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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, NOVEMBER 3, 1905.
,!. C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Praotloe limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
and fitting of s; lasses.
Offloe hours 9 to 12; 2 to S; and on ap
pointment, Telephone 261 and 77.
Gsahts Pahs, - - Okioox
RS. DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS,
a. b. noruus
AUK U. DOUGLAS, M.D
Illnesses of Women
Cor. Sixth and E streets.
- T8 Pass,
J)R. R. C. KELSEY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Conklin building, North.Slitth Street,
OtHoe phone 10U3; rat. phone 607
Obamth Paimi, . OkkuijN.
J)R. W. F. KREMER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Courier ISulldln?.
OHh phone HI I, residence 4KI.
Eyea tested and glasses fitted.
Gkanth Pahm, ... Okkoon.
flARL V. INGKLS
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST.
A!l work guaranteed accurate and ro-
C -n.T opo. P. O. I'hone 1003.
II, D. NORTON,
ATTOR N E Y-AT-L A W,
Practice Id all Stutoand Federal Courts.
Ullice In Opera Houho building.
Gbants Fash, Ohkuon
V. C. HALE
Oflloe over First Nutiunul Hunk,
Jrants Pahs, ... Okkoon.
(j II. CLEMENTS
ATTORN EY-AT- LA W
Practice in State and Federal Courts.
Office on Utli and C tttreots oppoHlte
(Jourt J louse, t'imne llll.
Ubamth Pahh, OlIKOON
A. C HOUGH,
Praetiues in all Stale and Federal Courts
Onlue over Hair Riddle UurdwareCo.
J. II. AUSTIN,
JISS MAHYS. PARKER.
Cor. 0th. and 0. St. I'houoiM. U.w. 4(17
Chants Pahh - . Okkoon.
Palace Barber Shop
BATES & WILLIAMS, Propra.
ShaviiiR, Hair Cutting
F. verylhliig nest and cloun and a
J. E. PETERSON
."'ir, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
llijf Horn lliisln Land Co.,
Anchor Wire Fence.
.1 I. ItaymiltU
II. J. l.s Inn
Reynolds S Lawton
Civil and Mining
MEN AND SURVEYORS.
N. li Mc(iKi:W,
TRUCK and DEUVERV
Furniture and I'lmio
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
The I'opular Barber Shop
Get your tonsotial wink done
IK A TOMPKINS
On Sixth Stuct Tlitce eh.n
Hath Room in comnvlinii
New Feed Store
Urania Pass is to have another feed
store the fourth to handle feed el
clueivclv In the city while there arc
five oilier linos that handle feed as n
Sideline. This new feed store will lie
opeuetl next week hy F. V. Schll
hotu iu tho uew brick block just com
pleled by Claus Schmidt on South
Sutli street uear J street. This store
room is 2,-nlOO f,.,. mid is one of Hie
best locations iu the rity for a fend
Mr. Kohallhoru will carry a full
liue of all kinds of hay and graiu and
all of the best quality niid to tie sold
at the lowest prices imsaihle. Mr
Scballhoru is well known iu Grants
Pass as au energetic business mail anil
will be sure to make a aiiccee of Ins
"I lhank tht Lord '
cried lanni.h Plant, of Little Rock,
Ark., "for the relief I got from Ruck
leu's Arnica Salve. ll cured lev
feaiful running sores, which untliing
else would heal, aud from which 1
bd anffered for live years" It is a
marvelous healer for cuts, herns and
wouuiis. Uuarauteed at all
rV r? a'1)
I ill 1 .o'.,"1"1,;""'"""Uu"i"".j
Simla il, Imams i ,,.. (t
Mi IMiulli.-a. ifi,n. 1...
lief. lr. Wllilsm. in.li.iiP.i. . ...
Dient la praml lot I'omisn,! ,,.H
Inf l lbs private pun. K.Trry li, i.
SlPt Of prl.-C AS ilTDtS ami SLOW. HSU I I.MC
aUIUf MTUfllBS CO.. ri. cur. Vw
FOR A FARMER TRUS
Eastern Farmtri Have Caught
the Trual Spirit.
