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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, FEBRUARY, 9 1906.
Count, weigh and mtamre everything you
mty." American fjrocer.
With that Good Resolu
tior and Keep it up.
And remember that we are
quarters for the
Finest Teas and Coffees
in Grants Pass
No Prizes, but we give you the quality.
(Glad to ttav you Compart Stmplu)
California Ideal Peas 2 cans for 25c
Ashland String Beans 2 " 25c
Ashland Tomatoes 2 " c2o
Peaches, Apricots, Canned Strawber
ries, etc Helm Apple Butter in stone
crocks, 75c each.
Absolutely pure Jellies, Jams. and
Sweet and Sour Pickles.
Green and Ripe Olives In bulk 20c pt.
Strained Honey, Comb Honey, Sor
ghum. 2 No. 2 Irish Mackerel 25c.
The Tea and Coffee House.
E. A. WADE
Dry Goods, Underwear,
west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, OkEGON
Will Join Stockmen s Association
Are Breeding Durham for
Beef and Milk.
J. H. Kinraid, a stocs raiser of i
Williams Valley was in Grants Pass
Thursday, a caller at the Courier ,
office. Mr. Kincaid stated that cattle 1
were in good condition and that stock-1
men expected the mountain range to j
be extra good this year. He said i
that two men claiming to be in
' government employ, have lately been i
in Williams Valley notifying the,
atockkmen that they must pay pas- j
turage for stook on government land.
The stockmen did not pay as they did i
notk now whether the men were .
nA..pnn.aiit nfHtinla nr cnundence
n.. . .inHi i
Mr Kincaid says that heretofore he , Mr- Hiteman have many friends here . wlll be hM for tlie childreD EaL.h Church,
and many cattlemen have been breed- f wlo wish tlietn happiness ,nl pros- boy or gjrj 0f 15 years or less is asked Bethany Presbyteriau church has
ing Herefords but that they are now j Perity during their wedded life. , , brjuK gtrjn(? ag 1(JI)g ag he .g tal, ; Becured ReT Evan p Hughes, of
Ohauging to Durhams, the latter bt ing Chas. Haggerty lift this Thursday t The size or color, or quality dei not ' Ashland to All their pulpit for three
a better general purpose animal afford-1 for Fort Jones, where he goes to iu- j matter. Parents aud grown people ' mouths. Rev. Hughes will Br
ing both beef aud milk. The Dur- spect a quartz property, which he will be permitted to occupy the rear rive in Grants Pass this (Saturday
hams are also a mere quiet animal may bny. Mr. HagKerty came from seats, but the front of the room is and Sunday w ill conduct morning and
and do not become wild when not j
handled frtquently. The storkmen
are taking much interest in the
Provolt farmers iustitnte and Mr Kiu-,
caid said they would all attend. They '
will all join the Josephine Conuty ;
Stocknieus Association and are expect- j
ing President Carter or Secretary;
Leonard to be present al the institute j
with the membership book of the As-1
soeiation. Mr. Kincaid expressed
the opiniou that this Association
will do more for the bent tit of the
stockmen thau any undertaken that
they have vet taken up.
New music received at the Music
' Store direct from the the publishers as
goon as issued.
Send the Courier to your friend, so
he can learn the facts in regard to the
fx:.: "us Rente River Va'.lev.
WALL PAPER and
W.P.Eharman and E.F.LeMitux
SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J
Full stock of Wall Paper all designs
quality and prices.
' Paints. Varnishes. Oils. Drushc
Painters and Artists supplies.
Mail orders promptly fiUcd.
Items of Personal
C. E. Smith made a business trip
to Ashland Tuesday.'
W. T. Carroll of Eugene arrived
last week to assist Mike Clemens in
the drog store.
Samuel Bowden retnrned Wednes
day from Seattle where be bad been
on snort trip on nriniug business.
Gred Beam and family arrived by
private conveyance from Grants Pats
ou Thursday of last week. Crescent
E. T. Staple of Ashland, who is
financing the Briggs mine, left Mon
day for Cincinnati on bnsiness con
nected with that property.
Mrs. E. Rehkopf and Mrs. & 0.
Nease left Thursday for San Franois
oo to look over the Spring millinery
styles and to lay in a new Spring
George Altpeter of New Hope and
one of the directors in the Murphy
Ditch Company, a farmer's co-operative
irrigation oompnay. was in
Grants Pans Tuesday.
