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ROGUE KiVER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Published Every Thursday.
One Year, in rdvsncs, $1.50
Hix Months, - , . - .76
Three Month. ... ,40
Hliiitle Copies, - .06
Humhed on application at the utiles, or
Ohitusrie ant resolutions of con
dolence will Ise charged for al 5c per line;
card of thank 'i0c.
A. E. VOORIIIES, Propr. & Mngr
Entered at the post ollii e at Grants l's"s,
Oregon, sa second-clss mail matter.
THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 190:i.
No one cau deny that Jleamcs,
tlinngli lio is defeated, made a gallant
race. Tliu odds wore too 'grcut. Il
would be almost a niirnclo for a dem
ocnit to bo elected to rotiKresti from a
district so strongly republican an this
one in. On state or county elections
tlio voters will naturally "Heratoh"
with fur more freedom tliun tin y will
wlii'ii unliomil issues aro involved.
All things considered, lid did well
whi n lie cut tlio natural republican
majority donn by half.
liingir 1 (crinami, the" liidnmi table, ' '
our newly elected oiiKrossmun, ban In
former years served Oregon well and
ably in the same capacity wbicb be
now re-entrs. Mis experience and
acquaintance with tint work will
enable him to step immediately into
place ill a milliner which would lie
impossible fur a new 1111111, tin matter
bow able bo might be. When Her
inaiiii was In congress his work was
very satisfactory and bo was nlweys
a very puliir 1111111 in his district.
It is the generally received opinion
that some other than llcrmiuiii will
bo the republican nominee next year,
yet it is likely that If Dinger wants
the rnnnniinutioii ho will be able
to cause Ms opioiiciits some anxiety
at that time, to sny the least,
Tho editor of the Enquirer of Mi d
ford has got himself into hot water by
his remarks concerning President
Roosevelt and is tho subject of a
great deal of indignant comment by
tho press of the state, irrespective ol
party, anil has been memorial i.ed in
condemnatory resolutions by a number
of organizations in Jackson county.
Ill his last issue he disclaims any
intention of serious offense, explain
ing that the objectionable remarks
Wuro "Jocular". The iiaragrapli that
drew tlio thunders upon his head
read as follows:
"Roosevelt does not (hitter the
pictures one sees of him and looks
for the world like some of these tough
bullet-beaded Dutch bartenders one
sees lu many eastern cities, and
when you get a good lookat him you
don't wonder that lie boasts of shoot
inga Hpaniard In the back, or loves Ihe
couiisiuy of a lawless baud of cowboys"
Tho editor declares that he really
intended to say that the presi
dent is a lx'tter mini than he
looks. In the meanwhile, ho is get
ting a great deal of advertising,
though not of the most desirable kind.
SALE OF FACTORY PLANT
Williams Bros, ftl Kende.ll F.x
Tend Their Business.
Tim Grants I'ass Sash, Door oi
Lumber (;o. have sold their factory
plant in this city to Williams Urns, it
Kendall. They will continue oiera
lions at their saw mill anil the lumber
will ho handled by Williams ISros.
The purchasing firm will move the
greater purt of the machinery to
their factory building, enlarging
their plant there. This factory is
already among the very largest of Its
kind 011 the coat. While tho deal
gives the purchasers the exclusive
control of Ihe no.li, door and retail
lumber business in this city, it is not
the intention to make any advance in
prices of lumber or products.
BOY DIES FROM LOCKJAW
Death ol Little Raymond Turn-
bridge ol Ash.le.nd.
Little Raymond Tiimbridge, aged
10 years, died l'riduy noon after 11
short illness from lock-jaw under
peculiar circumstances. About a
week ago the lad shot himself in Ihe
hand with a toy pistol. Dr. Shaw,
who attended him, was able to extract
the wad of the charge only 011 Thurs
(lay, About noon yesterday the hoy
was sei.i d with lock jaw. Dm tor
l'arsoiis ami Dis'tor Reader were
called in tho cas, but l'.otliiug could
be done mid be ill. , soon as stated.
The boy wan peculiarly the victim of
ill-luck dining Ihe past two months.
