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ROGUE kiVER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Published Every Thursday.
On Yer, In FdviDce,
Tbree Montua, .
Furnished on application at tli oftict, or
Ohituarira . and reHolutlona of con
dolence H ill he charged lor at 6o per line;
card of tbanks flOc.
A. E. VOORHIES, PBOPR. 4 Mngr
' Enter.! at the pot office at Orante Te-a,
Oregon, a eecona-clejie mail matter.
THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1003.
The proposed interstate encamr,
ment of the national guard at Ameri
can lake, WanhinKton, ha been ahnu
douod and it U likely that no lute
encampment will be hold.
The recent eenxatlonal hold nw in
Portland have bronght down a flood
of severe criticism ou the police nnd
i other official of the city. There have
' been a great nomber of robberies and
remarkably few arreata.
Ruaaia refaavd to rueive the B' nai
B' rith petition and the administra
tion has notified that society that the
incident is closed. The acts of the
Russian government luhacquent to
the Kishinef massacre has shown, thut
the matter is being satisfactorily
handled without the iuterventiou of
in any other nation.
Pope Leo XIII died ou Monday
afternoon. For the greater port lull
of tho time for two weeks Ht, his
death haJ been expected daily and the
tenacity with which he clung to life
- was a marvel to all. Cardinal On glia,
dean of the Hacrcd College, has as
sumed the reins of the church govern
ment and will exercise the authority
of a none until Leo's successor can
A now tune it is reported, ha
been arranged for the old song,
"America," which is exacted to
replace the tlmo worn melody of our
aenuaintauce. The hymn builders
will find that it is uot so easy
. matter to make a now tune for a song
' like "America" and to get it sung
with anr degree of imimliirlty. It is
1 a reasonable prophecy that tho old
tutio will bo rung out by congrega
tions long after tho new one is for
gotten. It take more than a flat of
musician to make popular air.
The czar of Russia has abolished
puuisliment by the knout, that liistor
b implement which has been feature
of that country for 10 many years.
Russia is generally considered to be
behind tho rest of the great nations in
general civilization and lias continued
the old barbarous method until they
, have become more or less a scandal
to tho civilized world. Russia, how
ever, is a great clvilizer and haudln
wild Tartar tribe and llko Intract
able peoples with success, where near
lr every other nation would fall
Russia is reclaiming a vast area of
the waato and heretofore useless Hir
tion of the earth and is entitled to
great credit for hcr accomplishment
in tint- regard.
ONLY ROUTINE BUSINESS
Meeting of City Council
Tho city council met In regular ses
slou ou Thursday evening with all
nicuitwr present. Mayor liashor
till being absent ill Portland, Chair
man Herbert Hinlth presided.
The saloon bonds of Eugene Kieu
lln, W. F. Schallhorn, A. Lciupkc,
Coburn & Hawkins, W N. Kino
hart, John U. rVhallhoru and C. K
Smith were approved.
louncllinsa M1I c. Hiinth was
authorised to buy hay for the cltv
teams for the year.
Rojiorts of auditor and mlliit Judge
and of street snjierintoudeiit for tue
mouth of June were submitted and
A granite sidewalk on Sixth strec
south of Evelyn avenue was ordered
to replace the one removed in con
structiiig the flume ou thu west sidi
of the struct.
Au ordinance assessing lots In block
4 for sewer construction was passed.
The oftlce of chief of the tire dcrt
incut was declared vacant and Pavld
Duncan was elected to till the vacuo-'7-
The following bills were allowed.
Sunset Telegraph A Telephone Co.
Kinney & Trust, feed HO.
Mert Love, work on streets, 40.
POPE LEO XIII Is DEAD
Aged Ponllff Expires on Monday
Alter Lortf Illness.
