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About Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1905)
- Notice U heroby given that Ooo.
Harrey sod Elmer Hnyes of the Arm
of Harvey & Hays, liverymen, have
jiaaoWod partnership by mutual eon
eat. "The business will be continued
by tbe firm of Qalvin and Hayes,
who will collect all debts aud settle
all obligation! of t lie former firm of
Harrey & Hayes.
Feb. 1, 1906.
Notion is hereby given tliat tho
partnership heretofore existing b
tween J. K. Hyde and G. A. Hyde
doing business in Grants Fuss, Ore.
goo, andor the iirm name of I Ij ii.
Bros, is this day terminated hy
roatual consent. The mercantile
hosiness heretofore carried on by Ihr
firm lias been assnnu-d by J. It. liydc
who will pay all hills due by the Iirm
and collect all accounts dnu tlie Iirm.
J. H. HYDE
Oranls Pass, Oro., Feb. 1, 1905.
To Car a Cold In Our Day
Tako LAXATIVK BROMO Ot IN.
INE Tablets. AH druggists refund
the money of it fails to care. K. YV.
Grore's signature is uoeach hi x. 2fic,
Wood Working Sliop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turning, Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand
Sawing.! ahinet Work, Wood Pulley, t-iiw
filing and gumming, licptoring all kinds
Grants Pass Fuel Co.
Between II and I
lMiuiH 1:1 i
We can supply you with
some of the best wood
to be bud.
GIVE US A TRIAL OKIihK
Cash Paid for Wood.
Style and Taste
In ftamltiK Is
A picture, no mutter
how flno, in Incomplete
until properly framed.
of all that Is newest,
neatest and host In
FKAMKH and Mol'LD
INGH. Including ovals,
olreles, square and spo.
olal designs, enables inn
for the morey
C. L. CLEVENQER,
Grsnti Pass. - .. Orri(un
HlfiGINS & PHILIPS
Assaycrs and Clicir.ists
I'll A liti KS:
Uold, Silver, Copper, I. end, $1 eneb.
Gold and Mlvoi, .
Each and every n-say t
Idea that it may bo check
liu.o v, 1 1 h i In
Reynolds S Lawlon
Civil and Mining
MliN AND SURVIiVOKS
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDLNT INSURANCE
Agent Iiig Horn llusin l.iu.d Co.,
Wyoming. Anchor Ire relic
The I'opular Barber Sh .p
Oct your lousori.il muk tlum- it
IK A TOM I 'KINS'
On Sixth Sttcct Tlmv ( h.ui -Hath
Koom in cnunc-thm
FARMERS F E f 0 STARlt
J K. KF.Iil.KY, Pencil
l ast table south mi -Ixlli ln :
KlMHU under oover for lf0 Iih'm, a'ul
411 wagons. pox sta.ls. xonad '. r
Only the host b.v, clean i;i ii,, and
Ifalfa fed. Hulled bal.ey and oil,, "
No diseaiNHl hut-Hi alioxxid i
running water, and ti.eii.-li - n. ,i
Waiting room and toil. I m
Indies can leave wraps and aruing.
Priou reasonable and lu st cue gix. u
B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4th Sti. P, 0. Box 23.
Kruploynicnt oHioe. liouses rentt.il
No. Ta ISA acres, all fenced. n acres
r x-M bottom, 7A ciillivatisl, pi to hops, 4
miles from railroad lonai, giHid roads,
as ItiKil, etc. A hargnin at Ht an aero. Hop
finp will pay purc'.sso price in two xra
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
Unequalled for Constipation.
A. R. Kane, a prominent druggiat
of Batter Springs, Kansas, says :
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are, in my judgment, the most
superior preparation of anything in
use today for constipation." For sale
by all druggists.
E. T. Lucas, Wlngo, Ky., writes
April 2,")t!i, 1902: " For 10 to 12
yearn I I. ad been allliotcd v-yth a
malady know n its the 'ileh. ' The
itching wns iimwc unbearable. I had
tried for yearn to find relief having
tried all remedies 1 could hear of be
sides a number of doctors. I wish to
stale that one single application of
Ballard's Snow Liniment cared mc
coiiiplelely and permanently. Since
then I have used the liniment on
two separate occasions lor ring worm
and it cored completely. " 2.'iC 60c and
fl.00 bottle at Model Drug Store and
Means the ability to do a good days
work without ondue fatigue and to
find life worth living. Yon cannot
have indigestion or constipation
without it" upsetting the liver and
pointing the blood. .Such a condition
may be licet and quickest obtained by
Ikrbiie, the best liver regulator that
the world has ever known. Mrs. I).
W. Smith writes Aprii 8, 11)02: "I
use Uerbine, and lind it the best
medicine for niii-l 1 pat ion and regain!
ing the liver 1 ever used" l'rico 10
cents. Model lirug Store and Itotor
in ii ii il 'n.
A few counterfi iters have lately
been making mid trying to si II imitu
tiousof Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and colds,
and oilier inciliitcs, thereby defraud
ing the public. This is to warn you
to beware of such people, who seek 10
profit, Ihtotigh stealing the n ptilnlion
of remedies which have been success
fully curing disease, for over!)') years.
