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TEXT OF OREGON'S
NEW FRUIT LAW
Owners Can Now Ba Compelled
to Eradicate All Kinds
of Fruit Pests.
The followtuR if. the text of a new
law panned at tlin recent session of
the legislature of special interest to
Section 1. That npoo a petition
of not less than twenty-five residents
and froit growers of any comity in
this state, t lie county conrt of said
county ihall appoint a coonly Inspec.
tor whose duty it shall be to inspect
the apple and other fruit orchards of
aid county and to enforce the laws
now in force and that may be here
after in force in this state applicable
to the fruit industry and to the grow
ing and handling and selling of fruit
trees and other nursery stock.
Provided, that the Inspector so to
bn appointed sbiill bo rceorhr dcd
and certllled to be comis'tcnt fr such
position by the state distrii:t com
missinner of the board of horticulture
of the Hind county, and the said county
insiK-rtor s'ibII hold bis office durin(i
the pleasure of said county court
Hen. 3. It shall be the duty of the
state district commissioner to Instruct
and educate the county iusiici'tors as
to the laws and quarantine regula
tions of this slate aud the rules Biid
regulations of the state board of horti
culture. The county inspector shall
Dcrform his duties nndur the general
upervislon of the slate district com
inissloner for said county to whom lie
shall make reports In thd mat r pro
scribed by the slate board of horti
culture. Hen. !l. Kurh county inspector shall
be paid for his services, by tho said
county, n sum not exceeding three
dollars per day and pay his own per
sonal expenses, for each and every day
actually employed In the perfor
mances of his duties as herein provid
ed and the said c ity inspector shall
report monthly to said district com
missioner the lime for which to pfy
durieg the month preceding aud the
said district commissioner shall cer
tify the same to the county court be
fore snrli eoinpen-ation shall b'i paid
to said county inspector.
Heo. 4. If any county for any tea
on fails to nppoint a county inspector
as herein provided, then the inspec
tor of an adjacent rounly may per
form such services and the necessary
exHnses incurred in the performances
of his duty shall be charged up
against the county where the service
was performed as if hu had been ap
pointed by the county court of such
Bh'u. 6. The state district foiu
mlssioiinr ol horticulture bIuiII bear
and promptly decide all appeals from
the couiilv Inspectors In bis district
and his decision shall have full force
and effect until set aside by the
courts of the stale. All appeals from
the county Inspectors to the district
commissioner shall bo iiuder the
form and regulations as prescribed by
the slate board ol horticulture.
H,.,. II That section 417H of the
codes nu.l statutes of Oregon as com
tilled ami aiiiiotaleilbyC.lt. il'llin
ger and William W. Cotl.ui be and the
same Is hereby ami nih il lo read in
Hen. 4I7S Said board shall cm
plov without their iiumbel a ncrre
tarv. who shall exercise the powers
nud discharge the duties conferred
upon him by this act. and whose com-
ncnsilion shall not exc eed KHI pi r
liiiinlh In be paid in the sain annei
us other slate nlllcers. Said I nurd
shall from Iheir own number also
wiled a treasurer. Before entering
upon the discharge of Iheir duties,
each member of the board shall n ul.e
uihl sui'sciihe an naln In support the
ctinstitullon of the Cnilcil Stales anil
of the stale of t H egoii, and In ill II
gently, fuilhfully and inipaiiiillv dis
charge the iliilnsiil liisnlllie, which
MAKKU: AND (SliAXITK W011KS
I. II. IWIMHM'K, riiipi'lelof.
I urn pi, . un . I In bullish anything in the li d Cemetery work iu any kind
ol Maihlc or imiinie
N, mli it. iii v m Mi" of experience in the Marhli business warrants my sal ing
thill I can h'.l "'H "t'lcis III Dim M'lv b.sl milliner.
Can IiiiihsIi mirk iu S. .1I1I1, Snh or Ann mail 'limine or anv kind of
I Kit., I. Ill l In I ,le. lie's I innslini .
We Iltvve Just Received
l.iiaitcil W ill)
Light WaGiis. Busies and Carriages
A car of Heavy Farm Wagons has also arrivcil.
