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ROOUB RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, NOVEMBER 3. 94-
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
PAlU UP CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts a General Banking business.
Kecelves deposits subject to check or on demand certificates.
Our customets are assured of courteous treatment and every consideration con
Mtent with sound banking principles.
Safety deposit boxen for rent. J. FRANK WATSON. Pres.
it. A. BOOTH, Vira-I'rea.
L. I.. JKWEl.I,, Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
Keceive deposits subject to check or on certificate payable on demand.
Hells sight drafts on Flew York Kan Francisco, and Portland.
felegraphic transfers sold on all points in the Cnited Mates.
rlpecial Attention given to Collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and ou all accessible points.
it. A. IIOOTII. I'rca.
J. 0. CAMIMIKU,. Vice Pres.
H. L. UII.KKV, Cashier
MARBLE AND GRANITE WOKKS
J. B. PADDOCK, I'boi h.
I am preprred to furnish anything in
of MARBLE or QBANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience in
that 1 can fill your orders In the very best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, 8 weds or American Granite or any kindol
J. II. PADDOCK,
front Street Neat lo Greene's Got. simp.
J. A. TURNER & CO., 1;kont S'iyhkt.
Bargains also in SECOND HAND FURNITURE at the Auction
Room. Sule of New Goods Saturday, Nov. 5
C. K. McLANE, Proprietor.
HIGGINS & PHILLIPS
Assayers and Chemists
Gold, Silver, Copper, Load, fl each.
Gold and Si Ivor, fl.
' Each and every assay done with the
idea that it may be chocked.
C. FINDLEY, M. D.
l'ractlce limited to
EYE, EAU, NOHH and THROAT.
Office hours 0 to l'; 2 to 0
Evening hours Tuesdays and Fridays,
Telephones 201 and 77.
GkANTS PAKH, OltKUOK.
JRED'K D. STRICKER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Masonic Temile, Rooms j & 4
'Phone 633. Ohkgon.
H. DOUGLAS, M. D.
Physician and Surokon
Ofllco: rignoy'a rcsldonco, cor. (Ith
and E streets.
Day and night phono No. 6;il.
Grants Pass, Ore.
1 P. LOVE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofllco in Williama Hroa. block, over
vrrauta i-usa urocery.
Knsidonce Phono 414.
Ullloe Phouo 141.
UHANTS I'AHS, . . . OMtlo
ATTORN KY-AT LAW,
Practices in all State and Federal Courts
utiles over First Nsiional Hunk.
ukants rAss, . . Omuon,
SWEETLAM) & CO.
FRESH and SALT
N. E. McGRIiW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
The popular barber shop
Get your tonsoriul work ilotie at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Hath room In connection
E. A. WADE
Front Street, west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, ORli.
Palace Barber Shop
J. H. MULLEN, Propr.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
Eriryhiug mat and clean and all
In the lVaco Hotel.
Roaeburg Timber Cruisers Fined.
The Federal Grand jury found an
tndiotmeut agamst John W. Gardner
and W. H. McCrosseu, timber loca
tors at Roaeburg, charged with con
piracy against the fulled rotates m
the changing of govormucut section
ooruer posts and marks on Kovernnicut
land for the purpose of acquiring pna
eeaion. around Uocvborg. The were
Uued t'iM each. ,
Own a Wellington iano.
the line of Cemetery work in any kind
the. Marble, business warrants my saying
j& WANTED &
Dry Placer Ground.
If you hnvu nny write o
McClintnck & Son, Hnrtcn, Wiish.
