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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON. FEBRUARY 17. 1005.
ROQUE RIVER COURIER
OBANT3 PASS, OREGON.
OOUXTT OFFICIAL PAPER.
Published Every Thursday.
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Obituaries and resolutions of con
dolence will be chirped fur at 6c wr line:
aard oi thanks 60c
A. E. VOORWES, Pkopk.
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f i: FRIDAY. FEBR0AKY 17, lldtt.
The federal grand Jury adjourned
on Monday to rmoiivsnu aliout pril
1. The final grisl of nulii tnuii tM
inoladed the exsjutoil atuuHt ion oi
Gongreasm n John N. Williamson ami
other. An alleged couspiriM y lo
defame the character of I'miw uti.r
lioney sueui to have been a btsiineriiiiK
as a blanket indictment returned in
that, matter implicate eift' l "nil
among whom ii the former U. b. dis
Iriol atoruey, John Hull.
The confession of Judtfu Tannur,
Buuator Mitchell's law rwrtner. in
regard to the laud fruudu, puts the
senator in a wow light lliim hi t li r
to. The Oregon IngUlatum, Mhiih
last week paused a rrsoiutinu i x r s
lug oonflduneo In Senator Mitchell
seouii by the uttormi.es of ll tie ui
ber to nave rcjirnti'd Unit actum and
the expression t quite general aiming
the legislators itmt tli" senator
bonld resign. This, howevrr, Mr.
Mitchell has decidedly ritfuM'd lo do.
He standi pat in his first doolaratli u
of innooeuce and says he will fao hl
Conner lu court. Tanner's confis
aion has beeu tne signal tor the dor
msut political enemies of Mitchell
to arouse lo activity ami an tuck him
venomously in the hour of Ii is ap
parent docliuo. Hut the giant is mil
yet pulled down. Though the con
fession of Tannur wakes a worse cusc
for Mitchell than has apiieured hither
to, there Is yet nothing in il to show
conclusively that the sunnier is guilty
and it is possible that lie inur not he
convicted in the trial. Hut win ther
fonud guilty or innocent, he will
never again be the figure iu Oregon
politics that tie has been hi her to
Even if lie be fouud guilty, huwiilj
yet have much syiuathy from the.
people of Oregon. Draft is an evil
very common anioug legislators and
public men and there are many of
Senator Mitchell's oolleagues who
now look askance at hi in, who have
profited by tar worse forms of gritft
than lie is amused of doing They
have not, however, been so unfortu
nate as to bn indicted.
WILL BE JOBBING CENTER I PROSPECT PLACER GROUND
Gre.nl Pa.se Mt.rcho.nts Enlarg
ing Field of Irade.
At MoLane's Auction House is the
place lor bargains. Call ami Judge for
yourself. Uond gloves In cents pair
and op. Serviceable ladies' wrapper
for 40 Wilts. Uood towel for ID cents
Hot of plates 10 cems Heavy pniitK 7.'i
cents. Hewing machine, r-tandttru
make, $10. Rockers, $1. At) and up. A
ticket given on every l purchase that
gives a ohance for a line lounge.
Hair-Kiddle Hardware Company
received this week a car load of
Ham wagons direct from the
factory in Keuuiika; Wis. This firm
sold two car loads of wagons and
buggies last year and their trade has
so iucreuhcd, which, with the pros
perous year that hootliern Oregon is
sure to have, gives them the assur
ance that they will handle three or
more car loads of vehicles this
season. Tins car of wagons is the
fourth car the firm has received for
this year, w hich ih a very good be
ginning lor th" year's business. Oi
the three other cars there Wbre one
each of ciul, powder and cement.
.Sevetal a'uin cars will be received in
the near future of hardware goods
to meet their iuureaxud trade that
jomes with the Irving up of roads
mil the resumption of buMucsa Willi
(lie outlying milling ami farming
lluir r.iildl'j Hardware Company
have in the pust year been doing con
sult ruble Jobbing irade w ith the
villages and towns oi Houtheru
Oregon ill supplying retail dealers.
Their tr.ido in thin line is steadily
inin iihing uuil tin ir territory hrimil-
ii trip, ttn v having niiide among other
shipment.- of late one to Aiihaliid.
