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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON NOVEMBER 27. 1908.
JJ. C. F1NDLEY. M. D.
Practice limited to
EYE EAR, NOKE and THROAT.
Glasses fitted and furnished.
Offloe hour 0 to 12; 2 to 6; and on sp
pelntmeut. Telephones 261 and 77.
GbaNTh Pass, Oma
g LOUGHRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON
Ko. Phone 714
Oilf or country calls atUmded night
orda. tlaonand H, Tuff's building.
Olltoe I'hooe 261.
Graww Pahs - . Okeoon.
R. C. A. CAMPBELL
Graduate Atneriran Hrbool ofOsteopatby,
Chronic; Disease and Diseases of Women
" and Children a specialty
Kooma 1. 2,18, First National Bank llldg.
Pbonea: OHicei771, Kes. 71C
Cabt Pah Oaicoos
J) F. DeVore, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
City and Oonutrv calls promptly au
swerd. Offioe. boors 9 to 12 a. m
biTd 2 to 5 p. in.
Res. I'hone, Main 478, Office, 941
Rooms 1, 2, 8 Bballliora Bldg.
Grants Pass. - - OkE.
Jf , D. NORTON,
Practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Olllce in Ot.wra Houhb Building.
Quants Pahs, Oheqon
QLIVER & BROWN,
Office over Dixons Store
II. B. HENDRICKS
CWI1 and criminal matters attended to
in all the courts. '
Real estate and Insurance.
Offloe, 6th street, opposite Poetoffloe,
Q, S. BLANCHARD,
Practice In all State and Federal
courts. Banking and Trust Co. Bldg.
WILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. H. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
MINI NO ENOI.NEKR
tith St., north of Josephine Hotel.
Grants Pars, Okkoon.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
liath Room in connection
N. E. McGlttiW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Grants Pass, Oregon
Some of the Service that a Bank
Renders the rublic
The safest and simplest
way of keeping your
numiy is l'v ilrpoMiinjr
it in a Ki'linUo tnk.
This Hank receive 1
posila subject to Check,
or rn ilt'iimiiil (rrtiliiati's
of deposit or on time
t'erliluales of Di'po.iil.H.
On time deposits pav
4 TER CENT INTEREST
The lnst ami cheapest
wav to transfer money
is lv Hank Uraft. W
soil Iiralts payalile in all
parts of Hie country,
On of the most Impor
tant (urn-lions of the
Hnnk. Wo endeavor to
supply all reasonable
needs of our customers.
Capital and 8urplos..... $75,000
L. 11. Haul, President
J. 0. Cam rain,, VU-e-Pres.
H I.. Uii.kiy. Cashier
R. a. Hai tirr, AasC'Caahler
SOUTHERN PACinC j
Modern Pullman tare ou the Uno
Through Grants 'Pass, Hwautte
of IHg Jlualnina.
A dispatch from San Francisco
The Southern Pacific company yes
terday made arrangementss with the
Pullman Palace Car company for
now Pullman cars, to cost 1 1,000,
000, with which to re-equlp Its owl
trains between this city and Los An
geles and trains 15 and 1 between
San Francisco and Portland. This
new equipment mean 50 of the lat
est designed Pullmans.
This bis order of E. H Harrlman
means, in addition that the South
ern I'uclflc Is to have train service
between San Francisco and Los An
geles and Portland which will be a
duplicate of the Twentieth Century
Limited trains of the New York Cen
tral between Chic ago and New York.
PaBBenger traffic on the Southern
Pacific In California and Oregon and
between this state and Oregon points
has steadily Increased during the
laBt few years, so much so In fact
as to be an agreeable surprise to the
It is not known what percentage
of the earnings of the Harrlman
system on this coast is represented
by passenger travel. It Is an ever
Increasing percentage, however, and
Harrlman has decided to cater to
this kind of traffic by getting equip
ment of the best kind. This is one
reason why he ordered a couple of
weeks ago from several eastern car
bulldlng firms 220 new passenger
cars and coaches of various descrip
tions. This order amounted to
$2,000,0-00, and is entirely apart
from the 11,000,000 order to the
n latter order Is to embrace too
iillowlng kinds of Pullmans:
uis with two staterooms,
I1; drawing room and ten sections.
lth 12 sections, one
drawing room and one smoking
Twenty cars with 16 sections, per
mitting of large dressing rooms.
