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ROGUE KIVER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OKKOON.
Published Every Thursday.
One Year, in rdrance,
Hix Months, ...
Tbree Months, - -
Hingis Coinen, ., . -
Furnished on application at the office, or
A. E. VOOHHIES, I'roi-r. it Mnor
Entered at the pout oftiixi at Grants !',
Oregon, as iecoiil-c)aa mail matter.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ill, li0H,
Geo. M. Cnrtelyou waa aworn
Wolnrwlar ninrniiiK at 1 1 o'clock in
tlin preHence of member of tlio cabinet
as mx-retiiry of the Drimrtmcnt of
Commcrre, by Justire Poller. 1
A projxwal to buy an ciecutive
mansion waa killed in tint legislature
on Tneailay. Governor ('liainlxrlain
had declared tlmt lio would uit live
in tho liontut anyway, and tliia atiile
munt waa oiio of tho immediate rea
sons for killing tin' appropriation.
IjMt Sunday wiw
day"ln Grunts PaKS.
ia making a vigorous
effort to piiforco tint
xnlooii laws of
this city and Hlmald lm fiuppnrtcd in
thin poMtion by the citi.ena and thofe
who voted to liuikn him mayor. The
Hiiloon men liavo obeyed tho Kunday
cloainx order readily enough and in
all likelihood will comply with tin
law without cavllins if Heiitlmeiit
bucka tho mayor In tliiH move.
Til tH week tho Oregon lcgislatim
flu i bIk h its liihora. The finish of tin
semto'iiil deadlock ia waited with
much interest mid tho prophctH an
silent iim tho end aiiroehea. Politi
cal liciirta lire aleeled nu: iiiHt. nil
shirks. In Tuesday's vote, nine
Miiltiiotmili toteaand one of Fnllou'a
men wont fo (Jeer, giving him li.
votes as HK"iut Fulton's !i:i. Tin
Fulton men lire wiiil to lie diKpoHcd l(
stay with their ciiinliilalii to the end,
even though hucIi a courae should ro
suit in no election. Vcdncnliiy'n
volo givn (Jeer 27 and Fulton IIJ.
"Doc" Ames, tlio famoua booilh
mayor of Mlniientiolia, liua liecu run
down and caught. Ho was found at
the home of his slHler-lii-lnw In New
Ilaniliahire, a mere pliiionl wreck, on
tlio very verge of colliipae. lio will
fight Ms extradition. TheAinea system
of loot was perlmpit the most sciindnl
oua that over disgraced a great city in
this conutry. Unmlilers, crooks and
criminals of nil sorts were invited to
conic to tho city to jmraau their nefar
ious profeHNioua under jiolieo protec
tion. A grand jury invest igiit ion com
pelled Ames to flee the atato after he
bad been virtually deponed by his lieu
tenants. Ho la now reaping tlio har
vest of bis crimes.
Hcrcaftur, according to a bill punned
by tho proHont legislature, the carry
ing out of death sentences will l'
douo at tlm atiitn imnitontiiiry. This
is a good law. It sometimes appear
necessary, for tho good of society, to
remove a mini from bis place among
tho living but it is not necessary that
. the removal should 1st witnessed by
any iiuiiiImt of jieoplo. Kxeeutlons
should bo as private as is consistent
with the inisirliiuee and gravity of
the matter. There waa a time when a
"liangiu" wits considered n Slavics of
puhlio entertainment, but that time
lias iwased as we have advanced fur
ther from savagery. The bill Is prnlia
bly a sourco of relief to many sheriffs
in this state.
This week lias witnessed the term
ination of tho Venezuelan Incident
nil the raising of the blockade.
Agreements have been reached be
tween Venezuela and the allies by
whirl) Venezuela advances a inirtinn
of the debts nod agrees to the setting
1I of B niutiigo of the receipts of
certain ports for further imyunnts.
The question of preferential claims is
to lie referred to the Hague tribunal.
The captured Venezuelan ships and
othei property are to bo returned.
euc.uclii conies out ol tlic scrape very
creditably, mainly ow ing to the firm
lleas of Minister llowen. 11 xitl.-til
l astro gamed credit for judicious
action Hi serious dilemmas. The at
lltuile of America, through 1'resideul
Kmwcvclt and Serretarv I lav has been
digullli'tl, strong anil honorable. Will
..... l.l.. !
mi any i, turner or insistence uu our
lairt, the Kurois an nations were iiiiud
nil or tlin American sentiment and the
strong though pcihiiw iinpiikcn in
nuruce of Amerira was a gn at factor
in pulling Venezuela safely throng!
Iter ditllcult it s.
We have had lots of good luck with our Shoes. People
tell us they wear well. W'c think it is Ix-causc we strive
to buy the kind that wears. We do not search for
shoddy stuff when buying.