And their jobbing Inula is certain
of still greater increase as the Uim
ih made of mi n who are umoiig the
best Ii ii hi i-i n In (ir.itns I'uss, a town
thut is nuleil for having busiuess un-n
wlni hid always alert to every pos
sibility for pushing their business
and the welfare ol their town. This
firm, buying direct from the factories
iilnl hlg wholesale houses of the Kant
and receiving their gooi's iu car load
lots, is able to make a large saving
both iu the cost price and freig t
charges that ciuililu them to lay
goods down iu Drams I'uss at a price
that small dealers cannot meet.
With this large margin to work on,
Hair-Kiiidle Hardware Company
is able to give the small dealers of
Southern Oregon goods at a price that
they cannot -tenure t themselves bv
buying their goods iu small lots ami
liny lug the high freight rates of Mini 11
The llair-Ulddhi Hardware Coin
puny Is not the only house iu
Grains Pass that is doing a Jobbing
trade, for there are several other
linns that are handling goods ill hui.Ii
quantities that ihey ire able to com
pote mii ci fc.lly with Count w hole
sale houses lu catering to the jobbing
trade of this section. The lilies that
Omuls 1'hhh is now able to do a
Jobbing business in embrace hard
ware, cement and building material,
powder, drv goodx. groceries, liirui
ture, clothing, liipiors and several
minor kinds of goods. rtilli the
Mi ml v ami lapid InireiiMi that (trains
Pans is having in all mercaut lie mid
mai.utaciui nig lines it is a miitier
of ceitmniv Ilia' the city will become
one lit the jolihll g centers of (be
I'aeilic Const and will handle the
gn liter portion of that trade with the
riinall dealers of Southern Oregon.
A Drill That Hill Mael the Re
quirements of Prospectors.
E. C. Potter of Los Angeles, and J.
L Clements of Ban Francisco aie in
i urauis i ass anu are Having n tuiuiug
machine bnilt for placer prospecting.
A mull bit mill be used that will bore
a (even inch hole. The drill will be
operated by hand and in soft ground
BO to 70 feet r day cro be bored.
This drill will be lilted with but 65
feet of shafting as Messrs. Potter &
Clements think tb it will be ai deep as
will be required fur prospecting the
auriferous ground iu this aectiou. The
drill will bo so made that it can be
taken apart and packed on packhorscs,
three horses being abb to carry the
entire oullli. The .Lulling to bu light
and ri-adiiy jiackc.I is made of men
pipe aud is cut to 10 d ot sections.
The iron work on the drill is being
done by Janu s 'Iriinhle ami toe Job,
which wan coinploiuil this week, la a
credit to bin hop.
Messrs. Potter & Clements are Cal
ifornia prospectors and have operated
a similar Hull tot jems, in prospect
ing ou their act-obut and toi purtius
wlni hired lln-in to prospect their
ground. 'Ibey have carefully exam
ined tioutheiii Oregon and they teel
certain thai tin y can do a prulituble
business here with their drill outlit.
Mrs. P. J. Leverisch is iu Grants
Push for medical assistance.
Mr. .Stevens is cli lining out the tun
nel iu hia mine, il having caved iu.
P. J. I.i viTi-cb contemplates m viug
his hnui-u mei h.iin lu the near future.
Mrs. Sams In expected hiiiue ill a
few days from Portland, where she
wenl for medical us istauce.
The ling ley Improvement Co Is
having wood cut and shipping to
Asnlaud where they are concluding a
The Conilor Water, Light & Power
Company lire sett ing poles along the
opposite side of the i IVer from WiHlll
vi I io for their eiectiic line from Oold
Kay to U rants Punn.
The Knti rprine Mining l)o. are pre
paring to slnrt their null. 'I bey are
working a few men at present ami es
jieet to put on mole noon. 'Ihcy are
starting up undet the management of
t runk i'row hrnlg , from linker Citv
ami until recently an u'nalganniinr at
the big hlkborii nunc. ,
tluw'i Thil T
We olfer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. V. J. CHUNKY As CO.,
We, the undersigned, have known
K. J. Cheney for the hint l.'i years,
anil belli ve him perfet lv lioiioruble
ill all business transact ions aud fi
nancially able to enrrv out am oh
ligalioin made liv bis tiiut. Wahling,
Kinuaii it Marvin. Wholesale Drug
gists, 'loledo, o.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
tetiiallv, Hetinu iliie.llv upon the
! blood and mtieoiiH iirlnee of the sys-
lent 'I est luminals sent flee. Price
iT.'ic per la tlh. Sol' bv all Drug
gists. I Take 1 lull's I'amilv I'iI.k for cons! i-patiou
WILL SET 45 ACRES HOPS
C C Engllgh Will Add Hope lo
Hia Farm Pulput.
