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ROQUH 8JVHR COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. JUNK 16, 1905.
3X. C. FINDLEY. M. D.
Practieo limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
and fitting of glasses.
0 Iff hours 9 to 12: 2 to 5 and on
aproiutmetit Telephones 261 and 77.
Giants Pino, - - Okkoo
JTRED'K d. stricker, m. d.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Masonio Ternplo, Kooius 2 and 4
'1'bone 633. Okkouk.
Q. H. DOUGLASS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A NO SURGEON
Office: I'igney s residence, cor. 6th
and K streets.
Day and night phone No. 831.
Ukants Pahs, - Okkooh
JVAN B. PARKER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON '
Odlce In Tuffs Building
Hours: 9:30 to 12 and 2 to 5
GgA.vrs I'ahh, Ontoo.
J?m D.JEWETT. M. D.
Diseases of Woman and Surgery a
Specialty. Hospitu) Accommodations.
Rooms H nd 10 Thorton BIdg.
Day or Night Phone (MM.
Office hours U to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and
7 to p. m.
(BANTU PASS. - OHfc'JON
JDWARD II. WHITE
DOCTOK OF IiENTAL MEDICINE.
Ollloe: Ground door I'lgnejr residence
corner Sixth and E streets.
Hours: 8 to U, 1 to 6.
(iBANTS PASS, OBMION.
J)R. F. M. LONGWELL
Treats all Nervous and Spinal Dis
iwa, Rheumatism and Stomach Trou
bles. A specialty made of Female Dis
eases. Ollioc: Colonial Lodging Ilouw),
front room. Grants Pans, Oro.
)R. S. J. SEATON
Stuuin Baths, Alcohol Huh. All dis
cuses treated. Hospital euro given to
all w ho wish It. Rheumatism uumd in
it worst form. Adviw Inn.
Coloiiiul llouao. Olllco hours i) to 9.
WHEN (II VEX UP UY OT HICKS
it costs you nothing to consult
Hit. MllNTUIlMKKY. I In euros
Forniiln complaints, men's prlvato dis
eases and nil kinds of ehniiiio troubles.
Also will Cherokee and other guarati
tii il family incd ii'iix-H. P. O. Hox 100.
Call at Free Mclhisliat Parsonago.
Jf I). NORTON,
Practieo Iii ull StnUiand Fudcrul Courts,
Office in t)KTu House liiiildlng.
GltA.NTS I'AMS, OllKUoN
V. C. HALE,
Dtllee ovt-r First National Hank,
(i bants Pas, OmKijon.
A, C. HOUGH,
AT T It N K Y- AT I.A W,
Practices iu it 11 Stale and Federal Courts
INtlcu ovir Hair Riddle I lanhvaio Co.
J. H. AUSTIN,
ATT OK N 1C Y-AT- LA V
I,' ii ion llulldlng
Km ii v
Palace Barber Shop
P. AT ICS & WILLIAMS. Proprs.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
Hat lis, I tc.
! i i v tliii'ir l.i i 1 ut.it rlt iiu uiitl u
work I" Ii hI-( lufti.
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
A ."lit liig Horn llaain I. mid Co,,
Wyoming. Anchor Wire Felice.
II I. lit-j ii. I.I.
II. .1 . l.tH tell
Reynolds S Lawton
Civil and Mining
MICC HAN I OA I. DKAl'CilI TS
MEN AND SURVEYORS.
i'.lll sUirk of l(inl:ii Ui.!... and I'lnlrr-l.iki-i'H
North Sixth Street
Near I'i'Ui t llniw.
OIlUn, No, 7,"il; Kvi,li in uinl Nifthl
riitttiff. No 71 7.
B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4lh Sis. P. 0. Bo. 23.
Employment 'illirc. Houses tciik-il
No. 7." lir . til ti iii r.1. Im . rt-
rivi-i IniIIoiii, j'i ( iilltvatfd, 10 lu Iioh, 4
iiiprM trotii railri'uit tin. umI ruM.ln,
Pi 'liKil. rlr. A ImrKiiin al tl.'t NU rr Mop
flop pav uri tinf prirf in two rals
A Bi Sari
Siiitit! day you will (p't a had arari',
wlo u you fwl a 1111 in jour Uiwi-la,
audfiar aiilN'mliriiic Safi ty lira lu
l)r. Kitin'a N- Life Pilia, a aura
rum, for all howtil aud atoiuaili dt-m-an-n,
aorli aa lica.lac lie, blliouanuaa;
co.tivi'ut-n, to. (tiiaranieod at all
drug atoua. ouly 2'c. Try t!iw.
OREGON GRANGE ASK
FOR TAX REVISION
They PropoM Ths.1 Telephone
Telegraph and Eipreee Com
panies Pay More Taxes.