IN HARD CIRCUMSTANCES
Ashland Woman Seeks Desert
A lady from Ashland was in the
oity last week, having walked all the
way from Portland. Hnr circum
stances are Indeed pitiful If the story
(ho tells la true, and her appearance
gave evidence that alio was not mis
representing thu cuho. Shu claims to
havo but recently comu from the Kust
with her husband and threo children
and located In Ashlnud. The head
of the family loft Ashlnud nuder the
pretense of looking fur employment.
and was last heard from in Portland
when lie wroto to the unfortunate
woman stating that ho was unable lo
support lior longer aud would not ro-
turn. Hhe followed Mm to Portland
aud attempted to locate hi 111 in that
oity, but was unsuccessful, mid her
limited supply of money having given
out she started back to her children
on foot. Wlinn she reached Hilvnrton,
her shoes were nearly olT her feet and
she was covered with mud, substan
tiating the statements of her misfor
tune. Some of the friendly to the tin
fortunato, gavo her money to buy
shoes and she Immediately went to a
local dealer ami purchased the shoes,
"Illillt for Music" Hicck I'lniins.
Carries Hiatorlce.1 Gun.
Dr. 8haw, physician at the Oregon
Iieiiiteutiary, wna in Olcmhilo recent
ly on business connected with the
Hnlu eawmlll on I'pper Cow creek,
devoting much of his time to hunting.
Hcmirleda gun of mure than ordi
nary interest, although a common
modem HO-DO caliber Winchester rifle.
The interest the gun created was from
the fact that it was thu deadly rille
carried by 1 lurry Tracy, the desiertii
escaped convict, during bis memora
ble Might through northern Oregou
and the state of Washington two
years ago and with which ho killed
eight men. The stock 1 r the weapon
bears marks of rough usage aud on
one side was to be seeu a letter "11,"
made by the bandit with a knife dur
ing a spare, moment In his flight. -News.
I. nek llcrc! A Hinllli .V llarnea.
Chamhtrlsin'i t'ouqh KciiKtly I, Pleasant to
The llucst quality of "granulated
loaf sugar is used In the ninntifaoltiri
"i 1. number hi Ins Cough Hemedv, and
the roots used in its preparation imvc
it a flavor similar to maple svrup,
making it quite pleasant to take.
Mr. W. I,, lioderlck, of I'oolosvlllc,
Md., in speaking of tlih remedy,
says: " I have used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy with my children fur
veral years ami ran truthfully say
it Is the best pioi.ua'ioti of the Lin. I
1 know of. The fin liltco like 1,
take it and it tins no injurious afi,n
tTi'ct. " For sale by all ilriigit'.
(till a V clllii, ton piano.
CKlneso M III Cm oil Que.
According Id theChini.se papers of
the past four days. In another year
the (pie or "pigtail" will be a buried
relic, perhaps a rurio in museums.
Chattering groups of celestials stand
'U the corners ill Chinatow 11 and dis-
uss the possibility of the enforce
ment of the new luiiierial inauihite.
which will compel them to doff the
braided and glossy string of hair.
iocal Chiuuse papers have il that
be new order is being considered
riously by the Chlucsc governmtni
tnd that before long, qucs will not bt
worn. The emvror baa decided Unit
his subject would look lucre civilir..
ed without the "pigtail." lircat r
Oltemetit prevails iu Chinese quarters lu
San r.rnnclscoand much protest is al
readyraisedagaitist the proposed order
ChauiWrlaiu's ttcniafli and Lifer
Tablets am becoming a favorite fci
stomach doubles and to.istio tlon
For sa!e by all druggists.
OIL NEAR NORTH BEND
Borlitng (or Wavier
It lias leaked out that oil lias been
discovered noar the coudensery at
Nortli liend. For son e time past that
institution Iris bad nn expert boring
for water 011 the mod fl it near the!
factory. At the distance of 200 foet
a small channel of oil was strock
which ipuricd np and spread over the
bay waters. The licle was plugged op
and the boring ceased.
A number of gentlemen! w hoso names
we liavo been asked to withhold) lin
mediately formed a company and
cured an option mi the largo mud flat
opposite Porter. As soon as possible
they intend to bore down a great
distance on their newly acquired
prnpxity and endeavor to locate tl
main channel of nil, if such exists.