Report! have leaked oot that
movement of an organization of far
mora in oloe alliance with trades
nnioni and for the purpose of con
trolling prices or agrlooltnral pro
dacta is sweeping through the
country. It is said that the cry for
combination between the tillers
the soli and the working claises of
great cities, aiming to eliminate the
profit of the commission men aud
speculators and railroads, that are
reputed to wax fat in the transfer of
grain, vegetables and dairy products
from the farm to the oitiea, is loud in
Thero is a project on foot amonR
Wisconsin farmers, who are uniting
in country organizations nnder the
name of the American Society
Equity, to send representatives to the
cotniup convention of the American
Federation of Labor in November
and seek affiliation. Those who have
been through the state say that the
organization idea has taken hold of
tho formers all over the state. Re
ports from western states say that
stops to organize have been taken
The farmers of Wisconsin believe
that if they ran peifect a great
national union they can get command
of the situation by cutting off all
shipments of breadstuff's and other
products for a period of 17 days. The
gn-atcHt enthusiasm prevails about
Madison and Elioy, but it is spread
ing to the rest of the slate. Tills
American Society of Equity is not
entirely new but it is just beginning
to take hold of the people. They are
being taught to believe that by ecu
trnllzing control of the food supplies
of tho laud they can command better
rates from the railroads and destroy
the middlemen, who now map rlc
harvests from tne labor of the pro
uucers. ine society is working on
the socialistic theory that there is no
need foi workers to enrich the idle
class that exploits the less onnniiig
classes. Oraud Rapids Tribune.
Propriety of Dancing Questioned
Editor Courier Kindly allow me to
ask a few qnestious aud make a few
suggestions on the subject of dancing.
Are the social gatherings called
dances, a detriment or a benefit
society? If I ha former bo true lot us
discourage young people in attending
them. If the latter be true let os en
courage them. This is quite an 1 111
portnnt question to some of us who
live iu rural districts where diinoing
Is about the only means of social
intercourse for our young people that
is absolutely necessary for the health
We will not discuss the subject
from a religious IKiint of view but
from moral aud educational stand
points. The old adage that "Even
tree Is known hy its fruit" will cer
til in ly bold good in this ease. We
have seen much bad fruit growing oil
the dancing tree, hut not one specimen
of good. The writer spent the early
part of his life at school teaching in
the middle aud western states, and we
found Invariably In district! where
dancing was encouraged that a low
state of morals and mentality existed.
Furthermore, when a dance occurred
ill tho vicinity, tho school week in
which the dauco occurred wnnhnost
an euliie failure in spite of .our hard
est efforts. Poor recitations, hard to
govern, bad language on the play
ground were some of the results of
nitlng fruit from the dancing tree.
Wn think that if parents would notice
closely they will see that it has a
similar tlToot on the houie circle
Now why do school olllcers and
parents who profess to believe in
nmr.ih ami education encourage dune
ing when it is ill direct opposition to
both? If we take the pleasure of the
social ilancn away from our young
tolka what have we to offer them Iu
exchange? The modern church
gatherings are quite otten hut very
lilt le hot tor. Some one suggested the
library society. I have bad some
little eHrience in that Hue of work
and the way in which they nrv goner
ally conducted In couulrv districts es
pecially where the rough element
lias the to controlling power, they
are soiiiciiincA worse than a dance
We intended a church social not long
ago. It seemed to he a union between
the church and dancing element. 'Hie
exeici-.es were good, but the crowning
feature of the evening was a hex su)i
per. The boxes were to he sold at
auction, (lie proceeds, I Mastoid
Wi re to tMi to the pteacher In charge
the Dual results of the whole atTatr
where that they all had a good time
I he ilniicing element ot to clap their
hands, vthilethe church people pock-
eted the money. While vie do not
condemn church socials or literary
work, w do not think either Mould
Mipplv the place ot ths dance.
I'lie writer Has invited to a dance
recently and accepted the invitation.
i'levimis to the exercises we asked
permit of the manager to talk to the
young N'oio, which he kindly grain
ed. We tried to show toein some of
the had etlccls of the dance on their
minds and morals to which they
listened to very attentively ami
treated us with more repsect and
oourtesy, with but one or two excep
tions, than we perhais would have
received at any of the so called reli
gious meet tugs, bad wo opposed auv
f their peculiar theories.
