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- Dissolution Nolle.
Motioe U hereby siren that (tea
Eunr andJElrner' Uayes of the firm
of Harvey & IHaye, liverymen, have
ikaaolTsd partnership byjnotual eon
ant. The boiinea will be continued
. by the firm of Calvin and Uayea,
Who will collect all debt and settle
11 obligations of tlie.'.forojurf flrm'nf
Harvey o. Hayes.
tafritfe B 'Z QKOBGE HARVEY,
ELMER HA YES.
Feb. 1, 1805.
Kotloe 'UThcrebv given I hat the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween i. R. Hyde and U. A. 1 ty.lt
doing boines in Grant Piw, Ore
gon, onder the firm name of Hyde
Broa. ii tli ia day terminated hy
mataal couHout. The mercantile
buaina heretofore carried on by tin1
firm ha boen assumed by J. H. I : y I
who will pay all hi 1 la duu by Ihu firm
and collect all account due Ibe firm.
J. R. HYDE
a,Oranta Pant, Ore., Ki t.. I, 1'Jno.
SATURDAY, Feb 18th
GOULD and 1 KLKI)
Present Their Bio
A. Mlcnllt Conipn iiy,
Miss Wanda Ludlow
Mr. Lem B. Parker
SCENIC INVEJTITUKE UNSURPASSED
EVERY ACT CARRIED IN ITJ ENTIRETY
Beat on Bale at Dol'uy 'aotiiifntlijiioi y
Style and Taste
' in framing la
A plolure, mi mutter
bow fins, la tuiomplilo
on til properly friiiiitul.
of, all that la ncwnt,
neatest and best In
P'KAMF.H ami MoI'I.t)
INGH. Inuludiug oval
circles, squire anil hw
elal dualgus, enable me
for the men ey
C. L. QLCVCriQCR.
Grand Pan, Ore Ken
Assaycrs and (Jlitnnbt..
Uold, Silver, Copper, J.,,i. i , i,,-h.
Gold and Mlvi r, tl. I
Each anil evoty assay done mil, tin
idea that It way l,e chockci.
U I. (.)a,lI
U. .1 I , lei.
Reynolds & Lawtou
Civil and Mining
MKN AND SL'RVhVDUS.
(i rants las
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT ISSUKANCt
Agiiat llig Hum llnslh Lano. t o.,
Wyoming. Alienor ire Ken,.
The Popular Barber Shop
Oct your totisoti.il nuik a. me at
On 8lih Siu-rt Time ib ,rs
Path Knout In ouuinvitoii
a ! J 1 -v
FARMERS F t I D S I A B L E
J. E. Kr.IU.KY, I ,.,.r.
List stable auuth on viilh st,,,, l
Hoots under cover fur I x ttora s
41) wagon. Itoi stalls, toti.ii
Only the bol hay, eteau ) ia;n
alfalfa fed. Hulled bailey und o
No dlaoaavd hnisos allowe-l t wre
running water, ami Ituch .',,. ,od '
lllug room and tn.t, I room i uti
ladies cau leave wraps utni ana ge
ineir ouui. i
Prliaj reaaouable und Ih al i ate giwo :
Frunt arsd 4lh Stt. P. 0. bo i73.
Lniployruent ntlae:. ilciiu.. tented
So. 7o-lo aire, all (nt.nl. in, iitea""","1'1"'11"1" I.epairlLg ut e pto.npMv
nie bulli.ni, 7ft ctnutsUsl, pi u. Impa, 4 and at n aaonanle uh u g,-a.
nuiea Iroui railmil inwi,, guud tomla. New and s, ci ini Hand M,y, l, liuns
aeliuul, etc. A bargain al 41.' an a, re I lop lli.l Hi lnll'iTi n.ttl.
ciup UJ pay j unboar prn- m u., y,r. : Miup ou Ntulh Mxth s,n't.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
Unequalled lor Conatlpatioa.
A. K. Kane, a prominent druggist
of Baxter Springs, Kaunas, says :
"Cliaoibcrlain' Stomach and Liver
Tablet! are, in my judgment, the moat
superior preparation of' anything in
use today fur constipatiou. " For aale
by all druggist.
E. X. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., write
April iiotli, IWK: " For 10 to 13
years I bad been afflicted with a
malady known as, the 'in:h.' The
itching wa moat unbearable. I bad
tried fur years lo iind relief haying
Hied all remedies I i-ould hear of be
side a number of doctor. 1 wish to
Mate that one single application of
lallani's Snow Liniment cured me
completely anil perm inoittly. Since
tlieu I have nsed the iiiiimeut oil
two at-tiarato occasiunslor ring worm
aud it cured completely. " 2.' uOc and
tl.OU bottle al Mi Kiel Drug Hiore and
M' hub the ability to do a good days
work without undue fatigue and to
liml I'tu worth living. You cannot
havu indigestion or constipation
without lia upsetting the lifer aud
pc. luting the blood. Kurh a condition
iiiuy bu best and quickest ohtaiueii by
id -rhine, tie, h. hi nver regulutor tiiut
tbu world Iiun evrr known. Mrs. D.
