I'KOFESSIONAL CiBOS. C. FINDLEY, M. D. . Practice limited to KYE, EAR, NOfeE and, THROAT, and fitting of (lame. Offioe hours 9 to 12; 2 to 6; and on ap pointmeut. Telephones 261 and 77. tiAT Pais, - - Oaoo )RS. DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS, a. n. DoroLit ahia a. oocolai, m.d. I hyrlcian and Disease o( Women forgeon. and Children. .bone 631. Kea. 1051. Cor. Sixth and E ati-eeta. , t Vam, - - Obeoon R. R, C. KELSRY PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON onklin building, North Sixth Street, p-iofite poatofnoe. iflice phone rai. phone 697. 4! ANTS l'AH8, OaKOOK. i ,R. VV. F. KREMER PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Ofllce In Courier Building. Uftloe phone 911, residence 413. Eye tested and glastoa fitted. GllANTH I'AHH, ObKOON. ARL V. INGELS ASSAYER AND CHEMIST. AM work guaranteed accurate and re- C -Hit oi-o, P. O. Phone 1003. OaauoN, D. NORTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Prac tice In all SUteand Federal Court. Ofllce In Opera HouHe Building. tin anth Pahs, OllFXloN yy. c. hale, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Firal National Bank, Jkants Pahu, Obkoon. c. II. CLEMENTS ATTORN KY-AT-LAW i. in Htiitn and Federal Courts. Offloo on Hth and C Htreeta opposite Court House. Phone 1W1. Ubant Pahs, OaruoN Jt C. HOUGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, practices In allHtatoand Federal Cuurta Ollioe over liairuiuuio imnimmvu, ciu a hth I'amh. Oaaoo" J. II. AUSTIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Union Building Kehry Ok bo on ISS MARYS. PARKER. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER for. 0th. and 0. 8t. Phone 763. To. 407 fiHANTSPASS . Orkoon Palace Barber Shop BATES & WILLIAMS, Propra. Sliavinii, Hair Cutting 1 laths, Etc. K vi-rj thing net and clean and work Ural-Clan. J. E. PETERSON (I'lllNKKK) "IF. LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE A iron t lliif limn llasin Iind Co, Ayoming Anchor Wire Kcuco. II. I. ltelU II. J. I.SKtell Reynolds & Lawton Civil and Mining Engineers- MECHANICAL DRAUGHTS MEN AND SURVEYORS. (irants Pass Oregon Men Psit Sixty In Dsns.fr. More tliaii half of mankind over fit! veers of huh suiter flom kidney aud bladder disorders, usually englnrgn uieut of nroMate gland, ibis I" bmh Painful and dangerous, and Foley fciduov Cure should ho taken at tlie Hi i siuii of ttanirer. as it oorrec Irregularities and lias cured iniiuy old men of tliis disease. Mr. Rodney lluruelt, llock Tort, Mo., writes: "I suffered Willi enlarged prostate gland aud kidney trouble for years and after tskiua two IhiI ties ot rolcy 8 Miluc Cure! feel lictler than 1 have for 20 years although I am now VI years old." For sale by II. A. Koteruiuud Msn't llnrtsioasblmtii. Is often as ureat as woiunn'a Hut Tbrs. K. Austin. Manager of tlie "Kopulilican, " of Leavenworlb, I was not unreasonable, when lie fused to allow tlie doctors lo iHrati oil Ilia wife, for female trouble. 111 stead." lie savs, " concluded to try Electric Hitters.. My wife was tlieu so sick she could liardly leave her bed, and rive physicians bad tailed lo relievo her. Alter taking Electric Hitters, she was perfectly cured, and can now iierform all (be household duties." Uuaranleed by all drrg fists, price toV. W. H. Slieruiau Tlmber, Kwuns V Temple. -Real Ksti.te and aud 10 Mssouic I Or WlllUnim- IntltkO VW i iintnittiil will tur HlliitL p ttitMHiiuir Kiitl lietttun I'Ut'st It UatOrlMI lltp tuuiom, Itff. lr. ihima'lDtltRii oint uitint In itrritftrrl (or P it ami In (nit of ihf privito pri. r.rrry Inn I rrmn. itv tirtiicitii. n mail on i fjt-lpt of prit-o Mcnit 91. ou. WILLIAMS UIUtM.IUfUk.fe) lU.. rvP. tuisiuul, uuux sT aire IUJ II I U THE DANOER TO THE CHILD Mat be real or the snake may be a liurm