All of these cars will have a dent
al room, which pasungers can repair
to for daily attention to their teeth,
instead of using the wush room as at
present. The Pullman cars now In
iiBe by the company will have a sim
ilar change made In them as quickly
The Harrlman people have also
decided to have a valet, whoso duty
it will be to press and cleun clothes
of passengers on tho trains between
this city and Portland, tho Overland
Limited via. Ogden, the Sunset Lim
ited between this city and New Or
leans via El Pnso and tho Golden
State Limited via El Pnso between
Sau Francisco and Los Angeles and
It Is said by tho ruilroiid officials
that the I'ulliuuii company will be
able to deliver the 50 new cars with
in tho next three months.
HKST (WTAKItll IKK TOH.
Cured TIuiiimiikIn Will
You or Money Hack.
This Is the little Hy
oinel Inhaler, the little
doctor that has cured
many thousands of suf
ferers from catarrh,
brouchltls, asthma, liny
lever, coughs, colds ut.u
It Is so easy and
pleasant to cure your
self with llyoiuei. Just
pour a few drops In the
little inhaler. and
breathe It In. The heal-
lug, soothing and antl-
the mucous membrane
of the nose aim throat;
win un tne irritation
(iiiircTV IIIIUM lllitltn t
will allav the lntlainm.i-
using llyoiuei for t o i
mouths for catarrh anJ i
UH pulmouaty thouble, she
has received more re
lief and benefit than from anv other
treatment." E. S. Pad ret t, Joffor-
"Hyomel cured me of terrible ear
ache and buzzing, in the head. 1
would not be without It In the house
for a single night." Mrs. S. IV Km
ler. Columbia, S. C.
Dcuinray, the druggist, selsl llyo
iuei ( pronounced Hlgh-o-itiet nnd
guarantees It. A complete outfit, in
lcudlng Inhaler, only costs $1, and
an extra bottle of Hyomel, If after- I
wards needed, will cost hut 50 o
U-::, 12-11 !
Hoii t be talked Into buying some
thing "just us good" as Hex Fllnt
kote Roofing. Hex Klintkote Is the
best jcomposulun roof made. Sold
by Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
win aiiay tne lnilaiinna- ' ' ' --.twiner riue in
Hon; drive out the foul ' hands of hor little brother Saturday
odor; kill the germs oven In. The shot took effect in the
""Mywife0 b'rn!''-'' "
COUSIN OF JUDGE
Judge Stephen Jewell this week re
reived word of the death of hit cousin,
Hon. R. B. Smith of Ktlispell, Mont ,
The two were raised together and were
life-long friends. The Louisville Courier
Journal of November 17th gives account
of the death in the folios ing words:
KalUpell, Mont , November 17.
Former Governor R. A. Smith died in a
hospital here )Mterdy ot uraemic pois-
Robert Burnt r-niith was born in Hick
man county, Ky., December 29, 1834.
In eirly life be taught school and subse
quently read law. He was adaiit'ed to
i he bar at Mayfield, October 11, 1877 and
practiced the'e until !8K2 when be re
moved to Montana, locating at Dillon
He at a member of the Montana Con
di itutional Convention in 1883; wa
United S'aiee District Attorney for Mon
tana from 1885 to 188H; was City Attor
ney of Helena in 1891-2, and in 1894
made an unsuccessful,, run jfor congress.
In 189H lie was electedaUovernor, serving
four years. Since bit reti'euient from
oilice lie had practiced law in Helena un
til recently when he went to Kalispeillbe
csnse of ill health. In politics be was a
Burns Smith, at be was generally
known, is survived by a number ol reU'
ttvet in Western Kentucky, and was per
sonally known to many Kentuckians
He vnited bis old home in Mavlleld
8evcral years ago
NEW YORK NEWSPAPER
Tells You How to Overcome
Rheumatism With Simple R.e
clpe. Which la Etxally Mixed.
A well-known authority on Rlieuuia
tism gives the following valuable,
thoogli simple and harmless, presurip
tion, which anyone can easily prepare
at home : Fluid Extract Dandelion,
one-balf ounce; Compound Kargun,
one ounce;; Compound Syrup Sarspa-
rilla, three ounces. Mix by shaking
well in a bottle and take a teaspoon ful
after each meal and at bedtime. He
states that the ingredients can be ob
tamed from any good prescription
pharmacy at small cost, and, being of
vegetable extraction, are harmless to
This pleasant mixture, if taken reg
ularly for a few days, is laid to over
come almost any case of Rheumatism.
The pain and swelling, if any, dimin
ished with each dose, nntil permanent
results are obtained, and withont
injuring the ftouiach. While the.e
are many so-called Rheumtism reine
dies, patent medicines, etc., some of
which do give relief, few really give
permanent results, and the above will,
no donbt, be greatly appreciated by
many sufferers here at this time.