W. .Smith writes April 8, IM: "1
use Horbinn, ami Bud it the best
nieiiiciue for constipation and regalat
ing the liver 1 ever used " Price 60
cents. Model Drug Htore and Holer
uiuud's. IVsud txpuicd
A few counterfeiters have lately
been making aud trying to cell iunta
linns of llr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and colds,
uuil other uiedicies, thereby detiaud-
ing the public Ihis is to warn yoi.
lo beware of aucb M-ople, who seek to
protlt, through stealing the n potation
of remedies which have been success
fully curing disease, lor ovcriio years.
A sure protection, to you, ia our name
on the wrnpiair. II. L. lit. C'KLEN &
CO., ( b u uko, ill., and Windsor,
Cam da. ror sale by all druggists.
All etlorls have failed to Hud better
reuieiiy fur coughs, coMs and Inng
troubles thru Foley's Honey and Tar.
J. N. I'atteiMju, Nashua, Iowa,
writes-. lust winter 1 had a had
colli on my lungs ami tried at least
half a ilu in ailvi rtivcd cough medi
cines ami bail trialinent from two
physicians without getting any hcuo-
tll. A Irteud reeiimmelldell Foley t
llniiey and 'iar uud t wo thirds of a
bottle enred me. 1 consider it the
greatest cough af:d lung medicine in
Hie world." tur sale by II. A.
Crave 1 rouble furciccn
It lieeilh but little fori sight to tell,
thai when your stiiii.iieli anil liver
are badle nlleti.l, giave trouble
is iih iail, uiiIiks ou lak. the proper
medicine for Jour ilisinse, as Mrs.
John A. YiiMig, of t lay, . Y., ilni.
.She says: "I had nciir.tlgla of the
liver ami uniii.n Ii, my heart v.as
w 'Ul ;i lied, ale 1 ci.ulil nut eat. I wax
viry bud Inr a long time, but in
i.lictriu l iliiiH, 1 IomihI just what
I iiendeil, lur they ipiiekly lelleVeil
amlouii il inv. " fs i Ul uinler guaiau
ti" by all druggists.
A Menaie to Health
Ki'lui y tumble i-a m nuis lun
ger, .mil many l ei iile ale victim ut a
I il US limlaiiy I . fi.re I he tin iK
aii r. ngiii.. il. I ul, ' Kidney Cure
i "i n i Is i i i . gu lanl u s anil am ngtl i ii
end I nil, Is up 1 1n knliieys, and II
l.' illd 1'. tal.i ii ai l he lirst Hell, a
If t i,f ki'lm v ( i mi Ii as li is mi
I , e il'li 1,1 ,;i, go, I,, nllh if the
u.u .-sine deiangeil. Fur sale by II.
A. I tl i iiitiuit
iii, tin, nut y t, liei, d. unit perteetly
I' ilni, I v l.ii. t, leu s Arnica Salve.
K'v i.l'ati., Jr., f Ni.riulk, Va .
1 1 ' " "I Inn ut l: v knee a, I
'e'. ; i. I !,.iel, d all over. Ilu, kl, n's
ll.ii I M- ! sti ,if,l Ihe Him, and
ei, ' 'I n 1 1 1 1 1 ' n t a scar. " '.'. at
what Are They?
( 1 1 it it 1 1 ' i Iain's Men, aili mill l.ivcr
'1 it, i, t A new n itte, v tor siniiiacli
It ' 'ti ll s, hi hi'tiiicss, and cost tpation,
uud .i g.'ml i'tu,. fin-c '.', ivuts. For
aale by all ilruggM
E. A. WADE
nuv (it m is.
I'li'Iit Mt, ot. c-. I'al.ttv Ipttcl
('. K.A n fs 1'.S. tlKl-;
S A Y !
1 1 r t vimi tin,1 she
Ilcullitzlil ( Imp - limine
r i i, t ....... S,,i.,,, SUu. '
I'HI -.1 l'-!l ; s ... , Tl Vl.lis
Mr' I 1' Uill'l.! 1 , ) , 1 -1
V. I ! ' ' Kl I'-, ,.s
, - . . .
Ltcjclca, Sewing Mi.chl;., I.,,,,.
i . 1 Hl.f I'll-lnes, I'lltlTviU. an.)
EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT
Merchant. Want to Clo.e Sto.e.
an Hour Earlier
The early cloning movement is
again nnd.ir consl ierati. u In Cranti
Pane and 'an effort la to be made to
aeonre the closing at an earlier hour
than is now the mle of stores, barber-
shop and saloons. The stores now
cloie at 7 p. ni., the barbershop at
8 p. m , aud the saloons at 1 a. m.
