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GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1901.
Reduced prices to close out line of LADIES aud CHILD
WELCHS' CLOTHING STORE
NEXT TO P. O.
JR. R. K SMITH,
PHYSICIAN and SUKGEOX
Ollii c, Room 2 over Post Office. Residence
Kane liou.se, oppo, the We-dem. .
Ci HANTS PASS.
)R. CLINE MAJOR,
funeral Practitioner of
MkIIICISK ANII StKUKKY.
Office in WilliHrns Work
ATTOKN K Y-AT LA W,
Pi actlces ill aU Stale anil federal Courts
OHice over First National Bank.
tiKANTS Pass, - - Orkoos.
U. S. DEPUTY
Special attention given to Mining
and Land Laws, anil Land OUice practice.
RosHin Bit. Oukiiom.
QEORGE H. BINNS,
Office opposite Hotel Josephine,
tiiiASrs Pass, Okkuon.
MAM'HACTl RKK OP
Extra lamily Flour
And Kverything that noes with Kiiet
For nale hy Chiles, Dki.kmatkr,
Wadu, Pikh and Cornki.l.
Call for it; same price as other brands
.tlAKHLE AND GRANITE WORKS-
.1. B, PADDOCK, Phoih
i am prepfred to furnish anything in the line ol Cemetery work in any kind
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my savirp
that I can till your orders in the very best manner.
Cm furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American tiranite or any kind c
J. 15. PADDOCK,
Front Street Next to Greene's a ui.Klinp.
X. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
I arniluri! i.i.d Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
groceries, elour, feed
A full anil complete line of all kinds of
Maple and Fancy ttrneerie-i,
i annea uootis, r.ic.
'PiloSK No. 85
The popular barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at :
On Sixth Street Three chairs
l'.ath room in connection
INSURE IN THE
( AI'CI HKNT)
OF HARTFORD, CONN,
A. K. Voi'I.hiks, Alt.
G. 1). CISINO,
Wstch andC'lo k repairing
All work guaranleed
Otfli-e with Wil.on A lioper.
Gbasts Pass, Okf.
San Jose and Mackinaw
-Shirts and Coats,.
None better !
AT THE CORNER OF
4th & Front
Is now opened and stocked
with Fresh. Pies, Cakes, Cook
! ies and Bread. Don't forget
I the nlnoe. onnnsito Chiles'
1 . 1
Mrs. G. W. Pettit
Capital Stock, - - $50,000,
Keceiveih-'iKisits tsubjtct to check or oc
certificate payable on demand.
Sfllsmrht drafts on iew York, Kan Fran
ijihco, and l'ui .lami,
Telerii'hic tranuf'TB sold on all point in
tlie United States.
Special Attention given .o Collect ions and
general biwinew of our citMomera.
Collections made tlinTi1iuiit Southerr
Oregon, ami on all accessible points.
J. D. FRY, President.
.(. T.TUFFS.Vice President.
U. A. IlrKril, Cul.ier.
A Family Library
The Best in Current Literature
12 Complete Novels Yearly
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
$2.50 per year ; 25 CTS. A COPY
")NO CONTINUED STORIES
EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
Grants Pass Business Firms.
i.inc 1uttcr a Specialty S
FRONT ami FOURTH STS.
White IIoUSC GfOCCry
: Staple axi Fancy Gkockkuis
TiIK lllT OK KVEHVTI1IMI
AT Al l. TIM 1.1 ,.
'I'll INK ni
I am now prepatel to Jo all
kinds of Dressmaking, and
will guarantee entire satisfac
tion. Tailor Suit3 a Specialty.
In connection with Dress
making I have. decided to teach
a cs in Cutting, Fitting and
Dressmaking in general. Any
one desiring to learn the trade
is invited to call and see me.
Mi:S. W. P. SHARMAS,
Over R. O. McCrjskey's store.
J. N. Gotcher, of Williams, visited
Grant! Pass Thursday.
L. Ooblenti, of Coblentx and Levy
of Portland, wai in town Friday.
David F. Fox, of Ashland, revenue
collector, spent eeveral Java in Urants
Pass this week.
