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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANTS TASS, OREGON.
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription Rates :
One Year, in rdvaDce,
(Six Months, . - ." .
blngle Copies, ...
Furnished on application at the oflice, or
A. E. VOORHIES, PnoPR. & Mkob
FRED MENSCH, - Editor
Entered at the post oflice at 0 rants Pss,
Oregon, a second-class mail matter.
THURSDAY, SKl'TEMBER 12, 1901.
Everyman who bears Biich a name as
Cxolgoei should be arrested and made
to show cause.
A dispatch from Pittsburg. 1'., Sept.
11th, concerning the strike, lays that no
ettleuient ia vet being effected. Amal
gamated members convicted of violence
will be dropped (mm membership.
Ten year ia the maximum penalty
which can be givcu Czolgoss if McKinley
lives. In view of I his weak penalty it
seems a pity the olice were not a little
slower in rescuing him from the
vengeance of the people.
The annual re-union of Southern Ore
gun pioneers su held at Ashland last
Thursday. These are the people who
reclaimed Southern Oregon from lavage-
y to civilization, enlighienment and de
velopment. Each )ear this number ia
growing fewer, and even now the liat of
the dead outnumber that ol the living
A dispatch of (September 8 from
McKecsporl, Pa., say a: " fwo hundred
anarchists celebrated president Mc
Kinley'a assassination today attiuff.-j
Hollow, a mining hamlet across the
Yotighiogheny River from Hueiia Vista,
lieer, whisky, speeches, tonga anil
praises for Cxolgosx wei the order ol
the day. This ia one of the largest
anarchist grouua In the country. It waa
started and led by (larcU Cianieaviila,
who now lives at (Spring Valley, III.,
and edits the Firebrand, the anarchist
organ. When llresci assassinated King
Humbert, Ciamcaviila declared that
McKinley would be tho next victim of
the anarchist plots." Law abiding
people are patient and long suffering
and the anarchists have not been
mobbed. Kuch rulllana have been
with us long enough. It is time to
throw them out.
Ciolgotz the very name condemns
him snd suggests the anaichiat, aliove
all the Polish anarchist, the worst
development ,'ol the lowest grade of
criminals who have been cast off from
Europe and who, through our easy going
tolerance have thus far been endured by
us. The time has now come when they
should be endured no longer. If ever a
leston has been brought home to any
people, here ii one which the American
people should take to heart. This
anarchistic old world slum has no place
here. It is mistaken hospitality to
nurae vipers in your bosom. Every
anarchiet is a murderer and Is heir to
the murderer's portion. We have no
place for him in 'this country. Are ws
as a nation to bih-ikI the care of years in
building thu edifice of our government
and must wa stand by big eyed and do
nothing whon such creatures aie doing
their utmost to tear it down? The time
has come that such vermin should be
eliminated from our domain.
Miss Josephine ('row was a passenger
on Saturday's train for Aahland. Miss
Crow guvs to re-enter school at the Stale
Normal at Ashland.
Mr. Edward Illand was seen on the
streets of our city last Sunday.
Mr. Ketchum and family took their
departure Tuesday "hiorning for Hock
l'oint, where they will make their future
Mr, Milt Kvynolda made a hualneas
trip to Rock l'oint last Tuesday.
Mr. Ord Crow spent Saturday and
Hutiday in Jrai.ts 1'ass, visiting with his
brother Charles, the assessor.
School opened September 2d, with "6
pupils in attendance, and I'rof. J, 1'. Mc
Conne.ll as teacher. Five new pupila en
tered Munday morning making the total
of thirty pupils at present. We under
stand several are to enter next Monday.
Supt. Lincoln Suvagu visited the Mer
lin school last 1'riday and spent a few
pleasant hours in visiting friends.
I'rof. MeConnell madu a business trip
to (irunla 1'ass last Saturday.
Merlin ia teeming with business ; the
sound ol the carpenter's hammer (aii be
heard in all parts of the city.
Mr. William Ott ia liiiishing a new
Mr. Towers has a large new frame
house about hull completed.
Mr, Cieo. tiibson is hauling lumber to
build himself a new house near the
school house, so as to be handy to school
M I Hl.l N Nllllll'-ll K.
Trimble & Cook's Now Shop.