MAYOR IS IN THE ARENA
Mr. Ba.fh.or Tevkes Some Excep
tions to Mr. Hough's Remarks.
RED STAR STORE: J
V. i:. Dean & Co., Iropr.
Front street, oppo Depot. j
Mine Sold to San Francisco Cnp
It&llsls for $45,000.
Thu fiimous Hcribncr-l undersoil
mines of tho Wolf ( reek district
were sold lust week to K. I). (Jim-
stead, representing Kan Francisco
irtics, for sl.,(KX, of which a cash
iniyment of $.,000 has already been
made. Tho prnierty embrace 1:20
acres of ground, including a porphyry
dike which has been traced ami j.ros
js'i'teil for a lcngh of about half a
mile. This dike is .".il to Km feet in
width and the greatest depth reached
is .Ml feet, at which depth tle gold
values still continue. A tunnel has
In en run a distance of Jim feet. The
dike la estimated to carry average
values of iflO per ton.
This mine la a wonder and a
curiosity among mining men mid
balllea the know ledge of nil the ex
pert who have ever examined it.
The porphyry itself carries very little
gold, but it ia Interwoven and inter
laced with a network of si aim and
stringers of oxydi.ed ore anil it is in .
these that the gold occurs. The
mine has liccii a perfect marvel of
richness since its first discovery. It
was first worked by mniiing and as
high as t-'lM) lo the pun has been se
cured. Afterwards it waa worked by
sluicing and lately by means of an ar
ras! re, as a large sTcentage of the
gold waa lost by the -sluicing process.
All the work heretofore done has
hern on the surface. Tho rock is
soft and casilv worked at the sur
fiu'e, though increasing in hardness
with depth. It is claimed positively
that there is enough ore in sight at
the present time to pay for the mine
many times over.
RICH ORE ON 10SEPHINE
Gold King Mine Is Making
Washington's Birthday I'rograin
The iiioihImts of tho literary society
of the (iraiits l'ass high school w ill
give a Washington's birthday program
on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. :.'(.
HEGE BROS. BAD LUCK
Three Months Lnlior
Away bv Hood.
Tho liege brothers, who have tins
winter been lilting up it placer mine
on the east fork of Ilolauil clock,
suffered severely by the recent Hood.
Iloliind creek became a raging and un-
ontrollalde torrent, sweeping iiwuv
their diehes, dam, Humes, equipments
and all the results of three months
hard work. They were nearly ready
to mine but hail not yet taken out any
gold. They will return later and re-
tit tho mine for working
ihe ground prospects well in coarse
gold and the mine seems certain to
lie a protitahlo one when plot rlv
ciiiipid ami worked.
M. Marks of Seattle, who recently
bonded the Gold King mine on Jose,
phine creek has returned with the
report that he has discovered and
opened up a wonderful lodge traceable
for HW fret on the surface, the rock
from which while not showing free
gold, assays from 100 to IIIKM) per
ton. This is the ledge discovered
more than a year ago by F.d Daily and
Tom Johnson and which made quite a
sensation at the time.
li.y some it issupjKisod that this late
strike on Josephine ensrk ia but tin
rediscovery of a rich ledge that was
found and lost nearly ."ill years ago.
The Frenchman's Lost I.eilgo Was the
name of a Hud, or at b ast what was
claimed to be a remarkable find on
Josephine ("reck. Lewis liellils. a
Frenchman, who mined and prospect
ed through the pioneer diggings of
Oregon during the early days and who
died in Willamette Valley two years
ago, made a discover? on Josephine
creek, while coming over the mount
ains by pack pony from Crescent City
ill April l"i.V Ho stopH'd to fake
drink of water from the creek ami
while so doing was attracted by the
glitter of yrild from the ls d of the
stream. He gathered up a quantity
of fragments of float quartz that wen
rich in gold, but was driven from the
spot by a band of hostile Indians be
fore he could make a .thorough- in
spcction of his liml. In his haste he
neglected to take a mental inventory
ol the ground and was neve r able ti
locate the spot again. In after years,
and in fact up to a short time before
his deatli, Lewis liellils searched from
end to end of Josephine creek and
completely over the hills of the Waldo
county, but never again could he
liud even a I rare of the treasure that
he was given a glimpse of in the ral ly
for This Purpose Is Passed
by Legible. lure
THE ROGUE RIVER BRIDGE
temporal y Approach Finished
nnd Teivms nre Ciosslnj
The teniiHiniry approach on tb.