The Po)h died shortly after 4
O'clock Monday afternoon. His
mom ell Is were cunip.iNitivcv peaceful
and latinlcas, and were preceded by s
period of Insensibility. Around
the bedside at the final moments
Were the cardinals, the relatives and
members of the wl court, llcfore
passing into unconsciousness the dy
lug PoutilT feebly moved his lls, his
' last articulate words being those used
In bestowing a lsncdii tion. tirndual
It the shadow of death spread over
the Pontiff, hi vitrciuil lea Ucaiue
cold, his feature assumed the hied
rigidity of death, and Dr. 1jmiu
noted iiis last fluttering heart heats,
which gradually Ix-came slower and
slower, until they tinaily stepped.
The'newa of the Po' death spread
rapidly throughout Rome and caused
a most profound sensation. The
whole city is in mourning. A large
crowd gathered about the Vatican
but perfect order prevails there and
elsewhere in Rome.
Tho PoV death agony was short
and was terminated br a Isirokvsui of
choking. After a short interval Car-!
d I rial Sera flno Vanuutelli Intoned Hie
requiem amidst the weeping of those
firuMiut . Then all kiusil Pope Iah)
laud before leaving the chamber.
Tho ottlclal identification of the
Pontiff's body occurred Tuesday mom.
ing in the presence of the iiiemlsrs
of the Sacred College. Cardinal
Oreglia, dean of the Scred i'olledge,
will nominate atvretarr of the Con
sistory to succeed the late Mgr. Vol
pouL ' Mgr. (Jasri in mentioned a
secretary of the oousistory. i
ODDS and ENDS
Red Star Store.
ACCIDENT WITH A COLT
R.e.nde.11 Hood Tries Cowboy
Feat With DUavtrous Result
Ruiidull Hood, tho young son of
Mr. On Hood of this city, broko
his arm on Saturday afternoon while
attempting to lead a colt v. Inch had
never been handled. Willi some
youthful companion lie corralled
the colt in an old house on the
Hturgis plaeo" on the north east
side of town. The hoys put a long
roie ou the colt nnd Randall mounted
his own pony, taking several turns
with the roe urouud the horn of the
saddle, with the intention of leading
the colt. As soon us the latter found
space in which to os rnte, he took a
hard run to the end of the roie, jerk
ing boy, saddle nod all from the
iMiny's hack to the ground. Randall
uot a hard full and one of the hi.n. c
of his right forearm was broken. The
colt ran away, drugging the rojsi and
was not reccovcred until next day.
Randall nursues the occupation of
herding the neighborhood cows in
the Hturgis pasture and he is not al
lowing the accident to iiicmi-itnte
him from work.
William Hybeo left .Sunday to go
to Bybee Springs, where he will si enil
month recuMnitiug at that famous
health resort. Mr. Hybeo is slowly
recovering from the severe attacks
of sciatio rheumatism from which he
has been sntferiug for the mt three
mouth anil he can now walk fairly
well and hotie tho medical waters til
tho famous mineral spring uixm his
plnoo on upper r.vans rreeg will re-
movo the last tracer of lameness.
Of all Summer Goods
Children's Straw Hats
several other broken
and odd lots
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS
FOR SALE OR RENT
E. C. DIXON,
SHOIIS AND lTKMSlllMi (i(MH)S.
RECEPTION TO DR. LESLIE
Pleee.it Fvent Arranged
Baptist Aid Society.
The weiidicrs of the ll.iptist church
gave a very pica-nut reception on
Wednesday evening of lust week to
lr. and Mrs. liel.t. Leslie, at the
Woodman hall. A iiuuiUt of enjoy
able musicnl selections w re rendered
and an address of weU-onie was kvcii
in an able and plcasm- uciuner hv K
M Klsrle. lr. Leslie, fur lumselt
Old w ife, ivpliid in ti this of hearty
appreciation of the esteem which tin'
occasion ilcmoiut rated Later in the
evening refreshments of ice cream ami
cake mi re acned and the evening was
ph-as:mtly enjoyed hv all
lr. Leslie has K ell m-tor i t the
Itaptisl church in this city lor a limn
1st of years uud his therein weik in
that caisicitr is gicatly appreciated
hy his congregation. He w isrci cnt
ly inarrli d in Mot Spiing, . 11 , to
Miss Mm.i Ihus,. and returned with
his wife to tins city to reside.