Trimble and Conk's new blacksmith
shop on I slieel is nearihg completion
and will o.ioti lie occupied Vv that
llir m building is Mx70 feet and will
have ali.ds in the rear for, Ii iraee, an
op, n drui ' ay hum end to cod, miiitorl
able oib.e mid a liitid-s'ino front,
l-'uur liie will be oeraied ami the linn
be pri p ire.l I i lorn nut mi 1 1 1 1 tin n -i-amount
"f oik. A complete HteeL of
iron and slid t!t l.e carrier. The p
poinl nn'iii an I eiiipiiii7il. (f ihis
ea'ahlishineii' Will place l! iiiihoii; the
very foicnost in Us line in Southern
Mrs. S. II. Allport. .liiliiiHluvt n, Pa.
says: "Our liule mrl almost strauged
to di nt ll with croup. The d.tcto said
lbs couldn't live hut she was instantly
relieved by One Minute Cou:h Cure lr.
W'orkinf Night and Day
The busiest and miuli'iest lutle thing
lhat ever wis u.ade is lr King's New
Life T ils. These iills change weakness
into strength, lintleaauesa into energy,
brainfag into inei.UI poner. They're
wonderful in building up the health. On
I? 25c par box. Sold by IV. Kreiner.
A pretty Pocket Knife will be
given to each purchaser of a pair
of Youth's or Boys' Shoes, sizes lis
Offer pood for a short time.
W. E. DEAN & CO.
Front street, oppo Depot,
The following list of jurors lias been
drawn for the regular September term
of Circuit Court for Josephine county,
which convenes on Sept. 2Mrd.
C T Davidson, Williams, farmer.
Josiali I'anlne, Grants l'ass, clrk.
Ceo W lilalock, Grave, miner.
11 I) Roed, Murphy, farmer.
J 11 Iiorrough, W'ildorvlllc, farmer.
August Fetscli.Grants Pass, merchant.
C W Triplett, Hugo, farmer.
J T Morrison, Grunts 1'bhb, farmer.
Thos Perry, Grants Pass, farmer.
Geo McCormie.li, Merlin, farmer.
Ed Dailey, Kerby, farmer.
T J Evcrton, Merlin, farmer.
Will Ingram, Grants Paaa, farmer.
II A Corliss, " " miner.
T J Mackin, Lcland, farmer.
Melvin (lutes, Holland, farmer.
Robert Sexuuor, Grants Pass, miner.
Ii M Caldwell, Williams, farmer.
J T Chauaae, Grants Pass, farmer.
J 0 Ilooth, " " hotel keeer.
Fred Goycr, " " farmer.
Jas Neeley, Merlin, luriner.
Fred Mensch, Grants Pass, printer.
G A Savage, " " teacher.
W II Simmons, " " farmer.
Lee Sill, Murphy, farmer.
Kobert liarlckman, Merlin, farmer.
Will Anderson, Selma, farmer.
Geo Trofren, Grants Pass, laborer.
Jesse Mash, " " farmer.
John Moll, Selma, farmer.
Doe It Pay to Buy Cheap?
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you duT
Mo to a warmer and more regular
climate? Yes, II possible; if not possible
(or you, then in either case take the
only remedy that has been introduced
In all civilised countries with success in
severe throat and lung troubles, "ioa
dice's German Syrup." It not only
heals and stimulates the tissues to des
troy the germ disease, but allays In
flammation, causes easy expectoration,
gives a good night's rtst, and cures the
patient. Try one bottle. Recommended
many years by all druggists In the
world. Get Green's Prise Almanac.
Tht Beit Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron
and Quinine In a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. Price otic.
We have just received our Fall line of
HOYS' and CHILDREN'S
ami are prepared to j'iyo you the heat
values ever shown for your money.
IRON CLAD STOCKINGS
for Hoys, Kvery pair guaranteed to go
TRY OUR SCHOOL SHOES.
E. C. Dixon.
Nnnien'i lmporle.nl Article.
lu an early issue of Tiik Sviikiivy
l!vi inu I'osr, IWtor Nan-ien, tbeeini
nent Atclio Explorer, will dcscrilie the
various pole seeking expeditious of the
year. The importance til this paper lies.
In ibe author's cointueuts, and his pre
dictions an to tli
of the different
par t les.
j County Treasurer's Notice,
j Notice in hereby given that there aie
I fund in the county treasuiy lor the re
' demptiiin 1. 1 the following warrants, pro
j tested to April 7lh, IV S. lulereit on
same win cease iioui tins ilate, septem-
ber llib, 100 1 :
Noa Nos. No.
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Anarchist Shoots President
Gmtmutd from fir page.)
"But von're wounded?" cried bis sec
retary. ''Let me examine."
"No, I think not," answered the Presi-
dent. "I am uot bsdly hurt I assure
you." Nevertheless, bis gsrments were
hastily loosened and when trickling
stream of crimson was seen to wind its
wsy down bis breast, spreading I's tell
tsle stain over his white linen, tbeii
worst fears were confirmed.