A sure protection, to you, Is our name
on the wrapper. II. E. Ll'CKLEN
CO., Chicago, 111., and Windsor,
Cam flu. For sale by all iliuggisls.
All e (tin Is have failed to find better
remedy fur coughs, colds and lung
troubles then Foley's I lout y and Tar.
J. N. I'attersoii, Nashua, Jowa,
writes: "Lust winter 1 had n had
cold on my lungs and I rii-il at b ust
half a dnMi ii il vi 1 1 1 s, il cough medi
cines and had triulniont limn two
physicians wilhout gulling any bene
fit. A Irieiid lecoiiimi'iidcil Foley',
Honey and Tur ninl t wo thh da of u
bottle cured me 1 consider!! the
greatest cough and lung medicine in
the world." For sale lv It. A.
Itol i-i iiiuiiiI.
(imxe ItouMe I eicirin
Il Hi eib l.ul 1 1 1 1 !o foil sight lo tell,
thai when your i-loi.,n. h mid livei
are badh ultc: ted. crave trouble
is ahead, unless 3 ou lake the proper
in ed, cine for jour ill-rase, as Mrs.
John A. Young, ot ( lav, N. V., did.
She says: "1 bad neuralgia of the
1 1 vi r and Moniuch, nix- hunt was
weakemil, a u 1 1 I could not eat. I was
eiy bad for a long rime, but in
Electric I'iu, is, 1 f,H ml ins! what
I needed, fi r they quid. Iv n li.votl
and 1 1, led inc." Sid, i under giiaiiui
Inn by all druggists.
A .Meriaie lo Health
Knlin v Imuble is an insidious Han
ger, and many people are victims or a
-.cllous 1 1 . 1 1 1 i 1 v In fine I ho sy mptoms
aie i.e.. gin, ,1. I 1,1, ,'s Kidney Cure
cm reels ir icgu lar 'I p s and sin ngtl i ic
Mini lm 1 1. Is u 1 1 il,,. kidneys, and it
shoo Id he taken at the first in, lien-
t ii n i I
, as ii
l-'nr sa Il
Mhle I, I,.,.
Iley s ale lb I ;
butt i muni.
i'c no unit iv ii in x , i, and pi 1 1, etly
I" ah d, In 1. 1, i leu's Arnica S.ilxe.
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"I bin in niv i,u Ircaib
I'Ulv ; ii lii" ii d all oxer. I'.in I, leu's
A i mi a .--niv,. sto " d the ,.i i ii, and
h. ah d it xx 1 1 hunt a si ar ' ' at
l Iain's Si'
A lie x iii
I'l linUMIi --,
in. iih and I.ivei
leilx lor stomach
an. I cosi i pal ion.
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and a g.a
ii one. I'l lee J.'i
ah' bv all di ugglt
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GRANTS PASS-WALDO RO AH
Miner. A.aoci.llon Propo.. to
Pwt on an Oil flnlah. jix-ds of dust In "the roade make
. vehicles drag as thoogh on a looae
The Grants Pass Miners Asaocia- sand bar. The winter weather il an
tfon has under consideration a plan mild that it is ideal for teaming for
for the Improvement of the Grants the rains are not excessive and tnowl
t'ass and Waldo road to make it ps s-( are rare occurrences and so light as
able for loaded teams 12 months in Ml to impede travel. With a bard,
the year instead of not over x ' macadamized road to draw over, a
mouths, as is now the case when the team would haul 25 per cent more In
annnal mud blockade precludes all lhe winter months than is now pos
heavy traffic during the winter and sibln in the summer mouths on the
spring months. The oiled roads hav-' present soft, dirt roads,
ing proven such a success In Califor- That the building of this macadam
nia, both as to cheapness of construe-1 Iwd wagon road would preclude or
tion, durability and hard, smooth sur-' retard the bailding of the proposed
fare, strength to withstand heavy Grunts Pass aud Crescent City rail-
traffic, it is proposed to nso oil In-
stead of crushed rock for surfacing
The plan of Improvement Is first to
have the road on tho best grade pos
sihle, relocating snob sections
that could be put on a less grade,
then blow out the stnmps and remove
oil otlier obstructions and grade the
roadbed to the proper crown and
width. As graded each layer of earth
to be thoroghly rolled with a power-
ful steam road roller, th.:t would so
pack the ground that It would not
settlo and oauH) mud holes nor rut bv
the weight of heavy vehicles. The
right-of-way to he thoroghly drained
and the roadbed, where necessary, to
he tiled. ' The finished road to be
heavily coaled wi!h oil and then
when dry given another squeeze with
the steam roller. It Is exs cted that
such a road would stand winter
tralllc as wjll as a macadamized road
and be much less expensive lo build.
