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kOGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. SEPTEMBER 22. 190.
There will be
Q) Next Saturday, you
CXaSS should be here
Pliysiciau and Dentist.
Kodaks Courier Building.
Fro it Paper Courier office.
M. Clemens, f resonption Druggist,
A' Gentlenian'i smoke the Stage
Souvenir Postal Cards Courier
Fruit Cans and Wax Strings at
Order goals and rubber stamps of
A. E. Voorhies.
For a c'cau bed and a good meal
try tne western iiotei.
The finest stock of niekle plated
ware in town at Cramer Bros.
Reparing cloth ins for men, women
and children. 118 Moss street
President Roosevelt in colors with
large mat, 10c at the Music Store.
Second hand cook stoves and heaters
cheap. Moore's seooud hand store.
And still I am insuring and selling
real estate at the old stand. J. h.
Apple and Pear paper for sale by
the pound, bundle or ton at tha
Caps for Masons Jars 15 cents
dozen, two dozen fnr 2.1 Merita Hair.
Riddle Hardware Co.
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
School Books at Clemens'.
Calling Cards Courier Building.
Paper Napkins Courier Building.
Order your fruit paper now
A splendid line o( Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron't
rishing Tackle just the kind that
you nted at Cramer Bros.
ReHl Kstate and Timber V. B.
Sherman, Rooms V and 10 Masouio
Ant vnnr ritxilup fi.p Pm.nA T)
j ........ .... un i.iTt'i
Creamery Butter made at Medford is
now fi5 cents per two-pound, square
A large assortment of colore'd
pictures mouuted ready for hanging
at 10c to 20c, a discount of 21 to ?u
per cent. Music Store.
Curtis .& Co. for Watch, j. Clocks,
Gold Kings and Jewelry, line, watch
repairing, ougraviug. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Comn and see us.
I. U. O. 1". Building, Grants Pass,
Beautiful Specimen of Ort.
The Grants Pasi mineral exhibit
has lately received an ore specimen
which Is one of the most strikingly
beautiful in the whole collection. It
comes from Douglas county. 15 miles
ei oi yest iork station, from
property owned by J. M. Thompson.
The specimen is in a large proportion
native corner, noarlv ih r.nr .i
and its vivid celoring of green and
bronze makes it exceedingly attrac
tive in appearance. Besides copper
me ore also carries good values in
gold. The nrnivrt ir.,.1.1... i
1 1 J .VIUVICB .UUI
ua' ua me sunace showing In-
u.ie bo ore Doay or large dimen
sions tllOUul. tlm rfni.a1nnn.n L.
ia not yet sufficient, to demooBtrate
uib Tine ci tne property. Sample of
this ore elves arkav lnna
" J HlHVS tl'lltVU
as S to K in gold ; 4 to 7 ia silver
uu fu 10 r-'i in copper per ton. The
property is accessible by trail.
Baseball, the second srreat American
game, is said to have originated from
the old games called "one old cat"
and "two old cat" The rW. n,t.h
game was pUyed in 1848.
Chimbtrliin'i Cough Remedy Aidi Ntturs.
Medicines that aid nature are
always most effectual. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy acts on this
plan. It allays the cough, relieves
the lungs, aids expectoration, opens
the sceretious and aiHa nnttim in fe
stering the system to a healthy con
dition. It is famous for its cures
over a large part of the civilized
nuim. inouHauas . nave testmed to
its BUDcrinr exoAltnnrui Tt Mnnl...
acts any tendency to a cold to result
in pneumonia. For sale by all drou
UNDER THE NEW
B. A. WILLIAMS
Front and 4th Sts. P. 0. Box 273.
Employment office. Houses rented
No. 7.S 125 acres, all fenced, 1(i0 acres
nvei bottom, T.i cultivated, 10 to hops, 4
miles from railroad town, good romls,
sc'iool, etc. A tmrKHin at $ 15 an acre. Hop
crop ill pay purchase price in two years.
Whe.t Cn.ndide.tea Must Do to
Obtain ev Nomination
"f'uuni, wi'jh and measure everything you buy." American (Jroeer.
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY
WILL OBSERVE THE
3 RED LETTER DAYS
BY OFFERING SOME
From THURSDAY Morning, Sept. 28th,
to SATURDAY, 8 p. m., Sept. 30th.
3 BIG ITEMS
in jour grocery bill on the
3 BIG RED LETTER DAYS
that you can save money on if you call at the White
Prices made on thoso Jays will positively bo pcod only
on the days mentioned and subject to withdrawal on items
exhausted or sold.
When wo say Bargains, wo mean HA KG A INS, Quanti
ty, Quality and Price (iuaranteed. Here are somo of our
5 ponnds of Good Blend Koa.st Coffee, in a one gallon milk pail, better
than the average c kind, for t1
S pounds of the Ixt 2c Coffee in Grants Pass for 1W
1 pound of 1 ea Ihist
20 jKmnds Petite Prunes
3 packages Energy i!ike Grj Nuts)
3 cackai't s Colum' ia O.its ut Wheat and prize
1 bottle Heinz I'MiS Catsup. . 2'ic
1 bottle Rid Rose Cat-up. l:ire size
1 bottle each of Blueing and Amonia
50 pound sack of Stock Salt
WATCH OIU HAROAIX WINDOWS
WE'LL DO YOU GOOD.
