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rROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. MARCH 2, 1906.
C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Practice limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
Classes fitted and furnished.
Ortica hours 9 to 12; 2 to .V, and on ap
pointment. Telephone 201 and 77. i
GmAWTS i'AHS, - OBKOOwj
DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS, j
Grants Pass Business Firms Prosperous Grants PassBanking & Trust Co
Lines of Trade and the Professions
are Well Represented. .
a. ii. Dorm.A
AKHA B. DOWLAS, U.tl.
Disease of Women
Cor. Bixth and
JJR. J. C. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office at National Drug Store.
Phones, Ollice ;j&5; Hs. 1W5.
Itaaidence cor. 7th and D streets.
Grants Pahh, - Obkuok
W. F. KREMER
PIUSICIAN AND SURGEON
OfUco In Courier Building.
Office phone HI I, residence 413.
Eyes tented and gluHuea fitted.
GhAnts Pass, Obboon.
J)R. T. E. BEARD.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Hair-Riddle Hardware.
Rei. cor. 4tb and B Streets.
Phones, Ofllce 354 ; Res. 321.
G bants Pabm, Obboon.
ge LOUGHRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Ron Phone 714
City or country calls attended night
or day. Sixth and H, Tult'a hullding.
Ollico Phone 251.
Grants Pass - . Okeuon.
JJARL V. INGELS
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST.
AM work guaranteed accuratoand re
liable. Ollico opp. P. O. Phono 1003
Ghants I'ah. Obkoon.
j J t D. NORTON,
Practice Id all State and Federal Courta.
Ollico lu Opera House Building.
Ghanth Pahb, Obboon
r. C. HALE,
Ollloo over First National Bank,
GbANTS Fash, ObEOON.
Qt H. CLEMENTS
Practice In Stuto and Federal Courts.
OHloo on flth and C Htreeta opposite
Court House Phone luul.
(..bants Pass, Obimion
GRANTS PASS BANKING &
The nankingR interests of a comma
nitv are without Question the strong
est support of the industrial life of a
city, and working in alliance with
these interests In all their legitimate
phasHs, each appreciably influences
and partakes of the tone and methods
of the others. There is do other In
stitution that does so icuch for honor
able, substantial and stable dealing
38 a bank, and the people of onr city
have every reason to be proud of their
banking houses, for tiny are liberal,
yet conservative, and conducted upon
the most approved plans of modern
financial science. The institution
calling these remarks to mind is that
of the Grants Pass Banking & Trust
Co., which since its inception in 1901
has enjoyed a reputation for wise and
able management. They occupy com
modious quarters at the aorner of
Sixth and H street, and transact a
large volume of business. They have
ample capital and do a general bank
ing business. The officers are able
business men, well and f vorably
known. J. Frank Watson is the
president; R. A. Booth, vice-president,
and L. h. Jewell, cashier. Mr.
Jewell, the active manager, is a
gentleman well known in this city.
having previons to accepting his
present office conducted a hardware
store in this city with good success,
We believe that we oan truthfully
say that the establishments to our city
are superior In atock and service to
those or any ether community ol equal
size in this section of the state. As
(evidence of this, we wtuld sight the
reauer o socn an esiau:isuuieoi as inai
conducted byCrauier Bros Here will
be found one of the most complete
stores iu the hardware Hue doing bus
luehs in this territory. They nave a
large aud well selected stock of eviry
thing in hardware, sporting goods, bi
cycles, miners' supplies, paiuts, agri-
miltnpikl (i,itilMtiiifita ntlfl utirt nllicr
! items too numerous to mention. All
lot which line are from the best uiauu
: facturers, and displayed In the most
I approved manner. T. P. Cramer, and
Geo. P, Cramer are the geutleuiau op
eruting this es ablishuieut and they
are both business men of experience,
active and progressive iu every brauch
or trade. .
