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ROGUE RIVKR COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. JULY 6. 1906.
jyf C. FINDLEY. M. D.
Practice limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
Glasses tit ted and furnished.
Offioe hour 9 to 12; 2 to 6; and on ap
pointment Telephones 261 and 77.
UtAirra Pass, - - Orsoos
J)RS. DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS,
. R. DorOLAS
ANSA B. DOUOLAl, nt.D,
Diseases of Women
Cor. Sixth and E streets.
JJR. J. C. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Office at National Drug Store.
Phonos, Ollioe 355; Res. 1045.
Uosidenoe cor. 7th and D streets.
Obants Pahs, - Ohkqok
J)R. W. K. KREMER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Onice in Courier Building.
Otllce phone 911, residence 413.
Eyes tested and glasses fitted.
Grants Pahs, ... Ohkoon.
JJR. T. E. BEARD.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Hair-Riddle Hardware,
Res. cor. 4th and 1) Streets.
Phones, OUice 354; Res. 321.
G bants Pass, Ohioon.
g, LOUGIIRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON
Res. Phone 714
Oity or country calls attended night
or day. Sixth and H, Tuff's building-.
OUice Phone 361.
Grants Pahs - . Oregon.
Ju B. HALL
UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AND LICENSED EMBALMKK.
orth 6th St., near Court House.
Offioe Phone 751, Res. Phone 717.
Grants Pass, Obkoon.
EARL V. INGELS
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST.
AH work guaranteed accurate and re
Ollioe opp. P. O. Phone 1003.
Grants Pass, - Oregon,
JJ D. NORTON,
Practice in all Slate and Federal Courts.
Oftloe in Opera House Building.
Grants Pahs, Ohkoon
W. C. HALE,
Office over First National Bank,
tf rants Pass, Ohkoon.
A.. C. HOUGH,
Praotloes In all State and Federal Courts
Oftloe over Uulr-Rlddlo Hardware Co.
Grants Pahs, Ohkoon
J. H. AUSTIN,
yiLLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
6th St., north of Josephine Hotel.
Grants Pahs, Ohkoon.
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
Surveys promptly aad accurately
Leave orders at Courier oliice.
J. E. PETERSON
flRt, LIFE AN0 ACCIDENT INSURANCE !
A. -eut Uig Horn Hash) Laud Co.,
V omtug. Anchor Vii Koroo.
Wood Working Shop.
West of Bour mill, near R. R. track
Turning, Scroll Work, cUairWork, Hand
hawinK.t'shlnel Work, Wood I'ulleva. Saw
Filing nd gumming, KeptiriiiK all kinds.
mi out'of""order. You go to bed in a
Ud humor aud get up with a bad tnwte
in"yoiir luottthT You w.iitwouietliiiig
UistimulaY y""r liv"1- J" Ht ry
Herbine, the liver regulator, A I1"!
tive ourV7orOouHpatioii, lvsMwia
and all liver ooinplaint. Mrs. P.
Ft. Worth. Texas, wrltoa: "Have
and Herbiue in mv family for years.
Words cau't express what l think
Herblne."'' For sale by National Drug
titers aud Rotertnund. .
A DELIGHTFUL OUTING
AT CHAUTAUQUA PARK
Special Train to Ashland July
17 Low Far and a Fin
The Chautauqua Assembly at Ash
land is the chief recreation and educa
tional gathering of Southern Oregon.
It is delightful as an outing place
either for a day or for ths week of
the assembly. Those desiring to camp
will find in the handsome grove along
Ashland creek, which flows through
the grounds, an ideal place to pitch
their tents. The water Is cold and
pnre and direct from the snows of
Ashland Butte, and fuel will be sop
plied. But those desiring to board
can sec ore the bent of accommodations
in the hotels, boarding booses and
private families in the city by ad
dressing the secretary of the Chautau
qua Association. The Chaotaoqoa is
the common people's college for at its
assemblies they can hear the best of
oritory, literature, music, art and so
cial and political economy. At these
assemblies can be heard spenkers of
national and frequently of world rep
utation, to hear whom on the regular
lecture platform would cost from 1
to (2.50 for admission, the price of a
soasoa ticket to a Chautauqua as
sembly. In the classes that bold ses
sions each forenoon one can get prac
tical ideas on matters that go to make
for suoceis in onr life's endeavor.
