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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. JUNE 22. 1906.
Count, weigh and meaxvrt everything
fittV." American Grocer.
For everything good; in GROCERIES
from the Best BUTTER and CHEESE
to the finest canned Roods, In the citr.
We are the only HEADQUARTERS
for Chase and Sanborna TEA and
COFFEE in Graots Pass.
"Too can get along without good
COFFEE So can a wagon without
greese, bnt it goes bard."
Watch our Windows this
coming week for Special
It may do you good.
Attention 1 SOLDIERS of tbe O. A.
R t We have set apart a special plaoe
for your comfort in onr store with tbe
free use of the official war records as
compiled by the Secretary of War.
If in an argument and to prove yonr
assertion, come to the store and make
ose of the Sixty odd volumes of the
official war records.
Remember, you are welcome.
Ask any boy or girl they will tell
you where to find us.
Attorney A. O. Hough spent Sun
day in Medfurd.
Miss Bessie Wallace of Ashland,
came down Wenesday evening to visit
friends during the encampment
Miss Rhoda York of Portland
the week in Grants Pass
with her sister. Mrs. Fred Mensch.
. Miel Agnes Elene George visited ber
father; John George, and Miss Maude
Baber at Grant Pass over Sunday.
Mrs.' Mary McCarty, of Myrtle
Creek, who has been blind for about
a year, is in tbe Southern Oregon
Hospital . having her eyes treated by
T. B. Cornell returned Toesday
from an extended trip to the northern
part of tbe state. Mr. Cornell sinoe
selling his store in this city has been
looking np another business location
but as yet has not found a town that
suits him so well as Grants Pass and
he will probably continue his resi
taio, of Deer Creek Valley, tempor
arily residing at Welter & Schmidt
Bros' mill near Loves Station, and
she is a bright, capable young woman.
Mr. Scovill has been a successful
teacher, he recently closing a school
at Selma, bnt be will now engage in
1 the sawmill basinets, he having
' bought an interest in tbe mill be
i longing to John Hackett of this city
and Oscar Knox of Provolt The mill
is now being moved to
and Mr. Scovill and his bride will
reside for this Summer at the mill.
' He is an euergetio yonng man of fine
! character and he and his estimable
I wife should experience no difficulty
in proving that marriage is a suocess.
GALVIN GOOD At the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs
George E. Good in Grants Pass,
on Wednesday evening, June 31,
1906, Thomas Galvin and Miss Vera i
A. Good, Judge J. O. Booth officia
ting. Only the family were present, the
wedding being a quiet home affair.
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Gal
vin left for La Grande where they
will spend a week after wbic1 they
will return to Grants Pass where they
will reside. Tbe bride is the daughter
of Mayor Geo. E. Good and Mrs.
I Good and she is an estimable young
I ; A Brief Record of
Mrs. Nettie Kronse. rjresident of lady who lias a large cirole or mends
June 23, Saturday Meeting of fruit
growers at the Courier offloe at 1 p.
m. to organize a fruitgrowers union.
June 29, Friday Ice cream social on
lawn at Baptist church.
July 11-20, Southern Oregon Chautau
qua Assembly held at Ashlaud.
Kodaks Courier Building.
H St bet Cth and 7th
Perfect Satisfaction Always
Are you troubled with Bed
Bugs, Ants or Fleas, if so
get a bottle of our
It will destroy all of these
Ever notice one on the wall?
They're plainer than the
handwriting on some.
OUR BED BUG KILLER WILL
One Large Bottle 25c
Model Drug Store
in Grants Pas. who join with tbe
many friends of the groom In wishing
I them a long and happy life
Rich Mouutain Circle Mo. 4, Ladies
of the U. A. R., and Mrs. Frank
Reisaer, Mrs. J. A. Burliogame.
Mrs. George Forest and Mrs. Lorena
Gossntt, delegates, all of Eugene, were
here this week attending tbe State
convention of Ladies of the Grand
Army of Republic.
Mis9 Harriett Soovill. editor of the
Canyonville Echo, arrived in Grants
Pass ''Toesday evening and remained
notil Thursday to attend the wedding
of , her brother, J. Raymond Scovill
and Miss Oma Chastain. Miss Soo-
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Till I luailllK mt azvtiu uiio ui mo . , n . i .