luu nn hut there lidanaer that menac every child's life If the mother In deli clent In womanly health and functional vitality Thousands of women have borne their sufferings and kept their troubles to themselves irom motives oi fooble childhood lias paid for It. Ur. Pierce, forty years ago, rntmltnt Nature, and found that she had provided remedies In abundance for the cure of woman s peculiar aiimenis aim "- neiwex. He louna tnmt iioii-h"h'jmv. lycerlc extracts oi uom ,:,'7 us Cohosh root, unicorn .soot, mai-a r..i,,.mu r,t 1.1,1 v i H uirr rnoi. combined In Just the right proportions rave, such surprising result that this compound soon became a standard ra ....ir,. f ku In the treatment of surb cases. In a little time the demand for It became an great mat ne uewrnim ii ., .n.l ,.r,, villi, fur Its aenera sale so that the multitudes nendlug it could readily supply themselves. 'CM. u nnw Lmiwn nil over the civil Ized world as fr. force's FamHte I'rr Its umiMrallnled recoril of hundreds of thousand of cures, in the last forty years, Jutilies all that cn he laid of It. It I mm-altnluiUc. lum-namillc. It If taft and re!lM for any woman, of any aire and in any conuiuon, w uwn. I)r. I'lerce's Pleasant rellets oniy one or two a day will regulate ana ciemim and Invigorate a loin, nan nunuacu, uir- pld Liver, or sluggmn iioweis. n I'l. .,-,(.' Common Sense Xedlral Adviser will be sent free paper-hound, for il one-cunt stamps or cioin-oouou nn . stamps. Over limn pages ana luimirauei Address ur. n. v. rmrw, uwv, NEW Millinery Store I New Goods, New Styles, Large Selection, Prlcea Ih&t &re Right. MUX. K. K. WAUOIITAL, 6th Street, Opp. Courthouse. Fine Dressmaking ! Flrat-claa Work, Vp-to Uevte Styles MRS, R L GAMBLE. BUSINESS POINTERS. Dr. Flanagan, Physician aud Dentist. Kodaks Courier Building. ' Fruit Paper Courier ofllce. M. Clemens, Prescription Druggist. A Uoutleman'a smoke the Stage line. Souvenir Postal Cards Courier building. Bansagn Grinders aud stufTera at Cramer Pros. For ft e'eau bed and a good meal try the Western Hotel. President Roosevelt in colors with large mat, 100 at the Mnsio Store. Hecond band cook stoves and heaters cheap. Moore's second baud store. Aud still I am insuring and selling real estate at the old stand. J. b. Peterson. (loto Coron for t'lntiihlng. Calling Cards Courier Huilding. Paisir Napkins Courier Hoilding. ITnderwood Tyiiewrlter agent. A. K. Voorhiea ITnlversal Food chopiMirs, all sizes at t'raiiicr Itns. A snleriilid line ol Roval Charter Oak Ranges al Coron'i Maim of Oregon Wiisblntou and California at the Music Store. Uon't let the in substitute but in sist on ColiiHtlu Water. All dealers I llnvu II. A large assortment of colored nietuies mounted ready for bunging at loo lo aoe, a discount of 26 to 70 ier cent. Musio Store. The Western, a first-class family holel. (fillet location, yet convenient lo depot and near court house, tiood meals anil clean urns anil prices reasonable. ' Curtis & Co. fni Watches, Clocks, Hold Rings and Jewelry, tine watch repairing, engraving. Goods sold al reasonable prices. Come and see us. I. t). t). F. Huilding, Grants Pass, Uregon. Repairing Chair and Rocker Have you a chair or rocket that the rounds slid legs persist in coming loose? I all in and let lis hnw you bow it can be fixed for keeps. We have t cm tl a repiir shop. Phoiie a:i,'i Thomas O'Neill. rivurcd by Both Parties. He publicans mid Democrats alike praise Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and all tbioat and lung dixi'iiMM, a no oilier remedy csn com. pare with it. It is hafe and sure. F. T. Staler, merchant, 171 Maine St., 11 loucesli r, .Ma s., writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar cured me of a very bad t'oiigli Viliith I bad foi tbrcc niontbs though oilier remedies failed to benefit mo. 1 can higbly reom mend it for t oughs and colds. " THE NIW HOME Or THE HOiar 1. I ll-tf . 