Miss Gertie John, of Williams, came
in Thursday for a few days visit with
relatives and friends.
.1. II. Miller, the Williams merchant,
was in town Thursday andFiidayona
business visit, lie reports good timet
in his section which is one of our best,
both in minetal and agricultural re
sources. Williams is soon to be con
nected wilh Giants Pass and world by
'phone, which will bring its many re
sources Into more general recognition.
Geo. Williams of South Omaha arrived
in Urants Pass last week, to look over
Southern Oregon with a view to locating
and purposes making a visit to the
oilier vallev loans. He is well pleased
villi our country but intends lo look over
the whole field before selecting a home.
He is especially impressed with the mild
ness of our winter weather. Ho is not a
total stranger to Oregon, however, hav
ing visited this country some thirteen
The merited reputation for curing
piles, sores and skia diseases acquired
by DeWitl'e Witch Hazel Salve, has led
to the making of worthless counterfeits.
Hesi.ro to get only DeWitt's Salvo
Dr. W, F. Kremer
AilvonUeil Letter I. Int.
Following is I lie listof letters remaining
uncalled for in the Grant Pass posl
ollice, Saturday, Feb. 10, 1"01 :
Brown, Miss Kiltie, Williams, MrsUergia
Anderson, Mr Chas, Cox, O E,
Conger, M A, Hunter, Jack,
Hull, Mr. Hasil, Hong. John,
Jones, Jack, Lang, C W,
Nelson, F A, Portley, H It,
Koyce, Mr, Robinson, Uurgea T,
Wittan W H, Warner, Mr,
C. 10. Haiimon,
Oregon Exhibit at Buflalo.
It is reported at the capital on good
authority that the ways and means coin
tuit'eu of t lie legislature will recom
mend a $25,000 appropriation for the
Pan-American Exposition exhibit in the
creation of a commission of five persons
to handle the fund.
It is also reported that II U. Thiulsen,
Eli ih Tor.ier Weatherred and A. J.
Johnson will be three of the five mem
hers. II. L. Andreas, book keeper for the
Old Channel mining company at Galice,
spent Thursday visiting friends in
A Molt Charming Semi. Monthly.
Kami And Home, always attractive
and iutetesting, appears with decided
Improvement for this year. A most
charinini! farm and family semi-month
ly; pure in lone, and treating a diversi
ty of subjects, it meets the wants of every
person actively eugagiid, or at all inter
estcd, in agriculture pursuits and family
life. A copy of Homemade Contrivan
ces, a most useful book, containing tioO
pages and T'iO illustrations, is included
wilh each siihsciipiion.
Peinins who culler from indigestion
can not expect to l.ve long because they
cannot eat the food required to nourish
the body and tiie products nf the un
digested foods they do eat poison the
blood It is important to cure ind ges
tiou as soon as Mgible, and the best
method of doing this is to use the
preparation known as Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. It digests what von eat and H
etores all the digestive oruans to per
fect health. lr. W. F". Kremer.
SWLI'TLAND & CO.
VHV.SU and SALT
G. 0. FISHER
...Pipe work of ail kinds...
I'id-. ftirni,heil for all work.
Leave unler with
t 'miner llro. Htirtiwure
ill. II. IURTON,
I WATCHMAKER and
: Full iiiwirtim-til of WaU-liwt, Clock, Hil-
vrrm-ar an-l Jfwlrr. A t 'ni
I AKMirlmcut of UrafclfU ftixl
Clement' Drug Store
FLOUR and FEED
Sixth St., oi-p. City Hall
THE OOLCONDA QUARTZ MINE.
PromUing Quartz Property Under Systematic
Development. IU Permanence
The Golconda, a quarts proposition ol
most encouraging appearance, situated
on the Applegate near Provolt and
about 12 miles from Grants Pass, is
being systematically developed under
the direction of A. C. Taylor, president
of the Golconda mining company and
principal owner of the property.
The Golconda is not a new discovery
as eeveral old tunnels and ruins of
fotmer workings bear witness, but the
old work was superficially done; the
rich, free milling ore near the surface
was "gophered" out and worked in
arrastrea and considerable money has
been taken out by such operations.
