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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON. MARCH 30, 1906. ,
X LAUKKL 0K0VE X
Harrjr Day ii farming for Owar A.
Grandma William in on the nick lift
Fred Weathsrbe is timtiuK his aunt,
Mrs. Emily Day.
Everybody is huny roakiag garden,
as Kiriug has come.
Cigars are plenty through there at
it is neariug primary olcctiou.
Our school is progressing nicely
with Miss Mary Wood as teachfr; the
children all report well of her.
All oar crops are looking fine and if
lata ruins hold out we will charter a
car next Fall to Portland.
All are planting garden at present,
they seeming to think Bpring has
come. We hope they are right.
There seems to be coo gars in the
vicinity of Powell's creek, bot Done
around here, at least we dun t see any
Fred Enoz is oot for commissioner
an the repnblioan ticket. The writer
thinks he will run for justice of the
peace. He would if the ladies could
Ed Swlndea bas been looking for
his cattle of late. Range is getting
4tKd in this valley and most all stock
Ule will soon be driven back to the
Mr. and Mn. Jeff Lindsay were
pleasantly surprised on last Thursday
might by the young folks of Marphy
gaad Lanrel Orove. They are a lively
et out here and would surprise most
anybody when they take a notion.
A panther tried to hold up the stage
between Grants Pans arid Williams
aim day of this week, bot being a
nut I one, it was captured and taken
on as a passenger, for the city. Ed
my be is going to make a pet of it
for his boy.
Elinor Williams loft for Wildervllle
cms day this week to commence work
for Andrew Slioehim on his large
Soe 11. B. Hendricks for good lnr
wstments in town or cojintry property
or paying gold mines) live years in
tiie real estate business. lie routs
tmi ni', negotiates loans on good lu
vatmoiits and writes instiranna in the
Oregon Mutual at "living" rates.
ODkw on ground floor opposite post
office, U rants Pass, Ore.
Old Picyoles taken in exchange
on new Wheels at Cramor Pros.
Underwood Typewriter agent. A.
Dress Goods Dept.
Pure Irish Linen
BLKAC1IK1) AND NATURAL
19c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c.
Uig Stock just roocivi'il
All latest stylos
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25
All Wool 2d inch Panamas, all
Big lot new Challies.
lialatias Clotus 12'C
25(f Dress Satteeus 15' q
25 Wool Finish Cotton Serpe Suitings 15
35 pieces Mercerized silk-finish Waistinjjs and Suit
ings worth from 35c to 50c 25 C
Big lot Silk Embroidered Ladies' Collars, reduced to 12 (
. . .
: w 1 3i e n !
Hie sunshine is a welcome visitor
Mr. Moors is on the sick list at this
Sevpral cases of grippe are reported
in this vicinity.
Jesse Neathamer did business in
John Od' n was seen out driving
with 'be Indies lust week.
Mr. Milton preached at the Mave
Creek School house last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Neathamer S)Dt
several days at Wllderville last week.
The farmers are busy plowing their
gardens and getting' ready for plant
ing. Will Hillis and Emma Neatbamor
took in the dance at Gold Hill last
Dave Jones, the Woodville mer
chant, was seen on our streets Thurs
day delivering gtydn.
Mrs. O. W. Miller and daughter
Gladys made av flying trip to Grants
Pass the last of the week.
J. D. Oden, of Klamath Falls, is
spending several weeks with relatives
and friends at this place
Mr. Thompson, our genial merchant
and postmaster, is fencing and im
proving his farm near Wimer.
Several of our progressive farmers
are sowing considerable alfalfa this
Advertised . Letter.
Following is the Hot of letters re
maining uncalled for in thx Grants
Pass Postoflloe for the week ending
March 81, IDOfl:
Byrd, Chas H. Boilean. John W.
Cary, It L, Coin, John,
Cross, J C, Cully, Mrs Etta,
Daninls, C D, Freidman, L 8,
Fortriede, H A, Grimes, Mrs, M A,
Gibson, W H. Glace, A D,
I lender T, Koht, Jones, J D
Jvirs, J V, Kopiske, H C,
Lent, Frank, Morgan, MiHs Helen
Marsden, H H, Murphy, W L,
Mitchell, Mrs Fred, Masterson. Corliss,
Marshall, Mrs L, Mcoy, William,
Parker, Miss Helen, Koyse, Sylvester.