At the recent acaaioii of the Oregon
State Grange at Foreat Grove a reao
lutiou waa paaaed authorizing the
Grange committee on taxation to pre
pare a bill to be Toted oo at th n xt
atate election under tin initiative act,
to tax telegraph, telephone, and ex
preaa companies to the extent of I
per cent on their grrae earning!.
The bill ia very aweeping and pro
videa for the annuil collection of the
tax, tame to be paid to the atate
tieaaarcr, accompanied by a itate
ment of each comany or ill general
manager at the first of each year. A
failure to comply with the law in
making report cm payment of taxe
reiuirea prosecution by the Attorney
General and a collection of the
Any oflicer of ilm compauiea named
being convicted of falluio to comply
will be auhject to a lino of tViO to
IIOoO or finpriaiiiiineiit of from ill) daya
to aix moo I h-, or both, in the dis
cretion of tilt) couit.
Tlio law appliea to all corioratioU3
of the kind named doing bualueiia in
Oregon, whether incorporated here
or elu'Wln re. The hill ia auro to In
placed before tli votera Mt the next
general election. Aa to the fa.rnecH
of thla measure no one familiar with
the Oregon tax lawa will qucMtion it,
for theau comjianiea traiiHiict nil cnor-
iLOOi boaiueRa 00 big profilri and the
tax they pay in lidiculoUKly small,
for aa now they are ouly aeascd on
the peraoual property they own,
whicl with the exprcsa comjianiea
couista of oflico chaira, deals, safes
and trucks, and of the telephone and
telegraph compauiea of olllcu flxturea
ami thu wire of their lines.
V, H. aoldiera who aervi d in Cuba
during thu Spanish war ki.ow what
1 1 1 i at disease ia, aed that ordiuary
remediea have little morn ellect than
so much water. Cuban diarrhoea is
almost aa severe and dangerous as a
mild attaoa: of cholera. There is one
remedy, however, that ran always he
dctieuded upon as will hn aeeii by the
following certificate from Mrs. Miu
uiu Jacobs of Houston, Texaa : I lu re
by certify that Chamberlain' ( olic,
Choleta and Diarrhoea Ketnedy cured
my hush, ind ot a severe uttack of
Cuban diarrhoea which ho brought
home from Cuba. We hail several
doctors but they did 1 1 1 ill no goo I.
One bottle of this remedr cured liini,
aa our neighbora vill testify. 1
thank God for so valuable a medicine.
For sale by all druggists.
St. Luke's Church.
Sunday, June IH, Trinity Sunday,
tliu services wi II be as usual. In the
evening the sermon will tin the la.it ill
the series oil "Heaven, Hell, and The
Judgment." You are cordially in
vited to attend
The Sunday School anil Ilihle Clax
will meet at 10 a. in.
The Salvation Army.
The closing services of the three
weeks revival now iu progtcuM by the
Salvation Army will be, conducted hy
Major and Mrs. John T. l'no from
Portland who are to visit tiratits Pass
on Saturday and Suud-iy, June 17th
and 1Mb. The Majors in i cxperit n-
ced otliei rs, v ho have a huccixtful
career of over 2i) yeuia as Salvtit ion
Army olllcera behind I In in, and their
visit w ill u n d n ii Ii I o d I y he
a blessing to those who may come in
contact with them. Their pint iciilur
mission U to iiihpict the S.tlviition
Army oK'rnt urns iu thin i lly uinl. t
(.'apt. and Mrn. l.ouis I'ruguiiih, wlioni
we have learned to know as fiiithlul
workers fot the good nod welfaie
uf iiittiik ind. Thu meet iugs on Satur
day night and Sunday altcincon and
night will he eoniluctcd by the Major
at the A. (). i'.V, Hall i n (1 -.tnet, to
which eveiyhoily is i ii v i tiit. Ad
mission flee. AI.mi in tlie ll.iplist and
South Mi-tlioilt chiircl i'.i the .Majors
will have a pi iu -lit put lu tlie
Stiud'iy uioining srivicd vhich com
mi nce at tlie UMi il huui set tor
these cliurcllcs. 1 Iich luc ! I iv-l w l II
iiinlouht. -dly b" of gie.il inli rest ami
hl'ssing ami he al 0 ii.l. il b in.iii v,
esecially by liiose vim ate luvt rs of
good speaking ami iiiuhii-.
l'rogi'Mu n si r n i s duiing Ihe
visit of Major ami Mis. .lolui !'. I' v uii
Salurilav, June 17th at 7 :1.'. open
air service at conn r i f ti anil Sixth
slreit: at S p. in., h'ri"il wehoine
to the Majors al Hi" A. (1 I'. W.
hull at U:17i . in open ail ilctui'iiMru
I leu unit' d i huti lu
SllloillV, June 1 -1 1 1 at Ihe I 1 1 -t
churcli at li):!, 0 a m.. Salvatnei un et
ing aihlii ss by Major John T. Fynu ;
at the South Methodist cliunh at II
a. in. Salvation mt cling ai.ilus by
Mis Major John T. I ynn ; at -J .:h
and 7 l'i I', in. opi u air m t i' i i s an I at
-1 p. in gnat f.iinily g:thiiig al
he A (i C. U. hall ; s p in do
ing of callialgu and lin.il iKhltr-c t'V
the Mitjor al'd Mis. l'yi.n l..-n.
hoilv welcome. A ' in i-1 -en inc.
