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ROOUHRIVHR COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. JANUARY 12. 1906.
HJ4 C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Practloe limited to
KVE, EAR, NOSE nd THROAT,
and fitting of (lmsae.
Ollloe hours 9 to 12;! 2 to 6; and on ap
pointment. Telephone. 261 and 77.
Uiakt Pass, - - Ohiooh
TO BE CONGRESSMAN fl I
FOR FIRST DISTRICT!
Democrats to Nominate C. V. Gal
loway of Mcftinnville for
Thia High Honor.
J)RS. DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS,
e. n nocuLAt aa a. douulas, m.d.
Physician nd Piseases of Women
Burgeon. and Children.
Phone 631. Res. 1051.
Cor. Sixth and E streets.
0ant Pahs, - - Obioon
JJR. J. C. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office at National J)rug Store.
Phones, Office 36.V, Ren. 1045
Residence cor. 7th and D t recta.
Gsasts Pass, )meqo
J)R. W. F. KREMER
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON
Office In Courier Building.
Ufllca phone VII, residence 413.
Eyes tested and glasses fitted.
GbantsPass, - Ohicoon.
J)R. T. E. BEARD.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URUKON
Office over Hair-Kiddle Hardware.
Rei. cor. 4tb and B Ktreeti.
Pbonei, Office 354 ; Ilea. 321.
GaANTR Pass, Ohkoon.
JJARL V. INGELS
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST.
All work guarantMl accurate and re
liable. Office opp. P. O. I'hone 1003
U basts Pass, - Obkoon.
H , D. NORTON,
Practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Office In OiKira Houhu Dulldlng.
HbAkts Vahh, Ohkoon
y. C. HALE,
Office over First National Hank,
GaANTS PAH8, - . - Okkuon,
()t 11. CLEMENTS
Lliw In HLutn ami Federal Courts.
Office on th and C streets opposite
uourt nousu. r none iwi.
Ubants Pass, Ohcuom
A. C. HOUGH,
Prantloos In all NtaWi and Federal Courts
Utile over Hair Klcldlo Hardware uo
Cbants Pass, Ohkoon
J. II. AUSTIN,
"WILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. H. DEPUTY HL'RVEYOR
.' lit li Hi., north ol Josephine lintel.
Obamts Pass, - - Ohkoon
IJOGUU RIVER ENGINEER
C1VI1., MINING, ELECTRICAL,
MK( 1IAMCAL, IIYHHAUI.lt:
KNGINKERH abu CON I KAlTOKS.
41U V struct. Phone 91
Granti Pahs, Okkuon
Palace Barber Shop
HATES & WILLIAMS, lroprs.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
1 laths, 1-tc.
Everything noht and clean and a
work r Iral-Clusa.
J. E. PETERSON
fIRL, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Acnt Hit,' I lorn HuhIii latnil Co.,
Wyoming. Anchor tin r clu e.
.1. I. Hft)iiuMa
l. J. I.awlnii
Reynolds & LawtOD
Civil and Mining
M ECU A N ICA I. DRA I'G 1 ITS
MEN AND SURVEYORS.
ThiMv Is a iir.sr
It must Im lies I
PNBJIl, MOST KK
H I M I' I. K llv
In a c t u n I
Has proved it hus llirw points In
Its favor. That's what put it sway
hen d of all olltnr aeparalora
That's why I sell it. liel hold of
facta Vt rito to
Hoguc Kivcr Creamery
Judge J. O. Booth spent Monday
in Portland to attend nineties of
the State Democrat io Central Commit
tee. A large number of the promi
nent party leader were preient and
Jndge Booth states that the feeling
was that the party had a R.tod chance
for electing some of their candidate
on the congressional and state tickets.
their hope being especially strong
for electing the governor and the
congressman in the First district.
Governor Chamber(aio will be their
candidate for governor and will have
no opposition to Ills re-nomination.
For candidate f jr congress In this,
the First district, Judge Booth statos
that it If geuorally conceded that
Charles V. G.lloway, of McMinu-
I lie, will be given the nomination at
the pr niary election in April and be
the democratic candidate in the
general election in June. Mr.
