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ROGUE KIYER COURIER
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription Rates i
One Tear, In pdraDce,
nix Months, ...
. Advertising Races
Furnished on application at the oflice, or
Obituarle and resolutioni of con
dolence will he charged for aloe per line;
card of thanks Site.
: A. E. VOORHIES, Pnoi'R. & Mnoh
Entered at the pout oiline at (irants
' Oregon, at second-claw mail matter.
THURSDAY. Deo. 24. 190"..
Tho supreme conrt of tlio atutn of
OrPROU I'M declared coiiHtitutioiial the
initiative and refereiidnru amendment
adopted by the voters of tlio state at
the general oler-titm of 1W02.
, The Liberte sonfiriiia tlio report that
" the Conucil of the War Oflice lias con
sidered details of Dreyfus' rc.limtiito
mnnt In the hrniy and tho rcKimcnt he
will command, with tlio rank of
lieutenant colonel, has licin chosen.
.. It is added that a determination has
; been reached to deal riRcironsly with
ollleiers who express disapproval of
' Affiiin tho Gold Hill Nows has
changed hands, A. T. Fetter, after is
suing two numbers, sells out to E L.
Allen of Salem, who Is an allrnund
nowspaper man. The News has been
improving with each ihsne atid w
look for a good paper from Mr. Allen.
Gold Hi LI Is a good local ion and a
livo newspaper could bo a great
benefit to that section.
The extraordinary session of the
legislature called by Governor Cham
berlain to remedy error in the en
actment of tho new tax law at the
last sobsiou, convened on Monday at
Halnm. Tlio olllcers are I he same ax
at the last scsninii except tho sergcant-ut-anus.
On Tuesday a resolution
was adopted providing that tho legis
lature adjourn sinn diu Wednesday
Ashland, after a varied oxjierienco
as a dry town, a high license, a low
license town, has agaiu gouo "dry",
a straight dry ticket being elected
with Capt. II. 8. Kvans as mayor.
The candidates all Agreed to stand hy
tho Totes of (ho pooplu and thu Million
ists can now look for other locations.
Ashland is to be congratulated on the
stand she has taken and her famo will
go abroad as a residence town with
good ohurches, good schools and a
sitfo place to bring up a iiunily.
Statistics compiled by tho suMriu
tendunt of tho money order division,
Now York postolllees, show Christ
mas gifts of American coin reaching
a total of $1,408,1)110 were carried to
Europo on tho liner Ht. Louis, which
sailed Saturday: Kaiser Wilholm on
Tuesday and th Oceanic on Wed lies
day. Of this sum, England receive)
fittn,3tm. Tho total amount for
warded ill domestic money orders to
joints in tho United States and
Canada on Thursday alone was tl,-
Under Two Flngs.
A largo number of Grants I'ass
people gathered lit tho opera bourn
Friday night to witness tho perfor
mance of tho play "Under Two
Flags" presented by local talent.
Many wvro tho surprises in sroro for
the audlenco who little suspected the
possibilities of tho different actors.
To say that it was well rendered is
potting it mildly. Mr. Graham under
whose direction the play was given
is an artist and his playing was all
that could bo desired. Miss I joint
Thomas as Cigarette was perfect
Miss Thomas is at all times a favorite
and the audience showed their appre
ciation by frequent bursts of applause.
Roy Wilson was perfectly at home
as Rake, the Irish Knight, while Den
tils Stovall was a success as Black
Hawk, the arrogant, unscrupulous
ollioer. Simeowill not permit u sr
aouitl mention of the qualities of each
of the players hut tho fact that each
one contributed to the success of the
entertainment will give praise to the
Next Tuesday Mr. Graham w ill put
on tho piny "llceiiuse. I I.ovo You,"
also under tho auspices of Josephine
Chapter, Eastern Star, w ith the fol
Imogfiio Courtleigh Ijiura Thomas
Ginger C'leo laicas
Nance Tyson Ethel Johnson
l'rndcnco Kit . licnrl
Horace Veruer Win
D. II. Stovall
A. il. Giiuiiell
. .. J ('. I.UCIIS
. D. II. Stovall
Elmer Van Stitti rt Dr.
I'. 1 1. Slri.Ucr
Major Dully W
in. II. Hampton
A. M. Keating
. Aha Guiiiiell
There will be specialties between
Notice to School Clerks.
To District Sihc.nl Clerks of Jose
phiuo t'oiinly :
The rule of school lax for hint, that
the enmity court will have to levy ill
order to aggregate mi amount winch
shall he at least f r capita for each
child of si liool age in I lie county, as
jut the new school law, will be
alsmt l"v nulls on the dollar. This
will give In each district iihout twice
as much from the county fund as
Was given last year.