To raise the funds for the Improve
uient of this road it is proposed lo
ask contributions from every land.
mine, and timber owuernlong the line
of the road, who would bo benefited
by the building of this road. The
business men of Grants Haas will be
called on for contributions and the
town and the county will each be
a-ikcd to make a lils-ral appropriation
for the road fund The Southern
Pacific will 1m asked to help on tile
road by delivering the Oil free of
eliatgo in Grants Pass froiu tho oil
wells in California, the purchase of
the oil to ho made out of the road
lo put this 40 miles of road from
Grants I'a s In the Takiluia copper
smelter in condition that loaded
loams " an use it at all seasons of lhe
ar is an undertaking of considerable
magnitude end will reijuiru a large
sum of money, hut the benefits to be
had from it will make it one of the
most profitable public imprnvcini in
that could be undertaken in .Southern
Iregon. In fact there Is no district
in Oregon where the building of a
modern wagon road would develop
tho li.illie tmiuagc eipial to that tc be
had from this district. It Is a state
incut that can nut be gainsaid tl"at
with a good wagon road millet to the
eiitial and southern sect ions of .lose
'hire county for the full 12 months of
aeh year In Grants pass thai tin
volume or business handled bv tli
ily wnilW be doubled by tin- Hum. of
the second ear, while tbe I, rants
Pass freight tratlie of the S,Milliern
1 'mi tit- would in the same tine' I.
mom limn trebled. Kverv resident of
ai.ts Pass would he beni tiled In
the building of this wagon load and
tin- increase to business and the gain
in property valuations witlii', H v
years limn Its completion would
pay hues to tne cil i-i ns every dollar
they put In it and with big intercut.
I'll' territory to which this turnpike
r.nd wi n Il afford an out lei is l.iii'. r
tluiii unt IjIi ni 1 1. inn ns, fi r
with tlie in inch r, :nU 1 1 n i would
be connected w ith b, it would cov, i
a dislrn-l lolly ild mil. s long and :."
miles wide. Within this di-,tt ni
lies i ne ot the heft hay, grain, dairy,
stock and friui seciiins of Senile rn
t begun, now taaeticallv umleveli I
and which wcuil suj'pmi u large popu
I li en and beeoinc a Hade and tav
paying disti.ct of laige imioit
inn" to Giant Pass and Joi plum
county. .Some o th, large.-t and
Inn si In ill. s el pine ami lir I in I n i.,
Ic f hi nl in Siiiill iin iin gi n an in
iiiisiiiMiiei anil naxe e.al'ii'v hei t,
ii iii hnl ly the few mills i,.,.t l ave
i I'eraled for lhe si iiioiiIIm ot the
xi. ir when the mads permit luinl, r
to be haul' d lo Gran's Puss. Vx ith
road lai'llitles to ibxeliip 'hi end
'tin T linil'i'i
ir lets, I i i a i is I'a v.
le of lhe gle-list
XX Oil Id I'l l 0!M' I lie
Itinihi r ct ntel i iii if.
lb! the illdllstlv
thai . tail I he
of 'Ills I'll
ill lll'll X .
10 1 o.l'
I.I .Igcs It.
up III lllll
'lli'tilt.'d bv the building
Ii way would be th" mining
The di-tl Ii I i ,'V, r, 1 hy
- . oni filed l y milling to. ii
f tl." iaig- si ami ride s
I'l mi I tit- Pin-iiio I'iu-i
i hi gold have b. ell o em d
'I' - ii'.d did not the had
d- n a'.. Il ia- !'"ital ion i I, a: g'
1 1. -.il I v prul, i hu ivn io their roiii -
Hi -ta I !.u net -ind xx m k ing a seele
mil" , f ijilalt,'. mil's xxould now l e
that di-lliet adding to lhe plo
I tell ill i a 1 J
ft this lllilii'
the 1 iilid lie
in dtl - t' , l a I
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.. Win; -a,
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lie. ii'Hv el I ;..,iii,
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I'l I a-viKc in tl
iii - in li. r I'.' ci., i it, 1 (, i
I" I u i . .' ;.,oi tin ol l hi' vial. I h,
husiii.xt, xxt'tild cr.'.iii xx. uhl he a
vi iv gi.al ta tor tq the iro.pt my i t
(.rants Pas.. t i ,e c ipp i ,1,-p .
are tta le t 1 a! xvi 11 ui.'.k,- It e .-,
for ii lettf tlceii intire s.u. It, r- te
put la o st ll in I l.i tint ' I i'u-i .
Freight i a- u,,xv c. rn ,t on Ii
I l ol
the Waldo district, as fix iu all oibei I v
t0au "ec,i0D" of 8ou",erD Oreon' I
Ir carried od in tho ommftr mouths
whf ri Mm hfftt inrvtiiti tha timmi i
from do,ng t)ejr and lhe deep
ro'"' ' "ot so, but rather it would
make certain and hasten the con
struction of this railroad. The day of
wild ventures in railroad bailding Is
past and now capitalists before they
will Invest their money in the con
struction of a railroad, must know
that the traffic is absolutely there to
make its operation profitable from
the beginning. Without meaning to
discredit the present efforts that are
being made to secure a railroad south
from (irants Pass, yet with tbe almost
undeveloped condition of the resources
of the reniral and southern sections
of Josephine county, It is certain that
it will be several years before capital
ists will take up the building of a
railioad lo Waldo mid Crescent City.