1,.1'Ui oii.l -liiii. I Bl'SI. .,1 St. . Hill to IS rlk. ,,..,i.l ml. tin 11. 1 r . fO,v . H.r, 0 Oi. in." : 11 1 r .In t In BUSINESS COLLEGE r'm 1. null's I'IU' l, te.Up.ii.il, ...ii. E. it . M C. A. H1J. 1'ortUrML Or HOLMES ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, Fx E W 11 0 r W'm. Messiuger is building a new barn. J. E. Hayea waa here Monday night. Services at the church closed Mon day night Vim.' McCailister was at tlie Pass Wednesday. H. 8. Wynant was at the Pass Wed nesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. English were at the Pass Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie McCailister was the guest of Mrs. H. 8. Wynant Sunday. Mr Geo. Walter was at the Pass Tuesday with a load of lumber which he bad planed. J. L. McCollum and family are moving away from this place, hut at this writing their exact location is not known. Messrs. Dick Johnson and Hans Oslon and the former's sister, Miss Hanoi Johnson, attended services here Sunday. It is was thought at the la't writ log that Verner Daniels was suffering from a felon, it has been discoveied that it ia blood poison instead. He is slowly Improving. It seems that the men iu this sec tion are quite slack. The writer the other oay saw a conple of boys mak ing boards who had to have their mother to watch tliein to keep them at work. At another place he saw woman working on a bollding. Now it i-ecras like they oonld find some other way than that Come, men, let the women do the work in tlie honse while yon build your bnildiugs and make yonr boards. Dcsfncit Csnnot Be Curid. hv local ar nlications, as thty canno reach tlie diseased portion of the tar. 1 1.. .ro i nnlv one war to enre Oeaf ness, aud that is by constitutional romedles. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of tlie Kustaclilnn tune, vtnen ibis mhe is inflamed You have a rum uliug soond or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed nearness is the result, and unless the inflam mation can be taken out aud this tube restored to its normal condition, bearing will be destroyed fonver; nine cases out or ID are canseo oy Catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed coudition ot tno mucous sur faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for auy case of Ueafnest (caused by ratairh) thiit;unot ! be cored ly Hall's Catnirh Cure. Send for circu lars, free. F. J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 7fic. Take Hall's, f amily mis lor con stipation. I A V I AVi'll Wriglit'was a'visitor on Apple gate Suuday. Joe Kork hauled wood for Ash Keuu Saturday. Ike Vincent took a load cf wheal to OrautB.Pass Saturday. Juo. W. Meek paid Grants Pass a business visit Salnrdny. J. W. York has been hauling his bops to Grants Pass this week. Fahyan Lang has bieu quite sick this week but is improving slowly at present. K. J. Kubli, tbe merchant and post master at Kubli, paid Kuril a liusi nous visit Monday. P. W. Cartis, an enterprising farmer of Kubli, took a lot of turkeys tj Grants Pass Saturday. L. O. Pasve (lis (foreman at tbe Gold Drift miuu visited lriiuds and relatives at Kubli Sunday. Wo are sorry In slate t lint John liar row.is uot .improving very fm-t, hut it is boiicd that he will soon recover. Miss Lizzie Lemon, who has been visltlug Pearl Davidson, returned to her houie on Williams Creek Satur day. t'has. Hurkballer took a loud of lumber down to the famous Oncar creek placers of which lie is a p.irl owner, Saturday. Manly Uexford hauled a load of pmaloea to lowu one day this week, i'bey say his potato corp is liottir than usual. Ed I ay ton anil Visiter Prooss, who are working at the