. ' in a 'Saturday evening from Portland,
lively hustler for the upbuilding of
SOUTHERN OREGON PIAN-
! ISTE WHO SHOWS MERIT
Another One of Grant Pass'
' Young Ladies Winning
Miss Marjorie Einney arrived home
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
News Notes From the Business
Men to R-eidere.
can is on ber
She is one of
E. Duncan of Los An
her cousin, Mrs. C. E.
past week. Mrs. Dun
way to Dayton, Wash.
the many successful
farmers of the Palouee oountry
tag a large aoreage of wheat land.
She looks after her farming interest
while sbatfesides in Los Angeles and
enjoys the tropical Winters of the
J. A Slover returned Monday from
Marshfield where he went two months
ago with 1 view of locating in that
Hammocks from f 1 np at Cramer
Fruitgrowers of Rogue River Valley
find the Courier of special interest
Ed Browning, of Placer, who has
i hAAn almrwit tntallv blind fnr nvnr tvn
near Merlin; . . . .. . , .
ween, is naving ma eyes ireaiea Dy
Dr. Findley at the Southern Oregon
While at work at Myrtle Creek last
week, George Snow received a pain
ful injury caused from dropping a
railroad tie on his foot The injured
member is now getting along nicely.
Militarv Camp Ice Cream Social
will be given by St Luke's Boys'
Brigade, Wednesday evening, from
7 to 10, at St Luke's Guild Hall, and
on the grounds adjoining. All come.
Curtis & Co. fox Watches, Clocks,
Gold Rings and Jewelry, fine watch
repairing, engraving. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Come and see as.
I. O. O. F. Building, Grants ?ass,
The 9-year-old son of Conductor and
Mrs. E. P. Tynan fell from a loft in
the barn at bis home, while at play,
Sunday morning, and sustained a
oomponnd fracture of one of bis fore
arms. Roseburg Review.
There will be a celebration at New
Hopa on the Applegate two miles be
low Murphy on the Fourth. A fine
program is being arranged and a quiet
enjovable day will be had. The grove
is one of the best on the Applegate
and a fine spring will supply the only
beverage allowed on tbe grounds.
County CommisBioner-elect M. A.
Wertz moved his sawmill from on
Rogue river four miles west of the
mouth of the Applegate to a body of
timber on Brimstone gulch a mile
I from Leland. Mr. Werts expects to
' have his mill running by next week.
I The mill has a capacity of 26,000 feet
j per day.
Claude A. Riddle broke several
' bones in hi right hand at Madras last
: Sunday while playing baseball. He
1 wis catching behind the bat when the
I batter fcwuua at the ball, the bat
: striking the back of Mr. Riddle's hand,
where she graduated the previous
day with high honors from Portland
Academy. Miss Einney will con
tinue ber studies and she will leave
this Fall for California where she
will enter one of the colleges of that 1
Miss Einney has aohieved a high
own- ( jegrea 0f 8ncCe88 in her mnsioal ;
stadies and shows marked natural
aptitude ou the piano. I
Sunday's Oregonian gave a highly
nnmnlimnntarv notice of Miss Elnnev i
toother with a nictnre of the vonna Riddle was formely in the employ of
lrtv. the mention beta as follows: the Journal and for several
iMi v.nriairiimfiv iiinihtar nf ' bad charge of the Madras
H. C. Einney, of Grants Pass, who , Orook County Journal.
plaoe and in going into the drug busl- gave a reoital last Wednesday evening i ihe annual meeting of the Rogue
new, but he has concluded that Grants i Aeolian Hall, is a pianist who is ' River Baptist Association convened
Pass suits him quite well enough. . assured of a bright future. Her play-1 1 Medford Thursday and will be in
Marshfield is a good town, but Mr. . jng BUOws her to be possessed ot gesgion over Sunday. A program for
Slover found every line or business abundant mnsical temperment and . tnu fonr aaya embracing topics of in-
over-done and the prospects or tne ( poetical conception, with the neces-, terest to the Baptists of Rogue River
place becoming a great city is not so g8ry technical equipment and strength j Valley has been - arranged. Grants
certain, aa tne entnusiasto Doomers oi for the achievement of a complete
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mat piace wouia nave peopie oeueYe. musical success, ror novelties, miss
Physician and Dentist -
Dr. M. C Findley,
Ocalist, Anrist licensed optician.