THE WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
H. C. B0BZIEN.
Nominations for stats and county
oflioes in Oregon next April, in the
republican and the democratic parties,
will be made iu the manner followed
lust Slay iu the Portland oity prima
ries. The nominating primaries will
be held 45 days before the general
election, which will come ou the first
Monday in Jane.' All nominations
will be made by the direct primary
method, including those for governor,
the legislature and other offices
in tli, state, and for county o flics
throughout Oregon. The nominating
election will be the flint general test
of the direct primary law.
Candidates for a given nomination
will have their names placed on the
primary ballot, ou petition of at least
2 per cent of their respective party
vote last cast for Representative iu
Congress in their electoral district,
and the one who shall receive
the highest number of votes in the
primary will be the nominee of this
party for the office, and will be voted
ou in the nsnal manner iu the June
The unrulier of signatures required
on a republican primaiy petition for a
state nomination will ho loot), the
maximum required by law; on a
democratic petition, b'.'O. Candidates
for republican nomination iu the
First Congressional District must
each secure 479 signatures and in
the Second District 51.1. Candidates
for tlie democratic nomination must
each obtain S4;i signatures iu the First
District, und 25o iu the Second.
These numbers aro based ou the vote
of each party a year ago for represen
tative in congress. The vets of each
party at that time by counties and
the number of signers required for
primary petitions for state mid
county and congressional nominations
are as follows :
Votes. tun's. Votes, tures.
Baker l.KTS Us 1,4111 2s
Heuton UI5 18, 7 IS 15
Clackamas 1,717 IA l,C.a4 ii2
Clatsop 1.H03 2 lial lit
Columbia. 147 1J !M(i 7
Coos 1,4'Jil Hi) his 17
Crook 841 17 IMS 7
Curry 833 7 177 4
Douglas .. .2,1 45 43 I.BSS Hi
Uilliaui 4-4 10 2.:s 5
Oram '.Clii lit 473 !
Harney 40'i U !127 7
Jackson 1,7SS 35 1.H72 27
Josephine.. S'.m is 720 14
Klamath... 5i'3 II 37'.) S
Lake 471 1) 2J!) 5
Lane, 2.5S2 52 2, 1 sit 41
Lincoln... 57 12 213 4
Liun 1.SIS2 40 l,.-r.5 87
Malheur... iv.k) 14 .'ina h
Marion 3,'.HI C2 l,fvi2 8rt
Morrow .... 7-3 If, S-S 8
Mnllbmali 11,2'it! 225 H.HIS 7f.
Polk 1.3C4 27 1,052 21
Sherman . i'.33 13 2ol 4
Tillamook . !irt 13 247 5
L'matilla...2, 12fl 43 1.81H it
I'uiou 1,747 35 1,2 IS 24
Wallowa . . . 752 15 537 II
Wasco 1,7111 3fi S15 17
Washington 1.7S5 !iil l,in 2u
Wheeler 4114 II) 225 4
Yamhill... 1.R12 33 1.I3H 23
Totals . 61,0is;, 1,000 21),H30 5'Jll
Totals, GongrefsiouHl DiHtricts
First 23.H70 47'J 17,157 .'it;!
Secoud 27, 12tl 643 12,773 255
The signers of a state petition must
represent at least one-tenth of the
precincts iu each of at leant seven
counties iu the state, and tho signers
of a Congressional petition mutt
represent at least one-teutli of the
precincts In each of at leant one
fourth of the comities in the district.
A petition foi a county nominal ion
most contain electors residing in at
leMt one-fifth of the precinets in the
Rouuty. Iu a dintrict comprising
more than ouo county the eiguers
must repri'seut at least one-eighth of
the precincts ill each of at li ast two
couuties iu the district.
It will he seen therefore that the
circulation of nominating petition
will be no small ta;-k b' caus-j the
will have to be cirrulateil in a mini.
b r of counties and in ni.tny piecim-i.
One county such us Multnomah i
not lermitted by the law to fnrnif-h
all the siguatues on a Jh titiou for ti
nomination of i.iovi rnor nor Multno
uiah, Liun, Lane, WaxhiiH'I'.n uioi
Marion romloned, (km ;oi- n. vi n
cnuntii'H in u li r. 1 1 r . . ui' .-l on tin
p. t itiou.