With a hard turnpike road that would
enable freighting to be done readily
and economically for the entire year
the mineral, timber, farm and other
industries of this section would soon
he developed to such an extent that
sufficient tralllc wiuH becreitedto
warrant the building of a lailrcad.
Capitalists could then be interested
and the railroad secured. The wagon
road would not rease to be of value
for it would he largely used by
farmers and olbeis and it would be a
most wholesome check on the possi
bility of excessivo freight ratea that
are so often levied by railroads hav
ing no cotnoetitioii.
Will Messinger of New Hope was
here Thurslny on business.
T. K. Lewmaii was in Grants PaBS
Friday for medical treatment lor an
injury sustained' by himself while
thawing giant powder two mouths ago
at the Lewmaii placer mine in Trinity
II. Day of Murphy was hero during
the week for the purposu of crco lug a
fence about the Day family burial
lot ill the Sparlin cemetery. He
lieautilied the Jut . anil the grave of
his father by planting n number of
flowers and shrubbery.
Thus Carter spent several days of
last week in Grams Pass. Mr. Carter
operates a placer mine in the Whiskey
gulch district ami secures bis water
Pply from the ravines above his
mine, w hich enables him to pi .e dur
ing most of lhe winter months.
I'xtensive inigiiting ditches are
ing put in and no.ch liuiri hereto
fore utipiiiiltifiiv,; is with water be
coining line nHiilfa meadows. Two
le w hop yards nie to Iv added to the
aer. age in tins' valley this spring
tltie will hi' of 20 acres and the
ol her of III! acres.
John Tut I; in tame from (irants Pats
Ibis wi : k hi ok after his farm here.
Mr. l.utkin states thai his grain looks
unusually fine ami he exicls a big
viebl. Mr I.ntki.' moved to Grains
Pass last i'a 1 1 to enable his wife to so
fine medical treatment, her health
having bun poorly for the past I we
yeais She is now so much Improved
ilia' they expect to move buck lo
1 1" ir hum here In the spring.
'Iln - gate Valley is coming to
'In - lioni. lhe farmers are adopting
' mid t'lgn-ssivu methods of
handling their farms and instead of
sma'l ti. ins crowded each year by the
ingi'.xving brush anil the fences in a
liiml'lc down condition, broad arms
wi II fenc d are lioxv lo be seen in
iii tex la, i s. Much land ii being
t I. .lied and -the acreage planted to
gi 1-s. gtain, fruit and hops will be
nearly iloiilih d in this valley within
I i l,e next live v. ais.
It was twenty. six years ago that
a cattleman by the name of Good
win, while un in the mountains
hunting the bears and cougars that
ncre killing his young stock, ills
cox iii d the finmus Sotithern Oregon
eivt Mr. i.'ooiixviii was chasing a
hear xxlen It tool, r. fllge iu tills cave.
ihi--c.ui is 2S mile from (fruits
I 1 t - llt.,1 s
ll' ltiv pi I (i!e
In xx i' Ii iii a i
i-"id esch setuoil by
A w agon toad re u-hes
' mi it s of the in e ami
a '' u i e f. r lhe remain-
l t"('l aV.til.l-. I.
I II e ii,-' on
us fa at r x' .
er a very inoun-
hnak iug a bout '.'0
s w hit h be bought
tin in are veiy tine
'ill l.a e seuiit flue
ale. Vr. Prevolt
i ' car t busiiios
:i luxx lor the
he:, I t f x uliti I e
la-: tall. v.,.
Itllfc- I '' !: lie 1 1 e
in it' h 1, aie l,e
n as I. ir u i x' in
!!' 1 ric. ! il.
' Ixxi. ..r- in,. I th, i i.l,ide range
""' -c : i"xx i i xx i , .:, k as to no
'- a.r, i I e ,. i f, ,t. found
' '. : ii- iu- no io ,.-,-r r.ditable nml
' " 1 " a: n lit iO l t o horses, f,,r
" - I: xx an Hell if dcninud
' i I 1 1' ii 1 1. .'a v lor ra..-ii'g
" ' w It eu' , . in (he .jt, Hm
'' ';,! ul litis vail, y l St.
1' " " III "' has I ft a MX OVer-
1 -! '!l 1 ' I'l xx. :i i a't ii eul and
' " - : u I.. ! ' cut. the
' ' i- Lie.t -i . in brush that
' i- in I'-.' fx . tl tlu le whs til
t - ''' : ; rinx; there are
i' I il I imtlied I ,s.l i t cut!,.
' - . i lien, this allt y to ih,. tirax-.
1 "''"""i'n lanx". a In re i here is
t.V. IX , . , ,i tee.l
La l.nppi and Pneumonia.
I'lieuii.onia often follow Ij Grippe
but never follows lhe use of Foley'
Hotiev anil Tar It curt a la
cu.hsand piexeiits piieniuonia aud
i , iiunili " for Foley' llouev
in I lai n ml rtlt.se anv fuhMiiule
" ) Mr- li- Vachec, of IJJ O.