Galloway is a son of Circuit Judge
William Galloway and was born in
Yamhill county, where he spent his
boyhood days at his father's farm
home, nntil he left for Eog.-ne to en
ter the State University from which
he graduated with high honors in
IHltll. Mr. Galloway was elected to
the legislature from the republican
county of Yamhill and served in the
session of 1SHI3. He declined rennnii
nation in order to accept the position
general superintendent of the Oregon
Exhibit. Mr. Galloway is a deep
reader and well informed on the ques
tions of the day and he lias the credit
of being oue of the best orators among
the younger men in Oregon. His
diction, Is perfect and he has a flue
personality and magnetic presence
that enables him to gain and hold the
atteution of an audience. He Is
strictly temperate and above reproach
in his character and his friends feel
of uueriiitendfiut of tin Oregon Hor
ticultural Exhibit at the Louisiana
Purchase Exposition at Kt. Louis, in
11)01. During the Lewis mid Clark
fair at Portland, he served as General
certain that should he be elected to
congress that he would be found
working aud voting for the cont'd of
tho trosts, railroads and other great
corporate powers and be a loyal friend
to the common piople in guarding
and advnnc ng their interests in all
matters that uiay come np for national
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy the Best Made
'In my opinion Cliiinilierlaiu's
Cough Remedy Is the best made for
oolds," says Mrs. Cora Walker, of
I'ortervllle, Cal. There is no doubt
about Its being tho best. No other
will cure a oold so quickly. No other
is so sure a preventive of pneumonia.
No other is so pleasant and safe to
take. Tliesa are gocd reasons why it
should tie preferred to any ether.
The fact is that few people are satis-
fled with any other after having once
nseil this remedy. Fur sale br all
l.liTTLK TO COURIKR
K k A 1 li R S
Rotermund tiua.re.ntee Myomel
to Cure Catarrh or It Coata
Editor of the (lourior :
In view of the prevalence of ca
tarrhal troubles at this bmui of the
year, I want to tell your readers that
I have never sold anything that gave
more satisfaction tliiui Hyoinei, when
used ill catairhal troubles. You get
immediate relief from the treatmi nt,
ami a consistent use will prove to
every sulTerer, as it has to immy of
our customers, the virtue of this
Personally, I am interested in
llyouioi, for it is made and sold on
honor, and I do not want your
money unless you are Is'iu tiled and
There is no stomach dosing in con
nection with llvoiuel. It is a
thoroughly local treatment for a local
difcoaM', and Its soothing, healing
medication goes direct to the sKit
where it is needed.
The complete llotinci out lit consists
of a pocket inhaler, a medicine drop
per, and a bottle ot I tymnet, ami the
price is only fl, while additional hot
tics can be obtained for Ml cents. 1
Hisitivly guarantee a cure when
llvotuei is used in a.vnr.lalii e with
direction, or I will refund y..iu
moiiev. This ceitaiulv shows our
faith and belief in the virtue of
llyomei. Your very truly,
II. A. Rod ruitind.
Your clothes called for mid delivered
suit all tlittwois that gi os through
Ihe timugle washer, ironed at 2.'.o pi r
do.cii. (rants I'uss Sleuth Laundry.
Itatant and EHtcllve.
T. J. Chambers, Kd. Vindicator,
Liberty, Tex., writes Dec .6, IVV)
"With pleasure and unsolicited by
you, I bear tratliuouy to the curative
power ol VialUrit't Iter, hound Hvrun.
I have used it tu my family and ran
oheerluUy aflUui it la the most sITee
tive and it remedy lor vouahs and
oolds 1 have overused" Hold hy
Rational Drag Store aud Hoteriuaud.
ItiKLtr tml mii t'coiur rvi.lctit in outftKIr
) ittplumt. 1,H l.khkN.
tJThr aid of scienlilic inventions is nut
ntfled todeteliuiue whelhel Your Imi!.
sic ullcctiM. The litst symptoms can le
le.ehlv noted hy anyone ot avci.ige in
telligence t riierr is no disease known that iives so
niallv plain waimnH .it' us uppro.ich as
coutumptiou, and no scuoiih iIim-.im' Ihsl
can lie so oiiicVly reach. ,1 and cluvVc.1,
if the meuiciuc iim-, is lir. lUi;u-lier
Unman Syiup, which is made to curt
JIt is in Hie rsrlv stages that German
Svrup should t taken, when wauling
sie givvn in the couli that won't quit,
the onisnliim of llir l.iouchlal tulws ami
the gradual wrakrning of the binjjs, sc
r..iiiminc,l by (lenient eiHcloiatuu.
