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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, APRIL 6. 1906.
Count, ittigh and meamre mrylhing you
huy." America ttroetr.
The wreath of QUALITY to
those things that have real
The White House Grocery
endeavors to handle only
those things that are pure,
good and wholesome.
Today we are selling the
largest package of Mush
(rolled wheat) in the city for
10c per package while they
HotCake Flour, large 6ks, 454
Pure white strained Honey
Heinz Apple Butter, in bulk,
15(j; per pound.
Garden Seed1 of all kinds.
Onion sets. White and Yel
low. t)an vers.
For that tired feeling take
Ileinz or Blue Label Catsup.
The C. & S. Coffee House.
Ce.ndido.ie for the Penitentiary.
John Jarvey, the young roan np be
fore Justice ClementB last week cn a
charge of committing burglary in the
residence of H 0. Perkins, and who
is now in the comity jail awaiting lug
trial in the circait court, is quite cer
tain to be given a long stay at Salem
by Judge Hanna." Before Jarvey came
to "rants Pass last week he was at
Merlin where he did enough to give
him two or three more years iu the
penitentiary. W. A. Williams of that
place wrote to Justice Clements that
the fellow forced an order on a farmer
and git qoite a sum of money and he
also borrowed $4.6!) of Mr. Williams
representing that he was cutting wood
Ton want to go to Cramer Bros on
Saturday, April Tth, and see the ex
hibition with the Omega Separator.
which is good for that
tired feeling you have
complained of is now
will fill the bill and
make you feci like a
new person. $1 per
bottle; six bottlts, $5.
(Jet it at
The Model Draft Store
Wo have the following goods that we are
SELLING AT LESS THAN COST
Do you believe it ? We presume you do hot
you have been deceived too often by such talk.
Well, to prove our assertion, come in and look
CORSETS, LACES. KIISBONS,
RIBBONS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
DRESS LININGS, TABLETS,
COMBS, BRUSHES, ETC., ETC.
If we cannot satisfy you that the above assertion
is true we will pay you for your time. Come in
in and we will save you money.
M. E. MOORE.
Front St., first door east of, Hyde's.
Banner Prtterns at V2 Price.
Items of Personal
Miss Holloway of this citv began j
the Spring term of school at Kerby j
Dr.'E. H. White of Glendale spent J
Thursday in town visiting his parent j
and old friends. j
J. X. Law fell from ladder while
painting at Ishatn's Bros.' dwelling,
8erioasly fracturing bis ankle. ;
Miss lone Scott leaves for San Fran- j
cisco Satordty. where she will reside ,
with her mother and attend school i
Albert Schmidt leaves tomorrow for j
the southwest part, of the county (
where he will spend the Summer pros- i
Bryoo Lee, who is in the employ of
the S. P. Company's construction
gang at Wolf Creek, is io town for a
"j. W. Howard came op from San
Francisco this week and is spending a
few days in the city looking after bis
business! nteress's. ' j
City Marshal McGrew and Ex- j
Marshal Finch were at Jacksonville j
Monday, where they were summoned j
as witnesses in a criminal case before
Judge Hanna in the circuit court.
Mips Fannie Cheatham returned
Wednesday to Portland, where fhe is ,
employed in the Impel ial Hotel, after
spend in? two weeks on a visit with
her aunt. Mrs. Fayes, who resides
near Murphy. j
Mrs. Dora Cleveland and daughter, 1
Marguerite started Thursday for Con
oordia, Kan., where they expect to i
spend the Summer with Mrs. Clere- j
land's father and mother,' whom she
has not seen for 17 yeBrs.
Charles Wickstrom drove in from
his Evans Creek mine Monday to
bring to this city O. C. Moyer and
his eon, Kdward, who had been on a
visit at his home for the previous
week. Mrs. Wickstrom is a daughter
of Mr. Moytr, who resides near Yank
ton in Columbia county.
Miss Ruth Loveridge of Eugene has
bought out the Clevenger art gallery
and business and has been spending
the wetk in making improvemens pre
paratory to opening the galley for
work. Miss Loveridge has-spent 'a
numb' r of years in'portrair. hologra
ph? work and has been with Dorris
of Eugene in her studio. Miss Lover- j
idge will open for business next week. :
Heat Is the First Law of Life,
Stimulance he First Law
Directions with each can for making
Tamales, Eiichilades, Chill Con Came
and Spanish Beuns, etc.