The merchants favoring the early her charge the school has been a auo
closing claim that there is lirrle bust- ecu. Wednesday the third term will
ness after .1 o'clock, for from that begin with Miss Minnie Wood of Grant
hnnr to 7 o'clock is the sapper honr . Pass as teacher.
for most people d few pcrMrni on The Flei.lat Broa. have taken a Job
the streets at that time and. the profit t the fUpHr mlue of j. T. Lay ton
on the sale, mote rrom n to 7
o ciock usuany nan y e,,,iai me tight,
fuel md other exisiisis Then th
7 o'clock closing "makes a very great
inconvenience to the business men in
their supper hour. If tiny no to
their meals at the honr when other
Iienple dine, they have bare:y time to
get back to their stores by closing
The barber think that 13 hours
sleaily work during winch they are
on their feet alin'wr constantly with
tint even a rest nr mealtime, for they
have to hitrrv back to their shops, is
more than should he required nf a
man While : hours is rather a long
shift to ti" 011 duty, especially at
work that makes standing a neces
sity. Jet to get their customers to
take kindly to Ihe new ruin that will
require them to get shaving done dur
ing regular business hours is a mat
ter that may not be so easily actum
plislteil by the barb, rs.
K.eaolvitiorvti oi Cnndolwnce
Whereas, The (;reat Architect of
the universe has in 1 i in A'isd'.'m called
from labor to refreshments, our be
loved brother, Il McCarthy, who was
an honored member of Grants Pass
Lodge, Number M, A. F. ci a. M.
makes It eiiiineuily helltting that
we, as a lodge, recoiil our appreciation
of It 1 III,
Hi solved. Tint the wis, 1, 1111 and
ability winch he has exercised ia the
aid of our lodge bv services, cnutri
liutlons and cun-el, will be held in
Hes, lived, That Willi deep sympathy
with the her, avi d relatives of the
deceased, we express our ho e thai
even so great a loss t,i tta all mar he
overr lied for guntl by 1 1 1111 that dneili
all things w ell.
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be spread usiu the records
of Ibis ledge, a cony presented In the
local papers, and a copy forwarded r 1 1
file bereaved tumi Iv.
(Signed) James Hole, an
Iv A Wade
Yemen Fan h it,
The above resnltit'ons were unani
uniusly adopted by Urania I'ass
Lodge, No. M, A. F. A. M., Feb
ruary -4ti., nil,.',
C i: MA VI, Ii;, .-,,-'y.
Keioltiltnns tt Coniiolonce
lo the Master ,,t k 11, an. 1 HI,, , r.-and
Melllbels id Ji.si'pliih" l.uiign, No.
Il-V A. tl I V
We yi ur commit ii ,', duly 11 pointed
10 prcp.we icsoiut tons ot i.l, 1 hiii
in Ihe widow, Int.'y , nd f ! len ,s of
our lately tin -.'an d I rclhci. J. U.
Schmidt, respni uiiv submit he fo.
low lug :
When as, Hur helov
( 1. S, hn.ntt, I, j ,1 .
l.o.lK'.' I,, ,h, s: c
Ii. ..ol il, I lial we
thai w e hsvi 11 ! a It
of our iitd' 1. a l r, , In 1
v ill iilu.it In I,, ,.i in
hl'anei , and , h, r : -f , l
,1 hrolher, J.
I ,. Ige above,
ill, I'll! Itieinticr
w ho-c tnettniry
1. 1 In1 ! v n 1111 ut-a-
:l ai i t a
1 1 tie and I, a! A 1,1 1. n, ,n. I .
It tnr -
liesnlvcil, thai it, sine
I II t he si 1 1 1 w of 1 1 .1- I,. 1 .
ail, I 1 M, ltd lo II,. in ,,1.
rel r-1 t V 1 1 -v,
,1 tain lv
III Isllll t till,',
, ltd, I can- of
! me all
l.oli n and
And ho n
s tit al
II lilt V, ho
ye thai !al ,
1 will sc
K, m'Im l,
r, s,.!ni to,..
s, III to i he
liter,. i l
rcconls ot it
,,l 1 1 ni
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1' i hr Italy I It li, , .., ,
W l.i ti il .
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' in. m, I ao
. itui Ol li I
, ti,'ttK- t, 'i i
1' 1 I. on and
fit, ni tin U t I a
1 hi tile, III at '. tl
t v illi h pi.inl tl ,t
tin iitd s l . ie am!
w 111 handle it
goltl than III, old si
Mi n of in tn v
clat ttis nit S lit-i,,
of buy in 1 1., !. ,i
are klto ..It t P, j
b- , II tli i io , ,1 n.
li e in, in v. .Mi J
satin lt pit ni. ,
I i,e t. in i s at i, t
tin in and i res , ( :
lOW II pt til' to .1. ;
, lit f-oin
c la inn il
1 .a, er it,. in is
muting il,i v t
h is , ut sh, rt II
Till, I .
