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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 13. 1907.
C. FINDLHY, M. D.
Practice limited to
EYE EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
Glasses fitted and furnished.
Oftloe hours 9 to 12; 2 to S; and on ep
pelntmeut. Telephones 261 and 77.
Giants Pahs, Oaaeoa
ge LOUGIIRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URUEON
Res. Phone 714
fits or oourrtry culls attended night
or day i-Jsafa and li, Tuff's building.
Office- Phone 261.
Gbanih Pass . Ob boon.
J D. NORTON,
Practice in all State and Federal Courts.
O 111 ee ii Opura House liulldingj
Grants Pass, - Okeoon
A. C. HOUGH,
Fractions in all Htsteand Federal Courts
Office over llair Kiddlo Hardware Co.
Cbants Pahs, - Orboom
QUVER & BROWN,
Offloe,;opsUlrs, City HalLtTZZ
QaANTs Pahs, J- Oaaaoti.
0. S. BLANOIARD,
Practice in all State and Federal
courts. Banking and Trust
Q rants Pahs, OiaooN.
Oivll and orlmlnal matters attended to
r in all tli oourts.
Office, 6th street, opposite Postoffloe.
WILUAM p WRIGHT,
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
6th St., north of Josephine Hotel.
Giants Pass, - Oisoon.
Wood Working Shop.
vVest of flour mill, near R. R. track
Turning. Unroll Work. HtairWork, Hand
Bawlni.CaUtiet Work, Wood Pallsys, Hw
rung and gumming, KspaJrinc ail sinus
Tli Popular Bsrbar Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Hath Room In connection
N. E. McGKEW,
furniture auu nauo
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
E. A. WADE
Dry (Joods, Underwear,
west of Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS. OREGON,
FIRE, Lire: AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
REAL ESTATEl AGENT
Htlll doing business at the old staid.
Cor. Sixth and D streets.
Giants Pass, Oaaeoa.
F. G. ROPER
ITtus li I o n a l 1 o
Oouriex 111k , op stairs
SUITS MADF. TO ORDF)
Promptly 'he hnt material
and . mi islMt style.
0LEAMINO AND REPAIRING
j Commercial Club
4 Will furnish information of
J Josephine county free of
charge. Corres;xnJence so
i L. B. Hall President W
4 H. L,. Andrews Secretary
CANADA WILL j
JAPANESE OFFICIALS EXPECT A
PEACEFI L OUTCOME OF RE
CENT ATTACK ON JAPS.
Oricotiuls Ann Tlii-nuu-Ives With All
Sorts of Weapons, Itut Are
Disarmed by Police.
Tokio, Sept. 11. Ottawa advioes
today state that the Canadian Gov
ernment will apologize for the Van
louver outbreak. An official of the
Foreign Olllce said (hat the outbreak,
Ilk that at Belllngham and other
places, was the result of the Korean
League's anti-Japanese agitation and
were created by false reports con
cerning the conditions In Korea and
the attitude and sentiment In Japan.
Washington, Sept. 11. Although
deploring the British Columbia riots,
It Is difficult for official Washington
to conceal a grin. It has been such
a short time since British public
opinion openly and severely criticized
the Inability of the United States
Government to restrain State mobs
against "unoffending Orientals." The
size of the grin Is not diminished by
the reflection that the principal ani
mosity displayed by Vancouver mobs
is directed against the Japanese. Al
most an audible chuckle arose when
It became known that Baron Ishll,
Director of Commerce and Trade of
the Japanese Foreign Office, especi
ally commissioned to visit the Pacific
Coast to Investigate the causes of the
anti-Japanese feeling, happened to be
In the British colony at the time of
the riots and himself came near be
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 11. As a
result of the antl-Orlental outbreaks,
the Chinese and Japanese are arm
ing themselves with alarming rapid
ity. Hundreds of revolvers and guns
of all descriptions were bought until
the police prohibited the sale of
The Oriental quarters are stocked
with firearms, daggers, swords,
atones and missiles of all descrip
tions. A ci'luts is expected when the
steanwr Montugue arrives tomorrow,
bringing many coolies to this port.