PURITY AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO
FOUR CONSECUTIVE SEASONS
Grandma's Spanish Pepper has re
ceived the highest awards at the
California State Fair for puiity and
It is fiee from acids or any foreign
properties to preserve it. It is a cotu
binttiou of herbs, seeds, cereal", oilH
and peppers, prepared hy a special
I rocess. It gives the delicious flavor
of the real old Spanish cooking, that
lias so long been famous. The effect
to the system is superior to any tonic
prescribed ; it creates a normal heaj;
without hnrning, a proper stimulance;
wit' oat irrtating; the greatest neces- i
sity for the proper digestion and as
similation of food. No seasoning
on the market is as valuable to you.
If j-ou like it, tell your friends, aud (
use it at least three times a week. :
For ale by
SMYTHE'S ROGUE EIVER COFFEE MARKET' 1
! " CALLS FOR WARRANTS
Fund on H&nd to Pay War- j
re.nte Protested to January I
1st. 1903. 1
There are funds in the treasury to
pay all warrants protested to January
1, 1903. Interest will cease from this
date. J. T. TAYLOR,
Treasurer of Josehpine County, Ore.
April 6, 1906.
Fined for Disturbing ex School.
The quiet village of Leland was the
scene Monday of an arsanlt and bat
tery on the school teacher. Dnring
the day the teacher, Miss Jessie Sto
Till, had occasion to punish a son of
Mrs. Emanda Shively. So soon as
school closed the irate mother of the
alleged perfect boy made ber appear
ance and proceeded to slap the 'see
and pull the hair of the teacher.
Tuesday forenoon Mr. LuttereU came
to Grants Pass and swore cut a war
rant before Justice Clements for the
arrest of Mrs. Shively who was
brought in that afternoon. She at
first vowed she would not l lead gnilty
but on the advice cf the justice she
took the better way and plead guilty,
when she was let oft with a $10 fine,
which she paid. As she is a poor
widow she was not taxed with the
oosts, which, the county will pay.
She promised to behave herself and
to let the teacher run the school as
she thought best.
New. Spring goods arriving every
day. All the latest novelities at Mrs.
E. Rohkopf & Co. 4-6tf
"Never take a'Dare" the topic of
the evening sermon at the Biutist
church. A special sermon to child
drt'n in the morning with illustra
tions. Adults not excluded.
Newman M E. Church
"Assuming Our J3rotherly Respon
sibility. Does It Pay?" is the theme
of the pastor for Sunday morning.
Sunday is Palm Sunday and the
week is known throughout Christen
dom as "Passion Week. 1 Servies ap
propriate to this ween will be heM in
this church each night except Satur
day. The intention is to follow the
last week of the earthlv life of our
Lord. Toplo for Snodav evening
"Christ s Triumphal Entry into
Jerusalem. ". All are welcome to
Presbyterian Church. !
Throughout next Sunday the cue J
general theme will te ' The Grace of
Sub topics i
II n. m. "Dm t Quit." I
7 :fl0 p. m. "Look for and Find out 1
the Bright Side of vour Failures."
In addition to the usual music the
following special features mil be
11 a. m Anthem "God is Our
Refuge," Choir. '
7:30 p. m."Coine unto Me, "Ladies
7:30 p. ni. Anthem "Sometimes a
Light Surprise," Choir.
A cordial invi:ation to these meet
ings is extended the public, especially
get results in
New Shirt Waists. . Prices cannot
be met at Mrs. E. Rhkoj)f & Co.
Remember to buy tickets on Tuesday,
April 17th for the Dixie Jubilee Con
cert, Thursday April 19th.
Send the Courier to vour friend, so
he can learn the facts in regard to the
f-r.ii:rus Koai:c River Vallcv.
Mr. anl Mrs. A. E. Voorhies were
visited Friday, by a former school
friend, Mr. C. Peterson, of Manistee, '
1 Mich., who has btcn spi udiiug the
Winter in the We.
Miss X Miller I a e-iaMMied
a stimp r.l.0'0 ga'lory in fin Cn rier
ruildiug. lhi uirmr room orrrOal-hi'-:'-,
ki.j will bu reudy f . r ucHiiieas
' fet wreit.
Tile li;,-iiei'cf the Giiriuen-Heiren-way
ftork of goods was toovrd to
. Cottage Grove last week, with the
exoci tlon of tl e goods, belonging to
H. M. White, who had itock in the
company. These goods are being sold
by M. E. Moore.
There is a niovemeut on foot for the
organisation of a Commercial Club,
witii the membership fee placed at
lino aid with a limit of 100 members.
Committees are not securing names
and already a large number of signa
tures l.avo leeu seccred.