To the Public.
Mr K J. M.ihsn of (iiauts 1'ass is
my only authorised agent for the sale
if sewing machines. Mr. Malum is a
ijciitleiii.ni, who merits the eonfidt lice
.f the public and any courtesies ex
tended to liuii w ill Iv appriH-lated by
the undersigned. C. II. I'AHlllNKI-
Masons, Allen lion!
Special communication f (imuts
Pass Lodge No. M. A. K. A A. M. at
!:3d p. m. Saturday July S."., for
work iu M. M. dcgnsA
H. W. Rlgge, W. M.
v vVv VrH
GOOD WATERMELON CROP
Fruit Making Fine Growth on the
Kogue River F&rms.
The watermelon crop for the yeur
will bu a very good one in s; ite of
the extreme dryness of the season.
In the little valley along Rogue river
west of Grants Puss there are prob
ably 200 acres or more of the luscious
fruit now growing. Tho heaviest
grower this yeur is R. A. N. Roy
tiers, who has some 115 acres ill mel
ons. T. P. Lee has about 110 acres and
Lee lirus. some 25 acres Kismau
I iron, have 35 acres uud Lawsou and
Alvorsen about 10 acres each. ItcHidea
these are numbers of smaller pitches
in different portions of the valley.
Mr. Reymers says that with the
exception of a few acres which were
more or less injured by frost his
melons are doing very well. They
are attaining n good size nnd the
yield is quite abundant These will
come into the market next mouth uud
the shipments are expected to fully
equal those of previous years. The
sandy soil of the Rogue river bottom
seems to be sM'chilly adapted to the
growth ot melons and the Rogue river
melons are not eclipsed in flavor or fen
eiul desirability by those of any other
section on the faco of the earth, (iriiuts
Puss has attained a wide spread refill-
tatioiui s a melon deisit nnd !!( to ill
ear loads lire shipped out every sum
Sen that hat? It's a "Stetson '
Donght it at Welch's Closing out
sale, for .'l.50. Always mid ." for
' them at other stores.
NEW TRIAL FOR HERYFORD
Cattle Man Does Not Vie.nl
Pav Birdie McCe-rtv
Arguments ou the motion for a new
trial in the hreach-of promise case of
ltirdie McCaity against James llery
ford, hac Ih'cii heard by Judge He)
linger Attornev John M lourin
made the os'iiiug speech for the di
fi lhlallt. lie went over the cvidclic
ti..l and slid it hud been shown that
I'. ivt.M.l was ready and willing to
in hi ' the woman, ami sent liioncv to
her to come from Michigan for that
purisiso. Mr licariii asserted that
the verdict in favor of Miss McCarty
for ''.'..'iOO was ecxessive, and should
he s. t aside by the court. Itufus
Malloiy also ss le iu In-half of the
Ju.lgo Thomas O 'Hay, counsel for
liiidie McCarty, made a strong pica
in favor of his client. He main
taiuid that the testimony fully justi
tied the verdict of the jury, and it
ought not to he disturbed. The al
tornevs w ill submit briefs to the court
covering the legal questions raised.
Miss McCartv was a school teacher
iu Lake count v, where she met and
Iscumc eiig.ig. d to llcryfoid, who is
a stockraiacr and banker. He was
one of the school diiectors.of the dis
trict. WORKING NIGHT AND DXY.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is lr.
King s New Life Pills. These pills
change weakness into strength, list
l. ssiiiss Into energy, brain fag into
mental mwor. They're wonderful
ill building up the Inalih. Only '
vr box. told by National lrug Store
and Grants iW Pharmacy.
rill iMPLEMENt TIMBER
Superior1 in Sort Respects
Oak, r.lm or Hickory.