W. II. llarri-Mii, Clevehnn!, M ie. ,
writis, Aug. 15, r.".2: "1 want li
hay a word (t J r:n-e fi.r l'a!!ariV
Snow Linine i.t. I slepp. d on a nail
wliieh (hdh'.I the riTilh in n. y . g u.
contract and an a!' -s to r.-e in my
knee and the (i. 1 1 r told not that 1
would have a till h g. m m ilay I
went to J. V. 'i's ilri.g etnri
(who is now in Denver, Col I II"
ri cf.muieii'li-'i a L'.tilo of ,-niw loii
mint; I got a ' size, an. I it curi'l
j my g. It Is the bent hiuun i:t iu
the world. "
j AUCKsSKS, witii few i x.-e S ion.-,
I are indicative of crpucti atiou or
jdsbilit). Tiny may however result
from blows or from foreign li'dn s in
troduced Into the skin or tteeli such as
st.tiuters, thorns, et-. For sale by
Kotermuud and Model Drug .-tore.
Msrgaret of Savoy, daughter ' f
Maximilian. Kmianr of 1,-ru.anr,
i wa governess of tin- N-therlai ds 1507
I5 !0 and rejoie d in the j,oi iiou of
a very long, stitf Ix-ard.
For business, and wo arc get
ting it, too, but wo want more.
That's why wo advertise. Its
tho human race wo aro after
wo aro after you. Wo want
you to como in and seo cloth
ing enough for nearly every
boy and man in Jose' hino.
county. Wo can show you
the kind of clothing you want
at tho prico you want to pay.
If its a pair of Overalls or a
Sunday Suit, a Slicker or one
of tho best Cravonetto Rain
Coats made, Work Shirt or a
Fine Dress Shirt, a Hat lor a
dollar or a Nugget Hal for
threo dollars, in fact, if
there's anything you want or
need to wear, we would liko
tho pleasure of showing it to
1 ' tllVl
Copyright 1905 by
Hart Sclislliicr i" Marl
Wherever you go you'll bo dressod well
if you'ro dressod in our Hurt, Schallher &
litre's a Top Coat, but we'll lit you to
other Overcoat, Suits whatever you pleaso.
Go anyw here, you won't find so good clothes;
nil-wool and no "mercerized cotton" a small
tiling to look, a big thing to find.
In Grants Tass Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Sep
tember 28tn, 29th and 30th. .
Kock Drilling contest for
Football and baseballgames
Firo department hoso rac
ing, foot races and a raco af
ter tho greased pig. Tug of
war by somo of ur heavy
weights, riug Ugly streot
parade, etc., etc.
Music and a big barbecue
Betwoeu tho sports and eat
ing, drop in and look over
some of the special bargains
wo nro offering during theso
threo days. Our windows
and prico cards will help toll
tho story. When you havo
lookey over tho stock, if you
haven't been able to discover
burgains, go to tho optician,
for it isn't a clothier you iifcd,
its an eye doctor. Remember
wo couldn't show you a shelf
worn article if wo wated to;
our ntock is all now and right
up to tho minute.
Geo. S. Calhoun Co.
Outfitters to Boy and Man
People aru getting in from the hop
liev. Clark is attending oouferuiice
Miss Ada Kohiusou is attending
school again ut Grants l'ass.
Mrs. J. H. liohiiiNou is enjoying a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Caldwell,
Miss Kiiiina McCauu hug returued
from Portland after Blending several
clays at the fair.
Mrs. J. li. Hobiuson is ou the tick
lit, Dr. Loughridgo being called
out to km her early Monday morning
of this week.
George MoCollutu killed A youug
panther recently, llu rejicrls shoot
ing at tho mother panther, hut failed
to bring her down.
Miss Kmma ilocking is homo again
aft or an absence of threo months at
Korent i rov, (Jro. Of course she
ti'i k iu tho Lewis and Clurs. fair bu
ff; n returning.
Anilrew Sheehaii and mother and
v fr aud h..be are taking iu the sights
at the Lewis aud Clark lair this
w. ek. lira Sams and wife aro takiiig
charge of things on the heehan much
until their return from Portland. j
I ranceH Hocking and family havo
r. turned to Klamath Tails after visit
ii relatives in this neighborhood
II " past two weeks. They talk of
in. ving luck here this fall or next
sj ring, liny hay tin y want to live
w i. i re they can have fruit and more
i rotables thuu they raise lu Klamath
Jim Hocking Is he,mn again after
-t udiug a couple of mouths at Port
ia el. Uncle t uller.
Vc Male You a Present
1 1 j
Of Our Profit on All
I Ladies'. Misses and Clijltlren s Wraps
v.'o.r. You Read It?
This Is written in
(jregg Shorthand, the simtlcsL
easiest tystem oecaute baied
Sept. 28th, 29th and 30th
Cn lontr hanrl writing pnnn (i.
I'ructusi ,-iv if ntfii f i f'rrjkl
,nA tt rn-l4-rn No ti't'Il r if. h
n:l;'in A h t'r ' r.o ran) nr..
l.s'nj i.n itAlurnl Ka wr it ii.u
r.. f nt to I'H rn , m-M I i t f J.
i.'n.jr n"'.'ir t'1 iH'-fif in P-'ftiand.
LE&SONS B' MAIL, l'5
Wrttt for llluairaTfd cal)c"t.
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