The President's assailant in the mean
time bad been bustled by exposition
gusrds to the rear of the building, where
he was held while the building was
cleared, snd later he was turned over to
Superintendent Hull of the Buffalo po
lice department, who took the prisoner
to No. 13 Pdice Station, snd alterward
to police headquarters.
As soon as the crowd in the Temple of
Music Lad been dispersed sufficiently
the President was removed in the auto
mobile, ambulance and taken to the ex
p Miilion hospital whereas examination
waa made. His beat medical skill was
summoned, and within a brief period
several of Buffalo's best-known practl
tioners were at the patient'! tide.
The President retained the full rxer
cise of bis faculties until placed on the
0iratlng table and subjected to an an
esthetic. Upon the first examination it
was ascertained that one bullet had taken
effect In fhe right bieast, just below the
nipple, causing a comparatively barm
leaf wound. The other took effect, in the
abdomen, about four inches below the
left nipple, four Inches to the left of the
navel, and about on level with it. Up
on arrival at the exposition hospital the
second bullet was probed (or. The walls
of the abdomen were opened, but the
ball was not located. The incision was
hastily closed, and alter a hasty consul
tation it was decided to remove the pa
tient to the borne of President Milburn
This wss dons, the automobile ambu
lance being used for the purpose.
While the wounded President was be
ing borne from the exposition hospital
to the Milburn residence between rows
of onlookers with bared beads, a far dif
ferent spectacle was being witnessed
along the route of his assailant's journey
from the rone of bis crime to police
headquarters. The crime was commit
ted so quickly that the prisoner w as safe
ly landed within the wide portals of the
police station and the doors closed before
any one was awsre of bis presence.
Immediately after the President was
cared (or at the exposition grounds, Di-
rector-General W. I. Buchanan at rted
for the Milburu residence to forestall
any Inlormation that might reach there
by telephone or otherwise. Luckily, he
was tlrst to srrive mill the Information.
I'tie Niagara Kails trip had tired Mrs.
McKinley and on returning to the Mil
burn residence she look leave of her
nieces, the Misses Barber, snd the Presi
dent's niece, Miaa Duncan, aa well as
their hoaiesa, Mr. Milburn, and went to
tier room to rest.
Mr. Itiiclianan broke the lie l as gen
by as possible to Ibe nieces and consult
ed with them and Mrs. Milburn ss to
the lies! course to pursue in breaking the
news to Mrs McKinley. ll was finally
decided thai on her awakening, or short
ly therealter. Mi. Buchanan should
break the news to her if iu the meantime
her phiaician, Dr. Kixey, bad But ar
rived. Mrs. McKinley awoke from lir sleep
at about 5 :M o'clock. She was feeling
splendidly, she said, and at once took up
her crocheting, which is one of herUror
Immediately on Mr Buchanan ' arrl-
val at the Milburn home he bad tele
phonic communication therewith cut off
as there had been several calls, snd he
decided on this as the wisest course to
porsoe, lest Mrs. McKinley. hearing the
continual ringing ol the bell, might in
quire what it meant.
While (be light of day continued Mrs.
McKinley continued her crocheting,
keeping to ber room. When it became
dark she began to feel anxious concern
ing the President.
"I wouder why he does not come?"
she a-ked one of her nieces. There wss
no clock in Mrs. McKinle)' room and
when it was 7 o'clock she hsd no idea it
sss so late and then it was she began to
feel anxious concerning ber husband,
for it was time for him to return to the
At 7 o'clock Dr. Kixey arrived at the
Milburn residence. He bad been driveo
hurriedly down Delaware avenue in an
open carriage. As be came up Mr. Bu
chanan waa out on the lawn conversing
'Do you know," raid Mr. Buchanan,
hsd a sort of premonition of this.
Since esrly morning I bad been extreme
ly nervous and feared lhat something
might go wrong. Our trip to the falls
wss nneventful, but what an awful sad
ending to our day."
At 7:20 o'l lock Dr. Kixer came out of
the house accompanied by Webb Hayes,
a son of ex President Hayes, who is a
friend of President McKinley. They en
tered a carriage and returned to the Ex
After Dr. Kixey had gone Mr. Buchan
an said that the doctor had bioken the
news in a moat gentle mariner to Mrs.
McKinley. He said she siood it bravely,
though in in-h affected II it wss postd-
bls to bring hi in to her she silted it
done. Dr. Kixey a-enred her thai the
President could lolio.glt viheafe y
from the Exposition ground", and when
he left Mr. MiIIiiihi'h ii was In compute
all arrangement!) for the removal of the
President. A big force of patrolmen mil
assigned to the Milburn n snlence.