I have simply made a statement ol
the problem, without offering any
Milution but will leave that tor some
if our vt imi social and religious refni-
incrs hoping mat these few remarks
nay call forth au earnest thought lu
ehalt of our young people,
i N. 11.
I svortd by Ruth Ptrtwi.
Ripuhlieaua and Hemocrat alike
praise Foley's llotiev aud Tar for
ooukIis, ci lils and all tluoitt sod lung
d s uses. . no 01 her reiin dv cn ,-oi.
tiers wl'll I:. It 1. Mfe mil iihk K
r. S aler, nieichsiii. 171 Maine Si .
Illouee.ii r. Mas., writes: Koh.v'.
Hn.irv and Tar cured me of a verx
h.d cough which 1 had (, ,i,,L
110 nil s lU. .ugh other remedies fail, d
o bent hi inn. I ran hwlilr
meuJ it for ooughs aud colds."
There is to-day a crying need of a re
formation In the treatment of the body.
The basis of this reformation is to he
found In the thesis of Dr. R. V. Pierce:
" Diseases which originate Id the stomach
must be cured through the stomach."
In the forty odd years of Dr. Pierre's
experience as cmei
cian to the Inva
lids' Hotel and
In Buffalo, N. Y.,
he lias treated more
than half a million
people with a re
cord of ninety-eight
held "h Dr. I'lrrra .ti
that the stomach Is f-M
me cniei breeding
place of disease, is
out by the success
of his treatment
which Is addressed
primarily to the
suimach and other
organs of digestion
No other medi
cine acts so power
fully and as perfectly
on the stomach and
other organs of digestion aud nutrition,
as Dr. Pieree's Golden Medical Discovery.
Men and women aflllcted with shortness
of breath, heart disease, suffocation, diz
ziness, spot before tiie eyes, "liver pains,"
and similar ailments have been iiromiitly
and Mirfectly cured hy the use of " I , olden
Miss I.iTllls n.inlns, Curstnr Natural His
tory Hociely, of Lewswee Hi reel. Wet.
Lansing. Mli-h.. writ! "I suffered with
chronic dysiietsila for nearly seTim yesrs,
snd this raue me to nr.ni very thin sua
pals, at the same time my lilissl tsicauie poor
and 1 was so nervous and uiiNtruuir that I
was unlit to attend to my dally duties. Heart
was also affected and fluttered at the least
excitement. I spent s lot of money d's:tor
1ns and found no relief, until 1 took l)r.
Pierce's liolden Mwtleal Ulseuvery. It cer
tainly Is a wonderful medli-lne. It toned up
my sumiacli and I began to have a splendid
appetite: had no trouol,, with my dlifesilon.
and 1 ts-iran u plrk up and ct strung; soon
new. rli h lilood llowed In my velun, and I
onee more felt the beauty anil Joy of life. 1
have now enjoyed perfect health for a year,
thanks to Ur. 1'ltirce's Gulden WwJIcal Uls
euvery." Man ley Rexford took a load
baled hay to Grants Pass, Friday.
The weather has been quite nice
for the past week, only two frost
W. 8. Hal ley and son Victor were
visitors at Grants Pass Friday on
W. 13. York lias brought his oattle
iu from the Gray hack mountains.
The snow is over a foot deep up there
Grandma Kubli had the misfortune
of fracturing one of the bones in her
baud by slipping on a board. We
all hope that it will soon get well.
K. J. Kubli has been hauling in
boards this week from Mr. Simon's
place on Grays creek near Murphy.
Ha is going to cover his baru with
The farmers of Missouri Flat will
begin to put in their fall grain this
week. It has not raiued enough yet
to plow the spriug sowu ground, but
they can put iu all tho corn ground.
The farmers that raiso I sorghum
on Missouri F'lut have all their cane
made up, having got through Frlihiy.
More of the farmers bore should raise
sorghum as there is a largo prollt Id
Lester Davisdou, who has been
spending the summer here aud on
Williams Creek, has returned to his
homo in Jacksonville, where lie is
going to atleud tho high school this
Riuliton & lluuigardiier have thir
mill nearly ready to run. An engine
was received from Portland this week
for power puijsises. Geo. Meek
is doing the rarneiiter work.
it does not take much work to get
one of these mills ready to run us
there is hardly any grading to be
done for the foundation
Wo are badly in need of a mail
route iHitweeu Davidson and Murnhr,
there are 14 families along the liue
here that have to go from one-half to
miles distance for Iheir nisi I
If a person wauti to send a letter
away they have to lose a little time
to go to an ollice to mail it. which
counts a good deal to tho farmers iu
the busy esoii. Montmorency.