R. L. BARTLETT.
One of the best equipped and most
satisfactory shoe houses In this city is
that operated and conducted on Sixth
street by R. L. Uartlett, where he has
an exceptionally well arrnnRe'd and
moderuly equipped store. His stock
of footwear Jieing a finely selected one
aud displayed iu a moat pleHsing man
ner. He mukes a specialty of handling
the finest in the line, his leader b"iK
the world famous BTJiTaON, of which
there is no better made, for the con
venieuee of his patrons he operates I
repair department iu the rear. His
display window is au attractive one,
and here one can always secure the
latest aud most up-to-date style and
the most oourteous atteutio .
women and children. In the adjoin
ing store food stnfls receive the prin
cipal attention, and here is carried a
nice selection of groceries, both staple
aud fancy. H. L. Tronic aud II. C
1 i n niT- nro lintti Kntiva Imjinpaa m on
.. ....j i 1 -imliriul
wen auu lavornuiy iuuwu m t-very ; ? , . . ... ... t...i;- i.
branch of local business. Mr. Truax , ueaaquan-rs ." '"""h
assumes the active management of the , " whieh lititin he t-xote
win niarsea suinij. no m "'
store, while Mr Kinney devotes con-
:,i i.i ,--i.i. ex-state re ireseuiiiiive, auu
. v. hid i.uiq it, u.n i 11 1 i . . i. . i
lumber interests. He is also active in
music circles in the city, in which he
takes deep iuler-sr.
A. C. HOUGH,
Practices In all Htnteand Federal Courts
Ollloo over Hair Riddle Hardware Co.
Chants Task, Ohkoo.n
J. II. AUSTIN,
KBbBY .... ObKu.M
WILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
0th St., north ol Josephine Hotel.
Grants Tass, Obboon.
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
promptly aad accurately
GRANTS PASS STEAM LAUNDRY
The laundry business is one of the
Interests which has growu to large
proportions in the nuul rn "omiiiu
nity, and Is of Interest to every
citigen. Urauts Pass 1 exceptionally
fortuuate lu having ilie benefit of
such a model establishment in this
liue as that opetated by J. W. Hiiker,
and known as the Grants Pass Steam
Laundry. This institution is housed
lu a brick structure of commodious
proportions, tilted throughout with
every modern appliance for success
fully carrying ou o' a business of this
W. C. HALE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,
A comuiutity is judged, to a largo
rxt ut. bv th representative pro es
sional men and sound legal concerns
located n i's boundaries aud in tint
respect Gnuts Pass comes promimntly
to the front with a strong representa
tion of lejial taleut, to which line we
shall grant prominent space to W. C. :
Hale, this gentle-nan has he-Mi e-tab-lisehd
in onr city since S-ptember,
IIMXI, and from the tint has enjoyed
a lucrative practice. He occoiied the
bench for six years wun
Paid Up Capital Stock
Transacts a general Banking business.
Receives deposits subject to check or on demand oer- locates.
Our customers re assured of courteous treatment and every consideration
consistent with sound banking principles.
Safety deposit boxes for rent
J. Frank Watson, President
R. A. Booth, Vice-President.
L. L. JEWELL, Cashier.
DIXON BROS., D. D. S.
imminent iu cublic affairs for a large
I number of years. As a legal adviser
; he is one upon whom a large clientele
i depends, and his judgmint is much
,' sought ifter and closely followed.
; His ofllce is located in the First
i National Bauk building, and his per
sonal attention is devoted exclubively
to the interests of his clients. He is
Nature does not treat everybody
alike, she gives rretty teeth 'o some,
a : i . . .. .
"Jtf'Y;..-"""" "S .'"'noimtar iu both parofessional and
pretty month is made repulsive bv .'"' " -
u lv teeth. It is the profe-sion pf highly esteemid.
theDixou Bros, to sapply iu teeth. vihht vatkivit rank
that which natnre has denied, and FIRST NATIONAL BANK
that they are doing it successfully is I or aonuiein uregon.
attested by the large number of i Grants Pass is indeed fortunate In
patrons who make op their practice, the sound financial basis on which her
They have an elegant suite of rooms banking institutions are placed. There
ou Sixth street, where all kinds and : is no oue element in the community
styles of denistry is executed by the ! which contributes rrore to its ultimate
very latest methods. The operating strength aud soundness than a well es-
1B 1 1 " ) . K
USE OUR ELECTRIC IRON
And Do Your Ironing in Half the Time.
One of our customers said recently "I never realized
how much time I lost changing irons and going back
and forth between the stove and the ironing board
until I tried the Electric Iron ". : : : :
F . ..t.. ... . ,J.. ... . ... i,,
An Electric Iron is always hot and can be regulated
to just the right heat. With current at 10c a kilo
watt the monthly expense is very small. , Call on or
telephone the office and our representative will call
n you. : : : : : : : : :
Condor Water & Power Co.
rooms are thoroughly equipped with
all i he necessary apparatus aud
modem appliances. They have been
established here for the past fonr
years and are well known to all
THE NEW PALACE HOTEL.