At 7:30 Necrelary Wdaon and Mia.
Wilson called and w re admitted to the
It was learned to night from an airhor-
itative source that the greatest precau
tion had been taken to guard against ll e
possibility of any such occiirrauce
transpired today. Not only were the
services of the local po.ice and d tective
forces employed to the lu lest t-x'en'
but specially de ailed men had accom
psnied the Presidential party in all its
travels since inauguration day, and in
addition to this, the extra precaution
was taken upon the occasion ol the Presi
dent's visit to the Exposition of having
biin guarded by secret service men of
long experience and proved ability.
In (act, to such an extent has this mat
ter of the President's personal safety
keen carried by those responsible for bis
welfare that it bss given rite to some
criticism. I. pon bis visit to the hxposi
tion, it was felt by those surrounding
him that the President was liable to
greater chances of danger than is usual,
even upon his travels, ow ing to the great
Crowe's, the diversified chsrsctei of the.
people assembled, and the necessity o
direct contact with the crowds, tor
those reasons the strict precautions
above mentioned were resorted to.
The President himself has always been
averse to any such protection, and Uie
sight of officers of the law constantly
near his person has been distasteful. He
has always instructed that in all his vis
its to various cities there should be at
least one public reception, whine be
could be brought face to face with the
public, and give those who desired it the
privilege of a personal meeting.
From a bystander who witnessed the
attempt on the President's life, this de
claration was gi'en to the Associated
"When the man tired the sluts, Presi
dent McKinley stepped back a step and
quivered slightly. Secretary Cortelyou
President Milburu and Detective Foster
sprang to bis aid, while Detective Ire
land and James U. Parker threw his as
sailant to the Door, hurled themselves
upon him and attempted to disarm him.
"Their prisoner struggled desperately,
and wrenching his arm free, attempted
once more to lire at the President. The
revolver, however, was struck from his
hand,i)ying several feet away.
"President McKinley himself plucked
from his side the bullet which had struck
the breast bone and glanced, lodging in
the skin, at the same tuns saying to the
detective: 'Foster, I believe there is an
other bullet iu there,'
"Shortly afterward he said: 'Do not
exaggerate this to Mrs. McKinley.'
"The President displayed the greatest
fortitude, and until the lime I saw him
carried from the buildiug bis coolness
snd courage were wonder till."
Long after midnight crowds weie walk
The bather sometimes finds the sand
soft and yielding to his feet. It does
not tnnible him and he goes on until
presently he sinks to
nil knees and dis
covers to hia horror
that he haa to tight
for hia life in a
Disease is much
like the quicksand.
The first symptoms
of stomach trouble
do not cause anxi
ety. But when
the body grows
weak through lack
of nourishment and
disease of the stom
ach breeds disease
of heart, lunga, liver
ear kidnrva, the mf-
frrrr rrtlitei hit
(Unifcr ntl trrki for
Ir. itrce's Gold
en Medical licov
ery cures tliwiiari of
the (ttomiich and
other organ of d.-
ijcstion and nutrition. It cure diseases ot
heart, lunpa, liver, kidney, etc., when
the dneaaet have their origin in ilis
etwe of the stomach and its allied organ.
Thomu A SwmrtsV of HuhStatton C Colmi
bu, Ohitt, Bos iu.t wtitra "I UWcn with
cvr heitUch? then crimn in th liiisti-h,
mi my tixxi would not tigrl. then kutnev
Iiwt ItvuNc. ami my hock jrot wnk o 1 ohiM
M-atvrly art tfiHind At 11 1 hi4 all the iim
fslftiiiu at oner, and Ihr morv I iWto,' the
wre 1 f unlit ui yrar raM I In
come to utmlv I could ontv walk, in the h-m
in aitl ol a chair and t got thin 1 hid :
ivn up lu dtr Then a nrfithhor ai.l ' TW t
ir lifi-r'HoMcn MrdH-al lhovrrv and itr.'s, j
a new man out of vourwlt The ht.t Utt j
hrliKsl mt o I th.Hijhl would tft amth-r.
aiul arm I had Uken rifht bottle in a Unit
I w wrtghrtt and finiml 1 hu.t gttinrd
twrittv-Brvrn (rl poun.1 1 have ,loi mor
haril work in the nml clrvrn month ihan I ilid
'n io Tnr bA.r. .ml i ,ioui ni
Waitky hxtes. tiuak. I srt was
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Mcslu-al
Adviser, in paper covers, ia sent .ti on
receipt of ll one-cent stamps to pay cx-
ens ot mailing only. A,l,lresa Dr. R.
llenx, Buffalo, N. Y.
ing the streets, eagerly inquiring for in
formation or loitering about the newspa
per bulletin boards in the hops oi secur
ing additional information. The deepest
feeling over the outrage ws everywhere
apparent, snd people ol all classes, with.
out distinction of political partisanship,
were unanimous in their expressions of
abhorrence of the cowaidly crime.