Mt. Lion mine, visited their homes on Williams I'reek Saturday and Sunday, Pearl Davidson left this plm u for Mriihts Pass, Saturday, where ho lis a position: in the New York ltackot store. We all wish her success. The wood ('helping at Jus. Cook's was a grand sucickh and everyone seemed to have bad a K" il time. In tbe t veiling an tiuur sup) or was served and all went I nine happy Mrutiuoieucy. Registration Books Open. Hegistrntion books are now open. John Minor Hooth, auditor uiul lolice judge will be at bis olllce, Hootn 7 Masonic Tempi daily from a. ui. lo 1'J 111. anil at the city bull daily from 3 to f p. 111. also at the city bill from 7 to V o'clock each Wednesday and Saturday night Tim election w ill be held Monday, December 4, Kegistratiou books opeti until Friday, Noveiuls-r 110, at " o'clock p. m. Canttipslion. Health is absolutely imKssible, if const 1 pal ion tie present. Many serious cases ot liver and klilto y complaiut have sprung from urglected constipa tion. Such a deplorable cotidittou is utinecesRary. There is a cure for it. Herblne will speedily remedy matters. C A. Lindsay, P. M., Pronson, Fla , writes, Feb. 13, 11HIJ: " Having tried IHerbiue, 1 llnd it a line medicine for constipation " bottle at Koter- uiuud's aud Model Drug More. fc A - - I nt no IT T O I A T 'And to think thnt ten months siro I looked like this 1 I owe it lo German Syrup. ffThe time-worn injunction, "Never put off 'til to-morrow what you can do to day," is now generally presented in this r..- lrt it tn-ilav inai IS loc vtiv advice we w-nt to give you about that hacking cotiKh or demoralizing cold with .ii,,-h v,,n ti.-ive neen sirui:Ko"K eral davs. rx-rhaps weeks. qTake some ??r.L. Hrn.7v-and let .. ' ' '. i.. i- i. To,c,-i' r.erman uiat nraa j . f syrup, won" - V-it ' ; .,n,i,;i,irtfv n-lieve vour cough or cold, n..A itc ,,tiniiil oe for a few days will cure you completely. lNo matter how J . 1. ........ if HrMll h,..(.dipii vour cout'it. even , u.w consumption has attacked your lungs, r-.,r,.,-i Svnm will surelv eftcct a cure; as it lws done before in thousands of ap parently hopeless cases of lung trouble. L... '. - , 1 - . ru. ruler BIY qrvew inai isjiiir!,, i. t . 75c. At all drugipsts. For Wale by lr. J. C. Binlih. SUMMONS. In The Circuit Conrt for The State of Oregon, for Josephine Louuty. Roetta M. Stevenson, Plaintiff, I gDjt for . r, V9- I divorce. J. D. K. Stevenpon, Defendant. J To J. D. F. Sleveusou, the above named defendant : In the tiauie of the State of Oiegon von aro hereby required to appear and answer tin. complaint filed against vnn in I lie name of the above entitled suit on or before the S'.ith day of De cember, I'JOj, aud if you fail to appear or answer tlie plaintiff will apply to tbe court for the relief prayed tor in the complaint, uamely: For a decree dissolving tlie uuuda of matrimouy now 1 xiftiig between tlie plaintiff and defendant aud lor the custody of the minor children rf plaintiff and the de ft nilniit. to-wit: Lena, Liloya, uuu Wi Ilium Stevenson. This summons is published by order rf lion. J. O. Booth. County Judge of Joseihine County, Oregon, made and entered November lo, l'JU5. Tbe first publication is November 17, Hill."., and tbu la-t publication is De cember a, UM'5. KOPEHT GLENN SMITH aud OLIVER S. BKOWN, Attorneys for PluintifT, SUMMONS. In Tbe Circuit Court of The Slate of Oregon, for Josi phine Cuonty. Elizabeth Swiuden aud Jeilersou Winier, Plaintiffs, Matison Frcdenburg and First National Pauk of Son I hern Oregon, a corpoa tiou, Defendants To Matison Fredeiiburg, named defendant. the above In tlio nniuti of the State of Oregon von are Hereby ritiuited to appear and answer the eiiuplaint tiled against you 111 mo iiuovo eiiiiLicu court ou or before the 21I1I1 dav of Deceuibt