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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON, SEPTEMBER 8. 1905.
Ely's Cream Balm
Thla Remedy la a Specific,
Sure to Clve 8ntlfectlon.
OIVIS RILICF AT ONCI.
It cle&nwm, anothca, lirals, noil protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the. Head quicklv.
Koatores the Heiiae of Xante and Hindi.
Easy to uin. Contains no injurious dmift.
Applied into the notrilB and alworlied.
Large Kizn, M cent at DrnKtrisU or by
mail) Trial Size, ID ce-itB by mail.
ELY BROTHERS. 66 Vlnrnn St.. New York.
RICH STRIRE ON
Rock Found Similar to the
Phonollte of Cripple Creek
and Showa Good Value.
from Holland states
haa been made on
tbe Bolen JunotioD
to the Courier
that a big strike
the property of
Gold Mining &
WARD OFF DISEASE
Tt fnrtifvimr vour aysu-m with a reliable
tiou (rum It
C. FINDLEY, M. I).
Practice limited to
EYE, EAR. NOKE and THROAT,
and fitting of glasse.
Office hours 9 to 12; 2 to 6; and on ap
pointment. Telephones 2(11 and 77.
liBAHTS I'ASH, - - OMKOOH
(Jft H. DOUGLASS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUlt'iEON
Ofllce: I'lgnoy's rosldonoe, oor. (1th
and E streets.
Pbonea; Ofliuo 0.11 ; Keslilonce lO.U.
UHAMTII I'AMS, - OKKOON
1)R. ANNA R. DOUGLAS,
DIHEASEH OK WOMEN ANI
Olllce with Dr. (!. II. Iiouglua.
Phones : Ofllce H.'tl; Kiwiiloi") I0'1.
Hours : H::t0 to 11 A. M.
Obantk I'ams, - - OHKCION
J)R. P. M. LONG WELL
Treats nil Nervous and Spinal Dis
eases, Khuiiimttlamaiid Stomach Trim
bles. A specialty made of Kcmuli Dis
eases. Olllco: Coloiiiul Lodging 1 louse,
front room (Iranta 1'aBB, (Ht.
Milling Company. The development
work haa opened up a large vein of
phonollte, or clinkstone, that carries
sold value! well into the hundreds of
dollars, aome specimens going aa high
aa f.KX) per ton. Tbia phonolite for
mntion la the aame rock in which the
fabulously rich atrikea at Cripple
Creek were made and there ia every
likelihood that Bolen creek may yet
equal tbe famona Colorado district in
ita wealth of gold.
Tbe Bolen Junction Oold Mining
A Milling Company ia made up
largely of Portland men, principal ol
whom are A. W. Oilbert, C. E. I'latts
mid W. E Smith. Tbe proiertv ia at
the June Inn of Uolnu creek with
Huekei croea and eiteuive develop
ment ia made on it. So encouraged
are (lie men owning the mine with
ita (lne allowing that they expert in
the near future to erect a mill and to
operate their mine on au extensive
A Cold Settled in Mil Kldntyi
A. J. Jenneaao, D20I Butler Kt..
Chicago, writes: "I am a switchman
unrl AMI nnt in all kinds of of
weather. 1 took a cold which set
tied in my kldueya and I waa in bad
aliano I tried several adver n
remedies with no benellt, until 1
was recommended to try Foley's Kid
ney unr. j wo-liiiros 01 a imm
ured me." For sale by 11. A. Holer-
Henry Wallere buva chicken at
Physician and Dentist.
Kodak Courier Building.
M. Clement, I'reaeriiitinn Drutftrst.
A Oentleman'a smoke tbe Stage
An alcoholic stimulant
t rid i lie rcaa-
vvO w"l '
VOU l w I
TO PUT LANDS ON MARKET
Portland Paper Bays S. P.
Will Do So In Spring.
