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JTRED'K D. STRICKER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN aho fcURGEON.
Masonio Temple, Rooms 2 and 4
Phone 633. Owtooie.
Qt 11. DOUGLASS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Office: Plgney's residence, cor. Cth
and t, streets.
Day and night phono No. 631.
Grants Pass. Okkoom
J), P. LOVE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON.
Office i Williams Bros.' Muck, over
Grant Pass (rooery.
Residence phone 414.
Office Phone 141.
(i Hants Pass, - - Onguo
, D. NORTON,
Practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Office in Opera IIouw Huild i ik-
Grants Pass. - - Okkoom
r. C. HALE,
Office over Firat Natlonul Bank,
Giants Pass, - - OkkuoN.
Practices In all Htntoand Federal Courts
(Hiiro over Hull- Hlddle HuidwuruCo.
GkANTN PASS, OlIKOOU
J. II. AUSTIN,
)R. V. M. LONGVVKLL
Treats all Nervous and Spinal Die
cases. Rheumatism and Stomach Trou
bli-H. A specialty made of Fumalo Dis
OMioo: Colmiliil Lodging House,
front room. Grunts 1 ass, Oro.
)R. S. J. SEATON
Steam Ilalhs, Alcohol Hub. All dla
oases treated. Hn-qiital care given to
all who wIhIi It. Itlioiimallsiu turod in
its worst form. Advice fruo.
Colonial IloiiMt. Oflleo hours it to I),
OlIAKIS pAHH, OltKOON
I), JEWETT, M. I).
PHYHICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Wniiiiin anil Surgery u
Specially. Hospital Accommodations.
Rooms I) and 10 Thorton Rldg.
Day or Night Plionn tlii.'i.
Ollico lioarn U to 13 a. in., '2 to 6 and
7 to I) p. in.
(illANI'H PAHH, OliKOOU
WHEN GIVEN UP 11Y OTIIEItS
It OOHtS yOU liothlltg lO OOllHIllt
1K. MiiNTiiOMKHY. lie cures
Eoiuuln complaints, men's private dis
cuses anil all kinds ol chronic trouhlcs,
AIho sell Cherokee, and other guaran-
titol family medicine. P.O. Mux HIV,
Lull at r I'ihj MoUhhIIhI lai-soiiage.
Palace Barber Shop
BATES & WILLIAMS. 1'roprs.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
Everything nest mid dean and a
w in k I liHt-t hiss.
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Agent llig Horn Basin Land Co.,
Wyoming. Anchor Y iro Fence.
II. I. llf)ii...U
li. .1. I.au ton
Reynolds & Lawton
Civil and Mining
MEN' AND SURVEYORS.
Full ilock of Hiin.il KhIicm mid I'll
t.ik. i Supplies.
Ni Hi Sixth Street
.Niiir fourl llt-iiso.
("lire, No. T.'.l; KcM.li'ii.c and Night
l'h. mi. . No. TIT.
B. A. WILLIAMS
Tr mt .n o1 4h Sis. P. 0. Box 273.
Einplo) incut Ih.-c. Houses rented
No. 7v X'.'.t it, i. - nil , lui nrrt'
rii-l Ik.Moiii. , . ,Mi:miv.l. lo i., h..p-. I
Ili0i! Inoii I it. i r.u. 1 town, I ii.:i.I,
! Mil ft. . , ,,u Kl J I.. Illl rt, I i Hop
nop wilt p.ix rill, lni-ptuf iii I.,, nir-.
A Creeping Dclh.
Illoud potHin cti'i n up towunlx llic
lixart, cauHiHK dialh. J. K Sliitrim,
Ilulln Pliiiiio, Minn , wrilii thai n
frli'iiil drcHilliilly injured Ins linud,
which awclU' l up lik hlcod poii.n
iiiK llucllcir Arniia Snli dn
out th" 'MiUun. hi'nlcd thu wound,
and biiv"(I liia lifx. Hcut tu th woi ld
for burua and aort a. K.'hi at all drun-(iKta.