Aft r June 1Mb, nit eiin;- Men
night c-icepl Momlav ami 1'inl.n.
Juit Mhat tvervone theuld lu.
Mr J. T. Paiber of linnuil'c
G.i , always keeps a ho!il' of Cn iiu-
bcrlaiu's Colic, Chi it la ami Pi.inhoea
Iteineily at hand ready lor in.-laut use.
Attacks id colic, choleta uioiiius and
dtarthoea conio on so Miildeuly that
there ia no time to hunt a doctor or
go In the store for nn ilicnie. Mr
Harbersaya: ' I ha e ti i( d Ch uul'. r
laiu'a Colic, Choli ia ami Diurihcca
'tiunilv which is i tie if ihe hot
medicines I ever siw I kei p a h.-tth
of it in inv noies as I lone had
seviial at'aeka of coll' on. I it has
pr ived to be the Is st nodu nie 1 ever
us-.il." Sold I v all l i u i -I h.
To l ure a Colli 111 llnr Hay
Take LAXATIVE lilloMO VIS
INK luhli ls. All diu'gisia n fund
tlie uiouey ot it faila to cure. K. W.
Grovu'a aiguatnro la no each U x. fx-.
Physician and Dentist
Deering Mowers at Cramer Bros.
M. Clement, Prescription Drmgist.
Hammocks from 91.00 op at Cramer
A Gentleman's smoke the
W. L. IRELAND writes FIRE
An Alaska Refrigerator at a bar
gain at Cramer Bros.
When yon don't know where to go,
go to People's market.
Get a new face by using ROSE
AND CUCUMBER JELLY.
And still I am insuring and selling
real estate at the old stand. J. E.
Tents aud wagon covers 7x9 tent
for :! !."). Others in proportion at
Thomas & O'Neill's.
Timber claims. Homesteads. W.
R. Sherman, Rooms 10 and 12 Masonic
Temple, (irants Pass Ore.
HOUSES FOR RENT by W. L.
IRELAND, the Real Estate man.
Ground floor Courier building.
Guitars, mandolins, banjos, organs,
all good instruments at your own
price at Ike Dvia', dealer iu every
thing, South Sixth street.
A long list of satiified customers
and users of our superb line of Ranges
convinces uh we have the best Range
for the leaat money on earth. Let os
give you a few names for reference
then you'll buy our range. Thomas
Goto Coron for Plumbing.
Kodaks Courier Builillng.
Camp Stoves aud camping ntenails
at Cramer Bros.
A aplendid line uf Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron 't
Our telephone number ia 5IS, regu
lar delivery. People's market.
Ask your dealer for Rogue River
Creamery Butter made at Medford ia
now Tit) cents per two-pound, square
RESIDENCE LOTS In moat any
part of the City at right pricea and
on easy terms. W. L. Ireland, The
Real Estate Man, Ground floor,
Decorated China in great variety
all reduced from 20 to ISX l-.'t per
cent. Kiquisite goods, a lot of Havi
land waru all goes at our immense
sacrillce sale. Thomas & O'Neill.
A sewing machine on trial, if it
suits you it is yrurs. Does ss good
work aa a 25 machine. Have 12
stanilatd make machines, (3.60 to A
Come and see them at Ike Davis'
second hand store,
WRIGHT'S PARAGON HEAD
ACHE CURE will settle your diges
tion and cure the pain. Down goea
the cure, away goes the headache, np
go your apirita. Every druggist has
it. Try it.
A change in ownership lias taken
place at the Lister & Calvert livery
stable and the firm ia row Hayes A
Heck, Thomas Galvin having sold his
interest to Frank Heck. Mr. Heck
has been heretofore iu the mining
business, and he is an energetic
young man and hn and Mr. Hayes,
who ia also a young hostler, should
make a success of their livery busi-
Aithina Sulltrtrs Should Kaew This
Foley's Honey and Tar lias cured
many cases of asthma that w ro con
sidered h'ipelesa Mrs. Ailolph Hues
iug, 7111 Wi at Third St , Daveuiiort,
Iowa, writes: "A ivr cold con
tracted 12 yeara a,io was neglected
until it finally grew into asthma.
