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ROGUE K1VER COURIER'GEN. ' JoUBERT
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
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1 he GreM Boei Ce.va.lry Leader The Da v is Observed by Veterans l'rni:res in Mining1, Lui
I Speaks Toniyhl. and Friends. ' and Agriculture
Lmsiuw jPEtoGVE SHFEP TO PITT!
? 1 ne no ikM"s to report' j - ...
We arc bating nice warm Weather. ;perry McDiniels Will Drive His
Gill' nil Joubert, ti.e Boer cavalry Tin- nn mnrial xcrt -sis of the G. A.
louder, if (ho Orange Free State Hp. R. anil VV. H. V. v. ere hi -Id at the
public arrived tin morning from (Im np'r.i hoii-o nn Monday. Th onh rs
A. E. VOOKUIES, l'ltoi'K. & Mni;h
Entered at the post othce at (irnuts Ps
Oregon, as second-rlas mail matter.
THURSDAY. Jl'NK 2, l'.tol.
Nut Monday is eh ( (ion ('ay. Si c
that ikiio but the lust mid inert cm-pcti-nt
mm nro thou n ns c flirt rs, ik
matter en what ticket llicir niuiiri
niuT aiiror, mid at (he mine lime re
buke (ho tows r,f loth i arlit s who
are trying (o cajole you into voting u
straight ticket. Let (he most rh -scrv-il
g he ( horn i, irrt s t t livn of tin
demands of interested i anion
north and will hi lure at the opt ra
iliousn this Thursday evening. He will
talk on the early s,-t 1, mi nts of the
Boors iii South Afrioi and (Ir ir g -il-eral
lijptorjr and ail illustrated heturi
,on die gnat struggle f"f liberty,
j (jell. Joulert 1,,'is been speak ing to
; largo audiences all n In: k (he line am!
UrantH Pa-s is fortunate in having an
oiIiortnnity (o hear him. Ho will be
at (he .Ti'Mi iiIi iur hotel during the day
ami will he glad to lin t any of the
citizens who d i-in- lo iinet him.
Ill connection with the assumption
of the Obsotver that our couiily ex
)ietisc have inoreiisid hi cause of the
democracy of (he county Judge mid
eouimlssioiiiTS, It la interesting to
uolo that tho Douglas comity ih bl has
grown from li, W.I 1H In VMM to
IMII.K;C.!;i ill H4. an lin-ri u ol
j;0,.r.i;I.(J7 in four yi iii rt and that too,
under rtjiuhlicaii management.
The high deleft of iiillueuce which
Hon. K. A. Booth possesses, gives
him an advantage In legislative work
over tho treat majority of the men
who will he bis colleagues in the next
legislature am! makes him a iiiokI
Valuable man for (ho disliiet which
lio represents. Measures advocated hj
him will not he smothered, for his in
llu lice ill inanilk (onsiilt lain u mid all
Ills work lou n t h.
met at hfad,iiartt-rs and march, d in a
l;i dy to th o era hi. use w In re a lare
anilii-ii' e was nuremlili d.
H' hiih-H the ritnalii-tie exercii.e.i i f
the i) A. K. roiiduet d hy ('oiniieni'l
er John Patrick, m hiii f program va
iren'-iili il and excellent addr ?
were ilelivi red.
A v. iy irctly little mem irial exer
cise wan ir("iile( ly a numb r of
chil'Ireii and a reciti tion wa fiven
l.v Minn Iva Day. Hon. (Jen. II. l),ir
ham wan tin n iiitroi'uci d and l'Hvi- a
hi iel adilrem in word w II cIiom ii and
(lioucht and k'-ii I i linn t in kiejinj;
Willi the cfiimn' niorative i'h a of thp
'In V 'rt oli-ervalici'. At (lie .'oiil'luriou
of Mr. Durham's npeei h, Col. .J. H.
t'lawfuid was introduced and (avo a
brii f adilrcs full of fervor and elo
iufin e, er i i r i iik the audience to i n
thuiifiui and lereiviiitf eoiihiderable
Al the euncluHioii of (he iroiriiiii in
iheojiera Iioiihc, the j.ioci .hion r.
formeil and marcln rl to the bicycle
I -ilk, where (he exi rcicii were con
J. T. J.uyii n of f'rovolt, wus at
'JranH l'ai-s TuiMlay.