All districts needing a s-einl lax
for certain purposes can make the
levy us Usual in the month of January
I.iucolli Savage, County sup't.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting
Notice is hereby given that (he an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
Tho Sugar I'ine Door it Lumber I'oiu
uny will be held at the ollice of the
said company at Grants I'ass, Oregon,
on Wrdnecday January III, l'.HH nt
o'clock p. ui. The mooting i for the
1m r pose of clcctlim a board of seven
llrectors to serve for the eestiing
year and the transaction of such
other business as mav come Is fore it.
H. (1. KlSNKY. pres.
J. 11. Hool'H sec y.
Grants lns, Oregon, lVcvnibcr 14, l'.Mt.
The Fair Store accounts of I). Fred
erick have been placed ill the hands
of H. A. Williams for collection. ;
persons owing him are requested
call and settle.
Loce.1 Tc&cher Institute. j
The local institute held at Merlin
last Saturday was a decide d success,
although several teachers whose
names appeared on tho program were
Great interest was manifested as
was shown by the goodly niuber of
the residents and patrons of tho school
who were present.
Prof. McConnell handled his sub
ject "The lioy in School" in his
usual off-hand manner, which never
fails to bring out all the good points.
Misses Mary Day, Millie Frier and
Josephine Crow each read a paper on
their respective subjects, that would
have heel a credit to any high school
or college teacher. Miss Florence
Barrett sent an excellent pajsT which
was read by Supt. Savage.
Mrs. Alice Ilaeoii read an excellent
paiier oil nature study in which a
host of valuable thoughts were
Supt. Lincoln Savage handled his
subject "The Personality of Tho
Teachox" with great care and earnest
noss outlining the many qualities oil
the board, and bringing out the many
valuable points in his dircorse in a
pleasant, yet forciful manner, which
is so characteristic of the man.
Hooligan f o.milv o.t Large.
Tho Hooligan family was at large
Tuesday in the vicinity of Kerbv, or
at least ere billed to appear at the
II. K. S. hall at 1 o'clock. The en
tertainment vas given under the
auspices of the Korhy school and was
a "blooming" success
Work Among Kle.mo.lhs.
Kev. J. L. Iieutty missionary to the
Klamath Indians will give an ad
dress at tho Newman M. E. (lurch
Sunday night on the subject of tlio
Klamath Indian work.
If you want to spend a part of yonr
Christinas vacation In a profitable
way, coma with me and I w ill show
you a heavily timbered quarter sec
tion of vacant land which ou can
tile on and buy of tho government at
M.fiO jst acre. Think of it. W. I!.
Sherman, Room li, Masonic temple,
Choice Paiers at Clemens.
Will Soon Be Here
Wliilo you arc making your Christmas seloc
lions, remember that wo have a great many lines
from which you can select a nico and appropriate
Ladies' Fancy Trimmed Dress Skirts in Silk
Ladies' Underskirts in Silk and Mercerized
Ladies' Hand Made Opera Shawls, large
sijuaro Shawls and Scarfs.
Ladies' Fir Trimmed Felt Slippers.
Ladies' Fur and Chillbn lioas. ' j
Ladios' and Gents' Umbrellas, 1'arasols, and !
Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Mulllers, Fancy
Hosiery, Etc. '
An elegant line of Iilack Dress Goods in the
latest Weaves Trimmings to match.
Yours for good goods at popular prices.
Dry Goods Clothing
Fishing In Gilbeit Creek.
Gilbert Creek furnishes u great deal
of amusement for the youngsters lit
all seasons of the year. Iu the sum
mer time when its waters resemble
a tiuv brook, the small boy with a
bent pin on the end of a string can
llnd plenty of entertainment ct.thiiv-
oring to hook minnows. Hut during
the winter when the water is higher,
many big salmon and trout run up
the creek to quite a distance and then
it Is that the bigger bovs, and girls
too, for that matter, have their sHut
in trying to laud a salmon. Rent pins
are laid aside mid garden rakes, pitch
forks and any other implement that
is handy is called into play w hen a
salmon gets stranded oil a rlllle. Of
course the salmon is "sore" but it is
ssut just tho same, oven if tho tlsh
is turned loose again. Salmon trout
are in good condition and many have
Is'cu landed during the i ast week
and have Held a prominent place on
the hill of fare of residents along the
l ire Insurance.