K. O. White of Portland write as
follows to the Oregon Tiniberman,
concerning Oregon fir: I have travel
ed recently all over the United States
limiting up valuable lumber for the
markets. A good share of my atten
tion has been directed toward secur
ing implement timber, and to my sur
prise I find that the fir of Oregon
and Washington is as good implement
timber a can be found In the United
States today. In the flist place it has
the strength, as shown by the govern
ment ti-sts, when compared with oak,
whore the results were iu favor of fir.
In the second place it will hold its
position better than either oak, ash
or hickory. You can take a piece of
fir and throw it down in the sun and
rain and let it remain for months,
and when you go after it, it is just
in the sumo position as it was the day
you left it. This is not true of oak
or hickory, for either of them, left in
tho rain and sun for two months,
would be warped so badly that it
would hardly be lit for nse. Another
good poiut in favor of fir ia its nnti
Insect qualities. Ill oak or hickory, it
U almost impossible to keep them out.
Tho natural oil in fir ha a tendency
to preserve it without the use of
paint. Of course I don't mean to say
that fir can bo used to make sjMikes of
wagons, or hounds, bolsters, plow
handles, or beams, but in the tnauu
facture of self-binders, mowers, or
any farming tools, fir will be found
of great value. The average farmer is
uot Very particnlar about furnishing
cover for his tools, but generally
leave them in some fence corner,
In the shade of an apple tree, until In
needs them next season. The fur
that II r dons nof. split readily and
holds hults well, allows for hard
usage without any great loss due to
this kind of wear uud tear. Anothe
point in favor of fir with all duo r
spect to oak, ash, hickory and rock
elm, for wo nil know thut these woods
have been a blessing to this country
hut like 1 1 10 American Indians, they
are inssiug away very rapidly, and it
will only bo a short '.iniu when it
will be impossible for implement
manufacturers to secure enough of thi
class of material to meet their n
inirements, mid fir will come into
use. 1 have visited all over the r.ust
Mid South this season, among the
hardwood manufacturers and find they
are nearly all cut out ill many placer
and believe if the const manufacturers
would make a united effort to Intro
duco fir to the large Implement tinihe
buyers, that a good trado could be
worked up for this class of material.
FOUND 28 OUNCE POCKE
John WhctrocU of Kerbv Makes
Klch Find on Josephine.
A ir0 pocket was recently taken
out by John Yhctrock of Kerby
Fiddlers gulch, a tributary of Jose
phi ne. creek. His father and himself
had been working ou a prospect and
had abandoned it. The sou was not
sati sited that the work was a sufficient
test and began an extension of the
work alone, lie hud excavated only
few inches when he struck the pocket
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fry of Grants
Pius made us a pleasant visit last
Mrs. V. T. McCray of Stockton
Calif. , returned home Sunday to see
what her husluitid looked like.
There was quite a racket ou the
old camp ground Tuesdav, Herbert
Smith came up on the afternoon train
Mrs. J. T. Tavlor, in fact all the
little girls in camp find lots of en
jovment in the big swing on the
A. K. Yoorhics nnd family from
(ranis Pass are camped ou New
initier Plat. Mr. V. returned home
Mrs Ktta Hubhurd and little sou of
Grunts Pass are here enjoying the
fresh mountain air and taking a uiuc
needed rest. We Iioh- Mrs. Ilubluird
w ill Is- greatly benetlt ted by her stay
C. C. Presley and family broke cam
ami returned homo Sunday. We are
all sorry to lose such pleasant camp
fellows, but we don't worry alsiut the
spring going drv since Clarence has
Mrs. Hoyden and sou o Mcdford
came up last week nnd have spread
their canvass iu I'pper Tcii Park
Mrs. Hoyden, by the way, is ail adept
at catching grouse by the old fashion
ed method of putting salt ou the
A. K. Yoorhics made a tour of the
railroad lurk on his hands and kueer
at 3 o'clock Monday morning while
waiting for the train. He said he
was hunting for his grii, but we hav
seen voplo act strangely iu tue
It S'Sjmus as though the Rogue river
towns must be alumt deiHipiilatci
judging from the large representation
here. Our tented city is assuming
vast proiKirtions and every train
brings more js-oplc, happy iu antici
pation of the many delights which
Great is lemon butter and great is
llobt. K.hcrlo s love lor it. Last Sun
day the promise of lemon butter iu lib
crul ip. untitles induced Robert to stay
over one train which necessitated his
getting np aud taking the train at 2'
o'chs k iu the morning and he did it
without a murmur.