IHiii no matter how deep sr.ur.l voui
C"kIi, vrn if dread couiumption' hs
alirsdy ttckr,l your lungs, (.'.rmiaii
owup win surely rtlect a cine as it luu
done httoti! tu tbouMUids of spimreuth
bo-lrwi (. ,,f li,n tnmblc.
qScw trial botlle c. Rrgular ,i
75c At all drunjists. ,
fur Wal. l.x lr J. c. wtuttu.
Many a man sees his wife bend and
tug at burdens that strain the hack and
the heart alike, without any Idea of the
outrage. Children follow In too quick
lucrcaHlon to allow the nether time to
'recuperate. The womanly organ become
dlsplaent, there are debilitating, disagree
able drains, wljh the added pain of In
flamed or ulcerated parts. In this condi
tion the woman bravely tries to carry her
household load, afraid to take the rent
she needs lest a meal will tie late. No
wonder she Is palu, weak, wretched, surly
of temper and nappih of tongue. Mia
would Iki fale to nature If she were any
thing else. No persons need help so much
as the clans of w hom this woman is tho
type. And for such women no help Is so
sore, so wonderful, s that given by Dr.
I'ierco's Favorite I'resrrlption. It re
stores all the womanly organs U perfect
health. Iteotalilishns regularity In their
functions. It restores tho strained and
shattered ni'vvous system. It clears up
the complexion, rounds out the form and
makes life a dally happiness. "Favorite
Prescription contains no alcohol or
whisky. It Is tho best nvdlclne for
women. Nothing can be "Just as good"
as the best. - Tell the dealer so If he offers
"I wrote Ui yon In UW2, about my rase."
writes Mrs. Ella W. KV.Ijl,lri.n. of Kutlrea,
V s. "Was tlien In a tisd condition, and your
reply was that 1 proOaMy Inherited the
trouble from my mother, and you prescribed
lr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. About
that time I had an attack of fever and was
sick for quite a whlls. so falli'd to get your
Prescription." In December following was
married and then my huthand tiotighl me two
Uitlha of fir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
before I began to take It 1 had bearing-down
pains at monthly periods, alio dluy spells.
Afuir I had laksn one bottle I felt better and
had no more pains. After taking the second
bottle felt tmller than srer In my life, and
In Hcptcmber gave birth U a twelve-pound
baby girl. I am very thankful for your gd
medicine, and shall tell my friends what It
did for mi', and shall rwcommend It to alt
who are afflicted. We think It the best medi
cine in the world."
JKV - Nt only the Original hut the
CJJTJ- bast Llltla Llvar Pills, flmt put
Vw "P ov,r o yaars ago. hy old
assjek ImltaUd but rnvsr equaled, as thou
sauds atuwU They're purely vegetalila,
bsing made up of oucentrated and retlned
Biwllclnal principles, extracted from the
roots of American plants. IH, not gripe.
Una or two for stomadi corrective, thru or
four for cathartic.
TWO NEW SCHOOL
One at Gallce and One at Granite
Hill Each Have School
P byslciau aud Dentist.
M. Clement, Prescription Druggist.
A Gentleman's smoke the Stage
Call op Phone 1113 for milk and
cream. 12-2'J 4t
For a e'eau lied and a good meal
try the Western Hotel.
Hecond hand cook stoves aud heaters
cheap. Moore's second baud store.
Grants Puss Tailoring Company
have bought goods at 60 cents nu the
dollar, and otfer the same as low as
8, In a suit. Trousers I4 &0. 12-15 If
Goto Coron (or t'l 11 111 bi 11 11 .
Calling Cards (Jourier Building.
Underwood Tyiwwrlter agent. A.
A splendid line ol Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Cornn'i
Maps of Oregon Washinton and
California at the Music Store.
Make a call at Cramer Bros, if yon
want an Airtight tovu nt a bargain
Heal Estate and Timber W. B,
Hlientinn, Rooms U aud 10 Masonic
Curtis & Co. fni Watches, Clocks,
Gold Kings and Jewelry, flue watch
repairing, engraving. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Come and see as.
I. O. O. F. Building, Grants Pass,
The fault of giving children modi-
01110 containing injurious substances.
is sometimes more disastrous than the
disease from which they are suffering,
Every mother should know that
Chamberlain's Ccngli Remedy is
perfectly safe for children to take. It
contains nothing harmful and for
coughs, colds and croup is uusurpusS'
ud. Fur sale hy all druggists.