r, lili'.'i, aud if you fail to appear and answer the plaintiff will apply to the Ooort for the relief prayed for in tlieir Complaint, to-wit: A decree cancelling Hint certain mortgage given by John Sw iuden and Elizabeth -w nidi 11 to Matison Fredenbnrg upon thn east half of tbe northwest quarter 1 and Lots numbered !i mid 4 in Section III, of Towiisliiii .'IT South, of linugo fi West 111 tlie Comity of Josephine, j State of Oiegon, aud requiring the; First National Hank of Southern Ore. gon to suiriniler said mortgage and note to Hie plaintiff F.lizabcth Swiu-1 den and for such otbt r and further I relief at to the Court may seem ! equitable. : This snitimons is published at the ordi r of Hon. J. O. Hooth, County j Judge of Josephine Comity, made! November 11, I'.in.j; the first publica-; tic 11 being November 10, 1 '.tl .", aud the last publication ot summons being Dsceiuber 'il, P.toii. I HoHKRT . SMITH. 1 Ol.lVKK S. BKOWN. j Attorneys for plaintiffs. I NOTICF. OF IIKAKINOOF FINAL ACCOl'NT. In t o mutter of tbu 1 Kstnte of A. D.Custur. Di ceas d. i Notice is hereby given that the un deisigurd, Kxi eutor of tbe 1 state above nainid, lias tiled in 1 hu County Court of the State ot Otcgon for Josepbiue County, Iiik filial account as Kxt color of the above mum d tstate, autl will prtM iit the snme to the court on Wed- cnlav the CO1I1 day of Di cember, l'Jllo, at In o't lock in the turuioou of said dav for approval All persons having objections to sa.d account are ben by notiliid to appear ou said day and presi'iil the same. Dati d Nov. 17, I'.si.V ISAAC CI STAK, Kxieutor of the estate of A. 1). Cus- tar, 1I1 ceasi d. Partnership Dissolved Ni'ii. e in lii it liv jiiren tint the I'lirtin r-liip heretofore exiMitiK be t, en li. A. I'ohli, H. J. Isaac ami It. K Ht' Vi ns iiinh r the lirui inline of i: I', l.i. I.1.,.. I I.',,,,., IVn, i,u.. lie. n diKMiHrt-d. K. It. Sl-veu retires' ,( il,. t ukii , kM u i 1 1 t,.. . ...,... .1 Kr li. A. Colli and II. J. Iwaea. a h'n willeolleit nil acci'tnili'. is. a. conn. 11 J ISAACS, K. K.SrEVKS. (irnnls riiMt, tlie., Nov. 14, llHWi. Bida Wanted The eoiiniv court will receive bids (or tnnii?.liliiti steel ce.ln f,,r the new jail imw lieinu built. All bids to le in Hie hands td (he court, December : 4, l'.KW. Ceuntcilcllinj th (icnulnc Foley Co., Clili-auo, originated Henev and Tar as a threat and long reuieily, nn! ou account of (he great merit and popularity of Filey's Honey and Tar maiiT imitations are ctT, red for the gcuuine. Ask for Folej'a Honey and Tar aud refuse any nulsiilute offend as no other repara tion will give the same tatisfact'ou. It is tin Id I v laxative. Il contains no opiates Hid is rafest for rhildreu aud delicate iwrsous. For sale hy II. A. Koletiuoud. NOVEMBER 24, 1905. .. h.i t Nk.Mkaiiii' rnutfh Runcdv. rvivn mi j Two yeara ago the Pharmacy Board of New Sooth Walea, Australia, had an analysis made or an mo ouugu medicines that were som in nut iu ket Out of the entire list they fonnd only one that they deolared was en tirely free from an poisuus. exception was Chamberlain'a Cough Remedv. mane Dy vne uimuiw!"""! Medioiue Company, Dea Moices, Iowa, U. 8. A. ine aDaence oi i narcotics makes mis remeuy safest and best that can be had; and it is with a. foeling oi aeconiy inai mother can give it to ner nine one. UhamDeriain a vougu is especially recommended Dy lis makers for cough, cold, cronp and whooping cough. When taken in time it pievtnta pneumonia, iins ramcuj is for sale by all druggists. Son Lost Mother. Consumption runs In our family, aud tliroogh it I lost my mother. writes E. B. Keid, of Harmony, jub. For the nast five vears. however, on the sliohtest sum of a cough or cold Imva taken Dr. Kiuii'a New Discovery ,nnan,nn,inn. which has saved me I... trnnhle His mother's death was a sad losa for Mr. Keid. bnt he learned that long trouble muse oul ow usenj,cu, how to core it. Qniokest relief aud . . . . 