Kxs rience iu all business is essen
tial. I have I'J vears' experience in
tire underwriting. I hu,e I'J picked
companies us good as tie best Ihisy
doing business at tho old stand oil
Sixth street, soutU of the Western
Motel, and know enough alxuit insur
ance to to cover the risk when writ
ten, guarding your interest as well
as the I 'oinjiuny's. Strict attention
In business. I also write Life and
.1. E. PETERSON, Agent.
A. K. Voorhies I'hoto Supplies.
BUY h TALKING MACHINE
'MIS SUTII'I VOICS
More Mining Machinery.
Tlie Granite Hill mine will soon be
equipped with tho biggest hoist iu
Oregon, a machine operated by steam
and capable of lifting I , to 3 tons
1000 feet per niiuuto. I'umps will
also soon be installed and the work
of transporting the heavy machiiu ry
for tho mill will be in progress in a
J. M. Layman, who is now in
Illinois, writes that machinery con
sisting of a 10-slsmp mill, compressor,
two air drills, a concntrator and
other smaller articles, have been pur
chased for tho Comstock mine on
Greens' creek and will soon Iu ship
iH'.l. This propei ly was knoii s ihe
Dowull proiriy and is about four
miles from Grants I'ass.
A Te-lontcd Soprano
Under tho above Ik ailing, tli.t Port
land Telegram of last Saturday print
ed a likeness of Mrs. Gault and Hpcal.s
of li'irin the following coiiiplimciiti-iy
"Mrs. James Lester Gault, who r. -
(cently returned from Grants Pass,
where she resided for some time, has
been cordially welcomed in social
musical circles. Mrs. Gault possesses
an exquisite soprano voice of excel
lent range aed beautiful quality. She
is a verv talented musician, and her
work is always of a high order. "
A Large Photograph.
Probably the largest photograph
ever made in Southern Oregon was a
panorama photo of the Golden D'ifl
Dam, made by C. L. Clevengor and
was sent to Chicago to C. W. Anient
as a Christmas present v fioui his son
M. C. Anient. The picture was an ex
ccllcnt piece of workmanship, It was
six feet two inches long mid 20 inches
wide and taking in a scope of comity
not less than half a mil) in length
along the river, showing the dam and
all tho prniicrty controlled by the
Golden Drift Mining Co.
As a progressive workman
who is thoroughly a'ivo to
mauds of his profession", Mr,
gcr surely deserves a great
Holiday Hooks at Clemens.
Go to J. C. K. Mcl'iinn for Christ
W. M. Stringer was buried at the
Wihlerville cemetery Suiida Ihe JOth.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wells are to
spend Christinas at Mr. Prank Steven
There is to be a Christmas tree at
Wihlerville Thursday night of this
R. Lindsay and J. I loci, ing. Jr.
and Mr. Carucll, made a trip to town
the llrst of the week.
S. E. UohinsoM and .1. W. Mi Col
1 u in went to Grants Pass on business
the lirst of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lovelace had to go to
San Francisco to the cancer sicci:illst.
At last accounts Mrs. Lovelace was
doing as well as could be expected.
We hope, she will return greatly im
proved 111 health.
Still keeps cool and cloudy, with an
occasional shower. anoni.
KINDLKY In Grants Pass, Decem
ber HI, l'.tt'il, to Mr. and -Mis. M. C.
l-'indlcy, a sen.
W1I.EY-1I.1VEK-At Ashland Wed
ne-ilay, Deci nilvr Hi. I'.'o:;, (ieo.
Wiley of tshl.tiid mid Miss Kdiih
t iliver of Montague,
STRINGER At his heme in Now
Hope district. Win. Stringer, aged
Mr. Stringer had been a resident of
this county for about HO years.
Until you have seen ours.
New machines $.1.50 to $55.
Records '2'tC and up. Sec
ond hand machines ut your
own nr'u'O :it the
U 1 1 V 1 1 I L 1 1 L rJ
Business is quiet at Tonncl 9.
Quite a force of meu aro employed
n limbering the idiiii 1.
The health of the people is good.
Most of the farmers have their crop
iu. Some have not, but that is al
ways the case.
T. J. Macken is kept busy deliver
ing goods. In. his absence, Henry
Ball is first ciers; Henry is very
obliging to his customers.
The death of L. N. Drowning has
east u gloom over this community as
he ' an old settler of Grave creek.