('(illililclc line of AlaKil Ut fl iiit Tutors from JIG to $27.
1'aniH'i's who arc coiitcni'latin
IRRIGATION BY PUMPING PLANT
will Iiml it l' their interest to ca 1 ami jret our figures on tho Fairbanks liasulinc F.nir
rim,.n.L' I'l.mt an. I ualvaiiie.l iic Wo can refer you to l'J or more- irrigatini; lan
now in succ. 'js-ful ('potation in the county.
Sawn. ill men will li ltd it to their advantage to call on us and get prices on supplie
l!itili!eis an.l carpenters lino of the oolohratoil Corhin Poor Locks.
Grants Pass Hardware Company
, . J. is WOI.Kh. Mgr., J. I. CALVERT, Trcaa.
said oaths (hall be filed with the
tieasurer of the board.
Sec. 7. That section 4185 of the
codes and statutes of Oregon as com
piled by 0. B. Bellinger and Will
iam W. Cotton be and the same is
amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4168. It shall be the duty of
the several members of the board and
of the secretary or the county in
spector nnder their direction, when
ever they shall deem it noccssary, to
cause an inspection to be made of any
orchard, nurseries, trees, plants,
vegetables, vines, or any fruit pack
iug house, storeroom, salesroom or
any other place within their districts
and if found infested with any pests,
diseases or fungus growth, injurious
to fruits, plants, trees, vegetables, or
liahle to spread to other places or
localities, or of such nature as to be
a public danger.
thev shall notify the
owner or owners, or prrsous in charge
of or in possession of -such articles,
things or places that the same are so
infested, and shall reqoire said per
sons to eradicate or destroy said in
sects or pests, or their eggs or larvae
or to treat snch contagious diseases,
within a curtain time to he specified
in said notice. Said notices may be
served upon I ho person or persons, or
any of them, owning or having In
charge, or having possession of sucli
infested place, article or thing, by
any member of the board or by the
secretary theieof, or by any person
deputed by the said board for that
purpose, or they may be served in the
same manner as a summons, in an
action at law Such notice shall coo
tulu diiictions for the application of
some treatment approved by the com
missioners for tho eradication or de
struction of said pests, or the eggs or
larvae thereof, or the treatment of
O'lituginus diseases, or fnugui
growths. Any aud all such places,
orchards, nurseries, trees, plants,
shrubs, vegetables, vines, fruit or
articles thus Infested are hereby de
ilarod a public nuisance; and when
ever any such nuisance mail exist ai
any place in the st.ite, or tho prop
etty of any owner or own' rs, upon
whom, or upon the tierson iu charge
or possession of whoso property, no
tice has been served as aforesaid, and
who shall have failed or refused to
abate the same within tho time soi-
fled lu such notice, or in tho proier-
ty of any inin-reaidciit or any Jicrson
and the owner or owners of which
canuot bo found by tho resident mein-
hers of the hourd or tho secretary, or
county Inspector after diligent search
within the district it shall ho the
duty of the hoard rr the members iu
whoso district said nuisance shall
exist, or the secretary or couuty iu
siHH'tor un inr his or their direction,
to cause such nuisance to bo abated
or eradicating or destroying said in
sects or pests o' their eggs or destroy
ing lliu Infected or diseased articles.
The expense thereof shall be a count)
charge, and the county couit shall
allow and pay the same out of the
general fuud of the county. Any and
all sums so paid shall lieconio a lieu
upnu the irnHry and premises from
which said nuisance shall have been
removed or abated, ill Ihe pursuance
of this act, and ho leeovcred by a suit
iu ciuily against such properly or
premises: which suit of foreclosure
of such liens shall he in the circuit
court of tlm county where Ihe prem
ises nru situate, by tho district at
I orm y In the name and for the bene
III of Ihe county making such payment
or payments. The l rnceedings in such
cases shall he governed by I lie same
rules as far as may be applicable, as
suits to foreclose inechantcs' liens.
and Hie properly shall be sold under
the order of the court and the pro
ceeds applied in like iiiannei. Tl
hoard is hereby invested v. illi the
newer In citusu such nuisance to he
:i1 hi t i ll ill a summary manner.