At this lime the recovery of the Presi
dent is confidently anticipated. Every
bulletin is favorable and bis condition ia
uch as te encourage the mo t sanguine
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 11 Leon Czil
goex, the Anarchist and wou:d-be mur
derer of the President, has confessed
tuat the attempted assassination is the
result of a conspiracy among insny anar
chists. Of those implicated, he thus far
names only one, Emma (ioldmsn, the
bigh-priestees of anarchy. Miss Hold
man was arrested in Chicago on Tuesday.
Miss George Wins the Prize.
It is with pleasure that we announce
that the winner of the scholarship in
our voting contest is Miss Lacy lieorge,
of Kerby. One would be obliged to
search diliirenllv indeed to find a candi
date more worthy or deserving or one
who would use to better advantage the
opportunities which accompany me
award. The prize ia a year's scholar-
hip iu the Ashland normal, a not in
considerable trophy, of which Miss
George would be fuliy at deserving were
its value a thonsauil times an great. She
has the satisfaction also, of knowing that
she gained the prize direcily by her own
energetic effort. She worked for it, in
her own home field, diligently and
MIKB LITY (iEOlKIK.
energetically, and achieved tl e most
Miss Oeorge is a formor student, ol the
normal and during the past two years
has been numbered among the most
successful teachers of .our county, her
woik in the schoolroom wherever she
has taught being invariably of the most
satisfactory character, marked by energy,
tact, judgment and ability.
Ernest Wright, of Grants Pass was
second in the contest. He entered the
field at a late hour and gathere 1 a goodly
number of voles during the brief time in
which he was a contestant. In all
ways, Mr. Wright would have been
worthy of the honor if he had won.
The people of Kerby and vicinity de
serve a wnrd of commendation for their
hearty support of their candidate in
this contest. Her success is thoirs.
The Coi'kikk congratulates Mies
Chsxnge Of Teachers in Mcdford
A Chango of Teachers baa been made
in the Medt'ord Academy. Miss lleven
er succeeds Fred l ien.
Miss Mary E C. Hevener of Ashland
has accepted the principalship of the
Commercial Department of the Academy
at foO a month. Miss Hevener gradu
ated from the Commercial Department
of the State Noimal School here in 18H7,
and afterward was at the head ol that
department fur several months. She is,
not only a tine teacher of stenography
and a full line of commercial studies, but
a scholar iu classical branches also.
Fred Wen, ol Minneapolis, accepted his
M)ition by w ire Angist -Ub. Alter his
acceptance the Standard Oil Company
offered him a position of much better
sa'tiry than that which the Academy
could give and after severul telegrams
and letters between him and Prof. Van
Scoy the latter telegraphed him to accept
the company 'e offer which he did. Fred
did uot ask to lie relieved from the Med
lord position hut there was sullii ient cor
respondence to indicate tha. he would
be pleased to be relieved. This was
done after Mr. I'Icii'b name had been
printed in one thousand folders There
is a jierfeet and satisfactory understand
ing between him and Prof Van Scoy
Annual Harvest Celebration,
All who are familiar with The Salva
tion Army and its method of work, nre
aware that this orgunztiiou cel.'brates
ill the F'all ol each year what is known
as the Harvest Festival, ll ia about live
years now aince his animal festival be
gan to be generally o werved by The Sal-
vatlou Army throughout this ;ouuiry.
The Salva'ion Army lioiieves i i lot
lowing out the injunction, ''Offer to the
Lord of thy substance and the tlrst duits
of all thine increase," lind tlierclore it is
that at Ibis time iheir balls are tilled'
witli gifts to be sol. I for l lie I em lit of
their work. Staektd up in abundance, '
oil the pla;l'orms ami wherever tu nn can '
be found (or them, one may see great
piles of luscious Iron ( all kin-is vege- '
table' ol every desertpl on, ba r, !- f
tlour, groi-erier, canned g ds, furotiiire, i
c'olluig, pictti'cs, ianey art.cl.-s, even '
sort ol thing possible lo i n wine, (or ' all
is grl-t that comes to the mill," ai d
w hatever the et , in some way or ot her, 1
we may Id-sure fhe Armv w t:I ina'se i.s -ol
it il not iu one a , tie n iu a Hither.
F;ven I v anions are A; icp able, and
are oltell brought.