Thorti are a great many reasons which
point favorably towards Coot Bey
turning out to be au extensive oil
field. -Marshflcld Mail.
"Ilulll for Music'' ttterk Piano.
Oregon Boy Invents Hop Press
I. F. Evans, an Oregon boy, lias in
vented a horsepower bop prtss that Is
deserving of especial mention, as will
he seen from the record made by tl;
trial on (lie farm of Loots Aral, near
Tim record is i) bales pat oat in
hours and I) minutes; the highest reo
ord 14 titles per hoar; lowest record
10 bales per hcur; average weight, per
hale, 200 Jpounds ; from the time the
team starts until the doors fly open
with a pressed bale, 8 seconds. Foor
men nro required to run the press.
If there is nny bop press in existence
with a better record, Mr. Evans
would liko to hoar from It. Salem.
Look Here! A Hmltli & llarnea,
Lands Restored to Entry.
Iiy direction of the president, Hec
fetary Ilichcnck, Hitturday, ordered
restored to entry a considerable por
tion of the withdrawals made with
view to creating the Itoguo River, La
Uriinde, Joseph Kjvor and Maury
Mountain forest reserves in Oregon
The restorations are made in accord
anco with the new rule of the depart
mcut, permitting the immediate settle
ment 011 the laud, but not allowing
entry or filing to be made until after
a period of 110 days' advertising by
the local land ofllcurs.
It is proposed to eliminato from the
Kogue Itiver withdrawals (15,000 acres,
leaving 1,271,000 acres remaining
Own a Wellington piano.
Following is tho list of letters re
mainlug nuculled for In the Grants
l'ass post olllce the week ended Oct
Gothics, Mrs Kslher.Tnrner, Mrs Pugl
Stark. Hold Ksq Hhattuck, Wni W
Wendali, Mr Joa Waver, John
Wilson, Kd Wilson, Mr Chas
Wiekham, Mr J F, Webbei M,
Taylor, K II II, Hoss, A J,
Hummers, Mr John J,
When calling fin the above please
to ask for letters advertised, Oct. 8,
C. K. HARMON, P. M.
' Ilulll fur Music" Hteck IManoa.
Klnmnith Will Be Wet.
The iHioplo of Klamath county will
have time to watch the effects of local
option in other counties of the state,
before having to vote 011 the question
of prohibition here. The petition
which was II led with the county olerk
contained 120 names, which is more
than 10 per rent of thu legal voters of
this county, but ujou comparison, it
was found that '.'I! of these signers
were not registered. As thero were
tlSH voles rust ill Klamath county for
chief justice, it would be necessary to
have the petition signed by V.I reg
istered voters. The petition as filed
only has HI such, and therefore the
work of circulating the paper
wasted. Klamath Falls Republican
I .imk Here! A Hinllli & llarnea.
Agetln In Litigation.
The last suit over thu Oregon King
mine, Involving a grub stake qucs
tlon, lias again illustrated to mine
operators how hazy compact of an
cieut date may bring serious troubli
to a producing mine any time before
patent. Hut Oregon is now protect
ed from these troubles in all affairs
arising since ISM Mining co-part
ncrships, commonly known as grub
stake contracts, must be iu writing
now anil Hied for record with tin
recorder of conveyances of the county
where the claims are locuted. The
tot expressly says that a grub-staking
contract must also contain the names
o( the parties theteto and the dura
tion of the contract, otherwise it
'Inill be mill and void.
Own a Wellington piano.
