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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JULY 21, 1905.
X. C. FINDLEY. M. D.
Practice limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
and fitting of glasses.
Office hours 9 to 12; 2 to 6; and on ap
pointment. Telephones 261 and 77.
Ubantb Pass, - ' - Okeooh
JTRED'K d. stricker, m. d.
PHYSICIAN amd SURGEON.
Masonlo Temple, Rooms 2 and 4
'Phone 633. OkkooN.
Q H. DOUGLASS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: l'lgney's residonce, cor. Cth
and E streets.
Day and night phone No. MI.
Urakts Pass, - Okkuosi
JD.JEWETT, M. D.
PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON
Disease! of Woman and Surgery a
Specialty. Hospital Accommodations.
rjHoonn and 10 Tliorton Bldg.
L Day or Night Plione WIS.
Office hoars 9 to 12 a. iu., 3 to 5 and
7 to 9 p. ni.
Ghantb Pass, OkkOOs
DWARD H. WHITE
DOCTOR OK DENTAL MEDICINE.
Office: Ground floor Pigney residence
corner Sixth and E streets.
Hours: 8 to 12, 1 to .
Ghants Pahs, ... Okkuon.
J)R. Frto. LONG WELL
Treats all Nervous and Spinal Dls
eases, Rheumatism and Stomach Trou
bles. A specialty made of Female Dls
Olllco: Colonial Lodging House,
front room (jrants 1'iihh, Ore.
1)R. S. J. SKATON
Steam IJuths, Alcohol Huh. All dis
eases treated. Hospital care given to
all who wish It. RheumatlHin cured in
Its worst form. Advleofree.
Opposite Court House. Hours 0 to 9
(Jiiants Pass, Oiikoon
WHEN (UVEN UP BY OTHERS
it eosts you nothing to nonsuit
Dk. Montuomkhv. Ha cures
Eeinale complaints, men's private dis
eases aim all Kinds oi eiironio irouiiies,
Also sells Cherokee, and other guarun
teed family medicines. P. O. Hex UHl
Call at Free Metliwlist Parsonage.
, I). NORTON,
Practice In all Slate and Federal Courts,
Ollico in C) ra Ilouxo Building.
(iliANTH Panh, Okkuon
W C. HALE,
Otileo over First National Hank,
Gkanth Pahs, - - Oukmun.
(J H. CLEMENTS
. AND A 1 1ST R ACTOR
Practice in Htate and Federal Courts.
Olllce on lilh ami C Hlrecls opposite
Court House. Phone 1001.
IIkamh Pahs, - Onruin.
t C. HOUGH,
1'ructtocs in all Stale and Federal Courts
Olllce over Hair Kiddle Hardware Co.
J. H. AUSTIN,
ATT'OH N E Y-AT-1 -A W
Palace Barber Shop
HATES .V WILLIAMS, Propr.
Sliavinn, Hair Cuttini;
1 laths, i:tc.
E verj th ill g licit und clean mid a
MIII K ! ll'Bl-l lass.
J. E. PETERSON
TIKE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Agent Dig lliini Hi-in Lund Co.,
Wyoming. Anchor Wire l-Ynce.
II. I. Itojleilila
II. .1 . .W (.111
Reynolds S Lawton
Civil and Mining
MECHANICAL DK A TOUTS
MEN AND SURVEYORS.
N. r McCUKW,
TRUCK am. DKI.IVKUY
Furniture and 1 hmo
GRANTS PASS. OHtQO.
The Popular Bjrbi-r Shop
Get vour tiniMiti.il woik ilone .1
On Sixth JStuet Tlncc dun;
Hath Room in connection
Fuley iV Co., Chicago, originated
llouey and Tar as a throat and loiit
remedy, and on account of t tit ureal
merit and Kpuhinty of Foley 'c
Honey aud Tar uiany iinitatioim arc
offered for tliu genuine. Auk for
FuUiy's Hi ucy and Tar aud refuse any
substitute offend as no other piciara
tiou Will give Hie same satisfaciiou.
It is uiildlv laxativu. It contains no
opiates and la safest for eliildr. u and
dulicate persons. For dale by II A.
