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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PAS9, OREGON, JULY 3. 1908.
THE REGULAR MEETING
OF THE W. R. C.
Gen. Logan Woman's Relief Corp
No. 25 met In their hull on Frt nt
street Saturday afternoon, June 2i
President Mrs. Goodnow in tlie chair.
At the close of the buniuw honr of
each meeting it has become an eMab
lirhed custom to have a short literary
program and serve refreshments and
both program and refreshments were
exceptionally fine Saturday afur
doi n. in reviewing the work done
by the corps In the past six months,
both officers and members may be
justly proud of what has been accom-
There hag always been a large at
tendance, ea;h feeling It both a duty
and pleasure to be preseut if possible.
There are nearly 70 members in ood
standing, loyal faithful progressive
women, ever ready and willing to aid
and promote the beloved cause for
which they are banded together in
agisting the men who wore the bine
from '61 to '65.
It Is with pleasure we record the in
creased pension of U for John Pat
rick, a wunrade of this Post, and a f 12
peansion for Mrs. Itoxaoa Ureen, the
first periston granted in Grants Pass
under the new law, relative to the
"Widows Pension." Mrs. Grow is
one of the charter members of this
corps and has ever been one of its
most earnest workers. It is to be
regretted that the Poet and Corps of
Grants Pass thould not have been
more largely represented at the re
union held at, Newport Iant week.
However, as ijuality and not quantity
was considered, the very best dele
gates as re reseutativei went Mr.
and Mrs. A. Morris, Mr. Morris re
ports the encampment a complete suc
cess in every respect.
Officers for the department of Ore
gon, G. A. Ii. are Department Cotn
inauder, J. T. Apperson, Oregon City ;
S. C. Coiutnunder, M. Wartsworth,
Toledo; J. V. Commander, J. G.
Catr, Portland; Grand Chaplain, Kev.
Harry A. Boardtto, Poitland ; Medical
Director J. E. Hall, Portland.
Department officers Woman's Re
lief Corps are: President Mrs. Jennie
Hitigins, Eugene; Senior rice, Mrs.
Ella Stewurt, Toledo; Junior vice,
Mrs. Addle Morgan ; Treasurer,
Mrs. Minnie Hall, Eugeue; Chaplain,
Mrs. Mary Knyse, St. Jobo j Dele
gate at large, Mrs. Mick ley, Port
land, Corvallls has been chosen for
the next place of meeting for the G.
A. R. encampment. The Corvallis
citizens were so plessed over the con
vention's choice that a reception was
given the retiring delegates from
Press Cor. W, R. C.
RICH GOLD FIND IN OREGON NATIONAL FORESTS
JOSEPHINE COUNTY1 HAVE BEEN RESTRICTED
Telluride gold ore of rich value has
been discovered in the southwest part
of Josephine county. Ore., and a com
Dany composed of Seattle and Oregon
mining men has been formed to de
velop the property. Smelter teste
show values of 400 to 12000 per too,
and some of the ore assays op into the
thousands of dollars per ton.
Ibis property is located in the
rich ore zone from which many mil
lions of dollars have already beeu j
taken. Samples of valuable ore are on
Warhington, June 30. The second
step in the comprw henive plan of
redisricting the National Forests in
the Western states has jost been made
by the president in signing executive
orders which will change the names
and boundaries of the Forests in Ore
gon. The only other state in which
these olaus have been completed is
Idaho, bat it is expected that the
work of redisricting in all the
National Forest states will be fin
ished and the changes announced in
exhibition at the office of the Tellu-1 the next few days,
ride Gold Mining Company. The gen-j The Clat()r Nati()mii forest will
eral manager of this comany has just j contaio M06, 802 acre and will con
oome to the city, bringing his report ; ,ilt of tne ,outhern portion of the old
of work in progress and with options -Cascade S)," the "Ashland" and
on other valuable properties intbisift po, of tne "Klamath" and
neighborhood which he wishes the ..SiHkijoa.. ForesiB. It is located in
company to take np. Jackson, Klamath, and Curry
It is preditced by expert mining CountiOT( Oregon, and Shasta oounty,
men that this mining district will de-1 CailfoInili. Aclin Supei visor C. A.
velop into another Cripple Creek or Bw.k wU, adnjlDigter (thig Kortst Wlth
Oohlfield, as the ore is of the same heartqaatter at Medford, Oregon.
character found in those
Kennedy ' Laxative Congh Syrup
ftols promptly vet irimtlv on the
bowels, through which the cold is
forced out of the system, and at the
same time It allays inflammation.