The Josephine conuty district board,
which is made np of School Superin
tendent L. Savage, Judge J. O. Booth
and Comniissioneis Lovelace and
Logan at their sersloa last week
created two new school districts and
changed the boundaries of two dis
tries. The new boundary lines of the
four districts are given in the pro
ceedings of the. board published in
The districts having their boundary
lines changed were 21 and 32. The
north half of section 22, township .'id
south, of range 6 west is taken from
district S3 aud annexed to district
2d. This half sect. on lies on the
south side of Rogue river three miles
below Grants Pass and the change
was made on the petition of Benton
Borough and others residing on that
New district No. 48 is in the Galice
section on lower Rngne river and is
made from territory formerly em
braced in district No. 17. There are
qoite a number of settlers in this dis
trict and a private school has been
maintained both last year and this
year. The school for this year now
being in session withh Miss Pearl
Cartor, of Kerby as teacher. The
district has a flue new school house,
located at Rand, that was bnilt last
spring by the public spirited citizeus
of the Galice niiuiug district, the
money for the pnrpose being donated.
New district No. 4U is located on
the head waters of Louse Creek and
it too has a good school home loc ted
at Granite Hill, built by cnnlrihn
tions from the mini rs at the Granite
Hill mine and the settlers of that dis
trict. For the last two years a pti
vnte Fchool has bieu maintained at
Granite Hill and school is now in
session there with Miss Bristow
Another Good Man Gone Wrong.
He neglected to take Foley's Kid
ney Cure at tho first signs oi Kidney
trouble, hoping it viotild wear away,
and he was soon a victim of Bright's
disease. There is danger in delay,
but if Foley's Kiduey Cure is taken
at once the S3mptoms will disappear,
thu kidneys are strengthened aud you
are soon so mid and well. A. R. Bass
of Morgantown, Ind., had to get up
10 or 12 times in the night, aud had a
severe hiickatho and pains in the kid
neys and was cured hy Foley's Kidney
Cure. For Sale by II. A. Rotermnud.
By the Author, "A Poor Relation"
and " Peaceful Valley, " etc
Greatest Comedy Melo
Drana of the Age
Nothing like what has come before,
Novel, Redolent of Life, Lnl'iue,
Powerful Fascinating and
Vihen You Have a Bad Cold.
Yon want a n m ily that will no
only give quick relief but effect a
You want a retuedythat will re
lievo the lung and keep expecturatiou
You want a remedy that will
counteract any tendency toward pueu
Yon want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Cliaiiiherluin's Congh Remedy meets
all of these r iiuiretnents and for tbe
speedy and permanent cure of bad
cold, and Is without a peer. For sale
hy all druggists.
City Treasurer's Notice
Tin re are fui.ds in the city treasury
to redeem all outstanding warrants
protested to May Iff, HH'K, Interest
011 same will cease after tins date.
COL. W. JOHNSON,
Dated at Grants Pass, Oregon, Do
ceuiber 1Mb, liK'..').
All persons owing the firm of Gar
111 I'll lii uieiiway Company are hereby
not i lli'il to call and settle thu account
UAKMAN HKMKNWAY CO.
$2000 to loan on first-class pro
ductve Grants l'ans Heal Kstiite. W.
L. Ireland, The Rial F.stuto Man.
M&ke a Mot Arcrptetblo
Gift X? j0 j& jO
I huvo placed on display a choice lot of
pictures, Mime lire, hich chc-s and
works of art not uinitl v found on salt)
outside, of large cities, in artistic
(rallies of Litest design. Selection is
large and complete.
Large assortment of Picture Mould
ings of latest i diets in tlilt K.linmel
and Antique link ami other material.
K rallies made to order and promptly
Siv the tine display of pictures and
frames in my slimy window s.
L. B. HALL
North Sixth Street
FARMERS FEED ST A B I I
J K. KVKI.KY, I'soib.
1 ast stable south on Sixth strtvt.
boom under cover for l.'Hi horses a.
III w ugons. I ox stalls. I ureal) I it
Only the lst hay, clean grain a-c
alfalfa led. UoI1,h barley aud oil -r
No diseased horses allowed. I'l i
running water, and trough eloap ,'
V ailing room ami toilet room whtit
ladles ran leave wraps aud arracvt
an An Iucouijarahlc Performance
the Acme of Completeness
PRICES: 25c. 50c, 75c.