Ill i l est medical tkill available could
not give mo morn than ti ioorary re
licl. Foley's Honey and Tnr waa
recommended and ouu 00 cent bottle
entirely cured me of asthma which
had been growing on me for 13 yeara.
and if I had taken it at the atart I
wiiii Id have been saved yeara of
sulTericg. " For sale by H. A. iioter
tiiuud. The "Ys" Entertained.
Thu Young Peoplu'a Christian Tem
perance Union uf this city was enter
laiued at thu home of Mrs. C. V.
Hi nk le on Second street last week
The program waa In chnrga of the
flow r department, ot which Edith
McColm ia the superintendent,
liouipn ta of (lowers were taken to be
given to the sick ami sorrowing of the
community. The reports of the
siiperlnlouilcnta f the dUTereut de
partments show gnat interest iu the
w oi k.
Ihe next meeting of the"Y's"
will hi- on the evening f July 7th.
Srnukiae, in a Powder Mathint
Isioiuling ileath more suddenly hut
not tnoie surely limn negh cling l id
ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure
will cure a slight diserihr in a few
il.ivs and Its coiitiueil use will cure
the most etiHtr ate cases. It hascured
maiiv people of llrlghl'a ilisciuc aud
ill.ib. li a w ho were thought In he in
curable. If you have kidney or blad
der trouble, commence taking Folev'a
Kidney Cure today, before it ia too
bile. For sale by H. R. Roter
will lliul it to their intorost to call au get our lij,'tiroH on the
l'tiniiit !f: Plant ami pilvanizod pipo. Wo can rofor you to
now in suctvssful opoiation in
Sawmill men will ti in it
Puililcrs ami carpenters
Grants Pass Hardware Company
JOS. WOI.KE. Mgr.. J. U CALVERT, Treaa.
Take LaXSti VC BrOUlO Quinine Tablets. JS
Sevea MIllloo bom toi In Mat U month. This sinatnr. v&
THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Brief Notes and Items of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cunningham
who for about II years were two of
Gold Hill s respected citisens, but
now of Grants Pass, were visiting
witb old time friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham will at
tend tne fair and may locate iu Port
land, as they have disposed of their
Interests in this place and in Grants
Past. Gold Hill News.
J. W. Berry, an Applegate farmer,
was io Grants Psas Saturday. Mr.
Berry Is a large grower of potatoes
and onions and be says both of bis
crops are very promiaing. His
onions, which lie grows from seed, are
making a good growth and are be
ginning to form bottoms. His early
potaeoes are now ripe aud the late ones
are certain of big yield. Mr. Berrv
has been raising potatoes and onions
for several years and lie Buds them
as proStable a crop aa is grown on tlie
W. L. Messner was in Grant Pass
Sunday to a tend services at the
Catbolio church. Mr. Mesanei owns
a fine farm ou Sardine creek, near
uold Hill oo which be is raiaiug
alfalfa aud stork He has 3-10 acres of
laud and coutrola for a considerable
distance the valley of Sirdiue creek.
Mr. Messner his bonded bis land to
California parties who are prospecting
with a view of putting on a dredge.
The showing is so good that it is
almost certain they w 11 put on tlie
dredge this fell.
J. R. McKay had ou exhibition at
the Gold Hill Bank, this week, a
gold brick (genuine gold, too) which
was a beauty and no mistake. It was
Ave inches lu length, by one and one
half inches in diameter and weighed
an even tl200. It was. taken from
the Corporal O mine on the 'eft fork
of Sardine creek aud from 30 tons of
ore. Mr. McKay bat taken out about
f 1000 this winter and has only been
doing development work. The Cor
poral U it one of the most promising
minca in the country. Uold Hill
R. H. Dolph, arrived in Grants
Pass Saturday from Prescott, Arizona.
Mr. Dolph is a miner and having
heard good reports of Southern
Oregon comet here to engage in pros
pecting. Ho aaya Arizona ia very
much overdone and ia now no place
for a mining man of limited means,
and not much bo ter for the big
capitalists either. Hu thinks there
will be a large number both of pros
pectors and investors come to South
ern Oregon this yea from Arizona, at
this district la now talked of more
tha a yo.he district of the country.
Rev. J. W. Hockaday arrived In
Orauta Pass Monday aud will spend
a few days here aud will hold ser
vices at the Church of God, for which
denomination ho is a traveling evan
gelist. Ho came from California aud
it going uortli on a tour of Oregon.
He travels iu his own rig and has a
camp outSt. For several years imst
he hat toured the Pacific Coast travel-
lug by himself. He it now 80 yean
old but halo and hearty and he it
giving hit services free other than
hit expenses which are borne by his
church people and he works aud
preaches with all the enthusiasm of a
"Restful Recreation Resorts" the
1 Ui i.j Summer Boos issued by the
passeuger department of thu Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Comimuy
contaius 48 pages and cover. The
book is ptiuted ou heavy white paper
M cuts being us.nl to illustrate the
trips up and down tho Columbia;
River to Ihe mountain, beaches, inland,
resorts aud fountains of healing. The ,
i cover Is done in three colors adding i
materially to thu beauty and ctToctivo-
nesa of tho publication which may
be had by sending two cents in!
stumps to A. I.. Craig General1
Passenger Agent of the Oregon Rail
road A Navigation Company. Portland j
Oregon. It ia a good thing to send ,
to your friends lu the East w ho ex- i
poet to visit tho Lewis A Clark Ex-!