A uew Hue of colored stereoscopic
views, two for ft ctsula at the Courier
Items of Personal
Attorney George It. Durham spent'
last Friday in Asliluud on legal bail
ness. Editor F. W. Chaasse, of the Obser
ver, and Mrs. Chaosw left for Port
laud Tuesday evening to attend the
John O. Scballlioru is at Klamath
Hot Springs, where he will spend a
couple of weeks seeking relief from
Mrs. A. C. Hough has been in
Ashland the past week a guest of
Miss Lillian Wataou while attending
the Chautauqua assembly.
Miss Nellie Parvil retarued
Saturday from Ashland where she
had beeu on a short visit with her
sister Mrs. W. E. Williams.
II. A. Corliss returned Sunday from
Yreka, where he hid spent a couple
of days on business connected with a
mining deal hn is interested iu.
W. II. Carter, a leading stock raiser
of Kerhy section, and Mrs Carter
are camping at the Ashland Chautau
qua grove while attending the as
sembly. Editor Arthur Coukliu, of the
Mining Journal, and Mrs.Conkliu and
the Misses Evelyn and Gladys Conk
ill went to Antihunt Wednesday to at
tend the Chautauqua assembly.
W. C. Kitto, a well known mining
man of Jacksonville, was iu Grants
Pass Tuesday. Mr. Kitto stated that
the 10 stamp mill at the Oregon Bel.'e
mine would bo ready for milling ore
John Piukham arrived Sunday in
Grants Pass and remained here until
Tuesday a gnosj; of W. M. and J. E.
Hair. Mr. Piukham reside! at Sjra-
cuse, Neb., and was a former neigh
bor of the MesHrs. Hair when they
were residents of Nebraska.
Guorgo Hansen relumed Monday
from Portland where hn had been for
two weeks with his wife viewing the
sights of the big fair. Mrs. Hansen
oame up to Rrowuavillo where she
topped witli relatives. She will re
turn home the last of this week.
Louis Sexaunr, tho popular chief
olurk at the Lay ton hotel, returned
Monday from a two week's vacation
trip during which he visited the fair
aud friend in Portland, aud made a
trip to Tacoma ami Keattle. He had
an enjoyable trip and declares the fair
more than met his expectations.
D. J. Lawton, the hydraulic engi
uner, left for Prospect on upper Rogue
river, Monday, where he went for a
month while doing soma extensive
surveying for Dr. 0. It. Ray, of the
Coudor Water & Power Company, on
the big canal and the power station
tliHt the Company is preparing to
put iu at that point.
George Birdsnys got back Sunday
from Ills two weeks vacation aud Moo-
day resumed his position as a clerk in
the Coe store. Mr. tlirdsoyo visited
the fair at Portland and was at Silver
ton mid Salem. On his return he
HKint a few days with relatives' iu
Jacksonville ami Ashlaud, and with
his grandmother, who resides on
llirdieye creek near Woodville, and
who is one of the eailieit pioneers of
Wedding Dells King Knoye.bl
Picnic on the Fourth A
Team Run Away
(Too late for last week)
Mrs. T'lornton of Grunts Pass
visited a few days with Mrs. Jones.
Mr. Lipps mid family of Grants
I'ass, spent Similar hist iu this
Mr. and Mrs. Kov llimsom. nf Mud
ford, passed through here, on their
way to t'.urekn, Cal.
Little Edna Robinson fell from the
haul hed aud hurt her arm so she
has to carry it In a sling.
K. Fricksou is building quite au ad-
Jill. hi to his lull n. We all like to see
the country bring improved.
Mis. J. W. Mi Colluin ami Mrs. R.
I). Lindsay ma le a business trio to
(rants Pass several days ago.
George Creed and llerchel McClung
cut a lice trie and vol about I'.','.
pounds of the veiy best lion y.
Mi. Gnlliili is able to he up ami
-round ug.liu after being badly hurt
about 1111111 months ago hv a vicious
While George Lewis was out near
Ashland his horse died. He had to
nine home and get another horse aud
go hack alter Ins buggy.
Mamed-At the parsonage, 'lues
lav of lliis week. Mr. V II I'm of
H I lit rv il It. Hint Mrs. Louisa Duncan
son ol Jenell couutv. Kansas.
Tim gr.md Fourth of July has come
slid gone. A f..v people gathered in
the glove near Wildcmlht and enjoyed
'.he il.iv. Mr. A Lit iiimI Mr I'Um
making spccchi a in the afternoon.