Curri Winter Cough
.1. K. Dover 101 N. Main St. Ottowa
Kan writes: "livery Till it has been
my wife's trouble to catch a severe
old aud tlii ufoie lo ci tigh all w in
ir hug. la.tlail I got lor her a
' o. tie of li, 1. lu'i.n.l Syrup. She used
it nod has i .1 u ul.Ie to .l.i i soundly
ill nilit long. Win never the cuugli
loubltsher, two or thtce doses stops
lie rough, aud she is able lo be up
indwell." SV, JcV, (l.tki at Model
itlillt fur Music" Sleek I'lanos.
farm For Sale.
liiO acres, (to acres of line snb-lrri-ialt
d bottom laud timlcr fence and
ultivution, a million feet of Hue tiiu
Vr, hundreds of cords of bard wood,
icar town and all down grade ou flue
mad. OoikI two-sti ty dwelling with
u Well of splendid water at the
loor. Fine big barn and out build
nig. Lots of fruit and berries of all
siuiK County road and daily mail at
1 lie door. A sidendid place for health
md a pleasant homo. Address llox 117,
To Cure a fold In Due Hay
Take LAX ATI VK PKO.MO yi'IN
INK Tablets. All druggists lefuud
he money if it fails to rure. E. W.
Glove's signature is ou each but. Ko.
W. A Fr&ter Indicted.
A number c.f IndictmeutB we-e re
ported gby the graud jury Tuesday
before recess was taken. With the
exception of one of them, all have
become public. The indictment in
question is in the case of the United
States vs. William A. Frater, ei-post
master at Rosebarg. Frater i
charted bv the indictment, which
contains two coouts, with embez
zling postal fuuds to the amount of
i:i2. 50. Restitution was made, but
this did not deter the graud jury from
are turning an Indictment.
What disposition the grand jury will
make of the case wherein Albert
Haffenden, formerly postmaBtcr at
Woodstock, who was charged with
embezzling about fflOOof postal fend'
is not known. The case is exactly
similar to the Frater case, and when
the investigation by the gtaud jury
was completed no report of the case
Look Here! A Hmlih it Barnes
For Se.le or Tre.d.
One acre cleared and fenced, good
bouse, good well. One mile eait
town. J. W. Woolfolk.
Own a Wellington piano.
Cures Chilli snd Fsvtr.
O. W. Writ, Nacogodohes, Texas,
says his daughter bad chills and fever
for three years; he could not And any
thing that would hell) her till he nsed
iiiirbine. tils wire will not keep
house without it, and cannot say too
much for It. AOc at Model Drug
Am. tear photographers very often
get into the habit of thinking they
cannot afford to buy the best papers
on account of tho ex lie 11 sc. To those
I can offer a high grade developing
paper, two dozen, Ixi shoets at 200 or
two dozen .H '1,1:1 sheets lor 20 cents.
This paper is not ns good as Velox,
but is next best.
The new N-A Developer now cn
tho market is tho best that has ever
been offered for sale. The prints re
main a canary color until filing is
thorough, For sule only by A,
Announcement to the Public.
We are pleased to announce that
our newer plant is now competed and
we are now letting contracts for
transmission line to extend from
Ashland to Urauts Pass.
We are now ready for business, 10
furnish power, light and water 10
towns and farms, placer mines and
qnartz mines along our trannnissiou
We will devote special attention to
the irrigation of fnrms by a system of
electric pumps, which are being usod
witli great success iu Southern Cal
ifornia and other arid regions.
Out rates will be fair and reasonable
commensurate with good services
correspondence aolicittd. All in
duiriea will receive prompt attention
Dr. O. R. Ray,
Manager Condor Water & Power Co,
Illillt for Music" Nteck I'lanos.
Th Beit LlnlmcnL
'Chamberlain's Paiu Halm is con
sidered the best liniment on the mar
ket," write Post & Bliss, of Georgia
V't. No other liniment will heal
ont or bruise so promptly. JNo other
affords such quick relief from rhen
malic pains. No other is so valuable
for deep seated pains like lame back
and pains iu the chest. Give this
liniment a trial and you will never
wish to bo without it. Sold by all
Look Mere! A Hum ti llarnea.
The Btit Doctor.