Therefore, if any friend r-sirt s ti do
nate something lor Tti- Sa v it ion t'luy I
Harvest Festival of l'.MI, let tlietii not
refrain Iroin aoy few that toe ail iimv
not bo muatilc. For ; tit- co:iv-iuei.ee ol t
those iuteres'ed we give a list of arl i-lts
...kl (..- ., u.,...i, ...... i... u.i l-.l .i. ...
; a-iv C Pce. vatl'e ihttlg a hieh can bdis-
, , , , t , , '
I posed "I t..i money or used for the go.nl
!o(thepr; Fruit, Fower. Wgeiabl.-s, 1
, ,. . ... .... ,, ...
j 1 M'1' -"k'"- -""
W In at, Oa;uie!, B ead. Cuictrrs, Tea,
. Cbeexe, Coffer. Cocoa. Hjo.i Picture,
J Jewelry, Shoes, Coal, Wood Coiidensiii
Hi's, Cannxl ivU. Live S ock, Lnm-b-r,
Shingles, Chairs, Sheet. Blanke's,
C Ulery, Too-'.
Tli- priced o'. tin si'e. te !' I"
al-eady stated thr-eigb t Is-- cobinirn ol
tuia paper, aie e-niial y for the benefit
f the home work, a large proportion of
what is raised in oaecity or town being
used for the local work, -nd the remain-
ler going (or carrying on tho work
throughout the country.
The dates of the Eestiv .l are Septem
ber 20 . h to 221.
State or Out o, City of Toledo,!
Lccak Comrv ) s.
Frank J. Cueuey nukes oath that he
j ibe senior partner ol the linn of F. J.
Cheney & Co,, doing bntiuess iu the Wity
of Toledo, County md Siate aforesaid,
and 'hat said firm will pay the sum ol
ONE Hl'SUKED DOLLAKS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the me of Hall's Catarrh
Onus. Frank J. Chunky.
Sworn to befure me and enb cribtd in
try presence, this 0 ll d.iy of December,
A. D. 18SIJ, A. W. Gi.KA-oN
(Seal) Notary i'ubl.c.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the bljod and
mucous surfaces ol the 'system. Send
lor testimonials, free. I'. J. ClltstT A
Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold bv druggists, 7oc,
Hall's Family Pillaare the best.
Stood Death Off.
E. IJ. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,
Tex., once fooled a grave-digker. He
says: "My brother was very low with
ii.a'arial fever and jiuu-lice. I persuad
id him to try Electric liilters, and lie
wai so -in much betur, hut continued
their use until he wua wholly cured. I
am Mire Electric Pollers saved his life."
This remedy expels malaria, kills ilisea-e
germs and purine the bio id; ails diges
tion, regulates liver, kidneys and bowel).
cures coiiHtipttiion, d?pep-i.i, nervous
diseases, kidney trould.is, r-uiHh) corn
plaints; ".ivi-s perfect health. Duly 50c
at Dr. Krctner's drug store
In cbc8 ol cough or croup give the lit
tle one One Minute C0112I1 Cure. Then
rest eas-v and have no fear. Trie child
will le all right in a little while. It nev
er (ails. Pleasant 10 take, always safe
sine and almost iosiant iiimh in i li'-ct.
Erup'ioMS, cuts, hums, scalds an I sores
ot all kinds quickly healtd by DeWitt
Witch liuzel Salve, t'ertaiu cure for
piles, lie ware of Counterfeits. Be sure
von get the original Do Wilt's Dr
From tho indications, people will soon
begin to plow for (.'rain, as early sown
grain makes t he best crop.
Henry Bioi knian and Madden, of Wolf
Creek, have a good ledge. They have an
arraslre but are obliged to wait for water
before they can run. They have a five
foot vein with rich rock. '
Tom Butts has a well established store
nt Placer and is doing a good business
Times are lively at that place. Several
good ledges have been recently found.
The ledgis as far as develoied, seem per
The Columbia mines are having i
large amount of lumber unloaded at In
land. That will give work for quite a
l.irceof teamster'. The amount of freight
that goes lo Greenback and vicinity is
As the rain will stop the wood haulers,
it will give the railroad company
chance lo ciilcb up and make more room
for piling gmutid. The lack of room has
been an niinovutice to Kinney and Cox
ever since the wood yard has been estab
The prune crop in this vicinity is good
(i. W. Chapin says they will soon begin
to dry their fruit. Italians are a heavy
crop and the fiuit ia large. The crop of
iietites is also excellent. The people are
busy cutting llicil last crop of liny, which
is very good.