A few weeks ago be was caught in
the Wheel of a Vehicle on the street
anil had his leg broken and narrowly
esciiH'il more serious injuries. Ash
A PLEASANT RECEPTION
Seniors F.ntortttlned by Junlois
Frldny f venlnn.
The Junior class ol the limits l'a.-s
high school elitertaiui .1 the Seniors 011
Friday evening after the I'ointu.in.
meut eetcisi s, with a riocptiou am!
hanipavt at the Hot, rmiind i.-c cream
parlors, l'.i sides the clasi -, some .to
Invited guists Were present. Tin
iniu rapaitin.nt of tlie.slabhslim. nl
was reserved lor the occasion and was
beautifully decorated by the n mi
ten of Juniors who conducted th.
proiai'atiotis. Tho refreshment in
eluded ice cream and cake, candies,
iiavelaile and nuts, anil the time w.t
delightfully spent. This event will
linger long ill the memories of tin
students who were present to cnjnv
it, not alone for the pleasure ot th.
evening, but for the association el
school days and friendships which
tho remcui In unco will ulw.ivs bring
J. W. Filpatrick came up from
Mi-Cloud Wednesday and visited hi.
mining property on Williams creel
Maps of Oregon vest pocket i.e t.
Cents ut tint Courier olllce.
Ethat Black Cut Hosiery
than common brands ami
1 a !i ... 1 II .
l u noi it woum no won
Front street, oppo Depot.
A POCKET ON APPLF.GATE
Hacker & Collins Take Out $4000
in Gold Dust.
Hilly Iliu.Ker, the lucky pocket
hunter of Applctcalc, dime to Jackson
ville Monday to get supplies for n
camp he and Albert Collins bale on
the middle fork of Applcgatc. Their
first work on their claim was on u
Hicket from which they took over
IKK) ill gold, with so little label
t lift t it was a clear pick-up. Near the
same spot where they found t:,e
pocket the boys found mi eight-foot
ledge that has opened up quite rich.
They bavo done considerable work
upon it during the past w Inter iiud
now have about .'UNI tons of ore on the
dump, which tin y may sell, but if
not they will put up a mill am!
handle it themselves. Sentinel.
GOLD KING OFloSEPHINE
'Frenchman's Lost I. edge
Growing Into e. Mine
Another rich strike is repotted from
tho Oold King mi no on Josephine
creek. Ore taken from an open cut on the
lcdgn shows wire gold in gratifying
profusion. The vein has been traced
for a distance of loOO feet on the sur
faco and had a width of six to 10 feet.
As far as developed, it has made a
very encouraging showing and Ihe
indications are that it w ill become a
property of great productiveness and
Hammocks at Cramer Jlros.
Another sliiiincnt of J'.Iack Silks, in
I'll de-soi, lioyal Tall'eta, India ami
'J'J ami inch "rnaranteeil Tafl'eta.
A lar'o assortment of dainty white
waists in Mercerized, 'iities, India
Linens, Oxfords ami SuniiiierSilks.
A nice assort inent of t he latest style
I. .'lilies' ami Misses' Fancy I, ace Hose.
lake uiciil ju itlc in our
Tlio host inalei i.ils that can lie jnit into hoys'
mill chlltlreifst lot hiii-are 1 lie only kind
that (liter into (lie make up of the styles
SIKHS AM) I-TKMSHIM,' (.OOPS.
"LOST MULE" IS A WONDER
Tho Chrtcn Kind I si Assuming
l.mgo I'oi pot Hons. I
The quart, strike on ll.il.y 1'oot, ;i
tributary nf the Chett o I m r. made u !
few weeks ago by John IS. llnllln and 1
Men Miller, is deveolping into all nn
nn tiie proposition The ledge is
traceable on the satfa.c tor son:.',
I HKI feet. Its Widlll is Hot .l
ilM eltallieil hul Is cen.itnlv en.'lineli.
I'lie lock carries hie.li ahi. and a
. neMdelable portion of the cold !
fn e. The mine is 11:1m. ,1 t lie " 1 .M
Mule," Irom the niaiim r i I i;-. .Its
coeI, the plo.ctos I n. : eji,, ,1
to the spot bv follow iui; tin- trail
of one of their pack ainn.aN wliieh
had stl -i ed a ay.