C. E. English, who haa a fine farss
near Murphy, was in Grants Pass
Tuesday. Mr. English if engaged In
general farming, bot is preparing to
add hop raising to his farm operation
aud w ill plant 45 acres to hop this
apring. He will wire the yard, but
will not complete the work until next
winter, only setting the posta this
winter to train the yoing hop vines
ou for this season.
The entire yard if under ditch and
he can irrigate it during the dry sea
son, thus ii soring a larger yield and
bettel quality of hop than il bad by
Mr. Euglish is president of the
Murphy Ditch Company, an organiza
tion composed of Id farmers owning
laud in tne New Hope district and to
he Irrigated by the Company'! ditch.
The other oltloers of the Company
are O. N. Hathaway, secretary, aud J.
Ii. Rurrough, treasurer. Tb board
of directors la composed of Pres.
English, Edward Perry and W. 8.
Wyuant. This Company began work
last winter on a ditch that is to carry
1500 inches of water aud will Irrigate
70) acrei of land. This ditch takes
water from the Applegate river at a
point just below the William road
bridge aud the intake I down to a
depth that will give the ditch its full
capacity of water at the lowest
stage of the river. The work of
con-true ting the ditch is don by the
stockholders in the period during
the winter mouth when Do farm
work is to be done. The ditch is to
be 3!4 miles in length. Two mile
were completed last winter and the
remainder will be finished by the time
the irrigation season open.
A Wall Lighted Building.
! May 1 claim space in yonr oolumns
! to correct an error that appeared in
i your issue of February 8d?
I Ou January 2Xth, I had the pleasure
' of iiiHiMtcting the new High School
I building iu Ashland. Several day
aftc rwnids, in conversation with
! some frieuda, 1 Ssjke of this new
'building, its convenience in arrange
S meiit, good lighting, eta, I added that
each room was also supplied with elec
tric lights that could be used if ne
cessary ou I he dark, short evening of
t.e winter months. Your reporter was
present and evidently not hearing the
first urt of my remarks took it that
thoxo lights were put iu from necei
sily and lam reported a making such
a statetneut. This is all very wrong
for one of the many good feature of
Ashland' new building is it light
ing The siiierlutendeut, teacher aud oit
l.enn of Ashland have a very just
pride iu this new building and this
article in your issue of February 8d,
coming to their attention, haa placed
me lu a wrong light. I trust that yon
will endeavor to aright the matter.
K. R. TURNER.
A. U. BANNARD UNDERTAKER.
1 R L. COE & CO.'S 1
Ii EARLY BIRD SALE
EARLY BIRD SALE M
White Goods, Laces and Embroidery
rIVu Iim lOni-h. ImiI Voti It'iiow I In Slrv AImmii I In lOiirly lliitl &
Kvoryoiic is anxious lg l'i'I Id work ;tl tlic-ir Sprinc; scw'hil' ami now is (lie tiino to make your pur
eliiisos. Never lu'l.ni' li.oo e lu'en iiUe lo -Ima kiii'Ii a vast asMiriinent of K.t ranriiinary Values
ittt are new pilcil up mi niir runnier- for the l.nrlv lliitl puid'aers ('tune ti'lit in, look (lie flock
over him if you tiinl the r .nil- Mm want lnv tliem now, .l.m't wait until your Sprin; work crowds
il upon oii nil in a In
i;i:t i;iy now.
WILL BE RECORD BREAKER A PIANO FORTE RECITAL
1903 Will tncre&aed Indue
Early Bird Prices
15110 yurils While lii.iui I.ni. 11 nl ;
saving ol hum t lu y mi
evcij vim! you I 1 1 in i
50, 8,' jo, too 1 jo. 150, .'.', ,.
