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A 25 Reduction
Lasting 30 days, beginning October 1st, at
.Paddock's Bicycle Den.
i Can Show You
A Better Bargain in "
farm Lands and
Than you could find
in a year by yourself
The Real Estate Man
Hello 393 Office, 611 Residence.
516 E Street Grants Pass. Ore.
Grants Pass Feed Store
& L. GILLETT, Propr.
All Kinds of Flour, Feed, Mill Feed, Hay, Grain,
Pou'trv Foods, Etc.
Cor. 6th and J. Sts.
25 SCHOOL iUPPLIEJ
BGHNKG-0ALKGR fhe leading
quipraenf $u.00OMt invsvrpassed
wcsl of Chicago
Ctfchavc on fik, applications from business men
SpU,i95 toAi1.oo , 607
Pupib plactcd in lucrative positions during
this ti. 287 ; :
Graduates alt employed
kk vill not only equip yoofor hfe rork
but will place you in a position jr ran cowpoew
bunecd uj as a school and we need y ou(
as a bupU Nov is the fa
Wit for cntalogu
in i m-
Take Laxative Bromo Quimne Tablets.
Seven MOBon boxes sold at 1
Grants Pass, Ore.
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POKl LAND, OWJ
AwJ.l,19oe. 681 pupils
To Cure aOw "n One Day
DESPERADOES SLIP Gl AKi)3.
tong-TImew Escape From an Alask
n Ship on the Way to Jnll.
Eagle City, Alaska. Oct. 10.
Thornton and Hendrlckson, two ol
the most" desperate criminals Alaska
has ever had to contend with, mads
their escape last evening oft the La
vrlie Young, while she was takine on
ood at Nation, fifty miles below
I'oth men were convicted Septem
'"r l. 1906, to serve fifteen years,
Mich at McNeil's Island on charges of
assaulting their jailers In a previous
fight for freedom, at which time they !
escaped from the Fairbanks jail. !
Overland Limited Wrecked.
Evanston, Wyo., Oct. 10. The
east bound overland limited on the
Union Pacific was wrecked a. half
mile west of this place last night at
about 7 o'clock. Four coaches. In
cluding the diner, are off the track
and partially turned over. No one
was seriously injured, though many
have painful cuts and bruises.
RATIONS FIGHT FLOOD,
COMPLICATIONS MAY DEVELOP j
IN SALTON SEA, NOW COVER
ING 200 SQL-ARE MILES.
Washington, Oct. 10. Who is re
sponsible for the creation of the Sal
ton Sea In Southern California, which!
already covers an area of 400 square
miles and threatens to spread over
2,000 square miles if some means of
diverting the Colorado river cannot
be devised. Both the United States
and Mexico are bending every effort
to check the river which has been
accidentally turned from Its course
through the efforts of the California
Development Company to irrigate
lands in Northern Mexico and South
Again and again, the Southern Pa
cific railroad has been compelled to
move its tracks which ran through
the Salton sink, and has been forced
on to the foothills surrounding the
great basin which is being converted
into a sea. Several small towns are
now beneath the waters which the
Colorado has poured Into the basla,
and in many places only the tops of
telegraph poles indicate where the
roadbed formerly was.
In the lowest part of the sink, the
water is now 70 feet deep. For a
time the water from the Colorado
raised the sea at the rate of six In
ches a day and it has been estimated
that granting the failure of engineers
to check the river In forty years, all
the basin located beneath the main
course of the Colorado will be cov
ered with water.
A part of this basin is In Mexico,
and a failure to control the river
would give this country and Mexico
a lake comparable to the great lakes
separating the United States and
Canada. At present the lake is great
er than any body of water wholly
within the United States except Salt
Lake and Lake Michigan.
International complications have
developed, growing out of the fact
that existing treaties provide that the
Colorado shall be maintained as a
navigable stream, which Is not now
the case because it has been com
pletely diverted from the Gulf of Cal
ifornia into the great sink.
Child Is Enticed From Home.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 10. Susie
Becker, 3 years old, the daughter of
Fred Becker, is believed to be In the
hands of kidnapers. Yesterday after
noon while Susie and her brother
were on Main street, about a block
from their home, the girl was ap
proached by a woman who asked her
to go for a walk. The child readily
accompanied the woman, expecting
the usual reward of candy. At sup
per time, when the parents discov
ered that Susie was missing, the po
lice were notified. The only descrip
tion the lad could give of the strange
woman was that she was dressed In
Protection From Disease.