Miss Church, a young holy from cue
of the Willamette valley ruial dis
tricts, climbs a six Mil fence every
lime a triiu be.ives in sight. She
is not much used to trains of course,
and Is fearful that the awful thing
might run out of the rvd and chase
her off the camp ground.
Siiudav was ulisorvcd iu a Very quiet
y. In the evening all gathered
around a largo camp tire aud sang
Gospel songs until bed time. K
Housekeeper wanted for small fam
ily. Apply 1-ock box '.V or opvite
new flour mill.
WORK OF GIRGUif COURT
bwtlness Transacted In.
Circuit Court adjourned for the
term ou Monday forenoon, after a
busy week. In five criminal cases,
there waa only one jury trial, three
the accused pleading guilty and
one forfeiting his hail.
State of Oregon vs 'John Kuapp,
information charging the pointing of
gun at another person; A. E.
Reames attorney for plaintiff. Fined
f2 ) and costs.
State of Oregon vs M. M. Richards,
larceny in a house. Plead guilty aud
sentenced for two years.
State of Oregon vs Albert M. Low,
larceny ol a bicycle. Plead guilty
and sentenced for one yeur.
State of Oregon vs Sam McClung,
larceny of a steer. Found guilty and
sentenced for one year.
State of Oregon vs J. T. Stovall,
maliciously wounding an animal.
Placed jjndcr bonds of $150 nnd for
ACTIONS AT LAW
T. 13. Cornell vs Florenco Raii7.au.
action for money ; II. D. Norton for
plaintiff, R. O. Smith for defendant.
Judgment fur plaintiff ..in thu sum
A. U. Hough vs English. Canadian
Co., action for money; R. G. Smith
for plaintiff, W. (3. Hale for defend
ant. Judgment for plaintiff iu the
sum of fJ'.H2. 12.
J.A.Tate and R. S. Bratten, vs
Oscar Beer, action for money ; R. G.
Smith for plaintiff, A. C Hough for
defendant. Judgment for plaintiff in
the sum of tiH'Jl.
Alice II. Culver vi John Handle,
ippoal from justice; court H. D. Nor
ton for plaintiff, R. G. Smitn for tie
fi ndent. New trial granted.
10. H. Pickel vs John R. Harvey,
action for money; W. I Vuwter for
Henry J. Fisher vs Pacific Pile
Needle Co. , notion for money ; A. C
Hough for plaintiff. Dismissed.
William P Wilson vs B E Meredith
action lor money. H. D. Norton for
S. A. Vance vs The Mountain View
Copper Co., action for money, R. G
Hinith for plaintiff, H. D. Norton for
Grants Pass Ranking & Trust Co ,
I Old Channel Mining Co., A. C.
Hough for plaintiff, action for
SUITS IN EQUITY
James Little, plaintiff vs F. H.
Osgood, defendant, Suit to quiet title,
W. C. Halo and A. C. Hough tor
plaintiff, R. U. Smith for defend
S. V. Smith vs Nellie Smith, di
vorce, K G Smith for plaintiff.
Illinois & Josephine Gravel Mining
Co., vs Hurry Pniley, suit to quiet
title, H. 1). Norton for plaintiff, R
G. Smith for defendant. Dilmissed.
A. C Hough vs A W Fox and James
O'H. Guiiu, suit to quiet title,. A C.
