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ROQUB RIVBR COURIKB. GRANTS PASS, ORKGON, SEPTEMBER 20. 1907.
Monarch Malleable Range
IS THE HOUSEWIFE'S BEST FRIEND....IT HAS FEW.EQUALS
AND NO SUPERIORS....AMONG ITS MANY GOOD QUALITIES
ARE THAT IT IS MADE WITHOUT STOVE PASTE OR SOFT
putty and every joint is thoroughly rivited....Ha9 a draft that gives
you complete control of the heat all the time and a thermometer
shows you the amount of heat in the ovenThis stove is finished in
the natural color of steel, without any polish, making it look as nice
and bright after a year's use as when first installed.
Jack Frost Is Coming'
and you will need a good HEATING STOVE and we have just the
kind that will give you both COMFORT and entire SATISFACTION
Grants Pass Hardware Go.
Drug's and Medicines
MODEL DRUG STORE
FRONT STREET, Opposite Depot GRANTS PASS
Are You Interested In Fencing?
If so let us figure with you. We sell
Page Woven Wire Fence
IF YOU ARE IN NEED uF ANY
Goat, Poultry, or
Cemetery, or Wrou
ght Iron Fence or
Buy the PAGE and Start in Right
We buy direct from factory and.our prices are right. 80 miles
of Page Fence sold in Jackson County since January 1V07.
CAe Pago Fence Men
Ot Jackson, Josephine and Klamath Countie4.
Main Office - Medford, Ore.
We can make the
HC'IO' Se,,s Drugs and
They're Worth Climbing For
Preferred Stock Jc'.liei, Jams and Preserves, in gb come to the
home Uble as wholesome, delicious ind sparklm a. those done
by mother herself-and without the labor and overheat
3 1.: :.u -rrviTiff of r oven that don t tit and
i,r. ,h,Vnn,t sell: without the loss of cans and fruit
SJ through breakage and spoiling. It is economy to use
Preferred Stock tanned uooas
They really are just as fine in quality as any preserve
jellies or jams can be. There limply cannot be : anyth
better, for only the best of materuls are ud and they
'. i.m"nrrrrvinir kitchens bv einert coi
- put upin gTrai, lliuu"" J-.--- r, .
J ...... ooott 1TT). ORFGOIT. TJ. 8. A.
ALLE! Lewis. waoifMie ur-j
Courier and Orepian $2
of oourt he will become ft full fledged
subject of Uncle Sam's.
County Clerk Cheshire had Tery
high compliment pawed upon hii man
ner of keeping the comity reoords.
the other day, when come railroad
men, who are going all orer the state
Informed him that the reoords of hii
office were kept in a neater and better
manner than Hiey were in any county
in the state, outside of Multnomah
connty. Judge H. K. Hanna, has also
found the oonrt reoords kept up in tip
top shape and has exprsied his pleas
ore with the same.
Governor Geo. E. Chamberlain of
Oregon has issued the papers which
mskes C. L. Barlow, the merchant of
the Galioe mining district a notary
Angora Goats Routed.
F. A. Pierce, the well known Mai-.
lio Angora aud milk rout raiser baa
brought an action in the circuit ooort,
seesing to t'Dtain damages in the sum
of $483.65, for damages which he
alleges were done his flock of Bun,
thorongubred Angora goats and South
African milk goats by the Southern
Haciflo Co, when one or iti
rau into the drove January 80. 1907.
In his complaint, bv hii nttornv n
S. Blaochnrd, he telli how the fine
animals were grazing and muagd
to get inside tlie railroad s feuce, be
caoga it was poorly built and then
they climbed over the cattle guards,
which were also in poor condition
and then they were encountered by the
engine and iouih were killed and
others were badly injured. Heoce
the init for damages which will now
be tried out iu the courts.
LITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN
Hyomel Is Guaranteed by Dem
ray to Cure Ce.ta.rrh.
Thousands v. ho have been cured by
Hyoiuei rail the inhaler that comes
with every outfit the "Little Pocket
Physician," ai it is so small that it
can be carried iu the pocket or purne.
There is really no eicufe whatever
for anyone having catarrh now tha'
Hyouiei is so .readily obtainable. If
you have any doubt about Its value,
Deiuaray will let you have a complete
outfit with the understanding that un
less it cures catarrh, it will not cost
you a cent.
The complete Hy-o-mei outfit con
silts of the "Little Pocket Phyii-
elan" and a bottle of Hv o-mei and
costs only fl.CO, making It the uiot
economical as well as the only sruar
ante treitmett for the cure of
caUrrb. Remember that Hy-o iuei
cnre. catarrh without stomach doiiuir.
applying the medication and bealing
where the disease germs are present.