south side of the liogue ru, r hi idgi
..s ...uipieoM oil .Yioini.iy alteruoon
and teams Is-gan crossing lor the Mi
I one since ' lioo.l. 1 he n plan OH ut
of the bridge ends an eta of s. l ieu
which in some i is,
hardship. The propli
the oile r side of ll ,
ell cenis II, d lo n do
net a I. old, r h
in "id, r to g,
lliconvi in, n,
w ho live on
river have 1
use of a loot In nig,
gain the main briil
to town and haie Is-, u
obtaining supplies. Trad
rd grr.it ly mid t. m, r
Is ru very i tit i at it in for
tion of the structure. A
two thirds of the wood
(iriua l'ass comes from ti,
lei V gl, at I
ii air ,
has sutTi r
li ply o
tin r id,
of the river, Ihe low u I, as ,
itiiiioai u wihhi laimiie and prnesol
furl rose w Ith ii jump The comple
tiou of the bridge relieves an un
comfortable condition ,,r d,,, j, ,,
of both sides i t tin. river.
Collar Hone ttioken
Frank ISrillitu, a S.I' l,v it,
fireman ami the son of J, . i.ntlitl
of (iraiits 1W, broke bis collar ben,
on Monday at Siskiyou bv flipping
mil i inning on ine tee. lie
dowu to I, rants l'ass Tin sdav ev
aud on Wi-.lnes.lav evening' he
to I'ortlmid to enter the hospital. il
accident, while not a. nous, nuiv le, p
bim from work for two mouth 01
I.dvit iMIon bv Mali
Kduealioii by correspond, -nr. has
reached a stage w In re own nolo
late ISTson should know soinellun,-
if the system. The Internal mnal Cm .
I'ellll , Were
agojiy T. .1. Fo:
agcnient of the I '
The schools a
Tet book Co. I
up capital of i
Were creeled rsp
dence woik at tin
hundred thoiisauil dolhu
the schools are teaching
study. On Jan. 1. p.m;
rollmeiit was .vm, .'; .
So rant, i
the 1 I ,
ry I ik i ii, i
How l;:i,, -
e- Int. ni.it u n il
- I, ii.il l,.n a paid
li.V to. COMcspoll.
CO-t ,f several
Hals. At pn-s, til
l-'l entilses of
the total ell
display in the w indow .
Masonic building whi,
ehatge of J. J. Iienuer Ihe
of the schools. In -.t Woe
tail ly good dcmon-tration
Her 111 Which the Woik is
K I '.ill of Portland.
Slls-l nil, n.l, III ,,f the
of the school
f the N, w
h was in
lo. al ai tit
icl, . was a
n of the iii.iii -s
Is nig done.
the :i i i :.nt i
I iregoii division
gae a orv pi let i, il
demonstration of what may b. done bi
ns., of the phoiiograi h in I
The legislature defeated I lie measure
for the support of the Oregon liureau
of Information at Portland calculated
to advertise the resources of the stair,
hut it has passed another mrasuir
Il promises to be of lunch hrnetil
lo counties that will take advantage
of il, in the way of authorizing Ihe
evi niliture of county funds to adver
tise the resources of Hie and induce
immigration and settlement.
The text of the bill is as follows:
"Section I. That the county court
of . ... Ii of these everal counties of this
state he and is hereby authorized and
empowered to appropriate out of the
general county fund of such county
i not otherw ise appropriated, such
' reasonable amount of uioiicv not ex
ceeding th,. sum of $ino annually, as
to such court may seem wise and ex
l .in nt for the printing and distrihut
init in sin h olh, r forms as may he d
t. fmin. .1 upon for the purpose of ad
V' f iin and making known the
in. ...is agm ultiirul. horticultural,
milling manufacturing, commercial
and oilier resources ol such county,
and tor the puis.se of making exhibits
I at oouuiv. district and stai..
Inasmuch as ihere is a
sity for the taking ot
looking to the effective
ol such resources, an
r. fore is her. by de
fer which reason il.is
To the F.ditnr:
The gentleman from tlm First ward
broke out in the Courier last week
and aniiooncea that he ia hunting a
"row." I have noticed that gejitle
mcu of pugilistic tendencies usually
get what thry are bsiKiiig aftrr. To
use the classical language of Mr.
(ieorgo Aide, "Those who are en
titled to it usually get it, sooner or
later." Now I am not hunting a
"row, " iu the newsjiapers or out ot
them, but 1 am disposed to reply to
sonic of the charges of the gentleman
in search of notoriety.
Ilia first assert ion is that I w aa not
"elected " mayor, hut am only acting
under "color of title;" whatever J lint
may lie. I am no lawyer js-rhaps
Mr. Hough ia but I think the color
by which I hold the oflirc of mayor is
as good an that by which Mr. Hough
continues to hold on to his seat.
I received a certificate of election
from the projs r oflicer and I was duly
and projsTly elected. Whether the
voters acted w isely at the last elec
tion, ia not for me to say; but our
thing ia certain no one voted for Mr.