I he newest is a kill lien cabinet
with a set of small drawers above and
hack of the table for holding spices,
etc. Handiest arrangement ever put
in a kitchen. Call at MoLaim's Auc
tion stiiro and see them.
tlio (Yit'l'ititoil John lVore factory
I'or.si-tiitu' of ti full iissi'itmoiit of
ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON.
PAYS GRANTS PASS A VISIT
Bybee Calls on Hi Friends
of Pioneer Days.
William Bybee of Jacksonville was
in Grants Pass over Monday, coming
down Sunday evening and returning
Tuesdty morning. While bers Mr.
Bybee met many of his old time
friends for lie Is a Rogue River
pioneer of 18S4. Mr. Bybee is a
Keutucklan and left his Dative state
in 1862 for California, where he staid
for two years when lie came to
Southern Oregon. Mr. Bybee at one
time was tiie largest laud ownei in
Rogue River valley, his holdings be
lug up into the thousands tit acres.
He yet owns several fine farms in
Jackson county aud other property,
among which Is the famous Byboe
mineral springs. Mr. uyoee
springs. Mr. Bybee was at
one time extensively Interested In
placer mining in Josephine county
aud he built in the Illinois river
district one of the longest aud most
expensive mining ditches ever con
structed in Southern Oregon.
For nearly 40 years Mr. Bybee
bought nearly all-the hogs raised in
Rogue River Valley. He did not pack
the meat, but drove the hogs to the
various mining camps where he sold
them to local butchers and to China
men. His principal market was
Happy Camp and the other mining
camps of Northern California, though
he diove some as fur distant as to
the camps in Nevada. Mr. Bybee
says' that his drover days woro the
most enjoyable of his life. With a
band of from 300 to 600 head of hogs
and teams haaling feed or a pack
train when the road become a trail in
the mountains and half a dozen men
to assist him, he would start for the
California mining camps. Some of
his trips over the Siskiyou mountains
were far from a pleasure jaunt. On
on? of these trips he had to break a
trail with horses through four feet of
snow for his hogs to travel on.
Mr. Bybee was a drover in his boy
hood and assisted his father, who was
one of tho biggest dealers of Ken
tucky, iu driving bands of hogs,
cattle aud sheep to market In Yiriguia
and Sou h Carolina. Mr. Bybee ez
puds to visit the homo of his boy
hood, which he has not seen siure he
left it ts years ago this spring. He
has a broth r living at the old family
home near Winchester, Kentucky, and
he bus a sister iu Texas and he will
pay each of thorn a vi-lt. Though 75
years of age, Mr. Bybee is yet hale
and hearty and good for many years
yet of active life. The old Bybee
homo was one of the best known
and most hospitable in all South
ern Oregon, and many a pioneer
of Rogue Itivir Valley lias a kindly
remembrance of Uncle Billy Bybee
and his noble wife, now gnue to the
beyond. The big old white house, of
Ihe architecture of days long ago,
with its full two stories, and its
spacious sitting room, dining room
and kitchen and many bedrooms, that
ampin accommodations might be had
for all comers, is yet standing in a
grove of fine old oaks on the Bybee
I'onatlon cluim oue mile north of
Jacksonville, un historic reminder
of the days when Rogue River Valley
was being changed from a wilderness
to one of tho fairest valleys on the
Paciflu ('oast by the work of such
men nod women as Uncle Billy aud
Men Psil Sixty in Dinger.
More than half of mankind over HO
yearn of ago suffer from kidney and
bladder disorders, usually enlarge
ment of prostate gland. This is both
painful and dangerous, and Foley
Kidney Cure should be taken ut Ihe
first sign of dtuigot, as it corrects
irregularities and has cured many old
men of ibis disease. Mr. Rodney
Burnett, Hock Port, Mo., writes
"I suffered with enlarged prostate
gland and kidney trouble for yea's
and alter taking two bottles of
Foley's Kidnev Cure, I feel better
than I have tor 30 years, although I
am now HI years old." For sale by
II. A. Koteruiund.
E St. btt. 5th and 6th
IIOAKI) iiml IX)IXiIM(
The house has Is-eii thoroughly reno
vutisl. MHS.T. M. UF.NSIIAW
XQ.C. Z. XI. Column
All matter for this olumn is supplied
by the Grants Fans Woman s cnriauau
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union entertained the teachers of the
publio schools and the T. P. C. T.