NEW OREGON LAWS
- RECENTLY ENACTED
Synopsis of Law Soin to Be in
Effect A Stringent Child
Followiun ia a aynopaia of aome of
the lawa that were enacted by the laat
lcgialature and which go into fleet on
the lHth :
SELLING COUNTY REALTY.
8. 13. IU4 The coouty coart ia aa
thorized to tell realty oaod for a poor
farm, or realty owned by the county
which in not in use. at pnblio or
private aalea after duly entering an
order of aule lo the journal of the
court Approved Kebrnary 21.
COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTEND
S. R. 125 Parent or gnardiana bar
in I? children eligihle to achoola main
tained in the itute by tlie federal gov
ernmi'ut, where tuition, lodKiug, food
and clothing are furnlohed by the
govern men t, are aubject to a line of
$10 to ih for the first ofTenae anil 25
to t')0 for the second oflunae, if they
fail to keep auid chilrdnn iu the
x liool for a term of nine month, or
the term of school. If children live
more than 10 miles from the school,
they aie exempt, uulena the govern
moot provides for transportation, and
if chilrdeu are mentally or jihyalcally
weak, the county conrt shall declare
them exempt. Any person aiding
parent to violate this law, or iutiml
dating them in itH execution, shall be
subject to like fine. Approved Fcbrn
ASSAULT AND RATTERY.
8. B. 47 Any person not armed with
a dangerous weapon, assaulting an
other, ahall bo subject to fine of $')
to foOO, or to Imprisonment of three
mouths to one year In the county Jail
provided where a hosband asHaalts
his wifo or beats her, he may be pnn
IhIiciI by this penalty or by whipping,
receiving not to exceod 20 lashus. Ap
proved February 22.
8. B. 170 At the firHt term of the
eouiilv court iu each county of the
stutit after the first of tho year the an
nual tax shall b fixed for hawkers or
peddlers of stoves, ranges, carriages,
buggies, wagons, enrts, surreys or other
kinds of two aud four-wheeled ve
hides, or funniug mills or similar
goods, warui or merchandise, the
license to bn not less than -'OO a year
nor more than fVH). Each license I
for one county only. Uutu the oouu
ty courts extiihllsh Individual rates
J00 shall be I lie rate for all oountiei
of the stain. Vendors of such good
without license shall be subject to a
fine of ,f)X) to $"i(XI or luipi isonmunt o
3 to 12 months. This law does not
apply to any incorporated city. A
proved February 21.
FIHST AGRICULTURAL DIS
11. R. llW-Wllhin liO days ftfti
this law becomes effective the governor
shall iippniut one citizen of Josephin
anil two of Jackson counties, who,
with one chosen from each county by
the county agricultural societies, shall
constitute the board of commissioners
of the First Southern Oregon Agricul
turn! rociety, and they ant empowered
to hold agricultural fairs pursuant to
tho usual laws on this subject. The
sum of (1,200 annually Is appropriated
to thu II rut society, ll.HOO to the see
end society, and iUK) is to he divided
annually between Luke mid Khiinatl
county sriiotie.1, no part of the funds
to he olTered for speed premiums. Ap
pioveil February 21.
CHILI) LA1IOR LAW.
II. H. 2:i0 No child under 14 years
of age sh'ill bo employed in any fac
tory, store, in or about any mine, or
ill any telegraph, telephone or public
messenger service, ami no child of this
age shall be employed iu any labor of
any form, for wages or other compen
sation, during the hours wheu the
J. II. I'AlllKX'K, I'roprlntor.
I am prepared to furnish anything ill the line of Cemetery work in any kind
of Marble or (iranite.
Ni arlv lliirly years ul experience iu the Marble business warrants my sajing
that I ciiii till your unlets 111 the very beat manner.
Can furnish work In Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind ol
l-'tont street, next to Greene's (iiuishop.
We Have Just Received
Light Wagons, Busies and Carriages
A ear of Heavy Farm Wagons has also arrived.
Complete Hue of AIaka llofriserators from $10 to $27.