Men Put Sixty in Dingtr.
Mure than half of mankind over CO
years of sge saffer from kidney and
bladdi r disorders, nsnally enlargement
of rrot-tate glacd. This N both pain
ful and dannerous. and Foley's Kid
ney Ccr should le taken at the first
rign of danger. a it correr-t irregu
larities and has cored many old men of
this disease. Mr. Roduev Bornett,
Kork Fort, Mo , writes: "I soffer'd
with enlarged rostate xlaid and kid-
uey trouble for years and after taking
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure I
, feel better than I have for 80 year.
; although' I am now M years old "
; for sale by H. A. Rotermund.
K a Uriel Kecord or X
I Local Events, jj
It is quite probable that Josephine
countv will vote cn the prohibition
question at the June election, as peti
tions are now being circulated in the
various precincts to that effect. If the
number of voters are secured, as re
quired by law, then the county clerk
will put the question on the ballot a ad
then it will be voted as to whether
the county shall have saloons or not.
L. B. Akers. an A pplegate farmer
was in Grams Pass Wednesday. Mr.
Akers bought the farm .on which he
lives a year ago nd be and his wife
are making of It a comfortable home
and getting it in shape to bring tbem
a good income. His farm is on Boll
creek and he is the last settler up that
valley. ' Coyotes and cougars are
numerous in the bills back of hia
place, be states, the coyotes being in
suoh numbers that they kill his
poultry and piga and make it Impos
sible to keep goats, for which there is
a fine range on the hills about bis
farm. He inteuds to begin a war of
extermination on these bold marauders
and will pot out poison for them.
City Recorder C. H. Clements has
had a good run of business in the
criminal Hue this week. Tuesday he
had four assault and battery cases
which terminated ' in his imposing a
fine of $15 each on Bob Colvin, A. J.
Kennedy and George Murry, which
they paid. W. T. Pattoo on his prom
ise to take the jag cure and that he
had paid a 3S fine three weeks ago
was let off under a snspenrled sen
teuce. Three other pugilistic inolined
fellofts, not having the r ady cash,
have joined Street Commissioner
Gilflllan's street improvement club
for a few days work in making the
streets of Grauts Pass more tidy in
appearance. The rule now in Re
corder Clements oourt is for (he
drunk to pay his flue, take niedioine
or work ( o the stree's.
Hoyt for Treasurer.
Ralph V. Hoyt, candidate for state
treasurer upon tl e republican ticket,
enjoys an excellent reputation
throughout the-state as a consistent
worker for the interests of the party.
He rossesses special qualifications as
custodian of large, sums of money and
if he should be chosen for the pest is
cure to administer the affairs of the
state trfastirer's office with safety aud
fidelity to the int rests of the state at
large. Mr. Hoyt belleyel most em
phatically in allowing all the country
lianks to hove a share in the handling
of the tax' run uey collected in the
different counties. His selection hi
standard bearer for trenureri-hip
would, in the general estimation of
tholeiid rs, be good politic s and re
flect credit upon the rank and file of
the party. He is in no s-'nso devoted
to special interrsts and his li it'll stitid
ing in the business community pro
claims him as an absi luti lv i lau
man, being actuated by a proper sense
of his citizenship and duty to the
state in laying claim for this honor.
Pirating folcy's Hcney and Tr.
Floey & Co , Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat aud lung
remedy, Bnd cn account of lh great
merit aud popularity of Folcy'n
Honey and Tht many imitations are
offered for the genuine. Ask for
Foley's Honey aud Tar and refuse any
substitute offered as no other preara
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children aud
delicate p. rsons. For sale by II. A.
Petal 11 ma Inoubatois aud Brooders
at Cramer Bros.
Sack Suit Style
The more you look, for a handsomer, or
more stylish, or bettor mado suit than this,
the more you wont find it.
Its a Hart, SclinlTner & Marx variety, and
there's nothing to equal it anywhere in 'this
town but in this store or on our customers.
We sell Hart, SehaiTner ifc Marx clothes
bceauso they make them this way.
They'ro strictly all-wool; no mercerized
cotton clveat with that label.
We are ready with the finest Easter show
ing of Men's SuiU and wearables you ever
saw in (irants Pass.
Geo, S. Calhoun Go,
Outfitters to Hoy and Man.
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
News Notes From the Business
Men to Readers.
Lawn Mowers, new stock on hacd at
Grandma's Spanish Pepper on kale
at Smythe'a, 25c per can. 4-6 It
For the Blood Dr. Wilson's Sara
parill at the Model Drug Store. 3-16 8
"Silver Heels" at the Musio Store.