Knv. H. O. Hortoti, Sulphur Springs-
Texas writes July I'.lth SUJ: "I have
use in my family lialliud's Snow
liiiment and llorehound Svtnpniul
they have certainly proved satisfact
ry. fiie iinimeiii is me nest we
have ever used for headache aud pains.
Tho rough syrup has been onr doctot
lor tho last eight years." Sac, AOc,
1.00 at Model Drug Store.
.ots of Keadinn .Matter
The brightest story niairazino
ublished in Seattle. Sixteen num.
each month, tilled with storiott of love
anil adventure, sticcostions for the
01110, etc. Intensely interesting from
'over to rover. In huikl 1111 a bk clr
illation 111 the West Tiik Tkikmiick
ill lie sent In unv athlivss fur one vein-
if one dime III cents. Send today In
K00111 A-l Hancock llldg. Scuttle, Wash
1 he largest sum ever paid lor a lire
ription, r hangril hands 111 San h ran-
laio, Aug. SO. PK). The iransUr in
volve.! 111 coin and stock f I IJ.Mki 0 and
sras ranl by a party n business men tin
sh-i ihv (or x right's iiseae and Iha-
les, htlhcrlo incurable itiseasi a,
iney coiunienceil die serious investi
gation 11I the "pecitic Nov. 15. !!KH)
tev in'ervleaeil scores ol lite cllree
not IiiiiI il ont on 11s turrits bv puliini;
iver three limeii esse 011 ibe trea inenl
tinl k au biu t tie in. The alsofot uU
ocia'- 10 11 Nine ebi. nie, locm Hi lei ascs
lll'l Kilin.e it. n il 1 1 wot. 1 t- ,,, -,..
1 pl'lg' s. I ,1 I . ,u.. ;'!, S7 p r celli
the lest esses w, re eiiher aell 01
1 Here tiring nut thirteen per rent 01
aitnres, lite parlies were salisticd and
ised the trsiissrtion. The pus veiling'
the investiuatinii coin mil lee and th.
lini.-al reimrls o( the test rases wen
published and sill be mailed free on
IMiratlon. Address John J rtlTns
uNriNv.tL'll Monlaomerv St. Sn Krn.
Qtit.-fctw fewtatri cur oiitir'n tri hftt.f ti
ll-tiMnrtlr..,5.1mlL llkiuirvi.-k.ui I'-IiiL'
tMil frf. Ol aWn.'T t't sv-urn ,,tce.
rmlmiia Ulm tTir-'iu-h Mui ti . tk. rs.olr
pwrtoi tofk'l vl'h.tul Ctta-vK U) tb
A riinntfnl tllt'atrts,1 wv't I r't
rwlaiilf.n r nit ' ia.- t. .r- T.
nr m.iMf lis, J'., jvi.i t , 1 ,
u m n - u
111 fit I.Q 36i0rd.a,. ftSl Ii-H
aiMe uavew. d r et, Wuk, s u c.
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if m ra
Backed up by over a third of a century
Of lematkabk and uniform cures, a record
such as no ol'ncr riniedy for the diseases
snd weaknesses peculiar to women ever
attained, the proprietors of IJr. Pierce s
Favorite Prescription now feel fully war
ranted in olTerinir to pay $5 in legal
money of the United Slates, for any esse
of Leucorr'n-a, Female Weakness, Prolap
sus, or falling of Womb which they can
not cure. All they ask is a fair and reason
able trial of their means of cure.
"I used fnur bottles of your ' PavoHe Pre
scription an-1 one of 'GoMen Mt-lical Discov
ery." wriU-H Mis. li'mer U. Shearer, of Mnunt
nope, Lancaster Co.. I'a.. "and can ;ay th.u am
cured of that ilren leil disease, uterine trouh.
Am in belter health than ever brfote. Kvrrv
one who kuo-ars me ia surprised to sec me looV
ao wall In June 1 was so pour in health that
at times I coul t not walk. To-day I Bin ramf.