1 S 1.
N. I!. .Mc(,Kl W ,
ClON! 1 K
i !.. i i : i
1 A S OWt UtN.
Pi.lace Barber Shop
j m .miu s. i',,.().
Mkivid", IK,,,- t.nit,,,
l.ltll, J tC.
F..ylli.lf.: !, I i, , , , ,
laot a i u a i.,is
KOGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS
Mrs. Win. Harriett of Apnlegate
WM ' jI'roToU Wednewiay to get a
"apply of garden seed and onion aeta
fw ear,y um
Dr J' A' ' P"t "
,0 Nw di"rict the Uttr
Iar, of ,hi" '""k H" ,hat
th-T" n .-ca,, of fr,PP bnt
""B w'rion- .
School cloaei at Provolt Toeaday,
Febroary 14 Hi len McCoy of Graota
Pass has b.eu the inwdier and onder
,,nrt started to laying pipe the firat of
,,, WHe-B. which wa finished Satnr.
day Mr. Lay ton will star bis pipes
to tearing the banks for the spring
and summer rnu which will last for
about seven months. Mr. Lay
ton's mine ia in Ferris gulch, which
empties into the Applegate river.
This mine is the best placer property
iu Jackson county.
After an illness of several daya. Dr.
McFaddeii passed from I Ins life on
Sunday, February 6, 1V05 at the age
of K5 years, 1 mouth, five daya. He
was horn in Ohio, January 1, 1840.
The funeral servioes, which were
conducted by Hev. Hickman of Mur
phy, were hold at the graveyard 00
Tuesday at 11 o'clock, a. m. , after
which a large concourse of friends
ami acquaintances followed the re
mains to their last resting place in
tim Missouri Flat cemetery- Dr Mo
I'adilen bore hia short suffering with
out a complaint, bat waa alwaya
cheerful 1111 had a pleasant smile fur
eveiyonu even during the last momenta
ol Ins suileriug. lie waa love i by all
who knew him, by hia kind aud
good disposition; be will be greatly
iiiihmmI by the neighbors, aud frienda
but most greatly by hia kind and
loving wife and chlldreu, who ao
kindly ami tenderly administered to
his wants during his sickuesa.
link Maitsli, Id of Thompaon creek
wan at our burg Tuesday to have
home blacksmith work done. Mr.
Man-Hold slated that every thing at
present is in the stir aud the mining
industry is taking the atteutluu nf
most of the settlers. He also stated
Ihai tin re are runny prosjaictora iu Ihe
hills aud that a large number of good
quartz pockets and ledges have been
uncovered in the past few mouths.
Front all reports the Applegate valley
and mountains surrounding It, will
prove to be out of the leading gold
producing valleys of Southern Oregon.
It is jttnt of late that so many ill lues
Itav, hci u found and many of them
we hope will prove to be valuable aud
prove lo bo other Ureeubacks. Thia
valley has been one of the richest
placer mining camps iu the state
wheu it was woiked some 40 years
ago by the early settlers. All old
set tier stated that they used to get
pieces of qunru that con la i lied f.,0 to
' in gold. This quart', was of a
lose cclni and it has been honied for
many years hill has not ht 1 u found.
New Hope Item.
(Crowded out last week. )
lite llnu of Jewell llurrough are
busy getting ready for putting oat
I.afe McCullom waa out to the old
homo to attend ditch meeting, the
I'th of i'ettruary.
John Mi ( ailisier ii employed at
I Mr. Perry's quaitg mine a carjmu-
n r. I-1 oil Met allister Is working for
hit I ik ker line.
Farmers are gcnerii lly all busy
putting in their en,w. There is more
l .-...s. '.i....n ,u una Hil VI
j the entity Ihail for some years paat.
...,,. I, ,.1.... 1., a I.. !... ... ..a
Will anil Miss Annie MoCalliatcr
an n siding on Murplty creek for a
few days. Will is engaged iu plow
ing ami seeding gram ou hi farm
known as the 11 I am, is place.
1 .1. L. McCt lluin has been
' sin ets lately.
Ihere was a dance at Thoma
Leitli's last Frn'ay uight.
An t njoyable lime was speut at the
la i I John McCallisier aud family.
."-,,(( Stringer was at the entertaiu
I lueiii at John Mel al lister' Thursday
! ft, lung.
I laieiiee Wyitatii ha a contract of
. in o., ng Ion po sis lor Jewell iSt
la i .ugh.
Witt. .Mi Callist. r and Clarvuce
: N.Vt ant ma, I, a business trip to
I, i. nils l'.ss Satunluv.