A combined Chinese and Japanese
organization of Vancouver yesterday
afternoon mnde overtures to the Hin
dus to join them in an Industrial
strike all along the British Columbia
coast. The Hindus refused. Late
last nlnht the police made a s-lzure
of fifty Winchester rifles, together
with thousands of rounds of ammtini
tion, which hud been purchased In
New Westminster by Chinese,
Alumcdu County Lends nt Fair.
Sacrauionto, Sept. 11. Prizes for
the best county exhibits at tho State
Fair were awarded Inst night. Ala
meda County wus awarded first prize,
while Sacramento County was given
fourth prize. The awards were
made by a new board of Judges ap
pointed to succeed a boaid that re
signed because Sacramento County
entered tho contest. The names of
the three new Judges are Vvpl secret.
LITTLE POCKET PKYSICIAN
Hyomei Is Guaranteed by Derrt
arav to Cure Ca.ta.rrh.
Thousands who have been cured bv
llyoiuel call the inhaler that comes
with every outfit the " Little Pocket
Physician, " as it is so small that it
can lie carried iu the iwket or purna.
inere is really no eicuse whatever
for anyone having catarrh now tha'
Hyomei is so readilr obtainable. If
foil Have any doubt about .tf value,
eumrav will let you have a complete
ouini, witn tne understanding that tin
led it cures catarrh, It will not cost
I you a cent.
The complete Hv-o-niei outfit con
.sills of the "Little Pocket Phvsi-
clan" and a bottle of Hy o niel and
colts only 1.00. making' It the most
oonoinical as well as the only guar
anteed trettiueut for the cum of
catarrh. Keiiiemhvr that lly-o mel
cure catarrh without stomach dooms,
applying the medication and heallug
wiiere the disease germs are preseut.
health is Iht Csnal lont.
j The hlghwagfg paid make it a temp
tation to our Tonng artisans to Join
the force of skilled workmen needed to
count net the Psuama Canal. Many
are restrained however by the fear of
fevers and malaria. It is the know
ing ones those who have used Klee
trio Hitters, who got kere without
this fear, well knowing they are safe
from malarious influence with Kleo-
trio UitteM on hand Cares blood
poison too, biliousness, weakuess and
all stomach, liver and kidney
' troubles Guaranteed by all drug
Man; Mining Matters
An observing Grants Pass citizen
who is also welt versed la mining
matter! and who has had some very
practical experience in this line
calls the attention of the Courier
to tha fact that right her in sight of
the city is to be foond one of the
most promising mines in all this rich
belt. He refers to what bis been
commonly known as the "Healy"
mining claims on Baldy mountain.
They were formerly known as the
"Old Jewel t Ledge. As is generally
known Mr. Healy has for the past
seven years bien keeping his rich find
from the pubilo refusing to pnt in
the necessary machinery (or develop
ment albougb he was fully able. He
had nine claims which where known
to be very rich in ore and one of thene
he developed and by following a drift
25 feet at a depth of 300 feet he struck
a rich ledge 20 feet wide, which is
supposed to ran through all of the
claims. But he jwoald not go any
further nor wonld he permit others to
do so. But now that ke isdead his
mines are to soon be sold by order of
the Probate court and this will afford
a most excellent opportunity for the
developing of some mighty fine min
ing properties, right here in sight of
the city. Although the mines are
about four miles from the city, yet
a out throngh wonld bring them not
over two miles. This observing citi
zen takes oocasioi to remark that if
these mines con Id be bought and a
mill set in operation it wonld be a
rattling good advertisement to the
newcomers of the magnitude of the
mining industry in these parts. It
is said that free gold is to be seen in
large qnantities all over the claims
and that there is any amount or ore
on the dump, only waitina to be
taken to the mill. Colorado miners
have been recently looking over the
claims and they declare that it is a
very promising piece of property and
that it oompares very favorably with
the rlohest claims to he found in that
great mining country.