'iidS-.., riiMii:,. write! "Mrwifj
ti ns' i f la gririve thne
r ag . an I 11 ,.ft u.r with a ter-
ei -gti. .-he iried a hoitle of
lion, v and lar aud it gave
: '!" r. I., (. A M cvtit bottle
I" 1 congt. iniirely. For alr
tl A Koicr,i.uud-.
A SWELL SHOE SHOE J(1 I
leathers and dl ii ll I
I -jCyf MAKERS MVSV. 1
iwjqia,ril)iihlli'WPII IIIIIWIllHMIMWnMlaMlli 1
J. u -J.
Thnt h tL" Bt".tcT!i -!'l of n - onr.-:
had never ine:i v,.'.: uulil
well bv t!i.; use of jr. l icrt'.-'i. J .1
Prcrtpliji. T!:(.rt2 urs a p.?: 1:"
other vv( -it.n in liLc case. Tl -
ah my 3 Ia'l-ii suIT- rt ia from (liita- '. -y
have nevi-r known the joy fj! j-....c;
l or all stioh women Dr. Tic-rcc's f :
voril" rrcscriTitioti holds out the?
wet of yx ivn n u permanent lu r.t'.. y
cure o! tne woinatuy aiva u-, . x .1
Wcul'cu W'-u'eii. It citnbli i!;e i -., .t
ity, drii-a v, t -aliening drains, lie:.. s i.,,...
niutijfi and ulceration, and curi a fc:i: .li
weakness. It iiiaWefl weak women strong
and f.ick women well.
" It iven tne fle,i!Mrr to let you know of tlie
lfif.it l.'ima icrmvf I ftuiii Ir. Pit rccV nu .11
cincH il ( iit- jt" . ite wlii li vtu o kitinK it .
v;it. i Vr. it rtu I'.irlti r, of Uonhcm. I -.i.mti
Oi., TfJi.t.. "1 t'mk your ' Fnvurrt i'n"i-T;'-li'-H.'
" iiI Mi-ilic.'i! Itisftivery'iuKl "-t? i;n.t
Ivtl.-tt,' ;n 1 f .1: .wvtl your arivic rt'iftintii Ut
'litij'J T i ' l . : - ' aii-I an curcl. I )v VcU
tr-.tU-1 tiv 'li .. rt-iit (1 or torn ni'fl np'-iit oih liun-di-.l
.'.xli r i-r ti. :il m jit uiil n(lT(.iii'j, l.nt
ft-t'itvul vt-!;- litHf t!.i-i' I hnvr otilv M'"iit
acvt-ntivil ' il.i : -tnl t" .1 y ri-ut lor VtHir iiu til-Ci'i".-
mi 1 i' 1 "vi trn-111 thrrror four nit m(!ih
of llii-cintl l :in I (rtlliti,; rf Utt rui. I t:ilf' rt ti
Wfw f m1'-; v 111 my b-irr. , nlt irr tfulttr yu-n-II.
ui 'x.iiii.. I Avn'iii luwer jsortimi ;i --
grr-itl i-.iin .li iliroiiifli inv Uiy. I'ui in titcn.s
rti r) w v. rt'. II. i l uTiK.ttuTim; sp- Ms, l.n:.ti
wuh very ft!m, t ::M tlu- tltiii'. i;il p.iin iti 'i.i Li'f..
pun in tnv tli-.'h-i, jmiu In brmsl. nlwt )!.. 1 1 ri
niy h ;i'f. r Ik tvi ls roiKttitatrd. I urn i'l!
rtiw ti ti 1 roj' yinir tK-tier licrilth than -ver n I
in inv wlii'l''" li'--. Am liapjiy to tell you that
I wiih t'Mif.l ! ir n.ivifc ntid i;o-.l ti 1 !i
Ciiict. lUv ' I'j v;i ;tc Pn-vriptniti, 'Gol.i. n M. .!
Iih! l-:...vir. I'lfiisutt 1 IN t- mi. I i
Tril.lftt' Th niMiK-Hic currd mc mut wil'
cure others 10 0.
The denier who offers a substitute for
Favorite Prescription " 30 to gain
less tueritoi iim a nit-dii'tnts. Ills rtnuit is
your loss therefore accept no sid t.i ;: ute. ,
Dr. I'iercu's I leasant Pellets regulate;
the bowels. '
notice to school clerks.
Grants Pass, Ore., Feb. H, lMii:,.
To District Clerks:
Yon Bre hereby notified to comply
with the law which requires iviry
district clerk to enroll annually dur
ing the last week in February, for
school purposes, all person- iu bis
district over 4 and under 2(1 years of
The census report Ihns taken shall
he submitted to the direciors at lhe
annual meeting. June IU, l'.K, anil all
coirectioiH necessary shall then be
inaile, aud the clerk shall then file
his crluiiial report in hisollice, the
same tube and remain a part of the
permanent records thereof, ami the
clerk shall Include a copy of the an
nual census report in his annual re
I on to the conntv superiiiieiident.