J Hocking fell from a load of Imv
Saturday of last week alighting on his
hack and shoulders, bruising him ui
conridenilile, kno.'king one tooth out
and biting Ins tongue pretty badly.
lie l about over tin. fall now i this
Se liave been having pretty warm
weather, but no storm. We hear ol
several storms hack iu the last iu the
old home of ye cortes undent. They
Had a hall storm and the hall stone
were as large as oranuc. rut tint
right througi tin roofs Where
you mi. pose nop would he iu sue
stoiiu as tliat?
J. Hocking's old team mustered ui
courage enough o run awav
broke things up gem rally, having 01
hind wheel In one place and the lioi
lid the other wheel in ai other nlace.
Charley ami Jim McCanii aud Webb
Roberts raiiuht the team si ill at
tached to the front wheel. The
horses were enjoying the por
well that thev didn't like lo
Physician and Dentist
Whip at Cramer Bros.
Kodaks Courier Building.
M. Clemens. Prescription Druggist.
A Gentleman's smoke the Stage
Souvenir Postal Cards Courier
Mining blanks of all kinds at the
W. L. IRELAND writes FIRE
Order seals and robber stamps of
A. E. Voorhles.
Yod can get a good Steel Range for
3J at Cramer Bros.
See Voorhles for Underwood Type
writers aud Typewriter supplies.
And still I am insuring and selling
real estate at the old stand. J. E.
W. L. IRELAND, REAL ESTATE
& INSURANCE, Courier Building on
We sell Patton'i Sun Proof Paint
and it gives satisfaction. Try a
sample at Cramer Bros.
Oo to Coron for Plumbing.
Hay Tools at Cramer Bros.
Patwr Napkins Courier Building.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron '
Hose Remnant coupled in lengths
irom iu to u leet at uiamer tiros.
Our telephone number is 6II, rego
lar delivery. People's market.
Are yon going camping? Get yoor
Hammocks, Camp stove and Sporting
Goods at Cramer Bros.
Ask your dealer for Rogue River
Creamery Bntter made at Medford is
now 50 cents per two-pound, square
KUHiuttJNUi!; IjOTS in most any
part of the City at right prices and
on easy terms. W. L. Ireland, The
Keal ftstate Mao, Ground floor,
A sewing machine on trial, if it
suits yon it is yours. Does as good
work as a f5 machine. Have 13
standard make machines, 12.60 to 8,
Come and see them at Ike Davis
second 1) und store.
IT FIGHTS THE WIND AND
COLD OF WINTER. ROSE AND
CUCUMBER JELLY (CUROSA
CREAM) is the best armor against
ohapped face aud hands. It gives the
skin that sort velvety finish so much
desired. It is eooliug aud refreshing
ana spionnia to aso after shaviug.
Sold by all druggists, 25 oeuts.
for Sale a.1 a. Bn.rge.ln.
Owing to moving to the mine in the
near future, will sell at a bargain
some first-class furniture, also one
two seat surrey, and light team liar
uess. li. L. Sowers, 400 Seventh
Street, Grant Pass.
Sh Tried Flvt Doctors. '
Mrs. Francos L. Sales, of Missouri
Valley, la., writes "I have been
allliuted with kidney tronblo five
years; had severe palus in my back
and a frequent desire to urinate.
When riding I experienced much pain
over the region of the kidneys. I
tried five physicians without benefit
and then concluded to try Foley's
Kidney Cure. After taking three
1.00 bottles I was completely cored."
For sale by II. A. Rotermuud.
Now Hop Items.
(Too late for last week. )
Miss Eva Hathaway returned home
from Selma last Monday.
Mrs. P. II. Burrow, of Murphy,
was at New Hope last Sunday.
Miss Mettie McOee aud her sister
Laura from Ashlaud, made ns a short
visit last Sunday.
Airs. William Stringer expects to
rebuild her boos and we are all glad
to welcome them back.
Mrs. It. S. Wynant or New Hope
was at Williams Monday aud Tuesday
accompanied by her son, Howard
Howard Wyuaut is hauling lumber
from the Powell's Creek Lumber Com
Is a violuut inflammation of the
tuuonus membrane of the wind pipe,
which sometimes exteuds to the
larynx and bronchial tubes; aud is
one or the most dangerous disease
of children. It almoit always couiei
on iu I lie night. Give frequent small
doses of Dullard's Horehound Syrup
and apply Ballard's Snow Liniment
externally to the throat. S.'ic, ROo,
I.CXI at Rotermuud 's aud Model Drug
Cattle R r.nch Tor Rent.