Farmers who are contemplating
IRRIGATION BY PUMPING PLANT
will liinl it to their interest to call and get our figures on the Fairbanks Gasoline Kngir 1
l'iiniiing l'hint and galvani.ed iie. We can refer you to 1 2 or more irrigating fianU
now iu successful ojioiation in the county. " .
Sawmill men will tind it to their advantage to eall on us and get prices on supplier
I'uitdcrs and carpenters lino of the celebrated Corbin IWr Locks.
Grants Pass Hardware Company
JOS. WOLKE, Mgr.. J. L. CALVERf, Tree
ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. MAY 5. 1905.
publlo school where he Urea ia in
session. Attendance at school shall
be compulsory between 8 and 14 years
of age in cities, towns and Tillages
daring the wbole school term, and for
all children between 14 and 16 years
of age who are not employed in law
ful work. No child under 16 years of
age shall be employed at any work
before 7 a. m. nor later than 6 o'clock
p. m., nor longer than 10 boors a day
nor more than six day a a week, and
shall be entitled to 80 minutes at noon
for meals. All persons employing
children nnder 1C years of age shall
prepare and file a Hat with the school
authorities and the superintendent
shall make ont an age and schooling
certificate, after obtaining satisfactory
evidence. Failure to produce a school
ing certificate where a child employed
is nnder IB shall be prima facie evi
denoe of illegal employment. Any
one employing a minor contrary to
the provisions of this act is subject to
a fine of $10 to $25 for the first offense
aud $2.j to $30 for the second, or be
imprisoned for 10 to 80 days. Ap.
proved February 22. .
PURE FOOD LAW.
H. B. 228 At the goneral election
of 1D08 a dairy aud food commission
er shall be elected, to receive a salary
of $2,000, and actual traveliug ex
pernio of $1,200. . lie Is allowed or.e
deputy, with qualifications of a cbem
1st, at a salary of ft, 200, aud such
other doputiea as be desires for luspeo
tion. It is made unlawful to sell
adulterated food within the meaning
of the exhaustive specifications named.
Detailed descriptions are given of
what shall be done in making and
marketing bolter, cheese, milk, jel
lies, froit juices, preserved fruits,
vinegar, maple syrup, spices and con
dimonti, older, wine, eta All pre
vious sections of the pure focd law
are repealed. Approved February 22.
II. B. HO It la made the doty of
the county school superintendent of
eaoh county to hold three local in
stitutes in his county each year, and
shall be permitted to use a part of the
instituto fund for defraying expeuser.
The superintendent has the power to
declare tho office of clerk or director
vacant iu casus of resignation, re.
moval, non-residence, and failure to
discharge duties, aud remaining mem-
bora must fill the vacancy at once.
When two or more districts desire to
consolidate, their petitions most be
presented to the boundary commission,
and will be considered by that body
according to population and other
conditions. Approved February 22.
SELLING LIQUOR TO FEMALES.
8. B. 2(17 Any person permitting a
female ouder 21 years of age to re
main iu or about a place where liquor
Is sold, or selling or giving liquor to
kucIi female ia subject to a flue of $100
to $1,000; provided that this act shall
not apply to a female accompanied by
her husband or pareut, or to auy open
publio restaurant or dlniugrooui. Ap
proved February 21.
ERECTING SOLDIERS' COTTAGES
II. B. 247 The snm of $2,000 Is ap
propriated for erecting cottages on
the grounds of tho Hosoburg homo for
inmates of the home and their wives,
the governor being appoiutcda speciul
coinniisfion to oiecote tho work. Ap
proved February 21.
"fair PREMIUM FUND.
II. B. 8(18 The sum of $10,000 is
appropriated annually for state agri
cultural fair premiums, noue to tie
used for sieed premiums. As the
stato is making its exhibit this year
with tho Lewis and Clark fair, the
annual premium fuud (is to bo used
iu 100.5 for improving agricultural
fair grounds and buildings. This
is un emergency im asuro.
PUBLISHING LEGAL NOTICES.