Is otten as great as woman's IW
l'lns. S Austin, Manauer of the
Republican," of Leavenworth, Iml.
w is not unreasonable, when be re
fused to allow the doctors to ois.rale
on his wife, for female troubie, "In
stead," he says, "we concluded to irr
Electrio Hitters.. My wife was then
sick she could hardly Wv Imr
'ci!, and live iihysicians lis, I tailed m
relieve her. Alter taking Electric
Hitters, she was iiertcotlv cured, and
an now perform all the hotisohohi
duties. " Guaranteed by all drrg
gists, price fi(K
Mtn Put Sixty n Uiiyntr
More than half of mankind over I'll
urs of age sillier fioin kiduev and
bladder disorders, usually eugliiigu
input of prostate gland. This is both
painful and daimerous. and K.. !..'.
Kidney I'ure should he taken at tne
tl si sin n of datiir.r. as it corrects'
irregularities ami has cured nianv old
n of this disease. Mr. Kmloer
Huruett, Rock Port. Mo., writes: "1
sintered will, enlarged prostate g land
and kidney trouble for years anil after
akiug two hollies of Foley's Kiduev
ure I feel better than 1 have for 20
ears although I am now ll years
Id." For sain bv II A H.ilerin.,,,,1
lW. I'll I It"- .
Yl I "Wises
W. B. SHERMAN
Heal EsUxiv and Timber
ROOMS 10 tV 12, MASONIC TEMPLE
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
- XXX. C. Z. XX. Column
AU matter for this column Is supplied
by the Ursnts Pass Woman's Christian
(Continued from last week.)
Thursday morning, October Sth, at
8 :30 davotioos wore condncted by Mrs.
Annie Kewall who read an excellent
paper on "What Constitutes a Model
In the secretary's report special
mention was made of the good work
done by the Grants Pass Young Peo
ple's Christian Temperaoce Union.
The state paper, The White Ribbon
Review, was discussed at length and
declared in gord condition and oot of
debt. State headquarters were also
jiscussed aud declared should be
maintained, pledges being given for
the same The lecture bureau work
was heartily recommended. New
members were added to standing com
mittees among which was Mrs. Wade
of Grants Pass to finance committee.
Parliamentary law was a feature of
the morning session which closed
witli noontide prayer. In the after
noon memorial service for deceased
members was led by Mrs. L. A. P.
White, first leader of Oregon ap
pointed by National W. C. T. U.
The state president's recommendations
were so concise and to the poiut they
were adopted in full. The thank
offering was an impression eervlci led
by Mrs. B. C. Tabor of The Dalles
Union. A Bible lesson on our
duty and privilege of giving tangible
offerings to God, was followed by a
presentation of ahont fiO in cash.
Mr. Emerick, editor of The Pacific
Searchlight, led the disenssiou of en
forcement of law.
The report of the state superinten
dent of S. S. work was interesting
aud suggestive. In opening the ses
sion on the evening of tho 5th the
president stated that Marion, Multuo
mah and Linn counties which in
other yiars had won banner honors
had this year been outdone by Jose
phine county, Grunts Pass union aud
the Y'a having increased their mem
bership by the addition of 110 names
thus entitling them to the individual
life membership prizo and a share iu
the receipts of benefit night. (By the
way life memberships are considered
the most lovely bouquet to give as a
tribute of honor.) Mrs. Add i ton, state
president, Mrs. J. M. Donaldson, pre
sident of Alblna union and Mrs.
Henrietta Brown and Mrs. S. E.
Peake, state superintendent of flower
mission, wero recipients of life
The page was then asked to conduct
to the platform the three Giants Puss
delegates, Mesdanies Ixinghridge, lieu
klo aud Wade, who were each nlicd
for an impromptu adilrers stating some
of our methods of work. Mrs. Lougli
ridge gave a pleasing incident of one
of our Y boys, which was receive
The amount awarded ns as the
banner union of tho stnte was i'..l:i
for our local treasury. The life un til
bership to be giveu by vote of our
u u ion.