'M0 acres on Seven Mile creek alsiut
live In l lei southwest from Fort
Klamath, Oregon. All fenced, house,
large barn, ample water supply, will
cut alniut hO tons wild hay. Address,
witli references, P. O. Box No. U;l8.
Colic. 1'hotfra and
Never tails, buy It now. II way u,t hit.
will liiul it to tlioir intorost to
Ptimiiiii;,- Plant ami pilvuni.od
uow in siK'oossful operation in
Sawmill men will limi it
Muililors ami oarpontors
Grants Pass Hardware
laJ 1. 1-- - - . .
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Svti MUttosi hum toU h aast U i
A Brief Record of
Jacob Fleisch, a well known
rancher of Merlin vicinity, was iu
Grants Pass Satorday. Mr. Fleisch
owns 00 acres of land and on this
tract be is opening a good farm and is
engaged in general farming and dairy-
Henry J. Sohmitt, a sawmill man
of Selma, and Mrs. Schmitt were in
Grants Pass Saturday and nutil Sun
day when they returned to their
borne. While here they made the
transfer of 10 acres of laud, located
near Selma, to Antooe Spinas, re
cently from Humboldt count, Cali
fornia. Development work is being pushed
on the Tena H mine on Mule creek.
A saw mill is being erected aud the
machinery for it was taken in last
week. It will be op. rated by water
power and will be in operation with
in a month, when lumbar will be cut
for the various buildings required
about the mine.
Corvallis has deoided in a special
election held last week, by a big
majority vote, to put in a gravity
system and to bring in water from the
hills west of that town, aud the is
suance of 175,000 in bonds was
authorized to raise funds to meet the
expense of putting iu the municipal
system. Corvallis is now supplied
by water from the Willamette river
by a private company.
The new poHtofHce at Crater Lake
opeued July 1st. Mail is now de
livered at the lake from Fort Kamath
three times a week. Supt Arant says
there is a considerable amouut of
mow on the roads leading to the lake.
They will not be able to get the new
road open before the loth or 30th of
the month, owing to the depth of the
snow. On the old road it la still from
four to six feet deep on the higher
portion of the mountain.
W. A. Carter and Major Matson are
developing the old Fredeubnrg mine
just east of town, and It is rumored
that quite a rich strike has been
made. Neither of the gentlemen
when Beon by a News reporter would
give out any information iu regard to
it except Hint a strike had beeu made
of very satisfactory results. They
have leased the Bowden quartz mill,
aud expect to begin operations at
once. They have 100 tons of good re
on the dump. Gold Hill News.
Moasles of a virulent form has ap
peared iu the Bellvlew district, uusr
Ashland. It has beeu some time since
the measles lias boon epidemic iu
Rogue River Valley aud as the small
pox disappeared last spring, it may
be that it la to be succeeded by the
measles. When this country becomes
advauced euongh to enforce a rigorous
quarantine against the infectious
aud contagions diseases that uow
bring death to so many homes and
cause so much needless sickness,
sorrow and expenso, a long step for
ward in true olviliaztion will have
One Dollar Saved Rcpreunta Tea Dollars
llie average man does not save to
exceed 10 per cent of his earnings.
He must spend nine dollars iu living
expenses for every dollar saved. Very
often a few ceiits properly invested,
like buying seods for li its garden; will
savo several dollars outlay later on.
It is the same in buying Chamber
laiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Remedy. It oosla but a few cents,
and a bottle of it in the house often
saves a doctor's hill of several dollars.
For rale by all druggists
WRIGHT'S PARAGON HEAD
ACHE CUKE is the only safe and
sure remedy for uuy kiud of a head
ache. It. keps the brain clear aud
active and the head free from pain.
All druggists. Try it.
WE CAN CURE YOU
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POSrTIVK AllriOl.lTTK HHIt IIIIAHANTWII '
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il.lrM WILLIAM T. I.HWtS
who are Contemplating
BY PUMPING PLANT
cull ami t our Inures on the
pipe. Wo oan rotor you to
to their advantage to on 11 on
line of tho celebrated Corl'in
of Alaska KYfYiiit Tutors from $10 to $27.