IHE GERMAN SCIEN1ISIS
DlsllnAuibheil t'ordntu-i j ho
Ar Now Vtsitintt Oregon
1 lie 1' lit itiscuiflu t. t ui.ui
Mi'lttlslS tlltil MVirlllt lYs1 tiO air
tutiiiiijf I In I'uMi'tl Stafi'f tiri- now in
iir;.in itihl Njunt m-vrrul lunii m
tin vicinity nt Mi"lfoul im Muiut..v,
'x.uuitiin tlio tlrti Koon ttuintv a ir
liantn umlrr tl j;uiil:nt o of V. !
(In Soiitlmru Ihintif. Tin y tuy
It VtirtOUH KJItllH ill tho M'ltr, 1 II I
rfiUiti tiinl Mtutlvihtf tho aui'ultcr.il
U't!nN 111 IN' In i
Aut.ii' U ; 4 rt '.irU ft r :.. l -for
mIi' nt tho I'ouru r mli. i . j
wear very much hotter 4
costs no more money? J
to tost uiein.
li. Dean & Co., Propr,
LAST APPEAL TO VOTERS
Hermann and Williamson at the
Hon. Ringer Hermann and Con
gressman .1. N. Williamson were in
(.rants i'ass .Saturday anil sfKikc at
the opera bouse in the evening. The
band was out and played several
selection prior to the speaking. The
audience was only a little more
numerous than at the former jsilitieal
Congressman Williamson was intro
duced and made a brief speech. He
talks straight to the iint and is very
etr. -dive. His theme was mainly the
prosperity of the country and bo do
taihd proofs which be had seen "with
bis own eyes." If be bad left out
ihe grossly profane story and sequent
appeal, with which he marred his
s eh, be would have left a better
impression with his audience.
Ringer Hermann was then intro
duced by Chairman Hampton as "the
real thing that is causing all this
trouble." Mr. Hermann spoke fluent
ly and pleasant I v, rapidly covering
all the points involved, protesting
his entire concord with ttm adminis
tration, delivering a glow ing tribute
to 1'rosiiloiit Roosevelt, defending
himself against the various charges
brought against him by his opponents
ill n gard to his land olllce work and
making a strong party appeal.
Three keys on a ring; two keys
alike, No 21. Return to this olliee.
Tin. ol.l reliable Th Weekly Onuonlan
IHE WALDO COPPER MINE
Development Will Ho Corvttrwied
Outing tho Summer
'lit Wulilo Situ It ui; Mining t'o't
ttinir at Tnkilina wilt to furtlirt tio
i Injiril ilui tiiK t lu t-i'iuin Mitunior,
tnit it is M a i nt that httli-will W ilono
tt'WLiitt worUiiu thr ore until tho
InuMin of tin1 Ut v ra itir rail-
w .i v In I tn- no .nit i nn. tlx' muu w ill
! put into si;i.i I, r trii:.U ir on la
, i: '1 l-r i ii'.rt .1 ,'i-i'ii :uy is I n; -t
1 1- mi w v , w 1 m i 1 1 arc be i ii
in.. I :u"n thr t i'.iM aliil ootl pio
j:r hi iti ru t.Ic
1 I. ' i! I .ihoV l lilrll No. mi i t'
im i!ii' i , n-i litMi ' t ti l-ir M-i'oinI :iiitl
fmi'tli i f .1 r. lay r t'li , of i h
nt 'ill h.
I'. .1, mi r, I i. s ; M. W.
;M.E. MINISTERS IN SESSION
i t'oiilcirtii j ol Grint I'tvss Du
ll at Meets In Ashland
I 'I'h-. M unMeri il Association of the
i .1 mi Pass district, I if. g. u Annual
i l 'oi.p i. m e of toe Methodist Kpiseo
pil i tnii. h. convened in the M. K.
chin, li of A-.hl.iml 'L'ues.l.iy evening
! V f l . I' till- .level !o!l, conducted I'V
liev. W. It Mo. re. i f Mn'.fi td. there
.ins an a.l lres , f welcome by Kev.