At prcj'iit there ore but a few of the
We read of the cold weather, being
20 degrees below zero in iirts of the
Atlantic states. So far we have hud
but little fiosts; grass has been grow
ing steadily ; stock is doing well ou
October was a dry month so furmeis
could not seed their laud, so the gia II
was put in later; it is coming up
nicely and making a rapid growth,
rrosts iu November destroyed tin
We are having quite a sprint lu ol
cloud juice, so thu miners are liiivinp
an abundance of water. They win
taking a lay off for awhile, but now
work is renewed. Some of our people
went to tho Pass last week, presum
ably to purchase goods for the Holi
days. Some of tho wood cutters aro leav
ing tho old wood camp and going t(
new camps; people will movy ahon1
lool. ing for something better. Tin e,
will be good here as large contracts
for wood have txen let. That mi aus
an increase ol trade for our mer
chants, higher sales for our gardn rs
ai.d all other branches of business.
Wu read of quite a large par' ol
Oregon and Washimgou that is set
tled, but have no transportation
facilities, so it is op-hill work foi
those farmers mid stock raisers.
Here in Southern Oregon, we have
Huoil transportation and good market
for everything we raise. Good sale
for beef cattle and unlimited range;
plenty of i r tty girls for the ciuiiar
ried, widows for older men; g.iod
ichools to educate the children.
H. Sparliu of Williams wasut Pro
W. Sonsou of l'rovolt was ut Grants
Charley Rose made a trip to Med
fofd this week after a load of flour.
Martin I'ernoll of RridgeKiiut,
Applcgato w.ts at Provolt Tuesday.
C II. Cine-aid of Baltimore was ut
l'rovolt this woek, having somo work
Zeb Hydo of Laurel grove passed
through Friday ou his way to liridge
Arthur Illiget of Williams passed
through l'rovolt Wednesday ou his
way to Medford.
Hill Jones of Provolt was at Grants
I'as.i Tuesday to attend the Odd Fel
low 's meeting.
Davy Johns the Williams pus. must
er, was in Grunts pass this week get
ting Christmas goods.
Ln i Loach one of Southern Ore
gon's famous hop growers was ut
Gran's Pass Tuesday on business.
Mr.). Ella Wilkins of California is
visiiiog relatives on Williams Creek.
She will return to McCloud next
L. W. Smith tho Provolt black
smith and merchant was at Grants
i'ass Monday ater a load of freight
W. R. N'ipor of Grants l'a-s is at
l'rovolt this week looking after saw
mill property that is situated on
Mr. Lewis of Humbug was ut Pro
volt Monday purchasing lumber from
ine rowuis crook sawmill Co., to
make Hour boxes.
Mr. ?ip'r, one of the owners of
the Murphy Room and Lumber Co
was at Provolt this week looking
after logs for the spring ruu.
Will York a cattle mail of Davidson
was at Provolt ami Williams this
week trying to buy yearling calves
while they are at low figures.
Thousands of feet of logs are in the
rovls and on the banks of Applcgato,
all along up the valley, to be
Honied down tin- river to the big saw
mil! at Murphy, but are unable to
Don't Forget that a Choice Box of
or a nice
BOTTLE of PERFUMERY
MAKES A MCI- CHRISTMAS GIFT
t CLEMENS Sells Drugs.
Nowhere in Oregon can an investment he made with
greater safety than in Grants Pass real estate. Within the
'past year the town has increased one-third in population. Ail
teal estate values have increased, et prices are still so low
that those investing now arc sure to realize handsome profits.
The climate here is ideal. The mine; are inou-asing iu
value and milling exH-tts predict this is to he one of the neat
est mining districts in the world.
For further information call upon or address
JOSEPH MOSS, Uq Real Estate Aent,
who has the largest list of property with
Property sold on the installment plan if desired.
Office on "li" street, west of Sixth street.
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t -V I ... . 3 1 ' . j! v. 1 i i "A ' f ' '1 .", t ',! ' I .. ... - wtt-. .i-v, . '
move now ou a 'count of high waters
sweeping away tho mill dam nud
rusting tho Applcgato Boom and
Lumber Co. a loss of about 10,0()0 iu
logs anil work.
Tlmro will bo a dancn at the W. ().
W. hall at Williams New Years
night. Daiu'tt, horso feed and sup-H-r,
$l.f0. All aro invited to come
and h ivo a good tim .
Tho Fields llros. of 1'rov.ilt nie
making ()uilH a showing on their farm
this year. In Mr si ring they intend
to put in 20 acres of apples and
clover. Thai will inako hay iu
iuiiiidaui-0 and the prion of hay w ill
eoino to the littoral llgurcs ngaiii.