Ihere will lr si rvii'cs at the New
lloe cbtii. h .oii, iay , alt are cor
dial. y in. licit tt, an, nd
i lln Miny, by Mich Co h, Id an elec
tion lust Monday, electing us directors
II S U yit.ini, t' C. Knglish and Kit
I'erty, s, t n tarv, c N Hathaway ;
pi t,i, ni, c C. F.ughsh; treasurer,
I J 1. luiiroitah
V li, rty has sold Ins meat mar-
'ct lo II l aiiillo, who has moved
i to tti l.i,, th building ou South
S Mtt ir 1 1 Mr I iit i i 1 1,, will ni,
latg. il to a lit. tonus city market and
, in coin ion in ail kinds of meats, will
can. poultry, hsli. igga and butter
Mi I atliln, came last fall from till
to i- and ! a I tight, hustling apvar-in-
loan. He will be assisted by J.
W I. ill, an oxioriiie. d bliK'kuiau
t tout I'c us. 1. aula.
ars Ul ; i-rop iu t
no ' .: anil halt crop In Ihe oilier.
' ''" lo my lace, :l i: ties south of
it it. Pa.., :.t (Ht, b r Uwiier
an I. a., cow ,y proving pr.ttrlv nd
a. tug ch.ugcB W L IMW KLL.
La liripp and Pneumaaw
l it, it. i, on, a itfnu fol cwa Iji Grip
but it, ver followa the use of Folej's
II, in v mid lar lt cur.a la ripi
oi.gl.s ami prevent. t uiiii.iiia and
. t, uit'ptioii A.g for Foley's Houev
.hi lar and refuse uit siih.iiiii,M
It, nd. '.11. ti. achi r". i.r l.'.riw.
I M.. Chicago, . rues: "Me wtfa
It .il a s. i.e.. inn, of la grtp three
,ais ... and u left Iter w ith a kvr-
in in. dtale nlnf A .VI .-ni h..i ,1.. ,
un.i lei cugh eullrelj. For aale,
t) 11. A Koltxuiuuii.
PASS, OREGON, FEERUARY
3Mf llR IE SWELL BOOT
-" MAKERS af 'A thai individualises j
wits 115 syaacfta l( i5 wearer as
""""" KfcflS, ik be,n$ exclusive.
Tor S.I. 0, V K C
R. L. CoetaCo. ratt 6
" J ......
I a tiic '1 '.aition ,,1 a to'.
It's qi. cl. ..01k oi'i - 'i'c.v i
but it'aa Invg clii'ib '.. U to tl
t'int. It is verv much that
tiiek'y lt ant
I th fust svi
of failitiif heatia a
par, proper .1 j
may prevent t Y .
vl ear e n t to mt r
weakncKs ami '
1 1 y. t'sually the
coiiinlicatioii tf div
I orders known as
-ib. L .TA pewriil tt ii ty ha
-"t y5.n lis oriifin in a dis
eased condition of
the stomach a 11 1
other orta'm of di
1,'f'stion anil nu:r'
tion. These ciiM-.iv-s
are tKprfei lv cured
bv the use of !.-.
1 Pierce's Ck1 : 11
Medical Disc iv ry.
It CureH tliru -. '1 the
I tonmch di si .rde' s
which have th-ir or
ikjin in a diseased
I condition of the
There is no .ilco
hoi In the " Ihncovery," neither opitin,
Cocaine nor other narcotic.
"I van all iuti il'wii , bail noptfii: ! u- 1
$hrp ctartaiii- . all thmuxh mr
but it tu 'i r
i Urn Mrh. Ft
Wrli Ol Satin ni .:tc
with tdiurt 1 -In
1I of tl.r h ;
Slid tl rtap.tr W !.'
I WU to SoTr l.i
I wrote tu I'
M nut m 1 "
1 did J0t t
wa decw) A
'U tl len A
Jt)Mtf lTf f
Xiirr in u.y :
Dr. lv ret r.
r i: c i
I h.n. a rvi'
llr- to (lltlW a It 'UK
. iuy Itit.
. r tt iriK my
tif Mrnt Uif
I .ra wi .. t
I H Wt . I
I -,'. "t frit
Pl-;usaut l'vlk-u, arc a tir
NOTICE TO SCHOOL CLF.RK3.
Orant Pass, Ore , Fib H, IKtW.
To District Clerks:
You are herehv itotilb d to comply
with the law which require everv
iturriet. olerk to enroll niinual
ing the last week m February, for
school pnrpoHes, all persona in hi'
district nver 4 and under 20 year of
t'., o.,.n. rnttorf thus taken shall
tints taken shall
be submitted to the directors at the
animal meeting, June 1st, Its'ft, and all
cotrectloill necessary shall then he
made, and the clerk shall then file
his oriflinal reiirt iu Itisotllce, the
same tola- and remain a part of the
permanent rernrds t hereof,, and the
clerk shall iuclude a copy of the an
nual ceusns rcHirt in bis annual r
: ort to Ihe cni'iitv superiiiteudelit.