Mrs. C. M. Lewis of Dulnth, Mian.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. A. De
Genault, for a few days. Mrs. Lewis
will visit for a few weeks several
California cities before her retnrn
Frank Colvlg, who returned lately
from Arizona - where he had been
working in the mines for a year or
more, has gone to G id ice where he
has resumed his old position at the
Rocky Gulch miue.
Mrs. Samuel McVey came in Mon
day from . Holland to assist her
mother, Mrs. Chas. Trefathen, a few I
days in caring for her brother, Chas.
Trefathen, Jr., who has been sick in
this city for the past month.
Miss Rhoda York, who has been
visiting here for several weeks, re
turned on Monday evening to Port
land. A pleasant social party was
given in her honor ou Friday evening
at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred
T rtaa nl i CI i a air a ofnrnail rlViHnw frnm
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the Butish Columbia ruining districts
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where he had been on an investigating i
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trip. Ho found wages high there and !
. , iU o. ,
will return in a month. Mr. Shaska I
. . . . . . 'lit.
is a miner and mechanic and will be
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able to command good wages wher-'
ever he may work. I
Sheriff George Lewis went to ;
Holland Tuesday to be with his
futlmr .Tampa T.nwfa whn haa hnnn 1
., , ,,
seriously sick at his home on Sucker i
creek. Sheriff Lewis will return to I
i T-i o J - . 11 I
urants rw ouuuay, as un cuuwung
win oegin Momiay, ana T'oty ;
Sheriff Ernest Lister cannot attend io
all the duties of the office.
Elder D. D. Adams, formerly pnstor
of the Chnrch of God in this city has
returned to Grants Pass and will
again take up ins work here, fclder
I -n I
j Adams has been absent for six months, i
doing evangelical work in Coos
' county, Portland and several other
places in Northern Oregtn. He had
jmost gratifying success and largely
increased the membership of his
Miss Maggie Nipper left Thursday
evening for Soottsbnrg, Oregon, j
where she will be uuited in marriage, ;
this Saturday, to Heiniau Hiteuiau,
formerly fireman of the steam shovel
at Leland, but lately of Scottsburg.
Miss Nipper is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. It. Nipper of this city,
and has resided in Grants Pass for a
number of years aud both she and
Mr. Hiteman have many friends here
number of years aud both she and
13aker City last fall aim has spent ,
the Winter iu urants rass wnne in-1 :
vestiRatiug the mineral resources of :
this district. He gives it as his oplu- j
ion that Southern Oregon and North- j
ero California Is a richer mining dis
trict thau Baker City district end has
a betti r future than thst much adver- j
W. K. Parker, wife and two child-
ren left last week for Santa Cruz, j
Csl., where they will make thoir
home. Mr. Park r is a carpenter and i
contractor and having capital to work .
witli will hai 1(1 and sivl or n ut tiooses
at Santa Cruz. Mrs. Parker's father
and mother, Mr. anri Mrs II. K.
Alver-on expect to chango their rehi
deuce fr iu Grants Kins to Smila
' Cruz, mid are now oflnring tin ir tine
farm for mle it being advertized in
the rmrii r. They Imve nmny fri' ml'
i in this city, who
will lei-ret their de
will vih them well
parture aim who
lu their 11 ew h
Begins with t!.e symj toms ,f a com
mon cold ; there is chilline-?, Mieez
in, sure thror, hot "kin, tiu-k
pu;nt', ho .r-eiie- and iiue..il ivsir.t
ti"ii. (iive Ire'Cionl small i!i . of
Ballard's lloivl.oimd Symp, ti.e cliiM
will cry for it, and at Ue first f.i.'ii o'
a rrniipv ci'tiL'li arply frequently Bol
lard's tsiiow Liniment to the throat.
Airs. A. Vliet. NtW t'a-t!e. Colo.,
u-rit-s. M.ivli IS. V.'2: "I think
'Ballard's iineliouud Syrup a wonder
.i'tn renn'dv, ami so pi a-aut to take."
I Pur sale hy atloual Drug Co. ami
Newman M E. Church.