Goto Coron for Plumbing.
Sewer Pipe at Cramer Bros.
M. Clement. Prescription Drunist.
Tents and Wagon Covers at Cramer
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron '
Order seals and rubber stamps of
A. E. Voorhies.
Fishing Taokle that catches fish is
sold at Cramer Bros.
For a o'eau bed and m good meal
try the Western Hotel.
Maps of Oregon Washinton and
California at the Music Store.
White Mountain Freezers at Cramer
New Shirt Waists. Prices cannot
be met at .Mrs. E. Rebkopf & Co.
And still I am insuring and selling
real estate at tbe old stand. J. E.
Pattons Sun Proof Paint guaran
teed for five years is sold only by
Placer and quartz location notoes,
mine deeds, leases, etc., at the
Ice cream social on the Baptist
church lawn Friday, June 29. Ice
cream and cake 16o.
New Spring goods arriving every
day. All the latest novelities at Mrs.
E. Rehkofp & Co. 4-6tf
Camp Stoves with cast Tops at
Dr. W. F. Eremer will hereafter be
in bis office in the Courier building
from 7 to 8 o'clock each evening.2-9tf
Builders Hardware at Cramer Bros.
Yonr clothes called for and delivered
and all fiatwork that goes through
the mangle washer, Ironed at 2So per
dozen. Grants Pass Steam Laundry.
fracturing several of tbe bones. Mr.
If your tackle is all right,
and that means Flies and
Hooks as well as Line,
Pole, and Reel. Wehavo
always been able to sell
the ackle that brought
the fish, and can do the
same this year. If you
are ? going where there
are trout, come and see
Odl FiUowMf Uloelc
Roll of Honor.
Following is tbe roll of honor for
the Pleasant Grove School.
Leonaj Gale. Erlo E. Thoss, Mae
McCalllster,; Lloyd Johnston, Roy
MoCaUwter,,) Loid Smith, Mamie
JohnBtoL i tEarl Johnston. Total
number .enrolled, 22.
Steel Range with reservoir for $35
at Cramer Bros.
JORDAN On Saturday, June 1,
1906, to Mr. and Mr. Walter H.
Jordan, a daughter.
CONKLIN In Grants Pass, Ore., Mon
day,. Jone 18, 1006, to Mr. and Mrs
Aithor Conklin, a son.
ENAPP ARMSTRONG In Monta
gus.'Cal., on Xuesday, June 12, at
the home of the bride's1, sister, Mrs.
B. W. Miller, Alexander M. Knapp
of Moyle, B. C, and ElBie L. Arm
strong of Grants Pass, Ore. Win
Thomas justice of peace, officiating.
SCOVILLE CHASTAIN - At the
home of the brides' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Chastain at Loves
Station on Wednesday, June 20,
I'JtMi, . J. Raymond Scovill and Miss
Oma Chastain, Rev. J. B. Travis
Only immediate relatives of the
bride and groom were present. After
a fine dinner had been served, Mr.
and Mrs. Scot ills came to Grants
Pass to spend a few days at tbe home
of Mr. Sooviill's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Scoville. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Chas-
Einney played the first movement of
' the Sonata, opos 5, by Richard
Strauss, and the difficult concert
study "En Route" by Godard, and the
exquisite "Huitoreeke," by Dvorak, i
, In Liszt's "Twelfth Rhapsodie" her
octave development and dear passage
work showed to great advantage.
Miss Einney had the able assistance
of Miss Jessica E. Park, pupil of Mrs.
Rose Bloch Baner, who sang charm
ingly, especially Schumann's "Ah
No, I Cannot Believe it," and the
"Kaehmire" sougof Woodford-Finden.