Hough. He may have a technical
"color of title" to the place lie con
tinues to ocenpy, hut; he knows, as
every one knows, that he should have
retired in favor of the gentleman who
received olio half of the votes of his
ward and in whose favor the tie vote
waa decided by casting lots. Mr.
(ialrrner ia justly anil fairly entitled
to the scat to which Mr. Hough con
tinues to cling; but this has little
weight with Mr. Hough. What he
seems to be looking for ia notoriety.
The remarks of this gentleman about
the employes of the " Kentucky Cor
siratioii" are hardly worthy of reply
and I will only say that his cry will,
in all prohahilitT, not he heard in
Kentucky. The gentlemen referred ti
ran take care of themselves. Mr.
Hough semis to hint ut some sort o!
an alliance between the S. P. Co am
socialists. Perhaps there ia such an
alliance. It would certainly furnisl
wi edifying sis'ctnclu; but I bad su
poseil that thry would not mix any
better than grace and original sin.
Mr. Hough has much to sav about
tax payera. I understand that he con
Intuited something less than J to the
lax collector last year.
Query If Mr. Hough tools his
horn in proportion to the taxes he
pays, what would happen if he should
pay J ?
So far us I know there haa not !.
and ia not likely to lie any "row
between myself and thu city council.
e have not agreed about the person
nel of the iipisiintive officers, but the
only js raon who has tried to get up a
row" la Mr. Hough.
inn law gives me mayor the power
to fill certain offices. The law h
mauds that the mayor shall we that
the laws lire enforced. 1 intend to
attend to both duties tl) the best of
my ability, without fear or favor.
In order that I may be able to perform
the duties of my oilier, it is necessary
that the other executive (.Hirers shall
he under my control. I intend that
they shall be. If the council anil
myself cannot agree iiihui rinaneiit
apiKiintments, I shall continue ti
make teinNirary a.s,iutinents from
time to tune. There is no danger
that the ritv will get into anv
. ii.. ti I, . ...
i.oiion'. i snail act only within n.v
rights. Mr. Hough is unduly excited.
I't him attend to his bu-iiiess and I
w ill ntti iid to mine.
Hut let no one suppose that Mr.
Hough represents anyone but himself.
In advocating a measure intruded bv
him to Is. antagonistic to the "Ken
lucky CorH.r;ition" be found no one
uinii the council to supisirt him, and
when he insisted ukui a continuance
IK rlormanee in the talking line, the
illicit unanimously adopted a million
that further discussion be disis-nsed
1 feel like as.logi.ing for taking up
your scr for so trival a matter. Let
the incident be considered closed.
,T. F. I'.ashor, Mavor.
MORE GOLD ON COYOTE
Strike at Property of Sew
York & Western
A rich strike has recently beru
made at the Thompson group of mines
on Coyote crock, on- of the proT
ties of the New York York & Western
Mines Co. which are being dovoloi-d
under the manag.-mcnt of Foster A;
Gunnell. A large body of very rich
ore was uncovered in the north drift
of the tunnel, at a depth of about w
feet from the surface. The ore shows
free gold in amazing abundance and
with the large on- body in sight, the
mine presents a very gratifying ap
pearance to the owners. This mine
is one of the biggest and most valua
ble projiosit ions in Southern Oregon.
The Vein is -10 feel wide b.tw-.-n
walls, though it is not all quartz for
the whole width, but th re is in to I'.
feet in width of solid ore. The mine
wi.l he thomugloy developed and
d before being rqulppi d.
ROAD FOR GALICE
Proposed Change of Route to
Avoid Taylor Creek
The (lalice creek road w is v. ry
badly damaged during the late flood.
At several points where it ran around
and below rocky points next the river,
it was entirely swept awav anil con
siderable work will n quired to
make it passable for v. liiel. s. The
miners of the district have signiih-d
their willingness to hi ar the greater
portion of tlin expense incident to re
construction and with the aid of tin-
county, it is expected that the mad
will he rebuilt in far Is Iter shape
than li.-fore. There 's a movement to
change the road from its former rout. ,
lo run on this side of theriv, r to a
point below th'- mouth of Taylor
creek and several advamag. s an
claim, d for this route, Taylor creek
is a large stream and iiulenlable iu
high water, 'ihe new way would
i limiiiiite this obst rucitoii and also
the steep ii nil difficult Taylor ore k
hill. There quite a large hill also
ill tic projected route but it is uiiich
more feasible for road construction.
