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DAILY HOG I E RIVER COURIER
WKDXESDAT, MARCH 15, lioY
Appropriate Selections In
Music and Photo House
STAXToX ROWELL, Prop?5
AMI SEMEXTS TONIGHT
"Her Shattered IdoLM
Ladies, Have Yea Clipped
If not, you had better do so at
once, as they are worth Just 73 cents
each to you, as a coupon will enable
you to purchase a $1.80 Wear-Ever
Berlin kettle, with aluminum cover,
for only $1.07.
Ton will find the coupons In the
Wear-Ever ads In the papers and
dates' as follows: Dally Courier March
, 14th and 17th, Evening Telegram ot
March 15th and 20th. Journal of
March 16th and 20U.
Clip the coupon at once, sign your
name to It and bring It to our store
and we will give you one of these
beautiful $1.80 kettles tor only $1.07
ROGUE RIVER HARDWARE CO.
Mr. snd Mrs. Eton X. Lee arrived
this morning from Webster, lows,
to visit Rev. and Mrs. Robert Leslie.
Mr. Lee and Mr. Leslie were class-
mstes In the Chicago university in
their younger days. .
J. V. Murphy, of the passenger de
partment of the Canadian Pacific
railway, Is spending the day in the
Oregon mlnlr.e laws. 40c.
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Francis X. Bushman, in
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11 i :.
A 1 'Cj
Mrs. G. V. Sharp left last night
tor Roblnett, Oregon.
' Leghorn thicks at Crsmer Bros. 96
Geo. 8. Calhoun went to Roaeburg
this morning on business.
L. L. Hard and ton, ot Qlendale,
spent Tuesday In the city.
It you want eggs In winter, get
j Leghorn chicks now at Cramer Bros,
j W.L. Ireland made a business trip
to Rogue River this morning,
j Pongee and Wash Waists, all new
istock. Mrs. Rehkopt. 693tf
Mrs. F. W. Streets went to Med
tord this morning tor ahqSUdalt.
Rev. W. P. Gloeckuer returned this
morning from a trip In the upper
Garden tools at Cramer Bros. 96
Thos. D. Collett came In trom
Waldo yesterday to spend a tew days
in town on business.
Mrs. Nancy Andrew, came from
Gold Hill this morning and will visit
her son, Melvln Andrew.
Spades and rakes at Cramer Bros.
Mrs. Bessie Freshour, ot Gottvllle,
Cal., is In the city having her eyes
Mrs. B. C. Anderson, ot Gold Hill,
Is In the city consulting an eye spe
The Wear-Ever Berlin kettles are
KolnK. Bring in your coupon ana
get yours. Rogue River Hardware. 97
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holcomb and to 4:30 Thursdsy afternoon. Re
son arrived this morning trom Ore-. freshments and progrsm Admission
gon City and will make Grants Passmen cents. 5
their future home.
S. t H. Green Stamps given on all
purchases. Mrs. Rehkopf. 69Jtf
Mrs. T. J. Thorson and six children
arrived this morning from Portland
to reside In Grsnts Pass. Mr. Thor
son arrived here three weeks ago.
W. S. Woods, of the Palace hotel,
left this morning for Marshfleld, to
remain several weeks In the hope ot
an Improvement in his health.
Mrs. C. H. Smith, who spent sev
eral weeks In the city with her moth
er, Mrs. Dlmmlck, left this afternoon
for her home at Chlco, Cal.
Ton csn't afford to pass up this
$1.80 Wear-Ever Berlin kettle tne
Rogue River Hardware is putting
out this week on a special at $1.07.
Bring your coupon and get one. 697
Mrs. C. D. Smith, her daughter,
and her mother, Mrs. Hamil. arrived
from Junction City to make Grants
Pass their home. Mr. Smith has been
la tho city for the put ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. B. Taylor came
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lurui iu iubi jchiuu.
At the Spa. Tickets 25c.
nr. ana sirs. 1. n. . layior .mc - . ,,,
" ... , . 'dered a number on the violin.
from Rogue River this morning and,0" u
BIG DOUBLE BILL
Sullivan & Considine
Miss Elmlna & Co.
World's Most Perfectly Formed
"TnE PVUMTI UE Tl'SSLERS"
Howatson ft Swaybelle
"A Case of Pickles"
Singing, Dancing and Comedy
Jules Levey & Co.
Merry MuBlcal Comedy offorlng
VAIDEVILL13 BEGINS PROMPTLY
AT 7:30. TWO COMPLETE SHOWS
Early-Scats Are Limited
Tonight to the uulou revival at the
Christian church. E. E. Blanchard
will ting a solo.
Meeting of Woman's Association
A special called meeting ot the
Woman's association ot the Presby
terian church will take place five
minutes before the social hour Thurs
day afternoon In the church parlors.
It will be just five minutes long, by
order ot the president.
For Taxi Phone 10. 10c In City
Bramwell A Gunning. 6?8tt
St. Fatrkk's Dance
Waldorf. Friday, 17th. Good floor,
good music. Good time assured.
Tickets 75c 9
K. T. State Ofllclal Will VIMt
Louis G. Clarke, right . eminent
commander Knights Templar of the
state ot Oregon, will psy an official
visit to Mellta Comroandery No. 8,
Grants Pass, on Thursday night. He
will be entertained at dinner to-
I morrow nluht by members of the
g Patrick's Social-
t M. E. church south, from 2:S0
Engtewood Dairy, Phono 222
The pure milk dairy. 691tf.
Enters Suit for Divorce
O. P. Johnston hss brought suit
against his wife, Edith, for dissolu
tion of the matrimonial bonds that
united them In Indiana on March 12.
1912. Desertion Is the grounds upon
which the complaint Is based.
Oark Holman, I'ndertukei
Licensed ewbalmers. I hone 50
An excellent spirit was manifested
In the meeting last night. Rev. W.
D. Vater spoke on the subject, "The
Apostolic Bible and the Word of God
nr "The Gosoel According to You.
At his reaiiest. there was a general
hreaklnsr ud of the formality of the
I meeting snd an old-fashioned hsnd
Mr. Mclntyre ren
Brine in your Wear-Ever coupon
onH et nn of the $1.80 Berlin
ikettles for only $1.07
until they are all gone.
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To Attend Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Rowell will
leave for OlympU Thursday, where
they go to attend the golden wedding
anniversary ot Judge and Mrs. R. P.
Sturdevant, parents ot Mrs. Rowell.
They will be absent about a week.
Clarence .Arthur Wlnetrout and
Miss Alice Edytho Hansen were mar
rled at the homo ot the bride's par
ents, at 707 B street, Tuesday even
ing. Judge Gillette, ot the county
court, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Wlne
trout will continue their residence In
this city, where they have many
friends to wish them every joy and
Attend the Masquerade Rail
R. R. V. Grange ball March 17.
Mnslo by Lawrence orchestra. Ttckets
$1, Including lunch. 6t
Basketball Champlonnlilp .Near
The series of basketball games is
now drawing to a close, with none ot
the teams yet having a grasp upon
the coveted pennant. The Methodists
and the Baptists are tied for first
place, the Methodists having been
brought off the pedestal by their de
feat at the hands of the Presby
terians, while the Baptists advanced
their stsndlng by winning trom the
Christians. The score In the game
by the two teams first mentioned was
29-21, while the latter pair played a
49-39 game. The next game will be
played next Tuesday, when a double
header will again be on the program,
the Methodists and Baptists contest-
Don't waltilng for first place while the cellar
position will be fought against by the
Presbyterians and Christians.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES. 25 words,
two Issues, 25c; bIx Issues, 50c;
one month, $1.S0, when paid In
advance. When not paid In ad
vance. 5c per line per Issue.
'ALFALFA hay for sale, $18 per ton
at ranch. Phone C09-F-1Z. Lougn
rldge ranch. , 097
, PLENTY of Dutch money to loan on
good real estate. Isaac Best. 697
TAXES paid for non residents. A. E.
Voorhics, publisher Courier, 697
LOST Child's brown
Finder please leave
olilce. No. 497.
IjOST Monday, on Sixth street, be
tween O and H, a small gold
buckle pin belonging to shirt waist
set. Finder please leave at Courier
offlco, No. 496. 695
80ME SNAI'STwo acres la Lin
coln Park addition, good house,
modern. lare tcarsge and shop,
Irrigation, line orchard mixed
fruits (bearing), poultry house,
etc. Adjoins the best residence
section of city, Price (2,600;
! terms to suit.
1C0 acres, tbrco miles from city,
some buildings, fine spring water,
can be piped to' the house, good
soil, can cut from 600 to 1,000
cords of wood. Price $1,600;
terms, John A. Dale, corner Sixth
' and 0 streets. 69
FOR SALE A complete sot of bi
cycle and general ropalrtng tools,
Including water wheel, grindstone,
emery wheel and saw glimmers.
Can be seen at 810 North Sixth
street. ' W. A. Paddock. , 096
FOUND On Sixth street, near
Olden Rule store, bundle, Includ
ing, among othor things, pair of
child's shoes. Owner may . have
' same by calling at 102 Foundry
street and pnying for this adver
SURE TO ATTEND
, the '
This Week at the
Services begin at 7 :o0
Architects , and Engineers' Supplies
Groat) Section Paper
IUu Print Paper
Pens, Hlgglns' Ink, Pencils, Water Colors, Brushes, Ruling Pens.
Triangular Scales, Thumb Tacks
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
Coffee flies away if
exposed to air; not the
bean, but the flavor
ing essence, which is
The fragrant essence of
Schilling's Best is held
captive in airtight tins.
'Evenly ground, the
bitterish chaff removed.
f COMING EVENTS
March 16, ThursdayIrish silver toa
by Women's association of IJothany
Mar. 17, Friday The josi-phlno
County Legislative club will meet
at the court house, 2:30 p. m.
March 18, Satnrdny Spanish supper
given by the St. Luke's guild at
Oulfd hall. 697
MAt MAMIU IARKY PAYTON HtR JIIMTWr 0
mm a 51 a 1 wght
5C"Sf? ;J -; W, GrlfllUi .resenu Mae
V, "J ii Man.li and ltolert Horron In
!. lW? ; i j U10 Mutual nwwterplctiire
, It Ivfel Shattered
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I 'V'' ( i'X''' ' '' "' enperb reels .' :',
On well Improved farms
v five years' time
To All Who May He Concerned:
After this Hth day ot March, 1910,
1 will positively not bo responsible
for-liny debts contracted by Mrs.
690 Z. M. JOXES.
Attractions at the
Tlicria Kara, Wm. E. Shay
and Jean Sothern, In "Hie Two
Pauline' Frederick, In "Zuwi."
(icrnldirirt Fnrrnr, In "Cni
Mui-I lVtro, In "The While
liaura IIoo Crews, In
All-star cast In "The Chorus
Itliiiicho RwHt, In "The
llluiiclio ltliiK, In "The
IIiim I Duwn, In "The Man
MurioicWte (link, In "Still
Who vU two of
'The Girl'and the Game
V I VmH nrln Helen Holmes ,