Willi ntniiinili nnd
tl'inl In good order
you can light the
battle of life auc
all odd. tioi.HK
Mkai. hoot 'till
drnti). In a famous
remedy for dyspep
sia, and g r K K n s
has a direct action
In promoting the
renewal ot me
blissl. Both of the are tiwd In lir.
I'lerco's (ii.lib-n Medical Iiovcry In
audi a wav. by skll'ful extraction, com
lunation and solution without alcohol,
thai their l-t eliecta are secured.
Many veara of actual practice con
vinced lir. 1'lcrcn of the value of many
native riH.tM as medicinal agents and he.
went to great euenc, both in time and
III Inolicv, to perfect hlso 11 peculiar pro
cesses for rendering them both elhcicnt
and afe for i tiuuoua use as tonic uud
The eiioriiioiia popularity of "(olden
.Medical Discovery " Is due L.th Ui Its
aelentilic compounding and to the actual
medicinal value of the ingredients. I he
publication of the mum Mif Iwmil
inln on the wrapie-r of every 1-itile
hereafter U Is! sold, gives full assur-
.. ti In, lie character and
removes all objection to the use of an
Tk. Ilrli.ln.l I ITTI P I IVFP
TKf .... is I ... . .1.1 I,,
kiV 1 0.1.J, iiim inn. "r 'J ."
VtUrit It. V. riene over 40 yeani
ago Mufh Imitated, hut never cuunicu.
I.illle pill. Little dose, lint give great re
sults III a curative wav In all derange
ments of Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Tommon Sense Medical Adviser" wilt
tie seuL free. '.japer-lHiund, Oir'.'l one-cent
stamp-, to pav tin t of mailing only.
or clolh-ls I for :il stamps. Address
In. il. V. i'lurce, tW Main Street, Buf
falo. N. Y.
a foolish plan 'CLASSIFIED ADS.
The Portland Journal of Monday,
"C. W. Eberleiu, land commia-
aioner of the Southern Pacific, rail
road, ia in Portland for a few days'
viait at the exposition, and to super
vise the placing of Oregon railroad
lands on the market. Mr. Eberlein's
department at San Francisco now haa
charge of the land matters of the
Oregon & California Railroad Com
pany, formerly under jarisdictlon of
George IL Andrewa of Portanld.
"It ia said tbe task of investigating
the titles of the several million acres
of land in the grant of the O. & C.
Columbia river to the northern
California line, ia proceeding rapidly.
"A vast amount of work haa been
doue by the force of attorueya here
under direction of W. C. Briatol, but
much more remaina to be done.
The company is exceedingly disirona
of placing the lauda on the market
while tbe immigration movement if
under way this year, but disputes re
garding the titles may not be satis
factorily adjusted In time to open tbe
sale before next spring."
HOUSES FOR RENT.
6-room modern cottage with bath,
excellent location fio w
7-room bouse, good barn ana
chicken bouse w
5 room cottage, 4 blocM irom
S-room cottage and barn on Front
street for w
2 store rooms.
W. L. Ireland, the Real Estate Man,
1)R. vS. J. SKATON
H lea m Tlalhs. Alcohol Hub. All ills-
oases treated. Hospital cam given to
all who wish It. Rheumatism cured In
its worst form. Advice free.
Opposite Court llouso. Hours 1) to il
(lllANTS l'AHH. OllMION
, D. NORTON.
Praollce In till Statu and Federal Courts.
Olllce 111 Opera Hoiino Building.
llHANTM l'AHH. OliKlHIN
Olllco over First National Hank,
(IkANTH l'AHH, - OkWION.
Poatal Cards (Courier
Wax Strings at
Qt II. CLEMlvNTS
AND A 1 1ST R tt'TOR
I'l aetiiH) In State and Federal t'ourts.
Olllce on tltb and t ' Htim-ls opposite
Court House, l'houo IlKII.
tlHANTS l'AHH, OmKH
AT I'll UN EY'-A I'-LA W,
Practices In till State and Keilei al t 'ourts
OIlU-o over Hair Rlddlo Hanlwiinil'o.
