllaod.
A.'B. C. DENNISTON, (i. W. 1'. A
1112 First Avenue Seattle, Wa-h
can positively be cured with
OIL OF FDEN
SWEET SPIRITS of EDEN
...NO IDLE BOAST. .
Youi money will lie returned to
you in ease of failure, but there will
be no failure.
Your druggists sell theiu
HID GBANDL Vtii
THE SCENIC LINE
Through Salt Ukc City. Lcadville. Putblo, Colorado Springi, and Denver, and the
tamoui Rocky Mountain Scenry by Daylight to all Pointi East.
3 FAST 1'K.MXS DAILY BETWEF.X OCDliN AM) DHW KK"3
MODERN EQUIPMENT. THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOUR
ISTS LEEPlNG CARS AND SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE.
For 'itci, foldn and other
Inormition, Jdr. it
Visible Writinc Sunpk- NUthanism, Speed, Excellent Manifolding.
Iermntunt True Alignment and Durability at a Fair Price.
A Strictly High-Class .Machine Sold for $75.00
e i vvr v i : it re av 1 : 1 1 cc .
E. F. Buinpus. Manager, - - Los Angeles. California
'.'I--1Q Wilton I'.liu'lt cor. Smn anil Fir-t Street.
Courier and Oregonian $2 a year
Grove's Tasteless Chill
- - . ... vm, pMam ca jrov
SLKE Ct'KE FOH 1'ILKS.
Itching Piles produce moisture and
cause itching. This form, as veil a
Blind, Bleeding or Prolnulii g Piles are
luredby Dr. Eo-fan fco's I'i'e keintdv.
Ston itching and hleedinir. Aleorla
tumors. 60c jjr at Druggists, or sent
by mail, lreatire free. Write me
about your easv Dr. Bsieanko, Philada.
Pa. For lale by V. F. Kremer.
v?k M : -I' .i .-i.'rP4 1
.. a i; sfS
I i I i 3 " suFo. .
iv iUrf.v m
C.GoiriAN oi Co.,
Hiiii irr hi nr larinTrrn
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder, Urinary Oriana.
Also Rheumatism, Back
Sropay, Female Trouble.
Don't becomn dlacouraged. Then la a
CUie for you. if u'.:ess:,iy wrllo lir. tenner
Y.v luia ..t a lit.' tltnu curintt Juat 8UCQ
Caseauayuui-s. Alt c'uusultutluua fred.
"For yearn I hud bnckache. aevere palna
arruMkiuuryaiuid sculdiuit uriuo. 1 could
not cut out uf tad wlihuut hlp. Thouseof
Ilr. Fruner'a Kidner anil Ilai'kiirne t'ure re
lumnl mo. O. WAUUNGIl, K nulwvllle. Fa."
nruffiliu IW It. Avk forConk Rook-Frea.
For tale by W. F. Krrmer and H. A.
A a er y a not
7 1 r-v-Mrntrairr
Copyrights 4 c.
Anone flpntllnir n ki1rh mid rteftcrtptln i nni
qulcklr aertnm iinr intin-:i frtu whotlter hii
liivt'tilton t ppihnlily pteentiihlp. "iuiini:if-;v
tttm"it hotly 'ritlunt iitt. Hj.r.dt.iM'k tn ri te.u
i'lH fri'M. (M'lt't HL'HIII'T for Wllrllll,- it1('ti..'
I':itt'tit!t t:i!iii trtr-.uh Vui.ii A (o. rotwlvo
Ipfrlot mitict, wit hunt chn-irt;, in t,;i.
A hntnldniPlT lllii'tntcrt WfcV'. I -iri't ritv
nilniloii of nit t Pi ('' 1H1' (tin el. 'i i f iiia.
T':ir : f 'tir nont hs. 1 1. lit ;i 1 wwm'.-r.leiR.
ilranoh o:)1t e, Cj K Ht., Wiubliic Ik C
I 24 Tmi.d ar.
Guaranteed to equal any
Tht Chicago Typewriter Co,
52-5"4 Market St.
No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
mock Root, Uvcr Pillv.