A Grim Tragedy
is daily enacted, in thousands
homes, at Death claims, in each one
anothir victim of Consumption
Pneumonia. Bnt when Coughs and
Colds are properly treated, the
tragedy is averted. F. G. Huntley of
Oaklatidon, Iud., writes: "My wife
had the consumption, aud three doc
tors gave her np. Finally she took
Dr. King's New Dhcovery for Con
sumption, Coughs aud Colds, which
cured her, and today she is well and
strong. " It kills the germs of all di
scares. Oue dose relieves. Guaran
teed at 50 ceuts and fl.fO by all drug
gists. Trial bottle free.
TELLS IT ALL
: -- - -
Our New Catalogue "R"
Df SCRIBES OIJR MVOJAUUC RAMS ,
TtUS WHAT TtltV CAN PO
Notice Is hereby given to all Arms
supplying goods or wares to The Opp
Consolidated Mines, that invoioes in
duplicate covering said goods or
wares, shall b- presented at the Com
pany's office in Jacksonville, prompt
ly on the first of the month next suc
ceeding said porchase. 1-6 6t
THE OPP CONSOLIDATED MINES.
December !!0, l'JOo.
Greatly in Demand.
Nothing is more In der-and than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood and system cleansei,
such as Dr. King's Now Lire fins.
They are just what yon need to cure
stomach and liver troubles, iry
them. At all drug stores, 25 cents.
I NOTICE TO PETITIONERS.
hereby notified that the Die
trict Boundary Board of Josephine
County acted on aud allowed a petitiou
to form a new scnooi uiBtriciouioi ier
1 ritory now embraced in school district
j No. 'i'i, of Josephine County.
The district thus formed is known
as School District No. 4!. of Josephine
County, and the boundaries ure as fol
lows: Begiuniug at the northeast cor
I ner of Section 13 and miming west
three miles to the northwest corner of
Section 15; thence sooth three and
'one-half mih-s to the ccuier of the
west lin- of Section 34; thence east
three n,ils to the center of the east
liue of Section 3d; thence north three
aud one-halt miloN to the place of be
ginning. All of which is in Township
H.'i South of Kanire 6 West of the Wil
lamette Meridian, in Josophiuu Coun
ty. Dated in Grants Pass, Oregon, Jan.
4, llMS. LINCOLN SAVAGE,
Secretary of Board.
In tho Circuit Court of ih
Oiegou for the Conntv of Tl8,"f
C. O. Rocksfad. I " ""Win,
Iloury J. Olson,
To Henry J. Olson, Defen,.
Iu the name of the .State r., 0
yon are hereby unnir.. ..Urft
and answer the cimpCj.
against yon in the above
tion within ten davs from ,?,,.l,Jed I
the service of this mmtami,
.1 wiiuiu tins coantV f
served within anv nil, "it
this state, then within , T'l
from the date of the
Millinery Store I
New Goods, New Styles.
Prices the-t tare Right
31 US. E. K. WAl'OHTAL,
Odd Fellows Block, S. Cth St.
HAIR GOOD3 made to order by
MR.S, A. P DeGENAULT,
Late of Minneapolis, Minn
Doll Wigs a Specialty.
Order seals and
A. E. Voorhies.
rubber stamps of
Lelaud has a peaceful, happy time,
nothing to mar oor peace.
We see reports from the different
parts of Southern Oregon iu the Le
The weather has been quite wintry
for the lust few days;' a little snow
mixed with a little cloud juice, but
The early sown grain is all right.
We have had only slight froBts yot.
The vetch that was sown last fall is
looking fine, also all other grain
A large amount of lumber is coil
signed to Lelnnd. Iu the early Spring
wo expect to see si vera 1 buildings
elected iu this town as business war
Tho cattle are doiug well on the
range, although some ure feulmg,
others don't feed, but human fi cling
compels some of us that that have
cattle, to feed.
In speaking of good reads, if there
is any appropriatum made iu this
county we waul our share for we are
doing as much business as any other
part of the county, als.j pay our pait
of the taxes.
The dance New Years at Lelaud
was well attended. Financially and
socially it was a success. Even Wide
awake took a baud; when he hoard the
line musio he could not refrain, so all
were young agaiu.
In tegiird to our glorious countrj
Wideawake has traveled from New
foundland til New Orleans, also has
reiided at Lelaud and lie says Le
laud is the best place for a poor man;
plenty of work, good pay.
Lumber is coming iu to he in readi
ness for the early Spiing for there
will be lots of new buildings going up
111 the Siring. Ihe uew ditch is
pushed ahead ss men and tools can
push it. The weather at present is
foggy ; the gnus is growing tine.