The accompaniments we'e well played
by Mrs. C, 3. McCracken. Miss Ein
ney is a member of the graduating
class of Portland Academy and has
studied piano with V. Gifford Nash
for several years. Miss Einney's
father has done much for music in
Southern Oregon. He is director of
the Rogue River Valley Choral Union,
and is a prominent business man at
AU. BAN WARD
At the Big Furniture Stote,' North Sixth Street,
Has Just Received
Another Car of furniture
Of which he will advise more fully later.
Besides this a large and elegant assortment of
Lace Curtains, Portieres and
Returned for Another Year.
Rev. and Mrs. E. I. Harrington ar
rived home Satorday from a two
weeks trip to the Willamettu Valley.
While away Rev. Harrington attended
the annual conference for Oregon at Al
bany of the Free MethodiKts. Rev. Har
rington having been pastor of the Free
Methodist church in this city for the
past two years It was expected that he
would be transferred to another
charge, but the members of his church
h re made sach a strong request for
his return that conference ansignvd
him here for another year.
When Rev. Harrington took charge
of the work in this city for bis church
the roll showed but seven memlsrs
and they had no house of worship nor
a pastor. In tbe two years of Rev.
Harrington's pastoral work a com
modious church buildins has been 1
i ' erected and a oomfortable parsonage ;
put op and tbe membership has more
than quadropled while tbe Sunday i received la $450,
shool has an attendance of about 80. ward remarked
Have just come in from the East Come
in and see them. Also another ship
ment of Axminster, Velvet and Brus
sels Rugs. All at prices "below Portland
or other Urge cities. ,
Pass is well represented In tbe list of
talent. Rev. J. B. Travis, Rev. J. C.
Austin and Roy Haokett each having
a place on the program.
Don't be duped by transient optical
grafters 'but patronize your home
optician and get a square deal.
Alfred Letcher, Jeweler, on Front
stret is the only one in Josephine
county who has a registered certificate
from the Board of Optometers of
Oregon, a list of which can be seen at
his store, so get your eyes tested and
fitted properly by calling on him.
Charges very reasonable.
A sample cluster of gooseberries has
been left at the Courier office by N.
O. Boynton that for size are hard to
beat to be picked so early in the
season as thev wt-re. There were five
berries in the clutter and the smallest
j one measured three iuches in circum
ference and the largest three and a
quarter inches around. They were
grown in this city on Mr. Boynton 's
premises aud the bimh had only the
usual cultivation of berry bnshes.
i Tbe various mine, milling and de
velopment companies in Josepnine
county are requested to send their
names and the 'name of the manager
to the post office for the Post office
directory. A great many people in
the esHtern states addrens letters to
certain mines and send them to
Grants Pass. If the post office officials
have the name on their list it ran be
sent to them. In this connection it
would be well for those who forgot
to fill out the blank places in their
box on May 1st, to call and see about
A Douglas county farmer has found
that it psya to raise heavy draft
horses as the following from the
Roseburg Review shows: "Victor
Philips sold today to a Sao Franoisco
horse buver perhaps the largest team
of horses In tbe county. Tbe animals
are half-brothers, one weighing 1675
pounds and the other 1688. Tbe prioe
and tbe bnyer after
that had not one of
The heavy financial obligations have the horses a blemish upon his foot he
' all been met but a small debt which j would have Just as quickly paid $600
will be paid this year. With his
church strong aad in a prosperous
oondition Rev. Harrington hopes to
have even a better growth in the year
to come for bis church. While away
Rev. and Mrs. Harrington spent a
week at Falls City ia Polk county,
with Rev. Harrington's parents, who
for tbe team. On Thursday . L.
Rioe bad his fine team in town. One
of tbete almals weighs 1M0 pounds
and the other 1545. He had a band
some offer for tbea. As we have
often stated it pays to raise good
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including those Tjvo - Piece
Summer Suits and ill of our
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Suits that sell at $20.00 now $15.00
Suits that sell at 15.00 now 11.25
Suits that sell at 10.00 now 7.50 .
OTHER PRICES at SAME PROPORTION
From this Date to July 1
Dor 't delay, buy while sizes are complete
to give satisfaction
to save you money
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Walk Over Shoes.
Stetson and Panama Hats