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iOGUS RIVE A CGukl&k, GkvNiS PASS, OmZS, DECEMBER 14, 1906.
JUD TAYLOR Will
25 Discount on
Knives, and Talking Maching
AT THE "
How Stove Putty A tlecti Health.
result of an uneven temperature iu tbe room,
move uutty falls out of the warns, causing- a
lack of control nv-r tlm tir., !..,.. ti.
cannot be kept uniform. The stoves which
have no putly In their construction and are
therefore air-tight and at all times urninr
perfect control are Cole'a Original Hot Blast
Coal stoves and Air-tight Wood stoves. They
require but half the usual amount of fuel end
keep eveu heat, dar and night. Ask to see
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
The Courier hat tne laregst circula
tion of any paper in Southern Oregon.
Woodborn, Ore., F. W. Settlemier, Propr.
Growers of First-Class, Fruit and Shade Trees.
Evergreens, Roses, Climbing Plants, Etc.
A. L. K IT CHIN
GRANTS PASS' - - OREGON.
Ro$ue River Valley
Meserve & Meade
Courier Block, Grants Pass
In distant papers and an acquaintance all over the Coast ecables us to
MAKE QUIGK SALES
Some fine bargains in Fruit and Dairy Lands, Stock Ranches, Quartz
And Placer Mines, Town Property, Business Chances, for cash or on time
and SALE STABLES
OILM0EE & EOEEN, Proprietors.
H Street between! Filth and Sixth Phohi 881 Grants Paas,',Oregon
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PAD'bOCK, Proprietor.
I am prepared to furnish anything in the line of Cemetery work in any klor?
of Marble or Granite. .....
Nearly thirty yeara of experience in tbe Marble business warrants my aayinr
that I can fill your ordera in the very best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind of
Front street, next to Green's Gnnahop.
Tale Laxative Bromo Qmnine Tabietsre
Seven MUHon boxes soli 1e pes' 12 months. This signature,
Sell for a Short Time
New Cure for Epilepsy.
J. B. Wattruian, of Watertcwn, O.,
Rural free delivery, writes: "My
daughter, afflicted for yeara with
epilepsy, was oured by Dr. King's
New Life Pills. She baa not had an
attack for over two yeara." Beat
body cleanser and life giving tonic
pills on eartth. 25o at all drug stores.
Courier gives all the county
Christmas Is Coming
We have a full supply of Poultry
for sale, Turkeys, Geese, Chickens,
Ducks and etc. Leave orders in
time at the
City Meat Market.
J. H. AHLF. - Prop. '
To Cure a bk One Day
"Thru" appeared in the Evening
Mail's ortbograpa yesterday for tbe
Drat and, we devoutly hope, tbe last
June. la deference to President i
Roosevelt the word as spelled In hit
mesange as he prefera to have it.
"Through" never waa and - never
will be prononnoed "thru," except
by a vulgar and indefensible confu
sion of "u" with "oo." That con
fusion is the aurvival of a New En
gland provincialism. Outside of New
York, where a neighbor's sin is aadly
prevalent, it ia only in tbe atates set
tled by New Englandera that this or-
tbceplcal crime ia committed. It ia
an injustioe to the great majority of
native-born citizens to speak of it as
an "Americanism.' rue mass of
even uneducated Americana give the
"u" ita due, not its "doo."
"Thru" ia a mystification to mill
ions of people in the United Stales
as well as every subject of Great
Britain. It ia impossible for them to
conceive of any etymological eccen
tricity absurd enough to demand a
phonetio "thru." To - those better
acquainted with - the prevalence of the
vulgarism, the objectionable combi
nation of letters is not only a needless
obstacle in the way of real spelling
reform. It is a sanctioning of one of
the worst of verbal sins which the
newly formed Society for the study
of Spoken English waa organized to
"Thru" ia not simplified spelling.
It ia simply an' offense to good taste
and an affront to the English lan
guage. New York MaiL '
Long Ttnneoe Fight.
For 30 years W. L. Rawla, cf Bella,
Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. Be
writes: "The swelling and soreness
inside my nose waa fearfnl till I
began applying Backlen'a Aroica
Salve to the sore surface; this casued
tbe soreness and swelling to disap
pear never to return." Best aalve in
exiatenoe. 25o at all druggists.
Fresh Air Without Draft
Fresh air cranks have been en
deavoring the last few years to edu
cate the' publio in the proper use of
fresh air. As a rule people are not
averse to plenty of fresh air, but they
are strongly opposed to drafts. To
properly ventilate a room so that all
drafts will he avoided ia a difficult
problem. To successfully do so means
tbe purchase of costly apparatus. A
very simple arrangement has recently
been pateuted by a Pennsylvania in
ventor. This ventilator waa designed
to admit the entrance of any amount
of fresh air, but at the same time to
prevent the air from flowing in In
gusts. When a window is raised, the
wind blows directly into -the room.