H. C. Myers, a leading Berkeley.
Cat., citizen is in Grants Pass for
the purpose of making some inquiry
into the mining sitoation hereabouts.
w. A. Biaok one of the "Forty-
niners" who has been encased in
mining heieabonta for many years
came in from Briggs Creek to Bttend
the big fair and enjoy tthe festivities.
Curley Hatcher an experienced
miner from Nova Vista New Mexico
has come to see about the reported
flue mines of the Rogue River and
he ihiuks there are great things in
store for this district.
Etta Mae Early, deeds to D L
Smith her olaims, "Homestake" and
"Ready Cash," located iu Oalice
district, the consideration being that
he is to receive one-fourth of the net
proceeds which may be derived from
E N McPherson for the sum of 30
makes quit claim deed in favor of
Oeo Maurer, to the "Terror Quartz
Claim," formerly known as the
"Lewis," sitna:ed in the Cinyou
Creek mining district.
Edward Friday et m agrees to sell
to Juo F Saunders for fl, the follow
ing mining claims in the Oalioe dis
trict: "Star", "Kichmoud" "Blue
Karth" known as the "Richmond
Group of Mines" when said Saunders
pays them on or before March 8, liM)S,
the sam of f."000.
Jas Neely, of Merlin has filed a
miner s lion claim for 7.M, alleged
to be due him for helping to develoo
the "Yellow Jacket Mine", and for
provisions furnished at the request of
A D Leltoy aud Kmbedy & Bradley
J. A. Hellenthal, of Juneau, Alaska
and W. E. Crews, of Seattle, two
experienced mining men are here to
investigate aud report to wealthy
capitalists op that way regarding the
mines of the Rogue River Valley and
they tell the Courier that they are
more than pleafed with all that thev
have found and this is taken to mean
that they will make a very favorable
report to the outsiders who have
money to put in here.
J. H. Egger and J. R. Quest were
in.Grants Pass Tuesday, on their
wayto tha Waldo smelter, where
they have a ; contract for cutting
330 cords of wood for that plant.
They have uutil May st, ;next in
which to couutlete their; big job.
They get $1.50 per cord.
Mining men are very much in evi
dencVat the big fair aud they are
taking a lively interest iu the exhibits
Darld M rfulur A Co.
That's why this COMBINATION SUIT at $5.00 is the biggest bargain in Boys'
suits ever offered.
Will wear longer look better and give more lasting service than any other
three $5.00 suit's you can buy.
A choice assortment of fabrics and patterns in all sizes for your selection.
Other styles in Boys' and Children's Wearbetter clothing from $4.00 to $10.00.
Geo. S. Calhoun Co.
which are being made at the Com
mercial Club rooms.
Two prominent Goldfleld Nevada
mining men are here to investigate
the properties hereabouts. They are
Capt. W. R. McMaoies and J. R.
Higginson and they have just been
oat examining the Hendricks claims
on the headwaters of the Grave and
Cooyte creeks. They state that they
were greatly pleased with their
The Tosch That tlesl
Is the toncb of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Its the happiest combination
of Arnica flowers nd healiog balsams
ever compounded. No matter how
old the sore or nicer is, this salve
will cure it. For burns, scalds, cuts,
wounds or piles, 't has no eqnaL
Guaranteed by all druggists, 25c.
WINE MAKERS IN ALARM.
Ruling by Internal Ilovcnuc Depart
nient Said to lie Disastrous.
Los Angeles, Sept. 11. Wine
makers and grape growers of South
ern California are greatly excited
over the information received Satur
day that Commissioner Yerkies of the
Internal Revenue Department, had
renewed his former ruling which pre
viously had been rescinded to the
effect that no distilling could be done
on premises where fermenting was
carried on for wine making .
Most of the wine makers of this
Bectlon make sweet wines, requiring
brandy for fortification. To provide
the necessary brandy they have their
own stills. Under this ruling it would
be necessary to segregate the stills
and the fermenting plants, which the
wine makers say none but the weal
thiest corporations could accomplish.