CHANTS l'AHH, OlIKOoH
J. H. AUSTIN,
KKHllY .... OiiKdON
Palace Barber Shop
BA'l FS WILLIAMS, ProiiH.
Sli;iinn, Hair Cutting
1 1 1 1 1 i I i' lit lid clean and a
work I irsl-l lass.
Fruit Cana and
Order aeala and rubUir stamps of
A. E. Voorhies.
For a e'ean bed and a good nii iil
try the Westell! Hotel.
The finest 'stock of nlckle plated
ware in town at Cramer Bros
Iteparing clothing for men, women
and ubllilreii. 1 1 H Moss street.
President Roosevelt in colors with
large mat, lo at the Music Store
And still I am insuring nnd selling
real estate at the old stand. J. 1'.
DON'T BUY UEAL ESTATE un
til vou have investigated VY. L.
Only a few of the colored stenopti
noil views left at tbe music store 'J'
cents per dozen while they last.
(io in Coron for Plumbing.
School Books at Clemens'.
Calling Cards Courier Building
Puiicr Napkins Courier Building
solendid lineal Koval ( barii-i Hal.
Itanges at Coron'i
hishing Tackle just tbe kind that
yon in ed at fiamcr Bros,
Rial Estiitu nnd Timber V, II
S 1 1 1 ii.iiii, Uiiiiius II and 10 Masonic
A number of OO(ll) HOUSES FdU
REN T bv W. L IRELAND, the Real
Estate man. llround tloor Courier
Ask your dealer for Rogue Rive
Cieai'icry Butter made at Medfurd i
now .'ill cents s r two-pound, siuar
lull wi Igbt.
A luge assortini'iit of colored
picluiis mounted riadv for banging
it in,' o -Jitc, a discount of 'J.- In 70
per cent. Musie Store.
Curtis A Co. foi Watches, Clocks,
Oohl lilns and .lewclrv, line watch
repairing, engraving, (ioods sold at
reasonable prices. Come and see us.
I. o. o. F. Building, liniiits Puss,
Placi r and iiiart, local ion notices,
mine deeds, leases, etc , at the
Coin e-r olllce.
Several families are coming
from Grants Pass to locate.
There, is a report hero that
Copper Stain mine, has beeu sold.
Several prospectors am hero frou
"alifornia. Some of them hsvs found
Apples are dropping off the trees
pretty bad on account of the dry ami
There ia it move to start a saw mill
on liriiiistone creea near l.ciano. n
tbe parties can purchase the timber
land they want, tbe mill will be put
'be place' miners are getting ready
to fix up for the winter as everybody
ia looking for an car'y winter. Tbe
black oak trees are loaded with
acorns, something unusual for that
kind of an oak to bear so heavy.
It Is quite smoky lit pres'iit, but
there are no forest Urea in this vicin
ity, as it is in dry people urn very
areful regaiding lin a. A good lain
would lie of In in lit to the rat ge for
it would shut the grass, though stock
is doing well at present.
1 lump checks, (lushed with the
soft glow of health and a pure com
plexiou, make all women beautiful
'lake a small dose of lleibine after
each meal, it wilt prevent consti
pation and Inlp digest what you have
eaten. ."iOc. Mrs. W'n. M. Stroud,
Midlothian, Texas, writes, May ill,
I '.ml : "We haw used llerhiue ill our
t it in 1 Ly for eight years, mid found it
the best un-dicinc we ever used for
consl i pal ion, lilious fever and
malaria." I'or sale bv Rotcrinuiid
and Model Drug Stole.