Polient In roed
Pi rhnps yon don't realize thnt inanr
pain tioisons originale iu your food,
but some day you may feel a twinge
of dyspepsia Hint w ill convince you '
Dr. King's New Life Pills are guaran
teed !o cure all siclanss due to
poisons of niiiligest "il food or money
back. J.'ic at all drug stores.
A (iuaratitTii C ure (nr 1Mb
Itching, Rlind, Pleciling or Pro
truding Piles Druggists refund
money if PAZlt OINTMENT 'nils to
cure any ruse, no matter of hoxv long
standing, in to It days First ap
plication gives rase ami rest. ,'(V
If your druggist hasn't it, send .Vic
in stumps and it will be fotwiirded
postpaid by Palls Medicine Co., St.
hn You Hive a Cold
The (list action when yon hnve a
cold shuultl be lo relieve the lungs
This is best accomplished by tbe fret
use of ('bimlH.rliiin'a Cough remelv.
A complete cure ,' ll fo lows. This
remedy will cure a severe ccld iu less
tiino than any other treatment and it
leaves the system in a natural and
healthy erudition. It counteracts anv
tendency inward pneumonia. For
sale ''y all druggists.
Plratinii hdfv'i Honev aad Tar.
.. . i
ro.iy i I ii., Chicago, orik-ui.iteil
Honey and Tar as a thrnal ami lung
remedy aud on account of the great !
ItlKtil 111:1 l Iril. r L'..t. . . II... - '
' ' '.''"". s .i'l... :
.,, m.-itiy numinous ore cu-'rcti i
tor tlie gtiiuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey snd lar and refuse any sub
itltute otter, tl as no other n paratiou
111 give ibe s.tiiie s.itisfactiou It Is
mildly laxative. It contains ,;
opiates nnd is safest f. r children and
delicate person. For sale I v H. A.
Holt i n, mid
Wle re there used to be .1 feeling
uueasiiies ami worrv in tl.e hou
iioitiwuena ctilltl show, it si in ; loin.
or croup, (here i now perfect con
lideticc Tli ia ia ow ing lo H uui-
lonu sucx-css or I tiamberlaiii's C K,
Remedy iu the treatun nl ef tl.t dis
cane Mrs. M. L lmsford, of Pod.,
rille, Md., iu speaking cf In r t xperi
encc iu tli.x n. 0f tit r..ie(ly saya :
"I have a world of cooltdince in
ChamNrhiin Cough remedy M
child I aubject to veie attack cf
roup and il alwaya git, a ,lm prciuit
relief " For sale by all ilrQgina.
r ta. C. Z. "Cl. ColumrTj
in n nn 1-r i - 1 T --w.Hniii n -m - fin n rt
AH matter for this nolnmn Is supplied
by the Grant. Pan Womaa'i Cbrutian
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. O. V. Heukle, 211
Second street on Friday, February 10,
at 2 p. m. Mrs. J. V. Halo, super
intendent of the department of Anti
Na'coties will have charge of the
program. A cordial welcome to all
who wish to come.
Work ol the "YV
The (irants Pass Y'e, whose object
is "To plan and carry forward meas
ures which, with the blessing of God,
will result in tho promotion of total
abstinence and the extinction of the
licjuor traffic, " held a profitable meet
ing at Mr. C. V. Henklo's Friday
night, planning the work of the or
ganization. It was decided to take
up up only four departments at
present Parliamentary, Press, Anti
Narcotics and Public Meetings.
The follow ing vice-presidents from
different churches were nppointed
Edward O'Neill, Presbyterian; Mr.
Moore, ISaptist; Mr. Walter Harmon,
Methodist and Amy Isaacs, Christian.
The business meeting was followed
hy a short piogruin and social hour
'during which light iofrehmeiit8 were
served by the women of the V. C. T.
,j T y,, w, ,,,,,( flriit Fr,day
i'nv" "'" At the next meeting
lhe firograiu will he ill charge of the
Anri-Narcotic department. All
young people are invited.
Zona Chapman, Press Supt.
Th Frances Millard Statue.
Washington, D. C, Jan 17. Today
the exftiiitc named February 17 as the
dale fur dedicating the statue of
Frances E. Willard ill Statuary Hall,
l'liu matter was brought up by Sena
tor Cullom, who sent to tho clerk 's
desk the follow iug letter to be read :
"State of Illinois, Executive Depart
ment. "Springfield, Jan. 10, I'.iO.i.
"Dear Sir: Governor Dcenen is
in receipt of a letter from the chair
man of the Illinois hoard of commis
sioners fur tho Frances E. Willard
statue, informing him that the sculp
tor, Helen Farnsworth Mears, n-pcrts
that the model will reach Wii-hing-toi.,
D. C, on February 11. The
commissioners express the desire that
Governor Deneen udvi-e the Senate
of the United States and ltous.' ,.f
Representatives of the completion t f
the stat jc, iu order ihiil a date max-
he ii ediately fixed for its uc-e; -
unco hy Congress. I am din clt tl In
Governor Deneen to coiuniunicaie
this fact to you for your intcrmaticu
and such action us Congress max- st e
lit to take. Yours truly, i
"J Whiitnkcr, '
"lieu. William P. Frye, President '
I' H ited States Satiate, Wii.-hington, 1
1). C." !