WOI.KK. Mgr., J. U OAI.YKKr. Treaa.
To Cure a Cold in One
V . .
CONSUMPTION'S WARN INC
Inside fftdi soon become nriilent la outside
lymptuma. Da. i. C. Gasejt.
JThe aid of scientific inventions is not
needed to determine whether your lungs
are affected. The first symptoms can be
readily noted by anyone of average in
telligence. qThere is no disease known that gives so
many plain warnings of its approach ai
consumption, and no serious disease that
can be so quickly reached and checked,
if the medicine used is Dr. Boschee's
German Svmp, which is mad to cure
IJIt is in the early stages that German
Syrup should be taken, when warnings
are given in the cough that won't quit,
the congestion of the bronchial tubes and
the gradual weakening of the lungs, ac
companied by frequent expectoration,
a Hut no matter now deep-seated youi
cough, even if dread consumption has
already attacked your lungs, German
Syrup will surely effect a curt: as it has
done before in thousands of apparently
hopeless cases of lung trouble.
IJN'ew trial bottles, 25c. Regular size,
75c. At all druggists. a
Kor Sale by Ir. J. C. Smith.
All matter for this column is supplied
I lie (irants Pass Woman t uristian
The members aud friends of the W
0. T. U. greatly enjoyed the mothers
lawn social at the home of Mrs. Ac
Pike on Friday, July 14th. The
songs aud recitations by little icoplp
wero appreciated aud the paper by
Mrs. McFarlaud on the advisability of
giving children a good all round
common school education instead of a
complete education iu some special
line was inteiesting and called for a
lively discussion. After tho pro
gram light refreshments were Berved
Since our last meeting June UOtli.'.lO
new members have joined the
Union. At our last business meeting
the vote was unanimous against sub
pending the meeting or missing one
oil account of hot weather.
Our noxt regular meeting will be
held on July 2Hth at the home of Mrs.
C. V. Huukle unless otherwise an
nouueed from the Bcveral pulpits.
The subject is "Hereditary Teudeu
cios and How to Overcome Them.'
The program is in charge of Mrs.
M. C. Day. sup't of the depa'tmnt of
Health aud Heredity. A general
invitation is exteuded to all who
wish to meet with us.
Wisconsin did a good thing when
her senate passed a bill depriving
a pareut "given to drink" of the
wages of a minor child. This is a
standard that will give many children
a chance for their manhood and
Two gieat factors are entering into
the touiperauce problem, to its un
told advantage: the increasing de
sire ou the part of the American
people to protect life, aud the fast
going conviction that teniperauco
principles are of monetary value to
the country. Railway, telegraph.
telephone aud factory managers are
Insisting ou total abstinence by their
employes. There is safety to lile aud
limn iu tins demand, aud there are
dollars iu it. Neither is it to be tie
11 it'll that there is geuuine spiritual
conviction belli ml this movemeut. Not
every factory manager who insists ou
sober bauds is taking his staud
merely from the standpoint of per
sonal advantage. The simple fact
is that couvictiou has preceded prac
tice. Men lirst became, convicted of
the truth aud right aud then begau to
find out how to put these couvictious
into practice. One of the latest items
of this particular kind conies Irom the
Wyoming I ight Company at Wilkes
Burro. On a recent Sainrday night
each man found aloug with iiis pay
enveloH a priuted pledge to abstain
from the uae of intoxicating liquor
while off or ou duty, which lie was
requested to sigu. As the men have
; been well treated and fairly paid they
I are accepting and are thus mustering!
I into the great army of tho e who
tOUl'll, tllStO, ItaUlllo llllt
,4 If -q your property nst
it With W. Is 1KKI..NI, tllH HKAL
IXG, ground floor.
hi i flunks Gasoline Kn
or moro irriiratimr ,an
us ami -;et piioos on supplie
IWr Looks. '
in Two IXyt,
trmru box. 25c
J XU, C. H. U. ColumiTj
WANTED A live bustler for a
household nvcessity that sells on its
merits. Address F., care Courier.
Kodaks Courier Building.
GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE Union
Restaurant for sale, two years lease
TYPEWRITER A Blickinsderfer
Typewriter i" good condition for
sale. Inquire of A. E. Voorhies.
FOR SALE Five acres mile from
bridge, good house barn and stable,
henhouse, good well at house and
in field, 80 hogs and shoats, team,
wagon and harness, slop route in
cluded. Inquire I. W. Holmes.
I.'AK.M KOK HALE two miles from Mer
lin. 100 acres about 50 acres of good
liottom land. 25 seres in cultivation, small
house and barn and shout 50 acres under
fence, balance of land suitable for orchard
or pasture. For further particulars ad
dress W. M. Crow, Merlin, Oregon.
ACKK ranch, good prune and
apple orchard, small fruit in
abundance; aster for irrigation, besides
spring on every 40 seres; center of a good
range countrv; two dwstling bouses, big
barn, every thing complete; well sheltered
from frosts, good mining markets, one
half mile north of Tunnel 0, price 12,500.
Inquire at this omce.
BLACKSMITH SHOP for sale hav
ing a good run of work in a town of
11X10 population. Two story build
ing in good repair, blacksmith and
wagon shop ou first floor, living
rooms 00 second. In best location
in town. Tools and household
effects go with building au I lot
Owner crippled reason for selling.
A bargain given. Address Black
smith, care Conrier.
FOR RENT Room in private
family. J. D. Drake, at 7th Street.
DESK ROOM for rent ou ground
floor and second floor, Conrier
building See A. E. Voorhies.
THREE NICELY FURNISHED
house keeping rooms for reut to
man aud wife. Inquire 202 2d and
ROOMS to reut during Exposition
75 cents for one or 11.00 for two
people 6 ceuts car fare to grounds.
Address C. R. Voorhies, 1507 Bel
mont Ave, Portland, or A. E.
Vooihie, Courier olllce, Grants Pass.
mission furniture made to order.
Machinery For Sale.
A 15 H. P. Rursell engine, a No.
4 centrifugal pump, 200 feet H-inch,
dooble riveted pipe, 60 feet 5-inch
pipe, 100 feet 6-iuch heltiug, making
a complete irrigating, or pumping
plant. Also a turbine waterwlieel,
pulley aud gears. All at a bargaiu.
All kinds of machinery bought,
sold aud listed.
Grants Pass Iron & Steel Works.
With its companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con
stipation, palpitation of the hi art,
poor blood, headache aud other ner
vous symptoms, sallow skin, fonl ton
gue, offensive broath and a legion of
oilier ailments, is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
Biuong the American people. The
Heroine treatment will cure all these
troubles. 50 cents bottle at Roter
muud's aud Model Drug Store.
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
During the Lewis aud Clark Expo
sition the Southern Pacific Company
will sell round trip tickets to Port
land, limit UO days, at one aud one-
third faro for the round trip. For
partieH of ten or moro traveling on
one ticket, one fare for tho rouud
trip, tor orgauized parties of 100 or
more, individual tickets, at one fare
for the round trip.
Stop-over of 10 days will be given
at fortlalid ou all one way tickets
reading through that poiut during
the exposition. Tickets must be de
posited witli Joint Agent at Portland
and charge of 20 cents will be made
tor extension of time.
Chterfu'ly Recommended for Rheumatism
O. ti. Higbee, Danville, Ills.,
write. Deo. 2, 1001 : "About two
years ago I was laid up for four
months with rheumatism. I tried
Ballard's Suow Liniment; I can
cheerfully recommend it to all suffer
ing from like affliction." 25e, 50c,
1.1K) at Rotermuud's aud Model Drug
If you have a building
that you want moved,
raised or levelled tip,
" call on or address
A. E. Holloway.
Residence 2 miles wet of city
north ido of river.
U PAY KENT? I
Own Your Own Home ;
I have a modern 'J-room
house including pantry and :
bath, on sewer line, close in, j
porch SxS; small payment in l
cash or property. Also 4- j
room dox house, same terms,
Sixth and L streets.
Team and wagon for sale.
J. D. DRAKE.
Thotie 4S4. Grants Pass, Ore.
and more of them
when you want
them. si 11 ui
( omh lute leghorns, the business
fowl of America. Yards headed hv
eocketvUi from a pen ith a record of
7"'' !"-K:I ,,1,-'r iVtr xr K:e ' so
for I..; 2 . for 30. GRANITE KG
A PolLTRY YARDS, W.J. Mown
ger. Prop , Ashland, Orvgon.