It Is the plan of President Billings
to arrange for special train service
from Grants Pass to Ashland during
the Chautanqua, for those who ran at
tend but one day. A rate of one and a
third fare will be given on Southern
Pacific trains. It is expected that
there will be a large attendance from
Grants Pass and other places in Jose
phine county for the Chautauqua
promises to be the best this year of
any year in its history.
The following" is synopsis of the
program foi the assembly :
Wednedsday, July 11, Opening Day.
8 :00 Prelude.
8:15 Readings Miss Agnes O. Her
3 :45 Lecture by Prof. B. R. Baum
gardt, -"Earthquakes, Considered
from the Cosmic and Geologioal Stand
point." 8:00 Prelode.
8:15 Lecture, by Prof. Baumgardt,
"An Evening With the Stars."
Friday, July 18, Entertainment Day.
3:45 Mrs. Martha S. Glelow, "In
Old Plantation Days."
8:15 Rosani, The Prince of Jug
Saturday, Joly 14, 3raud Army Day.
3:15 Mrs. Gielow, " In Song and
Stories of the Old South. "
4:00 Address to Old Soldiers, by
Bishop D. II. Moore.
8 :15 Rosani, the Wonder Worker.
Sunday, July 15, Devotional Day.
I) :45 Sunday Schools in the various
10:45 Services in Auditorium,
Special music, sermon by Bishop
8 :00 Song service and address by
Pre.. U. F. Mulkey.
6:45 Union Youug Peoples' Meet
ing. 8:00 Eveniug service, special
music, sermon by Dr. E. L. House.
Monday, July 111, W. 0, T. U. Dav.
3 :45 Grand Hold Medal Contest.
81 :5 Lecture, Capt. Jack Crawford,
Tuesday, July 17, Rogue River De
velopment aud States Day.
10:110 Receptlou of guests by Asb-
1h"1' Coi"'"'1 Vhxb.
1 1 :00 ProiiMiu as provided bv Com-1
mittee from various states aud sec- i
13:00 to 3:00 Basket dinner in i
Grove (briug your banket). I
! 3 :00 to 4 :H0 Mosiu aud addresses
by Hu. Tom Richardson of Portlaud,
Col. E. Hofor, of Salem and Pres. P.
L. Camplwll of Eugene.
8:1 J Ucture by Capt Jaek'Praw.
ford. "The Poet Scout " """""""
Wednesday, July IS, Ameriou Pity.
10:!W Lecture Miss Belle Kearney.
Jl :45 Two match gaiiioa"lwwhall iai
Ash laud " vs ?""aud""t b )""Kogue Kiver
Pr.'arheri vs. the World.
8:15 Lecture by Dr.
Charles EiH I
war i.oce, A i'lIgnniHije; to
CL.in... A ..: IT..- .J .T"
Thursday, July 19. Information-DuvT
a ;yo prelude. ; "T
Scarecrows do uot Ocare"
8 H) Prelude. . , , ,
8:15 Temperance address, Mist
Friday, July 30, Musical Day.
100 Children's concert.
3 :15 Prelude.
S -J80 Lecture by Dr. James S. Hart
ley, "In the Barefoot Kingdom"
8 :00 Grand Final Coooert.
Ante-preludes each evening by Prof.
Applehoff's One orchestra Round
Table talks at 4 :30 under the direc
tion of Prof. M. B. Signs, superin
tendent of Medford city schools.