This is impossible with this ventila
tor, the front serving as a shield.
All. air must come down through tha
open top, any force which It may
have being broken before it reaches
the room. The ventilator is supported
on hooka on the outside of tbe win
dow frame, the amount of ventilation
being regulated by raising and lower
ing the window the distance desired.
WHAT IS CATARRH?
Simple Wav to Overcome the
Dangers of this Disagreeable
Stomach dosing in the hope of cor
ing catarrh of the head aud throat is
useless and often leada to serious,
Hyoniei, breathed through special
inhaler that cornea with every outfit
brings a medicated healing air to
every part ot the nose aud throat,
killing all catarrhal germs and sooth
ing and easing any irritation iu the
A oomplete riyomet outnt costs bnt
fl, extra bottles of Hyomei if needed
50 oents, and Rotermnnd gives his
personal guarantee with every park
age that money will be refonded on
less the treatment cures.
Curst Old Sort
Westmoreland, Knits'., May fl, l!H)2.
"Ballard Snow Liniment Co. Yoor
Snow Liniment cored an old sore on
the aide of my chin that was supposed
to he a cancer. The sore we stub
born JUld would not yield to treatment
until I tried ffnpw" Liniment, which
did the work in short order. My
sister, Mrs. Sophf J. Caraon, Aliens-
ville, Miffin Co., Pa. hs a sore and
mistrnsta that it ia calCfT. Please
send her a 50o bottle. " ?ot tale by
National Drug Co. and Rotern? "Bd
What Do They Cure?
The above question Is often asked con
cerning Dr. Pierce's two loading medi
cines, "Golden Medical Discovery ana
Tbe answer Is that "Golden Medical
Discovery Is a most potent alterative or
blood-purl tier, and tonic or In vigors tor
and acts especially favorably In a cura
tive way upon all the mucous lining sur
faces, as ot the nasal passages, throat,
bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels and
bladdeer-curing a large per cent, of catar
rhal cake w hether the disease affects the
Basal passes, the utcoat, larynx, bron
chia, stomacuNfas catarHtil dyspepsia),
bowels (as m uVi i WmdiT'fcJ. bladder.
uterus or other pelvic orgJrn Even In
the chronic r -"
affei-tioin. it. is nfun
lv stagey ' ifu-j
.successful 111 a fleet-
j.'he-favorite Prescrlntlpnria advised
lm'gui.irHlo incident to. wuincn uiflV.
is a powerful yet g'oiuTy acting im moral
Ing tonic and nervine. For weak worn--out,
over-worked women no matter what
has caused the break-down, "Favorite
Prescription "will be found most ellective
in building up tho strength, regulating
the womanly functions. suUluing pain
and bringing about a healthy, vigorous
coudltion of the whole system.
A book of particulars wrais each bottle
giving the formulas of both medicines and
quoting what scores of eminent med
ical authors, whoso works are consulted
by physicians of all the schools of practice
as guides iu prescribing, say of each In
gredient entering into these medicines.
The words of praise bestowed nn the
several Ingredients entering Into Doctor
Pierce's modicines bv such writers should
have more weight than any amount of
non - professional testimonials, because
such men are writing for the guidance of
their medical brethren and know whereof
Both medicines are non-alcoholic, non
secret, and contain no harmful habit
forming drugs, Ix-ing composed of glyceric
extracts of the roots of native, American
medicinal forest plants They are both
sold by dealersi In medicine. You can't
afford to accept as a substitute for one ol
these medicines of known composition,
any secret nostrum.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated,
easy to take as candy, regulate and In
vigorate stomach, liver and bowels,
How to Strengthen it so .That It
Will Act as it Should.
To enjoy both health and happiness,
it ia absolutely necessary that the
stomach and digestive organs should
be etrcng enough to properly digest
the food. If they are weak and in
active, tbe body w ill soon be in a
state of semi-starvation.
Nothing equals Mi-o-na stomach'
tablets in giving strength and tone to
the whole digestive system. Use this
remedy for a few days, and you will
find the appetite keen, the digestion
good, no nausea or distress after eat
ing, no sleeplessness, no nervousness
and the backaches and headaches that
are the direct results of a weakened
stomach, will soou be overcome.
Ask Rotermnnd to aliow you the
guarantee wbich he gives with every
50 cent box of Mi-o-na. It la the one
remedy he haa enough faith in to
Has Stood the Teat 25 Yeara.
The old. original GROVES' Taste
less Chill Tonic. You know what yon
are taking. It is iron and quinine in
a tastless form. No onre, no pay. 50a.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Josef bine County.