H. B. 113 Legal notices, summons,
citations and legal advertisements re
quired to lie published must be pub
lished iu a paper published in the
oouuty where the action or suit is
IHHi liiig, if there bo such a paper, aud
if uot, iu the one nearest the county
AND (JKAXITE AVOIUvS
tho CYlohrated John Doorc factory
consist i tig of a full assortment of
eat. If there be two or more papers
meeting the requirmentsof this act, the
plaintiff has the right to indicate
which paper shall be osed. Approved
H. B. 291 Persons or corporations
owning or controlling water ditch
systems shall keep the right of way
clear of obnoxious weeds and grasses
of all kinds, under 'penalty of fine 'of
$23 to $150- Approved February 21.
H. B. 237 All livestock shall be
assessed for its usual value in the
conuty where it is foood at the time
of assessment, and the owner shall
pay this amount to the assessor, and
for that year this shall be known as
the home county of tlie stock. If this
stock ia driven from the county dor
ing the year, the owner most report
to any county which it enters the
probable length of time such stock
will remain there, and pay a propor
tionate tax therefor. If I the stock is
returned to the home county, or if the
owner will present to the home county
certificates of these payments to
other counties before the end of the
year, the home county officials must
repay him from his full annual tax
the proportion collected by the other
counties which he entered during the
year. This act will not apply to
stock sold and driven from the same
ooonty and kept lo an adjacent connty
for feeding before final shipment to
the market. Violations of the law
are punishable by fine of $25 to $1,000,
and the measure was declared an
Why Suffer from Rheumatism?
Why suffer from rheumatism
one application of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm will relieve the paiu The quirk
relief which this liniment affords
makes rest and sleep possible, and that
alone is wortli mauy times its cost.
Many who have nsed it hoping only
for a short relief from suffering have
been happily surprised to find that
after awhile the relief became per
manent. Mrs. V. H. Leggett of Yum
Yum, Teuuessee, U. S. A., writes.
"I am a groat sufferer from . rhenma
tism, all over" from head to foot, and
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only
thing that will relieve the pain." For
sale by all druggists.
Cheap Rates From The East.
Commenciug March 1st, aud con
tinuing daily to aud including May
15th, 1005, Colonist tickets will be
sold from the East to points on Ore
gon Lines, via Portlaud. Following
are rates from some of the principal
From Chicago, 111 $:I3 00
From Bloomington, Iil 81 80
From Peoria, HI 81 00
From Ht. Louin, Mo 80 00
From Council Bluffs, Iowa 25 00
From Omaha, Neb 25 00
From Sioox City, Iowa 25 OR
From Kansas City, Mo 25 00
Corresponding rates will be made
from other points and will apply to
all points on Oregon Lines.
Please note rates aud dates of
sale as yon may desire to advise your
friends in the East.
W. E. COMAK
General Passenger Agent-Portland Or
Chsmbcrliia'i Cough Remedy the Very But.
"I have been using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and want to say it is
the best cough medicine I have ever
taken," says Geo. L t'hnbb, a mer
chant of Harlan, Mich. There' is no
question about its being the best as
it will core a cough or cold in less
time than auy other treatment. It
should always be ktpt in the house
ready for iustant use, for a cold can
be cured in much less time when
promptly treated. For sale by all
Will overcome Indigestion and dyi
pepsia; regulate the bowels aud cure
liver and kidney complaints. It is
the best blood euricher and iuvigora
tor in the world. It is purely veget
able, perfectly harmless, 'and should
yon be a sufferer from disease, you
will use it 11 yoo are wise.
R. N. Andrews, Editor aud Mgr.
Cocoa and Rock ledge News, Cocoa,
ria., writes: 1 nave osed your
llormnt) tu my family, and tied it
most excellent medicine. Its effects
opou myself have been a marked beu
ti lit. I recommend II unhesitatingly."
1 50o at Rotermuud's aud Thu Model
A Positive Neceulty.
Having to lay upon my bed for 14
diVs from a severely bruised leg, onlv
found relief when osed a bottle of
Ballard sSuow Liniment. I can cheer
fully recommend it as the best medi
cine for bruises ever sent to the
alllicted. It has now become a posi
tive necessity upon myself. D. R.