The stockholders of the Copper Slain
are jubilant over (he recent rich strike
at that mine. That ledge, from present
indications, la as good as any on Mt.
Ketihen. The company has expended
large amount of money in the develop
ment of the mine, snd their returns are
We have iiad a nice gentle rain, just
what was needed lo put out foresl fires
and to start the grnss for the winter,
This part of Oregon is noted for ils mild
climate in the w inter. A large number
of stock go through the winter with little
or no feed. G. W. Chapin tells us he
finds it pays best to leed slock as tbty
winter in better condition an I are more
fit for an early market.
What has become of "Dick" of Hugo?
1'ethaiis he has found a wife and so has
no time to w rite for the Coi'kikk.
The above portrait is that of
Countess Mogehitud, of Chica
(.'o, III., whose cratttude for the
benefit receive J from the use of
Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
"It mT.'nin me srrat plrisure to s.'.J
mv totim -nt to the very ncc'.Unt
mvritj ot llr. M.les' Nervine. Aithouh
1 am pjst t -ears ot see I hnd it
l,H-lhesthe tired brain, quirt the irh.
latevl nenres and insures resttul llrrp.
1 pever feel tuntentrd with ut a lott!e
vL it ia the house." (.iratefullv yo-ars,
Cuuntb M.f IstuJ.
is a nerve tonic and strengtH
butlder that starts right in re
storing health immediately.
Sold by all Drusslst.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Eikhsrt, Ind.
3 mollis vjBirM'Q
at Vallsburg Track July 28, ride
m In tho enmatlonal time of - -
7 mm, 2& sec.
breaking the world record not
only lor the dlatance (B miles) but
for every mile from 1 to 5.
The way to do it
Orange Fronti oppo. Opera House.
County Court Proceedings.
The report of the county surveyor on
survey of wanon road between Volney
Colvit!, M. C. 11. Day and Edwin Smith
inSecJS, Tr 30, S R West, was filed
ami accepted liy the eourt.
The tax sale for the year 1805 of the
property ol John O'Neil of the following
deserihed property, to-wit: S,' SE'i
of Sec 29, To 30, S R 5 West and the
N'j of the N's of the K4 of the N E'i
of Sec 32, Tp 30, S R 5 est, was can
celled on account of irregularity.
Thu following wild animal scalps
were audited : G4 ecalps for the months
of July and August.
The road petition of Martin L, Law et
al for a road in road district No, 3 was
read and George Cronk, Benj. Diinmicx
and T. F. Croxton were appointed
viewers, and H, C. Perkins was
appointed surveyor, tosiueet and view
aid road on September 10th. 1001.
The report of the Sheriff of taxes
collected for the year on the roll of 1900
roll show the following :
Amount of taxes collected, $37,506.00;
amount of delinquent taxes at this date,
(8800.04; amount of sheriffs assess
ments (110 02. The roll was ordered
c'owd for the further-collection of taxes
and the sheriff directed to proceed to
advertise the tax tale according to law.
The following claims were allowed and
ordered paid by warrant :
J B Benson, care paupers
. 20 04
. 122 7t
'. 180 00
J W Howard, mrtse
M Chiles, n.dse paupers
Lincoln Savage, Btainps
Simmon? A Logan, lumber
Charles Crow, inlary
K (j Roper, telephone charges
state vs rsniiMi
J ti Iliatl, tax remittance
I II Miller, indee pauper
I Wolke, mdse
R L Harriett, stamps exp 8 00
Cramer Bros, mdse
Surveyor, roads 0 50
11 C Perkins, suiveyiug 20 Oil
0C Taylor, chainman 7 50
Win l ay lor. chainman
. 2 00
58 3 )
1 (10 !
A H Itroi ks, alinan
J W C tl'oian, itaginan
II Drake, w rk co property
II Drake, road wrK
A Morrin.wood court house
Glass A Priidhomme, stationery.
Pscilic lllk Book Co, stationery .
f P McConuell, examination. . . .
Belle linden, examination
C Major, attend paupers
I II Kincaid, bringing in Emms
M W Es-pv, election booth
a W l-ewis, bringing il Pat
II M B Fosa, care pauper
iC Booth, road supervisor
IJ A Pollock, care pauper
Norton, sprinkling streets
A Conklin, tax remittance
Irwin tlodann, stationery
U L Ce A Co, mdse pauper . , .
K VV Van Dvke attend pauper. . .
A K Voorhies, flag court house. .
A E Voorhies, pruning
I flolman, justice fes
I Handle, constable tees
Andy Ingrain, witness fees
i W Van Dike, innane ex.. ,
Trimble .v. Cook, mdse
VV E IH-sn A Co, mdse paupers. .