Sold by Model Drug Store. 4-3 13t
Watch for it next WeelO!
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The Sifgiyou will fiOw Consist of
the griaer part of theoll."8itkiyou,"
all of the "Counille" and pttrt of the
"Klamath;" and will Ooutain 1,305,
667 acres. It is located iu Jackson,
Josephine, Curry and Coos counties.
This Forest will be administereJ by
Supervisor M. J. Anderson, with
headquarters at Grants Pass, Oregon.
Cougcr Killed Near Placer.
A letter from Nellie M. Pease of
Placer to her father and mother, Dr,
H. G. Pease and Mrs. Pease, received
Tuesday moraiug ttates, that a Mr.
Sherman, who had caniied oat near
Merlin Sunday night, killed a cougar
at an early hour Monday morning
The animal had climbed into a tree
near where Mr. Sherman lay and as
he bopped to the gronud, Mr. Slier
man baggod him the firtt shot. Be1
fore sending the cougar to Taooma
for mounting, Geo. Pease, at Meilin
took seme photographs of the beast
which are now being developed at Mr.
Lewis' studio here. As the Cougar
had started for Mr. Sherman, he had
to. make good or tit would have been
"all op" with him. The ballet took
effect in his Leek.
Bear in Jackson County.
J. T. Harringan, a hardware dealer
of Coos Bay, who has been visiting
with Mr. Urleve of Medford, over in
Jaokson county, lBt Monday killed a
large 8 year old bear. Mr. Harringan
had gone with Mr. Grieve near the
hamlet of Prospect to cruise some
timber when he suddenly came upow
broin. After taking a few ehtH the
bear refused to down, and Mr. Harrin
gan started to make his escape from
the approaching animal which he had
wounded, bat wben at close range he
turned and delivered the fatal shot.
This is the fourth bear killed in that
vicinity this spring.
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Taken from the World Famous lMuy of that Name
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I W. C. T. U. NOTES I
"Are the saloons going to be closed"
was the iuetion axked a ''few days
ago and we answered "Yes, iudeid.
They have been legally voted out and
we have loyal men enough to see that
the saloon 110 longer carries on its
The majority rule holds good, in
the minds of ithe liquior men only so
long as the majority stands for their
interests, when it favors law ard
order, it is 'unconstitutional. They
believe in preserving the constitution
and all it stands fori?) because they
are for liberty, home and native land
providing they are k-ft rmdioturbed
in dealing out the ivin to wrick
bonus and t-crrupt the very best of
our American niiw,hood. Pid you
ee the boy taken home last night,
raving and cursing, filled with the
liiiuor that must lie sold to improve
We thought of his mother
hearts ached as we thouBlit
Kys of enr cltv are beiuo
t the men aud the women
won as never before to sun reus this
curse. Give our bojsa chance to be
come the ui,.u they mav be under
It Is a Wonder.
Ohsnitrlin' Liniment is one of the most
; wmaraaWe preparations vet produced for
i.e relief i.f rheunuitio pains ami for lame
.a.-k.spra,,,,,,,,! bri,i,. The ,,uiek relief
from p.-,,,, whid. it a.Wls i Coe of rheu-
!""e "' r:l' n"",y times its cot.
1 riev, ,-em. ; 1..- ... 50 cents. For
. eale lv M. t lemei...
Where are you going
your hunting trip
ANOTHER Where do you
buy your rifles, guns, am
munition and fishing tackle
You will always find the latest and
best at Joe Wharton's sporting goods
store, on 6th street.
' ""I BOS
WILL BE MADE Tlrft lSON BY THE
(MS'ES IN OREGON)
From Grants Pass, Ore.
Kansas City 68.95
TICKETS WILL BB ON SALE
May 4, 18
June 5, 6, 19, 20
July 6, 7, 22, 23
Aupust 6, 7, 21, 22
Good for return In BO (lays with stopover
privileges at pleasure within limits.
Remember the Dates.
For any further Information call on
R. K. MONTGOMERY. Local Agent
or write to
General Passenger Agent,
Bad Attack of Dysentery Cared.
"An honored citizen of this town was suf.
fering from a severe a'.tack of dysentery. He
told a friend if he could obtain a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, he felt confident of beinj; cured, he
having used this remedy in the West, He
was told that I kept it in stock and lost no
time in obtaining it, and was promntW
cured," aaya M. J. Leach, druggist, of WU
oott, XL For sale by M. Clemens.
KOI ICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lund. Act Junn 8,
Rcseburg Oregon, Mav 8, EM)8,.
Notice is hereby given tbat in com
pliance with the t roviaions of the act'
of congress of June 8, 1K78, entitled
An act fr the sale of timber Iitod in
tbe States of California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Wasliiutgon Territory, " as
exteuded to all the Pnblic Laud btates
by act of AnguH 4, 1892,
WILLIAM H. FISCHER,
of Coudersport, county of Potter,.
State of Pennsylvania, filed iu this
office, September 8, 1907, I) is sworn
statement No. 10052, for the porchate
of the Lot 1 and the NE' of the
NW of Sctiou No. 80 in Township'
No. U3 South, Range No. 4 Wrst, and
will offer proof to show that tbe land
sooght is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural par
post's, and to establish bis claim to
said laud before Josepn Moss, U 9.
CommiFsinner, at Grants Pass, Ore
gon, on Friday, tbe 18th day of Sep
He nanietf as witnees: Fur man J.
Roger, of Qrants Pass. Josephine
Co., Ore., Frank W. Capp, of Grants
Pass, Josephine Co , Ore., Joseph A,
Verdin, of Uraiiats Pass, Jotephlm)
Co., Ore., Martin A. Conger, of
Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Ore.
Anv and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 18th day of
BENJAMIN L. EDDY.
;S. V. MOODY
Cor. H & 3d sts. PhoVte 434
1 Load Blocks . .$3.00
! Stove W-ootl
I TierManranita $2.50
1 Tier Oak $2.75
1 Tier Fir. .. $2.50
1 Tier Pine $2.25
1 Tier Oak $2 50
1 Tier Fir $2.25
1 Tier Pine $2.00
1 Load Sawdust $t.Oo
1 Load Kindling $1.00
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
limber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Kneebury, Ore., April 22, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the proviHions of the act
of OtmrKens of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the States of California. Oregon,
Nevada aud Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Land.
States by art of Angni-t 4. 1891
PHILIP H. HARTH,
of Grants Pass, coonty of Josephhine
State of Oirgon, has this day filed
in this office his Bworn statement No.
9781, fur the purchase of the Wi
NW.l,' rf Section No. 4, in Township
No. 83 South. Range No. 6 W.W. M.
and will otTtr proof to show that the
land rod mIiI in more valuable for its
timber or BtoiiH than for aKricoltaral
purposes, and to ehtablih his claim
ro mid land before Jof-eph Mots.
U S. Oomtuidsioner, at his office .
at Grants Paw, Ore., on Tuesday,
the 8tb day of, September, 1908.
He imniea as wituessos: Albert D.
Fornenf-. of Leland, Oregon, George
H. Aiken, of Grams Pass, Ore.,
Roy S. Wilson, of Urants Pass, Ore.,
and John Alverson, of Leland, Ore
gon. Any and all persons claiming ad
versely 'he abuvs-dt'Ncrihed lands are
reqoetitod to fil their claims in this
office on or bt-fore said 8th day of
BENJAMIN L. EDDY.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Josephine County.
Edith Baumann )
v". J-Snit for Divorce
August Baumann, I
Dt fen cant. J
To August Bauuiaun, the defendant
above named :
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby summoned to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
von in the above entitled Court aud
Cause on or before sis weeks from tbe
date of the tirst publication of tbrt
summons., which first date of rubli
cation is Friday, June IS, 1908 aud
the last day of publication of said
summons, and the last dav for vonf
appearance as foresaid is Friday, July
24. 11MIH. and vnn utm liush nntifiH.
that if yon fail to appear and answer
the complaint within tbe time afore
said, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief prayed for In her
complaint, to-wit: for a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between the plaintiff find
defendant, and for snch ctlier aud
further relief as to the court may
seem equitable. Thie- summons is
published by order of Hon. Stephen
Jewell, Jodxe of the County Court of
Josephine Conety. State of Oregon,
made June 11, 1908, ordering the
publication of this summons for
period of six successive weeks.
OLIVER S. BROWN,
Attorney for the plaintiff-
DeWitt's Little Earlv Riseis. the
famous little liver pilis. Sold r-T
Mod-1 Dtug Store. 4-8 1S(