Hough for plaintiff, R. G. Smith for
defendant Fox. Dismissed
W I Sweetlnnd vs Grants Pass New
Water Light & & Puwer Co., W. C.
Halo for plaintiff. Win. T. Muir for
P. A Smith et nl vs A J Sherwood
et al, foreclosure of mortgage, W. C.
Halo for plaintiff. Judgment for
plaintiff iu the sum of f J.VI. lid.
Jans H Aden, bv C C Taylor
Guardian vs Theo O Naucke et al, suit
to quiet title, II. D. Norton for plain
tiff, Colvig & Cannon and A. E.
Reames for defendants.
F Fctaoh vs Lucy Perron, equity, II
D. Norton for plaintiff, W. C. Hal
Ellen F St Louis vs Henry ERooth
11. G. Smith lor plaintiff, W. C
Hale for defendant.
Elialwth Grovo vs F. F. Grove
divorce, I). H. Hendricks and R. G
Smith fir plaintiff, H. I). Norton for
O. S Goodnow vs Win H Emersou
ami R G Smith, foreclosure of me
chauics lien, C. E. Mayhce and W
C. Hale for plaintiff, U. P. Norton
for defendant Win. II. Emerson.
Elvira D. Hay vs W J Hay, divore
R. G. Smith for plaintiff.
Mary Soberer vs Bernhardt Sclnrcr
divorce, H. IV Norton for plaintiff.
Decree for plaintiff.
l'etij. Rush, et. al vs II. M Gnihun
equity, 11. D. Nortos for plaintiff.
II II McClung, et al vs Mrs Pagie
Turner, et ill, partition suit, A S
Hammond for plaintiff, W. C. Hale
Maggie Kanr.au vs ECIVAruioiul
injunction, II. I. Norton for plain
Amanda J Long vs John Long
alias Geo. W Long, divorce, H. B.
Hendricks for plaintiff. Decree foi
S N. Avers and Lisxie Hendricks.
et al vs O O Lund, suit to quiet tille.
R. ti. Smith for plaintiff, II DNoiton
John T Ijiviou vs T T Dcvore ami
Sarah Hoxie equity, H 1) Norton for
E I. Cass vs Frank" Wethcrell, et al
equity, W. C. Hale for plaintiff. De
cree for plaintiff iu the sum of .'":!:.
A J Waite vs Win H Emerson, R. G
Smith and O. S. Goodnow, foreclosure
of mimrs lien, W. C. Hale for plain
tiff, II D. Norton for defendant Win
J L Sullivan Saddle Tree Co. vs F
M l.ueus, et al equity, Colvig it Can
non for plaintiff, W. C Hale for de-
Slate land Beard vs W S Robinson,
foreclosure, W C Hale for plaintiff.
Janu s O'B Gunu vs A W Fox. etal I
partition suit. A. ' Hough for1
plaintiff, Dolph, Mallorr, Siruou'
& G nrin for defendant Julius
t E Emerson vs Jaus Adui, I
iieinel and T&ylor, guardian, I
equity. W A Clelund for plaintiff, '
R.G. Smith for ih l.udsnt.
J K W isi-carrer vs Joseph Klippctl,
suit for water. If. I). Nortou for:
W. I. Swm'tlnml linuitu lar
New Water Light & I'owerl'a. W.I
t'. lUlc tor p!uititi!T, W. T. Xluir 1
Jnlia A ISuh t VnM I Smith, A.
t. t ton cli tor i la 1 1 1 ( i fr. aim lui.uite.
DEEH SEEN FROM TRAIN
intcrctlihg ight for Travelers on
licury Walter, who relumed on
Wednesday from a trip to Gleudale,
tells of nu interesting sight which
was enjoyed by the passengers ou the
train. A bimrtnome deer, which was
iu the neighborhood o, the railroad
trues at one of the wilder sK)ts be
tween Gleudale and Leland. failed
to get out of the way at train tin e
and was corralled between the fine?
and the track. The frightened ani
mal tried to (.et through the fence but
could not aud the train passed by
within a few feet of it. As inn,
however, as the last car passed, the
deer gave au exhibition of sprinting
ability that was marvelous.