Senator Cullom ihen presented the
following resolution, which was
igreeu io oy unanimous consent, :
"lit solved: That the exercises'
approp. iato to the reception and ac
ceptance from tln Slate of I'liueis of
the sialntt of Frances E Willard,
erected in Statury Hall, iu the Capi
tol, he mail' the siecial crib r fori
Friday, Felnuaiy 17, st 3 o'clock. " !
The statue is noxv receiving its'
lini-hing tt nclies in the studio of the
sculptor In New York city In iv.n.i, !
the Illinois legislature passed a bill
providing for the sta ne of Mi-, '
Willard uinhr tne provisu ns allow ing i
eacliNftale In provide two statu, si
euh for Statuary Hall in the cortidot
of ti e Capitol bciliiing. I, j, ,,.
llrsl siatne i f
womau to la. erected
The kl.i,,i, i. w. ,, .
M,,.,r., ,, prilUct of ( M,i., 'l!
sin, wi., has achieved
lhe figure Is
11 111 her art.
of Cairar.i marble, lh
Iil, .,, I- :. , .
I I'ssn 11, 10 g, (.uri,
t.- a lntle more than life sin-.
I .-VI.gUs.lls .-.nut Gaudell. the I
; t r, r c. i.tly in.js.. (, , ,,
lantt lis. written an . nil, 11, i x.t 1,
j m ttaise of the cone. p:.c and ,
ex. cut ion
1 '!", prt gr.iui has 11, .1 y. t N hi ar-
j ring., 1. it ls i ,, i,,,,,,, (), y
-Mil, a liordon. 1 t Fvan
A E. Ycrhio.
and rubber siani
Jra tmnm k u 1 ...
I 13 tnoertts.
Another Caie of RStumatiim Curtd
Chambcrlain'i Pain Balm.
The ellicacy of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm in the relief of rheumatism is
being domonstr ited daily. Parker
Triplett. of Grigsby, Va., says that
Chamberlain's Paiu Balm gave him
permanent relief from rheumatism in
the black when everything else failed
aud he would not be without it. For
sale by all druggists.
Are You RcitlcK at Night
Aud harassed by a bad cough? Use
Hullard's Horehound Syrup, It will
secure you sound sleep and effeot a
prompt and radical cure. 25c, fiOc
and $1.(10. For sale by Model Drug
Store and Rotermnnd.
I havt had orcasion to uie your
lack-'. t.t Stork and poultry Mtdi.
ciaf aid mn p'c eld fo lay taat I n;vir
h ut.d auy'.rtia : .ir stock C.atjjve hiif as 'A
fjoio Mtiir,;:ioa. I h..it:!y recom.
ittend It to a. I o r-ierj of jtotk.
J. B. tcl-SHcR, St. LouU, Mo
Pick stock or poultry shr.ulj not
eat t heap stock f- I any more than
hi, k p.-i -i.,ns si -ii it! expect to be
e.ir"ti Iv f.sKl. When your sttsk
r.ud p initry are -iek give'them med
ieine. lx,n't s ull teem wiili worth.
! leu -'"' ii f It. I til, .ail the l- .wels
aim Mir up in-' turpi,! liver and t he S
ueoe-.l . ,;t I.. I :c i y
- .' '..i ,i, u il is' possi
ble to cure i'. )-. ax-Iiramlit ,st,Hi
an 1 I'.ml-n ,i,o unloads tne
hoxi-t ls and si.r.; n;. ;e torpi.l liver.
it currj every maiaitx- ef stn. lf if
taken in tune
cure a L'. -cent can
oi DincK-i 'rniicht sin Ic and Poultry A
Medicine and it will p. y for itseii tei. S
Is itcast.xer. iiorMHweikbetter. Cows
,,,. not-s gam nesn.
And nens lav t.iont-via. It c,.K... n...
S1 prt.blein of a aliing :il ,,,,. i, i,1K,;
aiaeer.i ,..f f.Kvd con
ey aeaji trt.iu votir dealer.
THE NEW AND EHLA3S!J
Bxrau in Vwui-nlarr 1
fin iu site aej f, ,.ienl',
i '. !,o a. ist ue
hi OeiOUsj M
lorrsxi I,, oreliiil..
'IISJS. liiil I., ur,v
rupti e.f f.,..
Simla In Arrvigenieat.
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a',p... ssejl.i.ssllu-s,,,,',, brtUty,
Stfell ia Prnn-irl.. , .. .,
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Exe:s in Do"ii'-.;.-'
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2.1. U' 'I nexx- . . 1.
been a.M.il ... i ti, '.
the World, a:al l,.lV--tionary
have Ivcn 1
vised under t':.o v; ,.
T. Harris. Ih.:;.. ;
Commission ,- . :' ' '
PREF "AT...- :"
.triuliio ft:- 1 ,
T I tie x ta ,f f ,
llualrnl,'.! j ,
'?r, T 1 -r V.- ,
Q a wia m One
sv".iW 1 ailf!
