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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JANUARY 18, 1907.
Grants Pass, Oreg.,
in a fever of
DEAF HADE TO HEAR
THE LAME TO WALK
Opera House Packed.
Nothing Like It Ever
Seen in Grants
Dr. Madison and staff, of the Medi
cal Institute or Liverpool, 'England,
and Orawfordsville, Id. , leotured to
a large audisnoe Tuesday night Xbe
doctors ire agreeable and forceful
speakers and held the audience in
otuae attention while they explained
the theory and usefulueas of their
Maov promises were made whloh
seemed utterly impossible to believe,
and when the doctor invited those
who were hard of hearing to oome
forward and be cured, J. U. Dotsoo,
W. K. Whipple, and W. F. Longville
responded to the call and were made
to hear a whinner in a few sooouds.
The doctors then called for cripples
on orutehes, and U. W. Fahs re
sponded. He was addicted with that
giant disease, rheumatism, for three
years, and he was unable to walk ex
cept with crutches and great difficulty
and pain. He was operated on with
medicine for JO minutes and walked
olT the stage free from pain and
stilTuem, followed by the wondering!
crowd, while the doctor broke his
orutehes. To say the audience was
astonished and wild would be putting
" miiniy. me doctors were warmly
congratulated. ll seemed like a
dream, but it was real. Ministers
and doctors were In the audience and
ihey seemed as ell pleased hs any.
l'hey treat the following diseases:
Paralysis, catarrh, deafness, big
neck, bladder and kldnev diseases,
rheumatism, scrofula, loss of macly
Vigor, female diseases, bowel ccm
plaint, debility, tlropay. heart, liver
sud nerve di ses, tape worm, mite
legs, all ear and ere ,lu. is, , cancers,
Vile and tlntula cured without cut'
ting or pain, and all kinds of chronic
(Too late for last issue. )
Fred Knox of Laurel Grove was at
Pro volt Wednsday on creamery busi
Dess. Sammie Letteken of Williams was at
Prnvolt Tuesday and spent New Years
with his grandfather, S. Provolt, of
Burt Miller of Montague, CaL, has
been visiting with relatives and
frieads at Applegate daring the holi-
idays. Mr. M. was also at Provolt
The moutaios are again covered
with their white caps of snow which
will make the streams inconvenient
to cross again soon.
K. N". Provolt, one of Provolt's
most enternrizing stockraisrs and
fruit growers has been pruning his
orchard dnring the past few weeks
and a soon us Spring opens will be
ready to begin spraying for the many
'pests which are connected with the
j growing of fruit.
C. 0. Cigelnw, one, of Williams
enterprising farmers and stock men,
was at Provolt aud Applegate this
week gathering up cattle which have
been in the low ranges sine Spring
Mr. B. finds the outside stock not
doing well owing to the severe snow
storms whioh we have been bavlDg
the past few days. Wednesday the
storms moderated and for the last 24
boors it has been rsining in torrents
which was unexpected and Williams
creek at 6 :30 o dock Thursday was
out of its banks in many places. Fri
day at noon the streams had fallen
almost eight fest, which has been tbe
highest since 1890. No damage has
been done so far as learned. Apple
gate River was np considerable bat
not as high as last Winter.
S. Fields has accepted a position in
the Farris Quloh placer mines whioh
are superintended by Lester Layton
of this plane. They are at present
preparing for the Winter and Spring
run. The Farris Oolch placer mine
is the oldest hydraulic mine in the
ooouty in operation. It was discover
ed by Felix Farris in 18.19 and com
menced 'operation in 18A0 and has
changed hands many times since. Ia
1877 they fell into the hands of J. T.
Latyon who has operated them sines
with good resulta This mine is sap
plied with water by two ditches
which extend around the mountains
33 miles and is also supplied with
water from Williams creek at ths foot
of the Qraybauk mountains which
gives the mine an abundant water
supply to carry away the rock and
dirt which is piped from the banks of
mother earth into the flumes which
flow to the Applegate river. Mr. L.
is an experienced miner aud works
several iusn dnring tliu mining sea
Staple and Fancy
FLOUR AND FEED
at rock bottom prices
Your interests are mine
Front Street., m ar Palace Hot .
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
W I L D E B V Vl L E
C. F. Lovelace lost one of hU best
I horses this week.
j Mr. Akers preached at the churcn
j Sunday, the 13th.
I Miss Orpha Stevenson has gone to
I Ashland to attend school.
I Sunday School ia pretty well attend
! ed through thii bad weather. There
are a few faithful ones to help keep
I the Master's work going.