There are also a number if min. rs
and settlers on this side i f the river
Ui heiielit by such a change, while on
the other side lie re is nothing be
tween the old crossing and the mouth
of Taylor creek. This was the route
originally intend, d for tie- ro:ul a"d a
part of the grading was don,- year-
.Mr. aud Mrs. ;.... II. Parker cele
brated their 2." tli wedding anniver
sary, the "silver wadding," on Fri
day evening. Tli.-ir home was va ry
prettily and appropri itely decorated
in honor of the occasion. The walls
were hung with oriiain, nts and em
bleuis of silv.-r in harmony with the
tradition of this festival. Ili-,id.- the
immediate in. mh rs of the family,
there wi re present about I'. invit. '1
friends. The evening w as pl.-asant !.v
si'iit in social enjoyment. Mr. and
Mrs. Parker weie the recipients of a
numberof handsome J r. --.-tits of silv r,
tokens of the r, ganl of tl.eir In, n,!-.
ine inrisiian s-cirnce Soi-i.-tv
this city held the service of d' d
tion iu their new r.-ading in at
corner of II and '.'.l street. 'I he . r
vice was the r.gular son ice of the
society. Mr. I'. A. 1Mb u, ault ol
Duliilh, Minn., conduct. .1 the ser
vice, in,, lollowing out of town
pie were present : Mr. and Mr-.
Morris W. her, and (ieo. W. h. r of
Uoseburg; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. ('has,.
md daughter Porl, soa. Mrs. Mallory.
Vj.awson and Mr. (Hll.ortson of
.1 we colli" lotwaio
good business, i
1,,-r board, rs
i t bu
Lrlaml Sifting.-, although
searec at ine oies,-.,.
T. J- Mack.-ii has a
flne.l.KlaV.s" but I
,,r ,.t l.r ois-ratoi 's family l"
rived. liu-iii'ss d
lur hotel is doing
The landlady give
plenty of hash.
TI,.- rack trains are ke
rvin,. -III. IilieS loWll
Mc.Nail is the iackvr.
The mines are all running fu l,l;';t
i- tie- -now is inciting si
miner, get the lull tn
I i,.r l.osl, , thee is doing a lug 1
ness in valentines. Son
-eiv.d very comical on.
surmise who s- lit lie in
i;. W. Clia;.in was .
-trc-ls .- ning api
He has to Use a p.e
a good woil; mate rcn-uu...
As we ar, Laving fn-ty nights and ,
nice bright sunshiny
except 111 lie nig
, r so tin-,
i,e SHOW j
it mid. s.
Stock is doing well.
fed : others in-- not.
In n ailing tie- report.- of dilleri-nt
members of th.- legislature - think
lt.-presenti.iive Haie is -omul on the
h-li .;u. -tion. Hume h is made him
self rich ill tie- expense of the tax
., avers lie' fi-l. question is on IV
to'lavor a few. We s.r vote down mi
ippropiiatiotis. If lluiiie ivants a
IlilteiMTV let llllll blliM "lie lllld '! ll'-'
farmers' w ho pay the most tax. s and
g.-r no ti-h.
The Copper Stain is waiting b r
g,,od wa ath.-r to ci mile n-e on the
agon r 1 It is ruiiioi, d that the
I odd Hug will join others in cou
sin, .-ling the road to their mine on
Ml I!- ui.. n bv un. in ing the tis-
edit at tac base of lie- east side of the
mountain. A g 1 wagon road can In
built on an . a.-y glad- lo the top ot
In- mouninin. In in Leland down
le or. ok ,s a g. .--I r. ad b.jl, . ..inpes-
d of biolo n b. droek and oile r
nat.-i ial thai makes gord read, 'i lie
re. i.t i i.d.l P.uit r. ad is init'a.-s;bie.
Always keep in mind
that we employ only first class . t
Plumbers and Tinnzn
and consequently can do work that will satisfy 'otI
Give us a trial and be convinced. - f
Grants Pass Hardware
Front Street, Opposite Depot,
A. E. CARLSON. Propr. GRANTS PASS
jt,m it rf nirr'Y .,T9n for
p, ii.. d at tb.ld Hug.
All work i
S,,!i ol o,I- p. o le ale CS 1'lellClllg
trouble iu going to ilitlVp id points as
th- -ar. run so iir. gularly thiswin
i, r. In this di-trici it ha- he. u a
ni mihl w int. r. I'arirug the -new
.'.inn. We haven't I. ad anv illd but
win n we r ad of the big w iial storms
in "tl" r pai ts we ar- g lad that w.
live in soul I,, 111 t 'leg. i. V e ale a
happy, tented people We b,-ii, la
in industry and i eonomy. 'I lull is
why in- pr"-p, iiiU-. We have a
marriage oeca-lona 1 1 , and would
have more if our young i Hows would
tnalo- up their minds inor- iuie!.
We see t lie mayor and city council are
at war in (limits l'a-s. 'j hat is hail.