During the month of August the
local otliee oi the Southern Pacitlc
Company sold $:n;ixi worth of Lewis
and I'ltul, fair tickets. At tfs a ticket
this shows that l.'O persons went from
here to the lair at Borland during
the month just ended. Estimating
that each of those persons averaged
an expense of fin, then fIS.M'O was
taken troiu tiie city of Roseburg and
vicinity in August. Quadruple this
amount with what was taken from
the ciiy for the same purpose during
the mouths prior to August, together
with what will he spent during the
I test ut mm. ih and in October anil we
have a gr.ind total of f i'.'.IHUi W ill
the lieiu .lis to acinic to Rosotung
and vioiujiv t ituii the big fair make
up tor tins laic exodus of money.'
Flrat Hydraulic Mining.
The first bydraulio mining of which
there ia an authenito record was at
Yankee Jims, a planer camp in Placer
county, Cal., about three miles weat
of Foreat Hill. A ditch was dug
along the hillside and from this a
Hume was built ontward toward a
small ravine, where the mine bad
beeu opened. This flume was carried
out until it had reached a point 40
feet above the groand. Here the
water poured into a barrel, to the bot
tom of which was attached a hole or
pipe of rawide. The nozzle was a tin
pipe about 4 feet long and shaped like
an ordinary born, having an openiug
ni e inch in diameter at the end.
With this small and simple apparatus,
E. E. Mattisou, the inventor, soon
proved the superiority of his device
over shoveling, and the idea waa at
once adapted and quickly improved
and enlarged npon Mining and
Tt s Joy to eat I welcome tnv dinner hour;
Bccaiue I rout indigestion Wllh August Flowat
4Constipation is the result of indigestion,
biliousness, flatulency, loss of appetite
self-poisoning, anemia, emaciation, unt
mniA t,nrnl(iit in various oarts 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 oi lite useii.
"I'm hound in the bowels," is a com
mon expression of people who look mis
erable and are miserable yet who persist
in " letting nature take its course.
(What a foolish plan, when nature could
be aided by the use of Green's August
Flower, which is nature'sown remedy for
constipation and all stomach ills.
JAugust Flower gives new life to the
liver and insures healthy stools. a
Two sixes, 25c and 75c All druggists.
For Sale by Dr. J. C. Hmlih.
HOP PICKERS 150 Hop ricsers
wanted for September 1st. Appiy
or address Mrs. M. Ranzan, six
miles down Rogue River.
TWENTY-FIVE TEAMS To haul
inmher from Christie's mill on
Deer creek. Address H. E
Christie, Selma, or apply at mill.
Films Cturier Building.
FOR SALE 4x5 pony prenio camera.
Inquire of Oeo. P. Cramer.
REMINGTON Typewriter No. .6 for
.")0 cash or installmnets. see a. r..
FOR SALE 125 Columbia grapho
phone and 80 records. Will toll
cheap or trade for wood. Addreas
M, Courier office.
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding money
so think those who are sick.
when you have a cough, cold, aore
throat, or chest irritation, better act
promptly like W. C. Barber of Sand
Level, Va. Ho saya: "I had a ter
ribli chest trouble, caused by smoke
and coal dust ou mv lungs: but after
finding no relief in other rcme lea,
was cried by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds." Greatest sale of any cough
or lung medicine in the world. At
all druggists; (iOc and tl.OO; guarau
teed. Trial bottle free.
The Ashland schools owned last
Monday. The corps of ieachers num
brrs 20 and tliiilr names and assign
incuts are as follows :
High school building High school
department. Miss Suaie Holmes, Mise
Ada Merrill. Principal of gradea,
(). R Carlock ; seventh grade, Mias
Oertrudo Etiglu; sixth grade, Miss
Eva Storey ; fifth grace, Misa Jennie
Courtright; fourth grade, Misa Edua
Wells; third grade, Misa May Mulit ;
scoud g aile, Misa Mae Sutton; first
kraile, Miss Frances MeWilllauis ;
chart class, Miss Grace Garrett.
East School Princiial, O. W.