Many beautiful boquets of compli
tuentg wero ex (ended to our union for
petition work. Presswork. prompt ro
On consultation wn pledged for
uuiou, for slate headquarters fiOo pe
month, state paper S, Bin) nu effort
to get individual subscribers. Siu(e
minutes, )2; thank offering, fl.
tel. I.. ...
me last uay or ine coi venliou was
devoted to discussing plans for the
coming year and to t e election of
olllcers resulting iu the unanimous re
election of the general olllcers, presl
(tent, secretary aud treasurer. Mrs.
Annie Newull was choseu by Mrs. Ad
dition as vite-preaidnut at large mid
received the unanimous endorsement
of the convention. Mrs. Ida Marstcrs
of Roseburg is still recording seen
tary. Two state superluteudcnls were
selected from Grants Puss Mrs. Hen
tie, superintendent of the Y depart
" t and Mrs. L.W. Hood press ilep't
"Uod lie with You Till Wo M
.... i .. i ,
iKnni, was sung lythe congrcga
tinn,' closing prayer offered by Stale
r.ovungeimt Mrs. Newell and the 2:1.1
annual meeting of the W. ('. T. V
aiijouineil with bright prospects for
the coming year and gratitude f
success iu estahrsliinif heudoimri.
in the booth at the fair, the two rl.irs
eoufereuce iu. June and the W. (' T.
IT ..... n.
"'iy at mo lemiierance congress
and finally the annual convention
t'raise t.od from Whom All Hl,.s
nigs Flow. "
Countciftitini, the Genuine
roicy ,v I'o. . I'h i-auo. orinin.ii.M
Hum y and Tar as a throat ami lung
remedy, ami on account of the gnat
mem nun 10 iniaritv or I- 1 .
tiouey ami lar many imitat innn r,
ouereu lor the genuine. Ask lot
roiey s tionev ami lar ami refuse iinv
institute offered as no other repara
tion will give the same satisfaction,
11 is mi 111 ty laxative. It contains no
opiates anil is safest for children anil
delicate persons. For sale bv H. A
GOOD for OLD and YOUNC
August Flower keeps the children healthy and
Pull of viKor and frolic the whole day tony,
6o when Maoiuia needs more they rush off la
And bTiout to the druggist:
" Please give It to
(Ilnability to get up brisk and fresh in
the morning, lack of appetite, pallor,
muddy complexion and poor spirits
these all indicate a disordered stomach
anil bad digestion in adultsand children,
too. They also indicate the urgent need
of taking Green's August Flower regu
larly for a few davs.
tjlt:9 a reliable ol( remedy for all stomach
troubles, never fails to cure indigestion,
dyspciisia and chronic constipatyjn. and
is a natural tonic for body and mind, n
JTwo sizes, 25c and 75c. All druggists.
kor Hale hy Dr. J. C. Hinlib.
Physician and Dentist.
Kodaks Courier Building.
F'rnit Paper Courier ollice.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druigist.
A Gentleman's smoke the Stage
Souvenir Postal Cards Courier
Sansave Grinders and stufTers at
Order seals aud rubber stamps of
A. h.. Voorhies.
F'or a e'eau bed and a good meal
try the Western Hotel.
Keparing clothing for men, women
and children. 11H Moss street
Pumpkins Pies at the Hallowe'en
social W. O. W. hall, Monday
President Roosevelt iu colors with
large mat, 10c at the Music Store.
Branch will mate your pictures
for money or auvthiug he can use.
Second hand cook stoves and heaters
cheap. Moore's second hand Btore.
For a good time on Hallowe'en
eve, be sure to go to the W. O. rt.
Aud still I am insuring and selling
real estate at the old staud. J. E.
When others fail consult Dr. Goblo.
He makes the right glasses at the
(in to Coron lor Plumbing.
Calling Cards Courier Building.
Paper Napkins Courier Building.
Underwood Typewriter agent. A.
Universal Food choppers, all sizes
at Cramer Bri s.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron '1
Wo have kraot cutters und Stone
Jars at Cramer Bros.
Real Estate and Timber W. B.
Sherman, Rooms U and 10 Masonic
A large assortment of colored
pictuies moiiiited ready for hanging
at loo to 2(c, a discount of 25 to 70
per cent. Music Store.
