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ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE IS, 190b.
The Strength of a
Ba?ik is shown,
1st, By its working capital
2nd, By its stockholders.
3rd, By its management.
First Hational Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON
Giants Pan, Orcfon.
Hat a Capital, Surplus
Undivided Profit $77,500.00
And an additional Stock
holders Liability (un
der the National Bank
ing Law). .... 50,000.00
Total Responsibility $127,500.00
John D. Fry,
P. H. Harth,
J. T. Terrs,
H. C. Kinney.
R. A. Booth. Pres.
3. C. Campbell, V. Pres.
H. L GlLKEY, Cashier.
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
WALL PAPER and
W.P.Sharman and E.F.LeMieux
SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J
Full stock of Wall Paper all designs
quality ana prices.
Paints, Varnlnhes, Oils. Brushes
rVi vd Artif-t 'jnr'!e.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Palace Barber Shop
BATES & WILLIAMS, Proprs.
Shaving, Ilair Cutting
Everything neat and clean and a
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J. E. Swinden and wife are sick.
Will Haberman made a trip to
Grants Pass last Saturday.
Grain is heading ont now and
promises to make a good yield.
J. B. Lindsay has purchased a new
cream separator and says bring on
yoor creamery now.
Some bay cut and farmers are all
ready to'ont hay, if it ever quits rain
ing, bnt when will that be?
Well, well, still everything is lively
at Laurel Grove. Box socials and!
dances Laurel Grove baa 'em. J
Things are qniet in onr burg since
election, some little change will be
made and we hope for the better.
Miss Lena Lindsay returned home
after an absence of four weeks work
ing for Mrs. Rezford of Applegate.
Gifford Enoz and Charles Oglesby
were out from Grants Pass visiting
their best girls last Saturday night
The sooial at Laurel Grove on last
Saturday night was well attended and
all report a jolly good time. They
took in abont $27 for the school.
" I will ask S. C. Scrbbler through
the columns of the Courier that if he
knows who I am, I would be pleased
to meet him any time. S. C, please
make yonrself known to me. will you?
Rates for Elks Convention.
Annnal Convention Grand Lodge
Benevolent aud Protective Order of
Elks, Denver, Colorado, July 17, 18,
19, 1906. Round trip tickets will be
on sale July 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 1906
at following rates : One way throagh
Portland, and one way through Cali
fornia, from Grants Pass, Medford
and Ashland, . 68.50. Both ways
through Portland, from Grants Pass,
163.95; from Medford, $64.90; from
Ashland, $65.80. Going limit July
19th; return limit, September 80th,
1906. Stopovers will be granted in
either direction within the transit
limit, except that no stopovers will be
allowed in California oa going trip.
A. L. CRAIG, G. P. A.
An Alarming Situation
frequenlty results from neglect of
clogged bowels ana torpid liver, until
oonstination becomes chronic. This
oondition is unknown to those who
use Dr. King's New Life Pills, the
best and gentlest regulators of stomach
and bowels. Guaranteed by all drug'
gists. Price 25c
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Still it rains. We were told that it
would cease raining after election,
bat it begin to sonnd a little like
politics before the election.
James MoFadden. who went to Cali
fornia last Fall to work for a mining
company, returned home in time to
cast his vote for Chamberlain.
W. H. Miller of Jacksonville with
bis wife and children are visiting
relatives and friends at Davidson, and
incidently looking after business
Joe MoFadden started for the
Frozen North on the evening of the
4th inst after casting bis first vote, j
He will go to Nome and may remain
there during next Winter.
L. C. Bayse, who held a position as
foreman at the God Drift mine daring
the part year, has moved to Farris
Gulch and will assist in working the
Layton placer this Summer.
Mr. Tompson and H. B. Luce the
miners will form a partnership to do
some general prospecting in this lo
cality. They are doing some work on
the old Black Lode from which a num
ber of pork eta bave been extracted.
Mr. and Miss E. J. Davidson and
daughter, Miss Pearl, started on their
way to Nome, Alaska, this week ; they
will stop off at Albany and Portland
on the way to Seattle. We hope that
their fortune may be speedily made
and trust to the enticing charms of
Southern Oregon for their return.
Why don't some of our old timers
who foretold the hard Winter through
the interpretation of swarms of yel
low jackets, tell ns why, or when it
was that we were blessed with such
a glorious rain fail as appears to be
oar lot to receive this Spring and
Summer? Is it because the people of
the Pacifio Coast were so prompt in
responding to the needs of the suffer
ers throughout the great calamity
that befell San Francisco and other
neigbborng ciities, that our crops are
beng watered from the clouds so as
to increase them several fold for onr
generous efforts bestowed? If not,
Death From Lockjaw
never follows an injury dressed with
Bocklen's Arnica salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Cbas. Oswald, merchant,
of RennBlaersville., N. Y., writes:
"It oared Seth Bnrcb, of this place,
of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever
saw." Cures Cuts. Woucds, Burns
and sores. 25o at all drug stores.