The present work is being done at the
130 foot level, a drift of 120 feet having
been run from the shaft. At this depth
the mine gives overy indication of per
manent excellence. The vein vanes
considerably in width at ditleient places
but has an average width of fully two
feet. The, assays run from $12 to $.10
per ton, principally in sulphnrets, yet
giving values of several dollars per ton
in free gold.
The ore lies in two main veins, at this
depth about 40 feet apart., Petween
these are a number of smaller stringers,
all however, trending toward the main
veins and all indications aie to the
effect that the veins unite at a greater
depth in one ore body of large dimen
sions. From the foot of the. shaft a drift
has been run on the vest vein about 'M
feet, then a ciosscut 40 feet long was
made to the east vein and the drift con
tinu ilon that vein. This last is the
scene of the present operations and has
now been run some 40 feet from the
crosscut. At this point the vein shows
a good ore body, highly mineralized
and giving assays which average fully
$15 per ton. On the west vein also, the
drift is being continued past the cioss
cut aud the ore has even a better appear
ance here. Thu vein is traceable on the
surface some 1500 feet and the "pay
chute" has been shown to be at least
;100 feet long. With the amount Tif ore
actually demonstrated to be in ex
istence, its high average value and the
flattering prospects for improvement at
a greater depth, the Golconda may be
looked upon as a sure proposition and a
mine wilh a bright future.
.. With the adjoining claims, the
"Golden Keward" and the "Golden
Prom ire " the Golconda has been in
corporated and tho development is bring
steadily carried on.
Following is tht program for the local
teachers institute to bo held in the
brick school building, Fob. 23, ItHil.
MORNING 8KSSION 0 :00
Opening Song by tho assembly.
Mental Arith., fith and llth grades
Heading, Learning to Head. .I'ora Colvif
Physiology (J. A. Savage
Geography 4th and 5th grades
Combining work in Country Schools
Spelling, Ilril totitb grades Lilliun Hogan
AFTKKSOON HESLION, 1 :'M.
Literature in our schools Kste-lla Goodin
School Discipline T. P. Cramer
Discussion: Subject for Annual Instituto
Number Work Mary Day
Grammar. 7th and 8th irradi-s
Civil Government Iglx-rt Rohbins
Writing Florence Akin
On a visit to school district No. 36, 1
found Miss. Blanche l-'etterly teaching
a school of 15 scholar, all are getting
along nicely and the school is quite well
graded according to our state manual.
MisB. Fetterly is an energetic worker
and success always goes wilh her.
On a second visit lo the school in
district No. 6, at Wilderville. I found
thai the pupils, all, with the exception
of two or three, h.ivo made gre it pro
gress in lu iriiing Tne people of Wild
erville should feel pr' 11 1 of their eicel
lent school and l'ivii much credit to
their teacher, Mr. LgU-rt H lihii,s, for
(lie good woik he is lining.
Ill district No. 33, Mr.. J. A. Htn-k is
teaching a school in whi h I frun1 iH
present. Kicryihii g ill out this s Imol
i 1. tn atel s spirit ol "I'll tiy" utid un
drr Mi'-h Condi lotis a 1 are sine 1 1 11U
compli-.il goid icnult. Tl,e bcrt of or
del prt-vailiil nnd Mrs. Kui-k i exhibit
ing a print, pie which cveiy trai her
School clerks must l ;clude in their
annual ieirt the lumen of all blind 01
deaf mutes, If any, in their respective
School clerks while taking the census
of llieir renpective districts 111 u-t a mply
strictly wilh Aitirle 3, Section 52, of
Title 4, Oiegon S-. hool Law.
Clerks recoil! Iiooks ai.d other neces
sary supplies can be had by writing to
me at tint ouVe.
Do not forget the Local Instiiule to
be held on Feb. 33, at Grants Pass. All
are cordiilly invited to altenu.
Hi noil Ileal ll OlT.
E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,
Tex., once fooled a grave-digger. He
says: "My brother wat very low with
uialari.l fever and jtundice. I per
suaded him to try E'ic'ric (titters, and
b was soon much belter, but continued
their nse until be was holly cured I
am sure Electric Litters saved bis life."