Pelioni In Fond
Perhapa too don't realize that many;
pain poison originaie in your food,
but some tiny ynu mav feel n twinge
of dy-pi psia that will convince you
Dr. King's New Life Pills lire gnarain
teed 'o cure all sicl uess due to
poisons of undigested fond or nntni y
back. 'J'"' at all drug stores.
A (iiiariiiiieril Cure for I'lle
Itching. Lliinl, l b i ding or Pro
truding Pile Drnggist refund
money if PAZO OIN IMKNT fail 'o
core any case, no u.atti r of bow long
standing, in fl to 14 days. First ap
plication gives la-eaiiil rest. 50o.
If your druggist I ssn t it, send atv
iu at a nips and It will be forwarded
pratiiaid by Paris Mttticine Co., St.
I nula, Mn.
whait Yoe have a Cold
The first action when you have a
cold sheulil be to r, hove tin lungs
Till ia boat accomplished bv the free
use of Chau,U rlatii's Cough retin"ly.
A complete cure n fo lows. This
remedy will cure a severe cold iu 1, ss
time than any other trout no in ami n
leaves the system
healthy erndit ton.
,u a natural and
It cocnteiacts anv
(eudeocy toward I in uinnuta.
aale I y all druggists.
Ptratiaj foley l Honey aad Tar
Foley & Co., Chicago, original, d
Honey aud Tar a a tin, if and lung
reutedv and cj at ccl.nl of (lie gri st
merit and popularity ot Foley's Hon. v
and Tar. many ituitations ire otTern)
for the g, in: im Ak for Foli v 's
Honey s nil l&i .oitt rt'u.-e any sub
atltate offer, d as t.o o In i pi. uaia'iuu
will (live the auttt Kit ,sl i ' ,, l. Il Is
mildly Uxativi. It oiiuii, uo
opiate aud is sa(, .1 for clnUlron and
delicate ars,.m lor !. by H. A.
re tlicre u-.-d to te a ie. lu g of
ooeasiuesa it. I worn in th. house
hold when. t i l l d si ,, . il sy .uptouis
of croup, there n if ,w ; rf, cl cou
tideu.'f. Th's is owing ;,. lie mil -form
so.ot a "t , 'hac,lT. .u's Cough
Kentedy in lite trcaltut rt f that dis
ease Mra. M. L 1 ..sfotj, of Pcois
ville, Md., In s.vnki, g ( her experi-
ence in lbs tse of that remedy sa. :
"I have a world of con til. rice in
ch I I.I I ubi. ct to vcn attack of
roup and II a va..- nt,r l.,ut lremi't
relief." loraaiebyall druggtata.
iltb ; it
43 ri -J
TO. C. I.Ta. Column
All matter for this olniD is aupp.ied
hy tae Orata fan Weataa'a Liiruuan
Teotptranc Caian. ,
Nr.twitltltandiug the diiagreeahle
weather of Friday, February loth,
a goodly number or ladies assembled
at the pleasant home of Mr. C. V.
Heukle, it being the regular meeting
of the W. 0. T. 0. Nearly all of the
officer aud superiutendeuts were
present and reports were promptly
giveu. A committee of six had vint
ed tne Miner Association Heading
Hoom ou their specified days aud
fouud the niauager very polite aud
A donation from the mother of our
honorable editor, Mr. Voorlini, was
accepted with a rising vote of thaukit.
We are grateful, too, that the above
named editor ia the sou of a W. C.
T. U. woman, aud that uo part or In
paper il devoted to the interests of
the saloon. Christian citizens should
appreciate and patruuize their
county paper that gives all needful
news, but never sells its space to ad
vertise that which can only harm the
The piogram was iu charge of Mrs. ;
Hale, superintendent of the depart
ment of Anti-Narcotics, and all enjoy-1
ed the Instrumental solo by Mrs.
Wilsou and also the address by Hev.
J. D. Travis, who said iu corumeuc-
iug, that lie was proud of the fact
that his mother was a W. U. T. 0. ,
woman He read an able article from ,
Hubert Whitaker on the wastefulness, j
the lUthiiioss and the niibealthini ss i f '
the tobacco habit; also gave some I
pood ad noe to mother iu regard to
keeping their buys from forunnn t In
habit of nsiug tobacco iu any form.
- ya" '"die lie said, "When a
you if smoking in
your preseuce is offensive, never tell
llim ;!, candid with yourself uud
"lt"'1"' 1I"T w'" rt",l'ct
Alter the close of school, some of
tbu uieuibers of the Y' favored us
with a song, when the meeting w is
adjourned to meet with Mrs. Fay in
two weeks, Feb'' -J-4 til ul s o'clock,
Au Kastoruer, ruling on a mail
stage iu Northern Colorad.j, was , n
tertaiued by a dialogue which was stis.
tamed upon the one suit by the driver
and li Kin the other by an e,d,ily
(mssengcr, evidently a native of the
j "X uiiderataud you're tump,
I H gau the driven
j yMi -m pr,.tty str.aig
j liquor," returned the other
been set against it now for
"Scared it w ill rum your health '?"