Schools, choruses and conferences
$lt0 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to know that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been been able to oure In all its stages
and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cum Is the ooly positive care now
known to the ..medical fraternity
Catarrh being a constitutional disease,
requires a constitutional treatment
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the Toundatioo of
the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the oonstitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials. Address F. J.
CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Farm Lands in Forest Reserves
To Forest Officers in charge :
Tho act above mentioned, which pro
vides for the classification and listing
of lands chiefly valuable for agricul
ture in forest reserves expressly pro
vides that no future settlement on any
lands within forest reserves is author
ized until they have been publicly de
clared open to settlement by the
Secretary of the Interior. Any settle
ment on such lands prior to the open
ing by the Secretary of the Interior
will not only oonfer no rights on the
settler but will constitute trespass.
Yon will please be diligent in dis
covering and preventing any uoh
trespasses and report them promptly
to the Forester.
Pleuse give the widest possible pub
licity to this order to discourage such
settlement aud to prevent loss and
trouble to intending settlers.
(Signed) OVERTON W. PRICE,
The Boswell Mineral Springs.
Capt. Ben D. Boswell, the pro
prietor of the springs, guaranteees to
RELIEVE RHEUMATIC PAIN, and
any case of Rheumatism of not over
six months standing will receive ONE
MONTHS TREATMENT FREE if
it caunot be cured. For rooms, rates,
CAPT. BEN D. BOSWELL,
Boswell P. O., Oregon.
A Tragic Finish.
A watohmau's neglect permitted a
leak in the great North Sea dvke.
which a child's finger could have
stopped, to become a ruinous bresk,
devastating an entire provinoe of Hol
land. In like maimer Kenneth
Molver, of Vauceboro, Me., permitted
a little cold to go unnoticed until a
traglo finish was only averted by Dr.
King's New Discovery. He writes:
"Three doctors gave me up to dio of
long inflammation, caused by a
aeg leoted cold ; but Tr. King's New
Discovery saved my life." Gimruu
teed best cough and cold cure at all
drug stores. 50 cents aud 11.00. Trial
Fine Program For Chautauqua.
Ihe Fourteenth Annual Session at
Ashland, Oregou, July 11th to 20th.
Fiue lectures, concerts, music, schools.
Partial lint of speakers Bishop Moore,
Dr. Locke, Captain Jack Crawford,
Mrs. Gielow, Miss Belle Kearney,
Prof. Baumgardt, (science), Bosani,
the famous juggler and the California
Quintette Club. line camping,
beautiful scenery. Make yonr plans to
come, write for printed matter.
,U. F. BILLINGS,
PROF. T. A. HAYES. Secretary.
Curtd of Brtght'i Discus.
Mr. Robert O. Burke, Eluora, N.
., writes: "Before I started to use
Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up
from 13 to 30 times a eight, and I was
op wun aronsy ana mv
i eyesight was so impaired I oould
scarcely see one of my family across
the room. I had given op hope of
living, when a friend recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 cent
bottle worked wonders aud before I
had taken the third !bottle the drnnur
hl 0Ue' M wel1 other symp-
""" ' unguis aisease. " or sale
by II. A. Roteriuuud.
Send your family washing to the
All rough dry work
The Courier is the leading paper of.
Josephine County. '
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
All matter for this column Is supplied
by tbs Uranta Pass Woman s Christian
Resolutions on ths death of Mrs.
Mary H. Hunt were passed by tbs
American Society for the Study of
Alcoholic and other narootios at its
recent annual meeting in Boston.
They commended her supreme courage
and unfaltering faith and ber devotion
to the great thought of teaching the
children the evils of alcoholand nar
cotics. Dr. T. D. Crothers, secretary
of the American Medical Society says:
I am sure that the W. O. T. U.
lias won the great battle, practically,
by the tremendous flank movement of
teaching the children in the public
schools the dangerof alcohol." At
this meeting Mrs. Martha ,M. Allen,
Superintendent of Medical Temper
ance for the National W. O. T. U.,
mado an address which was well re
ceived. In a late Issue of the Courier men
tion was made in this column of the
destruction of liquor from the cellar
of Ex-Seuator.Henderson. Tbe.Litch
field. 111., Sesrcblight gives such an
interesting account of the procedure.