Tarenner, K Weiss, Gns,
Simpsou, W B, Smith, Mrs Lizzie,
Km i tli. Miis M A, Williams, Mrs Mar
Wolkes, Winnie Williams, Mrs J K
Yancey, E H,
O. E. HARMON, P. M.
Bicycle Tires and Repairs at Cramer
Hie latest hit "Silver Heels" at the
i WILDER VI LLE
Mr. and Mrs. Chart's McCann s
babe bas almost recovered from its
I Wumia auum tinan .1 1 a-11 . . ,
Froit proKpeots are fine and small
grain is lookiug well.
H ialth of this community is good at
this writing. There were a few cases
of sore throat but all O. K. dow.
Leo Sams and John Lewis com
menced cutting logs for the Williams
saw mill Wednesday of this week.
J. M. Hocking reports Canada
pretty cold. He says the sidewalkc
were so tlick a man had to be sober to
stand up. s
In working with spray mixture last
week Webb Roberts scalded his foot,
but it takes more than a scalded foot
to lay him up as he is quite a rnstler.
One of the boys working at the
shingle mill in handling shovel
about the machinery got a gash cut in
his face, bat he was not seriously
Arthur Eriokson has Jbeen working
at a logging camp, seven miles from
Fall City in Polk county. He reports
18 inches of snow on the level and
also that lie ia down with measles.
The members of ths Woman's
Christian Temperance Union met Wed
nesday afternoon at the churoh in
Wilderville to consider means of sap
pressing the liquor traffic Oh, if we
could only do something to pot down
that monster ourse, strong drink, that
is dragging people down, down, down.
The 22d of this month being J. W.
MoColluui's 66th birthday, several
of the neighbors gathered in and held
a working bee at his place and made
quite a showing in bis clearing Of
oourse the women went along with
eatables and a most enjoyable day was
spent. It was a complete surprise on
Mr. and Mrs. McCollom.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mrs. C. S. Hobbs to R. W. Clarke,
Lqts7and8; to Fred Cheshire, Lot
9; to W. L. Ireland. Lot ,10; all in
Block 6, Original Townsite.
Mrs. Eliza J. Hustler to Alva H.
Guunell, all Of Block 87 aud Lots 15,
l, 17, and 18 iu Block 61, Original
Nannie Naucke to Martin L.
Friend, Lot 11 in Block 28, Original
The above sales were made through
the REAL ESTATE AGENCY OF
JOSEPH MOSS. 610 E street. See
him for bargaius.
E. L. Coe Co.
15hQ BIG STORE
. . .a, i:
Men's and Boys'
Big Stock of Men's and Boys Suits
now on Salo at a
PER P CENT
in Ladies', Men's and Children's Hosiery
ALT HOUSE t
. Maxftie Spence is rejoicing for she
is recovering from a long illness of
two years. Her friends rejoice with
Mr. McCann is sheid of everyone
tb ia Spring; he already has vegetables
growing. Nothing like being up and
Miss Anna Fietter is employed to
teach the Althouse school. The pa
trons are all rejoicing that she has
been the one selected.
Mrs. Babcock had the misfortune to
have so many of her choice rose buds
frozen. We will norely wake !ud to
the fact that we certainly have some
The pleasant face of Lee Robinson
is missed from the Holland stage line.
Lee, what did you go off for, without
saying good bye, for we hope yon
The creamery is now a settled fact
for it is on the way to completion.
The owners expect to bave it in run
ning order by May 1st. Now, with a
railroad and creamery, who can Jsay
aught against Illinois valley?
Mr. Kitterman and son have been
working on their homestead, where
they have 20 acres of oreek bottom
land, 10 of this lays on Althoase
Creek and the rest on Illinois river.
They expect to plant their orchard
land to alfalfa this Sprins.
A stirring time is thought of in
the near future for a dramatic enter
tainment, associated with danoe,
will be given. The place has not
been settled on yet. bnt it is likely
that the creamery building will be
selected as the place has an upper
story and is intended for a public halL
"Who was that talking over the
phone?" was the comment of several
young ladies a few days ago. Surely
Irish from his dialect and threatening
the life of a fellow being, too. What
more horrifying? "Young man, there
awaits an awful penalty for those
who do murder. Yon might have to
be put where the daffodils will for
ever wave over yon, and waste their
fragranoe on the air. Consider this
question deeply and beware !"
Oh, well now, sunshine and flowers.
What more refreshing? I fail to un
derstand yet where our weather
prophets have redeemed themselves.