Our city da, is pull ti getlur; all work
in harmony ; we have no trouble,
tier marshal som.-i ini.-s gets after
some of the ., ople that goes to t ho
)i w drop too oft. n. No sickle s. to
report. Wide Awake.
month (ieoi'ero Wash-
inni m tin' man
woril w;is to 1k' relied
. o i ..
use Hour so u ior
ill tlio bunion
i v other II--n r.
thoroughly reluihle, ene,ak,
-i V w ho can devote t, vliulr ,'.
hsrtnne to bu-in..... oJnk
some business exp,.rie,K.e prei4'.
dress "11," Courier Uilice j
A ranner for l,.Pr nST.''
v iiiessi'upitalul jl.xiij ,(.),
I'or particulars nee .loseph y";
Kslate agent, Oraals I'asj, iire,, ,
ood farm Iiiiud. .hibiTlFr'
near Wildi'rville. Oregon. ''
month in th-o
4 n cnrrgnii. inanncer 'Uv ot.
opened in tin. ,-iiv forlWl,
luring concern. sulrv One Hm...
lars per month extra iuiiinii,,iM,'
i pensrs. nve Hundred Hullana,,
Iiliotoirraiill-' uy rcpnri-d lle.l of rifennm i,
1 Manager, I'. O. I!u sn
. to 11 ,
C. I- ClcvenjsVr,
(Iran Is I'nsi-'.
EO'ARD AND LCDC1V
1)oatd and Lodging. In,rtiirr ii
' Mallory. cor -'! uiul 11 sirrtt
y Caw, fresh, a
rringtoii visited (.rant
.i. k hut i
.li t 'ouia 11 returned
.veiling from (.rants
leirrickurin has h,i,-n
.lit. I.e. lie of (iraiits
wa. in our city Sunday and pn ached
in the M. K. church Sunday cv, niiig.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Jordan's in! ant
.laughter is quite si. h and was taken
to Or ants Has. Moluliv l,.r lie dual
M ssie i,l, the 1, ai l.el-'s
it l .rants I'a.s last w
the paper that she up.
.ifl grade c.-rtiti.-ate
eighr new in. i: iin is r.'
the Hiq list Hunch Sini
m -Mr. and .Mr-. Milt
H. n'l- y, Mr-. Havi-
-s Ida lb ynoid-, Lena Carter.
Aii-tan, .a Tvl, r.
11 ar,- invited to ntt'-nd the out. I'
ll by tie- si In ..1 l-'cb. '.I,
all to come pr.-p ii.-d i,,
t iii the g 1 work tor
Mi - M iry
evaminat ion i
:lli leceiv, ,
pin d f. r-a
'l ie le W el'
. . II. '1 ill to
OPP. OPERA HOUSE
Seven Kijlit.i Jptm
ni 0 .1. Kni,
1 JeU'inn Hare- for ale or truin
try. liiitirf of IIowaih Mr
UkTnVl whole root iipple twTj -
Kurt-ka Nursery, Wife
J. II. KohinmjN.
i i I.I, the st:inianl variety of -
ut the Kun ka nursery nt i
iviMe. Ore., Sattmtion in pr,
! quality KUurantftj'l. J il, Koi:ic
t:iIK ranch, EwxTfrl
VM' iiplt oi.hanl, MiiaL
Htiuiulaine; wuter tor irjipitiutL
prinKi ' every lo ai res; cemerrfi
rMiiie country ; two itrteliitij: ti
hum, every ihin riiiiiplete; tu-. .
from trots, ;;oo(l iinnuin nurktw
luilf mile nor i li ot Tunnel U, print
lniiiire ut this oilue.
1 i u g 1 1 . 1 g i
FOR SALE BY
,,' . All are iiivitcl to attend tl nt. -r- tf''ih
' a, line nt gi, n t.v tie- si In ..1 1-eh. -.1, Jl -
1'.'' We a-k all to ,-nni.- pr,-pi,e, , S
i.,te and : t in th,- g 1 work tor t ,1 "
''" s' l'ool- As I re slat.d, all will - ;
i be adllllit, ,1 to the ell!. 1 t a I II Ine lit f'l,e , ' - .
"I ' h.rg -. I'y a unaliilnoi.- v..'e of '
t lie school, I i,o I II!, rtailllllellt W ill b, jt , , ' '
?n ii at 1 rot. .MeCon,,, U s I, .,11. a. ,
-M. rlin Night ll.iwk. j t ',
Olendnle Items. ' .
Mr. .aw sou and Mr. (lilhertsou ,,f ...... ' .'.'."
"'"!:'!" M-- K. C S'-.nnanfur- t, r vi.',t' v f "i '' m"!'"t-,"l"r- ,
msh.-d the inu-.c. ' r' 1",'"""n"' li:
.1. I, ' 1 , w, y of H,i. ,,:.., . ,.