I We bear that Glen and Pearl Creed
1 bad frozen their feet wbile in Canada
' and Brace Creed says he is coming
back to Oregon before he freezes his
, feet. J. M. Hocking writes that the
thermometer stood 50 degrees below
i rih A.Mwr m SOU,
zero, tneu irute uy. uu, -
from such cold weather.
C L E.M ENS
S ELL S -
BOOKS and DRUG1
GRANTS PASS, ORf
5 W I M E It
Mr. Davy was out sleighing Mon
day. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore,
The placer miners still have a good
This snowy weather the men of tbe wter. although the nights are
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neighborhood are having nne times
hunting coons. J. B. RobinBon and
Charley Lipps caught three and Hash
McClung caught three and Henry
Hocking and John Lewis caught two,
but one got away before they got
home with them, as they were taking
them home alive.
Saturday of last week Mr,
Nickerson had the misfortune to fall
very cold at present,
Mr. Oden, J. C. St. John, Cleve
and Mark Neathanier were all visitors
from here to Grants Pass Friday and
Saturday of last week.
Lindsay and Joshua Neathamer
gave a candy palling and dance at the
home of the latter last Fridav nitrht.
Will 1 aavurul imnnlca tt Pdnnci nanrtlA f.ni
I here and Woodville were present.
Mrs. Emily Day who has been very ! found by his little brotber-in-law who
sick is improving at this writing. gave the alarm. He was carried to
J. B. Lindsay and daughter, Lena, , the hoose and a physician summoned,
were visitors from here to your city who pionounced the knee in a very
last Saturday. bad shape, lie is doing as well as
Clyde Jeters was seen on onr busy j could be expected at this writing,
streets last Saturday night Clyde UNLCE FULLER,
says he is looking for a cook. j Miy Uve ,00 yMrj
Perhaps our items were too late for j Tne chanoeg for HyiDg a foU cen.
lair, wee s issue, out .as our reporter t Me exeellent in the cale of Mrl.
was busy It was Impossible to send
from a stnn ladder or rather, into the
,n l.ddr and came verv near break- Qn!te nomber of the stock nen
ing a leg. He was alone at the time -re ridin ftre tock. tha WintM has
and crawled quite a ways and was
We had some snow, covering the
ground about two inches , last Mon
day morning. Could track anything,
even a coon or rabbit.
tury are excellent in
Jennie Dunoan, of Haynesville, Me.,
now 70 years old. She writes :
"Electric Bitters cored me of Cbronio
Dyspepsia of 20 years standing, and
made me feel as well and strong as a
young girl." Electrio Bitters cure
Tbe gentlemen who are operating Stomach and Liver diseases, Blood
the Oscar creek mines have their : disorders, General Debility and bodily
flumes all ready for a good head of ! weakness. Sold on a guarantee at all
water now and will take advantage of j dro rtow Price oal 60 c"nt8'
ths same when It comes again. j
The yoong people of Laurel Grove
met last Saturday night for the pur
pose of starting a literary society and
met with good success as all the officers
were elected and a program prepared
tor the next meeting.
(Too late for last issue.)
For furs and hides see Amos Will,
iauis the genial trapper.
We are going to have a literary so
ciety at Laurel (irove in the near I
Messrs. Earl and Willard Topping
are busy grubbing tbis Winter with
block and line.
Miss Cara Letteken left last Saturday
for Ashland, where she intends going
to school this Winter.
Charles Haberrnau was a visitor
from here to your city last Saturday, j
Also Master Atlina Williunia H
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Snow, and still it snows.
Mr. Howard visited with relatives
F. M. Peters visited with H. S.
Wm. McCalllster of Provolt was
in our vioinity Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Cbatnplin, who has been
working for Mrs. Cockerline at Mur
phy, returned home Sunday.
H. O'Neil of The Dalles was at onr
borg Sunday, looking for a farm.