Mi lam; sixth grade, M iss 11a ."overs ;
liftb grade, Miss Clara Pole ; fontth
grade, Miss Dooia Will'ts; third
grade, Miss Olive Poll limd t second
grade, Miss Hattie Gleasou; first
grade, Miss Mary Foshay ;chart class,
Miss Ida Moizer.
Cured ol Lame Back After 15 Yeari of
"I bad been troubled with lame
back for 15 yeaia and I found a com
plete recovery in the use of Cbambei
Iain's l'a 111 Balm" saya John G.
Bisher, Gilliam, I ml. This liniment
Is also w illiout all tiual for sprains
and bruises. It is for sale by all
Rural Telephone at Kerbv
The Illinois Yalloy has the honor of
taking up the rural telephone more
than any other section or soutnern
Oregou. There are now 42 roral tele
phones couue.ted with the Keroy
central that are at farms and mines
in that section. The town of Kerby
also lias a complete system or tele
phones with which the rural lines
are connected, and all are connected
with the long distance lines of the
Paciflo States Telephone Company.
At Waldo there are a number of rural
telephone lines extending to mines in
that vicinity and to the Takilma
Chambcrialn'i Cough Remedy.
This is a medicine of great worth
and merit. Try it when yon nave a
oongb or cold and y. u are certain to
be pleased with the quick relief which
it affords. It is pleasant to take and
can alwavs be dopended npon. for
sale by all druggists.
Going to Honolulu.
T. M. Brickuian was in town this
week in the interest of the Portland
Journal which plans to send eight
young 'adies to Honolulu for a 30 days
viait, paying all expenaea of the trip.
Oregon has been divided into eight
districts and one lady will be sent
from each district. The contest Is
carried on by voting, each paid sub
scriptioo to tbe Portland Journal en
titling the subscriber to a certain
number of votes in proportion to th
length of his subscription, and each
Journal contains oue voting coupon
District No 8 includes Josephine,
Douglas, Coos, Curry, Jackson,
Klamath' aud Lake counties
Grants Pass has two candidates, Mias
Maude Baber and Mias Maud Berry.
This trip to the Hawaiian Isluuda is
one much to be desired by any young
lady, and it is hoped that the people
of Grants Pass will take a lively
interest in this contest and strive to
make this city the winner in the
COW FOR SALE. JerBey-Durbam,
soon fresh. Quiet aud fine milker,
John Summers, at S P. depot, or
rjsideuce head of Sixth street.
F'AKM FOR 8 A LE two miles from Mer
lin. 1H0 acres-sliout SO acres of good
liotUini.land, 25 acres 111 cultivation, small
house and barn and about 50 acres under
fence, balance of land suitable for orchard
or pasture. For further particulars ad
dress W. M. Crow, .Merlin, Oregon.
ACRE ranch, good prune and
apple orchard, small fruits in
abundance; water for lrjigation, besides
springs on every J acres; eenier 01 a ici
range counirv; iwo ubbihuk huu, .us
barn, every thing complete; well sheltered
from frosts, good mining markets, one
half mile north of Tunnel , price $2,AUU.
Inquire at this olhce.
THREE NICELY FURNISHED
man aud wife.
rooms for rent to
Inquire H02 2d uud
History of Mercury
Mercury or quicksilver has beeu
known to mankind from very early
time. No mention of It appears, how
ever, in the books of Moses or in tne
work's of the early Greek writers.
The earliest known reference is In the
writings of Theoplirastus (800 B. O.,)
who sDeaks of liquid silver or quick
silver. Dioscoridea refers to artificial
mercury as water silver; Pliny gave
it the name of hydrargyrum in con
tradiatinction to native mercury,
which is called argentum vivum
The name qoicksilver was nndonbt
edly suggested by tbe liquid form and
silver oolor of the metal, wnue mat
ofmtrcury was derived from the name
of the Greek god Mercury, probably
in allusion to the quickness and ease
with which it flows in any direotion.