A. K. Ko.i of liriiiepoiuf, Ap
i! , was a vij-itor to (Jiants I'dm."
J-'rauk ,.i 1 1 ii of WiiliauiH, iced
tliloti'i I'rovolt 'J uet-day ( n Iti -i way
to (iran'H l';i.
The .Stir Irani of I'rrvolt jiluyed (he
W. I!. I!. t. am Sunday. The gallic
ntood 7. to l-'i ill favor of the .Star team
of si hcol bov.H.
f I'ann haii
NolhliiK truthful can be Haiti ,'iK';iin.-l
Jehu WcIIh ih a raiiilidale, an an olli
cial or ns a man, and ho Ih tun well
known to ho lied about with much
effect. He In one of (ho Hafcid men for
COlllllllhHioilcm lllllt COUld bo Heleel. il,
and, bavliiK already held the olliie for
four yearn, (hero will ho nothliiK ex
peiinienlal in his re-election. Ho if
known to ho (lio rixlil kind of it coin
lliliolier for he has been trii i ami
Tho name of a man's political faith
is uo of his lltiicnH for county
ollieo. The tariff has no eouuei tion
with (he du(ies of rlei k or kIu rill' ol
Jusophiiie counly. Neither lias flee
silvor or imperialism, while the only
trust lo bo considered in this connec
tion is (ho Josephine county ollii i
(runt, which seek control of both
ofliers. Tho election of Lovelace and
Klover will jjivo us ( Hirers In fact, a
well its in nam. .
Slovcr and Salaries
The republican orat-irs keep on re
peating the hiateiiniil (hat I si!iii d a
petition to have the salaries "I rotinty
ullirials raised. I -lo not object loan)
fair stateini nt v.f my act and submit
that when they simply go around and
read tlie pitiiinu Isignid, without
any further explanation, tin y do n,,
a gro.-H iiijuslii-e and they know it.
The pi litron I tigned wai circulated
alter the bill as oiiginallv introduced
had pa-sed (he linusi. and was pending
ill I III- Senate. As the hill pa.ise I the
house (he s-thiry of i-hcrilf was ifjnw
.fid ofcleik, ilitin and the In usurer
Has left at too. 'I he bill as pass.-d
was House liill ,11, The p inion 1
signed ai-ked lo have (he sahuy of
shetiir init at S'iU, clerk at if Mod, a
material reduction, and the Irci-uier
lixi d at di().
Afler the petition-, reached i In- m n
lie, the hill wru aim inh d and s- nt
hai k to the hoiiHe for eoiieui r uce,
with (lie salaiy of sheriir .'((till ; cleik
fl iOtl; tiea.-iiri r, li'iHio. Had the p. j.
lion I signed been followid, tin- i i.iiljiit llie lint Suiid.iy in II
I'ouuiy would be aviug the sum of
lull per year. I submit to tl e voti i
-d this county that my om I inn was in
the illlelesl of It ledin lion i f -ahilii s
I'reachnd Farewell Sermon.
Ihv. Ilohi rt Leslie preached Ins
farewell sermon as pastor of lint I ir (
Hapf ist ( hurch of (irants Tifs, last
Sunday evening He and Mrs. Leslie
left tin- next morning for Oakland,
lire., w hi re they have a fiuil larm,
anil will spend the suinini r tin re.
Lev. .1. J!. Travis of Uochenler, N.
V. has been called to (he jiastorate
and will arrive witli his wife and two
children in July. He will occupy the
Curei Old Wes
U csimoielaiid, Kan- , May
KiMaMi Huoiv Liniiui'iit Co
Tho right man in the right place
will bo I). F. Lovelaco in tho sherill's
ollieo. Ho is one of tho fittest men fi r
the place, that could bo selected to
either Jarty and If fit rlrd, will Ik
one of our best olllcials. Ability to
meet (bo requirements of the cilice ii
a sound reason for eln ting a cinull
(late and it is this ability Unit do
liiiiinls voles for Lovelace fioui all pin -ties.
In public and private hn he h
a cllizou wllhnut rejirnie Ii and he will
command as sheriff tint same esteem
and resptct (bat lie docs as a man. II
Lovclnco is eh cttd the sin rill will hi
tho herlir, mid not a proxy, by which
some oilier mail controls the ol!,c.