Mr. O'Neil says that if be sells his
been so mild that considerable stock
is still 'on the range. Considerable
snow has fallen tbe past two weeks
and it will be necessa,, k AP
for some time. AV
G. F. Amnions
Monday visiting friends
be is employed this Wmi
Daisy qnartz mine at J(fr m
the Daisy is now owned J
by R. G. Smith of Grant! p,'
Curti Old Som i
Westmoreland, Kans., fyiado
"Ballard Snow Liniment dterw
Snow Liniment onred an atio
the side of my chin that tr The
to be a cancer. The sort ,)riod
born and would not yield fcm 1
until I tried Snow Lining,
did the work in slinrt 9,e 11
sister, Mrs. Sophia J. Carjy li
ville, Miffin Co., Pa., hn,a0D
mistrusts that it is a canott. tani
send her a 50c bottle. " ps, cot
National Drog Co. and Rotm'era
. -7. 1
Courier sample copy tttO, i
any address. jhe
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But the quality oLi,
GOODS AT OUR STORrr '
(Too late for laBt issue. )
S. Wynant was at the Pass'Mon-
IF THE QUALITY DR.0PJ WHEN THE PRICEUgS
DoES THE PRICE GO DOWN? No JHoDDY fi.1
IN OUR. TOIIE 5UT QUALITY; STUTT ATTi
1 nWTD TU AM tFT Cl n TUf ll trenr 'Ths
property at the Dalles he intends to I Rrr a t CP Qv n MTt 1 n r
locate near or in Grants Pass. j BECAUSE WE DO NOT WIJH TO C AKKV 7
ooolo UN1IL THEY Go OUT OF .STYLE. JX
GOODJ WE ARE JELLING AT REDUCED 11 tn(
ARE NOW STRICTLY IN .STYLE, AND YOlift1.
Walter Farra aud familv returned i m" V .'VA ' L" " ' 1 L 1.
from Ashland last Tuesday night and ' Dick Joho80a wa8 in onr vicinity ; , ,,J , rvLiULJIONO ATTRACT YOU, ,
report the roads very muddy. ! last Sunday. j YOU KNOW THEY ARE .SURE-ENOUGH REIiy I
Meaxrs. H. T. Day and Oscar Will-! 'Sl'n01 bpKn last Monday with Miss ION 3f
iams are busy making rails at preeut; Jos,'I,lliue Hathaway as teacher. I jht
Ht least we hear them blasting. j Mrs. Hattie Wynant and daughter, j Men9 -f'-O.UU Hand tailored, all WOol Suits I10W Pte
Walter Farra has about ."() head of llra- Waltor- were at the Pass last i
stock to feed tbis Winter and is haul- ; Tll,,,,,lay n business.
it;g bay from Provolt for the same. Messrs. Bert York aud Johnnie
Will Maberman, returned to Port- i',UDrt' nre making pickets for Wm.
laud last Saturday where he will re-1 Ml'8H'I18,r this week.
siime Ins studies in business cMIum Oh. sav I " Jiimho". Lm mmh mill
Guy Wetherhee was the guest of our yon take for a tou of tnu88 boets of ',
reporter one day this week. We were yoDt8? I think that I will need about ;
glad to see his smiling face once more. tw0 ' ,liem- j
It is too bad about poor "Monty" of;
Davidson. No one will take him his '
mail nor put in his telephone. Well, !
uever mlud, we will help him i
A. M. to 9 l M.
Itn hiding .Sunday.
All the World
is a stage and Ballard's Snow Lini
ment plays a most promlneut part.
It has no superior for Rheumatism,
stltT joints, I"cuts, sprains, and all
pains. Buy it trv it aud vou will
always 'ine it. Anybody who has used
liallard s Snow Liniment is a livinu
iroof of wbst it does. Buv a trial
mttle. a.'io. ftoo ami l.tXat National
Drug Store and at Hoteruiund's.
: n i: i: u i n a
Married -Prosjierity and Josephine.
Oh tbe snow, the beautiful snow.
OtT again, ou auiiin, gone again, etc.
K O. Turner is doing assessment
work ou the Kxchange claim, located
bout a year ago.
Kdiinmd Kgger drove up 'from
U'.l.l.. W. l... , . . ' ..
no . mao or supplies Utreeta UA Iut.SUay
fur flltl U ,h Minti... iV. .
"" v OltV.
Mi.. K.orenc., ll,n,s,o ,1M ,.loi(H, Mina Klla Willliams left last Mon-
r"';'1 ""l "' K". to day for San Martin. C.I.. to r,,ide
her ho,,,., ,o Agate. Jackscnconnty. wlth htr brotht.r wh0lH
To ft. al from a nigbtvr is a j poor health at prseut.
.''..ue. ro M..al fr, a corporation in. My. but how tbe weather doe.
.'oun.eo.Uhle. lo Meal from I'ncle cl,n,-e. Ust w,k it was ra"ia to
:ir,a"-A"" "t,11,,"r i zz'e
K' ' "' I , a rampage ; now it is cold as sixty
Some mistook L. K. Webb's i freezing hard every nigbt.
valuable dog for a grimly U'ar aud j Someone se,.i,s to be light fiiuvred
"""" mm Iu "f ne shot. I.. K. i our l'rg or late as it 1. iuiposMule almost impasble.
o i no, MV in ulli Init Wl, ,,(m-t - 'i mhms or any aind in
v 1,( looked- No .-.... r."0""? vat w,at they walk off.