Hetbert Smith, Trustee")
of tbe Estate of E. L.
Emma M. Doyle, John
M. Doyle and J. F.
To Emma M. Doyle, and John M.
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you and each of you are hereby re
nnired to anuear and answer com
plaint filed herein withiu aix weeka
from the first publication hereof aud
if yon fail so to appear or answer,
plaintiff will apply to fhe above en
titled court for jodgment as prayed for
in raid cotnnlaiut against von, to-wit:
for the sum of Six Hundred Dollars
(iM)0) with interest at 8 per cent irom
March 22, 1005, together with costs and
disbursements, and attorney s tees ana
for an order of sale to sen tne ioiiow
ing described real rroperty, to-wit :
Lots 12, IS and 17 in Central Addltlao
to the City of Grants Pass
Also beginning at a stake 435.0 feet
West from a stake 00 feet from the
North Bank of Rogne River on. the
West line of 5th street, running theaue
northwesterly 214.6 feet on a line
parallel with 5th street, thenne west
Itfi) feet, thence south 214.6 feet and
thenoe east 190 feet to the place of
beginning, situate in Central .Addi
tion to the City of Grants Pass.
This anmuioni li noblished by order
of Stephen Jewell, Judge of the
Coouty Court of the State aforesaid in
and for Josephine Conntr. mado on
the 10th day of November, I90
The date of tha flrrt publication of
this oinmons ia November 10th. 1906,
and the last day of publication ia De
outk tuim Saiit nnli 1 leaf ton
will run tor SIX COnteounvo weeaa. .,....,
HOUGH & BLANCH ARD, Wlllarrt Green of Grants Pass, Ore
. irneys for Plaintiff, gon; Wealey B. Sherman, of Grants
- L 1 Pass, Oregon, and H. Adolph Roter-
.... . rxm-B 1 mund of Grants Pass, Oregon.
NOTICE tO CHEDlIuftS j Anyinoall persons claiming adversely
Notice i hereby Ktycn' hf the nndl" J th sbove-tlirlhsd l"da are requested
signed, Katherinn kretisu, adminia-1 l(j tD),ir daltni in ttilsofUcs on or be-
tratrlx of the estate of Nancy Loy,
deaeased, to the creditors sad al per-.
sons having claims against said do- j
ceased, to exhibit them with the
.necessary vouchers, within six nictrtha'
jfrom the firet publication of this'
; ICfice', to Slid administratrix at Iter
residence On the corner of 8tli and J
!Kir"tt. Grants Pass. Oregon, or at
j the office' of Hendricks and Johnston,
opposite fjfcst Office. Tbe same be
ing the place for the transaction of
1 tfe business of the said estate.
I Dated November W, ItWrt.
1 tr.. ilri-t; ft A: .Tnhtiht'n.
Attorneys Ir the administratrix.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon lor Josephine County.
To George McManna, the above named
In tbe name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby aummoned and re
quired to appear in the above entitled
oourt and answer the complaint filed
against you in the foregoing entilted
snit on or before aix weeka from the
date of the Brat publication of thia
aomnions, which, first date of publica
tion ia Friday, November 33, 1906,
and the last date of said publication,
and the last date for yoor appearance
ik Friday, January 4, 1907, audyonare
hereby notified that in oase yon fail to
appear and answer or otherwise plead
within the time aforesaid, that the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for in the oouiplaiut,
viz: for a deciee dissolving tbe bonds
of matrimony now and heretofore
existing between the plaiutiff and de
fendant, and that the plaintiff be de
creed to be the owuer iu fee simple of
Lot 4, Blook 69 of Railroad Addition
to the Town of Grants Pass, Josephine
Comity, Oregon ; and that plaintiff be
awarded the exclusive care and ens
tody of tbe minor children, named in
the complaint, via: Edna, Ethel,
Emery, Hiram and Dorathy, and
that plaintiff have auch other and
further relief aa ia equitable.
Tliia summons ia published by order
of the Hon. Stephen Jewell, County
Judge for Josephine County, Oregou,
directing the publication thereof in
the Rogue River Courier, published
at Grants Pass, Josephine County,
Oregon, not lees than onoa a week for
a period of aix successive weeks, the
said order being dated November 8a,
H. D. NORTON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the")
estate of O.W. V
Chapln, Deceased. J
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of
G. W. Chapln, deceased, to present
your statement of claim, with proper
voocnera, within six months rrom tbe
first date of thia notice, towit:
November 80th, 190H, to Luoy Chapln,
Administratrix, at Leland. Oregon.
Thia notice ia published tv order of
Htepnen Jewell, judge or Josephine
County, Oregon, in the Rogue River
Courier for foor weeka.