U. last Friday evening at the home of
Mrs. J. C. Campbell. A greater num
ber than could be comfortably seated
were present, but all seemed to enjoy
the evening. Our thanks are ten-
Prof. M. N. Davenport for
favoring us with excellent instru
mental musio also the High School
chorus for songs, Miss Zena Chapman
for reoitation "Onlv Sixteen" and to
Piof. Turner for liis entertaining and
instructive address on Scientific Tern
After the prorgam was rendered,
refreshments of cake and sherbet were
served and we retorned to our homes
feeling that the evening had been
pleasantly and profitably spent.
A Temperance Advance.
That the cause of temperance
making substantial . progress on enu;
catioual lines has recently been made
evident in a very striking manner, by
a report of the Bureau in charge of
Temperance Instruction in American
Schools and Colleges. In thut report
it is announced that a committee,
rnnresentins 15.000 members of the
medical profession in Great Britain,
has decided to adopt, practically in
its entirety, the Aniericau Course of
Study in Hygiene and Temperance iu
tho British schools, and that within a
very short time every local School
Board in that kingdom will be using
the same syllabus of study on this
subject that Is now employed in our
This is at once a signal triumph for
temperance and a deserved recognition
of America's leadership in this
speoial branch of educationul reform.
It is difficult to estimate Ihe great
good that must result. A year ago,
Koyal Commission, reporting to
Parliament on physical deterioration
in Britain, said:
"The Committee believe that more
may be done to check the degeuer
ation resulting from drink, by
bringing home to muu iind women the
futil effects of alcohol on physical
efficiency, than by expatiating cu tlie
mornl wicsendess of drinking."
Following this report, the represeu
tative medical men of the United
Kingdom joined iu signing a petition
for tho compulsory school of hygiene
aud temperance. Christian Herald
Lut Mope Vsniihtd.
When leading physicians said that
W. M. Smithurt of Pekin, la., had
incurable coi'sumption, his lust hopo
vanished; but Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds, kept him out of his grave, lie
says: ''This great specific completely
cured nie, and snved my life. Since
theul have used it for 10 years aud
consider it a marvelous throat ami lung
cure strictly scientific for cougns,
sore throats or colds; Burn preveuta
tive of pueuiuonia. Ouranleed, filic,
aud (1.00 bottle at All druggists.
Trial bottle free.
. Cheated Death.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally,
hut by choosing the right medicine,
E. H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa,
cheated death. He says: "Two
years ago I had Kidney Trouble,
which caused me great pain, suffering
and anxiety, bnt I took Electric Bit
ters, which effected a complete cure
I have also found them of greut bene
lit iu general debility and nerve
trouble, and keep them constantly on
hand, since, as I find they have no
equal." All druggists guarantcs
them at fiPc a bottle.
Chimbfrliin'i Couih Renicdy the Bot snd
"Mothers buy it for crouny child
ren, railroad men buy it for severe
coughs aud elderly people Imy it for
la grippe, " say Moore Bros, Kldon
Iowa. "We sel1 more of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Ihall any oilier kiiK
There is no question hut this medicine
is the best that cau be procured for
coughs anil colds, whether it be a
child or an adult Hint is afflicted
It aw lays cutes and cures quickly
Sold bv all druggists.
There are lew diseases that iutlic
more torture than rln umatism an
there is probably uo disi u.e for whic
such a varied nud useless lot .
remedies have tieen suggeMed. Tc
say that if can he cured is, then fore
a hold statement to make, but Ch un
herlaiu's i'uiu Balm, which enjoys an
extensive sale, has met with great
success in Ihe treatment ot this tils
eai. Why suffer when Pain lialiii
affor.is such quick relief and costs
hut a iritle? For sale by all druggists.