.1 '!'. Abb, It, a li .ponse bv liev. D.
T. Suiiinerv it to, and a semen by
i.'V Ciarl. - 1 1... ar p.vkm.ni. The
! ll-lli. ss of the a- .H iatloll li-g lll
V .-due lav morning nud will con
linuo two full dav.-s
PLATINUM OF JOSEPHINE
Valuable Mela.1 Found In South
2 The extraction of platinum from the
black and depositx ot the old clian
uels in the Southern Oregon mineral
.one, bills fair to ls-come an industry
of somo imjiortance in that dintrict.
A number of hydraulic miners an
already mining platinum in ennec
tion with the K"ld getting and are
realizing a considerable additional
iroflt by no doing. For 40 year jiast.
or iinictically Hince the time of the
first discovery of gold ill Oregon, it
baa been known there wan another
mineral in the placer beds of noutbern
Oregon old channelg besides- gold. A
very few miners knew thin other
metal wax platinum but the great
majority did not. None knew how
to nave it, no all threw it from their
sluices. The platinum occurs with
the black hand of the gravel bods and
in found ill great qnantity ill those
channels which have a bedrock of scr-
lientine. Tlio black wind and the
platinum, being almost identical and
seemingly inseparable, presented a
problem tho pioneers could not solve.
In their greed for gold they bad but
little Inclination to solve it, as a
matter of fact.
Hut in late years platinum has be
come a rare and necessarily a very
valuable mineral. Eastern manufact
uring companies whose line of business
has demanded platinum, have been
iroused to the realization that the
demand comes near being genter than
the supply. They realize soinethiug
must be done to stimulate an inter-
st among mining men for mining
platinum, in those distieta at least
where the metal is to be found. The
Southern Oregon placer Holds is one
of these. A Philadelphia mining com
pany .that uses much plat ilium, may
truthfully be credited with beiug
the first to enlist an enthusiasm for
platinum mining in Southern Oregon.
This company sent men into the dis
trict with apparatus. They worked
luietly in one of tho Waldo placer
mines for several months and at last
announced they bad found a method
whereby the platinum of the Southern
Oregou placer dejiosits could lie saved.
They furnished plans without cost to
all mines who desired and would take
them, for the installation of platinum
sluices. The method of extraction
is one that can lie followed without
interfering with the mining of the
gold. It consists simply in a system
of undercurrent sluices connected with
the sluice-boxes and which draw off
the black sand and spread it over a
wide and broad rillle table. Hero it
settles and is scooiied up. The
system can be understood when it is
known that the black sand will keep
alloat, just like coffee grounds in a
up, if the watir is kept stirred.
The water carrying it is kept stirred
till the broad rillle table at the end of
the sluice-boxes is reached. Hero it
is given an opixirtunity to settle mid
an later be scooped up and shipped
in to the company who look after its
This black sand has much the ap
pearance of coarse gun powder. To
the layman It is a worthless looking
tun. rimed under a glass it
shows up better. It is then that its
metallic luster can be recognized. A
few nuggets the si.e of birds eggs
have been found here, though they
are rare, tor platinum nuggets are
scarce in any district. The Mining
A SMALL UNITED STATES
Immense Map Being Made e.t
the St. Louis Exhibit.
tin the southern slope of the hill
routing the Philippines exhibit at St.
.ouis, the department of agriculture
is milking a map of the I'nited States
to cover a. 1 acres of ground. Consid-
rable work has already been done
ere by li.ivid A. lirodie, siiperinlen-
b nt ot the open air exhibit of the
llureau of Plant inilustrv of the He-
.artineiit of agriculture, who has been
ill St. Louis since earlv spring in
Imrgo of the map projected.
Mr j lirodie and his assistant are
laboriously drawing on the on the
ground the jagged coast line of the
I'liilcd Slates. Starling at Oregon
he lias already reaached l'cnsacoln,
Flu., and Is. fore the week is ended be
w ill probably have finished the coast
line. Then w ill come the draw ing of
the dividing line between the stales.