MRS LUOY CHAPIN.
By H. B. Hendricks, her attorney.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878.
United States Land Olflce.
Roseburg, Oregon, Oct. 9, 190S.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act ol
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act fer the sale of timber lands in tbe
Stales of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," aa extended to
all the Public Land Statea by act of An
ATTWOOD A. KIRBY
of Pomeroy, County of Garfield, State
of Wabiugton haa thia day tiled in thia
office hia sworn statement No. 7159 for
the purchase of the SWJ-4- or E,1
8WI4, Lots 8 and 4, of section No.
18 in Township 84 South, Range No.
3 W, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought ia more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish hia
claim to said laud before John M,
Booth, United States Commissioner,
at his office at Granta Pais, Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1907.
He names bs witnesses :
Wesley B. Sherman, of Grants Pass,
Oregon; John Hill Is, of Winter, Ore
gon , Mary Thompson of Tacoma,
Wash., aud Ozro S. Blauohard of
Granta Pass, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adverse!
the above-described lands are requested
to file their claims in thia ollice on or be
fore said 8th day of January, 11)07.
Kknjamin L. Eonv, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLiCATIOS'.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
. United Statea Land UlHce.
Roseburg. Oregon, Sept. 10, 1900.
Notice ia hereby given that in com'
pliance with the provisiona ot tha act
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands in
the States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," aa ex
tended to all the Public Land State by
actot August 4, 1KUZ,
GEORGE J. ATKINS
of Marietta, County oi Lancaster,
State of Pennsylvania, has this day
tiled In thia ollloe hia sworn aiatement
No. 7096, for the purchase of Lots 6,
7 and 8 and bww mww, mi -i b':
of Hectlon No. 10 In Township No.
5 South, Range No. 7 West, aud wil'.
offer proof to show that the land
sought ia more valuable for its timber
or stone than tor agricultural pur
poses, and to establish' hia claim to
laid land before Arthur Conklin,
United Statea Commissioner, at hia
office at Grants Pace, Oregon, on
j Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1907.
lie uamea aa
befortf s;d stbdey oi January, luw.
ftm.MMia L. Knnv, Register,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION',"
Notice is herebTtiVMiJ that I have
hu appointed adrdntRtraor of the
estate of J. H. .'toss, derteateii. All
petVms having claima aai.t tho said
estate are hereby required to file the
same' properly vended, With my
attnrniy at Grants Pass, Oregon,
witjiin si t months from the 1ULU day
of November, 1906.
CHARLES F. ROSS,
Oliver S. Brown,
i AUorby forAdmiuistrato.-.
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy la a Specific,
Sure to'Clve Satisfaction.
OIVCS RILIIF AT ONCt.
It cloanses, soothes, heals, aud protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh aud
drives aw a Cold in tha Head qtiicklv.
Hostores the Senses of Taste aud rimeil,
Kasy to use. Contains no injurious ilrnirs.
Applied iuto tho nostrils ami nhiorbed.
Large Bixe, SO rents Rt Drnugista or ly
mail: Trial Size, 10 rents hy mail.
ELY BROTHERS. 58 War-soft.. N.w v..Ht.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Josephine County.
Maud Tallmarige, I
To Maud Tallmadge tbe defendant
above named :
lit the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint fib d in the
above entitled anit within aix weeka
from the 80th day of November, (906,
and If you fail ao to answer, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in hia complaint,
to-wit : for a decree dissolving and
annulling the bonda of matrimony
now exiating between the plaintiff
and defendant, and for snob other
and farther relief aa to the Court may '
seem eqnltabU. This aomnions ia
Eubliahed by virtue of an order made
y Hon. Stephen Jewell, County
Judge of Josephine County, Oregon,
and dated November S, 1906.
OLIVER S. BROWN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Miners' blanks at the Courier office
If you have a building
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
Harmon Blk up stairs
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Promptly and of the beet material
and in the latest style.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING
WALL PAPER and
W.P.Sharmin and E.F.LeMlcux
SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J
Full stock of Wall Paper all designs
quality and prices.
Paints, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes
a'i "d Artiet.ii 'im-Ue.
Mall ordors promptly filled.
Acclimated Fruit Trees
Give the Best Results.
Transplant trees from a dump aoll
and a wet climate to a semi-arid sec
tion like Rogne ltiver Valley will be.
such a change of conditions that the
trees will make little growth the first
.year aud will require at loaat two
yeara to become acclimated.
.Yakima Valley has the same climate
and conditions aa Rogue River Valley
and trees from tbe
Yakima Yalley Nursery
will give tbe bent results to Southern
Oregon growers- Large stookaud
Full Stook of Fral'fTreea Hualthy
and trae to name, v Prices that are
W. D. In-allsi