I tell everyijody that Llr. fierce's mediciuca
Fsbk. Dr. Pierce's Common Sene Med
ical Adviser is sent reran receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31
one-cent stamps for the cloth boundvolume.
Address World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation. Proprietors, Buffalo, N. V,
FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
New Way ol Using Chamberlain's Cough
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from
Durban, Natal, South Africi, says:
"As a proof that Cluimberhiin's
Cough Remedy is a cure st.ituble for
old and young, I pen yon the follow
ing: A neighbor of mine hid a child
just over two mrntlis old. It ha I 11
very bad cough and tho parents' did
not know what to give it. I sug
tfcstrd that if tiny would gi t a bottle
of Cliiimberliiin's Cough Hemitlyaiid
put some 11 1 on the dually teat the
baby was sucking, it would no doubt
ro tho child. This they did and
brought about a quick relief and
cured the baby. " This n un tly It- for
ia le by all druggists.
Saved His Life.
J. W. Davenport, Wiugo, Ky.,
writes, June 14, 11102: "I want to
tell you I believe ISallard's Snow
Liniment saved my life. I was under
the treatment of two doctors and they
told mo 0110 of my lungs was enitrely
goue, and tho other badly affected.
ilso bad a lump iu my side. I don't
think that I could have lived over
two months longer. I was induced by
friend to try Ballard's Suow Lini
ment. The first application gave me
i;reat relief ; two 50 ceut bottles cured
me sound and well. It is a wonderful
medicine and I recommend it to
suffering humanity." 2c, 50c, fl.00
it Model Drug Store.
A Question of Tacxs.
Any render of this paper, sending
1 cents in silver, by postal note or
one and two ceut stamps, will be sent
THE DAILY JOCKNAL one month:
or TIIK SUNDAY JOURNAL two
months; or tho SEMI-WEEKLY
IOCRNAL three months or the
WEELKY JOURNAL four months
iud in addition a match safe filled
with Incks. bosrace nrenaid. Address
lilt JOURNAL, Portland, Oregon.
A O uarnnteeit Cure for I'llca
Itching, Iilind, Weeding or Pro
truding Piles. Druggists refund
money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to
cure any case, no matter of how long
Handing, in fl to 14 nays. Eirst ap
plication gives caso and rest. 50c.
If your drugigst hasn't it send 50c in
tamp and it will he forwarded post
paid by Paris Mediritio Co., St.
MR.S. L. S. ADAMS.
Of enlves1iii, Teaauk
'Wine of Cardui Is Indeed s bleisina;
to tired women. Having suffered fer
sevea years with weakntis and hearing-down
paini, and having tried sev
eral doctors and different remedies
with no lucceii, your Viine ol Cardui
was the only tiling vihkh helped me.
snd eventually cured me It iee med to
build up the weak parts, ttr.-nmhen
the system sad correct Irregularities."
lty "tired women" yr,. ..Cuius
means ni-rvo.is women who i :ve
disordered menses, f..:.;ni of the
womb, oar:.in l:on! !, s or aw ot
hee a.imettM tint w, men Five.
mi ran cure yourself a. I: .mew
tnis great women's reineili'. Wine
of Iju.l'.ti. Wine of Cardui lias
runsl thousan Is of can-s w hi, h
iloetore have failed tobenetit. Whv
net be-; iii to B,.t veil to.i.iv? All
drugi;.,ia ha 1.(10 bottles. Kor
any stoma, h, liver or bowel disor
der Taedford'a HLvk-Draught
should be used.
for 1l. in livrsfoi. s.ftr
b.t,, ;,V I
MOTHERS and DAUGHTERS
tiv K KXICOXA i
y The MiMicrn Kcuicdy for Women
) Kiiv has Cureil tome of
ttie worit cases of
OVARIAN AND UTERINE DISORDERS
We guarantee a v 1
posiure ore for I-OUOOrrllOOa
THE REXICONA CO.