1 I ....... . nun enre for ennuhs and colds. frice. SOo and 1 1.00; guaranteed at all drug stores. Trial bottles free. A Csrd. This ii to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's, Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or com. 11 bioijs me cough and heals the lungs. Prevents pneumonia and will cure incipient consumption. Contains no opiates aud is safest for children. Ask for Foley's Honey aud Tar and insist up on having it. Stops the cough and beats the luugs. for saie Dy a. A. Hotermond. The Popular Barber Shop Oet vour tonsorial work done st IRA TOMPKINS On Sixth Street Three chairs Bath Room lo connection J. M. CHILES The Pioneer Grocer RELIABLE GOODS AT RELIABLE PRICES A Specialty FARM-CURED BACON THE FINEST BROUGHT GRANTS EVER TO PASS IVcsll PPllitS Of All KilltiS Fruit jars, tOI)S and rubbers 1 New Pi ices for Undertaking Goods Beginning August 1st, prices for Caskets wil be as follows : All $25 Caskets reduced to J15 All $30 " " $20 $35&$40 " " $25 Blatk Cloth Caskets reduced 50 per cent. Hoarse and service In proportion. These prices are for cash only. A. U. Bannard AT TUB lilG Furniture Store North hth St., GRANTS PASS, OREGON, FARMERS FEED STABLl J. K. KKUI.KY, TaoiR. l.HHt Ktalile south on Sixth street. lioiiui under cover for ISO horses ate 40 Wilsons. llox stalls. Corral) i n ItHISO slock. Duly the best hay, clean grain a-L' alfalfa fed. Kollcd barley and otL..r grain. .Ml UlSi'UStHl IHll'HCS aUOWeil. Il.f ri""'"e' water, aud trough clottD... every uiij. I . aiViliK room and toilet room whut ladies can leave wraps aud arracyi. bncir kuiicbs. I'riivs reasonable and beat care gl ; i StlK'k. 0 YEARS' KXPCRIENCe Trade Markk Dksiona COVRIOHTS AC IHMir UtwrtAin oar upmt-m fr hirfr u nj finoily f"i(Untul. HitirMh a I'Xctiu 1 k-HMej Mut trvm. oi.leot urm7 for XH-anrr imtfi,'. Pant turn through Munn A Itx rvcvlrt fMr-bU ittwtu chanr. LQ th Scientific American. Mlation of n n-nt tiB.- t...iri,i T-tii . .l rr : f"ar mu'tth, fl. frnj t j .J m- MUNN & Co.""- New Yort van, arn, wtuf nuu CATARRH ryr-FEVER ,sfV Ely's Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Cive Satisfaction. OIVIS RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects tlio diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold In the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taite and bmelL Easy to use. Contains no injurious drug. AppUed iuto the nostrils and absorbed. Urge Size, SO cents at Druggists or by mail: Trial Size, Id ce:its by mall. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., Now York. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cum Colds, croup ami w hojijiuk A Great Separator There is a BEST in everything. It must lie KEST MADK, EASIEST USED, MOST EF FECTIVE MOST SIMPLE. By actual compari sonin actual uso Tubular Separator Has proved it has these points in its favor. That's what put it away &heed of all other separators. That's why 1 sell it. Get hold of facts. Wrlto to Rogue Hiver Creamery, MKUFORD ORKUON. Charles Costain Wood Working Shop. West of flour mill, near R. K. track Turning, Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand Sswing.Lahinet Work, Wood Pullevs, Saw rinngand gumming, Kepmring an sinus. I'rices riirht E. A. WADE DRV GOODS, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, Etc. Front Street, west Palace hotel GRANTS PASS, ORE. B. A. WILLIAMS Front and 4th Sts. P. 0. Box 273. Real Estate Employment office. . Houses rented No. 7."r 125 arres, all fenced, acres river bottom, 7r cultivated, 10 to hops, 4 miles from railroad town, 'oml rmuN, sc'iool, eh:. A bargain at Hr an a re. Hop crop will pay purchase price in two years. WHV PAY HUNT? Own Tour Own Home I have a modern 9-room house including pantry and bath, on sewer line, close in, porch 8x2S; small payment in cash or property. Also 4 room box house, same terms, Sixth and L streets. Team and wagen for sale. J. D. DRAKE. Phone 4S4. Grants Pass, Ore. 