P D A I. Co, lumSer
Wiljun Co, mdse paupers
Ed Lister, stamps, trip poor (arm.
M Clemens, mdse paupers
VV II Flanagan, attend paupers. .
I S Mooie, iii-ane examination. .
VV M Bimch, bridge work
V ii t teand Mackin. md-v pmiper.
M M Bunch, bridiit work
B A Willtiflns, meaU paiier. . . .
H 1J Pohxien, mdr-e paiiiers . ..
I.onie Axtell, bridge work
If II Schmidt, mdse.
I W Cotl'inaii, bridge work
i S Moore, attend paupers
Nim Axlell, bridge ork
Slover Drug Co mdse paupers '.
J K Howard, bridge nrk
N Those, coniuiissionsrs saiarv
I Wells. .
Court adjourned until
1902, regular term.
A Shocking Calamity
"Lately befell a railroad laborer."
writes Dr. A. Kellet't.of Williford, Ark.
"Ilia foot wss bully i rnehed, but Ba k
leo's Arnica Salts quickly cured him.
It's simply wonderful (or Horn, r.oils,
Piles and all skin eruptions. It's tha
world's champion healer. Cure guaran
teed. Sc. Sold by Dr. Kremer.
is to do it on a
To Tho Public.
Dkab Friends: Wheieas all laboiini
classes have their day's work limited to
8 and 10 hours and the merchants and
clerkB have been working from 12 to 14
hours each day; we would respectfully
ask that you would aid ns in our move
ment for au early closing by making
your purchases before 0:30 p. m, the
present closing hour Saturday ex
cepted, By so doing you ill greatly
aid us in making the ilising effective
and gives us a little time for recreation
and pleasure with our fain il iff. Believ
ing that you will be willing to aid us in
this way and assuring you of our appre
ciation we are, Yours faithfully,
Tiik Merchants and Ci.khks op
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety waa felt for the widow
of the btave General Buriihatn oi Much
ias, Me., when the doctors said she
would die from Pneumonia before morn
ing" writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, who
attended her that fearful night, but she
begged for Dr. King's New Discovery,
which had more than onco Baved her
life, and cured her of Consumption, Al
ter taking, she Blent all nivht. Further
use entirely cured her." This marvel
lous medicine is guaranteed lo cure all
Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases. Only
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Dr.
Kremer'a drug store.
SAILOR'S NARROW ESCAPE.
Falls Overboard, and la Burrouadvi
br Sharks h
fsyluB Johnson, a aailor, on board
the British steamer Elluinv, which
recently arrived at Mobile, Ala., from
St. Vincent, Cape Verde islands, had a
most thrilling experience while the
steamer wua on the voynge to that
port. Shortly after leaving St. Vin
cent, and when the vessel was some
thing more than 200 miles to sea,
Johnson, who was going about his
duties on deck, went to one side to
attend to some lines. Leaning far
over the roiling, he lost his balance
and plunged head Hrst Into the wa
ter. Several men on deck saw John
son aa he fell, and signaled for the
engines to be reversed, at the laiue
time throwing a life-preserver to
him, but this he failed to get', as the
eas were running high. The Ellaniy
wss going a speed of ten or twelve
knots per hour, and, although the
engines were reversed, she had gone
a good distance from where Johnson
fell overboard before a boot could be
Johnson, in that meantime, was
struggling to keep' himself afloat,
knowing that some one would come
to his rescue. He divested himself of
all his clothing, thus making the task
of swimming in the high seas much
easier. Shortly after doing this, nnrl
as he was floating along, he saw to
his consternation that several big
sharks were moving uround him as if
undecided whether to eat him or unit
awhile. Every time the sharks would
approach him, Johnson would lent
the water anil jeil at the top of Ins
voice in n:i effort to scare them away.
Johnson was iilmoM exhaii-inl
with swimming and calling for le p
when Sei'.-.in .,,. Aiislinin ::m! Fir-l
Officer Nicholson, who pit out in a
small boat as toon as the vessel h.ol
been stopped, rowed up and pulled
the almost exhausted form into the
boat. They rowed hack to the steam
er and were hauled on hoard. John
son was overcome from his lung stnj
in the water and his thrilling experi
ence with the sharks.
P. T. Thomas, Snmpterville, AU., ' I
as suffering ftoiu dyspep-uii when I com
menced taking Kodol Dvspepsia Cure. 1
'Ook Several bottles and can digest ant
thing," Kodol J)spepsia Cure ia the
only preparation containing all the natu
ral digestive fluids. It gives weak stom
achs entire rest, restoring their natural
of all kinds
Sloyer Drug Co.