No Secret About It !
It ia no secret, that for cuts, burns, )
ulcers, fever sores, 'sore eyes, boils. ;
etc., nothing ia so e hVctive as Buck-!
len'a Arnica Salve. "It didn't take'
long lo cure a bad sore 1 had, aud it
U all O. k. for sore eyes," wtitea D. i
L. Gregory, of Hope, 'lex. 2."e at'
all drug stores. I
who are Contemplating
to thoir advantai. to call on
lino of tho celebrated Corbin
of Alaska Kof l iberators frmti if 10 to $27.
To Cure a Cold in One Day 7.1
TU a Joy to eat I welcome my dinner hour
Because I rout Indigestion with August Flower
lConstipation ia the result of indigeation,
biliouaneaa, flatulency, loss of appetite
self-poiaoning, anemia, emaciation, uric
acid, neuralgia in varioua parts of the
system, catarrhal inflammation of tne in
testinal canal and numerous other ail
ments that rob life of its pleasures if they
do not finally rob you of life itself.
H" I'm bound in the bowels," is a com
mon expression of people who look mis
erable anil are miserable yet who persist
in " letting nature take its course.''
flWhat a foolish plan, when nature could
be aided by the use of Green's August
Flower, which is nature's own remedy for
constipation and all stomach ills.
.Vugnst Flower gives new life to the
liver and insures healthy stools. a
JTwo sires, 25c and 73c. All druggists.
For Hale hy Dr. J. C. Sinlih.
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
During the Lewis and Clark Expo
sition the Sonthern Pacific Company
will sell round trip tickets to Port
laud, limit 30 daye, at one aud one
third faro for Hie round trip. For
parties of teu or more traveliug on
one ticket, one fare for the round
trip. For organized parties of 100 or
more, individual tickets, at one fare
for the round trip.
Stop-over of 10 days will be given
at Portland 00 all one way tickets
reading through that point during
the exposition. Tickets must be de
posited with Joint Agent at Portland
and charge of 50 cents will be made
for extension of time.
The commencement exercises of the
Academy of the Sisters of the Holy
Names, of Jacksonville, will be held
on Friday of this week. Thit
Academy is oner of the oldest educa
tional institutions iu Southern Oregon
aud it has a high standing for the ex
cellence of its work. The buildings
are pictnretquely situated . in the
uiiast of spacious grounds that are
dotted with big oakt aud spreading
tuadiones, aud the rare beauty of tlie
surroundings is further enhanced by
the grand view that is bad of Rogne
River Valley that stretches away for
miles with its orchards, fields, farm
hornet aud tow ut. And thit attractive
location is made more desirable by
its healthfuluuss, the high altitude, the
bracing air, the pure water and tlie
perfect tanitary conditions making of
the Academy a most detirable rcsh
Dying of Famine
is, in its tormeuts, like dying of con
sumption. The progress ot consump
tion, from the beginning to the very
end, is a long tortuie, both to victim
aud frieudt. "When I had consump
tion in its first stage," writet Woi.
Myera, of Cearfosi, Md., "after trying
different niediciuet aud a good doctor,
iu vain, I at last took Dr. Kiug's
New Discovery, which quickly, and
perfectly cured me." Prompt relief
aud sure cure for coughs, colds, tore
throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively
preveuta pneumonia. Guaianteed at
a'l drug storea. Price 50c and fl.OO a
bottle. Trial bottle free.
Odd Fellows Grand Officers,
The Oregon Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows elected the following oflirers
for the coming year at the session iu
Portland last week : W. H. Hobson,
grand master, Staytou. W. A. Carter,
deputy grand master, Gold Hill
waukeo; E. E.
tary, Portland ;
grand wardiu, Mil
Sharon, graud aecre
O. A. Donne, graud
Dalles; J. A. Mills,
grand repri s-utative, Salem, and
Richard Scott, trustee, of tho Odd
Thu State Convention of the Re
hekaha selected the following otticera
Mia, Ella F'ra.er, president, Eu
gene; Mrs. Clemeutinu Bullock, vice
president, Portland; Mrs Emma
Galloway, warden, McMinnville;
Mrs. Ora Ooaper, aectetary, Dallas,
and Mra. Ida. Hardmau, treasurer,
Order seals aud rubber stamps of
a. r.. ooriuea.