e l.vrv Ajui W.stiio a)
.Vtid for Ho,.kiet. i San W, Cil. J
ka atk.aOk.alWk alk A atVjfavatVjfk alVal
That's how Kaufman Garments are made
Qualily goes into ever thread and nbre ol
the fabric, knowledge, skill and care into the
tailoring and finishing intelligence and expert
, The Kaufman way of tailoring is simply
the merchant tailor's way improved art tailor
ing on a broad scale. The manufacturers can
afford to engage higher-salaried designers and
workmen than any local tailor. Hand workman
ship gives each suit the same individuality the
tailor imparts. The variety of stock includes a
fit and satisfaction for everyone.
Always your money back If you want it.
Style, fit and wear in
FoySaIe Calvin Welch
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse.
Poibap8jou liavo never thought of
it, bnt 1 lie fact most be appretit to
evtrvone that ronstipatiiu ia caused
by a lack of water iu Hie syUom, and
the nao of drastic cathartics like the
old fashiotii d pills only m ikesBbad
1'iatier worse. Chamberlain's Stomach
til el Liver Tablets tiro much more mild
and gentle in their effect, and when
tho pro. er dose is taken, their action
is so natural that one ran hardly
realize it is theeftect of a medicine,
i r v a o n ut bottle of them. For
-ale by all drnggists.
Itlillt for Music" S'trk 1'lanon.
J. . Ilnoth
1 J. T Logan
it'. F. Lot elace
tf K. C heshire
T. I'. Judson
(ieo. W Lewis
S'hool hup!.. ..
J. T. Taylor
W. II. F'alhn
li O. MeCulliKh
W. II. Flanaitan
tU..r. U t .III
"".'" li. ij. i usey
Auditor and Police Judge C. F;. Maybee
iiea.-urer toi. VV.tonnsun
i'iiy Attorney II. 11. Norton
Marshal IJeo. Finch
Street Hupt John Patrick
i'ouneilnien .V. M. Mair, II. J. Backer
J. L. Calvert, T. W Williams. W. 0.
Smilk, J. A. Itekkopf, II. C. Per
kins. James Trimble.
Grants Pass Lodge A. F". & A. M., No. 84,
regular communication first and third
.Saturdays. Visiting brothers cordially
invited. 11. V. liious W. M.
A J. i'lKB, Sec'y.
Uoyal Arch Masons -Keames Chapter No.
M meets second and fourth Wednesday
Masunic kail. 11. C. iloaziEN,
J. FJ. I'ETKKsoa, Secy. H. p.
Knights Templar Jlelita Commandery
No. 8, meets, second F'riday ol tack
Month in Masonic Temple.
V. II. II akatos, F.111. Com.
Uto. II. Calhoun, Kec.
F:aslern Star Josephine Chapter, No. 28
meets lirst and third Wednesday
evenings of each month In Masonic
lla'L Mabv L. Cok, W. M.
.Mks H. Zoli.sb. r-ec'y.
'.. O. O. F'.,-Uolden Kule Lodge No. T,
meets every Saturday night at I. O. O.
F'. hall. F. II. rim a hit,
T. Y. 1)an, .Secy. N. G.
Visiting brothers invited.
I'aran Fjieainpment I. t). tl. K. Nu.
ineels second and fourth Thursday at
I. II. ('. F'. hall, F'hko hi 11 a hit.
T. Y. 1)ka, .Sec'y. c. P.
Iteliekahs F:tna Kel.eTah, No 4!l, ineels
second and fourth Monday, I. O. O. F'.
hall- H'.iJiia UasKSi. N. U.
M.Jkkmk Pavis. Secv.