BTIn the morning at 11 Rev.. M. C
Wire, D. D., of Eugene, will preach
add the Sacrameut of the Lord's Sup
per administered. Dr. Wire
also preach at night The Suuday
school and Junior and Ep worth
Leagues at the usual hours.
Strangers and friends are invited to
worship with us. " ' "
M Luke's Church.
The regular monthly musical ser
vice will be held Sunday evening, at
7:30. In addition to the regular
mnsio by the fine vested choir, there
will be several special numbers.
The morning service will beheld
at 11 o'olook, followed by the
Sunday School, at 12:15. The Son
day School meets in the Guild Hall,
and the New Method Bible Class
meets in the ohoroh, at the same
Wednesday evening the Philbar
monio Club will hold a Valentine
Party in the Guild Hall, to which
all are invited. Thursday evening
the Boys' Brigade meets in the Guild
Hall, at 7:30. The company hai
grown so rapidly that there is room
for only six more members to com
plete the number necessary for a regu
lar company. The captain will hold
an examination Tuesday evening, for
those who wish to try for the position
The season of Lent will begin Ash
Wednesday, Febroary 28, during
which time all loyal church people
abstain from all social functions, and
give more time and thought to
Service at the Baptist church hea(j. The face was especially plainly
Sunday will be as usual with ser-1 00tlined. The forehead, eyes aud
nions by the Pastor. Morning topic I cnin were wen rejroduced, a wide
"Good Advertising." Evening topio ' pen n,nnth, with a tow of warty
"An Old Fashioned Elevator." The formations of the skin iniitatiuir
Ladies Qnrtette consisting of Mrs.
W. W. Walker and MisB Nina Pad
dock, sopranos and Mrs. A. Conklin
and Miss Millie Drake altos, is help
ful feature of the evening service.
Beginning Sunday Evening, Febru-
ary 18, H. ryse Jours, state evauge-
,. . .,, . . . .
liBt, will begin a series of meetings
.... . ,
continuing two or three weeks. Mr.
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Jones resigned a large and influential
. .,-, ,
pastorate in Buffalo, N. Y., to take
r . , ..... .
op this work in which he has been
Hundreds have been led bv him to
oonreB(J clriBt He u a tborongll
unnstian gentleman iu everyway.
Meetines have continued all the
week with flue interest aud accessions
nparly every Qay- The 8udieuct)g
have filled the f q11 8eating capBU,ty of
the house, with many extra seats ad-
ded. The sermons have been on im-
portaut subjects, witti au
the better judgment . of
. ' " . .ucu
women. Christ has boen sat forth as
a real character aud the required re-
lationship with him as real aud reas-
ouahle as our dealings with each
other and our loyalty to our country.
An epjiecial invitation is extended? to
those who have doubts. Come and
Meetings will continue throughout
the week with instructive sermoiis,
inspiring sours, tendor solos, aud a Dr. Smith is of the opinion that Mr.
warm heirted welcome to all who Tiefathen has a good chance of re
come. Evening services begin ' gaining his health aud of exporiuue
promptly at 7:30. infC DO further trouble from the afflio-
Children's Meeting, "Strings. tu,u t,:at 's ade him an invalid for
" B several months past.
At the Christian church Sunday j
afternoon nr. 3:00 a mmninl iaivI, Rev. Hughes Comee to Bethany
aftp,11(f)11 -t a-M a Bi,nil .l
reserved for the children.
VARNElt In Grants Pans on Wed
nesday. January 2, to Mr. aud Mrs.
Joseph Vartier, a son.
SWE A RINGER In Grants Pass on
Momlav, Kehrnray 6, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Searinger, a sou.
CONWAY At the family home about
fonr miles west of Grants Pass, Sit-
nrday, iebronry 3, Mini to Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Conway, a daughter.
H( jTTENROTH WHITE - At the
home of Rev. and Mrs. Chs. Hays
at Portland, We'll, elay, JanuHry
81, ',!, Edward J. Hottenroth and
Miss Opal White of Portland, Rev.
Chas. W. Hays officiating.
The htlde is a granddaughter of
Mr.' and Mrs. J. P. Tuffs aud has bi (;u
a resnh'ut of Grants Pass fr,r,a mini
ler of years cntil last S'-pteiiiber
when she went to Portland to reside.