"Yes, but that isu't the main thing."
"PerbaDS it don't agree with
you?" ventured th driver.
"Well, it really don't agree with
anybody, liut thai ain't it cither.
The llnug thai sets lite against it is a
"A horrible idea! What is it?"
"Well, 3.1 years ago, 1 was sitting
in a hotel in IVnvnr with a trtoud i f
mine, aud says I, ' Lets order a bot
tle of something, ' audsa s he, 'No
sir. I'm saving my money to buy !
gnverutnent laud atone dollar aud a!
quarter an acre. I'm going to buy
tomorrow, aud you'd better let u,,
lake the money you would have 8. nt ,
for liquor and buy a couple of acres
along with nnue.' I any, 'All right.''
So we didut' drink, ami be bought
me twr acres. ' Well, sir, today those
two acrts are right iu the middle of a
Nourishing city, and if I'd taken that
1 drink, I'd have swallowed a citv
. blis. k, a grocery store,
: -hop, four lawyer'
an apothecary's .
offices, and ite
j I. aril to say what else. That's tie
I In. t iuf it horrible. ?"
ACT I Pefore the bar iu the sa
' Ai T II He fore the Iwr
' ACT III-Bfore the bar
' pri n.
I ACT IV la-fore ihe ltr of God.
Order seals aud rubber itamp of
A. E. Yonrhiea
Wot! Workiiii; Shop.
NVcs; of flour mi'i!, near R. R. track
Turning, N-rotl Work. Stair Work. Pan.t
tiii(A'atinel W.ira. W.Hsl Puoev- ,
Kiting amt gutouiuig. Kr4iiring a.i katul
' TT V
To Cure aCol
Rheumatlim Cured by;
Anutker Cate of
li 11 im
Chamberlain Ham balm.
The eilicacy ot Chamuerlaiu a ram
Laiut in the relief of rheumatism IS
being deuii'Uftrited daily. Parker
lripliit. of Gitgsby, Va., sayB that
i t, anther laiu'v Pain Bulm gave him
,ermaut ut rellel from rheumatism iu
the black when everything else failtd
and lie would not be without it. For
sale by all druggists.
Arc Yuu Keitleu at Mjlit
And harassed hy a bad cough? U.-ie
lialiaiti's iiort liouud bjrup, it will
secure you sound sleep uuu tllect a
promjn and radical cure. Sue, iiuo
aud fl.uo. For sale by Model Drug
Stole and Ucierinuiid.
! I ',
i e-lre-l l.-iit Woman's iriua
tTMllt-i ' . ifcuriirlbvru1llilti.
l dra.d the change of life which
wai h.t a ,r'.;.thing. Inoticed ttinc
n( Cr'lui .. ,1 tltfiided to trv a bob
tie. i , yvrifneed some relief the
lint me,::, jo I kept on taking it for
th e til',';-.)'., and i,ow I merutruatc
with nu ua.tt rftni I shall tile it ofl and
now until I have paiied the climax.'
Fettitt,.' weakit.'s9. disordered
Iieit-tes, fallit'irof the womb and
c v.'.f t.i ti ,,t 'l's do not wear off.
'il . I, .!.. awoiiian t,, tltecliaiige
if Lie. not watt but take Wine
of I'ar'hii now nn,l avuid the trou
ble. V. .tit. of i .inlui never fails
to 1 ,.l a fullering woman of
any ;ik'". Wine of ( artitii relieved
Jirs. Vi'mh when slie waa m dan-
rrr. V. t
IT : "
hb's later will
"i than it doe-,
v now nvoiil ihe
it.a of t ardui.
GT THE BEST
I VOK- r
is.- 't L.
i no ,-w and Enla, gort
25,000 New Words
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t o ni e
tl.w mid .
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Ci. e3 C. ME." !t :
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Ar-T-.ri w , . , , , . .V GM -
w 3tAiiitc laMeu. jQ
,,,, .",t !,'-l.lM
y WM ml I
B Mrs. LauraL S. Webb, 1
the I .SS.
t -a fc-.-yrSyK
Ely's Cream Balm
Thl Remady la a Speolflo,
Sure to Olve Satlafnotion.
OIVI KILIIF AT ONCI,
It oleaiwea, aoothe. heal, and proti-eta tl
diseased membrane. U cures Cattirrim,,)
drive away a Gold in th Head tuiiil,
heatores tne Seine of Taate and HnieiL
F-aay to ne. Contain no injurious drag,
Applied into the nostrils and absorbed.
Lnrfte Hize, W) centa at Priit.'gutts or bt
mail; Trial Bine, 10 t-.C '.'.r by mail.