Joou yurils Fine Swiss ,m,i N,,in
sunt FiiihiiiiiU'iii s it'it. t 1 1 1 hi 1
the nulls; 11 iilm 1 1 1, in, in
15 to 5c Fi.ulv llli.l 1Qi
ptiocs. . .
1500 vurils lanl'iuiili 1 11 s, lim-
NuinsiM.k, togalm ptiev Sin 1 .
r,o. S 1 ,0 sinl i.n-
a.S pim-s Silk Fuit-li M.ntii.l
Sptlli 1H ss C,.i..,i-, 11 Kiil.u
ptu.s li.itii v I" .ve. OFsrt
Kaily liinl pun mOw
...Early Bird Prices...
CROW N SU,K TAI 1 llTTA SII.K. ft ....
i'. 1111 In - whit , t'Voi v 11 .1 w.ii 1 .ink .1 n.l st.ni,n-.l.
We ll.lve ixilll-iivo s.lie ill tin- t. nil. .lis l.l.lll.l 1. 1
Silk. ttli.ls.lll.il till- Ol A I . I TV. M I.I-. I'IMMI
ami kk ..1 ,in ft .'S mi tin miikii
i:aily Itird Sa'c of
I. iilu s Vi. i Kill Shoo
w.iii.iniiil all soli.l
S pi., is i'v cu. 111 Lawns. Silk Finish, uuli soil, m il
silk lllslel, til It Is llll.lli Stion. il.lv silii.in. I...IHV-
tlini imi 1 r I iioi .1 1. 11 tin- in. .iu Qf:
l'..l! h 011 .1 'l in s
Fvoivlmilv knows I! 1, II K I A
S 11 O Ii S , the ti i k h -esl
sl.tnilHril, stvle Q pZf
aiut value ipO.UU
hi., v.mls mil tin It I'nl.li aohoil Muslin .a 5c
1 S Sty les
15 pieces All U ....1 Novi 1: PsX
Mixtnies, ((.Huh wiii, OvU
New lioil Aiiiiiio
in all dcp.11 Uncut-
Tiir. lilt; m iui:.
js i'1, ' 1 - l. -1 'i'1'!' "n: 1114 1-1. nun Is. j.l. mi. 1 -
l.lil .mil .1.11 k C..1..IC.I, at. . 1VJL
,su il...-. n c'lui.liiii's 1-tut- I.is'e K 1 1 it .til H...-e.
II J, I'l.ll Jill. I .'si'
l.. il'. 11 . 'p. ..(,ii- V liul, n -.l.liK s, - It.: ! lij; QNn
.1 l t i , .i.l o.nnp.e-.e O C
Ii vuii waul to know how it t'ccls
to U- 111 the Governor s Shoes
just tiv on a p.iii of Ins shoes
' The Governor' fits the
hi. 1. 1 I. it mil
Q rant Ps i itartinK off in the
;eer 1908 t paoe that make it cer
tain that thil year In to break all
prerioo record io building and iu
doit rial growth and give inch an im
petus that the city will dintanoe all
other town of Rogne Rlrer Valley
In growth and become a i certain,
the big city of Southern Oregon, and
the largeit place between Salem and
With this week will be laid the
foundation for the third planing mill
for Grant Paa and be an establish
ment that will hire eight machine
and employ about 15 men. It 1 all
bnt certain that Eastern parties will
within the month begin the work of
erecting a box factory and planing
mill, which will be the second
box factory and the fourth planing
mil). The city i.ow ha two breweries
In auooessfnl operation, the second
one having been completed aud
brewing commenced last week. Next
week will witness the laying of the
foundation for a cold storage building
that Is to be 00x100 feet and be the
most complete and best equipped
plant between Portland and Sacra
mento for handling meats, fruits,
butter, eggs, beer, et". Within the
near fnture, the Orants Pass flouring
mill is to be enlarged from 40 to 100
barrel capacity and equipped with
electric power. The first car load of
machinery arrived this week that is
to increase the equipment of the
Grant Pas Iron & Steel Work and
make it the largest and most com
plete machine shop and foundry in
Oiegon south of Portland.
