Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, May 25, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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ADLER
Collegian Clothes
For the good old summer days in
town or country when the right
weight clothes are a necessity
When you want summery patterns
colors -fabrics made up Into styles that
are Individual and comfortable
The ablest style creators pattern de
signerscutters and tailor-craftsmen
have devoted the past etyrht months to
the new Collegian Clctlics.
They are made for rru.n and young men and
are awaiting your inapection right here.
M6.50
to
35
Peerless Clothing Company
T
E!
Corporation Commissioner H. J.
Bchulderman, today Issued the fol
lowing statement for the attention
of mining corporations:
"For the purpose of relieving cer
tain mining rorporallona from pay
ing fees In some Instances claimed
(ii.M mi' no
Mitiia Herb Hlore
Herb cure tor eaisrhe, headache,
catarrh, diphtheria, sore throat,
lung trouble, kidney t rouble, stom
ach trouble, heart trouble, chills and
fever, crumps, coughs, poor circula
tion, carbuncles, tumors, caked
bream, cures all kinds of goiters.
NO OI'KKATION.
Mcdford, Oregon, Jan. ID, 1917
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This Is to certify that 1, the un
dersigned, hsd very severe stonisch
trouble uml hnd been bothered for
several years and last August was not
expected to live, and hearing of Qlm
Chung (whose Ilert Btore la at 841
South Front street In Medford) I de
cided to get herbs for my stomach
trouble, and I started to feelkig bet
ter as toon as I used them, and today
am a well man and can heartily rec
ommend anyone afflicted aa I waa ta
,aee 01 m Chung and try hla Herbs.
(8igned) W. K. JOHNSON.
Witnesses:
M. A. Anderson, Medford.
S, D. Holmes, Kagle Point.
Krcnk Lewis, Ragle Point.
Win Lewis. Eagle Point.
W. I,, Chlldretb, Kagle Point.
C. K, Moore, Ragle Point.
.1. V. Molntyre, Kagle Point
Oeo. B. Von de Hellen, Kivtlc I'olnt
Tho. K. Nichols, Ragle Point.
John 8. Orth, Medford
Graduation Books
and Booklets
Tm'-vr'
U Vlliai XJ
I burdensome, he recent' legislative
i assembly enacted a law for their re
I lief. This law haa given to each
'delinquent mining corporation the
privilege, If taken advantage of on
lor before July 1. 1917, of filing all
delinquent statements and paying a
$10 fee for ench year of- Its delin
quencies Instead of the graduated
license fees required hy the general
statutes of the state,
"The law requires every, audi cor
poration to furnish all the facts,
data and Information set forth in sec
tion 8713 of Lord's OreRon Laws In
the form of an affidavit, and this af
fidavit should V accompanied by a
fee of $10 for each year that the
license fee for the corporation filing
the affidavit remains unpaid. -Above
all else, delinquent mining corpora
tions should keep In mind that this
concession Is merely granted until
the first day of July of thla year
and after auch date the geberal sta
tutes of Oregon will he operative."
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Drug and
Stationery Store
A FRANK STATEfi'ENT
Paris, May 15. Throe uiilllun toni
of shipping were lout hi the submar
Ine warfare from January 1 to May
1, 1)17, Deputy Cola estimated In
opening the debate In the chamber
of deputies today on the aubmarlne
question.
Hla eatlmate divided the loaaea aa
followa:
Year 1016 First quarter, 338.
148 tone; second quarter, 233,410;
tblrd, 407.186; fourth, 928,617. To
tal, 1,085,810. ,
Year 117 First quarter, 2.150,
000; month of April, 850.000. To
tal. 8,000,000.
Cela eat I mated that the total of
the world'a tonnage at the beginning
of the war araa 40,000,000.
Immediately after the apeech, the
chamber closed Ita doora In aecret
session, In view of the Interpellation
which Cela" announced he desired to
make the government on the aubmar
lne altuatlon.
ITRAVELERS REPORT
: THE SHIPS SUNK
j New York, May 25. Uaa of the
iCunard liner Kellria, with at leaat
! two colored American firemen, In
the 53 mlMlng, waa reported by trav
jelera from Europe, who were In New
I York today.
The Feltrla aunk May 5, they aald.
being the victim of, an attack by a
aubmarlne. The vessel aank In ten
nilnutea.
The traveler alao reported the
ainklng of the British stesmor Maine
under American charter and flying
the American, flag. She was arm
ed. The Maine was aunk by a tor
podo without warning. All aboard
were rexctiml. Including two Amerl
cana.