In Its linnid and gaseons forms
mercury is poisonous, producing
salivation when taken either inter
nally through the lungs or stomach
or by absorption through the pores
of the akin. Mercury is not tarnished
by exposure to air, nor is it acted up-
ou by many gaaes; hence It is an in-
viluable aid to the cliemiat in the
collection and measurement or gases
which are soluble in or absorb
Cured ol Bright's Disease.
ivn A. Sherman. Lisbon Red
Mills, Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes
"I had kidney disease for many years
and had been treated by physicians
for 13 years; had taken a well known
kidnev medicine and other romedies
that were recommended but got no
rolief until I began using Foley's
Kidney Cure. Tne first half bottle
relieved me and four bottles have
cored mo cf thia terrible disease. Be
fore I begau taking Foley's Kidney
Cure I bad to make water about every
15 minutes, day aud night, and passed
brick-dust substance, and sometimes
slimy substance. I believe I would
have died if I had not taken Foley's
Kidney Cure." For sale by H. A.
Given Up to Die.
B. Spiegel, 1304 N. Virgin;.
Evansvillo, Iod., writes: "ForOT'
five years I was troubled with kid "
and bladder affections which .
me mu:h pain and worry, j,
fleab and was all run down, lna
year ago had to abandon work
tirely. I bad three of the bem t,h..i
clans who did me no good aud I .
practically given np to die. Fol.,
Kidney Cure was recommended 104
the first bottle gave me great relui
and after takiug the second bottl I
was entirely curea. - tor sale bt
H. A. Rotermnnd.
Cattle Revnch For Rent.
320 acres on Seven-Mile creek ,1,, i
five milea southwest from fun '
tuamatti, uregon. au fenced, liom.
large barn, ample water supply, u r- ':,
cnt about au ions wild bay. Add f "
with references, P. O. Box No. D2J, f '
Taooma, Washington. !
To Cure a Cold In One I),, U- -'
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QfJK I "
INE Tablets. All druggists refund
the money ot it fails to cure. E. -Grove's
signature is no each bix. 'j Q
STRAYED On August 18, uear Dry
Diggiuga mine, small brown nors
with part double harness ou. t'
reward for information leading to
recover of borBe. Leave word at
Dean & Dickison's stable.
FRANK BURNETT Upholstering,
mission furniture made to order.
W. II. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss.,
writes, Aug. 15, 11)02: "I want to
say a word of praise for Ballard's
Snow Liniment. I stepped ou a nail
which caused the cords in my leg to
contract aud an abccHS to rise in my
knee and tho doctor told me that I
would have a stiff leg, so oue day I
went to J. F. Lord's drug store
(who ia now in Denver, Col ) He
recommended a bottle of Snow liui
mcut; I got a 50c size, and it cured
my leg. It is the best liuiment in
the world. "
ABCESSES, with few exceptions,
are indicative of constipation or
dcbilit). They may however result
from blows or from foreigu hodiea in
troduced into the skin or flesh such as
splinters, thorns, etc. For sale by
Roterinnud and Model Drug Store.
BOARD OP EQUALIZA1I0N, f
The Board of Equalization for Jo&j. ;
phioe County, Oregon, will mestn'
the office of the County Clerk, Mou.
day, October 3, 11)05, at 1) o'clock A. i
M., and will remain in session each
successive day for oue week. Ail
parties interested are request-d toap.,.
pear and examine their assessments fttf
the year 11)04 and have all erron
correcteit 11 any mere be, as no cor
rections can ba made after the it
jourummit of said board. ;
W. II. TALLIN, f
Assessor of Josephine County. On
Grants Pass, Ore., Sept. 6, l'.mj.
Machinery For Sale.
A 15 H. P. Russell engine, a No.
4 ceutrifugal pump, 200 feel fi-incb.
double riveled pipe, 50 foet 5-inch
pine, KiO feet B-inch belting, making
In the County Court of the State c
Oregon, for the County of
In the matter of the I
C-u.uo of VVllllu.n I
Seifert, Deceased. J
To the unknown heirs of aud il
persons interested in the estate c
William Seifert, deceased, treetioj.