Byrnes, Merchant, Poversvllle, Texas.
!."x', 50c, (I. (Hi at Rotermuud's and
The Mlulcl Drug Store.
XU.C. Z.Xl. Column
All matter for this olumn is supplied
by the Grants Pus Woman's Christian
The Grants Pass Y's will meet at
the home of Mrs. O. V. Hankie 00
Friday evening. May 6, at 8 o'clock.
The Superintendent of World Evan
gelism will have cbarge of the pro-
srram after which the evening will
be spent in games aud a social time.
All young people are cordially in
vited. On Wednesday, May ' 10th, Mrs.
Lucia F. Addition, state president of
the W. O. T. U.. will be with us and
hold an all day Institute giving a leo
tore in the evening. Mrs. Anna
Newell, state evangelist will also be
present. Everybody invited. Come
in the morning and bring your lunch
basket to the Newman M. E. ohurch.
Program as follows: 9:80 a. m.,
scripture and prayer, Mrs. D. T. Sum'
9:46 a. m., greeting by local presi'
dent and introdnction of state presi
Organization of institnte by leader.
lo a. m. Paper "Our Tools .and
How to Use Them, "Mrs. J. M. Chiles.
10:3p "On Trial For His Life,
Mrs. H. I. Calvert.
11a. m. Parliamentary and busl
neea drill. State president.
11:80 "Diverting the Stream
Mrs. C. V. Henkle.
11:45. Noontide service.
1 :30 Scripture and prayer, Mrs. J.
2:00 "The Relation of Cruelty to
Food Supplies", Mrs. Batman.
2:30 Question box., State presi
dent 8:00 "What Has the W. C. T. U.
Accomplished aud What is it Doing
Now?" Mrs. Lola CaldwelL
"No License Symposinm,".
Our work at Lewis and Clark
4:30 Gathered Threads
Unity Circle W. C. T. U.
Each paper not to exceed 15 minutes
and 15 minntes for discussion.
8 p. m. Music
Scripture aud prayer.
Address by Slate president.
Free will offering.
We especially invite all the pnstors
of all the churches in the city lo meet
with ns and take part ia this iusti
tnre. Your presence and belpfblness
will be gratefully appreciated.
April 13 the District W. U. T. U.
held its quarterly meeting in Eckiug'
ton Presbyteriau church, with an at
tendance of over 200, The welcome
address from tike patsor. Rev. W. T,
Thompson, D. D., was one of the very
best to which I have ever listened.
Dr." Thompson was a pastor in
Charleston, S. C. , when Frances
Willard first went into the Southland,
and when popular opinion was against
her, but ho, with one other minister
of the city, stood by her outil, by her
own iuimitable way, she had won
the hearts of the people and cement
ed them to her in lifelong ties.
His tribute to Miss Willard was
beautiful aud awakeued much enthu
siasm, showing how deop a hold ahe
still has opou the hearts of the
wouieu. The reports of work done
show maiveloos accomplishment!.
Medal coutust', receptions, mothers'
meetings, Y teas, evangelistic meet
ings follow close upon one another,
aud while I write, the boys below are
singing aud holding a patriotio ser
vice, with devoted women at their
Mis. W. E. DeRiemer, correspond,
iug Becretray of the district, expects
to speud the next six mouths in Port
land, Oregon, her husband. Dr. De
Riemer, being, in charge of the
government exhibit at the Lewis and
Clark exposition. I coorgatnlate the
W. C. T. U. of Portland, for Mrs. De
Kiemer's seal iu the various depart
ments of our work, especially that of
mothers' meetings, is well known.
It was she who commenced, and car
ried on despite adverse circumstances,
the work which has grown to soch
proportions in Washington that the
double parlors of our W. C. T. C.
buildings are tilled to oveflowing
with taruest, atteutive mothers every
other Wednesday, attending the
1 am in receipt of National Leaflet
No. 60. "A Catechism on the De
partment of Legislation," by Mrs.