Fit IVrkins. jat l.agl.-t 'nv, Ala-I.a, .-ug-ig. d iu . . n n
l'r. -id. in V, l.-.,r. I.I.. I '. of I 'nion ' 'r', "u'.. '' ' '' ''' m ll.at l.tr Il V
.'Olh go, f, oeetolv, N . V., ill i 1 1 s : I ' W ,
.. -i- .gi -i i" ii am that our ,i i : :-
i"k .i an, r l.'l I ikin- j, c i i r t t w '
"I"'1"' :'' ' f'"' '"!!' K'- Alumni! was tak, n '.ud,len'.'v"',li" .'n'h, '':,k I Ph""C "'
1 """ r i'l M. lm.-i.ieo-. wo had the ! ''tval at his ,,:, ; ,.,",. m i ,r,d I
'mnioiisi for the third tin,,- b-fore i ' "' ' " !" r' ''' '"! -'ti call, d i,',
"iii-col!. e.. M- i.,,-!.:,,. is , i i ""' M"k '"': "! '"-'' 'U:ht-r.
. , ,', nu.-t p'.itlorm ,m,Tis f , J W- V 1'-a. -on ha. 1 :,..!..
Advertised Letter, w ,- in ,, ,!,.,,,,, :, . n,'. -. J, , , ' vL".,,'. v',' ' i, ' ' ' "" ' '" P"
l-ll-mg,s,e lis, f letters,,.- ,s; ,,, ,,, :, ' a'-'I a- V V ii
n-.u.ng uncalled tor in ,l,e lir,.,s ilnuk.r 1;- ,!,.,,,,- ,. ,,;,. Mi. f l.r .-.'. I . ; ,,, a-', ;, 1 "
l'ass post olllccSiturdav. l-'.b. M.;ti:i- ,...,.,. , " ! 'I.- .u- t..-v .it s:.,..v,:, ,,- Vfai
- ' '.un .inn con- i . ,v .
i i.ai'iks. I,,,-, e,,;i. -,. .,.., ,'';;! .r;.s..,;',,.,V.r ""'""
..Mm trunk Johnson. Mrs N.,i-v Paih-v I ir.-n , . 1 ', ., M,- 1', il ,. ,1 . , 1- 1 r v ... ..t t.
'J- Hark. M. .'. r , " . - ' ' '' r.
John frees.. II v 1 i:.i ... t" ' . I '"" ' I in r l.l. .s I
pic-nig iieo.siiy lor the taking ot i- i.- .,, ' ,. ' ,." '" . "- . -- !
. " '''".', r. I', .looes. ' j ... ,
in. one -i. s looking to the ctlcctive j -lidy II. .letlli.s, ,los, , , I loll, ,r f "l. .- ' i IKI i Ill.l;S. 1
'nor. g,.ri i . .ia- , , , : ,. , .
W. H. Moriiiuer, Kiank Morion' ' ' .V'vj Atl" "''c - :v , u w,:;l
111. vol IJ,,.. I.- o. "' . I .?." ';!,.! lee- .1.1 .... . '. I
i.ocM-t, fr winch r,,,o ii.uKv"Vh.VsV.,: . .... v.,; :,:
a.-t ..hall take ,tl.,t and Is. in f,,rc ' Kruuk I luhbaid i .' .. "' . -i . . 'if i ! , . , . ,, ,., . ',.; , ,' "'-' '' 'r '' ' I
aiidalter it- approval bv the gover-' t'.K.lIari i.l'.M ,'' ' . i ' ,''" ',:rv- rry
nor." " " '' I " ' i ""' '"-"' ni...,..j
To the Public. - ;l"''-r - ' "-M 'I4...X.
! Hook IWiMlon -Soc-iftl i .... . ,, , , , ii.tA, 1 j , t y .!, ., k i ,r u 1 !d ing 1, , I
Ihe Altar Nh-i.-iv of m. I.uke'n , '' building and are sit u., d .o a. ,, 'V.V f ''' :"' ' 1 Vv.ie'., ti , l.i, k
iU I'old a book donation "' the v. ry low.-.t pics,.,, !,'';'', T ' V i ! m fi:n;.!i , gj. tr ;,.,, !
-s ial al th,- ictorv on l-'cb. .1, at . 'i , ,'"''"' ,,f '''-'"" "fs'ii- '-.''' ' K i-. t ii.g ' '
,, , i , ' '"' installments-old in-in- , S - , . . s
inlii I "t ll l'r"l 1 1:i'e for the in. uts taken in exchange. A full ,n, ' s- A' ' 1,: " ' -v "'' ' ' Tavlo, j
i.u.la s"l i, , , I wi;l admit anv, .ne V 1 ,,r . .. , iuu un. - -, ' v.. at S .i ... ,
iAna,!:;,:r,,"m" " """""" ,u,a 77 iru 1 V l v 1 ! T. . '
. ' Ma'.n. Manager ' " v--. f ; T r.v l'lc'.ori ll
. . - I, 1 ... 1
A, J li '-'.hi s Mipc,
' FOR GENTLEMEN ! 'r r. i - r. X: : : ,-,VK'
cvv ... i'. :.-. r. . ,.::.g, )-,-, v., ' 1 '
PRICE. ON EVERY PAID V'- I'-NirOUM.