Fairbanks (uisolino Kntuir
V or more irriirntiris! plan
us and ;ct pi ices on supplic
fivL oa every I
SfrjyrVn bOX. 25c, I
Kodaks Courier Building.
FOR SALE 150 bead of Angora goats.
u. a. jnarsrera. Merlin, Oregon.
TYPEWRITER- A Blickinsderfer
Typewriter in good condition for
sale. Inquire of A. E. Voorbies.
FOR SALE or trade one sood
wagon at $35 or will trade for good
work horse. G. A. Cobb, Real Es
FOR SALE Five acres mile from
uriuge, good nouse Darn and stable,
henhouse, good well at bonae and
In field, 80 bogs and sboats, team,
wagon and harness, slop route in
cluded. Inquire I. W. Holmes.
.'ARM FOR fiA LK-two mllea from Mer
lin. !(j0 acres about 50 acrea of rood
bottom land, 25 acres in cultivation, small
house and barn and about 50 acrea under
fence, balance of land auitable (or orchard
or pasture. Kor further particulars ad
dress W. M. Crow, Merlin, Oregon.
200 ACRE ranch, good prune and
apple orchard, small fruit in
abundance; water for irrigation, besides
aprings on every 40 acrea; center of a good
range countrv; two dwelling bouses, big
barn, every thing complete; well sheltered
from frosts, good mining markets, one-
nan nine norm oi 1 unnel u, price z,5Uij
imjuire at tuis omce.
BLACKSMITH SHOP for sale hav
lug a good run of work in a town of
1000 population. Two story build
ing in good repair, blacksmith and
wagon shop on first floor, living
rooms on second. In best location
in town. Tools and household
'effects go with bnilding an t lot
Owner crippled reason for selling.
A bargain given. Address Black
smith, care Courier.
A 6-room modern cottage in choice
location, bat pantry, hath and an
abundance of closet room, f 15 per
A neat 3-room cottage with large
pantry and porches, fti.60 per month.
A good 7-room dwelling with bath
in nice location. 110 per mouth.
Six good rooms over a buainets
house. Suitable for lodging house,
W. L. Ireland. The Real Estate Man,
Ground floor, Courier Building.
FOR RENT Room in private
lamlly. J. U. Drake, at 7th Street.
LODGING AND ROOMS to rent, on
Sixth Strtet opposite court boose.
Mrs. H. E. Brown.
HOUSE FOR RENT, D and Eighth
streets. Inquire of Grants Pass
canting and trust uo.
DESK ROOM for rent on gronnd
tlcor and second floor. Courier
building See A. E. Voorbies.
THREE NICELY FURNISHED
boots keeping rooms for rent to
man and wife. Inquire 202 2d and
FOR RENT DURING EXPOSITION
Two Urge rooms, 11.00 per day
each. Breakfast privileges. Ad
dress Mrs. J. W. Heiny, 815 E,
stark, Portland, Oregon.
FOR RENT A dwelling on Eighth
and D streets. Has 8 roomt and
closets, electric light, city and well
water, good yard and One location
Addrst Mrs. C. Brandt.
ROOMS to rent during Exposition
75 centa for one or 11.00 for two
people 5 cents car fare to grounds.
Address C. R. Voorbies, 1507 Bel
mont St., Portland, or A. E.
Vooihiea, Courier office, Grants Pats.
mission furniture made to order.
Machinery For Sale. .
A 15 H. P. Russell engine, a No.
4 centrifugal pun p, 200 feet 6-inch,
double riveted pipe, 50 feet 6-inch
pipe, lftO feet 6-iuch belting, making
a complete irrigating, or pumping
plant. Also a turbiue waterwheel,
pulley aud gears. All at a bargaiu.
AH kinds of machinery bought,
sold aud listed.
Grants Pats Irou & Steel Works.
r&tm for SeJe.
IdO acres, CO acres of fine tnb-irri-guted
bottom land under fence and
cultivation, 2,000,000 feet of fine
Pine timber, hundreds of cords of
hard wood, near town and ail down
grade on fine road. Good two-story
dwelling with L. Well of splendid
water at the door. Flue big barn and
out buildings. Lots of fruit and
berries of all kinds. County road
aud daily mail at Ihe door. A splen
did place for health and a pleasant
home. Address Box 117, Woodville,
If yau have a building
that you want moued,
raised or levelled up,
call on or address
A. E. Holloway.
E. A. WADE
Front Street, west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS. ORE.
I own and will sell two cot
tages, new, close in; one 4
rooms, box; one 6-room frame,
besides buttery, bath and large
closets; Porch S2S; up-to-date
houx. Terms to suit. Will
take some good property g.
Wagcn. and team for sale.
J. D. DRAKE.
Thone 484. Grants Pass, Ore.
Has ttiiMxt ibe Test of 83 Yeara.