The hotel accommodations of this
city nra of a high order, and are a
gret credit to i lie community and
the' iiiaimg r'. In this respect we
wish to refer particularly to the hos
telrv operated by W. S. Wood, xhis
is a centrally locatid house, contain
ing some 40 rooms, all of which are
furnished and tiit-d in the most ap
proved manner. The dining room
has a carefully arranged appearance,
aud th'? menu is given patticulur at
tention, the tatl-s being supplied
with everything the market affords.
Mr. Wood personally sees to the
management of the institution, and
uither he or any of his attendants
spare any pains iu making the guests
sojourn here a comfortai le one. Mr.
Wood is a hotel man of experience
having bt-en lucated at this poiut some
F. W. SCHALLHORN.
Ability aud energy when rightly
directed are winning qualities every
t mi, aud tobacco being one of the
! foremost coiumolii les of commerce in
the modem world a' d largely a daily
nature since the inception of the luxury vvitti too male contingent of
establishment some six years 'go it the population, makes it a business iu
has stea.lily grown and now gives em- which ability aud energy pay. A gen
ploymeut lo alKiut a dozeu people. tleuian ho recognizes the luiportauoe
I-avo orders at Courier office.
J. E. PETERSON
FlRL, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
" ' ,'.-' v-.-;v I f l i..,-,,- .
GRANTS PASS HUNDRY.
'. ont Uig Horn llaain Land Co.,
Anchor Wire Force.
H. I. KyauliU
II. J. LSKtoH
Reynolds & Luton
MEN AND SURVEYORS.
HOUGH & P.LANCHARD.
The nieiuliers of the legal profession
of thl city are nottsi for their thrift
and energy, aud among those promi
nent in active practice it would uot 1
amiss to mention the gemleiueu who
I head this sketch. Tiny are geuetal
i practiouers of every brauch aud are ex
ceptionally well vers-d in -very de
: partuieut of their profession, Ixith be
; ing geullemeu of marked ability. A
, C. llouMh, the senior meiuUr "of the
Orm. is the preseut iucomlx-ut rf the
, office of City Attorney. Mr. Blanch
' ard comes to us from Couucil Bluffs,
J la .where he was engaged in the prac-
f it-.wir.n i ,i0, Ul" lwfessiou for a number of
Ul K"" .vara. He is a graduate of tt law
' school of the University of Michigan.
ChsmberUin'l 0.h RmJy ths Molhsr'i j
The soothing aud heatlug properties I
of.tbis'remedy, ita pleaaaat taste audi
prompt aud permaueut cures have
made it a favorlU with people every-1
where. It is especially priaeil by
mothers of small children, for colds, 1
croup and whooping cough, as it al
ways affords 'qoioa relief, and as it
contains uo opium or other harmful '
drug, it way be given as confidently
to a baby as to an adult. For sale by j
KINNEY & TRUAX.
The nierchantlle establishments of
Grants Pass are srdeudld specimens of
the progress aud development of this
section. Substantial business houses
are located here and are reallr charac
teristic of the town. Oue of 'the most
popular is that operated on Sixth street
by Messrs. Kinney Truax. They op
erate a large doublo store, stocked to
rt-pl'tioo with a large and varied line.
On one side is found even-thing iu the
way of ladies' ear, as "well as the
best selected stocks of shoes for men,
of 1 1 icing before his customers ouly
the bes in his line Is K. V. Sohall
horn, who ia located on the corner of
Front and Sixth streets, where a full
and will selected stork Is carried. Two
months ago he sure eded 1P. Johnson
at this point, and now is the recipient
of a steadily increasing trade.