Xllin of the thinnest campaign aigu
mollis that can be product d is that
which makes a man's political faiih a
titaudard to mtasurehis ability critic
rient y an a counly ollin r. Li lwein
national politics and (be tl i: 1 1 s of a
Counly olliec, (In re is abu'lutely in
rolilleclliin. The id. a II, at any man
is a better or wor.ic county cllicial be
cause he is a n publiianoi a .1. iiicerat,
Is absurd and isutieilv tliie.olb.n,, a
H camiHilgii argument. I't isonal ipial
iflradim is die important thing m
counly jmliiics. Thr ( lb-, i v. r's al
tacks on (he nn nit ers el' the c unn
board, condemning (hem In cause lliev
aro democrats, have a hntici ably ..hal
Tho ilillali d biigabuii id' the !.-
t'tclicat case, Im light out a n ,ii ,
crow (n frit'bl.ii vnli is away Ii in
K. Ueamcs, was duly pui.ctin. .1 and i
now utterly riilliipr.nl, bating nc ,, n
slide argument against bis i, i !, , tu n
Sir. lieaiii. - Is on - ci'ib,', tv 1., si
llistricl Nil I il net S Seidell! i ' i . . . 1 1 1 1 t -cter
had. Mitt way in who hi is tv
celleli'-e is shown is m tl,,. l.ne,. ;,
ber id pit as of gtnlit , - ,t nig t;,. IV
penst s of trial w In. I, h.i i , 1 , , ,.
it rrii in iim pa-t to , n-. i
courts of Jack -on iiinl Jos. 1 u.,
ties. These haw l , ti n, many
the result t.f Mr. I;, aiii. s w i
it.v in haiiilliiig , a-. .- .tti . I l,i, . .
iilg atratigen,, nt (,( th,. ,A , , ,. ,
is among ilic ,. v I, i, )m.. , f
ftssinii in Soul In tu tin gi i,, is ,
class ollieial, and it
judgment to t , I, in, , him ,
nian I'Miti lc c , t a c a ,, ,,,,
mil lint an increase.
I J t-sjar-t I n 1 ly yours,
Mel a Bear.
Miss Nellie Miller who calm- from
Chicago last week to secure a I iinher
laim, came lit ar having a hear stun-
to ti ll. She was sitting on log In a
ravine, while licr escort m ule a trip
to the lop of a hill, mid on bis return
he stirred up a bear and two cubs,
which slatted pell-mell down the hill
nn I headed fur Miss Miller. I'm tun-
tlely they discovered (In. lady In time
lo change their cinirse and avoid lim
ning over her.
i Liniment cured an old sin
side of my chin, that wis stippir.cil
j to he a lancer. The sore was sttib
- born and wi iild not yield tn treat
ment, until I trn d Snow Linnin nl,
which did 1 1 in wtnk in short order.
Mv sister, Mrs. Sophia .1. Carson,
Alb nsville, Milliu Co, I'a, has a
sole ami mistrusts that it is a caiuer.
I'. rase send lu-r a -V)r bottlr. l'or sah
by Slotvr Drug I 'n.
Holler and Fntflne for Snlo.
Olio Atlas Firebox I 1 1 i I r and center ! In b.
etaiili engini. i . I', in tine con. ii-I I a v,
tioii, fur hi In at a bargain. In use j
one year. For p.itrieulars iii.iuiie of .
Conger llros., V i lilt rv i I If.
Spetlrtl Snlo Date lor St
r.xposltlnn l it Uets
Juiie ,tli lias been authori.eil as a
sal" date tor l.'iiiisiai, a I'lirchas.' !x
position tickets, in addition to sale
dates aiiiiotiiici d for June, this coin es
Mtc; has been made to aecommo'Iate
i in gn ii ,eoplc, and w ill i n.iiiin tln-in
al the Kposit ion on (In gun
June l 'lb. W: Ii. Coman,
I!, l'a-s. Agl
The speaking at Gran
can-' d a gtt at i xt itemi nt
p. ople of I'rovolt. Thorn n ill
number of young folks present.
The farmers of Ibis locality are
very busy at jm sent cutting thttir
(iist crop t f nlfaifa luiv. It in not
p ady to rut, hut ow ing to tho w ild
gt it n ijnirc. rutting curlier than
the si t end r third crops.