-1 rt.. N.w York.
Begin with the symptoms of i
common cold; there ia chilllupM, .
sneezing, H 're throat, "hot skin, quiet
pulse, hoarseness and impeded reupjr.
'ation Give frequent small doses ot
"'""0 norenouim oyrup, (rnechild
n 111 I ij mi u; taim dv viio uioi fllkll (J
ooucli. aimlv frennentlv H.I.
at, H bnow Liiuiuieut to the throat,
50c and fl.OO, at Model Droi
store and Holermund's.
NOTICE TO CREDITORa.
Iu the Couutv Court for J obi, pit I us
Iu the Matter of the Estate "I
of Elitabeth F. "Neely, De- V
Nonce is hereby uiven that the tin.
! derstgned, James Neely, has been
appointed axecntnr or the last wil.and
of the Estate of Elliabeth F. Neely,
deceased, by the County Court for Jo
epiiine'Connty, Oreaon, and all per
sons having claims against said tate
are hereby notified to present tne
same, duly verified as by law re
quired, to" the undersigned execntor
at the law office of K. D. Morton al
Grants Pass In Josephine Oounty.Ore
son, on or before six months from the
date nf the first publication of t his
nntioe, which date of first publication
and the date of this notice is Titers-
dav, December 8, A. D., IM04
JAMES NEELY. Eieootor.
Departmeut'of the Interior, United
Btates Land Office. .
noaeburg, Oregon, 'Nov. 9, 1904.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in Ibis nfflcn by H. J. rlcnmitt
contestant, against homestead entry
No. 11.014, made'' July 14, 1902, for
W4 SW44,'SW4- NW-4-, 8ection 18,
d. , Mange 7 West, by
Bush, (ton testes, in which It
the said entryman diet)
11)08;. that during his life-
failed aud neglected toeatabliah
reiide upou said land.
oat resided upon adjacent land; that
since hia death the nelrs-at-Iaw have
wholly fallen and neglected to reside
npon or Imptove the land, as required
hy law. Said partle are hereby noti
fied lo appear, reaxind and offer evi
dence touching said allegation at 10
o'clock a. m., ou Apr'l 8, 1905, before
John M. Month, U. S. PouimlsBioner,
at his office iu Grants Pass, Oregon,
and that final heariug will be In-ld
at III o'clock a. m., on April 18, IM,
before the Kegister and Receiver at
th Uuited States Land Ofllce In Hone
The said contestant having, Iu
proper affidavit, (Hud November 3,
h)ii4, set forth facts wh'ch show tlist
after due diligence personal service of
his notice can not be made, it is here
by ordered and directed that such no
tice be given by dne and proper pub
lication J. H. HOOTH, Receiver.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS
SALE OK REAL PROPERTY.
Notice ia hereby given, that the t
tlcrsigued, administrator of thoests1
of Agnes K. Sawyer, deceased, with
copy of ihe will annexed, will, on
ami after Friday, the 17th dat of
February, lloft, sell at private sain,
the following described real property
belonging to said estate, to-wit: Lot
"O" in Hloox "F" Bourne's First
Addition to the city of Grants Han,
in Josephine County, Oregon. Said
property will be sold to tiie Ingiii'St
and la st b dder for cash iu hand,
subject to ooiiBnuatlon by the Conuty
Court for Joieplhne Conuty. This
notice is published by order of J. 0.
Honth, Comity Jndgo, male In the
matter of the estate nf Agues K. Saw
yer on January 8d, !Do5, and i pub
lished in the Rogue River Courier in
pursuance of said order.
listed Jauaary 17th, IDOft.
F. W. SAWYER.
Administrator of Ihe Estate of
Agnes K. Sawyer deoeased.
Best Sheet Hoslc 10c
New Popular Standard and Claailcal
Full size, Rst Paper, Hand
some Printing-. Any of the S0c
and 7ra music named below
etit post paid for lOe. Our
large catalogue cantalns over
a thousand other equally good
(or 10c per copy Why not buy
your music at 10c a copy? Cut
out thia ad, mark with an X
piece you wish, enolose 10c
and we will aend by return
mall. You will also receive free
Awakening of the Lion,. 7Sc
alse Styrleuae. op. 87, .80c
Schobert' Serenade . .. .0c
2d Hungarian Rhapsody I M
Gondolier WalU. t5c
Chapel in theForeit op lnl oOo
Loin de la Patrle, 1.00
free To anyone buylag one
or more of the above piece,
who will send ia addition tbo
names and addresses of ten
persons who play or Ring and
would be Interested in our cat
elogiie, we will scud an ad
dtt.or.al piece w thout charge.
rite nme plainly.
Pleuae , n,l me your free cat
wogue, also pieces marked X
' ; -tat. -
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ia Two Days,
yPvr box. 25c,