4 I ' -1 . . I . .
I ' - '!.... .11,:-: ,. , 1 - - ,., ""'' L ' la'-:-'!.., ;, ,.r '
j '' - - v. ! . n " " -': -- .:.:'. f .:,.,;.,. ,.,:,v
l ' " '-, i s- a. , ! '': - w k, ., w , i
: s ."" '- -.- ! V,,..ir:
'd-'o. : , i iV 'ni ii H 'i , ' ''-t j ' ' ' ' .' ' 1 ' ;:' r n--'..t. f.r I Citv
.r'.' V' " , , .-'ii ",e .. rt . ,
'.I..-. -- n- .. v ri! .,. , ,f i, , ' Ann ,v t .tore are
W ek :,.- ., '' ' 1 ni,' 1..; 1 . "rv t. red.,
i- :'. M: ',-....;,.. ad f j .si I ;', '' ' '" '"" - I rot, .(
W.O ,1 -v ,. ; . ,, , ' ,' Mllle
" i -'ol. W. Johnson
1 KAIOVAI, OK (il r'I' K-nr.1:
KAN. spi-eiuh-t ler di-eftsf-j . ,
1-:VK. KAIi, Nii.sK and IHUDil v"-
moved his ollices to .Miiuuii inri.
IHiilding, No. II (ivary M. cpratrSi
isan 1- ruuvisco.
l-'iiniilniii l'i n-WiiterBian'i i
: ,'..i0 to 0( at Cramer Bioi
LOOK A F ILK IHE
Aliuoff iiiinei'is.-aiy sdrn
mothers: but this hint won't It
harm. Our portim iu lonkit;. 3. fl
the wee folk is in snpplTinf qj
drugs and nieiliciues fur all tl"
inents whetlier on tin' doctor',: an
or your own choice for simp!' ? ftD
dioH. We exercise i veu niorf
l're:arinj; medieines for iliililM
Pharmacy and National Drug Store. I
Bet. Hawthorne Ave md M
THE H. C. ALBEE CO.
SAW MILLS, etc.
- IS (Jraiul Avenue. (Last Side)
Portland, . . Orego'
Grants Pass Opera House n
"ififiARA" "JS0aai) "isPlDl"
winnlcrof the art world C. A. do Leslie Hoi
vi.oi l'i;...;,,.. D:... ...i ...!,. for the
. ' "...in. lUllllL'U CAl.IVS.si.
tiiut te-.m Lxtu.siii ... a :.i..n 'i...i;,, Vmle.
l jlTtsi lU.ltlon 1)1' Vi.--.o-.e-, l.ll. ll, -,rl,!s iTeatcSt
1 Ins W on.lerfV.l I'aintiiiir nortravs the enacting ol
Ir.i 'o.lv. at 'i:n.in Unite renrcsents
s'-te In,!, an Maiden going over the Falls.,
'.it.' C.ri-at piljt (.,,,, . vptv intert.
ibition and talk In,ii, I (h,'o,1s and" Custom' I
.''.' K'.vcn ihtriiijj t'ie Exhiliition ot the Painting.
DUt'.'.eht will conclude with a rlioice selects .
i;s ui "Vc O'.don Tin,.. " T.
llHs., 1 11 III! lit I 11'
is Augusta 1
ainnieiit t'omini-ucs an 8:110 P. M.
The Cross ett Shoe's
EXTREME SH1E AT POPULAR PRICES IN DSLSSINO
the: feet cne should look rcn fit, durability
AND STYLE. YOU FIND ALL THESE IN THE. '
ONE NIGHT FRIDAY, FEB. 20
;.'MISSox E.NTIUE UOCSB a.T CF.NIS-
r.ui:, sl)(. ,
reirnii. .T ... ,
ii.n.i. m .
E. C. DIXON.
..ll . 1
' '"' outstimi
' '" l ehru
irv I. i.ii.i
will c.as,. :,f;,r
! Taken np at niv place. n'r y
' il,.. ,i..r r i",..,rv iiKiienr"'.
li"ise eolt" alK.ut It years oli.
! siiii iu fin.,., uo visible braini
er can have mm., 1T 1V1US '
J a dvcrtisvinetit and keejuiic- - 1
I i'. ti. ro'TO
treasurer. Voorhlw about Kodak. mJ