Hun Win. Culvig of Jai ksonvilie,
made tpiitc an interesting sptecli
Tti.sday night at Hose's hull. He
was mostly representing the candi
dates of (lie republican ticket of
J.ici.son county. Vote for Gush New
bnrry, for prosi ruling aitorniy for
.l.aol.si.ii and Josephine rnuiitii-s.
Sainui I I'rovolt of I'rovolt has rent
cl hi- farm on Audi-gate for the coin.
ing lite years.
Mr. l rovo:i has been in this part of
Or gnu for some .VI yuir.s on this
hinn II,. thini.s it Is I line to hnvc
fur linen b 'font it is too lale. He is
-nine so v, a of age and a hard labor
er, lb- w ill iut i vc to (Irants I'um fi
ii.'e during tl,). lit-,, years which lie
Ihiiil.s will It, a gn.,,,t improvemeiil (o
l.i. In allli.
Lister I.aytou and (!. Sparlin, who
In ve bu n al Waldo mining during
Hie t im, r, returned to I'mrnlt Sun
day on a short visit. They report
liavn g ihnie well, cctisid, ring the
'lilhetilties wliicli tin y had to meet
wilh. Tin yarn both considered good
miin.is and until island how tho prop,
eily should he handled to make a
paying proposition nut of it. We
wish tin m Micct ss iinil n large clean
up this fall.
The (irants I 'ass hoys had lit Iter
play I'm volt next beforo playing Ap
pl'gati.. I'rovolt and Aiiplceatc
a tie g inn' Sunday, J to 7,
innini'. Tim duth inning
run over I'rnvol',
A V. Banna rd - L'ndisrta Iter.
r re' He-'
Comfort and Style
ii ymi try t
II A I'.lll'
;iiil m1 i A
Is K lop two
il is cry i
M 1 1 r-1 1 sin
Ii.IVC llicin Imtli! I'.illltT' (Hit' liy ilsclf is
i. Il N c;i-y In lii.iKc ; sllili slinc, but
lillicull In cii:til'!iic lliclu'.i. 'I'ti iniilsc ,i
ifllldt is. Cnllll'til tlll'Il' i.-. tltc liijlicst Ml'l.
A slitu' in, n
Xt'W il MllM
A i). 1 tin licit. 'i' il Ii
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Iter il w il
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llll ( lilt I - I'. lit
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in an inliiiilt
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led anil all ncca-sitMis
waul I w ice a many clia nccs
m lect inn, 1 1 i.Miccn 1,'iialit .
i- "l.tuccn IJual
caiisc it is in. die
alicly cf si.c--nil
all sli;iics t'l
'Kill's sV. tl
', ,1 ... ,
w ill'"' could not he regained by our
playi r-. Tlie tenth h ft the scores 'i
I" in favor t.f A pplegai,.. Grants
I'.tss and Aiiph'gtt.i stood H to 10 in
favor of Apph gat" Jacksonville 4 It,
I I in favor of Apph gatc. (irants I'ass
w ill play next Sunday, June .1, a( (lie
Apj'l' g He ( In ds w ith the Apple-
g.ite team as In lure. All con.. ,1
i good game.
Meilin has f,,r m.w buildings
vtliich h.ive been erected by the Merlin
Townsitc level,, pnieiit (',,.
'I I. ere is a i unior of a marriage (o
on nr here in a few dins. t w,.
lhat Cupid has ag nn m nl,. this one of
Il S CaMlllL.- 1 bu t S. We lit.,, I'm.i.l
I In' Jelll elallcc Toglam lell liTeil III
tlie Methodist Chun !i was positively
'In- best , t, r given ,r,, iN '
st i ong sent iment in favor of temper-
ance in and urouiid .Merlin,
j V in. Urt iioids and Mr. Ht ges, tin
I lacksiniih, have a, bli d tin ir ipiolii to
I the inn, as,, i.f tan ulaii, a, ,,, i,i
I itln is ,, tin,, (in gon girls. All art
bong w-ll. ;.,h fe- linos, veil.
't is t , I ,ii!t,. limlecideil whether
.i- not Merlin will celebrate on li.dr
I" "'i' nc- Pat. The pn vailing opin
'"" ''1 botwver, that we should
' bo I1 il Up" OH tile l ,,f July,
i 'or post t.tli. c will probably change
!.' ati.-iis tins w, , j,. Mr. I.ault ruiau
i- not ot . i anxious but will make the
. hang,' cnlv I ir the riiiivrliicurf -)l the
I-it mils of II hire. II,. is a kit tl
'el 1 1 li,:mg 1 t: 1 ' I lc m ivanl.
dim, I lal day e, u , ., s Were hehi at
r;, .,saiit .ill, y Monday, and were
w M all, ie, and the day well obser
Crops are growing nicely, although
a little rain would bo beneficial.