This remedy expels malaria, kills disease
germs and btirifii-s the b'uod ; aids
digestion, regulates liver, kidneys and
bowels, cures constipation, dyspepsia,
nervous diseases, kidneys troubles.f' iiiale
complaints ; gives perfect health. Only
5 Jc at Dr. Kreuier's drug store.
1WAS sitting alone in the test,
watching the others play tennis.
At least I professed to be watching
them. As a matter of fact, I was day
dreaming. The dreams I may as well
confess it were about Itob Chalmers
and mysr'.f. He had paid me marked
attention during the fortnight that h
had been staying in the neighborhood.
Some one roused me by slogging a
ball into the tent. When 1 had thrown,
it out and settled down again I noticed
that a couple of men were talking on
the bench just outside. One voice was
dear old Col. Warden's. The other bo
longed to a stranger the gentleman
who was staying with him, I supposed.
"Just fancy Hob Chalmers coming
down here!" mid the stranger. "1
shouldn't have thought there was any
thing at Furaway to attract him." I
smiled contentedly. He had seemed to
"Oh!" said the eolcnel, "I dorv't
know. If he likes a couutry life, you
"I shouldn't think it was the least in
his line. He's a regular society man,
knows all the beat people."
"Does he? I should hardly have
thought er "
"Well, you see his wife " His wife!
The tent seemed to w hirl round me. I
lnt the conclusion of the sentence;
also the reply. When 1 recovered the
visitor was speaking again.
"A niece of Lord Hevlngton," he
said. "Awfully pretty woman. The
belle of her season. He carried her off
from a regular crowd of fellows, some
how or other. Quite a love match."
"He always had a good way with
women," remarked the colonel, with a
He had a "way" with one woman I
"A jolly good fellow," declared the
stranger, emphatically. "I can under
stand anyone liking him," '
I heard them walk away and join
In the Isabel of merry voices. Some
one came into the tent and asked nit
to make one In the next game, but I
pleads.) a headache. The excuse was
true, 1 '.liink; but I wasn't Slice about
the headache or anything. "How
could he have been so cruel!" I kept
thinking to myself. He had seemed
so frank nnd open. It was pnrt, I sup
posed, of his "way" with women.
I derided lo go home and avoid meet
ing him u.ivtil I h:id recovered a little,
but before I could carry out my reso
lution I heard his quick step upon the
gravel path. I set my lips and made
another resolution. He should not
have the satisfaction of thinking that
"Why!" he cried, with his merry
laugh, "there isn't anything wrong
with the ground after all. I thought
It looked invfully uninteresting till I
saw this side of the tent."
I Kinlled nnd made room for him.
"I wonder," I inquired, "whether you
really think that I believe all your
pretty speeches? Come now, do tell
"Don't I say them as If I mean
them?" He tossed his cap Into a cor
ner nnd stretched himself lazily.
"Oh, d'iir me, yes! You have an
admirable 'way' with poor, helpless
vMiiitiin. 1 heard some one say so the
other iliiy. do you know."'
He pulled his mustache dubiously.
"1 should he satisfied If one woman
thoiiL.rhl so." He looked down upon
me with a smile. He is big, even when
he ik kilting.
"Of course, you say that to all of
them. It is p:irt of the 'way.'" He
folilnl his hands across his knee and
coiisiilcretl the matter.
"Would you like me to record a sol
emn nlliriii'ition upon ths subject?" he
"Mure of the 'way!' Ileally, Mr
Chalmers, you ore excellen-t." He re
Lr:i riled me carefully and grew rather
"I am afraid," he remarked, at
leiisrth, "I h a ve done something to dia
pluise y ou." 1 looked at him innoceti't
ly. It hurt me to meet his eyes, but
I did not flinch.
"The we.ik spot of man," I pro
nounced, "is his vsnlty. Ht considers
all his doings of Interest pleasing or
displeasing to others."
"To his particular friends," he nir
reeled. "Am I honored hy inclusion in Hint
cnti in ?" Vesterdny the question
won'il 1'aie :iripr:ired needless. To-day
It set II .4 Itli.tiul.