Washington, Oct. 10. Brigadier
General Elliott, commanding the ma
rine corps, has begun a vigorous
campaign to protect his men in Cuba
from yellow fever. Ten barrels of oil
f citronella have been ordered sent
to Cuba immediately and every ma
rine on guard duty will be supplied
with a bottle of this oil to be used in
protecting himself from mosquito
la Two Days.
FIRE DEVOIRS BIO FORTCXB.
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles. Oot. 10 The Iom'?"" Sn hand or or one-half rasb
frnm r. i. ii,. . .
from fhe Bre In the Chamber of Com-
merce building last night is esUmated
at $65,000, all but $5,000 or which
is the property of tenants In the
hn,n- w.u. .
u.ului ui ine unam-
vumiNcrcB ud me second nooriaeo. 14 iwp. 40 S, K 8 w of will
were not materially damaged.
The cause of the fire has not been
learned, but it is believed to have
been caused by the careless use of a
match or from a cigar stub,
Missing Youth Returned to Parents.
New York. Oct. 10 Willie La Bar
bara, the 4-year-old Italian boy who
has been missing from his home for
more than two weeks and who was
believed to have been kidnaped, was
restored to his parents today. The
little fellow was found wandering
about the streets at the Brooklyn end
of the Brooklyn bridge Saturday
night and taken to the rooms of the
Children's Society. He was identified
Advertising Men Meet in Convention,
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 10. The annu
al coaventlon of the National Feder
ation of Advertising Clubs begat
here today with delegates present
from all over the country. The larg
est delegation is from Chicago, head
ed by Hugh W. Montgomery, actlni
president of the Federation.
Mrs. Jefferson Davis 111.
Colorado Springs, Col.; Oct. 10.
Mrs. J. A. Hayes left Colorado
Springs last night for New York city,
called by the announcement of tha
serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
'Jefferson Davit, widow of the presi
dent of the Confederate State.
What Ails Tout
Do you feel weak, tired, despondent,
have t nil neii t headaches, coated tongtio,
bitter or bad taste in morning, "heart
burn," belching of gas, acid risings in
throat uftor eating, stomach gnaw or
burn, foul hreaih, dlgzy spells, poor or
variable appetite, nausea at times and
If yoTNiave any considerable number of
thesahovefjsjiMoms you are suffering
fronijillousMaNrpId liver with Indl
tcstlonNiOdfcVepiiw Pr. Pierce OnMen
Medlp plyrnverv s m:tle lip of the ninvtl
valpa hie meilicinal nri ncliiles known to
meiliral si-lence for the perm:tiiept cure i
Hich abiioriiKil conditions It i a iiuisT
efiicicnt liver invigorator. stomach tonic,
bowel regulator and nerve strnngthencr.
The "tiolden Medical Discovery " is not
a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a
full list of Its ingredients being printed
on its bottle-wrapper and attested under
oath. A glance at Its formula will show
that It contains no alcohol, or harmful
habit-forming drugs. It Is a fluid extract
made, with pure, trlplo-rofined glycerine,
of proper strength, from the roots of the
follow Inn native American forest plants,
viz.. Golden Seal root. Stone root, Black
Chorrybark, Queen's root, Hloodroot, and
The following leading medical authorities,
among a ho!.t of others, exlol Die foregoing
roots for the cure of Just surh ailments as tl
atHivesyniptomslnd Irate: TroMC. itartholow.
M. P.. of .lelTi-rson Mi-1. Oil lege, I'lilla ; I'mf.
H.C W001I. M. l)..of I Hlv.of I'a.: l'rof K.clwln
M. Male. M. 11.. of Hahnemann Med. College,
(iilcago; l'rof, John King. M. I). Author of
American lilsis-nsatorv; Prof. Jno. M. Ncud
der. M. !.. Autlioruf SiierlHc Medicines; l'rof.
Laurence Johnson. M. 11.. Med. Iiept. Tnlv. of
N. V.: l'rof. I inlcy Klllngwood, M. I).. Author
of Materia Medieaand l'rof. In Iteunetl Medi
cal College. Chicago. Send name and ad
dress on I'ostal Card to lir. It. V. I'leree. Buf
falo. N. V and receive trtt. booklet giving
extracts from writings of all the atsive medi
cal authors and many others endorsing. In ths
strongest possible terms, each and every In
gredient of which "Oolden Medical Illacov
ery" Is i-nmnost'd. f
lir. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and
Invigorate stomat-h. liver and liowels. They
mav Is- used 'n conjunction with "Oolden
Medical IMsmvery " If Isiwels are much con
atlnated. They're tiny and sugar-coated.