Ll'KA II. GROUT
Instruction on Piano or Organ
at In r residence, corner Eighth and I)
streets. Mondays, Tuesdays and Sat
nrdavs. Special rales lo pupils from
Mill bliH-ks, all good, solij wiyxl,
vkt lo.-ul $1.75.
Kitiillitig w.khI, per load $1.00.
Halt load kindling, 50c.
All kinds ol wood, sound and drv.
ATRIL 23. l'05.
Wagon Roads Good for Ages.
W K. Vanderbilt. Jr., ran a 00-
. m viu in
horsepower Mercedes irom -
within nine miles of fans, neur.j -
miles, iu IBM hours. An accidental
Villenenve St Georges cut him from
completing the journey msiue
hours. This is fast traveim.
fl., rt.e Paris. Lyons & Mediter-
.. Iid.v nne of the fastest
trains in Enrol, makes the run in
. ,ifl- mnr than 14 hours. wu
reference to this train it may be said
that iu schedule is slow irom
to Marseilles, from whence it takes
on the pace that renders it famous.
To the condition of the French roads
may be credited in part Mr. Vander
bilfs performance. The old Roman
road fiom Aries to Rouen furnished
the route, aud It is probably the
best in the world and has been for
almost 2000 years. Napoleon traveieo
it when he joined the army iu Italy to
Marseilles, 470 milts In 39 hours,
changing horses 12 times, inav
thought to be a wonderful feat.
Billird i tiorichound Syrup.
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping
aud difficult breathing. Heury C.
Steams, Druggist. Schullsbnrg, Wis.,
writes. Mav 20. 1901: "1 have been
selling Ballard's Horehound Syrup for
two years, aud have never naa a
nreoaration that has given better
.u,;.i.m;i.,i T notice that when I
soil a bottle they come back for more.
ouii honestly recommend It. 2ic,
sim f i (si at Model Drug More anu
Kodaks Courier Building.
Alfalfa, Clover, Timothy
and other Grasses, and
Wheat and Oats.
Garden Seeds of All Kinds.
All ray seeds are pure and
of the best quality. : :
Sound, Dry and Mealy and the
Hest Potatoes sold in Grants Pass.
Front st near Fourth.
J. A. SIMiETS,
Teacher of Mush
Practical instruction in Violin, Pin:.'
Guitar, Clarinet anil Cornet. Most ca '
ful attention eiven to iM'inners. Lei
orders at .Mu-ic Store.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get vour tonsorial work done
On Sixth Stteet Three chai:
Hath Room iu connection
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turtiinir, Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand
SuwitiK.l'HltiiH't Work, Wuoti I'ullfV. Saw
Kilnirnml utiiiinmitf, lit miring all kind
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE HHoMO OCIN
INK Tablets. All druists refund
the money of it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signature is no each b x. S'ir.
Thwlfjrd't Hl.uk fraught lu.
saved d.'torV I.:li f,,r in, re t!... a
si i'y -ars. I'vr t . omni. n f nu
ll)' ai.iaentj, bih ii ;u onislip c kn,
inihip'slicn. hard o!.li. Iwelm'
plain is. t'.;u and fever, hiliou.
ncsa. hen laches an.l tl.er like
complaints im oth, r ne-dwine is
UV' ,,:iry. It inv.L-, rites nu.l rv
ul.i..-s t:ie Inn, a,,uu alv.Mi..u
stimulate a. un of the k..iue.s
nuriiin the !.!.!, and n:ruv tlie
hor,s of f..;:l a,-m:.uU-.,.11. It
.ores liver e. c.;.!a.at, indigestiun.
Jour sti.isi j. ii. ili.ini.sj, chiiU
rneunwti,- piius. s..i,a.l.e, L;u
a. M.k... : 'vtriHiMix, eonstiti.-n,
' i- ' .a.-.ins, nl.- h ir,j
co! .. ',.!.., ffx..rv ,!rt!f.