Tajt same sources were authority
fur the news of the sinking of the
Ilritlsh steamer Corfleld by shell fire
and torpedo attack. Harvey Black
well, an American neuro, waa a sur
vivor. Three of the crew were lost,
Including a white American sailor.
1.
SELMA
Miss ilaile llreaxeale of Sol ma and
Orrln Smith, of Mill City, were mar
riedNit the home of the bride'a par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dreaxeale,
on May 21. The bride waa dressed
In white silk and shadow lace. Mlsa
Ha Hammer acted aa bride'a maid,
and John Breaxeale, brother of the
bride, waa host man. A sumptuous
dinner was served to a number of
guests, after which the newly-weds
were taken by auto to Grants Pass,
from where they went to Mill City
to make tholr home. The best wish
es of a host of frlenda -follow them.
Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Morriapn, ac
companied by Mra. Cecil Haya, of
Grants Pass, were Selma visitors Sun
day. Mra. Morrison's sister Pearl
returned home with her for a brief
visit.
Bert Hogue, who la working for
the Schmltt Bros, at Cetello made a
business trip to Sol ma last Thursday,
returning Friday by auto.
There waa a surprise party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Rhoads
recently. The evening was spent
playing games and pulling taffy
Those present were MlBsea Grace and
Jossle Warner, Addle and Pearl
Rhoads, Kate and Klsa Herman, Ha
Susie and Winnie Hammer, Edna
Ooode, Joe 'and John Breaseale, Louie
Krauss, Henry and Will Horman, Ir
vln 'Craig, -Johnnie Herman, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnett and son, Mra. McAllister
and little daughflr, Mr. and Mrs.
Shannon and children, and the
Rhoads family. Mr. and Mra.
Rhoads are fine entertainera and all
reported a good time.
Misses Hdna and Ethel Hudson, ac
companied by Taia Cyrtis and Albert
Christy, with Iwla Hammer, chauf
feur, attended a dance at Takllma
Saturday, reporting a good time.
Mr. Jackson, who la being cared
for at the home of William Bryan, la
reported very low.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ausland have
as guests two nieces from California.
The work down the river ta pro
gressing finely, about a hundred men
being employed on the road construc
tion. .I.M'ANKHK HHIPH ARK
ON MKMTKRHANKAN Itl'TY
Itomn, ,May 25. Japan Is Toffee
j lively co-opnrntnlK" with allied war
chips In the Modltorrunoan, ccord
1 1 ii u to formut nnnouncomant today.
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nmg,u.St.mt..off.
Keep Kid Kleen
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we bark. Em mvmt mm m.
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iwm, mi pw.Ua mfm
lorkoiT anaaa, Am Wm iMfafa,
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Joirfe aWTmHaxaeWUU.
Levi Straaas Jk C, Sea Fraadeeo
krnmrni MP ftlZI at IW mi.
Morse'S fever-
faiim Seeds
for Urt twmlis ia Sprue flowtn
aJ WfatibU. Plaataow Swat
pss. frntim'tmi etksr Graad Prise
California Seeds
Alw Ctt&asic, Carrots, Oaioai,
Bmu, Pom, Syiaoik, Tunis,
Dm'i .W mj lUl on "t w tml"
Cm Mmm.
Os Us ly al bodhkj Dosbrs
II Mar iaalar aaa mt aaray Mara'
5M,. mm 4,rrt laraar ralalaout Frat.
Yauraraar M araaaxiy mniijta.
C. G. MORSB ft CO.
Seedsawa Saa Francisco
DR. WIE DIES GAME
IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
Ossinlng. N. Y., May 25. "He was
the gamest man that ever went to
his death In Sing Sing." , This was
the verdict of prison officials and
authorised witnesses, who saw Dr,
Arthur Warren Walte, arch-poison
er, scientifically killed In the electric
ohalr laat night.
Watte who murdered his father-in-law,
John E. Peck of Grand Rapids,
Mich., and hla mother-in-law, by
poison and germs, In an effort to
gain the family fortune, died In the
firm belief that he would be born
again In another world. At the last
he made arrangements with a New
York spiritualist to send messages
from beyond. He will be buried near
the prison.
Everyone should have envelopes
with return address. The Courier
prints them.
DULL AND
SHARP
SHOO
ItlG PAIliS
totifan Ltd Suffered Sock Paim
In Back ud Head, Bit Say
Cardvi Stopped Urn
Bad Spells.
Palmyra, Mich. Mrs. Chaa. T. Ful
ler, of thla place, writes: "la 1911 I
got run-down, and I suffered great
pain... with both dull and sharp
shooting pains... also hack and head.
I . waa weak and could only drag
around, and should hsve been In bed,
for I really wain t able to be up. At
times I would have spells that would
be so bad I'd have to go to bed, and
suffered intensely...