In the name of the State of Uregct V
you are hereby cited aud required tv
appear in tie Coouty Court of tL.
State of Oregon, for the Coouty t
Josephine, at the Court room thereo!
at Grants Pass in the lounty e '
Josephine, on Monday, the ninth di
complete irrigating, or pumpiug of Octobe-, 11)05, at 10 o'clock
nlant. Also a turbine waterwheel. 1 the forenoon ot that nay then it
no llcv and gears. All at a bargain. there to show cause, it any, whig
All kinds of machinery bought,
sold aud listed.
Grants Pass Iron & Steel Works.
AND AICIDINT INSURANCE
Accel Hil' II0111 llasin Laud Co..
Wjonniic. Anchor Wiiv I'eiice
II I. IIrlo 1,1s I'. .1 I leli
Reynolds & Lawtoo
Civil ami Mining
Ml'dlANIC I. I iK.M'r.i rrs
MKN AN1 sruVKYOK".
From nndar Orag-onUui,
Aufiiat IT, 108.
A press dispatch from Michigan of
August 211, says that Martin Heston
last year's captain and half-back of
the victorious Michigan football
eleven aud now engaged to coach
Drake University this fall, has re
oeived au offer to become a member of
the Cantou, O., independent team
this year. Canton offers Heston 500
a game. Huston, who is now in De
troit doea not deuy that the offer has
been made, but refuses to say whether
he will accept. Last fall after the
close of the Michigan season, he was
offered 11000 to play one game for an
Ohio eleven, but refused it thinking it
would jeopardise bis staudiug aa an
Heston was a star at Michigan for
four years and was twice uumed by
Eastern experta for the All-American
THREE JURORS CURED
Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Mr. G. W. Fowler of Hightower,
Ala , relates au experience be had
while serving ou a petit jury in a
murder case at Edwardsville, county
seat of Clebouine county, Alabama.
He saya: "While there I ate some
fresh meat aud some souse meat and
it gave me cholera morbus in a very
severe form. I was never more sick
in my life and sent to the drug store
for a certain cholera mixture but the
druggist sent me a bottle cf Chamber
lain's CoLc Cholera aud Diarrhoea
Remedy instead saying that he bad
what I sent for but that this medicine
was so much better he would rather
send it to me in the fix I was in. I
took oue dose of it uml was belter in
fivj minutes. Tho second dose cured
me entirely. Two fellow jurors were
altl cted in the same maimer uud one
25 cent bottle cured the three of us."
For sale by all druggists.
Every part ol the mucous membrane
oi the nose, throat, ears, bead and
Inngs, etc., are subjected to disease and
blight from neglected colds. Bal
lard's Horebouud Syrup is a pleasant
and effective remedy. 25o 60c $1.00.
W. Akendrick, Valley Mills, Texas,
writes: "I have used Ballard's
Horebouud Syrup for coughs and
throat troubles; it is a pleasant and
most effective remedy." Forsaliby
Rotermnnd and Model Drug Store.
order should cot be grantiM to Jen
X. Nelson, the administrator of It
estate of William Seifeit, dtceaftt.
to sell the real estate of the 11.1
deceased, at private sale, ronsiitib
of the north half of lots number-:
Five (5) and Six (ti) in Block tun
bered Thirty-three 0i3) ot the 0ii:
nal Town ot Grants Pass, Jusrliiit
County, State of Oregon.
Witness, the Hon. .). O. liooil
Judge of the County Court of ll
State of Oregou for the Ccouly 1!
Josephine with the seal of su id Cotr
alii xed, this Oth day of Sept., A. C
Attest: S. F. CHESHIRE
Haa Kiood Hie Test of Sin Years.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking. It ia iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No cure, no pay.