A more delightful Winter could
never be thought of. Just enough of
sunshine, just enough of rain, just
enough of snow to be a little gain,
yes, aud I want to thank a Kerby
friend for being on my tide about the
weather for I began to feel embarras
sed when the sunw made its appear
ance; one thing certain, this Kerby
friend knows a hard Winter when he
sees it. Happy-Go-LocKy.
ii u o o :
Lr.rn Hammond is on the sick list
Mr. Culp of Leland visited at Tun
nel 9 Monday.
Be cureful next Sunday, its April
Ut; donf lie a "fool."
Some of our farmers are plowing
already for Spriug crops.
J. O. Carter, foreman of the Jap
extra gang, left Fridsyfor Eugene.
Clabe Triplett loaded a car of wood
Saturday to ship south. He ships to
Ashland and to Grants Pass.
Mr. Crow was at Hugo Wednesday
reminding us that it is again time to
"work roads" or "iig.op" that three
S. F. Stine and son, W illie, have re
turned from Klamath Falls and will
o ake this their Summer headquarters.
They say this country beats Eastern
Mr. Peterson has cleared quite a
large tract of land this Winter, mak
ing all timber large' enough into stove
wood. He now has his Winter's wood
a year ahead.
Howland & Cook are making prepar
ations to start their saw mill on
JumD-off-Joe. They have a lumber
yard at Three Pines spur from where
their lumber is shipped.
S. C. Ribbler.
' The following is the Roll of Honor
for March of the Kerby school:
Ida Hanson, Elsie Stith, Alice Han
son, Ethel Woodcock, Wesley Wood
cock, Ralph Feheley, Teracy Stith.
Ada Morrison, Addie Hart.
Number enrolled, 23.
LOUISE F. GUTHRIE,
Average nirmber pupils belong
ing 21. Average daily attendance, 20.
Roll of Honor for term, Elsie Stith.
Martina Maurer, Elsie Turner,
Katherine Maurer, Mamie Turner,
Daina Duncan. These pupils were
perfect in attendance for the whole
term. Average number pupils be
Prof. W. A. Henry and Miss Helen
Willis gave a recital for their pupils
latt Friday evening at St. Luke's
Guild hall. This reoital was much
enjoyed by the goodly number who
Best in the World for
$2.5Q and $3.5Q
Ladies' Majestic Shoe
Welts and Turns and Oxford Ties,
Tans and Blacks.
All New Spring Styles
NOv $1.99 NOW
Misses' & Child's Shoes
Fine Vici Kid, Patent Tip,
Low Heel, Tan arjd Black,
Shoes and Southern Ties
5 to 8 Size
8tf to 12 Size
13 to 12 Size
It 1 L li 1 A 'l S3
Jessie Goteher, Jr., took two loads
of beef to Grants Pas last week.
Eri Bineaman and family made a
business trip to the city ths first of
nvid Johnson of Klamathon, Cal.,
is visiting friends and relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. Janes Smith of Up
per Williams are visiting the latter's
mother who is very ill at Jackson
ville. John Spariin and brother Harve,
'.eft here Thursday for Stratup. Wash
ington, where they intend to make
T. Summer and family of Myrtle
creek moved here last week, where
they will be employed at the Knox &
Hacket mil' during the Summer.
BUSINESS POINTER. S.
Physician and Dentist.
Dr. M. C Findley.
Oculist, Aorist, licensed optician.
Goto Coron for Plumbing.
2 $25 Bicycles at Cramer Bros.
M. Clemenb. prescription Druatrist.
A Gentleman's smoke the Stage
The best advertisers patronize the
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron'i
Order seals and rubber stamps of
A. E. Voorhies.
Pat tans Sun Proof Paint get prices
at Cramer Bros.
For a e'eau bed and a good meal
try the Western Hotel.
35 out of 40 or 87 per cent hatch
with a Petaluma Incubator at Cramer
Placer and quartz location notioes
mine deeds, leases, etc., at the
Do you know that Dr. Wilson's Sar
saparilla is good for the blood? The
Model Drug Store sells it. 3-16 St.
Grants Pass Tailoring Company
have bought goods at 60 cents on the
dollar, and offer the same as low as
f 18, in a suit. Trousers fl.50. 12-15 tf
The Garmen-Hemenway accounts
have been placed in m hands for
collection. All persons g knowing
theniHelves to be indebted to tne above
firm are notified to call at the Grants
Pass Banking aud Trust Co., and
make imoiediate settlement.
2-30 4t E. S. VEATCH.
Cracked Oyster shell aud Diamond
chick Feed at Cramer Bros.
A Shoe with
a record that is
t0 IS months
hard wear with
out a break. '