I decided to try Cardut, ana eaw a
great Improvement in less than a
month's time. I used 7 or 8 bottles
and waa atronaer...! rot so much
better that my strength returned and
my work waa easy for me, Cardnl did
ma a world of good. It built me up In
health and strength. I haven't had one
of those bed spells since. I havent
had to take any more medicine since
or have any doctors either and have
been able to do my work right along
...I recommend It to other women
hlslilv as the best medicine I know
of for women who suffer from female
COVERALL
M
IS
trouble.
If yon suffer from female troubtea.
follow this advice. Get a bottle of
Cardul today and give It a thorough
trial. It should help yofl, aa it has
helped tbonsanda of other women In
the past 40 years. At all druggist .
EB-ll
Classified !!Ariver&!i.g
rott oUf
ANflBL CAKES supplied la any
quantity on abort notice, 60e each.
Phone 110-J. 9JU
FOR SALE Stock ranch, 44 miles
from Lelsnd, 30 acres clover,
grata, fruit and ten-lee, water for
Irrigation, excellent outside range,
36 head cattle, mule team, wagon,
harness and other tool. Good
buildings, three-quarters mile to
good school. Give terms. For par
ticulars write owner, 0. E. Strong.
Leland, Oregon. ii
PETALUMA HATCHERY Estab
lished 1103. Can ehip day old
chicks to points reached in three
days. Five varieties. We chal
lenge the hen. Free circular. L.
W. Clark. PeUluma, Calif. 67
ACRE TRACTS Have live one-acre
tracts, close In, Bridge street, each
at $325; $10 down and $5 per
.month, level, hottom land. See
me quick. These wont laat. L.
A. Leaner, real estate. S3
FOR SALE Ftve-weess-old Leg
horn cockerels, $1.60 'per doaen.
K. Hammerbacher, R. F. D. No. 2.
Phone 0e-F-2S. 33
FORD roadster body, top Included, in
good condlUon, for $16; lCVgal
lon gaa tank for Ford roadster with
brackets 4; tool Ibox, $2.50;
Thla stuff la not Junk hut ia in
good ahape. For aale, E. R.
Crouch, aaaay office. Itf
FOR SALE OR TRADE Moving
picture theatre, fally'equlpped and
, making money; will sell cheap, or
trade for good auto. Address Box
83, Olendale, Ore. 67
FOR SALE Good fresh cow. In
quire 715 North Seventh street 63
TO RENT
FOR RENT 3-room house and fine
gsrden spot on river bank, 4
blocka from Sixth street, at $4
per month. Inquire at Chaa. Mor-
' rlson's grocery, 503 South Sixth
street. 81tf
OLD HAMLIN RANCH for rent
Near city. O. 8. Blanchard. 47tf
FURNISHED light housekeeping
rooms, modern, at 656 North 6th
street. Phone IH-R. 63
WANTKD
MEN WANTED To work on road.
Inquire J. T. Gilmore, labor agent
Grants Paaa. 72
MISCELLANEOUS
WHITE CLEANER for cloth, nubuck
and kid shoes; eaaily applied and
satisfactory; 26 cleana for 25
cents. W. M. Hayea, 111 South
Sixth street. 63
EVERYONE who wanta a tire per
cent Federal Rural Credits loan,
come to the county agent's office at
2 p. m. Saturday, May 26, to an
organisation meeting. Josephine
County Agricultural council. 63
TAXI SERVICE
AUTO SERVICE P. J. Houser,
phone Mocha restaurant, Ml-R or
residence 350-J. Com try trips a
specialty. 74
STRAYED
ESTRAY There estrayed from my
place three weeka ago, small black
mare, German coach type. M. M.
Alnsworth, Murphy, Oregon.
Phone 601-F-22. 59tt
TUfB CARD
The California and Oregon
uoast juoiroaa uompany
Effective December 5, 1116
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
Trala 1 lr. Oranta Pass.. 10.00 a. m.
Train 2 Iv. Waters Creek 1.00 p. m.
All trains leave Grants Paaa from
the corner of- U and Eighth streets,
opposite the Southern Pacific depot.
Far all Information Knnlli
freight and paaaenger servloe call at
me omce or the company, Public Ser
vloe building, or phone 131 for
same. -
CITY TKRAHl RH'S NOTICE
There are funds In the city
treasury to redeem all warrants
drawn on the general fund numbered
12,598 to 12.713 Inclusive. Interest
will cease after May 26th, 1317.
Dated at Grants Paas, Oregon, May
23rd, 1817.