"It in ii in. titer ishich requires two
persons lo utile. So fur as I am cois-cerciil-"
lie piiilsed and glanced
suiflly st me. "I'ossihly you would
s:iv it en i.-ih pnrt of the 'way' if I
flu:- J j ... ! tie I lit. hce ?"
I -1 ii.ll..! 1 1 . !. niii. carefully.
He rose l.:'.'ti!y to find a wandering
hall. I ssss cj.i! lo see him tjirow it
so Miiaire!. It wrM a little consola
li.oi to hurt his intiity.
"Vim an- - iiiipu.sililc - this even
ing" he r: ii srked, v it h his usual good
humor, when he hsd returned.
"f am sorn . because do you know
I was thinking that I am myself for
"Von are not a bit like yourself," he
cunt rail ic 1 1 d.
"INally! Am I such a simple 'self
Hint jr. 11 !.;). learned all shout mt
in a f. w 11. ' M'qualntaiict'r' I asked,
scon: fu ' .
"I I'iilo'l ii.e iu that, of course," he
said, slowly. "No doubt there n re more
charms lo discover, Impossible as It
seems." I howeil mockingly. "Hut one
infers from the known lo the un
known." "Siippirtdng there it a 'known' lo In
fer from." 1 suggested, lie !i. knl at
me In astonishment.
"Do you mean to say that, after our
The Latest Yarn.
A IMlib iri I 11 n nir tolls this yarn
I always carry a bottle of Kemp's
I litlsam in my grip. 1 take cold easily
! and a few doses of Hie llslsarn llways
makes me a well man. Everywhere I
1 go I speak a good word for Kemp. I
; take hold of my customers I lake old
men and young men, and lell them
confidentially what I do when 1 take
cold. At druggists, lioc. and 60c.
1 Tht old reliable Tht Wtikly Orvfonlan,
pleasant fortnight?" I raised my eye
browa, "Of course, I speak only for
"I concede the 'pleasant,' " I said,
with a smile that was not intended to
"Do you mean that we haven't ahown
most of our real selves? That ws have
just played a play?"
"You know we hare,'' I said with an
air of frankness. "It has been great
fun. I really have enjoyed It immense
ly. Hut I am not such a practical
actor as you, and I am getting a little
tired of pretending." He drew his
breath sharply. It occurred to me that
perhaps he really had cured a little.
"I do not understand," ha aaid.
"Surely you don't mean you can't
mean that you have merely been pre
tending to tie good friends with me?"
"Of course not," I said, lightly.
"We're excellent friends, I hope. Hut
friendship has certain limits." Tht
night before he had held my hand ever
so tightly in ths dusk, and when we
parted he tried to he almost Oh,
well. I'll tell the truth. He kissed mt.
"Is it absolutely impossible for
friendship to grow" He touched my
hand, and I drew It sharply away.
"It depends upon persons nnd cir
cumstances, of course," I replied, cold-
"Do you mean," ha said, atrrnly,
"that you have no thought for mt be
yond mere friendship? If ao, you art
the most heartless" I drew myself
"llealiy," I said, frigidly, "you carry
the 'way' too far, Mr. Chalmers. There
Is a point at. which it becomes an in
sult." "Insult!" He stood up and towered
over me. "Inaultl That I love you.
That I oh, I am a fool lo tell you!"
"Foolishness," I said, meaningly, "Is
pardonable. 80ms things are not. De
ceit Is one of them." He looked down
at me for a moment. Then he smiled
a wintry smile.
"Deceit," he agreed, "is one of them.
I do not think I shall ever be deceived
by a woman again."
He looked to angry that it seemed
to me that perhaps, after all, he had
really fallen in love with me a'little.
It was wrong, wicked, inexcusable; but
I was glad, glad, glad I I must find out,
"Tell me honestly," I demanded, "If
you can drop prrtense for once "
"You have no right to speak to me
like that," he interrupted, furiously,
"Hnve I not? Have you not known
piyfectly well, all along, that you would
never, never be anything more to me
thnii a friend?"
"I think," he said, "that you are
the" He stopped abruptly. "I don't
like to any hurd things to a woman,"
he slated, after an interval. Then we
. were silent.
There was a sudden burst of con
versation whsn ths game came to an
"They will he making up another
set," I said. "Won't you join them?" .