Zara A. Wilson of Nebraska, and
published by Ruby L Gilbert, Chica
go, cue of the best and most helpful
little books to have handy. Every
soperiuteudent of legislation should
have oue, aud every local president
should have one; yes, and the work
ers should avail themselves of this op
portunity to learn the true Inwardness
of how to do legislative work right.
I am grateful to Mrs Wilsou for this
helpful little hook. From Mrs. Mar
garet Dyke Ellis in ber Washington
letter to Union Signal.
A. U. BANNARO UNDERTAKER.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Mill blocks, all good, solid wood,
per load (1.75.
Kindling wood, per load $1.00.
Half load kindling, Sue.
All kinds of wood, sound and dry.
Dai rv men can get cow bells 6 cents
nil nn wooden bowls 5 cents and op.
hnttor ninlris. mux Dans. ai. won
farmer supply hoose. An Acme bar
roll cbnrn almost new for $2.
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Sunrise Condensed Milk
That is out to make a reputa
tion. Is made at, a new conden
sory on'Coos Bay, the big dairy
district of Oregon.
Proved to De the Best
by the agent who bought a can
of another brand and opened i
it and one of his aud proved his
was the best,
Is Not Two-thirds Sugar,
Water and Corn Starch
But is pure cows milk and is
just as good as cow's milk for
your coffee. Try it and bo con
vinced. Introductory Price of 10c per Can
on single cans. Special rates on
Made in Spokane from hard
wheat, which makes the bent
cracker of any wheat. Try a
package at 25 cents.
Front St., near Fourth.
E St. bet 5th and 6th
IlOAltl) unit LOUOIJNCJ
The house has been thoroughly reno
vated. Mrs. T. M. KENSHAW.
J. A. SI Bl JETS,
Teacher of Music
Practical instruction in Violin, Pia:.c
Guitar, Clarinet and Cornet. Most ca' '.
ful attention given to beginners. Let .
orders at Music Store.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chair
Bath Room in connection
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turning, Scroll Work. Stair Work, Band
Rawing, Cabinet Work, Wood Pulleys. Saw
Filing and gumming, Repairing all kinds
To Cure a Cola in One Day
Take LAXATIVE EROMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggists refund
the money of it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's siguatoro is no each bcx. 2oc.
MR.S. L. S. ADAMS,
f Salnaloa, Tim
"Wins of Cireui ii indtcd bltint
U Urtd women. Hvin suflircd for
sovtfl ytan with wukncVt and bur.
bif sowa silsi, and having tried ny.
ral eottori and difffrtnt rmdin
with no nicccii, your Wins of Cirdul
wai th only thing which helped m,
and eventually cured me It leemed to
build up the week parte, itrenmhen
the lyetem and correct Irrtjularltin."
By "tired women" tr. Adams
means nervous women who have
disordered menses, falling of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any of
these ailments that women hare.
J on cn cure yourself at homt with
thu great women's remedy. Wine
of tardtii. Wins of Car'dui has
cured thousands of caeoe which
doctors have failed to benefit. Why
riot begin to get well Way? Ail
arugguti hire 11.00 bottlee. For
any atomach, liver or bowel disor
der Thedford't Black-Draught
should be need.
'IMi f,i; tiwn h;p,rf.
ySjl" l !io Melon,
To Cure a Cold in One Dav
r'c ij l- '
' uv I fj aw IT r w 7..
Elvs Cream Balm
Thi Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Oive Satisfaction.
OIVIS RILIE" AT OWCI.
It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh aiid
drives away a Cold iu the Head qmcklv.
Hestores tlie Senses of Taste and Smell.
Easy to use. Coutaitis no injurious drugs.
Applied into the nostrils, and absorbed.
Largo 8iz, cents at Prnggwts or by
mail: Trial Bizo, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS. 68 V.'arr-'-i St., New York.