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GRANTS PASS. OREGC
The I'cpular Barber Shop
Get vour tniisoti.il oik tloiic
On Sixlli Stuct Tlnce ill
Rath Ivoom 111 colilieclion
Do Nut Be Imposed I' pun.
Foley Co.-, Chicago, origitiHtid
Honey and l it aa a throat and luug
remedy, and ou account of tbe gnat
merit and Hipularitv of Foley's lleuev
aud Tar manv iiiitatioua Hro offered
fur the geuuiue. Ak for Foley's
Honey aud Tar aud refuse any sub
atitule effort d aa no other preiurHtiou
will give the aaiue satisfacticu. It Is
mildly laxative It i-omaina no
opiate and is safest for children aud
d'lieate persona. Fo.- sale by II. A.
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B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4th Sts. P. 0. Box 273.
Employment office. Houses rented
No. 7ft 125 acres, all fen-ret 1, Wis at-res
rivet bottom, 7.r cultivtUetl, 10 to hop, 4
in lie? from railroad town, pood roads,
cc'iool, etc. A bargain at l.r an acre. Hup
crop will pay purchase price in two years.
If you. have a luiililitig
that you want moved,
raised or levelled tip,
call on or address
FARMERS FEED STABLl
J. E. KEIM.EY, Fkoik.
Last stable south on Sixth street,
lioom under cover for lull horses a
40 wagons. Box stalls. Corral! I it
Duly the best hay, clean grain a-i:
ullulla leu. Kollcu barley and oil .
J'o disoasod horses allowed. I'l
niiiiiing water, and trough clear i
W uititig room and toilet room w hi.i
ladies can leave wraps and amic.
I'riivs rt-asonahlc uud best cure git ;
Wood Working Shop.
est of flour mill, near R. R. track
liirning. Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand
sawmg.t aluiiut Work, Wood l ullevs, Saw
e ilintr nn.l KUiiiiiiink', liepairmg all kinds
DO YOU WANT
O.O. LUND WILL GIVE
5 PER CENT DISCOUNT
PRICES FOR WOOD
' ON ALL CASH ORDERS
NO HOOK ACCOTNTS
FOR V OOD SOLD
AFTER AUGUST 1ST.
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Bet Mill and Moss sfs, west of Gilbert tret i
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snly coll. mtbcilicd to 1m.Ii Or.f
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Thla cou-.in anil mull to ua with
yo-ir n.i-ne and ailjrss. an.l wa
ftl'l -ir!,a .hi trw post en M our
hunls,.n,e III 'Slmli1 catalog; and
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OlUEl BVBIXSSI C-ilOl
-J7 V.M.C.A. ej., Portland, Ortton
I have a modern ') room
house including pantry and
bath, on sewer line, close in,
porch Sx..S, small payment in
cash or property. Also 4
room box house, same terms.
Sixth and L streets.
Team and vagcn for sale.
J. D. DRAKE.
Phone 4S4. Grants Pass, Ore.
E. A. WADE
Front Street, west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, ORE
We will pay One Hundred ,
Dollars reward for information i
leading to the arrest an.l con-
viction ol anv person breaking. ?
shooting or throwing at
Insulators on our
Condor Water & Poie
for cMlrfrani aofa, nr Jl opt
MATvULi: AND GRANITE AV01.lv
J. If. I'AllDOrK, I'mprletor.
I sin pn pared to fuinii-b anyiliing in the line ol Cemeterv work in any i '
of Maihln nr liraniip
NVarli thirty jpars of ciprifni-w in the Marblt business warrants my "''
1 lit I can till vour onlns in the very twst manner. i
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American 'jranite or am kin11 '
work in Scotch,
Front atieet, nest to Greene's liniiahop.
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Dr. Scliui'ler's Alterative k Xeosannuis dues
of all kinds at the
All Female Disorders, no matter if given up by your
I physician. For sale by
To Cure a Cold in One Dav
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine tm&s. jg A
mrttontaiimomht. This signature, xTXVrirt box.2X.