I'lie entire live acres has been un
lerlaid with wooden drains to carry
otf the surface water. Products
grown by each state w ill Is- exhibited
at their ptoper place on the map.
Nine Hour Uny.
Notice is hereby given that I'tiinn
No. IMS Cinted P.rolherhood Carvn
tors and Joiners of America have c.-tal.li-.hed
a nine hour day, making
rate r hour W , cents or fll.OO for
'I'o go into effect on the tlrst
ot June, l'.Mlt .
1. A. Pitgeiabl, It.
J. P. lia'.eeuer, vice
People that have dyp psi.i have
woik stomachs, w al. hearis, w.ak
ei s and are usually cak kneed.
They feel bilious and the world in
general has a bilious look to them,
they have so many symptoms that it
is dilbeult to locate the p lace where
they feel the Worst. The fact is the
source from where tliey get then
strength has lsoii cut otf and they are
sick all over. The food taken into
tho stomach remains undigested,
causing tvlching, and bilious attacks,
followed by sick headache, ami gen
eral niakin.ss. The medicine that
puts the stomach in condition so that
the fiHid can Is' readily digt ste.l. w ill
'euro dvsjH'iisia and m.il.e str. ngtli
where there was weakness- We have
I cured thousands of visous .luring the
! past .M years, of iIvsjm psia, with Dr.
ii'inm's Improved Liver Pills. A J.V
j Ihix of thev1 pills are worth more to
iople with poor dig"st ion than six
'months of dieting or a gallon of
s'iin. It only taki s one for doe.
! Wo W ill Solid tWO Ot tilcM' ( ills to
i prove what they will do. W. F. Kre
iner. sells iheui for '.'a cents a h- x or
jhvmail on nwipt of price. Write
IDr Hosauko Co. Pbila., I'm.
Strawberries are Coming lu plenty,
aueh fine, luscious berries and so rich
We are having flue balmy weather.
Crojis are making fine growth. Our
late rains came in their proper time.
Our stores are fitting out prospect
ors who are going into the mountains.
People that are contemplating pros
pecting can get their outfits here a
cheap as to go to other towns.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield, a
boy. The father is wearing a smile
all over his face. The mother is do
ing well and is aa happy as a big
sunflower that nods and bends in the
breeze. 3 .
Frank South was lu from Greenback
last week. He rejxirts lively time
at that mine. Some new mines are
being struck in that vicinity; a large
amount of freight is leaving daily
for that mine.
The president did not stop at Leland.
In order to nuiko his other stops and
the pressure of business, I e went
through without stopping. Our band
was well tuned up to give him a good
serenading if be could have stopped
for a short timo.
We are receiving some tourists from
California. ' Our hotel is crowded,
some families having come recently,
others that have becu here and par
taken of oar cold spring water and
sat in the cool shade on the veranda
in the heat of the day, find the air so
salubrious, so bracing, that they have
told others what a nice place Leland
is. So now we are receiving people
that live in a hot and sultry climate.
Talking with some voters here who
call themselves republicans, they say
they will not vote for Hermann.
When asked why, they cannot give
any reason, only (bey think he has
held oflico long enough. We know
when a man is in congress a good
while that he knows bow to work.
Send a new man there, he is; strange
to everything, so if we have a good
man, let as keep him for he knows ho
to work for Oregon. So get buck in
the ranks you dissatisfied, so-called
i new steel bridge is being built
across Grave creek iu the place of the
wooden bridge. The railroad com
pany is going to a big expense on
their bridges. Wide Awake.
The Inst few days huve been cool
MrB. Yetters is quite sick" at bu
home near here.
Mrs. H. D. Jones was on tho Nick
list a few days last week.
Mrs. Geo. Lewis is about again
after a few days sickness.
The Wilderville school closed Fri
day after a prosorous term.
Several people of Wildervilo sjiont
Decoration day in Grunts Pass.
Perry Luswell got hurt ill the mill
and was obliged to quit work for a
Claud, Kirk, Addie and Chloc
Koboinsou are home now as the
school in the Pass has closed.