It should be passed on for the good of
others interested in the temperance
cause. It is a great blessing that
many in high places see the evils of
intemperanoe and are using their In
fluence for good.
MRS. L.' W. HOOD,
Washington, May 17. The gutters
literally ran red with wine and other
intoxicating liquors last evenng, in
the immediate vicinity of Henderson
castle, the picurtesque home of former
United States Senator John B. Hen
derson of Iowa, on the heights
overlooking this city. Hundreds of
oobwebby bottles, containing wines of
rare old vintage, imported whiskies
and brandies, cordials and other bever
ages galore, the entire contents of ths
Henderson wine cellar, valued
more than 1000, were smashed and
the contents allowed to flow through
the nearby gutters to the sewer.
me aestruction or tne wine was
aooompanied by ceremonies andjeeveral
interesting incidents. Those" who
wrought the destruction, by permis
son of Mrs. Henderson, who 'stood
smilingly by while it was accoin
plished were men and women, mem
bers of the Indepeodencnt Order of
Rechabites, headed by High Chief
Ruler Wayne W. Cordell.
A few minutes after 8 o'clock a long
line of Rechabites, members of John
B. Henderson Tent and Onward
Ladies' Tent, carrying at the head of
the column an American flag, invaded
the oastle on the bill, like knights of
old, and were soon in full possession
or the premises. The castle ws bril
liantly illuminated and Mrs. Hender
son graoioualy received the followers
ol Rechab in the art gallery. The
Rechabites wore the full red, white
aud blue regalia of the order, and
the scene presented was a striking
one. After the soests had assembled.
Mrs. Henderson, wearing the white
and gold regalia of Onward Tent, of
which she is a member, was presented
to the assemblage by High Chief
Roler Cordell. Advancing to the
center of the room, she said :
"There has been a bit of a burden
on my mind these last three years
about what to do with a dramshop
down in our cellar. Previous to that
time we had beon accustomed to ser
ving wines and liquors, soppobing
dial people in general were not
physically stroug enough to fully en
joy themselves at dinner without
something in the way of a poison
stimulant. And so our wine cellar
wai always ahundautly stocked wit'i
the so-called best brands of wiues and
liquors. Now, the trouble is that I
took to studying hygiene, and that
subject kept gettiug mixed with mauy
other subjects. The more I studied
physical culture the more it seemed
primarily connected with every kiud
of success on earth. It even got mix
ed with religion.
"What are the chief causes of evil
tendencies? Now, the very first role
of physical culture is this: Don't
poisou yourself. To poison oneself
is to poisou every source of worthy
thought aud action. I began to think
it a pity that our young men and
women should be treated to the temp
tations of a drauuhop every time
they accept an invitation to a social
funotlon, and so it happened that
three years'ago we concluded to shut
up'that dramshop in our cellar. "
The men and women of the com
mittee brought the bottles and jugs
from the dim and cobweb-sovered re-
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales m-. r7 . . .
bottles. Ipes this icof meritea? 65 X d "MiSca
oesses of the wine cellar into the pret
ty courtyard, and there they were
dashed against s large boulder at the
entrance of picturesque bower in
whioh was a profusion of palms and
other tropical growths.
Soon after the beginning of ths
bombardment the cobble-stoned, gutter
ran red witb wine, the stream at
times being several inches deep, while
the surrounding atmosphere was redo
lent with the perfume of the rare old
liquors. The stream flowed down the
slope to Sixteenth street and there ran
the entire length of the castle inolos
nre, entering the sewer at the corner
of Sixteenth street and Florida
After the destruction of wine and
liquors, which included several jugs
of imported IriBh and Scotch whisk
leg, the Recbabites returned to the
castle, where they were entertained
by Mrs. Henderson.
Kodaks Courier Building.
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