Die other day while stopping to
sell a lady soin,. potatoes in the front
yard the children re iuti resletl iu a
game if golf. The mother said to
one of the children "how many of
you are out there playing?" Johnny
says "Seven." The mother s,ys,
"let baif of you come in."
Money is plentiful iu Lei iud. Kveu
the children are goiug amuud w ithi
their lockets lull of good iliiiik-s. We
have uo isir w ith us. When we read j
of the couuty excuses, tin u the tax
payer has to get iu and rustle. We
often onder where all of the pa up rs
come from, but they art) here all the
same. Those who work have to pay
for their support.
N. A. Richards of Rust-burg has
been sent here by tne S. P. Co. to
take charge of the section in place of
Or. Kills who hsj acoeptid a pes i lien
ill Portland Mi. Richards we
to be a very agreeable gentleman.
He has In en in the employ of the
Company for seveu years. Tlit P. C.
C. Co. Slum shovel will finish its
work here Iu ahcut oue mouth.
F. G. ROPER
T A I LO R
Harmon Block, Upstairs
South Sixth Street
Suits made to Order
PR M PT1.Y A N I) OFTH E
BEST MATERIAL AND
IN THE LATEST STYLE
Cleaning and Repairing
IN FIliST-f LASS SHAPE
AM) SL'ITS MADE TO
LOOK LIKE N E W
A Trial is Asked and Prico Arc Right
IF YOU WANT
GOOD DRY WOOD
Brown's Wood Yard
408 2nd st.,or Telephone 5S5
W A R D
We wiU pay One Hundred
Dollars reward for information
leading to Ihe arrest and con
viction ol any person breaking,
shooting or throwing at the
Insulators on our Iikctric
& POWER COMPANY
N. li. McGKUW,
TRUCK and DI'LIVKRV
Kin ultiiro und l lano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
The l opular Barber Shop
Get vonr tonsorial work done
IK A TOMPKINS
On Sixth Stn.it Three chai
1'nth Hoom in i-omioction
Wholesale and Retail
Kerles Feed Subles, South Sixth Street.
I!et Brand of Hour.
Hay of nil kind.
Helled IkirlfV, N heut and Oats.
Clean Cii-ay Outs for Seed.
I1f bedrock priies.
The Model Drug Store
lias Just Whit You Want
" Our CVlobratod Klectric
Holt. Nature's Vitnlizor, to
luiilil up ami strengthen
the whole boily and for
the ou re of Rheumatism, Par
alysis, I.ivor, Kidney. Lame
,iU(i I liaok. Constipation and all
summons upon .VOll, Bud If.?'
so to answer, for want n,;' !"-
plaintilf will tiikn i,i ":"".-
you tor t lie sum
rur.y-i.vvo iin Bo-IIK) (4.-,2 55 T'
mis m in niierest trom n. ;
of April. ISO.-,, toardh...
and flisl'ursenieiits of
order ol property nttsHua ?L
This summons is pnlilishsrl T :!
to an order of Hon II. K Hanw I
and entered Jiinmiry !l imi ""l
IlOl'GII & lil.ANCHASr, I
and W. I). FKEEMAN,
fir,t publication. J'
l;.)0l.u(Dat0 las. puLlicaUo:
NOTICE TO PETITIONERS.
Ynn ar lierebv notified that the Dis
trict Bonudary Board auied on and al
lowed a petition to cliane the bonndn'y
line between school districts Nos. 84
and 2 as follows: Beginning at the
SW corner of the. NW. of bee. 22,
Township 3d, South of Kange u West ;
thence running north to Rogue river,
thus tuking from District Ho. 33 an
of theNj Of Sec. 22, Township !S(i
South, Riiiige 0 West, lying south of
Kogiie river aud annexing tun mine to
District No. 2d.
Done at Grants Pins, Oregon, this
4th day of Jan. lWMi.
Secretary of Board,
Id the Circuit Court of the Rtaa
Oregon, for Josephine Countr
n u ti . , . 'J'
vj it u.iiiusuil UUU Au
R. W. Nngent,
loll. Nugent. Defend.,.. ... 7
NOTICE TO PE'IITIONERS.
You are hereby notified that the Dis
trict Boundary- Bcuid of Jofi phine
County acted ou and allowed a peti
tion to form a new fetus, I district oot
of territory now embraced iu school
district No. I", of Joieplmie County.