Consumptives Made Comfortable.
Incipient consumption is cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar, but we do not
hold out false hopes to consumptives
by claiming that it will cure this
dread disease in the advanced stages;
but if the lungs are not too far gone
Foley's Honey and Tar will effect a
core, as it stops the rackiog con nh
aud soothes the in flamed air passages
giving them a chance to heal, aud
even in the advanced stages it always
gives comfort and relief A. A. Her-
ren. or r inch, Ark., writes: ' foley s
llouey aud Tar is the best preparation
or couhgs and long trouble. I know
that it has cured consumption iu the
first stages." For Bale by H. A.
A Badly Burned Girlr
or boy, man or woman, is quickly
out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica halve
is applied promptly, G. J. Welch, of
Tekousha, Mich., says: "I use it in
my fatuily for cuts, sores and all skin
injuries, and find it perfect." Quick
est Pile core known. Best healing
salve made. 2oo at all drug stores.
Has Himid the Teat 2(i Years.
The old. original GROVES' Taste
less Chill Tonic. Yon know what yon
are Inking. It is iron and quinine in
a tastless form. o core, no pay,
EXECUTORS' SALE OF
Notioe is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the Hon. Stephen
Jewell, couuty judge for Josephine
County, Oregon, made and entered
August 28, 1WR, in the matter of the
estate of James Lyttle, deceased, di
recting the sale of the real property
I ereinafter described, and providing
and eptcifying the turina and con
ditions thereof, that we, the nuder-
signed, t e executors of the last will
ad of the estate of James Lyttle, de
ceased, will, after Friday, September
23, 1906, sell at private sale to the
'highest and best bidder, for terms
i Miance on time not exceeding three
years, bearing interest at eight per
. cent per anunui, and secured by first
mortgage on said real estate all the
! f'i11!" 8",d lV ' m,ia
iJ to the following described
premises to-wit: the S. W. hi of
aniette Meridian also the S. 4 of the
l?8i K '?.? S'. E- -V .the
j. ... 74 m , uo a, n, mm iois
o ana 4 CH'O. IO, iwp. 41 D, IV tf W. 01
Willamette Meridian all in Josephine
bounty, Oregon; subject to oontiriua
tiou by the court.
PETTES P. PAYNE,
Executors residing at Kerby, Jose'
phiue county, Oregou.
In the county conrt of the State of
Oregon, for Josephine Couuly.
John Hergps, 1
To A. Richard, the above uaoied de
Iu the name of the State of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear and
auswer the complaint filed against
yon in the above entitled orurt and
cause within six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
summons, which said date is October
5, loot! to-wit on or before the lth
day of November, 1U06 and if yon fail
so to answer or otherwise plead, for
want thereof, the plaiutiff will take
iudgment against yon for the sum of
'ifty Dollars as speoifled in his com
plaint, and for his costs and disburse
ments in this action and will at the
same time apply to said oourt for an
order of sale of the real property
herein attached to-wit: Lot six (tl)
in Block Fifty-five (So) original town
site of the town of Grants Pass, Jose
phine county, Oregon, and that the
prooeeds of said sale be applied in
payment and satisfaction of said judg
ment. This summons is published pursunat
to an order of the Hon. Stephen
Jewell, Jndge of the county court of
the Btate of Oregon, for Josephine
county, made October 4, 1000, order
ing said summons to be published In
the Rogue River Courier for six suc
cessive weeks from date of the first
OLIVER 8. BROWN,
Attorney for the plaintiiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Coonty Court for Josephine
In the Matter of the1)
Estate of Margaret
Hughes, Deceased. J
Notice is hereby given, that Mar
gueritte Riddle hat been appointed
administratrix of the Estate of Mar
garet Hughes, deceased, by order of
the Connty Court for Josephine
Coonty, Oregon, made on September
20, 1000, and all persons having olaims
against said estate - are hereby notified
to present the same duly verified to
the said administratrix within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice, at the law
office of H. D. Norton in the City of
(Jrants Pass, Josephine Connty, Ore
gon. Date of first publication October S,
NOITCE TO CREDITORS.
Io the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregou for Jocephlue County.
In the Matter of the As
signment of the South
ern Oregon General
Hospital, a Charitable
Notioe is hereby give
Southern Oregou Geueral
a Charitable Corporation,
under the laws of
gou, lias made an
the State of Ore-
aKsigument to the
undersigned, J. E. Peterson, for the
benefit of all of its oreditors, and all
persons having claims against said
insolvent corporation are herbeby
notified to present the same, properly
verified, to the undersigned asNiguee,
at the law olllce of H. D. Norton, at
Urauti Pass, Josephine Couuty,
Oregon, within three mouths from the
date of this notice.