Hume of our loeplc took iu
Grants Pass on Decoration day
Ly examining tlie pruut, ;rees, we
find the crop will be below tho ave.
ago. The cold raiu when (he trees
Were in bloom, blighted the blooms
(o a certain degrea. Tho apple crop
will by large, so will all kinds of
Most of the farmers have (heir gard
ens well worktd, so haying will com
mence in a short time. Tho hay crop
will be big, and that means big
inruey as m ist of the farmers Ii ivo
turned their attention to raising hay
Homo of our plater minis are run
ning yet, w ith j It tity of wa'er.
Others are cleaning up. Locr Grave
creek scorns to be the cenler of attrac
(inn for for miners. A large amount
of duelling will be done this so tinner.
Tim Gold Bug on Mt. Reuben is
shut down. That mine has not run
reguluily for reason Is st known to
tlie owners of (ho mines.
Business is quiet, as it is on the
eve of ele tion. Our moneyed men
have tin ir wtatlur cyo open, loser
how election will gn. When th'is
county has In en under repuhirau rule,
thetimoiiiy was pleutiful; all kinds
of business was flourishing. If (he
democrats should elect part of their
men, then discord will come, con
fttli lien w ill bo broken, sr look out
voters, how you vote, for tho re
publican ticket is mado up of good
solid men, and it behooves you to
vole the strait ticket, h. G. Smith
has mado speeches in this precinct.
We well remember whin he was it
good rt pul l can, hut now ho has be
come a prodigal. I'erhnH. us Bob
gets older, he will see his error.
Some people hlauio tho Courier for
printing dcinorriitie ranipaign matter,
hut I nm satisfied that Mr. Yoorhies is
a republican and will voto for m;st of
the repu l.i lean nominees.
Fresh testimony in great quantity
is coiistniitlv coming in, declaring Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion Coughs and Colds to he uneiiial-
ed. A recent expression from T. J.
Mel arlund, Ilentorvillc ' Ya. , serves
as example He writes: "I had
B.-onchitiH for thru years and doc
tored nil tho time with out being
benefitted. Then 1 began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery, mid a few
buttles wholly cured mo." Finally
ehVotivti in curing all Lung ami
Throat (roubles, Consumption, Pneu
monia and Grip. Guaranteed by
National Drug store and Grants Pass
Pharmacy. Trial bottles free, regu
lar sizes .10c, null fl.OO.
Perry McDaniels has found it neces
sary lo remove his sheep from his
ranch near Selma on account of loss
he sustained d iring the w inter. He
brought orr a bind of ahnut HO'X)
from the Klamatn country for the
purpose of w intering them hero. But
on account uf the heavy winter rains
(hey lost about OIK) of them. Be
cause of ti n feud existing between (he
cattlemen and she. piui ii in eastern
Oregon, he considered it unsafe to re
turn there with (hi) baud and has
started for the Mount Pitt country.
Waldo, Oregon, May 211, Lull.
Kdilor Courier :
I wish to say to my frituds and the
tax-ayers of Josephine county, both
democrats and republicans, (bat I be
lieve a mistake bus been made iu nomi
nating one ,1. T. Log in for county j.
commissioner. 1 have no hesitancy in
saying that I believe Mr. Logan if j
not (iialitied for tnat other and that
(hero aiemany more good reasons why ;
he should nut he eli ctt d. If Mr. Logan
insists upon knowing what Hit so reas
ons are, I will readily publish some of
them over my signature, names, days
and dates. I do not say this us a mat
ter of politics for I believe the best
interests of the county are first As a
proof that I am not particulary hide
bound, imlitically iu local affairs,
though I am, mid always have been a
democrat, I will sty that I shall cast
my voir for Hon. 11. A. Koolli for
Joint senator. I shall do litis because
of his valuable services for Josephine
county iu former legislatures
W. ,1. WIMER.
At tlie Big Htore of
Now receiving an unusual large lot of Selected
All qualities. A good Paper at 10c a roll. Our
sales have been large and we have on hand a lot
of remnants which will be sold very cheap. Tho
largest stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Mattings, Art Squares and Rugs
and at lowost prices a good article can bo sold.