He took a quick atep to the opening
of the tent. Then he turned.
"For (iod'a sake, Five," he Implored,
"tell me that It Isn't your real self that
is speaking this evening. If you knew
how much I eared for you, if you un
"I understand," I said, quietly.
"Haven't you down In tht bottom of
your heart jt one little bit of love
for me? When I love you so much my
I tried to say "No," but I couldn't.
I clenched my hands fiercely and bit
my Hps to keep from crying out aloud.
Oh, he should never, never know! Aft
er n few seconds, that seemed an age.
the others came to the tent.
"Ah. Miss live." said the colonel, "I
knew that you were hiding here, but I
wouldn't disturb you. It me Intro
dues another Mr. Hubert Chalmers, the
cousin of our big friend here," I rose
mechanically, "He is coirhig to settle
down here with his wife and Why,
what is ths maMcr, my dear?"
"I I feel faint," I said, feebly. I
dropped back In a chair, and everything
grew misty. Hone one ran for water,
I think, and the two Itohert CJuilmrrs
lifted me, chair and all, into the open
I soon recovered. Then they lifted
me back again into the tent, out of
the cooling breern. They insisted upon
carrying tne, though I knew I could
have walked. Then I began laughing
nnd talking, and they went off one by
one, till only Hob my Hob was left.
He sat down on a chair aome distance
from me, nnd looked out through the
openinrr nnd didn't ast-ak.
I thought of several thugs to say,
but they didn't seem the right ones.
So I waited a few minutes for hi 111 to
begin, but he didn't. He looked so
hurt lint I felt I couldn't wait any
"It is nwkwnrd," I remarket, feeb
ly, "that you and your cousin have the
sniiie name. ,
"ft is hot unusual with cousins," he
"No o, but " I looked at 111 in Bp-
"I don't see why It matters."
"People might mistake one for the
"Yes. Do you mean has anyone
"Xo --. At least Do you know your
cousin s wife?"
"Of course! One of the jolliest lit
tie women in the world. Ht is devoted
"People might think that you
"Were married, I mean."
He. stared at me for a moment, Uien
he Jumped up. It was a good
thing that I was sitting right at the
side of the tent.
When he hsd spoiled my lint and
crushed my blouse he demanded an e x
plnniilion. So I i vplnined. I expected
that he would lie dreadfully cross, hoi
he wasn t. He just put hit arm around
me and ess
As I said, ht has a good way with
inc.- vi it. ' a m 1 .
tallied anil llarlieri il
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THE RUSKIN COLLEGE.
Mot. m. at Started bp Walter Vroo-
nil la later. it of Labor Maltlns;
Walter Vrootnan, founder of Ruskin
nail, the labor college at Oxford, Eng
land, has returned, to New York from
Trenton, Mo., where he has secured
complete control of the old Avalon
college and has changed Its name to
Ruskin college. The new college starts
with a building worth lUl.OOO, entirely
free of debt, l,60O acrea of land ad
joining, and flto.ooo In cash, $'.'0,(hio of
which was contributed by the trade
unionists of Knglnnd and itO.uoo given
by friends of the movement here. Prof.
Oeorge 1). Miller, late president of Av
alon .college, has been retained aa pres
ident of Huskln college. Prof. Thom
as Will, late president of the Kansas
state agricultural college, has been ap
pointed genernl secretary of the la
bor college movement.
The college of social science, organ
ised at the ltuffalo conference of so
cial reformers Inst year, has also con
solidated with Mr. Vrooman'a move
ment and turned over Its headquarters
In the Unity building in Chicago, from
which the western extension work will
At Ituskln college a four years'
course will cost only lion, but the stu
dent will have to work, under skilled
direction, being considered one of the
most vs lu a bis featursa of tho train
ing. Mr. Vroomnn '. unw at work raising
a "merit fund" of IKS'.om. which will
bs used to provhle scholarships. Tren
ton, Mo., hns promised to raise tS.OOO
and Kansas Sity and St. Louis 13,000
In New York It la expected a resi
dence college will be established soon
at which young men can live for three
dollars a week and pursue their
studies while going on with thai reg
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