This large and substantial addition
to the Industrial establishment of
Grant Pass mean that the payroll of
the city will be increased fully 25
per cent and brought up to a size
equaled by bat few towns of the size
of this place on the Paoiflc Coast.
While it is annul for little building
to be done during the winter months,
even io this mild climate and country
of 13 mouth restless energy, yet
there are now in Grant Pass, 14
dwelling house under con rue of
erection and several more are to be
begun io the near future. The brick
is now being delivered and work will
soon be begun on the first hriri
business block for 1U06. It is practi
cally certain that several more blocks
mill be erected this year, besides
some one-story bricks that are to have
the second story added. It will be a
conservative estimate to say that 150
residence and basiness houses wilt be
erected iu Grants Pass duriug the year
IU05. Yet Grants Puns is not iu the
midst of a boom, nor never haa bad a
boom, but is growing steadily and
with just the same degree of speed as
the surroundiug country is developing
that is giving the solid fouiidntiou to
this substantial prosperity that
Grants Pass, the Spokane of Southern
Uregon, is having.
Mr. O. O. Pumel and her mother,
Mrs. Sarah Loudon, left Snndity for
Jacksonville to gu to their home 00
Upper Applegate. Mrs. Loudon had
been In Grants Pass for the past
month under the care of Dr. M. C.
Kia.iley, the eye speemlmt, for treat
ment for an eye trouble that threaten
ed her Willi total blindness. So
seriously was one eye affected that Dr.
Fiudley was compelled to remove it.
The operation was successful and it
resulted in restoring the other eye to
its full streugth. The loss of the eye
gives Mrs. Loudon no diliiiureiu.-ut to
her face as the doctor so skillfully
fitted the eavity with a clu eye that
the difference iu the appenruce in
the two eyes cannot be detected by a
Mr. Pursel Is the wife of C. C.
Psrsel, a well kuowu sawmill man
of Upwr Appleunte and she stated
that her husband was operating liis
mill tne greatvr part of this winter
aud was having ready sale for much
of the lumber he cuts in nam Ivinir
the local trade and for orders iu Jack
sonville and Medfnrd Mr Purnel
aiitieiiiatei a uimkI trade thin vear and
ne is gmiing a large quantity or lam- ;
oer in stock mill -i aHinieil tor Ku 1 l.li rx
DMM. Mr PnruMl l.u. at Mi... I....I ,.l
sus:ar nine ami nr and this Inmher im
of a quality that is much in demand
L. H. Hall, who owns the building
occupied bv himself mid C K Cole
With nu undertaking emablinlinieiii.
is having the brick hauled with which
to construct au additiou to the build
ing. It will be Jllj'.Ti. two stories
high aud will give the entire block ..
lengtli of HO feet. No contract will
be let but Mr Hall will superintend
the work hiiuwlf aud lure nicchaulo
by tne nay.
Tins uew additiou to the Hall blin k
will be occupied by Hall & Cole to
giv added sice for their undertak
ing parlors. The uew part will be
made iulo two rooms, our to be used
tor a place lo keep their hearse and the
other will befitted ui) f.r mnr. ue
Tins receiving room will lie sun-
lllled with all the invmiii.. i.f
a flratela.s morgue and will be a most
useiui adjunct in tneir undertaking
busiuesa. Their hearse, which has
been ordered from I he Kast and will
be here the last of this month, will
he oue of the duesl ever brought 10
Southern Oregon aud will he au
eqotge that will be a credit to
Good one-horse spring wagnu and a
good farm wagon, both bargains at
uoore's second hand an. re.
Pupil, of Mis Ethel Carolyn Pal- j
mar Entrte.ln Trends
A piano forte recital by pupil of.
Mis Ethel Carolyn Palmer was
given on Saturday evening at the par
lor of Bethany Presbyterian church .
and wa attended by parents and j
friend to the number of about a.
hundred. The program was amuu
the most enjoyable of it charater
ever given in Grants Pass, the work
of the pupil showing marked im
provement over previous erenu" ,
and enjoyable recitals given In past j
Some of Mis Palmer' pupils re
quite young and the facility with ,
which they handled their selections (
was pleasiog in the extreme. The)
slder tmniU displayed a musical
ability commensurate with their more
extended traiuing aud everj numtxr
of the program was received with
enjoyment and applause.