Curtis & Co. fm Watches, Clocks,
Gold Rings and Jewelry, flue watch
repairing, engraving. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Come and see us.
I. O. O. F. Building, Grants Pass,
A young man can earn his living
expenses in Portland while studv
ing at the Holmes Business College
For particulars, address the Princi
pal, Holmes Business Colb'ge, 25-37
Y. M. C. A. Building, Portland, Or.
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Hopman to Try Dairying.
Thomas Lewman, the enterprising
news hustler at Provolt and one of
the beat writers on the Courier'! corps
of county correspondents, was in
GranU Pass Tuesday to sell a
quantity of hay which be readily dis
posed of at f 10 per ton.
Mr. Lewman and -bil fat In r have a
large bay farm on the Applegste near
Provolt. While many of their neigh
bors have taken op hop growing they
have continued in the bay business
finding that more profitable than hops
in a five or 10 year period. Mr.
Lewman stated that a number of the
Applegate farmers would add dairy
ing to their farm work next spring,
as there was a better profit in butter
than in hops or hay and dairying did
not deplete the soil as was done in
shipping hay and hops.
Son Loft Mother.
"Consumption runs in our family,
and throogh it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid, of Harmony. Me.
"F'or the past five years, however, on.
the slightest sign of a rough or cold,
have taken Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, which has saved me
from serious lung trouble." His
mother's death was a sad loss for Mr.
Reid, but he learued that lung
trouble must not be neglected, and
how to cure it. Quickest relief and
cure for conghs and colds. Price
50c and fl.00; guaranteed at all drag
stores. Trial bottles free.
The Hicks Almanac for 1906.
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac
will not be published for I IKK!, but his
Monthly Journal, Word and Works
has been changed into a large and
costly Magazine, and it will contain
his storm and weather forecasts and
other astronomical features complete.
The November number, now ready,
contains the forecasts from January
to June, lOOti. The January number ,
ready December 20th will coutain the
forecasts, from July to December,
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taining the Rev. Irl R. Hicks fore
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Works Publishing Company, 2201
Locust Street, St Louis, Mo.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the
cough and heals the lungs. Prevents
pneumonia and will cure incipient
consumption. Contains no opiates
and is safest for children. Ask for
Foley's Honey and Tar aud iusist up.
on having it. Stops the cough and
lieals the lungs. For sale by H.
Native to the soil and climate
make the healthiest and best
Eight miles from Grants Pass, in
Applegate Valley, All home grown
trees, true to name, free from dis
ease, strong and vigorous growth.
5.(100 Spitzenburgs, all whole root,
ciowii grafts, trees Vi to 42 feet
high. $S per 1,000; 4, to 6 feet,
$70 per 1.000.
Twenty-6 ve other varieties to
select from at reasonable prices.
Trees carefully dug and packed
and shipments made to any point
J. H. ROBINSON,
Wildcrville. - Oregon.
F. G. ROPER
Harmon Block, Upstairs
South Sixth Street
Suits made to Order
UK ST MATKHIAl. AN
IX TIIK LATEST STYI.K
Cleaning and Repairing
IX FIUST.CI.ASS SHAl'K
AMI SPITS MADK To
LOOK Ll KK X K W
A Trial it Asked and Prico Are Right
COLD, WET WEATHER
Reminds All That
Dry Wood is Wanted !
The liont of seasoned Oak. Luurel,
Fir, Pine and Munzuuita wood de
livered promptly to all parte of the
city ut reasonable prices. Five
loads of kindling for $1.U0; loss
quantity ut l5o per load. Mill
blocks. $1.75 per load. Place yur
orders now and select from 2,iioo
cords of good wood.
O. O. LUND
Bt Mill and Mom $U. wjf of Gilbert crttk
FARMERS FEED STABLl
J E. KKKI.F.Y, WR.
Ust stable south on Sixth street
Kouui under cover for lftO horW
: 4U wairoti).
sUlla. I'orrull hi
I looe sun-It
' .if'Tflf )h1 UT,' hV d,,an
ley and otl .v
Xo diseased horetNi
running water, and
allowed. Pi ,.,
trough clear ;
W aituir room and toUet room whtu
retainable and beat car giytll
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh am!
drives away a Cold In tlci Head quickly.