She is a very estimable young Judy
ami has many Iriends liero v. ho w inh
her harj. iritis. The groom is, an em
ploye of the Portland Gas Co., and is
spoken of as a young uuu of ability
and sterling Worth.
BIHDEVi; At (io'd H,ll. Oregon,
Monday, l'ehruai.v 5, l'jisj, Jus. (J.
Birdteye, Bgtd lOytars.
ihe deceased was a half-brother of
G jo, U:rdM.-ye of this i.Lm;c.
A Brief Record of
The revival meetings which have
! been in progress at the Newman M.
E. church for the past three weeks
will continue for another week.
. There will be a social at the Presby
terian church parlors on Friday,
Ferbuary 16. Everybody welcome.
Come and bring your friends.
S. G. Adams, manager of the Baby
Mine, returned Monday from Sacra
mento where he ban been with his
family since Christmas Mr. Adams
left Wednesday for Jump-off Joe and
will again take up development work
at the Baby Mine. A to plans for
the future regarding their property,
Mr. Adams had no statement to make,
other than he and bii associates feel
very hopeful as to the Baby mine
becoming a profitable gold produoer.
Mrs. E. E. Waughtel, who has
been conducting a millinery store iu
Grants Pass for the past year, has
bought oat the millinery business
conducted by Miss Ida Weston, on
East G street Mrs. Waughtel will
move her stock of goods from the
Odd Fellows, block to the Weston
building aud unite the two stocks.
Miss Weston, proposes to take
a vacation from business for
awhile at least as she has suoceBsfnl'y
conducted a millinery store for the
past seven years.
C. F. Gentner, whohasa fiuo furm at
Gentner Gap on the upper road from
Grants Pass to Applegate Valley left
pirit- at the Courier office Wednesday a tur
nip that had an a abnormal growth
I on one side of , it that bore a most
striking resemblance to a monkey's
teeth, igving a most animal-like ap
pearance to the vegetable.
F. W Vaille of Portland an assist
ant superintendent of railway mails
and star mail routes of the postoffice
department and having charge of the
railway aud stage mail service in
Oregou, was in Grants Pass Monday
on business in connection with the
letting of new contraots for carrying
the mails on the star routes iu Jose
phine county for the next 4 years. The
old contracts have all expired aud new
bids have been received by the de
partment, but no award will be made
until Mr. Vaille's report is received
at Washington, he being sent here to
ascertain the reliability of the bid
ders and the solvency of their bonds
men. The successful bidders will be
aiveu their contracts about the first
Charles Trefathen. the young man
from Sncker oreekf who bewj M
seriously ill in this citv for some
weeks, is now stnadilv imininn
strength aud there is every hope that
I - ...ill - ' I . .' . . I. .. 1.1. it.
I H Vtlll (OKniU 11 1 n IIUUIUI, 1 1 U WUS
operated ou iu Portland some weeks
ago, but Dr. J. C. Smith, the attend
ing surgeon, finds that a second
operation will be necessary to give
proper drainage to the affected parts.
So soon as the young man lias gained
sufficient strength to staud the anaes
thetic and shock, the operation will
be performed. With this safeguard
from blood poisouiug accomplixhed,
Rev. Hughes Comee to
evening services at Bethany church.
His family will arrive uev welt and
tin y will occupy the fin" ;-;hh"h ou
Fifth aud C streets belong i ' to the
Rev. Hughes lias been ;..i.-tor of
the Congregational churc! in Ash
land for the past three Tear-, miuI he
gained the honor of being oue of the
best pulpit speakers and church
workers iu that city, lie has the j
high regard of all classes of business
men in Ashland, and thn Tribune of
that city has the following kindly j
mention of his change of location :
"Rev. E. P. Hughes has consented to i
supply Bethany Presbyterian Church 1
at Giants Bass, filling the pulpit re-j
centlv vacated bv Rev. h. II. Brown. I
Mr. Hughes will take up his duties i
in his uew lii Id next Sunday, and will
continue for three mouths . i
"It is witfi the profoiindest regret
fial the Tribune publishes this news
item as Mr Hughe is one of Ash.
land's true ''hailing citi.'iis," and
one whom it wonid behoove anv
people to 'follow. The writer will
sadly lnirS his freti'-iit lit'b' visits to
this office, his kindly counsel and his
sj li'intid logic. However tin re in
consolation iu the thought Unit where
Mr. Hughes Is K"'ug there will be
those who will derive as much pleas- '
ure ami encouragement fruin their i
asociaticns with him a we have
done the past two years. We lu artiiy ,
congratulate the people of Ii-thany -Church
111 our neighborhniu city of
(irauts Pass on fo-Airiii a man of
i.eV. liaucd' uttaiiiuitius. "
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
News Notea From the Business
I Men to R.etdera.