In addition to the selections given
by the pupils, two duos from Bee
thoven were given by Miss Palmer anil
E. S. VauDyke and were most ap
preciatively received. In response to
an urgent call from the audience.
Miss Palmer was induced to give au
additional enjoyable selection at the
close of the program.
The following pnpiU took part iu
the program: Mae Nipjier, Eiuna
Petsoh. i onise Fetsch, Clara Wolke,
Alma Wolke, Cora Fet.ner, Bessie
Davis, Hazel DePuy, Bernice Fallin,
Alma Harvey, Grace Weideuniiller
Lola Rehkopf, Lulu Laud, Ethol
Kiggs, Lacosta Maugntn, Pauline Co
and Leila Caldwell.
The work of the pupils was a
creditable demonstration both of
their talent and the ability of Miss
Palmer as an instructor.
It was not alone iu the mechanical
execution of the music that the play
ing of the pupil appeared to advan
tage, but also in the more artistic de
tail of expression and interpretation
of which every number gave evidence
of the thorough aud judicious in
struction given by the teacher.
A Good Performance.
"Jerry, the Tramp,'" presented at
the opera house on Saturday eveuiug
by home people, was a thoroughly
successful entertainment iu every par
ticular. The amateurs were greeted by
a good audience and in the mainte
nance of their several parts, displayed
a vim aud spirit aud dramatic ability
that was enjoyable in the extreme.
The specialties also were pleasing
It has been decided to repeat "Jer
ry, the Tramp" at other Southern
(iregnn towns and the play will be
given at Gold Hill, Jacksonville and
Glendale, and perhaps at Ashlaud.
If you want to raise ducks, buy au
Incuhitnr of F. Schmidt.
Furniturb and House
After invoicing I find some goods in excess
and odd pieces, Lace Curtains. Portieres, Car
pets short ends; Mattings. Linoleums, Oil
Cloths. Want to close them out before Spring -goods
arrive. You can save money. Come
A. U. BANNARD
HiS Store, North Side, 6ih Sreet, Grants Pass
Two Steel Ranges Must Be Sold.
n ASSiriED iADS. rROFEssioxAL cards.
orpin. Apply to J. M
WANTE D .
milk cow. Will tradt
W ANTED Hint to cook 01 run
b. ariling house at mine or logging
camp. Mrs. O. T. Smith, Merlin.
FRANK BL'KNETT-l pholstermg,
mission furniture made to order.
FIVE-B.GUM cottage on North
Seventh street for rent. Inquire oi
J. L Scovill.
C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Practice limited to
RYE, FAK, NUr-K and TIIKlMI',
and fitting of glasses.
1 Mill hours to 12; 2 to (I;
7 3u to h:3U. lelephone 261 and 77.
tiSANTH I'ASB, - - OKKIIMN
TRED'K D STRICKER M D.
PHYSICIAN ano 8URGEON.
Masonic Temple, Rooms 2 and 4
I'hone tij3. Okkuhn.
PET deer for sale. Is tame as a
lamb. Address Mrs. W. S. Webb,
lilll, Moss street, Gruuts Pass.
HAY FOR SALK in carload lots.
Write J. A. Ferry, Medforil, Ore
gon, for prices.
FoK SALK Window tush, three
sizes good as new, at a bargain at
Moore's rJecoud-Hauri Store, wher
other bargains can he had.
A GOOD WORK TEAM, weighing
2'JnO, v.agiiii and harm us ill good
condition, for sale, cheap for cat.li.
Address R O box l!l", Grants Fans,
FOR SALE A Gnat Ranch 2 1-2
miles north of Merlin, UK) acres,
Fine out range, with over 1(H) head
of nice Angora Goats. If yon want
a real bargain, come and see mi1
or a ldress L. A Marsters, Merlin,
( A. DOUGLASS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND KURUEON
Office: Tigney's residence, oor. 6th
and E streets.
Hay and night phone No. 631.
Ghauts 1'ask, - - Unsans
)R. J. M. KITCHEN,
I.ate member of New York; Pot Grad
uate Medical school.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Orllce in IUxon Hock, west Front M
1 hones: Otllco 881, Residence 481.