J. E. PETERSON.
There are many prosperous real
estate firms in this territory, and they
certaiul a fill much needed want in
every commuuiiy. They are always
to be found foremost in the upbuild
ing and promoting of the best inter
ests of Ibeooontry. A gentleman of
whom this is true in Grauts Pas is
J. E. Peterson, whose office is lo
cated at the corner of Sixth and E
street. He has been operating in onr
midst for over 90 years, aud is an
authority npou Josehoine County
property, the values of which he is
quite familiar with. He also places
insurance in some of the reliable
companies, notable among which are
the Phoenix of Hartford, the German
American, the Home of New York, as
will as several others. There la
large field open in this section for
both the amall investor a'nd the cap
italist, and the services of Mr. Peter
son will be fonnd most valuable to the
tablished and reliable bank. The!
above institution, which is the subject ,
of this sketch, has for a number (ot j
years stool for all that ia highest in:
financial rir les, and a great deal of
the permanent prosperity of the city !
is due to this institution The First
National Bank of Suuithe'n Oregon i
dnea a general banking business in all
iis forms, and the trust and esteem
with which this house is held by all
who have had dealings with it have
gone a long way toward maintaining
its high position In this city. Its offi
cers are meu of ability, and their name
at the bead of th's institution is ample
proof of its stabilitv. The directors
are H O. KinreT, John D. Fry, P. H.
Harth. J. T Tuffs . R. A. Booth, J.
C. Campbell, and H L. Uilkey. The
latter gentleman being the cashier.
The institution is capitalized for
$,"(), 000 and the surplus and undivided
profits reach $27,500. This institution
maintains an influential position in
the business circls of Grants Hass and
is a recognized comer stone of our city.
Only One Tubular
The Sharpies Tubular Separator is the only
tubular cream separator made.
Have supply cans hardly waist high a simple
bowl wholly enclosed, self oiling gears a
single ball bearing and the world's record
for clean skimming and easy turning. Let me
explain it and give you a catalog.
Rogue River Creamery, Bedford, Ore.
C. E. MAYBEE.
Among the legal fraternity of Grants
Pa's there are a number of meu of
eminent ability who should reoeive
special mention at our hands. Among
these we desire to make reference to
C. E. Mar bee, whose office is in the
building at the corner of Sixth and F.
He transacts a general law business
aud carries on considerable practice in
every line. He has bsen established
here for the past six years, coming to
Grants Pass from Pendleton. He give
his personal attention and his entire
time to bis numerous clients, thereby
assuring them that their interests will
brt carefally looked after. Since iden
tifying hltDBelf with the profession at
this point be has handled many im.
portaut cases satisfactorily to all concerned.
F. W. VAN DYKE,
of the pro-
In compiling a reviev
fessional and industrial interests of
tnis city as well as in giving promi-!
cent mention to the social and rduca
tioual interests, we feel that we i
should assign a prominent space to the l
above gentleman, who has been es-!
tablished in Grants Pass for over 23
years. His record has been a credit-!
able one, both as a medical man and ;
as a citizen. He is a native of the:
state of New Jersey, and a graduate !
from the Bellevoe Hospital Medical i
College, and his studies have been 1
oontinoed through life, be having j
availed himself of instruction in
foreign Institutions as well. He
takes great interest in all mrsical
lines, beiug an accomplished player. ;
and is a gentleman of high standing :
in the community.
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THAU ALL OTHER
The Most Marvelous TaMof
Machine Ever Constructed
"It reroaucs the bums
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of the orluiul
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NEW TWENTIETH CENTURY CYLINDER RECORDS
Half Foot long
BtitemM for (taurine Pu-rfct
A erfect ftubstltott for the Orchestra ,
Must h hear' te he appredatea
FRED'K D. STKICKER. M. D.
Among the physicians and surgeons '
of Urauts Past is oue who should
reoeive special mention in chronicling
a review of the professional interests, j
vix , Fred'k D. Strieker. This gen
tleman possesses those attributes of
skill aud professional knowledge
which gain confidence and foster es
teem, aud it is these qualities which
have contributed to the full measure
of success that baa been accorded him,
His office is located
Temple, and his suite
most modern nianuer.
a graduate of the De;
Medicine of the Oass
also of the Grace Hosp
native ot Michigan and has been lo
cated in Grants Pass for something
over three vears.
Tor Sals hy mtr Everywhere and at
the Mores the
Columbia Phonograph Company.
creator of the TalUn. Machine Industry
wer of the fundamental Patent Laroett Manufacturers lo the World
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371 Washington Street, PORTLAND, ORE.
Trade that old Bicycle in on
A GOOD TALKING MACHINE
If you have a Talking Machine
trade it in on a large up-to-date one.
$1 RECORDS FOR 60c
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