They say also that It would be physi
cally Impo.-slble now, as the wine
making season has Just begun.
Two-Cent Fare Lnw Declared Invalid.
Philadelphia. Sept. 11. Judges
Wilson and Audenreid, Common
Pleas Court, yesterday declared un
constitutional the 2-cent railroad
fare law passed by the last Legisla
ture. The case upon which the de
cision rla(p will be at op
taken to the State Supreme Court.
There are all
Good tea bad tea
The choice of flsvor
is a nutter of tu:e.
J. A. Folder a Co.
The Most Serviceable and Neatest School Suits
A dressy double breasted jacket and two pairs of knee pants.
Guaranteed to withstand the hardest wear without ripping or
tearing. We can give this guarantee because
seat is double from seam to seam.
knees are double from seam to seam.
seams are taped and sewed twice.
buttons are riveted; can't be pulled off.
has extension waist band.
pockets are exceptionally strong.
coat front is flexible; won't break or wrinkle.
all edges are double stitched.
fabric is camphorated (new process) j moth and germ proof.
fabric is sponged by special process; won't shrink or stretch.
The horse can draw the
load without help, if yon
reduce friction to almost
nothing by applying
to the wheels.
No other lubri
cant ever made
wears so long;
and saves so much
horsepower. Next time
try Mica Axle Griase.
Standard Oil Co.
General Robert C. Lee.
was the' greatest General the 'world
hag ever kuowo. Ballard's Snow
Liniment is the greatest Liniuieut.
Quickly cores all pains. It is within
the reach of all T. H. Pointer.
Hempstead, Tex . writes: "This is to
certify that Ballard's Snow Linimsnt
it has been nsed in my household for
years and hng been found to he an
excellent Liniment for Rhenmaito
pains. Iamnever without it. " For
salebyj National Drug Co., and by
DON'T PUT IT OFF LONGER
Gel Rid of That Irxdllestlon
Once by Using Mi-o-na.
Many people in Grants Pass are
slowly poisoning themselves by
chronic indigestion. Their neglect
to cure sluggishness of the important
crga..s of indiiiestiou hi Is the system
with fermenting and decaying food
that results in sick headache, hi art
burn, bad tufte in the mouth and
many other smyploms.
Mi o-na stomach tablets are for the
special relief of such sufferers. They
quickly cure the worst css of iu
digestiou aud when UBed a fw days
the pain and distress often felt after
meals will disappear.
Mi-o-na stomach tablets cost but f 0
cents a box and do more good than a I
do7.n boxes of the ordinary digestive
tablets. Demaray giv an absolute,
unqualified guarantee to refund tl
money if Mi-o-ua fails to core.
Kinds of Tea
tea and pure tea.
They may all look alike but
there is a vast difference.
Folger's Golden Gate Teas
are pure flavory health
ful. Six flavors
Black OX Crten
flavor-tight in dust-
proof cartons to protect the
delicate leaf from exposure.
S. V. Moody's
Dry Oak, Fir and l ine
always on hand
for immediat delivery
Office and yard, West H st.
Grants Pass, Ore.
Complete and thorough training.
Commercial. Shorthand and Eng
Individual instruction at about
one-half the usual expeuce.
Not Our Special Offer.
Students who enter at the begioolni
of the school year, Set t. 9, l'J07, and
secure a 9 months' scholarship forl
will be eutltled fo inltructlou in any
and all the department to Joly 1, '08.
This is yonroppoitonity to coroplets
the combiued course. Ai-k for in
formation. R. H. GILFILLAN
do your cement work in good
Give him a chance
Cor. 3 and 5th.
For Thorough Education
and Character Building
is the ideal school for
A thorough education in all
standard branches assured, in
cluding literature, languages,
mathematics, science, history,
music, needlework, etc., also
careful attention to matters of de
portment and those accomplish
ments which mark the cultured,
refined woman. All courses are
thoroughly modern in subject
Devoted attention u paid to domes
tic comfort of students. No distinction
or interference in matters of religion.
Gve your daughters the privileces of
schooling in this healthy, cultured town
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