WILL A M ET! E V A L L E Y
Sound, Dry and Mealy and the
Iiest Potatoes sold in Grants Pass
ACKK ranch, kxm1 prune ami
" apple orchard, Hinall fruit? in
ahunifatu-e; wafer for imitation, beside
HpririK! on every 40 acres? center of a ood
range country; two dwelling houe. hig
larn. every thing complete; well sheltered
from frost1, good mining markets, one
half mile north oi Tunnel price $'J,')0u.
Inquire at this oihce.
i:AKM FOR tSALKtwotinU from Mer
lin, USD ai res ahout :i acres of good
ottoiu laud, .'." acres in cultivation, -mull
house and ham and ahout -tO acres under
fence, hnlance of land suitable for orchard
or pasture. For further particular ad
dress W. M. Crow. Merlin. Oregon.
I) P. LOVE. M D.
PHYSICIAN AND KUKtiEON.
OBIce in illiuniB liros.' liloclt, over
Grunts Pass iroeery.
Residence Phone 414.
Office Phono 141.
(iRAvrs fAss, - - Omu.'N
t C. HOUGH,
Practice in all State and Federal! 'our s
Office over Hi-st Nationul Hank
The Purest and Most Wholesome
Syrti. The only fit for tatile use
JIIIICu Ul UUuTV
Front St., near Fourth.
"Nettie, the News Girl," said
to be au elaborately staeil melo
(llama, aboundiiiK iu strenuous
situations and climaxes will be ut
the ojiera house Saturday nilit,
i ebruary lhth. It is from the Jieii of
Lem B. Parker, with little Wanda
Ludlow iu the title role. The scenes
in the ilny are laid iu Ni w York
City, which atT. riln mi excellent op
IKirtunity fur a lavish scenic .lis.
1 lay, and llint this fact has beeu
taken ailvautiiKe of, is evidenced by
the fact that two cars are used for the
lransiriatiou of the sceuerv aud
Does yonr head pain with a frarfol
depression, is thers a swiiiiuniiK seu
siition ud slisrp dartnm pains'
WriKht's Psriiiiiin Headache eure wili
r-Iievn it Tablets or Water form
Iry it. All drus-gists.
J. H. AUSTIN,
WHEN GIVEN UP BY OTHER
it costs you nothing to consn t
Uh. Miintoiimkry. He cur i
reiiiiuc complaints, men s prirato U: -;
eases und nil kinds of chronic trim Mi .
Al.-o m-Un Cherokee und other jruartn -tis-il
family medicines. P.O. Box UK
; Cull at Free Methodist Parsonage.
Has Hii.iiit the Test. of -Jr, Years.
The i.i.l, nriKHial GROVE'S Tastele-s
dill Tonic. Yon know what yon me
taK iiik. Ii in iron anil quinine In a taste
.es form. N en,f,i nn ,,4y
I Three Vi&ms Sold
I In Past Three D3lVs
I f vmi urn rA--A J i
If you want one, and don't want tn , . .
YOU HAD BETTER HURRY. 7 "
Mr. 0. 0. Hedges of Merlin secured a Smith u,r, i
Mr. Busch of this city ...cured the Ust Rudolf in stock.
r;7 .w .u,i .. in uz::l :;(:r' :
v.ac juur saving if you
L. B. Hall.
C. K. Cola.
Katiy lind ak"
It will pay.
i.'iI.iaii N.itiu .1 A ... kI l..e c Cuit .in l',.
.iil i . iiiiph u .11
Mrn-fU llnul M.ulr ami Water
It sl.itils up iniiU-r the most st-m-ic
lMl Hall & Cole,
Full slock of Burial KoIm ami I n
North Sixth treet
Nmt Court II.hish.
Offlcd, Xo M; Keoiili'Dcns No. T7
and No. iXv
Steck. Everett, Fischer. Ludwig, Kin.sburv ... . .
man Pianos on hand. Good en.h a"U IIard"
" ,,ie.tp enough for anybody.
ALLEN Q, GILBERT-RAMAKER rn
AT ODD FLLLUM& BLOCK, ORAjp C .
Ku Phon 713
J M WARD. b.l..m.n
Sor Phon. 264
R. L. COE & C9.-TH E BIG STORE
k.XL5 iistei.e".ChiU TorJtT