To Care a I'ulU In Oar Hay
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN
IXE Tablets. All druggists refund
the mouey of il fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signaler is do each box. ibc
CUKE F0K HAY FEVEH
R.otermund Ssvvi Hyomel Will
Glva Relief Sold Under
The season for hay fever is almost
at band, and many people feel that
tbey will be obliged to go away in
order to avoid the sneezing, watery
eyes, and other annoying symptoms of
this disagreeable summer disease.
Rotermund wishes us to announce
that when Hyomel is nsed as a pre
ventative, or a cure, there Will be no
hay fever. He adviseB daily treat
ment with Hyomei for two or three
weeks before the usual time for the
annual appearance of hay fever. If
this is doue, the attack will be pre
vented. However, if the the preven
tative treatment is not started soon
enough, aud the disease makes its ap
pearance, use Hyomei Bix or seveu
times daily, and relief will be given
There iv no stomach dosing when
Hyomei is nsed. Breathed through
the neat pocket inhaler that comes
with every outfit, its medicated air
reaches the miuotest air cells, killing
all germs aud soothing and healing
the irritated mucous ineuibiaue
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
but $1, extra bottles 50 cent. It is
Che only treatment for hay fever sold
by Rotermund under a guarantee to
refuud the money it it does not give
Notice is hereby given tnat the
county superintendent of Josephine
County will hold the regular exami
nation nf applicants for state and
county papers at Grauts Pass as
i'or Btate Papers.
Commenciua Wednesday, Ansust H,
at U o'clock A. 11., aud continuing
until Saturday, August 12, at 4
o'clock, P. M.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling, algebra, reading, school law.
Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaching, grammar, book
keeping, physics, civil government.
Friday PhyBiology, go jgraph y,
mental arithmetic, composition,
Saturday Botany, piano geometry,
general history, English litenituro,
Por Coouty Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, August 9,
at 9 o'clock A. M., and continuing
until Fridav August II, at 4 o'clock
First, Second and Third tirade
Weduesday Penmanship, history,
Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaching, grammar, physi
ology. Friday Geography, mental arith
metic, school law, civil government.
Weduesday Penmanship, orthog
raphy, arithmetic, reading.
Thursday Alt of questioning,
theory of teaching, phvsiologv.
A Surpriu Parly. "
A pleasant Burprise party may he
given to your stomach aud liver by
takiug a medicine which will relieve
their paiu aud discomfort, viz: Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are a
most wonderful remedy, aifordiug
sure rolief and cure, for headache,
di.ziuess aud constipation. 20c at all
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 in 6 to 14 days. First
application gives ease and rest. fiOc.
If your druggist hasn't it send oOo in
stamps and it will be forwarded post
paid hy Paris Medicine Co., St. Loois,
B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4th Sts. P. 0. Box 273.
Employment office. Houses rented
No. 7rt 125 acres, all fenced, pf, m.re,
nvei bottom, 7.) cultivated, IU to lions, 4
miles from railroad town, guod roads,
school, etc. A bargain at f Ij uu acre. Hop
crop will pay purchase price in two vears.
FARMERS FEED ST A B LI
J. E. KEUI.EY, 1'boik.
Last stable south on Sixth street.
Room under cover for 150 horses u c
40 wagons. l!ox stulls. Coirull I
Only tho best hay, clean gi uiu a t'
alfalfa fed. Rolled bailey and otl r
No diseased horses allowed. Pi -running
water, and trough clean
Waiting-room and toilet room win
lutlios can leave wraps and urrncj
Prices roasouahlo and best euro git 1
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turning. Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand
SswwK.labinet Work, Wood I'ullevs Nt
tiling and gumming. Repairing all kinds
E. A. WADL"
Front Street, west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
MAR1JLE AND GliANITE WORKS
J. II. PADIIOCK, I'roprieiur.
of Ma:C!ePoTPu;;niJe.'UrDi8h ny"'", ,0 lh " ot work in kim
that Iu'nlir" in'Z'vT bU'in" '-
i Jr. ,urn",n or " Scotch, Swede
Front street, next to Greene's Gnnshop.