Mr. J. H. Galer and F. V. Cooper
left here Saturday for San Francis
co, where they intend to stay for a
Mrs. Jane McCollum and daughter
Kthel returned to their home near
Grant" Pass after a weeks visit with
relatives in this community.
NOlICK OK APPOINTMENT
A I )M I N I S T U A T H I X.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Josephine.
Ill the matter of the estate
Davis P.rower, deceased
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been apMiinted adminis
tratrix of the above entitled estate by
the County Court for Josephine
All ihtsoiis having claims against
said estate are hereby required to
present them with the projier vouchers
therefor within six months from the
date hereof, to mo at the olliee of
Kummell tv. Humniell, Attorneys, in
Grunts Pass Joschiiic County, Ore
gon. Dated June, I'.HU.
I, C. liriover,
Administratrix of the estate of Davis
Paeitio Pine Needle Company. Loca
tion of principal place of Imsine--,
San Francisco, California. Location
of works, Grants Pass, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that a
meeting of the Hoard of Direi-( rs
held on the tirst day of June, I'.n: (, an
iisesMueut, No. three til ) of one dollar
il. 00i per share was levied i:m n
theiapiial stock of the cor; or n ion
payable immediately in I'nited Mates
Gold Com to the secretary ar the
olliee of the ooiuianv, No. I -:!'.'.,
Sutter street, San Francisco, Cali
fornia. Auv sto.-k uikiii which this
assessment shalt remain unjiaid on
July '.Ml, I in "I, will Im delinquent ami
advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made Is fore,
w ill lie sold on Friday July 24, limi,
I to pay the di liuqueiit assessment, to
jgethcr with cost of advertising and ex
I penses of sale.
I Hy order of the Hoard of Directors,
M. K. Cords, secretarv
Olliee :t('.4-:ir.il Sutter street. Sail Fran
Of what Hour w ill do. It w ill
double its weight in ; brvad. It
mil make pure, white, delicious
loaves. Ir is more rcliahe and
u ore economical tl.au any other
today ou the market. And it is
the housewife's favorite the e
plus ultra cf family flour. What
more can he said.' Got the
A. A. DAVIS.'
Anxiously looking for ruin, but still
D. Daniels sold a fine lot cf hogs
to Mr. Nipper last week.
Mrs. Hayes has been having quite a
serious attack of La grippe. .
Our "city" is still improving and
new residents are coming in.
The Salvation army meeting waf
quite well attended last Monday
The two Misses Daiueille are at
present cooking for the Nipper &
Mrs. Buel lias been having quite a
time with her throat, the ailment
We heard the mill whistle one day
this week. Indications are that soon
everything will be ready for business.
Grandpa Daniels came down to tin
post olllce Mouday, a four mile walk,
down and back. Pretty good for a
man 84 yt-nrs old.
Floyd Patrick and Miss Rose Gano,
came out from town Sunday, and
were tbn guosis of Mrs. D. Daniels,
Miss Rose's mother.
Mrs. Hickman, the Free Methodist
preacher, was out calling Monday.
She has been chosen to speak lit
Missouri Flat for the Children.' day
and Decoration day exercises.
Mr. Cockerline, our Murphy dairy
man, is kept very busy now days,
looking after bis stock, and sup riu
tending his fine farm. He is a rust
ler, and scientific farmer, anil has an
eye to business.
We have a very healthy climate
here, ind the sun, when it shines is
very biiglit, so much so that two
families (new comers) bad to travel in
the night and they forgot to leave
We bear it whispered around that
one of Murphy's popular young ladies,
is soon going to California to stay.
We hope the boys, and especially those
up the creek, who are preparing
homes for somebody, will see to it
that we lose none of our girls. And
also a word of warning to our fine
looking stage diivcr. Lets)-.
If you. liave a house or other
building you want moved see
A. B. Hollowny
two miles west of town, north side
Grants I'ass Painting Co.
Inventor and Maiiufuetarer of tin
Fire-Proof and Anti-Rust Iron, Tin
and Metal Paint can be used interior
and exterior, as well as on shingles.
No need to mortgage your house tc
have it painted by strangers. Have it
done by the old reliable who never
breaks his word even w lien it costs
time and money.