Dance records for diio talking ma
chines at the Mu-ic store.
Health Is the Canal Zone.
The hlghwiges paid make it a temp
tation' to onr ynnngartisatu to Join
the forcf of killed workmen iwededJtTj
constrict the Psuaiua Canal-Many
are restrained however by the fear of
fevers and malaria. It is the know
ing mes those who have used Klec
trio hitters, who got kere without
this fear, well knowing they are safe
from malarious influence with Elec
tric Bitters on band. Cures blood
f'dson too, biliousness, weakness and
all stomach. liver aud kidnt-r
troubles. Guaranteed by all drug
Many Mining Matters 1
Edwin J. Porteous, supetintendent
of the Rogue River Mining & De
velopinenl Co, an organ74itiou which
has some ot the 'big capitalists of Los
Angeles to back it op and which has
some eioellent placer mining property
on the Rogue River, -at 'Blossom Bar
Creek and Paradise Bar Creek and on
the Little Tommie East Creek, was
in Grants Pass Saturday, making ar
rangements for big Winter's rnn.
His company is preparing to put in
about 6,V miles of flume. Ibey al
ready have sawmill in operation
and the mud sills are op aud now
they will proceed to out the neces
sary timber. Owing o needless
litigaton, whloh happily is now all
ettled, this work has been some
what delayed and Mr. Porteous thinks
that there is a fine lesson's ran
ahead. The other day oas of the
miners tried his band, getting $4.86
from four pans of the sand, one being
worth 1.06, all being fine rde
of gold. . He reports that there is con
siderable mining activity in that camp
and many prospeotora are looking op
Manager A. O. Howland was an
Interested visitor at the fair and ir
rigation convention, last week and
be was in the city again this week,
making some arrangements for tho
extensive work which the Swsstika
Mining Co,. for carrying on some very
aggressive work on its excellent
properties out in tha Jomp-ofT-Joe
district. This is one oi the richest of
placer properties and things look good
for this winter's rnn.
A rather voluminous deed has been
plaoed on reoord, whereby the Sheriff
conveys to Grsnt Phegley, of Portlaud
the big holdings of the Gallc Con
solidated Mining Co., the considera
tion being $15,433.68. It was a fore
closure of a mortgage held by Mr.
Phegley and also of soma judgments
obtained by T. K. Anderson, H. A.
Williamson and A. Phillip against
the property and afterwards bought
in by him. The new owners propose
to prooeed to develop the rich proper
ties just as soon as they have per
fected their title to the same.
(Crowded out last week. ) .
Hot days and oold nights is the
latest we have to report in tha line
of weather this week.
J. L. Wooldridge of Eubll, made
Grants Pass a business visit Suudsy,
John Bohl, Logan Wooldridge, Dan
Berlin. Win. Meek and K. J. Kubli,
aii toon in a load of wheat to your
Things are rather quiet here at
present, as everyone that has got the
time is away picking hops.
A few of the young people from
here attended the danoe at Rose hall
Saturday night and report havln
had a very nice time.
Swinden and Jennings are baling
hay for W. B. York this week. We
understand that they are not going to
stay ont with the press as long
they did last season. There is not as
much hay la the oountry this year
and then there is also more fed to
dairy oows as that Industry is grow
ing rapidly iu these parts.
Victor Bailey and Willie Wool
dridge, who have been working in
the hay fields near Gazelle, Shasta
county, Cal.. returned home last week
and report having had a very nice
time and saw lota of new country.
Clyde Jeter, who has been in Scott
Valley, California, returned to his
old home this week and is soon going
to put some men to work on a mine in
the Missouri Flat mining district and
will alio do some work on a mine
Mr. McKeel, formerly of Williams
has purchased the Nickersou plaoe on
Missouri Flat and will soou move his
family over here, who are stil on the
creek. Mr. Mo Keel is also our teacher
here, school having started Septem
ber 6. The attendance is nut very large
yet owing to so many families being
at the hop yards.
I guess a few of the correspondents
wonder what has become of "Monty,"
but he, like lots of others, has been
quite busy of late aud it has been Im
possible for him to write, but will
try and send in a few items whenever
A batch of locations in the China
Gulch of Jump-off -Joe district have
been fiUd as follows: "Brown
Lode."hyJ. M. Sabin etal;"Co!d
Spring No 1," by F. W.' Gibbi et al;
Iowa No. 1," by F. W. Gibbi et al.
"Irou Cap No. 1," by J. L. Mathewi,
eial;"Iron Cap No. 3," by J. M.