Henry Hocking has been ou the sick
list the past week.
Fred Wetherby was ou thu sick list
the first of the week.
Born to Mrs. and Mrs R. W. Cheev
nenr Wilderville, July llilh, a
Mrs. Geo. Bryan and little sou
visited a couple of weeks with her
father J. Verdni. 1
Rev. Mr. Council of Grants Pass
preached au interesting sermon in the
Wilderville church Sunday July lit.
The Williams saw mill did uot run
Mouduy aj some of the machinery was
under repair, but was ready for work
C',,,,,.,.r ...... .,
" j.uii iii
a shingle mill on their place mar
Uliiiuey creelt Hint will i omuieiice
Rev. Mr. McDougall. the M. E.
minister of Grants Pass preached at
Wilderville ou the evening of Julv
the scrvicj w.n wnll ntt.iii I 'd and
enjoyed by all. The Wilderville peo
ple wcIcoiiim the Gra'iU ' i'.t.is minis
ters ut any tiini and would like to
have them come iigniu.
VUl'Ni JKKSKY COW Urehtfor hrtle.
i ...... ;ru ,,f vt' iv iv,rt. .. ii.i.
SIX horse power Mt'tun Imiler aiut
i I ...... n i.r.. ..hi.,..
;AIM KiMi SAl.K-two miles from Mur-
lottum litiiit, ncrov in cultivation, miih'1
house ami larn and about .'iJ acres under
ft n. e, hfliatice of Inmi iiialle for orchard
iittHlure. tor further particulars ad-
lrtM W. M. Crow, Merlin, t'reKon.
'l(U) ''re fruit ami toi k ranch, .'( miles
J ' trom tiraittM Tai. W fenced, fio
leitrel' luin Orchaitl. fair ImildiuirH. eooit
fruit soil, plenty of water and titulter and
the het outMde stock ran;e in Josephim
t'ountv. Trice $7 uu per avc, part cah.
Cutl at rniii ti on Jones creek or aiMre
A. II. Chesiuore, irantH l'ast, Ore
M'KK ranch, Kod prune and
apple orchard. mikiII Iruits in
almndame; water tor irjication, beide
prints on every 40 acres: center of a K'od
rane cimtiirv; two dwwilin houses, Ui
tiarn, every lliiiif; complete; well sheltered
from ironts, .mkh. utitiintf markets, one
hull mile imriii ol Tunnel!, price fJ,."00
hxUire at this otlice.
FARM FOR. SALE
!2()0 Arlll's " "'i1" wuth of Uratit
l' health of owner the onlv cau-e for
selling. 70 acres under cultivation; 70
acres fence for pasture, balance wood land,
oak and pine; will make agricultural
land when cleared. N.x room hoite; hum
:tixlH; milk liouse. all in intod repair.
Ni-nrlv new WHLron. mower and rak mid
all other luruun inpleiuents ; 4 rows, i
lives. ,i Hordes, i iiol'i. r.verviiiiuir ioe-
with the farm for f-'x0. Crop for
includtsl. luuulre at this ollice.
John M. Kummell K. M. Hummel
JUMMEIX & RUM MRU,
Sixth uud 0 Streets opp. Court Houm'
kants Pass, - okkuon.
Piacticeci in all State ami Federal Court
Ullite over Firyt National Hank.
tiKANTH FAMH, - OkK'.ON.
HAVE VOU 111'1'N
TIIK ACMK OK TAR
I.OR CAMK. GOOD
I'OR .SOCIALS AND
PARTI ICS :
than a box of monkeys
Stover Drug Go.
Field aud Garaeii
Seed in Bulk.