Dated October ft, 1900.
J. E. PETERSON,
Assignee for the Hootliern Oregon
Geueral Hospital, a Corporation.
NOTICE TO CERDITORS.
In the matter of 1
the Estate of I
Notioe is hereby g'ven t h it the
undersigned has been dulv ai point d
administratrix of the etsa ul Murie
Uedmau, deceased, and duly qualified
as the same, therefore notice is htitt by
given to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the estate
of said deceased to exhibit them, with
the 1 ecessary vouchers within six
months after the first publication of
this notice, to said administratrix at
her residence at Kerby, Josephine
Dated this 1st day of September,
ANNIE M. FIESTER,
J. H. Austin,
Attorney for the estate.
Notice is hereby given that the
ondersigned, by virtue of an order of
UK14 ttoontr. Oregon, will on and
ftrthe UOtb day of October, ltfofl,
I aell at nri viiIm .ul h In. ,H ul, tn I. ....
, IMS IO UJOrin UY UiO (JUUI1LT LrOUri OI
I A . ...In W. . t 1 i 1 1 . . M
mo loiiowing rieeerlbed real projierty
oeionging to the estate of K. L. Oray,
deceased, to-wit: Lots 7. 8 and 0.
of Block fii in Grants Pass, Oregon.
Inquire at office of Joseph Moss.
Dated this a.Hh day of September,
J. A. BUCHANAN.
Administrator of the Estate of E. L.
t' K'.y. s ,.-i
- -jav' m
Ely's Cream Balu
This Remedy la a Specific,
Sure to Clve Satisfaction.
OIVIS RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, henls, and protects ths
diseased uieuibnmn. Jt c-ires Catarrh auj
drives awuy a Oold in t!i. Ilmui quickly.
Itestores the Senses of Tn-'e and Smell.
Easy to use. Cont ii-is m, I I -ri. .in.
Applied into the nost-i1- nil iIsi.-1hL
Large Size, fid cents ut 1 ; 1 .-isi - hy
mail; Trial Sue, Id ( 1 v 1 t..'l.
ELY BROThTRS. r"
"To Cure a Felon"
says ham Kendall, of ; Phillipsburg,
Kan., "just cover it over with Bunk-
leu's Arnica Salve and the Salve will
do the rest." Quickest cure for
Burns, Boils, Sores, Scalds, Wounda,
Piles, Eczema. Salt Rheum. Chapped
Haunds, Sore Feet aud Sore Evea.
Only 26o at all drug stores.
If you have a building 1
that you want moved,
raised or leveled up,
call on or address
A. E. Hollo way.
Residence 2 miles west of
city, north side of river.
F. G. ROPER
jbl m .m. .JLJ -v JL X 'SJ suar
Harmon Blk up stairs
SUITS HADE TO OBDEK
Promptly and ol the best material
and in the latest style.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
Southern Oregon Contract
ing & Construction Co.
Estimates and bids fusnished ost
Ditches, Dams, Bridges, Tunnels,
Office, Room 3 Masonic Temple.
WALL PAPER and
W.P.Shsrmsn and E.F.LeMleux
SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J
Full stock of Wall Paper all doslgot
quality and prices.
Paints. VarnUhoa, Oils, Brushes
rtu. i,m Atit.t.a allt.nlfna
Mall ordors promptly filled.
Palace Barber Shop
BATES & WILLIAMS, Proprs.
Shaving, Hair Cutting
Ha ths, Etc.
Everything nest and clean and a
woric r irsi-iaasa.
E. A. WADE
Dry (Joods, Underwear,
west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, OREGON,
No sensational or questionable mat
ter allowed in the Courier.
Dr. William.1 Indian PIU
jP 1 I L Nointmaiil will cure IIIIimI,
I II I I n wUIh1Iii and luiuluc
JI m I fcwl'tlea. U absorb. iha tumors.
anaya ma iicdiuk at uuce, acta
as s poulilrs, gives Insiant re
lief. Lir. Williams' lndl.nl'lleOloW
U- mmit is prepared for Piles and lu-a-Inf
of the private parts. Every boi Is
aiL of prlef. M coots and f WIUIAMf
KtlmciKTiictiNQ rn . Pmna, .llevsleid" -Vt
roTT PENNYROYAL PILLS
Stvfa Sk.nd rallswbU.
ovoroorn wesvkness, irv.
cress vigor, banish palna.
Ho remedy equavl lH.
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