The tcboi l district thus formed is
known as School District No. 4H. of
Jose bine Conuty and it comprises all
tiiat tetr tory west or nrgue river
from the northeast corner of Section
In the name of the Suite of Op..'
you aro hereby rntiird toaprtl,":
answer the complaint lihd ni7s
J"" nve euiiina action-!
before the Otli duy of Jnnuary
andifyonfi.il to appear and
the plaintiffs will take jndgrx-. I
against you for the relief dcrWi
in their ci.inplaiiit, to-v it : T ,.
of lr Hill with interest lit tlielffi,
from May 22, lUuii, and for them.
2j attorneys lees, und fcr tlief.E
and iiiKliorseini nls of this actieo- -'
an order of sale of the rial wok-i
attached herein. I
This Suniuions is publii-liirl br tI
ol Hon. J. O. Booth, t'orjbtj'juc.r'
ninde and entered on the ". dn f
November, l'Jt),"). Tbe first fob!';
tion of siiuniious is lh n.lxr l,is
slid the lust mililifs.) i.m f OB,.?
85, Township !!4 South, Bnnge H West,
to tbe northeast corner of Section 7,
Towhu'ip i5 South, Range 7 West, to
Curry Couuty, Oregon, and all that
l art of said District No. 17, wist of
the west line of Sections H, 17. 2'J und
82 of Towuship !lii South, liange 7
West, to Curry County, Oifgon.
Dated in Grams Puss, Oregon, this
4th duy of Jan. I'.KKI.
Secretary of Board.
1 is January 12, I'.'iT,
I RODU'.T CJI.KVX Slinv
OLIVE li S. M.lWX, j
Attoineys for Plaint:?-.
for quick sale
Fine location. "Any old
J. D. DRAKE.
Phone 4S4. Grants Pass, Ore.
Native to ihe soil and climate
mak e the healthiest and best
Eight miles from Grants Pass, in
Applegale Valley, All home grown
trees, true to name, fiee from dis
ease, strong and vigorous growth.
5.000 Spitzenburgs, all whole root,
ctown grafts, trees V. to 4Jj feet
high, $i5 per 1,000; 4Ji to feet,
$70 per 1.000.
Twenty-five other varieties to
select frcm at reasonable prices.
Trees carefully dug and packed
and shipments made to any point
J. H. ROBINSON,
NOTICE OF STC-CKHOLDE'"
Notice is lnrehy given that on Ti--(liiy,
the iltli (lay of Jaiiiiary, lW. j
thu hour of 10 o'clock a. in. ofn"
fiiy, the annua! niei ticg of thea,'
holileis cf the Gnu Is 1 ;iss Eaiitijil
Trust Co., will be lull in thea
building f said cor i.iipiiiD, fur
I ur ose of electiii( a li urd ol D::
tins for the ensuing nir, ni
tnu'niction ct suih oilier liniiue,
limy properly ci me Li fore a.
J. FRANK WATS05 '
L. L. JEWELL, I
Ca-liier anil iimli
Griints Pass, Ore. , Li 1 1 u I er 1, !i;
COLD, WET WEATHER
Reminds All That
Dry Wood is wanted !
The host of seasoned Oak, Laurel,
Kir, l'ine und .Manzaiiita wood de
livered promptly to all parts of the
city at reasonable prices. Five
loads of kindling for $1.00: less
quantity lit 2."ic per load. Mill
blocks, M 75 per lead. Place your
orders now and select from 2,li(i0
cords of good wmsl.
O. O. LUND
Bet Mill and Mom lv west of Gilbert creek
Feed ana Flour Store j m this
J. E. KEKl.I-'.y, Proprietor. J I VjlIllsLLO
The Pioneer Grocer
FAR M-C U R E D
B AC O N
H-rikt Howard, of -.'USI W. S4il St
New York, al one
hvauty spoilrd wliti a
She writes :( "I had Salt Kliciuu cr
Kciema lor ytars, hut nethiuu would
cum it, until I used lluck leu's Arnica
alve." A quick aud sure healer for
cots, burns and sores, i.'s? at all drug
Tho eti'eot of Elootricity on
ino norves is that of a power
ful nerve tonie. It meliorates
new life and energy anil
tones up Ihe relaxed, weak-
tiiui hd heri eneJ and shaky nerves and
akin trouble, j criyes lliem vicorOUS etipr.TV
For the next 30 days, price
$10.00. Re;ular price $".'0.00.
Write or call at ouco.