Send postal card and I will act
Grants Pass Painting Co.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
My lino nf Sinnlrics
is com I'lt'to.
Orange Front, opposite Opera House
Grants Pass, Oregon
Field and Garden
Seed in Bulk.
While ami Vclluw 1'ivKl Corn.
Siijjar Corn, I t j Corn.
Alfalfa, Timothy, Red ami Wlau
lV.is, Hems, Onion, Carrot.
Also regular package souls.
FRONT and KOl'RTH STS.
A ;6 ;K';e R.n.cli. Mildi '. iated, j
no better soil; about 15 acies ct to
new liops; abmit 6 acri.s vi"."! or-
chard, mostly apples, wc'.l card for;
mcllons M-t in with hips. Will
st!! at pticoof ailji.iiiin li.ee land.
Oct my lii.l on your cotilrac: i'or
I l'.avc a fine Nc.v Cottage I will'
sell at cost of same.
J. D. PRAKI-, City.
C Street between -th and S;h.
To Cure a CoM in Ons Dav
. V r .-n
Taice ltauve iiromD
THE GRANITE HILL MINE
Snw Mill Being Installed. Ex
tension of Placer Work,
A raw mill is being installed at the
Granite Hill mine i n Louse c reek.
The comiiany has a large body of liM j
class timber on their ground and will ,
nse it in the development and opera- j
tion of their property. Good pro- j
gress is being made iu the mine and j
the ore continues in its high values. ,
The placer operations also are to be j
xtt nded and pn partitions w ill be j
made this season to woik the lower j
portion of the ground, the claims for-
merly known as the Junction mine. !
This ground is know n to bu very rich !
but it is quite dei p and it has not
.n feasible beretofo'e to work it1
with the facilities at hand.
For return to N. McGrew
ladies gold watch and chain, lost ou
streets Sunday, May HI, l'.Ki:!.
' Josephine Barber Shop
1 The Hotel JosephiiiJ barber shop is
' one of the most tip-to-date and well
conducted institutions of its kin.l and
is presided over by two of tl lost
llicicut barbers in Southern Oregon.
The excellent quality of the tonsorial
work of Nate G. Bates, is well known
and his companion barber is S. I.
Muriotf, late of Sun rrancisoo. J in y
have lately added the latest New York
fad, facial massage, with glass and
rubbi r bulb used professionally. Two
veilings of each week will be re
served for ladies.
Masonic Temple if Grants Pa.s in
I;ived on si uvenir spoons ;ut n i eivt o
it Leti Iier'ti. ( 'till ami
iewell - stl re.
liave your bievchs rep.iir.-d
'"rami r Urns' liicvcie Hospital.
Giants b Banking & Trust Co.
r.vin i i' i vi'i : ai. stui k
Traii'uct.- aOeneriil II.tnl.ing bu-iness.
llect'ives deM) its subject lo elu-ek or u i demand certificates.
Our ciistonii'is are assured ot eoiirlei is treatment and every consjd, ration eon
'isteut with sound blinking principles.
.safety deposit boxes (or rent. .1. Fit ASK WAT.-ON, Pres.
K. A. IlililTII. Viee-1'res.
I.. I.. JKWKI.I,, Cashier.
The First National Bank
OK SOUTIIKRX URKGON.
CAPITA!, STOCK, - - - S.-.O.OOO 110
deceive deposits sub ;eel to cheek or on certificate pavuble on demand.
Jells sight drafts ou New York .sun Fraiu i-i'o, mid Portland.
Telegraphic Iratisters snl, un u!l p'iuls m the fniu.l Stales.
Special Attention given in Colic, lions and general business of our customers.
Colleeiions made through. .ut .southern Oregon, and on uil uceessii.te points.
K. A. IbiiiTH. Pres.
.1. i'. e.MPP.I-:i... Vi.e Pres.
II I. CU.KKV. i iishier
MAKIiLi: AND GUANITI- WORKS
J. H. 1'AHIMH'K. piioeu.
I am proncied to iurni-n am thing in Un- line ol (Vmeit-rv ...rs in ui.v kind
f MARBLE or GltAKITK.