P'V ' ,r- PUk-l'r;i:hl.t
in '- ' hi. and in
in..:.. - .'f.,rfI.io. Never a...' t
a s i ;j!e. lasl,t on i,.v;.,tf ...
I y the Lhtuno. l,-a
I IxIkvi Thtdlord'j Black Driuihl
l th bot mJi. in on tarth. It it
g.H(t I t any arid verv'.h!ni. hlv,
Um.y of ttl. childrtn. and f.
four 0-r hj k.nt IS.m I
.u,.jiuiy,:i no doctor but Black
Driest A. J. CP0.E.S. Illawara. U
" -Pwimonth. Th.i fO
PRED KD.STRICKER. M. D.
PHYSICIAN ano 8URUK0N.
Masonic Temple, Booms 2 and 4
q H. DOUGLASS, m. a-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
Office: Pigncy's residence, cor.
. w Tl
and K streets.
Pay and nigbt pbone So. 6J1.
Urakts Pass, ,
P. LOVE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Williams Bros.' Block, over
Grants Pass Orocery.
Residence rnone in-
Office Phone 141.
(i Hants Pass, "
. , 1 fV.nrt.a
Practice in all State anu rtui'..v
Office in Opera House nuiiuing.
y, C. HALE,
Office over Kirst National Hunk,
Pi. - - - OltEUON.
A C. HOUGH,
Practices in all Stat, and IVdcnil Courts
Office over Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.
J. II. AUSTIN,
V. M. LONGWKLL
Treats ull Nervous and Spinal llis
eases. Rheumatism and Stomach Trim
bles. A specialty made of Female Iis
eases. ... ,
Office: Colonial i.onsinir in"'i
front room Grants Pass, Me.
J)R. S. J. SEATOX
Steam Huths, Alcohol Kuh. All dis
eases treated. Hospital earn (fivun to
all who wish it. Khmimatisni cured in
its worst form. Advice free.
Colonial House. Office hours to 9.
(iBAN-rs Pass, Ohkoon
D.JKWETT, M D.
Diseases of Woman and Surgery a
SpecialtT. Hospital Accnuiinnilatinns.
Koorus II and 10 Thnrtnn lllil(!.
Oav or Night Phone lifij.
Oilice hours !t to 12 a. ui., 2 to o and
7 to a p. in.
(rants Pass, OkkGIMJ
1 1 EN GIVK.N UP BY OTHERS
it costs you nothiiii; to consult
OK. .MONTUOMKKY. lie cures
Female complaints, men's private ilis
eases and ull kinds of chronic trouliles.
Also sells Cherokee and other cuuran
teed fumily medicines. P. O. liox 101).
Call at Free Methodist Parsonage.
Palace Barber Shop
BATES & WILLIAMSProprs.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
Everjthint; licit unci clean anil
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Agent llif Horn Piisin Land Co.,
i.iounnj;. Alienor wire fence.
Assavers and Chemists
Gold, sUver, Cpp,.r, !.,,, i ,,M1.h.
leilil an.l silver, sfl.
r.acti an.l every assay .lone with the
""a mill ii inay Ik1 checked.
II- I. ltr)iil,l
Reynolds & Lawton
Civil and Mining
trains ras - Orcmm
L. 11 Hall.
C. li. Cole.
Hall & Colo,
l uncral Directors.
Full stork of Unl Mm
North Sixth Street
Near Court l!,,u..
-"V, AO. 7,M; IUi,,,,.,..
and No. 1.
To Cure a Cold in Ono r
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
GIVES RKLIIP AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, benls, snd iirotoeti the
dueswd iuemhrano. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Head quit-klr.
Restores the Senses of Taste and HnielL
Easy to use. Contains no iny.irioua dru-i.
Applied into tho nostrils and nlworbed.
Luro Size. 0 cents nt Dnyiriste or by
mail: Trial Sue, ll co-its hy mail.
ELY BROTHERS. BB V.'.vvn St., New York.
A Dandy for Burni
Dr. Berifin, Paua, Ills., writes:
"I have used Ballard's Snow Liui
nient; It is a dandy for bums.