MODLL DRUG STOUL
E. A. WADE
Dry (Joods, I'lidcrwcar,
No! ions. Ktc.
west Palace hotel
GltANTS PASS, OaEGOX
FXKtLTORS' Mlll'l! TO CEK
Notico is liereby (.'ivt'ii tliattlin
delsinliert have been duly appo'.rc
(xi (liters ot the inale ilPiit-rE.;
seii, ikciascd, by enh r of the I'ct:'
Court of tho Slaie of Urj;rinfoti
Cieiiiy (f JoMjhii:e. All !.,
luivii. clitiiis i . (. n i r t said eiUltf..
lien by nctifiul nrd reqmna '
pn m nt (be s me to liitiifc-e Hauiwi
the city of Giants Pass, UiegOD.Ke
U'lmrles HaiiMi), Ki 1 by, OieM. r
the oflh'c i f J. 11. Annul iu
by. County of Jo.-e) lime. Stair ;
(iiegnii, w cum allied by ihu f"'1'
voiulicis ii nd duly M-iiliul sb'"'
proi idt i! w illnu ix nxiulln ft u
this dm.'. I
iJiltcd Dec. 22, P." .-). ;
OKdl.Oi; IIANSLV 5
Kxcentois of Hie csinie c f Peter fit
si ii, di ci h.-i d. !'
J. H. AVSTLV;
Altorni y Ier EiecnV'.
wk-d-f 150 YEARS'
nnin ta vr-:
i tir r
t"ii t rut Jj
nt rre. t i,.,t nL, I1(.v f(.r
I'sltciltl tRkftl 'irn.ll.- 1 tltiTI
TV vt, imiH.
D ESI UN (
ll II'. it ti! ,-i.Tlp I- '
'iiiii'ti f"t c w ' ,.
FOKFKI'ITKK NOTICE, t
tiraula Puss, Ore., Jan 5, VM-j
the hens of Owen Mi I'nrthy : U
ure liereby noiiiiid Unit I lu ri!
)ieuded tlUO ill labor iinrl imcr"
uieiits upon tbe Ceiib n IJl.i asant i ;
claim situated in (! Uranti iri
Milling Dislrict, Josi-pliine Com";
Ureiion, us will appear by InfJ' :j
certilicato fihd Man li 11. 4
the ollice cf the Comiiv Clerk of .
rosutr on inyo 4M, Vol. Hi, Hit a
H.'ci r.ls. in orl r lo in.'.d saidrirW'
ii mi- r the provisions i f fiction
liinsd Statutes of the I niteri I'll"
being tl-e .itnount rciju rul to hoiii:'
same for the viar fi.i i'K D'de
ill, l'.ii.;.. Amfil' within uinHyn
from ttio M'lvh of th: doii 1
within niiietv ilnv- aliT tlii
by publi(iit-on) yen fail or relth-i
coiiinbute your pronation ol "
expi nil it tire" ss a co-owner, !"0,t
tel. si in mid claim will Is-cfiw '
mo crtv of the nilscrili-r n:'i'r'.
Hon 2:li4. . I. J. IIVM ,"'
A T.i1tmiilv III nu n i r ,
("illation of miv , i ,' '
t four 'i,. . .
Wood Wiu-kiiia Shop-
West of flour mill, nea
Turiiiriir. Sen. II tt'ort. M
fauimM nl ii ct Verl. ...
j Kiliiii! aii.l iuniiiiiii', l.ej'iur
K. R ti;
l ! u '9 '
and SALE STABLES
DEAN ti DICKIS0N, Proprietors.
'-'""n -tftlnn.lSt, Pm .vsSM ,ir,
a i - I w"n rei
i)ncd Iruitsof All Kinds Ta,ma,
Cattle R&i.ch For Rent
320 acre, ou S.vcu-Mile erect about
Hvo miles southwest f,o,u Fort
Maniatli. OreBou. All fe.cd, ,,.
lartte barn, ample water iurir.!T. will
cut ahout W tons wild hay. Add ...
wirn reiereucea. P ll K. v.
the iu ii.
a ill tT
tH.Uttl''''. t-'1' ;
Ju l. Ir. U ll.iiUUa'i
moor Ur.F..nnnil flir I '
f-Mpt nt rn.-o Art r 0t Jl.'"1
MANUFACTURING CO.. fui. C.oe
Grovels Ta.tAlpce rhiu
m . - ouica: n.oot Uvcr mis.