You can get 24 stamp pictures ft r
26c, at Miller's studio, Courier block.
Just recieved Oraudma'a Spanish
Pepper at Smythe.'a. 4-6 It
Hoe;, Rakes, Spades and other gar
den tools at Cramer Bros.
And atill I am insnring and selling
real estate at tbe old stand. J. E.
Pave you bought your Planet Jr.
garden tools? If not get them at
"Silver Heels," 26o. step in at the
Mnsio Store and hear it The present
supply is limited.
Dr. W. F. Kremer will hereafter be
in hia efflne iu the Courier building
from 7 to 8 o'olock each evening. 2-9tf
Poultry Netting will " keep the
chickens and small chicks out of the
garden. You cau get all widths at
Did you have an opportunity to try
Graodma's Spanish Pepper at the
Portland Fair, if not, get a can at
Smythe'i and try it. It is great.
We have a gasoline engine with
power to run a 4-ioch centrifugal
pump, or a S-stamp mill. You can
see it run; right piice. Oregon Tim
ber, Mining & Investment Co.
"Just pi nip Billie Clarke, printer,
that is all," is the way everyone
speakk of Wm. J. Clarke, candidate
for State Printer ou the republican
ticket aud "hose uame heads the list
of State Printer candidates to be
voted for ou primary day, April 20th.
Dr. A. J. Williams, Osteopathic
Physician, has opined offices at the
Western Hotel for the practice of his
profession. His card appears in an
other column of this paper. Many
wonderful cores have been made by
this school of practice and all persons
afflicted should avail themselves of
this opportunity to oonsnlt him.
VETTERLING DAVIS At Port
land, Ore., March 18, UHlfl, Charles
Vetterling, of Han Francisco, and
Mrs. Geitrude Davis, formerly of
Mr. and Mrs. Vetterling will reside
ROOT LOVIK At the Newman M.
E. parsonage, Monday, April 2,
HKXi, Dell A. Root and Miss Lena
Lovik, Rev. O. O. Beckmau officiat
THOMPSON t Greeuback, Ore.,
March !i, 1000, Mrs. Grace Summer
Ititirment at Williiiuis, Monday,
HAYMOND At the family home at
Rock Point on Thursday, March 20,
Benjamiu Haymnud, aged 77 years,
10 months aud 2 days.
The fuueral took laoe Sunday at
Rock Point and was largely attnned
by neighbors and pioneer friends of the
deceased. Mr. Haunond was a native
of West Virginia, crossed the plains
to Oregon in 1852 and in IBM oame to
Kogtie Klver Valley and settled at
Rock Point, where he has since re
sided. In early days he kept the stage
station and l e had been postmaster at
Kock Point for nearlv 40 years at the
time of his death. He opened a store
at Rock Point soon - after settling
there for the f0 years sinca he huccosh
fully engaged in the mercantile busi
ness, lie aa Im interested in mnnv
other important financial ventures and
ho left a lnrve estute. He h ft a wife
and fonr clnl Iren. Mr. .ilavni.nd was
an honorable, public snitted man, trne
to his fii-uda and j i't in his deal nus
and his duit'i is sincerelv mourned by
a very large imuiber of Irieuds.
The building season has
begun, and we would
call the attention of home
builders to the fact that
we can furnish all the
hardware for the home
in a variety of styles
and designs. We have
a well selected stock of
patterns, and are always
glad to submit an gesti
mate. We can also give your,
figures on Plumbing and
0ltl ViI1-vm' Ulock
Pattons Sun rroof Paints.
April 7, Saturday Meeting at Lee
school house at 7 :0 p. in. to co
operate in organizing a rural tele
phone company for lower Rogue
April 10, Tuesday Registration book
April 14, Saturday Meeting at Merlin
at 2 :!I0 p. in. to organize a rural
telephone company for lower Rogue
river aud Jump-off-Joe sections.
April 19th, Thurdsay Dixie Jubileo
Concert at Opera House.
April 20,lrlduy Orogon primary elec
tions for all parties.
June 4. Monday Oregon state and
In charge of M. Shoults,
who is an expert plumber.
He has a license' from the
city of Sacramento, Cal.,
which is evidence that he
understands his trade.
I have bought ct com-
plete stock of Plumber's
Goods and am now con
tracting. !et my esti
mates on your Plumbing.
I furnish everything con
nected with the plumbing,
W. A. Paddock
At the Bicycle Den
East of Depot.
Copyright I 906 by
IUrt Scl.sH'ner W Mux