Nearly thirty years ol , xiie, i-nce in th.- M.ul.le business war'aut n , n v i -il
that I can till your orders in the very b. st manner.
Can furnish work in Seoicl,, Swe.'e or American tirumte or any kind i f
J. li. PADDOCK,
Kimit itr.M'i, t to :( in' c, ii i, whop.
G. P. Pbarmay and
i ,, ,. I t . . .
. ..mi. lie iv huh s. lion, to
3 ZA F
A iMiin-p,,lo ir, c uali ovory dollars wmtli nf
Tho kind that novor lircnks.
Thai's tho kind wo carry.
Wo aNn cany a Mil line l.icylos and nndrios,
knivi's and r.i..r. talking in.H'liino-, I'tc, etc.
W. A. Paddock
Ki:i'.li:iN(i OF Aid.
i ilk, binnsiurp.
Gouts for 5a le,
I have SCO high bnd Angoras which
1 will sell or !'' 0Dt ou "hares. Any
oue bavins brush land to clear, may
do well to make inquiry at my place
ou Foots Creek, l i miles from Grunts
Pass or address S. C. J-:nb!e, Rook
Point, Jackson Co., Ore.
June 17-20 Street Fair and Carnival.
1JKAI. K.-TATK to buy real estate in
i towns on line of S. t. ltailnm.1.
A'rite or call at room 7, Masonic I11.1-.
'Ol'Si JKKSKY COW (fresh) for sals.
1 Inquire of V W. Wilson, Hugo, Ore.
SIX horse s)wer steam boiler and
sieiini pump. InUire at this uilk-e.
I.'AIIM FUl 8ALF. -two hi lies from Mer-
lin. ltfi ai'res -aeout Till acres of goo.
Isittom land, -'.i acres in cultivation, small
house and ham and ahoul ."si acres uinier
ten. e. I.slain.e of land suitable for orchard
or pasture. For further particulars ad
dress W. M. Crow, Merlin. Oregon.
. 2 i j acre fruit ami stoi-k ranch. ;p j miles
OOU tr.nu (, runts Pu.s, bio fenced,
cleared' loin Orcliiiid. fair buildinirs, g,i
Iruil soil, plenty of water and timber and
the best outside stock ranne in Josephine
County. I'riee $7 no per a ire, part rash.
Cull ai ranch ou Jones creek or uihlres
A. II. Che-suiore, (irunts Pass, (ire
'(( CliK ranch, food prune and
v iippie orchard, siiinll (mils in
abundance; water lor irjinlion, besides
springs on every JU acres' center of a good
riuie country ;' two dwnthng bouses, l.iir
burn, every liiinc complete; well sheltered
trom trusts, tiniit miuiliL' markets, imp.
In, li utile norlli ot Tunnel it, pi ice f l!..Xni.
Inquire at tins olliee.
C'fiit K I: A NC II and placer gold mine
.ji neres partly leiie.daud improved.
Il'.iisc ati.l burn, or. lianl etc., plenty of
e I nomine -,,ater. I'll aire, ol pay
iMavol. I hoilsiiM.ls oi ueres of excellent
rant'c surrounds the premises. Hood (mil
huv and vegetable land. Mainly market
tor pr.i.lie e. near II. il. depot, stores
p.. ti.lli. e, school, express, telephone ami
telegraph. A bargain nt $iliwi. Address
box 1 1" I. Km k Point. Oregon.
National Drug Store
Preserve Your Clothes
'' hrst blushing; tin in thoroughly
and hanging them in the open air u.'iil
nnligh( f,- (,r p, ;lir.( wr.,j, ,!.,
tightly ill tar inju r with some of our
r liable moth proof preparation, and
i' kept ic a tight draw, r, chest or
eh set, mollis cannot and will not
injure tin in. We carry a full line oi
tar and tarine paper, camphor balls,
cedar, caini'lior, etc.
. , ,. ,
caiCil l-'i, voll Illllst
lilst - cl;ls
KINDS A SPECIALTY 3
Cures Grip Vj
la Two D?ys. K
ft; j on everv
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