The old, original GROVVST..1.1
Chill Tonic. Vou know what too r
taking. It it iron sad quinine In a taste
less lor oi. No core, bo Dev.
Easier to Cure Calanh Now Than
Any Other Seo-son.
Now is the time to nte Hyomei.
when th esrly summer dsyi mike it
so easy to cure catarrhal troubles
The Hyomei treatment, breathed for a
few minutes three or four times a day
io May or Jnne, will do good twice
nninklv aa it did in January,
and nearly everyone knowt that used
fsitbnliy tnen, it completely rm. .
system of catanh.
Hyomei is a purely Tegci.u.
preparation whose active curative
properties are given orx wneu n
h el,A Bid r.f the nocket
inhaler that comet, with every outfit.
It destroys an germ me iu mo
passages, purifies the blood by snp
nivinc ftHitirinnal ozone, and its heal
ing volatile, antiseptic fragrance
reaches every corner oi tne respnuiy
tract as no medicine taken through
tiie stomach can possibly do.
Ths complete Hyomei outfit costs
but one dollar, aud consists of a neat
inlialnr tlmt fun he carried ill the
purse or vest-pocket and will laft a
uieiimn, a meuiumu uiouijei,
bottle of Hyomei. Extra bottles of
Hvomel can be procured, if desired
for 50 cents.
At this season of the year when
.... .. Lnnhloa fan ha in nlllcklV
and readily cured the merits of the
Hyomei treatment should De careruuy
investigated by .everyone end a com-
..lnta nnlfll slmilM ttu in fVPfV home.
Rotermund giv s his personal guar-
rantee witn every nyutnei omui ne
sells to refund the money if it does
not give satisfaction. There is no
risk whatever to the purchaser of
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or pro
truding Piles. Druggists refund
money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure any case, no matter of how
long standing iu S to 14 days. Fir-t
application gives ease and rest. 50c.
If your druggist hasn't it send iiOo iu
stamps and it will be forwarded post
paid by Paris Mediciue Co., St. Louis,
and more of them
when you want
Comb White Leehorns, tho business
fowl of America. Yards headed by
cockerels from a pen with a record of
2J7 eetm tier vear ner hen. Kl'l'm $1 .50
for 15; 2.50 for 80. GRANITE EG
4 POULTRY YARDS, W. J Mcsseu
ger, Prop , Ashland, Oregon.
FARMERS FEED STABLI
J. E. KEHLEY, Pboir.
Last stable south on Sixth street.
Room under cover for 150 horses a. c
40 wagons. Box'Btalls. Con-all In
Only the best hay, clean grain a-(
alfalfa fed. Rolled barley and otl .:
No diseased horses allowed. I't '1
running water, and trough clear .,
Waiting room and toilet room win
ladies can leave wraps and acme,'
Prices reasonable and best care gi 1
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK 'and DELIVERY
Furniture and I'iano
GRANTS PASS, 0REG0M.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done .t
On Sixth Stieet Three chars
Bath Room in connection
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turning, t-croll Work, flair Work, Land
bawiiig.laiiuiet V ork, Vvuoil i'uheys, .-uw
ruinganU guiuuillig, lu-i'uuing aii kinds,
1' rices nglii.
vi r v 1 lULSlJllljl
A sallow comnlfTinn ,l;T..,v,,. .
biliousness and a coated tunane
are common indications t,f iv,.r
and kidney disoa .ej. Stoma b and
bowe) troubles, severe a they are,
give immediate warning by p.iin'
ut liver a:. J ki.lnev troubles'
though leu painful at the start are
much hard, r to cure. Theiiford't
Hlaok-Iira ivlit never fail, ( bene
fit diseate.l liver and weakened kid
neys. Itstiraun the t,,n i.l
to throw oh the genus of fever ...!
ague. It is a certain preventive
of cholera and Bright 's disease of
the kidney. With kiJnevs re
inforce.! by Thedfurd't Brack
Draught thousands of persons have
" immune in tlie midst of yel
low fever. Many families live' in
perfect health and hme no other
doctor tbau Tuedford's Black
Draught. It is alwart cn hand for
ure ia an emergency and saves
uiiy axpensive ca:i, of (jw.tlWi
Mullins. C. Mrk in ia.
I hava UMd Thtdtord i Black-Draught
. -; j- - 1 nava not lud to to
te a doctor inc. I have bt.nukinak
It b the bt.t medicine for mc thi, h
sath. market lor liver ami kidney
vouhiu ana iK-nH.i. j 7
comptalntt. Rev. A. 0. LEWIS.
Ait lj I,
I am Drfniriv! in t.irr,;ak
aiiruic or uranite.
r I w f).i.- -
that I can fill vou , "
o" oiuett in the v, k...
Front Blru. ..
Can l...;.k , - ""manner.
-. ... , , ureene a Gunshon.