Restores the Souses of Taste end Knc.ll.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into the nostrils an 1 absorbed.
Large Size, f.O cents ut DrthrgNu or by
mail: Trial Suo, 10 ce l y 1 mil.
ELY BROTHERS, 66 lVj.-r.-n C!., New York.
Machinery For Sale.
A 15 H. P. Russell engine, a No.
4 centrifugal pump, 200 feet fi-inch,
double riveted pipe, 50 feet 5-inch
pipe, 1110 feet 6-inch belting, making
a complete irrigating, or pumping
plant. Also a turbine waterwlieel.
pulley and'gears. All at a bargain.
All kinds of machinery bought,
sold and listed.
Grants Pass Iron & Steel Works.
Post Cards Tablets 2 cards ou
tablet, 6c Music store.
There is n HKST
It must he MEST
MA UK, EAHIF.ST
USED, MOST KF
S I M I' L F.. Hv
son in actual
Has proved it . has these points in
its favor. Thut'a- what put, it away
nhee.d of all other separators
That's why I sell it. lict hold of
facts. V nte to
Rogue River Creamery,
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turning, Scroll Work. Stair Work, l!nU
cawing. niiinei nors, MOoil I'llllevs, .au
Filing and gumming, ltepairing all kinds
E. A. WADE
Front Street, west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS'.. ORE,
B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4th Sit, P.O. Box 273..
Employment office. Houses rented
No. 7.-1 1T aeri.M all r...w.A.l lirf. a
river bottom, 7.ri cultivated. Hi to Imps, 4
miles trim, ruilr..u.l .... , - i
. ............ .on, ,, 11,1 lll,,
school, etc. A i.arpiiii at an acre. Hop
crop will pay pun base price in two years.
Own Your Own Home
I have a modern "i-rootn
house including pantry and
bath, on sewer line, cloe iu,
porch 8x2S; small payment iti
cash or property. Also 4
room box house, same terms,
Sixth and I. streets.
Team and wagen for sale.
J. D. DRAKE.
Phone 4S4. Grants Pass, Ore.
A R D
We will pay One Hundred
Dollars reward for information
leading to the arrest and con
viction ol any person breaking,
shooting or throwing at the
Insulators on our Electric
Condor Water & Power
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.MAUIlLi: AND GliANITE AVOIIKS
J. B. IMItllOCK, IToprlelor.
Ot M.?C;ePo7urri '"r,""h ny""n iB
Nearlv thirtv rn n
that 1 can fill Tr order. ,n ".'t., iiTi h
work in Scotch, Swede
Front street, next to Greene's Gunshop.
"rugs or alcoholi,
conroctl, na nr. i. .
nt a..., .
- nmu into
vneu nyoniei it
rsreatneu tnrono 1 11,0 ...
trates to the most
' Hyomei 'pene.
note and throat, and thD kills th
catarrhal germs, Oieals the jrrit J
mucous membrane, and giTe,
pleto and permanent enre.
Hyomei is the simplest, most pl.
ant and the only guaranteed cate fl
catarrh that has been difco,
Complete outfit, fl.00; extra bmii
For suie by II. A
Typewriter supplies, ribbons,
etc., at the Courier oilice '
Chamberlain's Coueh RRmpri.
Cure. Cold. Croup and Whooping CoU,
Iu The County Court of the State nf
Oregon, for The Conuty of
Iu the matter of the )
Ketate of William I
Scifi rt, Deceused. I
otice is hereby Rlven that in nor
snntice of an order of the Count.
Court of the County of Josephine MJ
State of Oretton, made ou tho lltli d
of October, 111(15, iu the matter of ,
Lstate of William Seifert, deceaiti
the untlcrBiKiied, the adiniiiiBtrtor
of lite eaid estate will sell at privatenals
for cash and subject to tlieoculiiuiation
hv said County Court, ou and after
Monday, the llltb day of November W05
in Grants Puns, Couuty of Josephine
Suite of On goo, all the ritiht, titlf'
interest, mid i sfato of the said Will'
lam Seifert at the time of his t'eah
and u 1 1 the ritiht, title and interest
that the estate, by operatiou of law ot
othi rwifB acquired, other than or In
addition to thut of ; lie said William
Seiteitnt the time of his death, in
and to that certain piece ami par-el
of land described lis follows: flu
lKuth half of lots numbered Five (01
and Six (IS) iu iilo, h numbered
lhirty-thrce Ci:i of tho ' iriftinal
Town of OrautB Pai-s, Josephine
Dated thisllith dav of October, 1905,
JOSK X. NELSON,
Marous W. Kobhiim,
Attorney for Estate.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of the State of Ore-
izr.n for tho County of Josephine.