I'nited Artisans tirants l'ass Assembly
No. 4ii, meets alternate Tuesdays in
A.O. V. W. hall. A. K. VooHu'irs,
J. ItMlAiiiiocstiet'y. Master Artisan.
Woodmen of the World liogue Itiver
Camp No. , meets second iud fourtk
l'riila.is at Woodman Hall.
I ieo. II. Mover, C. C.
I . F.. Maviif.e, Clerk.
tVnmen ol Woodcraft Azalea Circle. No.
Isj, meets hrst and third Mondays at
Wooiluien hall. Mrs. M. E. Htnny,
Nrs. lone Frier, Clerk. o. N.
Modern Woodmen of America Grants Pass
Camp No. sou; is 2nd and 4th Wednes
day Evenings at Woodmen hall at 7
... M- l'avis, V. C.
JV. T. Goulder, Clerk.
Foresurs of America Court Josephine
No. 28, meets each Wednesday excenl
the iirst. at A. tl. I!. W. hall.
F'- G- smcker. F. S. F. F'eisch, C. K.
Insephine Lodge, No. 112, A. (). I'. VfZi
meets in A. G. C. W.lmll, Dixon buiid
uig every Monday evening.
. F'. W. lli noiHTH, M. W.
n A. Stasakii, Hei-onler.
llaHibnrue Ludge. No. 21, D. of 11., A. O. 1
I . W. -insets every alternate Tuesday
evening in A.-G C. W. hall, Ituoii
o iiiiiinit. -Has. A. .McCahthy.C ol II.
.Mas. LvniA Dsas, Kwonler.
Itojal Neithtiors of America Eiliik ('
.-tipe I amp No. 2in, meets 1st and 3rd
Fridays at A. O. I. W. hall
,, Hose Gravlin, Oracle.
Henrietta Xoller, liecorder.
tinier of IVnilo-Wliiie Hock Council No.
1-'. ineeis 111 vtootinien Hall .-atunlav
login.-. mo. A.llvi.K. Counselor. '
MiKirs, W. ltonsiNs. s-ecrelarv.
1 I'n li k 1 1 m a Wigaain No ai
U. M U M. KiiKKi t s.,,-l '
A. t 101 s, t Iml ,,
,MH.hl ol the MMa'abfi-sGtattts , .
iml. No l.i nu el.- i.r.-i mid 11, ml
I l.lil.'ajs al outlier. l ball
W in. Allntt. A. !
1 "d Kieper. t -jiniiittiidi-r
l.udie- ol Hie Maecaiaes - tirauis l'.
in.i. . is 1 1. i ... .:
rrsiatid llunl Tliursdais at A. t. V.
W. kali. Visiting sisters cordially
invited. Mr.. Delia Hale, L. C.
.nail i-iMMiuiiis, l.eioril Keeper
1 niinl llrotberhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America I'nion No. lua
meets second and fourth Fridays of
each month al A.O. V. W. Hall."
K. I' t ole. K. ee. J. p. tialetner. Pres.
D. A. Fiiigerald, F'. t-ec'y.
Knights ol Pythias Therinopvla No. M
ineels each Tuesday night 7:311 W. o!
W. Hail. M. 1. I tlev. CO.
Ton WuviaiiOi. ofjt. anj S.
Urand Army .( ihe Kr public tlrn. Logan
..... wnru nrsi eones.iav at
A.O. I . W. hail. Joua i'aiaicit
J- F-- rrtKu, Adjt. Com.
Woman's Kelief Corw--General Logan Siol
ii. meets M and tth .-alurilays at 2 v.
111 at A. G I . W. hall. v
Mrs. Kose W eidman, Pres.
Mm. T. 11. Cornell, Secy.
iAauve oromo Uinine Tablets. JS
SevtaMiHoe. Ve. b port 13 onth. ThlS oijUUltnre.
J. P. I'ale holds a note ngainst me,
'dated March 18, A. D., 1904, Due
' March 18, A. l 1905. I hereby warn
, (ho public uot to purchase same.
JN. t:. NIUAV,
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