Q, P. JESTER,
City Treasurer.
Anything to sell? Try a classified,
nnrsicuas
L. U. CLEMENT, M, D, Praottoe
limited to dleeaees oC the eye, ear r
Boae and throat Oiaaaea tttefl.
Office hoars $-13, z.( or on e-
potBtmeat Offloe phone, 63;
dene afcoao 366-J. .
1. LOUOHRIDQE, af. D nyakaaa
and ssrgeon. City or eootrtsr eeJJa
attended day or night Resideawe
phoae S6t; oOe phoa 113.
Sixth and H. Taffs Bonding.
i. P. TRUAX. U. D.. FhyaieUa aad
surgeea. Phones: Offloe 326; resi
dence 134. Calls answered at an
hours. Country ealls attended la.
Loadborg Bolldlag. ,
DR. ED. BTWATER 4pecleHat a
dieeasea of the ere, ear. noee eaC
throat; glaeees ttted. Offloe boare:
to 13 a. m., 2 to 6 p. as. Phono
Reeldenoe 160-L; office 366-J;
Schmidt Bldg, Oranta Paae, Ore.
A. A. WITH AM. M. D., Phymieiaa aa4
anrgeoa. ' Office: Hall Bldg., earaer
Sixth aad I streets. Phonea: Offlee
116; residence 288-J, Hours: $ a.
m. to 4 p. m. -
DEHTI8T8
B. C. MACY, D. M. D. Flrat-eiaee
dentietry. 10IH Sooth Stxtk
street Grants Paea, Oregon.
ATTOKOETS
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-iaw
Practice la ail state aad Federal
Courts. First National Beak Bodg.
COLVIG WILLIAMS Attorney.
at-Lew Graate Pass tM-f Oe.
Bldg, Oranta Paaa. Ore.
E. S. VAN DYKE, Attorney. . Practice
In all eourta. First National :
BnUding.
EDWARD H. RICHARD. Attoraay-at-Law.
Office Uaaonlc Tenvpea
Grants Paaa, Ore.
W. T. KILLER. Attorner-al-Law.
County attorney for ' .Josephine
County. Offloe: SchaUhora Bldg. -
O. 8. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-Law
Oranta Paae Banking Ca Bldg.
Phone 370. Grants Pass. Ore. '
T. A. CLEMENTS Attomey-at-Lsw
Vractlce In state and federal
courts. Room 3, and S, over
Golden Rnle store.
BLANCHARD BLANCHARD. At
torneya, Albert block, phone 236-J.
Practice In all courts; land board
attorneys.
VETERINARY SURGEON
DR. R. J. BESTUL. Veterinarian.
Office in Winetrout Implement
Bldg. Phone 113-J Reeideae
Phone 805-R.
MINES AND MINING
MINING PROPERTIES WANTED
We have buyers for developed aad
partly developed mining proper
tie co oslatlng of gold, allver, cop
per, tungsten, manganese, morya
dennm, lead, clnnlbar, tine. Iron
and eual mines. Muneon-Laeh-apelle
Co., 01 Alaaka Bldg.. Se
attle, Wash. 66
DRAYAGE AND TRANSFER
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. All
kinds of dray age and transfer
work carefully and promptly done.
Phone 181-J. Stand at freight
depot. A. Shade. Prop.
F. O. ISHAM, drayage and transfer.
Safes, planoa and furniture moved,
packed, shipped and stored. Phoa
Cut 4c Holman, No. 60. Rest
ueae phone 134-R.
1BX WORLD MOVES; eo do we.
Ihiawh Bros. Tranafer Co. Phone
I37-R.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
J. ew MACMURRAT. teacher of velee
ewlture aad singing. Leeeons glTea
at horn of pupil if requested. Ad
duce T16 Lee street. HU
AB8AYKRS
E. R. CROUCH Asaayer. chamlat.
metallurglat. Rooms 201-203 Pad
dock Bulldiag, Oranta Paea.
A Oeneral'a Last Order,
It la over a hundred years atuce Gen
eral Mallet waa shot for a conspiracy
against Napoleon. The clrcumataueea
of hla death, told by G. Duval lu
"Shadows of Old Tartu," were curious,,
The general had aked that lu consid
eration of his iHt services to the na
tion he might give the command to fire
to the soldlwrs who were to execoto
him. "As they lifted llielr muskets to
tako ulm the ki iict'iil's lunitli'ed eyo
dlwoveriHl a v nut of niilmiii lu their
movements, which ho reproved, order,
lug them to rccat it innperly, and
with the word 'Hrel' oil hi lips he ri ll,
pierced Uv the bullets of twenty, mus
kela."
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