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Sam Hudson has returned from the
The cool weather baa been very un
favorble for rising little obiokena.
A new arrival at George Cbapin's
home it is a girl. G. W. is a proud
Prospecto's are getting thick in this
vicinity as this is a central location
T. J. Mackin keeps supplies for tbe
miners as cheap as can be bought in
Everything is progressingin this
vicinity. We have no sickness to re
port as fever is scarcely ever known.
A. A. Porter is building a new house
in place of the one that was burned
down recently. Mr. Penwell la one of
Election passed quietly. We tee the
county ticket is badly ohopped up.
We suppose it is tbe peoples' will.
Wide Awake went and voted and did
not have to have somebody mace out
Miss MoArthnr is the guest of Mrs.
George Chapin. She is one of the
Grants Pass young ladies, having
graduated in Grants Pass school re
ceiving the diploma and is now quali
fied for business.
Cloud juice in abundance. The sun
will shine for a part of a day then we
will have a shower, so one cannot
cultivate or make bay. Cutting of
the first bay crop has been postponed
so long that to secure the usual
amount of bay will make it late in
the season. Vegetables are doing
well and wheat never looked better.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tbe last 15 years,
and believe bim perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any obli
gations made by his firm. Walding,
Einnan & Marviu, Wholesale Drug
gist, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh
Core is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Good Things to Eat
WHILE IN CAMP
Many of you dread the task of getting a
meal while you are in camp for only a few
days because you miss the home conveniences.
We are prepared to serve you with good
things that are already to eat or so nearly so
that a few moments time will suffice to prepare
an appetizing meal.
Our Teas and Coffees are second to none
in the city.
Our canned goods bear the trade marks of
such firms as Campbell's, Libby's, Curtice
Bros., Van Camp's, etc.
Our Crackers and Cookies are put up in
5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c packages and are just as
clean, fresher and more appetizing than
"mother used to make."
We have Hard Tack and Sea Biscuit for
the real old army supper.
Smythe's Tea and Coffee Market
-A0 front Ntreet
Low Rates East
June 4, 6, 7, 23 and 25
Tell me where you want to go and I'll tell you
how best to get there and the cost.
I will also tell you why you should select one
of the famous fast trains of the Burlington
Route for your trip beyond St. Paul, Billings
r. w. FOSTER,
Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Cor. 8d A Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
TIE GOLDEN RVIE STOtE'S
BIG JUNE CLEARANCE
BEGINS SATURDAY, THE
AND CONTINUES for 15 DAYS
MANY ODD LOTS OF MERCHANDISE LEFT FROM THE SEASON'S SELLING
WILL BE SOLD AT HALF PRICE, IT IS HOUSE CLEANING TIME WITH US.
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
$12.00 China Silk Shirt Waist Suits 9.35
16 00 " " " " " 11.85
15.00 Tailor Suits 10-93
22.00 " " 1:5'00
1 Lot Brilliantine Skirts, colors brown and blue, worth
up to $2.75. d t JO
Clearance Sale Price p 1 'TC7
1 Lot Pure Wool Skirts, nicely tailored,
worth up to $4.00, Clearance Sale Price. pZ,tO
Ladies' Black Satteen Petticoats, to sell them out quick
45c 75c 9Sc
' 1 Bi" Lot worth up to $1.00, Clearance Sale -g
60 doz Bleached Towels, per doz 48c
Millinery almost given away
We want to sell every Hat we have left, and to do
this we realize what we have to do to clean them up
quick is to make the price so low you cannot help but
buy; in many instances Half Price and less.
Big Clearance Sale on
Nearly all colors and Widths buy them in this
sale at Half Price and less. You will bo sorry if you
don't get some of these Ribbons.
Notions almost given away
120dozPearl Buttons, worth 5c per doz, Selling Price.. 1$
360 Wire Hair Pins, all for 10$
Children's Handkerchiefs, each 1$
1 Full Case Best Calicoes Reds, Light and Dark
Blue, Grays, Black and White, per yard f)C
2500 yards LL Muslin in this Clearance Sale at
per yard i)C
Extra values in Men's Underwear Men's Shirts
and Drawers, gray brown and blue, each C
1 Lot Men's Hats, worth up to $2.00, Clear
ance Salo Price
Big Bargains in Men's and
Boys' Clothing, several odd
Hats at prices to clean them
up quick, we need the money,
you need the clothes.
Big Lot of Odd Pants, worth np to $2.00,
Clearance Sale Price