Dr. Sdimkr's Alterative & Neosan?uh (.hits
All Female Disorders no matter if given up by your
physician. For sale by ' 3
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
OIVCS RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soot lies, herds, aud protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh m, 1
ilrives awnv a Odd in tho Head quii k!v.
Restores the Senses of Turfto mid S'.i.-il.
Easy to nte. Contains no injurious 1: ul'.
Applied into the ucistrils and ahsorbed.
Large Size, M cents at Pruiiists or Ij
mail: Trial fiize, 10 ee itr, l;y inuil.
ELY BROTHERS. TG - -'.. N.r.v Y5-J.
Sunrise Condensed Milk
That is out to make a reputa
tion. Is made at a new conden
seiy on Coos Hay, tho big dairy
district of Oregon.
Proved to IJe the Hcst
by the agent who bought a can
of another brand Hnd os.'ned
It and 0110 of hiB and proved his
was the host.
Is Not Two-ihirds Sugar,
Water and Corn Starch
But is pure cows milk and is
just us good as cow's milk for
your coffee. Try it and be con
vinced. Introductory Price of 10c per Can
on sing;!o funs. Special rates on
Made in Spokane from hard
wheat, which makes the best
cracker of tiny wheut. Try 11
package ut 25 cunts.
Front St., near Fourth.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that the un
designed sheriff of Jospehiue CoLiity,
Oregon, will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, at tint
Comity Court House iu Grauts Pass,
Oregon, beginning at 10 o'clock A.
M. on Monday, the "lb day of August,
A. D., 11)05, all property to which
the said county has acquired ti t lo by
virtue of . sale for taxes. Said sale
shall be continued from day to ilny
GEO. W. LEWIS,
Sheriff of Josephine Countv, Oregon.
Dated July 7, 11)05.
In T le Justice Court For Grants
Pass Justice District, Joseph ino
T. P Crau er Bud
George P. Cramer.
Partners ns Cramer
J. A. Stover,
To J. A. Stover, defendaut:
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required lo appear
and answer the complaint filul
against yen in the above entitled
action viithiu six we; kg from I lie
date of 1 ho first publication of this
summons, which lirst date of publi
cation is Joly 14, A. D, I1H15, and the
last date of publication thereof and
tho last dale for your answci or ap
pearance 18 August 25, A. D., 1!K)5, anil
you fuil to ko answer for want thereof
tho plaintiffs will take judgment
against yon in the sum of :ia. 20 and
for their cons and disbursements of
action, aud will at the mine time np
ply to the court for an order for the
Nile of any and all properly attached
in faid action, or iu case of tho at
tachment of mouey therein, that the
same he applied to tho payment md
satisfaction of faid judgment, princi
pal and costj.
Dated Julv 14. A. P., 1'.KI5.
T. P. CRAMER and GEORGE P.
Partners ns Cramer Dros., Plaintiffs.
NOTICE OP PINAL ACCOUNT.
The undersigned having filed his
final aecouut of tho administration of
the estnto of Agues K. Saw Tor, de
ceased, in the Couniy Court for Jose
phine County, Oregon, notice is here
by given to all persons concern I that
hearing of said a milt has h en si t
by said conn for Tuesday, Angust 1,
11105, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the Countv
Court room In. the Court House 111
Grants Pass, Oregon, and aH la rsons
interested are notified to lile their
objections thereto, if anv there he, mi
or before said nate. "Published iu
the Rogoe River Courier hy order of
Hon. ,1. O. Booth, County Judge.
Made Juno 211, lims.
P. W. SAWYER,
Executor of (aid tstaie.
NOTICE OK FINAL ACCOUNT.
The undersigned having filed his
final account of the administration of
the estate of Mariu S. Mtigooii, de
ceased, in the County Court for Jose
phine County, Oregon, notice is here
by given to all persons concerned that
hearing of said account has beeu set
hy said Court for Tuesday, August 1,
1W)5, at 10 o'clock li in. at the
touiity Court room iu the Court
House at Grants Pk, Oregon, and
all persons interested are notified to
file their objections thereto, if anv
there bo, on or before s;ild date. Pub
lished iu the Rogue River Courier bv
order of Hon. J. O. Booth, Countv
Judge. Made June 2U, 1SM)5.
F. W. SAWYER.
Executor of said estate.
American (iranite or any kind of