Dr. Soinieler's Alterative A
jTU,,rn'trM ."3. vl
Ely's Cream Balm
Thla Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCI.
It cleanses, aoothoa, heals, aud protects the
diseiwd membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold In tho Head quickly.
Restores tho Senses of Taste and SmelL
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drags.
Applied into the mwtrila and absorbed.
Large Size, SO centa at Druggist or by
mini: Trial Sue, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 tt'arraa St., New York.
Cattle Re.nch For Rent.
1)20 acres ou Seven-Mile creek about
live milen southwest from tort
Klamath. Oregon. All lenceo, nouse,
larizo barn, ample water supply, will
cut about 80 tons wild hay. Address,
with references, P. O. Box No. Waii,
NOTICE TO PETITIONERS
You are hereby notifiel that the
District Boundary Board of Josephine
rnn..ft. tt-l It mpct. on Thnrsdav.'.Tnlv
vjvuk.j ..... .... . . J
(1, 1905, in the court houre iu Grants
Pass to act on a petition to nine ait
that part of school district No. 87
located iu Sections 1(1 aud 17 Town.
8'J S, Range 8 W from district No. 87
and annex Ihe same to school district
No. 8 of Kerby, Josephine County,
Done in Grants Pass, Oregon,
Juue 12, 1005.
County Sup't, Sec'y of Boaid.
Notice is hereby given I hat the un
dersigned has beeu duly appointed Ad
ministrator of the estate of William
(iebliardt, deceased, by order of the
County Court of Joseph inn County,
Oregon, by its order therefore dated
May 2 L H 1 1 . 1U05. All persons having
claims against said estate must p esent
the same dulj verified and with
proper vouchers, to the undersigned,
at the office of Colvig & Durham, At
torneys for taid estate, in Grants Pass,
Oregon, withiu six mouths from this
Grants Pass, Ore., June 8th, 1905.
T. K. ANDERSON, Administrator.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that the
nudortiigued eherilf of Josephine
County, Oregon, will sell at public
auction to tho highest bidder for rush
at the County Court House iu Grauts
Pass, Oregon, beginniug at 10 o'clock
a. in. on Wednesday, July 5, l'.iOn,
all property to which the said county
lias acquired title by virtue of sale
for taxes. Said snlo will be adjourn
ed from day to clny until conipleleil,
GEORGE W. LEWIS,
Sheriff of Jotpphiue County, Oregon.
Dated May 20, 11105.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Iu The County Court for Josephine,
In the Matter of Ihe
Estate of Will-
iam Dnnlap, I
Notiro ia hereby given that J. II.
Colby, the administrator of tlie above
entitled estate, has filed his final ac
count iu said court aud caose, nnil
tho Hon. J. O. Booth, County Judge
for Josephine Ocuuty, Oregou, has
fixed Monday, July 8, !!I05. at the
court house iu Grants Pass, Josephine
County, Oregon, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. as the time and place
for settling said final account, and nil
persons desiring to except or object
j thereto are hereby uotilied to file their
objection or exceptions at or before the
, (lute of such hearing.
I Dated this 81st day of May, A. D.,
I J. H. COLBY, Administrator.
H. D. Norton, attorney for estate.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
, Iu The County Court For Josephine
In the Matter of tho
j Estate of John
Every, Dcciayed. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
John Deveny, the administrator of the
above entitled estate has tiled in said
court aud cause bis final account,
and by order of tlie Htm. J. O. Booth,
Judge of said court, Mcudav, Juue 111.
A. D. 1 IK '5, at tho hour of 10 o'clock
, A. M. at the court houo at Grants
Pass, Josephiue County, Oregon, has
beeu fixed as the time and place for
the hearing and settling of said
final account and all persons interest
ed in said estate ore hereby notified
, to appear at that time uud plnce, then
and there to present nnv objections
winch they may have to said tiual
Dated this loth dav of Mav, A. I.
'"' JOHN DEVENY.
ii. I). Norton, Administrator,
i Attorney for Estate.
j DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
' By mutual consent, Ihe puitnership
Heretofore existing between W. li.
Sherman aud W. L. Ireland, under
the firm name of Sherman & Ire-
i land, is hereby dissolved.
1 1 'lW.''!'1 Ut Gr"u'8 P'"' Oregon, June
W. B. SPERM AN.
W. L. IRELAND.
DI SSOLtTION CF PARTNERSHIP
The 'jiartnersltip of Dr. I B. Parker
ami in S. Loughridge, having been
ertmnated March 10, loy.-,, ,(,., is
.n'.'i y ,g,Tl,U ",at 811 indebted
1 l4r kmdly requested
to settle their accounts
Dr. I. B PARKER,
Dr. S LOUGH RIDGE,
(rants Pass, Ure., May 15, line.
"ything i te line ol Cemetery ,o,k in any kind
M.rbit business ., ....
or American (ir.ni.e ,,r .,1
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