.. . , , ai' though, from
A 1 - ii"11 t',.u reoeived here that I "ow l'u
S. Tatt of Portland, 1 resident of 1 O. K. (tentner was u,..,i..... i
mine of Arizomi, ! M'pei vi,- m our district for liK'T and
uding several con. I. r r'e-tscl. as we could not
10.00, 12.00 and 12.50 suits now is
Thomas Lewmau, the Provolt cor
respondent, passed through "our busv
en route to vonr
I I be I', im u' i.pT
h.s Mlccr-cli'vl i,,.,
7.50 to 9.00 suits reduced to
16.00 Overcoats, Closing price ?yA
" .. Lde:
10.00 " .. ft'
some Ynnnrr Mono l?o!n n .. . iI
Uv. i ti uui uraveneue uvercoats, ages D
Oeo. D. Walter has a contract for ' 1 ' V'' 6-80 $8 $10 Ki
cleaning io acres of jand for p. b. m. ; Boys Overcoats, ages 3 to 9 years, 2 65 3 00 and 4i'?ge
mZjLIZ'R. rJo-a 5.00 tor the 7.50 grade ' '
m the ground. ig saving on all our Boys School and Sunday suits.
me taxpayers of this district wish -rai 11D6B 01 Mem Uolf Shirts, Values UD to 51.25
to know if their road is to
this year or not. and if it is, it should 1,jU f0r
be worked right awav as thev are All brokpn linnn f ll i tt , i..
,Ma ' - v wooi unaerwear. recruiaii
prices were 2.50 and 3.00 per suit, closing out
price, per garment '. j
town in ttils c.
treatmeut u, ,t c
vul: ny , (
per provrtles near VI lo ii t,at de
velopui, i i work u all of them will
begin it, the Spring. VuWv for T.ift.
read; ith5;i leasure.J V., J
W, (tier's artlcleV U.ila.-.i".,...,..
future !-iH!itie ,f the "atpiTt "of
precious mtU for Jeplnn count v
vi . i. . ....
" i, st,. a .,rv of hank, ring id.
'!:t J. is atou'
have a l et tor
l uiiils a piece of road
' Usi ilav
! R:e i
Kisifl,. 1 A, ivl iuiu. (
v:itiu muv iteun which
't interest tofvoa aud vou
J point to r,.,l them
man to uk HI-tPr ,ne
ur roads. When h
it la .1,,,,.. t
uimii vt-ars io com,
certainly smashed a hole in the bar
rooms of Kiusas but Kallard's Here-
houud yrup has smashed all records ,
as a cure fcr coughs. Bronchitis In
tiuenai and all Pulmonarv diseases.
..', , " . "ortou, Kansas.
i nave never found a uiedh
"ooiu cure a cough
liallard 's Horelionnd
us.xi it for
Now the supervisors have been ap
pointed for the year we would like
to see one of them arjuod our way,
but remember that we don't work on
auy other road but our own. See?
Boss Hard was at the Pass Tuesday
wi'.h a load of wood and he reports
that he recoived 1 per tier but we
exp'ot that when W. E. Dean and K.
C. Dixon get their wood m,t tt,.r.
ALSO BIG BARGAINS IN SMALLER LINES
so quick!,- as
Syrnp. I have
VeAra ' V. .. . I .
ot.-rionn.l a.. I . . -7
Ca It .at - national
)C wool Sox for... 15
m iu i
ioc wool knit Gloves for 50c
Canvas Gloves three pair for.l."!!!..Z".!"!.C5c
Scotch Mufflers for these rolrl 'nZiZ .t. J
55 reduPfiil nriPOO
PtlUKll.; , t. .u. (
Losg Tnne,.e Fight. " ! Remember that after you rret vour nnrohaaA ho
iZlB'lyn DOt Vhoroughly satisfied, you can return it an
' catarrn. Ms vmiv v.
will be no use for wood haulers. "
"The swelling and soren Juur money DaCii.
For iO years W. L.
Tenu., foBgkt na
lusuie my nose was fearful till I
began applying Bucklen's Arnica
Nilve to ths sore surface; this casoed
the soreness and swelling to disap. j
poar never to return." Best salve in '
exlswm-e. 2jc at all druggists.
5. CALHOUN C-
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