Valeutines at Clemens.
Bicycles at Cramer Bros.
W. h. Sherman Real Estate.
Give your friends a Stage line the
Old Bicycles taken as part payment
at Cramer Bros. '
Pencil and Tablets at the Model
Dr. M. C Findley testa eyes aud
Bioyole Bells and Lamps at a dis
count at Paddock 'a
Letcher is the only licensed optioian
in Josephine oounty.
at Cramer Bros.
and Spading Forks
Maps of Oregon' Wash In ton
California at the Musio Store.
Aud still I am insuring and selling
real estate at the old stand. J. E.
Make yonr garden now and get your
tools at Cramer Bros.
Timber olaims. Homesteads. W.
B. Sherman, Rooms 10 and 12 Masonio
Temple, Grants Pass Ore.
Dr. W. F. Kramer will hereafter be
in his office in the Courier building
from 7 to 8 o'clock each evening. 2-Utf
It will pay you to keep Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in your home. It only costs
a quarter. Sold by all druggists.
E. N. Provolt was In Grants Pass
Thursday. Mr. Provolt is one of the
bustlers for the farmers institute that
is to be held at Provolt on Saturday,
February 17, and he stated that such
was the interest of the farmers of
Applegate Valley in this institnte that
there will be the largest . attendance
that ovor was hold at a gathering of
any kind iu the Valley. The farmers
are preparing to come aud spend the
full day and attend the three sessions,
forenoon, afternoon and eveuing.
Geneiously filled luuoh baskets will
be in plenty as a basket dinner and
supper is to be had so that it may not
be necessary for those attending to go
to their homes for meals. It is the
plan to make the social hour at noon
aud in the evening an attractive feat
ure of the institute to farmers, their
wives and sons and da u liters.
Real Estate Transfers.
Joseph Pollock to Dr. G. H. Doug
las, most of Lot 1 in Block "B," O.
Mrs. O. S. Hobbs to A. E. Church
ill, six lots in Block 13, Llnooln Park
John H. Williams, et al to A. H.
Lozir, Lots 9 and 10 in Block 04,
The above Bales were made through
the REAL ESTATE AGENCY of
JOSEPH MOSS. See him for bar
Seven-room story and a half house
A BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE.
I am prepared to furnish anything
ol .Muiuleor Uramte.
Nearlv thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my saying
thai. I ran fill vour orders in the very best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, tivied'i or . mericao Granite or any kind of
I'luut street, next to Greene's Guiishop.
Money in It
We mean raising chickens,
and one of the essentians is a
Petal u ma
You can have young chick
ens at tlicir soason of best
growth and save serious loss.
We have in stock two sizes:
54-egg capacity $10 00
120-ogg capacity 20 00
and two corresponding sizes
in Brooders at $5 oach.
Call on us for ingormation
and a descriptive pamphlet.
Ocltl ITollo-vvk IilocU
HARDWARE MINING SUPPLIES
La Grippe and Pneomonla.
Pneumonia often follows la grippe
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar, It oures la grippe
coughs and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Ask for Foloy's Honey
and Tar and refuse auy substitute
offered. Mr. G. Vacher, of 167 Os
good St., Chioago, writes "My wife
had a severe case of la grippe three
years ago, and it left here with a ter
rible cough. She tried a bottle of
Foley's Honey aud Tar and it gave
immediate relief. A 60 oent bottle
cured her cough entirely." Refuse
substitutes. For Sale by H. A. Roter
the dozen or
will need printed forms
They can be secured by
hundred at the Courier
Planet Jr. Garden Tools in ail pat
terns at Cramer Bros.
Grants Pass, Ore. i
J. I). DRAKE.
AND GRANITE WORKS
J. It. PAIIOtK, I'roprlctor.
in the line of Cemetery work in any kind