I havi had occasion to uic your n
Ely's Cream Balm
Thla Remedy la a Specific,
8ura to Give Satlafaction.
GIVIS RILIir AT OKOC.
It clonuses, soothe., heals, and protect.
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drive away a Cold In the Head quickly
Restore tie Sense, of Taste nnd BrueU.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drags.
Applied iuto the nostrils and absorbed,
iirgo 8izn, ?0 cents at Druggists or by
mail: Trial Eizo, Id cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS. 68 V.'arran St., Nw York.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the CoutitT Court for Josephine
Iu the Matter of the bstatel
of Elizabeth F. Neely, Do- V
Notice Is hereby given that the uu.
dersigned, James Neely, has been
appointed executor of the last wit, and
i .. - KM, T- V'l
oi ine .srBie oi iiiy.aueiii r. xnoij,
' deceased by the County Coort for Jo
sephiue Conuty, Oregon, and all per
sons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified ns by law re
quired, to" tbe undersigned exeoutor
at the law office of H. D. Nortou at
Grants Pass in Josephine Ccunty.Ore
gon, on or before six months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, which date of first publication
aud the date oi this notice is Thurs
day. Deoemher 8. A. D.. 1904
I .TAMES NEELY. Er eon tor
Department of the Interior, United
Stares Land Office.
ftoseburg, Oregon, Nov. 3, 1904.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed iu Ihis office by H.J. Srnniitt
contestant, against homestead entry
No. 11,014, made July 14. 1902, for
WK 8W,l4, S NU4", Section 18,
Towuship 87 S., Range 7 West, ' by
James A. Bosh, contestoe, In which it
is alleged that the said eutryniau died
iu February, 1903; that during his life
time he failed aud neglected toeslahlieh
a residence or reside upou said laud,
but resided u 11011 adjacent land; that
since his death the helrs-at-law have
wholly fallen and neglected to reside
upon or luiptove the laud, as required
by law. Said parties are hereby noti
fied to appear, re;nd and offer evi
dence touching said allegation at 10
o'clock a. m., on April 8, ltfOfi, before
John M. Booth, U. S. Commissioner,
at bis office In Grants Pass, Oregon,
and thnt final hearing will ho held
at 10 o'clock a. rn., on April 18. 1905.
before the Register and Receiver at
tint United States Laud Office In Rose
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, filed November 2,
1904, set forth facts which show that
after due diligence persoual service of
this notice can not bo made, il is here
by ordeiod and directed that such no
tice he given by tine and proper pub
lication. J. H. BOOTH, Receiver.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is heroby given that tho un
dersigned has been appointed executor
of the last will and of the estate of
Maria S. Mugoou, deceased, nnd all
persons Imving claims against said es
tate are required to present the same
to nie at Kerby, Oregou. or o W. V.
Hale, nttoruey for said estate, at
Grants Pass, Oregon, verified ns by law
required, w ithin six months from date
Dated December 2S, 1904
F W.JiAVtYER, Executor.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hereby niven. that the nu.
dersigned, administrator of the estnta
of Agnes K. Sawyer, deceased, with a
copy of the will annexed, will, on
and after Friday, the 17th dat of
r. hruarv, ly...,. sell at nn'.ntn .),.
lhe following described real property
eeioiigiug 10 sain esinfe, to. wit: Lot
'("' in IllutK " F" Bourne's First
Addition to the city of Grants Pass.
in Josephine County, Oregon. Said
property will ho m il tn fi,- ki.i,aor
and best b, drier for cash In hand,
subject to confirmation by the County
( onrt for Josepihne County. This
notice is published by order of J. O.
Booth, County Jurig", made in the
maiter of the .stale of Agnes K. Saw
.'it on January lid, PJofl, and is pub
lished In the Rogue River Courier in
pnrsnanee of said order.
tinted January 17th, 1905.
. , , F. W. SAWYER
Adtninlsirator of the Estate of
Agnes K, Sawyer deceased.
,Besl Sheet Music 10c
New Popular Standard and Classical
Sheet Musk '
Full si.'.., K,.st Paper, Hand
onio fnntintr. Any of the 50c
nnd 7.10 music named below
""t post paid for 10c. Our
large catalogue euntains over
a inoiissnd other equally good
for 10c per copy. r not buy
your music at lOc a copy? Cut
out this ad, mark with an X
pieces you wisH, enclose 10c
...1,. xe win w.n(1 ret.-n.
""HI- tou will also recoiro free
Awakening of the Lion,.
nlse Styrienne, np. 37,
Schnh. it's Serenade
--d Hungarian Rhapsody
I i ft
"'in do la Patrie, i.oo
Free-To anyone buying one
more of the above pieces,
"ho will send In addition the
"anus and addrcss of ten
persons xv ho play or sing snd
ould be interests in our cat
alt'gue we will send an ad
Hionai pave w thout charge.
Please ,.,) , your frw cftt
'"'J-'ie. also pi,. n,rlici1 X
fa Two Days.
s. . jf
7TT - box. 25c