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 Transmission Line. Condor Water Power Gcmpany. R K W A R D MA11HLE AND GRANITE WORKS J. R. HADDOCK, l-rourleior. I am prepared to furnish anything in the lineol Cetnelerv work in any kind of Marble or Uranite. Nearly thirty yeara of eiperience in the Marble bn.inem warrantu my aing that I can bll vour onlcu in the very best manner. ' Can furnish work in Scolcti, Swede or American -irariite or auy kind ol Marble. Front itreet, next to (ireene'a (iunauop. COMMUNICATION FROM ROTERMUND Offer to Refund Money If Hyo mei Does Not Cure Ce.te.rih. To the Editor of tbe Courier: I have been asked recently If the advertisements printed in jnur columns regarding Hyoinei were true, where I offer to refund the money if this treatment does not cure catarrh. 1 vf ibIi you noma please print tins letter in as conspicuous a place as possible in your paper, saying that we absolutely agree to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyoinei outfit if it does not cure catarrh. This outfit consists of an inhaler of a convenient size to be carried in the vest pocket so that the uFer can breathe Hyoml ' four or five times daily. With ti-is is Included a medi cine dropper aud a bottle of Hycruei. The outfit rells for $1.00 aud is a most econcmical trrameut, for die inhaler lasts a lifetime and there Ib enough Hyoinei lor several weess' usage while extra bottles can be obtained for 50 ceuts. I trust this letter will settle any donbts that may have arisen as to our willingness to refund the money for a Hyomei ontfli, in case the pur chaser is uot perfectly satisfied. I w ish to say emphatically that oor guarantee on hyomei holds good, aud will refund the money to any dissatisfied purchaser who b 1111 ply states that he has used the treatment according to directions aud not been helped. Respectfully yours, II. A. Kotermnnd. N. E. McGREW, PIONEER TRUCK and DELIVERY Furniture and Piuno Moving GRANTS PASS, OREGON, Fruit Trees Native to the soil and climate make the healthiest and best bearing orchards. EUREKA NURSERY Eight miles from Grants Pass, in Applenate Valley, All home grown trees, true to name, free from dis ease, strong and vigorous growth. 5.0(10 Spitzenbtirgs, all whole root, Clown grafts, trees 3tf to 4' feet high. $S per 1,000; 4 to 6 feet, $70 per 1.000. Twtnty-fiw other varieties to select from at reasonable prices. Trees carefully dug and packed and shipments made to any point. address: J. H. ROBINSON Wfldcrvillc, Oregon. F. G. ROPER FASHIONABLE TAILOR Harmon Block, Upstairs South Sixth Street Suits made to Order PROMPTLY AND OF THE BKST MATF.KIAL AND IN THE LATFT STYLE Cleaning and Repairing IX F1HST-CLASS SHAPE AND SUITS MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW A Trial is Asked and Prices Are Right COLD, WET WEATHER -Reminds All That Dry Wood is Wanted ! The liest of seasoned Oak, Laurel. Fir, l'ine und Munzunita wood de livered promptly tiKill parts of the city at reasonable prices. Five loiuls of kindling for $1.00; l- quantity at '2c per loud. Mill blucis, 91.75 per load. Place your orders now and select from 2,li00 cords of good wood. O. O. LUND Phone 454 Bet Mill and Moss sts. west of Gilbert creek MOTT ITS PENNYROYAL PILLS S&fo &nd rell&blo. Key overcome we&knesfl. In creAsa vigor, banish pln. No remedy equals MOTT6 PfcNNYROYAL PILLS Solil by Unmnists and Dr. M;!t Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio.