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GRANTS PASS 6ARMIYAL AND STREET
Arnold's Oregon, Pacific and
Vni-r .Vlces R.oJ-.ie'
. Cavtip fit. .55. Woodmert
of lib World. .
Tim .biggest eutcrUinmc vent lu
the bistury of Southern Oregon is now
in progress iu the grand street ifair
ami pnmivAl which onened in Grants
Puin nu Wednesday mornins. Aimire-U
ment galore presents itself to the
crowds of pleasure seekers lu be
wildering variety and the weak is
to be one grand festival of merriment
Though according to the pre gram
the carnival did not open until Wed
nesday, yet it has ieally been ca.rni-
yal time since thu beginning of ..'he !
n;vfcJr. On Momi.iy, Arnold's Oregon
PiiSc ami Oriental Carnival traiu,
vwitiir'fri iieiglit of attractions, rolled
! iulo -tntJii Pass and since that time
I the town 1J l'eu all life, bustlo and
BCtivitv, Willi COUSiaui si 1011. ui
-xcre. seekers gathering from all
powifc pt Southern Oregon. Every
day wg<nw a new influx of visitors
and alt HKfl"lje is one intense with
. life and wmwuM). The sidewalks
. on the busiww tts are ."ringed
, with rows of evergeja ya4 the na-
lional colors are wrerysrihere ion
spicuons. Emblems of (lie If, O, YY.
are likewise to bu Breu on every itami,
' Tim derarat inas in tlii store cr.i
j4oni.s ii.nl i-latx re .unl a; ; T..iriati
i . the epii it i I the carnival. .Nearly
nil of South, in Oieou is 1'iLr, it:iiit
ing in the big ivcnt mid with the
iocs! ni.sp linus beginning, the cnini
v.i! is unilrr w:iy.
Following Is tho program for each
. Wednesday, June 17.
TI'iiK ' llt depot on uiiivJl of
' t"uia from Mud ford.
lu'l'i M. Street parade to base
, . ... ..... i by hands and buao ball
fallowed . ru- Mjr parade i
Free tor u.1'-
For the 1, V, Cl'ttru
cter Tickets to
all the nine big .hows am.
ride on the
Ferris wheel and icrry-go-t.
Base ball contest at base ball g,
Modford vs Grants Pais.
1 P. M. at Carnival groi'Dds!
Fat man's race, open to all. Must
weigh 210 pounds or over. First prize,
side of bacon; 2nd prize, sack of flour,
Running race, 75 yards, for boys ui
der 20 years of ago. 1st prize, felt hat;
2nd prize, running cap.
100 yard race, free for all. 1st prize,
handsome gold medal.
Arrival of Queen Centonna 1st, elect,
escorted by bauds and all ber aides.
Queen views thrilling baloon aecensjon
Glass steam engine with
-Ine big shows and
Opening l he u
Til wheel and
starting of the &
Crowning of Queen ol Carnival IS h
big U'nt pavilion. ProMiUtton to tbe
city by J. O. Booth, county Judge of
Grants Pas. Acceptance of the key
by Queen Centenna 1st. Proclamation
, by prime minister.
. :30P. M. Uig Initiation at W. O.W.
iiall, Med ford's uniform rank iultiating
tl class of candidaU-e.
6 P W. i mile bicycle race at city
paik.fr. fr all. 1st prize, pair hi
( yd., shoes; 2i.d pi Ue, bicycle cap,
7 1. M. Fun lit the Carnival
t'MJdx. ih'Uord's bailwvim aki a
ru'. ua tho Ferris wheel. A bi lime
in the lirli ic show. -
Musi.', uiusi.', everywhere!
Thurlay June It.
Siro t pofleat 10:15 A. M
I'.jnd si.il i'l"-' 1111 Clubn.
l-e I'.all Couteel at ball gn.unds.
) IV M. at Carnival (rounds.
, rii'. brt 2 io S. fne lur sll
1 .-. f.ru-. fiuO p. k.-t krif' (by B
Th -) s.l S(,ul Ut We bail.
,V .... . it .. . a t t- "T uuler
IS I-r j.r a air a-;id,r- and b s
of . Ii i. ei-ly
r ' tlie, U prle .r
Grand display ol Japarun (my ftr
woiks. Tbe greatest ezbibition ol day
fireworks ever witnessed in the north
west. Merry times in tbe big pavilion. Tbe
Oriental Carnival Company
iqoeea receives h.r menus a' ine iorooj.
Chip picking content lor women omy.
JstsUe silver spoon and bmter knUe.
f m.mit.1 .fitltert free, tor till 1'
I pr!zt (('
6 P.' M". e CUf Park a one mile
Ironning race. Ffue ur all. 1st prize
7 P. M. Mammoth ttreet !'
ill fraternal orders. ( W.
For Mm largest representation iu une.
l h.,tdoaia -American flag, For tbe
Wat feature a liandsome charter (tame.
Night fireworks at Carnival grounus.
Fun! Fuji! Everywhere.
Fride-v. June 19.
10:15 A. M Parade to hall grounds
baud and base ball nine. Base ball
conic Bt 8rounlJs
IP. H-AT CARNIVAL GliOUNDS
3 legged ' v:e ,ree for lBt pri'e
25 yard running race for boys under 18
yeirs of age. 1st p.'-!. Ia'r of Iiohi.
75-yard running r.a-'. 'n-e to all.
Sack of flour and can ' lrd as first
IN BIG PAVALION.
Baby Show. Queen arrive mounted
on camel, escorted by her footmen .
Wallace's Glass Blowirs.
Fattest Babies Girl under one year
of age. let prizs, gold ring. Buy nnJer
one year. 1st prize, blue kid ihoes.
For the prettiest baliy girl entered,
For prettieit baby boy entered, 1
dozen cabinet photos.
Youngest girl entered, child's toilet
Youngest boy entered, pair of wool
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Tetsnwari Japenese Tou.
l.T. firm.iTiMi. '. -
FAIR IS NOW OPEN
j hby wiih blackest eyes, box of
BaWy-with bluest eyes, a .handsome
Smallest baby for its ajv, baby chain.
Baby with n-.os Iniir, chain of beads.
Babv Uii feitl.-tt rid hair, ihild't
B.,!.y wilh l.aue.-t liea!, l' boniift
Tulin uii'ler tl.rvtf v.ars, girU sterl
ing tilver rpouii.-; b-'V!'. uo-ca-t.
0 l'. M AT CUT I'AUK.
2-inile bicy. le ra.e, free lor all. ll
prize, bicycle bell.
Piie-mile biccle race. Free for all.
1st prise a tenuis belt ami shots. -
.7 P.M. AT CAKMV AL GR0VNP3
iact ,ra e free for all. 1st prize, pock
Brond jump free fr nil. 1st prize,
IN BIG PAVILION.
Fjn at the country rtore.
King of Carnival greets cpieen of
Public Weil(IiiiK-( (X) bedroom tut
to couple getting man ied. .(See fet at
R. Thomas' place of biisinccp.
Saturday, June 20.
Parade by barel.al! ttvitnft and hund to
hall grounds at 10:15 A. M.
IJall contest at grn mi.
1. P. M. at Canival grounds
100 yard Ka'king race free for all. 1st
prize pair walking clim e
75 varJ running nice free for all. 1st
prize pair of tennis shoes.
Girls running ra'o W yard. Free for
all under J yurs of a'u. 1st prize
Ladic face free !or all 50 yards. 1st
p.-r'ze sailor hat
Hoys race ui.der M, iro for all. "Ji
yards. Hox of enndy, 1st prise.
(Jueen "f Carnival wilh escorts vicit
art display of Woman's Club ol Grant
Fun in the H'.i'ii big tents.
5 P. M. Id mile bicycle race at city
park. 1st prize gn!d njed.il. Free for
7 P. M . !' d roii't-rtn.
Queen ar.d ai l- take a ri le en the
Selling out the rountiy store.
lilatt of the trumpet- the walls of Jie
city will fail d mo and theevadin lm s
of nieriy mnkers will tue full posses
sion of all Mrci'18. Ma.di (Iras; Con
fetti'. Confetti 1 Kverveheiu uu the
Kroiiiid and in ll.c air.
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Coutoitiouir!, a' robats, und jtijiglera
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RtVER COURIER, GRANTS
THE MARVELOUS DE GARROS
King of the Rouinu Rings Their
wonderful feats of strength and skill
and the ease with which they are
accomplished, have never beofro beeu
equalled. Particular atteuttoulis
directed to the niuseular development
of theso young artists, whioli ia
considered to bo tho most perfect In
Dick Kobiniiou, The niinihtrel with
thu Old Pluiitatiou shows.
Vaughn, Champion llaglliiie '
of the world I'lautat ion '
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" t -:r.
Wire walkers, foot jugglers and magi-
PASS, OREGOtf. JUNK ..i.
The Carnival King
E. J. Arnold.
at 1 i. ni.
Ijin llu T ins. A
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as he upjiears
rev. Inl ion of high r'it lacd
A PUBLIC HALLELUJAH WEDDI11G
At the Opera House Monday,
Army Rally June
A public hallelujah, wedding of'
! Captain llolctou aud Lioutouaut Mat
' tiseu will be condncted" iu the opera
house, Monday evening, June . at o
p. ni. There will bo a gratia iiiuuu
iiauid march at 1 :8V led by Major B.
Major R. Dubbiu, division otlic.er or
the Salvation Army win rr.o
Grants Pass next Saturday, June 20,
and a grand Salvation Army rally
will bo hold on Sat unlay. Sunday anil
Monday, with Hi" following, program:
S it in day, ' 10 i. '. Welcome of
Major Dubbin by nieii hi'is ot Army
aii.l I'i'i' i:ds.
S.itiii'd.iv, H p. in., veleome to
gin-sis lit - Salvi'lo ii Army l.al..
Sun.l.iy at It n. in., l.tilntv .':
rg at tlui baino I.h. .. . . .,
stniidav nt 11 l. ni.. graml union
SWINE ARE PROFITABLE
How Walla Walla Ranchers
Mnko Money Oul of Hogs.
forceful demonstration of what
dlvorsllled farming will ,ln ( If 1 liill
by W. J. Town ley, of Union count v.
Oregon, ,og r:ijh,.r ,lf (,, w)lo HaVH
that the farmers of the Walla Wnlla
valley, who now sell wln.ar ,.t
:) to 7.1 cents a bushel, can get half
as mncu again by feeding it to hogs.
mr. lowulcy follows his method
himself nuil says it is winner. His
line 2200 ecro ranch in Union county is
known all over Eastern Oregon.
J-ast winter for 10 days ho fud a
hand of Kill hogs w ith crushed wheat.
niolHteiicil with cold water, the feed
being weighed (btily by t,n man iu
eharg". tlui. dollar and ten cents a
bushel was r, a!i.e,l. fur all the wheal
fed during that lime. Had this wheat
not been disposed of in tin
would have broul.t hut T.'i
1 Way it
r. nls a
It would pay to buy v ie at ut the
market price and f,d it to ndes, Mr
Townley claims. II.. advises main
taining well-bred hog-i and in usiiii!
alfalfa in coniiiuei wilh wheal.
MAZAMAS ANNUAL OUTING
The l"ih niiuiial outing of the Mu.
...mas for I in CI . , . a,i , ,.
Three H.ht. is. (n, e,.,,. f, n -IiiK' '.1 1..
July .'), IneluslV". I'lie ro'nl lo the
I III. e f.,-ti l. oil.n 1,1 i,l.:, I f lli, C.x.
ad.' Illoii;! , Ii,I!om i., ih, , 1 nle of
he ... b 1 Zie live: , f:.i,,.N f,,r j
K ild , set i.h b, i. ut y, ami Hie camping
pl.-ui- liam hti i, s..p ricd at tl.e ino.-t
iltr.ifivr point-, runvrui. inn c,,ii.
nil' I-' .1, ni. eg tin- 11, ute. Tin re is a
good roml all ih, way to Lake Valli-v.
tin- fool of tlii' liin'.iiitaill, where
trail leinls an. mi l I 'li.-idiaii Clin
unl a.-n ,s the lava I) in s-',,,, 1
nop, at the h i of tl.e inlil.tle i . a'.:.
ascent of thu m.dlle tieal; i
mitt er dill'.eull nor dang-rru", und
ill view from it,.. u n ,,it n-' '
'. leiy in Ih,: Vleuiin, ,( lt, ,.lk,.
uow tields, gl.11 leu mi l wat. rfalls,
huillu description. ( ipp.. riunity w ill
be given to visit the cerebrated Foley
ud llelkuap Hot Springs.
" I have bti u trouhl. d fur sown limu
with liidlg.'sti.iii und sour stoinnch, "
says Mrs. Haiaii W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass., 'and have Iweu taking Chani-Is-rh.in's
Stomach mid Liver Tablets
which have liclpi .1 ine very much, so
that now I can eat many things that
hcfnro I could not." If you iUVU ,y
troublo w ith your stonuili, why not
take thew tablets aud get well? Fur
li by all drnggists.
Haro you a copy of "fed.ly's Two
Step"? For mile at the Demuree
20, 21 and 'Hi
meeting of all the Christian people of
the city, to be held ., io ,b, or,.,ry
house. Everyone cordially invited to
Sunday at 8 p. m., services In the
opera honso, conducted by Majof
Tho culminating feature of the ral
ly will be the wedding of the two
Salvation Army officers, t the opera
house on Monday evening. Captain
Iloleton and Llentenaut Mattlson art
bright and progressive yonng Salva
tionists mid both are well and favor
ably known In this city, Thrbrlae-
to-be Is a forme. Josephine fwnniy
girl, a daughter of , Mrs. 1 ifton pf
Giuiits Pass, anil ban, niany, , friends
lu'ie, Tli Lets or he wedding may
b. secured of nnr Balvatisil. . Te
g..neril admission 4IS .'Jfl Rent anf
served seats, 15 cents. . ; , ,,, Ui.j
of the Salvation Army.
CRATER LAKE SNOWED IN
Too Deep Vet for Psxrtlea lo
tVea.ch the Lake.
Tho Sonthfru Paoiflo la sending a
Sau Francisco photographer Into the
Crater Lake county for the purpose
of taking views of the scenery that
may bo used later on for advertising
the district as a snuimer resort region.
Tho company has planned an exou.
slou to Crater Lake for the late sou.
nier and intends o boom that part of
Oregon among the "camping-oat"
tourists who come to the ooast,
Re)orts from Medford, the nearest
isiint on the Southern Paoiflo to the
Crater Lake district, are to the !
effects that the heavy snows still j
June 22 Grand Salvation
Vv-'-I - .i--
. Hi' fti MilllHIISIM
Iloletoii, of the Salvation Army.
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cover the ground aud that travel In j
the district Is almost Impossible. This '.
report came Into Portland yesterday"
and created considerate surprise
aiming railroad olllcials. The Rogue
hiv. r valley has been complaining of
too mnch heat during the late spring ..
aud it was believed the snow had all ,
gone off. ' ' I . i ' "
If the snow is still deep about
Crater Luke this condition will prob
ably result .iu tho suow's going off
witli a rush withiu a very short time.
The expedition to Crater Lake is la
tended to exploit the new National
Park district which snrrounds the
Lake. The swuery is magnificent and
the trip one that will attract atten
tion. I!ut little has been dous In the
past toward exploiting the region and
f'-w illustrative pulicatlous have been
Issued on thu country. This will
change when the eiN'ditiou returns.
Keduced bummer Excursion
The Denver & Uio Grande, popu
larly known as the "Seen I o Line of
t 'ii World," has announced greatly
reduced round-trip rate from Pacino
Coast points for the benefit of
teichers who will spend their vaca
tion in the east, aud of delegates to
!'. A., ut Podou; A. O. U. W., at St,
Paul; B p. o. E, at Baltimore;
Woodmen of America at Indianapolis;
l""L'ii- a' N"w Yor ; Vvt'n !-n
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la.uuvi'.u, md T. P. A., a; Indian
apolis. f : 1 , ?
Tickets at the reduced rate will bo
bas sl upon one fare for the round
trip, but will he sold on certain days.,
These tickets will carry stopover
privileges ou the going trip, giving
passengers an opportunity to visit
Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springe,
Colorado Springs aud Denver; and!
will be good to return any lbs
within ninety (90) daya Passengers
going via the Denver & Rio Oranda
are. given the privilege of returning
via a different route.
For the rate to the point yon wish
to go, and for dates of sale and other
part icu lam, as well as for illustrated
pamphlets, write W. C. McBRIDK,
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