Postal Cards Courier
Bide are fuvited for the construe- '
tion of the lateral eewer from the
. nn vifth utrppt. westerly on tliR
gl through Blocks (15 and (14 in the
0rl?,iusii Townslte, 680 feet westerly
from said Fifth street sewer to a
point opposite the easterly line of lots
3 aud 5 iu said Block 4 in the Origi
Said sewer to be constructed of 6
inch vitrified tiling an I with all pro
visions aa required by Ordinance No.
234 nnd tho plans and specifications
therefor, the contractor to furnish all
materials and labor therefor, and to
construct said sewer to the approval
: "d acceptance of the sower commit-
Bids will be received np to and in
cluding Mav 17th, 1005, and will bo
opened on May 18th, 1005 at the City
Hull by the Council.
The bidder will lie required to de
posit with the City Auditor at least
5 per cent of the amount of sech bid,
conditioned that the bidder will outer
into bonds iu tlit. sum of double the
amount of contract price for tne faith
ful performance ot sued contract witn
in 10 days after such contract bo
Said sewer to be completed within
30 duys from the date of the approval
of the bond for the coutructiou there
of by tlie City Attorney.
The Council reserves tne ngnt o
reject any or all bids.
JOHN MINOR BOOTH,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Dated Grants Pass, Ore., April 28,
Bids are invited for the construc
tion of the sewer from tho Fifth
street sewer on Fifth street, westerly
on Bridge street a distance of &!()
feet westerly fiom said Fifth streot
sewer ami to a point on Bridge street
opposite the easterly line of Block
"A" in H. B. Miller's Addition.
Said sewer to bo constructed of six
inch vitrified tiling and with all pro
visions as required by Ordinance No.
2'6a and the plans and specifications
therefor. The contractor to furnish
all material and labor therefor and
to construct said sewer to the approv
al and acceptance of tho sewer com
Bids will bo received up to and in
cluding May lTlh, I'.i'O, and will bo
opened on May lHth at the City Hall
bj the Council.
The bidder will be required to de
posit with the City Auditor at least
5 per cent of tho amount of such bid
o. uditioned that the bidder will enter
inti bonds iu the sum of double tho
amount of the contract prico for the
iaithful performance of such contract
within 10 days lifter such coutiact bo
Said sewer to lie completed within
SO days after the date of the approval
of the bond for the construction there
for, by tho City Attorney.
Tho Council reserves the right to
reject auy or all bids.
JOHN MINOK BOOTH,
Aunitor and Polico Judge.
Dated Grunts Pass, Oro., April
Bids aro invited for the construc
tion of the extension of Fifth Street
sewer, a distance of 705 feet from the
northerly termination of said sewer
on Fifth street, said sewer to bo con
structed of 8-inch vitrified tiling
and with all provisions us required
by Ordinance No. 833 and the plans
and siwcilications therefor. Tho con
tractor to furnish all materials and
labor therefor and to construct said
sewer to the approval and acceptance
of tho sewer committee.
Bids w ill be received up to and in
eluding May 17th, UK is, at tlie City
Hall bv the Council. The bidder will
be required to deposit with the City
Auditor at least 5 per cent of the
amount of such bids conditioned that
tho bidder will enter iuto bonds in
the sum of double the amount of con
tract price for the faithful jierfor
inance of such contract within 10 days
after such contract be awarded.
Said sewer to be completed withiu
30 days from the date of approval of
the bond by the City Attorney.
Tho Council reserves tlie right to
reject any or all bids.
JOHN MINOR BOOTH.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Dated Grauts Pass, Oregon, April
By mutual ronseut. S. E.rhnio.,
aud O. L. Barlow. ,li,.
unuer tlie name of CI
to , at t.alice, Oro., dissolves partner-
- v,; - Harlow i
uiuo an iianiimea ami
ums ciue t ie old
firm and continue
tlie business under
the name of Bar-
Dated Galice Ore., April 13, 1U05.
S. E. CHAPIN,
. C- L. BARLOW.
Stood the Teei of 23 Tears
The old, origins! GROVE'S Tastele'ss
r.t , , ou k?ov " " re
ij iruu anu quimuein i
i a taste-
."o "ui. -o cure, no pay.
to Two Dsye,