Those who live on fiirms arn especi
ally liable to many accidental cuts,
bnrns, brnises, which heal rapidly
when Pallards's Snow Liniment is an
plied. It should always be kept in
the house for cases of emergency. "
2!ie, Mc, 1.00 bottle at Roteruiuinl'a
and Model Dru Store.
WIN Interest Many.
Every person should kuow that ftood
health is impossible if tho Lidniyii
aro deiaiifted. Foley's Kidney Cure
will enre kidney and bladder dhsane
in every form, and will build np and
strengthen these organs so they will
perform their functions properly. No
danger ofEriKhl's disease or diabetes
if I'YiIcy's Kidney Cure is taken in
time. Tor sale by H. A. Roterniund.
X. E. McGKEW,
TRUCK and DELIVERS'
Kurnituro and l lano
GRANTS PASS, 0REG0V.
B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4th Sts. P, 0, Box 273.
Employment office. Houses rented
No. 7" 12.r) acroH, all fenced, HiO taw
river IhiIIoiii, T.'i.cultiviiteti, 111 tn Imp, 4
tin lei from railroad town, good roads.
'iool. etc. A Imr'iiin at W an acre. Ilnp
up will pay purchase price In two years.
By mntnal eonsent, S. E. Chapman
anil I . L. liarlow, doing business
under the name nf Chapin & Harlow
Co , at Uiilice, Orn., dissolves partner-
hip. C. L. and K. (J. Barlow as
sume all liabilities and collet al
hills due tlio old firm and continue
the luisiiicss nnder the nnnie "f liar-
Dated Galice Ore., April 13, I'.io.'i.
S. E. CHAl'IN,
O. L. B A BLOW.
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
STATE OK OREC.ON FOR THE
COUNTY OF .TOSEfHINE.
U. V. Jackson. 1
('. W. Baker.
To V. W. Hnker, defenihint:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
0K(iK(iON: You aro hereby re
ipiin d to appear and answer the com
plaint filed iiKtiin-t yon in tlio above
"titled action within six weeks from
the date of tho first publication of
this siinmions, to-wit, within six
weeks trim the 21st day of April,
I'.m.'i, as ph scribed in tlie order for
publication hereof, and if yon fail
o tn auswei for want Iher "of, the
plaintitr will take judgment auninst
vou for the sum of One Thousand
i10(H).00) Dollars with iufrcst there
on at the rate of six per cent per
annum from and after the 11th day of
April, HKio, together with tho co-ts
and disbursements of tlio action us
prayed for in plaintiffs complain! en
Hie ill said cause.
This suiiiiiiciiis is published under
and in accordance with an order of
tlie Hon. H. K. Hauna, Judge f the
above entitled court, made on the
1Mb day of April, Hill."), oil file iu s.n l
cause, and the lirst publication hereof
is on the 21st dav of April, JW.i, and
the lust publication hereof will be on
the Jd day of June, l'.IOo.
A. C. HOfC H,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Notice is hereby givcu that the
administrator of the estate of Agnes
K Sawyer, deceased, will, from an.l
alter Monday, May 1st, l'JOo, sell at
private sale, the following describe!
teil property belonging to said estate,
to-wit: Lot numbered two (3i in
Block lettered " F " iu Bourne's Kiist
Addition to the City of (Iriints Puss,
in Josephine County, Oregon; said
property will bo sold' to Ihe hig'nst
and best bidder for cash iu hand,
subject to confirmation of the Comity
Coutt for Josephine Comity, Oregon.
This notice in pnblisl ed ill 'the Rogue
River Couriel by order of Hon. J. '
Booth, County Judge, made in H e
matter ol the estate nf Agues K.
Sawyer, deceased on the 28th day cf
F. W. SAWYER.
Administrator of the estate of Agnes
K. Sawyer, deceased.
lias Siimd the Tent or US Years.
The. original GROVE'S Tameless
Chill Tonic. Von know what nu sr.
tnkinir. It is iron and onininein s taste
lrB5 lorin. -vj c.uie. nn lav.
lie TWO Dy.
yrvxrt box. 25c
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