...STOVES AT COST...
North Side, Sixth Street, opp. Western Hotel.
Grants I'as, .... Ortgon.
15he -Staff of Life.
It should ho of great importance to everybody iiow to live and what
lo eat. The HON TON BAKERY willi its new niunogcnieiK, A. (jig
ler and his many years of practical experience iu every brunch of the
lmkiug trade enables him to produce Hie most wholesome and mitri
Cons IiHLAD and delicious PIES ami CAKES offered to the public.
Tli" ingredients entering into onr bakery goods are selected witli (lie
greatest care and aro of tho purest and best materials that money run
buy. To convince yourself of this fact put run ue
U)e Ton Ton Bakery,
A. GIGLER, Proprietor.
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, bob- program was lisieu
ugbni.t by the gatln ring
e in'i i, st ami an a precia
! I- .in.l top, r.
i-i near beie and but few
"k.ng lor work ;an, tbrv.
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too', place be
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lie- ber and hnn
vt ho l ad manhood
l is si,i, r h.iin in
I at t.v I. id ait.iki ii
i i-, n and get a p. a, I
. i: d game t f mar
Mi l I'll bt i it i . n tic
.1. H. Cochrane of Medford was in
Mrs. Witt was in Grants Pass on
Thursday on business.
Mr. Thrasher of the dam, was iu
town visiting friends.
Lorn To Mr. and Mrs. Koiiworthy
on (ho i-'d, a daughter.
.Mr. Yt'. J. Stanhy was iu Medford
on business u few days ago.
Mrs. and Miss Cox went to Meiifotd
Wednesday to visit fiieuds.
Mrs. Clement was in Grants Pass
Thursday on a business trip.
Dr. Kecne of Medford, was iu lowu
looking after county interests.
Mrs. 1!. Whipple and others wt re in
Giants Pass Monday celebrating.
Tint Hope Presbyterian church will
hi' dedicated on the '.'nth of June at a
Mrs. Marlowe and son, fiom Cali
fornia, were in town visiting a few
Mr. J. Cunningham, rf tint Hnitie
st ike initio, has r tumid from Cali
fornia. Mr. Moore, our enterprising- hotel
man went to Grams Pass Thursday on
Uev. Shields of Medford, was in
town on tlie '.'ilh and made it pleasant
visit at the Manse.
Mi', and Mrs. Yokum, who ware re
lent ly married, are spending their
henr) im on t ii 1 tans creek.
Mr. J. Cunningham and Mr. Ciller
ot the ! Ionic stake mint' were in Unnts
Pass Satuiilay on business.
Sabb.tili, the IM, of June w ill he j
children's day. A ingrain of song j
and spe, tins will be given in hartui'nv '
w mi the -v. an ti.
Mr W. It. Gore rf Medford made
1 good sp, eh in fatnr of lb,, countv
on the '.'ith and warmly
t lerm.inii, tor t
lull if l ;
How'i This ?
We offer (Jnn Hundred Dollars re
wrnd for any rase of Catarrh that
tiiuiiot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CliKNKY iv Co., Toledo, ().
We, the undersigned, have known
F.J. Cheney fur the hist la years,
and h 'lievo him prefectly honorable
iu all business transactions ami
financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by bis (inn.
Walding, Kiiinaii it Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting direelv unoii the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
'Vstiniotiials sent free. Price 75 rents
per bottle. Sold by ail druggists.
GOOD t A STL' HE for horns or cattle,
near town. M. W. Wheeler.
FOR HALE-HI H. P. gasoline engine
for sale. A bargain. Inquire at
EIGHTY-EIGHT acres ot bottom
hind, under cultivation, eight ill
lions, 12 iu orchard. Four miles
from city, two houses; price fl.jOO.
Addresi Mrs. Betsy Turner.
I.'AI.M KOU SAI.K-two miles from Mer
lin, inn ai res -about an acres nt gt,d
l-ott'iiu hintl, -j.', Hcres in cultivation, .small
house ami barn ami about aO ai res under
leu, e, I, sluu, e of land suitable fur orchard
Takti Hail's Faniilv pi I h for const i- ' ",r 1 "r,; ,."r "',""'' particulars ad
llltj()11 " jdrssW. M. trutv, Merlin, Oregon.