Iuquiry at the drug stores of this
neighborhood elicits the information
that ttiese drugs are harmless and
oau be brought separately, or the
druggists here will niix the proscrip
tion for our readers if asked to.
W. T. Terry of (Iran's Pass was a
visitor at Murhy Sunday.
Road Supervisor Ueutner has sus
pended work on the new road for a few
da s on account of rain.
Mrs. D. O. Hays returned home last
Thursday from Grants IVs, where she
hut been for medical treatment. She is
mncli improved in health.
E. Oentner has just completed a new
ispension foot btidfe, acro-t the river
at their place, but wo understand that it
is lor private use only.
H. L. Keed had tho misfortune to lose
valuable Jersey cow liW week
was chased into the
bo oe snot.
A little daughter of Win. Bull, living
!iu,, r...,. ,:i ,
m.ir irii oi Aitirpnv was
'-ciuenuv tnol Willi a 2: caliber ritle in
" 1 rm''1" condition. Dr. Smith of 1
' called but was un itilt t0
locate the ball.
We are informed that W. T. Perry hat
purchase.! what is known as the old
Hathaway place, about one mile north
of Murphy, and will set it out to fruit.
We all wish Mr. IVrry eucces in his
.enmrean.l (, Ul, t0 .pleoin
mm among us as we all know him to be i
a desirable cituen.
Your grocer must sell
poor coffee; we can't all
be ccmfortable; but he
needn't sell it to you.
Toar rocsr rstara mt boost If ra (oat
Iks ScsiUiai s B..I; we par hit.
NEW SHIPPING RULES
BEGINNING NEXT MONTH
Different Forms of Hill of Lading
to Facilitate Handling
Shippers and others interested
will receive circulars soon from the
traffic department of the Harrlman
lines calling their atention to the
operation of the uniform bill of lad
ing that will become effective on the
western roads December 7. The
circular sets torth the permanent
points of the new bill of lading and
shows the Importance of making ar
rangements to comply with it on the
The new bill of lading provides
for two forms of shipment. One
covers so-called "straight" con
signments. The dlferent forms
provide that a limited liability ser
vice or a common carrier's liability
service may be had of the railroads,
as the consignor may elect.
Unless otherwise provided, prop
erty will be carried at the reduced
rate specified if shipped subject to
al the terms and conditions of the
uniform bill of lading. If the con
signor elects not to accept all the
terms and conditions of this form,
he should bo notify the agent at the
shipping point. If he does not give
such notice, it Is understood that he
desires his property carried subject
to the terms and conditions of the
uniform bill of lading In order to
secure the reduced rate.
Property carried not subject to all
the terms and conditions of the uni
form bill of lading will be at the car
rier's liability, limited only as pro
vided by common law and by the
laws of the United States and of the
several states In so far as they apply,
but subject to the terms and condi
tions of the uniform bill of lading
in so far as they are not inconsistent
with such common carrier's liability.
The rate charged therefor will be 10
per cent higher thun the rate charg
ed for property Bhlpped subject to
all the terms of the uniform bill of
Supplies of the new bill of lading
will be furnished shippers by the
Harrlman companies on request.
The circulars to be issued will ex
plain to shippers the requirements
of tho new bill of lading and how
to comply with Its provisions.
Death, the silent reaper, whose re
morsele't scythe must soonlor late cut for
each of us the tender thread of life which
connects our earthly pilarimate with
the voyane to "that undiscoveced coun
try" lias ttknn from our midst, a genial
companion in Frank, the second son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alonso Hyde oi Murphy .
He was 19 yeaas of and had en
joyed the blossoms and gladness of the
May day of life, shifting the scenes just
at the dawn of the summer of man
boo I. Let us hope that for him 'iwas
better to have left theeon'est Jat the end
of the innocent childhood, than to have
gone ou and fought the battles incident
to manhood, axe and decay and still to
have been overtaken in the end by the
same destroyer. Isn't it 'hniter since
death is inevitable, to meet him on the
high road of pleasure, youth ami er1-
joyinon in the midst of schoolmates,
family and friends than to have him
call lor the dross that is left, after tbe
fires of enmity and passion, old nH and
decrepitude have burned away the lov
ing and the lovable?