White ami Yellow I'ic!
SiUar Com, Top Corn.
Ail ilf.x, Timothy. and White
IVa-. Heans, Onion. Carrot
Also tegular ;u-k.i);i.' mm!s
J. M. CHII.FS,
FRONT and FOURTH STS
UltS HHaI JUL Ut tMi.
I (. iiuh Brwv. l vim
In iv ,1 Y
. H . . TI
I Take lLXaUVe Uromo UininC Tablets. JSt
Svca Minoa koxe aold in yuA 13 months. This Signature,
!;e.hd br SeJel
IMirab! !nti, fir't tlnss tor fruit
and berries, cue-half to one and a
half miles north of town, for sale in
tracts from 10 acres up. Terms tosuit
purchaser. M. W. Wheeler.
For 10 acres of orc hard, oue mile
from postothce easy terms. Must
sell at ouce at the above bargain
price. Joseph Muss, City.
You will need a stove tho kind
with asbestos lining and cast iron
top is the best. 1 have them at sur
prisingly low prices, also the sheet
Tents in all weights and all sizes
at less than elsewhere.
1 have a
can think of.
big stock of new aud
goods everything you
Let me show you.
IKE M. DAVIS,
Southern Oregon State Normal School
Good buiUUnirs; ' nw
gymnasium with modern
upplianees; fine library;
well pquipied chemical
and physical laboratory;
one new school tmil Jiiig
withs new furnishings
throughout: oil build-
, i,,.,i. n ,,,..
j m"unv added': surnmn 1-
iuy;s hculi timl; social at
niofitjL-iv of thu Htthonl
whh :in.t hMuiuI tliu Vi
Im'.i !fort on ihi1 i:v of
'-ho sliiilcnt; living vx
Ip:isis nomiiiiil; tlrpiu t
m.'uis in ih:tf'.'o of 8k-
Mlil i-H; HJH'i:ll opjior
t.ini'.ii'H for ht.-.uiy of
vot'ul itti l iiwr'.i:n-'ul..l
Send f ,r catalogue to
6ENJAMIIN F MULKEY.
VK 1IAVK JUST UNLOADED A MONSTER
50-FT. CAR AND ANOTHER 30-FT. CAR OF
NEW. FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS ALL
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE GOODS AND WE
ARE SELLING THEM AT
WE CARRY A BIG STOCK OF ALL HOME
FURNISHINGS CARPETS, BEDDING,
"The Kind that stays sharp"
iivt'raj,'o person Jliat it is better to buy pood cutlery than to
buy cheap cutlery.
We carry lb.; largest assortment of Knives, Razors,
Seiko's, etc., to be f mm! in Southern Oregon.
The prices are as low as are consistent
for good goods
GIVE US A CALL
W. A. Paddock
1 L. 1 1 1
Sraats Pass Pharmacy
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Trie Coming fcefli
Chautauqua at Ashland July 12 id
21th. Eleventh year.
Great speakers Senator Dolliver,
Congressman Champ Clark, Uer-
maine, the magician, and others.
Fine schools beter aud better.
Reduced rates on railroad. Come and
bring the ' folks." Write Secretary.
Get Thomas prices on Refrigerators.
Tanglefoot Fly Paper,
Sure Kill Fly Paper,
"Vampire" Spiral Fly
Orange FrenL opposite Optra
. U. Bannard
IS UPPossnrv tr nnvinnn Ilia
l'reserve Vour Clothing
By lltt lirasliin them tlioroiiKlil
kikI Infill,; thrm iu the own air and
utitittlit Mr 8 or 10 Iioum, wrap them
tifclitly in tar parnr with tome ol
our nlial)le tnotli proot ireparatiou,
and if kept in a tight drawer, cheat
orrlrvw, moths oauuot and will not
injur.' them. We carry a full liue of
t ir mil) tariu- pr-r, canihnr balls,
ed ir, citiiijihor, etc.
National Drag Store