.-ill nt nr, iiiut ii. rutin nm up Ann
Ask your dealer for Rogue River
Creamery Butter made at Medford is
now 50 cents per two-pound, sijuuro
Grants P&si Vee.thor
Following is a summary w.'ath-r ob
servation al (irants l'a-s, timing (lie
iiionlh of Mat-, l!it4, as reported by
J. B. I'jdilnrk, local voluntary observer
for the Oregon State Weather Service.
minimum teuis r.ilurt.,
Teiu. j inch
' '.' ! "
smile orchard, small trim in
: il.undance; water lor irjiiniliiui, besides
1 springs on every 40 acres: center of a good
ninge country; tvwi dwslling Imu-es, nig
Lam. every thing complete; well sheltered
from trusts, good minim; markets, one
Iinil mile north ot Tunnel 'J, price f-i,rH).
' liupiire at this ollice.
iFUKNISHEI) ROOMS iu private
i hoii8(, witn or without rmurd. Coi.
Nth and Front streets, Mrs. L. A.
Si rube I, proprietor.
j J. H. MULLEN, Propr.
! Shaving, Hair Cutting:
! Baths, Etc.
j Kv rythiug neat and clean and all
! w-ork First-C'iass.
Ner.t to Pa'ace Hotel.
L. 6. HIGGINS
C. F. LOVELACK
For Circuit Judge
K. H. DUFUR
R. V. CLARKE
J. A. SLOVER
It. C. PERKINS
For Joint Senator
teinper.iture, 57 . .
. ''4, title, '.'I;
I'' ; Total snnw !
"I No. of d.IVS clear -'
partly cl,i'.ldy, :!, eioudv,' 5; l.,',.s ,f
lUht Iro-t, (i ; mud s W.
Gold, Silver, Copper, Leud, l each
Gold and Silver, fl.
Bought and Rt liiit tl f,,r Dt ntal Tradt
r.acli and every assay iliiii,, with the
nh a that it may be chocked.
rt nib n d
gt-i'd music, M;.,. Stanley of ,sl,.
land an I Mi-s Mere -ilso n mien d
g,M I s, rt i.-c in a innsical w tv
Deep, tearing or w rt-n.-biiig pains,
o ca-ioiieil by g, tliug wet through;
wiirs-, tl n ut n st, , r on liist moving
tin' limbs and iu colli or damp
w.-atber, is cured iuickly by Bal
lard's Snow I.iiiiment. O-car Olcsou,
Gib-on City, Illinois, writes, Feb
''"' "A yeir ago I was troubieil
witii a pain in my back. It soon g,,t
so bad I could not 1 1 over, duo
bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniiiu ut
cumi me. .'.', .',., 1 tKI at SloVt
Waterman's Ideal Fountain
from Vi up at Cramer Bros.
PIAXO CONTEST COl'IoN
I hereby cast 5 votrs for
Fill out t In
lo (his ollice.
I '. I.
coujmiii and st ml
J A. Slut, I I .,. ,,, ,',,.
yeais, In ell a ci, -t t ., ! i , t
(o Grunts I' t.-- 1 1 i i .
spirin tl man tn till
a benl din , I. r n ,, ,! . :
size and itiipot t.iiu-- '; ,;
altaiii'd and tb. ih.tt is , .
I'll 1 1 ti -I cl tn , ii :, , .,, , 1 1
standing. Mr ,'-l,.t, . '. v
niember of tbe -.
criticism. II,. h.ot I
faithful to II. a mt ta
olteii taking in: ,
which he cotibl iii
from his own I a:--,
ti)nis n.-alinn he i,
prreial ion of the j ,,u
and tin. sin, ah I ina
debt of giatitub' i
good rt astui f( r t i,
otllcc, but when tl,,.
ait ways riit'-.l foi tl, i:;,
cast, with Mr. Sinter, aj ;
Rood service rt udei, d, in
i-xprt'ssed u( tl,,. p.dis.
v, .I.:,-, ,iK- i
111. I I
a. in. II
, ! t.l II
l, ! en ntu iiiun :
.1 .it J p. i A d. I '.;: ,;,l s lion ben, 1. 1
,ore ;i; iSvrl' '' rein-ve i' H.,Vl. ,.
i s Hi fa- ; rt'l'l ' A dose ,.f H, rblnt- al If ilium
1: tvasl;,:i1 fn ;ii. ut small tins, s cf Hore
i,. .,.v,.r. bnilll I M nip dan ig tln'ilay wiilrr-
It. I iv 1 1 f,,r wlioepsng cwigji,
t. liiii t, for ronsiiinji: (,,,,, f,,r
ins. Mrs J,. Metiraib. :;j K
lluti binson, Kau., writt s :
is'-d Lallird's Horehouinl
Ube Brist Boomerang
l it tv.
f. r :i
i I .