J. A. I.ewinau will also havo 15 acres
more next year. 11-.) bus been selling
hay at $111 per ton this winter bet it
is now sold i nt.
Olio can travel u;i the valley for
miles, over l ii h, firtile soil, whiih is
locond best to none iiiuf produces Mo
very llnsi t of corn, benn, hops,
wheat, oats, hurley, potatixs, frr.it,
rod clover and alfalfa, which grows
ill abundance by the tine climate and
large system of irrigation The lower
portion of the valley is Irrigated by
the Laurel (i.-cve ditch company and
Missouri ditch, while In tho upper
portion it is irrigated by the various
companies' ditches ut llridgepoint.
The famous ipiartz mines will bo tho
hiding industries ill the future,
mining which ur- Lion, The Unby,
Kxclinni r ami lloiu- of Content ion,
ill fating tin- beautiful valhy of
Applegiito. Anyoii" passing ti e ri ugh
valley can tell by the constant
roar of tho blasting that large quan
tities of the yellow metal are being
taken out, while the various d iivr
mines produce a lar.-e (punt it v cl
money. The mines are winked by
iiieans of large giants which t-ai
awav the earth bv the acre.
Just at the licrid i f this valley big
oil the mnunliiiiis of old liravbick,
liis the finious I iregon lnimmutli
civs w hich are noted througi.i ut
the slate, for their niystiry am!
We call spend the hot divsof seni
iner ill the cool snow capp. d inciint
uins liunting :;U'l li.hiug.
You can si e by the f r going
sketch, that Provolt is a model place
ill w Inch to make a Ihi:ii
I lappy Hooligan
Heal Estate.. .
the licst ptiecs and
ONE f-ilGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30
TKC SEASON'S GREATEST EVENT
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THe pipe: j-p lp
DREADER LL-tL feUL.
.:os;:-: vu.s;c than a comic opicra.
LAVI-sIl IX I.OVI-I.INlvSS.
' 2 5". 5'"-'- 75c-
Tlie cut tain will go tip promptly at 8 p. in.
V. AN I I'M.
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ook. I.i avo
. F . Clary.
at Courier ollice.
TKl'.STWlllM'HY lady or g. ntloman
to iiiau-ige business in this county
and udjc ining territory lor Iioiim
of solid limincial suinding. i5.-J0.ihj
straight. (:oli salary and expenses
paid each Monday direct from
lieadipiaiters. Hxpeiise mom V ad
lanccd: position piini:ininl. Ad
dress Manager, i'.j.'i Million P.ldg. ,
PIANO Nearly new
gam. Kasy terms
pi.mo at a bar-i'Jmiuti-t'
tnis olliCi'. i
SAW MILL A good s:uv mill plai t1
to sell, capacity -.'", oo. ! it .i;i t ii iu j
the heart of a grind tunl'i n l seciioul
n-ar innurh of Wilhanis t'rtik.
Teams. Jigging outtii, buildings
io-i w(-i iti of lumh -r in yard, all
for j:i,(l(10. Lnipiire at tins ollice.
s ucri-s, all impiovii, P.' in o-.
(dnird, M in luips, two Ikiusi s and two
bams, . niili s front town. W ill sell
all or part. K. W. Turner,
Onuits Pass-, Oregon.
A SPAN' of good work horses, sound
and gentle, '.I and Id yra-s old ami
we gli 1 .'"o to 1-) '0 I'oiiuds, gu:irn
tei d In li,- ;is ivprr-ent' d, can b.
bought at a ro:t -n;t bio pin- . Also
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Of Automobile Bas, Purses, Card Cases, Letter
and Hill Honks, plain or mounted with Silver or
Certainly desirable Tor Christmas gifts.
The very low prices wo have placed on these
goods will surprise you.
Let us show you through tho line.
SLOVER DRUG CO.
CURTIS & C9.
Has tin; Finest Stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
F.vc-r r.rouglit to Grants Pass, Ore.
Wc have the finest line of Solid OulJ, plain ami Set Rings.
DiamonJ RitiKs. Silver Novelties, Routers' 1847 Plated Silver
ware; a fine selection of Gents' Chains, Ladies' New Style
Chains, Ladies' I.oekets, Urooches and Iiracelets.
livery one is cordially invited to call and see Goods ami yet
Prices, as Ottr Stock for the Holidays is fine and complete,
We also have on the road one of the New lira Kngravinj;
Machines. This Machine will he here in a few days, and we
will he prepared to do all kinds of lingravitii;.
CURTIS & C2.
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
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The Southern Oregon
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GRANTS PASS, OREGON
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