In thef inattcr of the I
Est life of Jonas )
Smith, decciiHcd. J
Notice is hereby uiveu that the on
dersigiicd is appointed arlm i ni xtiator
ef the estate of Jonas Smith, de
ceased, by the County Ci n.-t of t lie
State o? Oregon for the County of
Josephine and that all persons having
claims uuniiist said estate are tiotifltd
to present the same, duly v rilled to
said administrator, at the olliie of
Marcns W. ltohbins, iittormy at law,
Grants Pass, Oregon, 011 or before six
months from the date of the hr?t pub
lication of this not ice, which date of
said first publication is rriiluv, Oc
tober 13, P.Hi;.. H. L. GILKEY,
NO'l ICK OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Iu the Countv Court of the State of Or
egon for tho County of Josephine.
In Hie Matter of the Estate
of Charles Decker, de- )
Notice is lieieby given that Get).
W, Elder, artiuiuii-trati.r of Hie i-tate
of Churles Di.ckir, deceased, has tiled
liis final account us such atlniiiiietra
tor, a .d that Sntordav, the llth day
of November. l!l(i,, at 10 o'clock A.
M. of said day at the chainhi rs of
the County Judge of the County Court
of the Slate of Oregou for the Comi
ty of Josi phine, has been livid by an
order i f said court as the time "aud
plnopfir Inuring objections to said
litiul account, and any and all jicrsous
intcreste.i 11 nil having legal ritflit are
hereby iintihid to tile objections, if
any they have, to mid final account
on or before said time.
GEO. W. ELDER,
Administrator of the (state of Charlei
Dated this astli dav ol Senti nilier,
Iu The Justice's Court -for Kerliy
Pncinct, County ot Jospehiue,
Stale ol Oregon.
T. I . Nuucko aud 1
J. K Stub.
John l Coch-
I To John E. Cochran, the above named
defendant, Greeting :
I In the name of the Stale of Oregon,
you ure hereby r(iuircd to appear iu
I the above entitled Court, at the ollice
! of the Justice of the Peace for Kirhy
I Precinct, County of Josephine, Mat"
i of Oregon, ou or before six weeks
I from the (Into of tho lirst publication
! of ibis uimnous, and to answer the
complaint tiled in the above entithd
cause, and if you fail so to appear aud
ausw, r, the plaintiff will take judg
ment against yon lor the sum if
t'i 1.04 and for cost and disburseun ut
of this action, and will at the same
time apply to the court for an older
for the sale of personal properly
heretofore attached in this action s
list of w hich is set forth in the return
of the constable if said pncinct cd
the original writ of iittachuieM utid
duly tiled in raid court and cause.
Hiis Munitions is publishi d 1 y the
order of E. F. Meismer, Enp, 'l,e
Justice of tin, Peace for the said pre
cinct, made the Mill duv r.f Septem
ber A. D. lui:, ordering "that the snd
summons be published iu the Uogue
Kiver Courier, a newspaper published
at Grunts Pass, in the Countv of
Josephine, State of Oregon, and that
said publication be made for mi suc
The date cf the first publicntii n of
this summons is September the 2"'d,
liHCi, and the dalo of Hie last publica
tion thereof and the last in which
vou are p rmittcd 10 answer i
November a, lSHo.
J H. AUSTIN.
Attorney far Plaintiff.
Se.f ivrvd reli&ble. they
overcome we.knesa. In -creasa
visor, banish pains.
No remedy eqimls 1W.
MOTTS PKNNVUOV AL PILLS
Snld t.v Drntfi,!. anJ Or. Id -Its
Vf VT'jby'' Chea"'a' to . CloveianJ, Olno.
UD'0' Cmei"' Wl"k in kinJ
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manner'8 "M' W,rr'nU m
or American Grsnita or any kind ol