We know not whether he he'd faith
in any Christian craft or creed and we
care less. We do know be was a model
young man reared in an atmosphere
ol morality that left its stamp on hia
short career We do know that he
wai just and kind and true. We do
know that his friends were all that
"new 111,11 anil enemies be hai none
and we know that to fall at the door of
manhood crowned with such a wreath is
uroater than to hive pased the thresh
old and see its co'ors fade in the burn-
"'K wln,,M " ol life,
lo tho brothers and eiders we would
y, forever, through life, swerve as
le from the path or rectcude as cid
",e 0,1B no nfli tht vaont seat.
r ... ... i
,i iiif imiin ami uiotner tase com
j fort in the knowlee that they jave lo
I the world so manly a child and that 'tis
i as natural to die at 'tie to breathe. To
hit many frtendt and plav mates let us
remind yon thit to die is noth ng The
grass and trees are daily preaching
to you the fact as wel1 as the neces-
,lly of """,1 mlt to 'w in the true
sens of living, is the divineet task ever
given to mortal man and to do it well
will take all your time and all your in-
'"wt- L. M.
"E. 0. DflWitt & Co., Chicago. Ill
; Ltentlemeu In 1S97 I had a disease
J r ,Be stomach and bowels. In the
! spring of 1J03 I bongbt a bottle of
I Kodol and the beneBt I received all
the gold in Georgia could not bny.
May von live lnn .n,i -
ours yery truly, C. 5f. Cornell Rod-
uS; Au,f- 87, xm-" sold by
Modtl Drug Btote. j., y '
TH E man who appoints his
breeches pocket as his treas
urer and bookkeeper is a first
cousin to the man in the nursery
rhyme who attempted to accumu
late water in his mother's sieve.
GRANTS PASS BANKING & TRUST CO.
J. P. Tcffs, President, E. P. Dixon. Vice-President
G. P. Jester, Assistant Cashier. '
for the Buyers of
QUALITIES TO CONSIDER IN
MAKING A PURCHASE,
Does It run easy
Does it look food.
Does It make a good stitch
Does It sew fast.
Is It well made.
Is It easy to operate.
Is it simple in construction.
Does the manufacturer put his
name on it.
sewing machine recently
placed on the market by the
Free Sewing Machine Co.
combines the best qualities
of all other machines. It is
the latest, best and most com
plete achievement in building
of a 6ewing machine. Com
pare it with all other ma
chines in anything in which
they claim to excel and you
will find -CFREE easily
FREE SEWING MACHINE CO.
304 South Sixth St.
Jtiamberlttlu'B Coujrh lleme.ly tho
Moat Poimlur Itrcause it
la the Beat.
"1 liav snlil PI.i.,,,1.1.,:..'. n l. r
, . , m vuugll ivt'm-
ely for the pat eight Tram and find it to be
i . r . . . ...v,wio .in me niar
kft. ror lm iu. un, .i
. . : - .-"""K ..i.u.imi mere
is nothing Letter in the line of conKh srrnps "
-wys I'aul Allen, Plain Dealing, La,' This
renieoV not onlr inr t),o .,,.l.. i.i. j
- '"f,n"i .lime anu
oroiip so common ainoiiK voiingchildren, but
is n esHHtit sii, I u.r.. r... ... ...i.. r.
sale bv M. C lemens.
mparts a pleasing softness
and delicacy to the skin
and restrains the ravairea nf
un,wind and time.
ts continued anoliratlnn .llni.
nates sunburn. tan anrl frrM. mA
renders imoercentihu annnm
minor blemishes and sallowncss.
It possesses a dainty, clinging odor
uuusivciy its own ana is in every
way a perfect toilet luxur.
50 cents. Aak your druggist for it
HOYT CHEMICAL CO.
R. H. Gilfillan
Grants Pass, Oregon.
nn TTu IT 1 T r
To Furnish House
All kinds of Stoves to
select from Heaters
and Cook Stoves, new
and second hand.
Nov Is the Time to Boy
Grants Pass, Ore.
Now is the time
When summer has passed
in these northern states,
the sun is only mild under
the bright blue eiiies of
Southern Csliforuia. This
is one of nature's happy
provisions eternal sum
mer for those who raunnt
endure a more severe cli
mate California has been culled
the "Mecca of the muter
touritt." Ita hotels and
stopping placis sre as
varbd stbofeofa'l we1!
regulated cities. V'sitors
can always find suitable
companions, and varieil,
Southern Paciic Co.
Will be iilad to supply snie
verv attractive literature, de
'Cribinu in detail the manv da
lights of winter in California.
Very low round trip excursion
tickets are on sale toCalifoTtiii.
The rate from Granta Pato
Los Angeles and return il
Limit sis months, allowing
stop-overs in either direction.
Similar excursion rates are in
effect to all California points.
For full Information, sleeping car reser
vations and tickets, call on, telerapa or
R. K. Montgomery, Agent S. P. Co.
Wm. McMnrray, Gen. Pass. Agent
Kennedys Laxative Coogb Syrsp
aots gently upon the bowels and there
by drivss the oold out of the ay
Seld by Modsl Crag ton