Sabin et al; "Iowa No 3, by J. M.
Sabin, et al; and in the Deep Guluh
of the same district: "lone No. 1, "
by J. L. Mathews, et al; "lone No.
3," by J. M. Sabin, et al.
The Ideal Hydranlio Gold Mining
Co, haa given a mortgage in the
sum off 110,000 to Win. S. Rus-ell, of
Lancaster. Pa., and secured upon its
properties io the Grove Creek Mining
district. Something like 420 acres of
placer mining ground is included io
Jas. Boyd Nesbit, of the Galiee
district has deeded one-third of hii
ono-lialf interest In the "Gold Coin
Vuiirtz Lode Mining Claim, " of that
district to Clement H. Smith.
Two luortgaiiee, one for 11000 and
tho other for t-WO, seoured on the
Booth-Dysert mines in the Juuip-ofT-Joe
district have been assigned by Jas.
Kichey to H. C. Pratt.
R. R. Parktr, et al have filed notice
of making location of a placer claim
of 120 acres In the Sucker CreekMIs
trict. " " " "
Sherm. Swank has located "Royal
Lode," on the divide between "No. 8
Gulch," and the "Ron" iu ;the Alt
O. W. Knarp has located the
"Theressa No. 1," lode on the East
Crowded out last week. )
Several of our folks attended the
We are sorry to report that Mr. and
Mm. Geo. Walter's baby hai been
Orvall Wipple of Granti Taas is
working for H. S. Wynant at present.
Messrs. Geo. Walter and O. C
Wynant were at the Pass Monday.
Several of our folks are bu-ty cutting
hay at present aud all report good
There was a ichool meeting held
Tuesday evening for the purpose of
electing a school director aud hiring
Jeff Lindsay of Laurel Grove paused
through our burg Saturday.
An Ounce ol Prevention.
Is worth a tiound of cure. There are
many poor sufferers. Consumptives
who are hopeless of getting well
who, If tliey had taken care of them
selves, would now lie well. A cough
is the foundation of Consumption.
Ballard's Horehound Syrnp will cure
that cough. Mrs H , (ireat Falls,
Mont, writes: "I hare used Ballard's
Ilorehnund Syrup iu my family for
years my ohildren never suffer with
colds. For sale by National Drug
Co. aud by Demaray.
Show Is M Everything1-
But it is Something.
. . . Our Motto . . .
Qualify Is Ik Best Policy
Is sustained in our selection of fix
tures in caring for our large assort
High Grade Teas
and Fine Coffees
If you are open to conviction, come
in and let us "show you" that our
plan is bound to win your approval.
Parity, Strength and Flavor
Are carefully considered and
form results guaranteed.
412 Front Street.
GUARANTEE YOUR Uklti j
If you suffer from Stomtdni
Kidney or Liver Trouble, Rheu
matiim or other blood dis
order!, correct them now.
PERKINS1 NATIONAL HERBS
soe TABLETS POR Ii.m
FJ wd Dnm AS
Jm 30. 1906.
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MBS. J. GREEN
Grants Tass. Ore. Box 202
IS MY RULE IN .
None But the Ucst
and at Right Prices
SOLE AGENT FOR
WHITE SATIN FLOUR
Tho L'cst Hard Whoat
ou ho Market
Fkksh Fkuit and Vegetables
T. Y. DEAN
West G St. Opposito denot
Fork of Bolan
U. V. Knsjip flies location of
"TbfrMis No. 8," in the saws dis
trict. Z M. C. Wripht has lorstal a claim
in Rnmrafr Galch, Jomp-ofT-Joe dis
trict A claim has been located by Thos.
M. Carina on the Niiurod Oritur lode,
in the Galioe district.
Jhs. Dovenj has a claim on the;
Veltet Gr?en Coppor lod, In the:
Mikel Houseth lorats th "Hiibb," j
Uxle In Caiiyoa crk district. j
Gencrsl Robert E. Let.
was the urcatost General the world'
has ever known. Ballard's Know i
Liniment is the greatest Liniuieut. !
Quickly cores all j.ains. It Is within 1
the r-aoh of all T. H. Pointer,
H'-mpHtead, Tex , writes: "This isto
oertify that Kallard's Hnow Liniment
it has bsen nsed In my boost-bold for
years and has boen fooud tit be an :
excellent Liniment for Kheomaitc
pin. 1'nni never without it. " For
sale by NiViunal Drug" C and by
arc pure. Packed flavor
tight in dust-proof car
tons to protect their
purity and flavor.
J. A. Folder OX Co.
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Remember our three gate
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100 Thinl Street,
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