II. . f II
b" Vt lib!
li, -I -n
can Ii I
i i - .
It t 1,
Vt -II hi
' it- tin
, ut (or
- w il.hr
' I aring a
and find il tl
l.l .tt Slot . i
e I" ; Hlal
I t V, r ust d
I 'rug Co
ft -il.it -
s , i - Is :
v -: .- .si
Duiinif (be hot in, , nibs, ti
ill be o.u (iu Siiiui.lat , t
i t, . ; i
I t tk -
I'litdlr D.ttv'l HcJ This
Jenuio 11. Judsi n, sec.
- t r si:,
, r olhii
at ll .
t.t i , ti r
1 1.-, I
Sud by fill Do. tar
! "A doctor here I. as sued me for
fl.' . winch I claim,.,! s tu.,,,,.
l-no for a n.,. f ihol.ri luoibus,"
vty li. Whit,.. ,,f Ciuchella, C,,l.
" At the trial he i rai-cl bis medical
.:!l and m, tliciu... ( asketl him ,f
' " ii"t Chamls-rUin's Cclir,
t'ho'.rra and Di.iriluic.v Komeilv he
ti-t-'i, a I hid g,l reason lo U-li.-i,.
II w is, and lie would not say under
oath tint It was net . ,,.,r
ccubl use a U Iter .remedy than this
in a r.i-e of t hol-ia inorl us, h ,,,
fails Sold .r a:i driigg ,ts.
I r -ic's b, i.: (. t.ke T,amb. r
'"" ".;-!' nil.! Liver Tablet, m, I
x 'I'm k i ur, is r.-rijiu Fur mile ! v
tan I ...
li e I'ri I P. e
t UiHtiiierane will
Inch Prist is laved will
P down iu history as I lit
most wonihrfullv novel
invention f (I,,, age. If in-iruc-
ttons tire carefully observed, auy
cue can, with but little practice
do wit, i it such incredible things
in ii w, re yen to have appeared
among your friends fr ,al( all
Hour s entertaiiiiueiit, a cen
tu-y a it. you would have been
tritd and eonvitted rf witch
craft. In fact, n-any who read
Ibis will in all prohabilitv
doubt, uutil (hey see fr (hem
selves, the (rutll of ( eHtl.
nient when (old that the Brist
Btx-nieraiig can bo thrown
through (he air in a horizontal
line, making a perfect curve or
circle of from MO to 100 feet iu
diameter, according to size and
weight of Boomerang, return ing
with complete accuracy to
thrower; or. It mar be thrown
e to n,s, oat ,u, oi iHite side, curve upward. Slid return
A number of oilier exceedingly uovel throws
ut these are probably (lie most inter
K:; , s.;'. :-t. v.. ,,-
s. V "
un.b r a car, mad
... ......is. r evt r top or ti e (.tr
male with the Prsit I;m, rang, tn
R. A. I500TII
J. T. TAYLOR
V. II. FALL IN
K D. STRICKER, M. D.
I'HYSICIAN ani. SURGEON.
Masonic Temple, Rooms 2 & 4
j) P. LOYE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROKON.
Office in Williimn rim. i,t....i- .......
Grants Pass Grocer.-. '
Residence Phone 414.
Ollice Phouo 111.
C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Practice limite l to
KYK, EAR, .Nose and THROAT.
(Hbce hour. II In l-i- 1 - s. ... -.
Kveiiing bours-fue-ilms and Hi.lav.
relephones anj --
ATTORNEY-A T LA W,
11 at tires in all State and Federal c,,ri
"nice over rirst National Rank.
ia.TS Pass. . . n.:,,:, w
SW1ZETLAM) & CO
FRESH and SALT
don't want to become a Bri.t rnihnsia.r, never (brow
For Salt at
Paddock's Bicycle Den.
N. E. McGKEW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Pi.n
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Th popular barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
IK A TOMPKINS'
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Balh room in eonnertjon