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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, AUGUST 3, 1906.
Flour and Feed
The Canning Season is here
Blackberries are now at their best
and we expect to have plenty.
The first Watermelons.
Tomatoes are better aed cheaper,
Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Tops
Front St., Near Palace Hotel
GRANTS PASS, - OREGON
MILTON On Monday, July 23, IDOfl,
to Mr. and Mra. Fred O. Milton of
Grants Fas, a daughter.
WILCOX On Thorsday, Augot 2,
1U0U, to Mr. and Mn. Frank Wil
cox, of Grants Pass, ion.
HAVENS On Thursday. August 2,
1906, to Mr. and Mrs. Janiea
Haveni of Merlin, a daughter.
KINNEY MAT THE Wd At the
Christian ohorch parsonage, Thurs
day evening, August 2, IU06, Jessie
Kinney and Mi is Charm Matthews,
Key. Clark Bower offloiating.
The groom is reside it of Los
Angeles and the bride has been a resi
dent of this plaoe for several years.
They left sooth Thorsday night
YOUNG COOK At the Catholic
rectory in Grants Pass oo Thurs
day, August 2, 1900, Herman Yonng
and Miss Hat tie Cook, Father
Mr. Yonng resides at Stoning, III.,
where he has shoe and grocery store.
He spent some time in Grants Pass
and vicinity a year ago being here
on a mining deal and it was then
that he met Mias Cook, who is the
second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.
8. Cook nod who is a bright, capable
yonng lady, having many friends who
give her and her husband their best
wishes for happiness and prosperity.
Mr. and Mrs. Yonng left on' the Fri
day morning train for their borne in
Illinois, going by way of San Francis
oo and Salt Lake, they stopping at
those and other places for a few days
to view the sights.
HEARD At Ashlaud, Sunday, Joly
ill), lUOfl. Miss Nancy Heard, aged
The deceased, an aunt of Mrs. O. C
Presley, had been a resident of Wood-
ville for many years, where her re
maius were laid at rest.
Resolution of Respect.
Josephine lodge No. 113, A.O.U.W
Whereas it has pleased ao alwlse
Huaveuly Father to take from our
midst, on July Sd, 100(1, Brother Isaac
IS wtUI Ue, La Muter, a member of
this lodge; therefore, be it
Kt'solved, That in the death of
Brother Iasaa Newell De La Mater,
this lodge has lost a faithful member,
his wires luviug kusbuad, his children
an indulgout father, andthe commun
ity a loyal oitixen.
Resolved, That this lodge extend to
his bereaved family its deepest sym
athy. Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lotions be spread upon the records of
this lodge, and a copy bo seut to the
family of our deceased brother.
JAMES HOLM AN,'
W. R. NIPPER,
B. A. WHLLIMS,
For Sale in Nelson's Addition
Terms: Cash, easy paymonts, installments
or work any old terma. : :
Conio and seeiuo and thejlots, too.
cannot make a doal,
deed to suit
Offico at residence on JEast A Street,
JOSE X. NELSON.
APPLE6ATE STAGE LINE
MAY Bt EXTENDED
Manager Herriott Plana to Run
Hia Stajb to Applegat
Siace the change in tbe scbedole of
the Grants Pasx and Williams tage
line the traffio has greatly increased.
The stage on Monday's trip brought
in 1 1 passengers, and on nearly every
trip the stage is loaded to its foil j
Manager Ed Herriott is planning to
extend his stage line to Applegate
postofnoa to accommodate the travel
from Upper Applegate Valley and
Thompson Valley to Grants Pass.
There now are five mines in operation
in the vicinity of Applegate post
office besides a large farming commu
nity the trade of which largely comes
to Grants Pass, lo provide this ser-
ioe for Applegate Maoager Herriott
would c'lange the terminus of bis
stage line from Williams to Applegate
and have the stage leave Applegate
for a ronnd trip dally to Grants Pass.
To accommodate the Williams Valley
traffio he won Id pot on a hack that
would leave Williams each morning
and connect at Provolt with the stage
from Applegate and again in tbe
evening when the stage returns from
Orants Pass. If thd traffio of the Ap
plegate Valley increases another year
as it has this past year Manager Her
riott will put on a back to make daily
trips from Davidson and Kubli to
Morphy where connection woold be
made with his stages for Grants Pass.
Tbe extension of the stage line up
the Applegate Valley from this oitv
will be the means of bringing a large
amonnt of trade to Grants Pass and
the business men of this city should
support Manager Herriott in his pro
posed venture. With daily stages
from Grants Pass to Applegate and
Davidson and Kubli it woold be Pos
sible to secure a direct mail service
from this oity to those places, a con
venience that woold be greatly ap
preciated by the settlers of those dis
tricts and it would also be a very
material advantage to the business
men of Grants Pass.
Cook your fruit in Stranskyware,
sold by Cramer Bros.
Miners' bUnks at the Courier office.
U ud in the
cream being al
lured fur thii pur-
poie by the large
volume lupplied for
the manufacture of
Hazclwood Butter r I
or other animal or
chemical compound of
any character iiin Hazel
wood Ice Cream, iu rich-
nesa and imoothneia being
due to the actual rtchneu of
the cream of which it ii
manufactured. Only pure
fruit, vegetable or nut hVore
are med in coloring or flavoring
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Curea Cold. Croup and Whooping Cough.
must be hardj in
If ,'we I
CITY COUNCIL TO
SECURE A PARK
Has Offer of Fine Tract of Land
On Rogue River Let More
Tbe council met Thursday evening
with the following present: Mayor
Geo. E. Good, Councilman Hair,
Williams, Rand 1b. Hall, Chausse,
Gravlin, Dean and Fetich. Attorney
Hough, Street Supt. GilBUao,
Marshal McGrew, Treanror Johnson
and Auditor and Police Judge J. M.
W. M. Hair, chairman of the health
committee, presented a letter from
Robert C. Yenney, State Health
Officer, calling attention to the Board
of Health Law pasned in 1905, which
makes it obligatory upon all incor
porated citiei or towns to appoint a
regularly licensed physician as City
Health Officer and urging that the
matter be called to the attention of
the conncil. Dr. D. P. Love was
made the oity health officer at $20 per
Mr. Fetsob, a member of the Park
committee, reported that Dr. Ray has
agreed to famish a five borse power
pomp and power for irrigating par
poses for the proposed city park, free
of charge, also that he woold faro inn
lights at the rates they are furnished
to tbe city.
Tbe report of the sewer committee
on tbe sewer to be constructed
through Bloas 85 and 86, O. T. S. one
throogb Block 7, Millers addition,
and one through Block 68, original
townsite was dopted.
The following bill were allowed :
Grants Pass Fire department,
fire at Western Hotel f 20 00
Fire on Tar Flat, Joly 21st,
1906. is 00
Fire alarm at at Hathaway's
home Joly 28, 1906 10 00
For Quarter ending Joly 21st,
1906, P. P. Prootor, chief 87 M)
Tom Harvey, ass't chief IS 00
F O Ropei, seo'y 6 25
Services with teams, Frank
Heck, two fires Joly 21st. . 5 00
N E McGrew, fire July 28th . 1 25
Cramer Bros, sewer pipe and
mdse 13 05
Ha:r-Riddle, Hardware Co. ... 182 70
Southern Oregon Supply Co.
hay 4 50
Southern Oregon Supply Co.,
oats, hsy n 10
Southern Oregon Supply Co.,
bsy 107 70
Grant Pass Hdw Co., sewer
Pipe 25 25
Grauta Pass Hdw Co.. sewer
Pipe 57 60
R H GilQllao, cash paid out . 8 05
Arthur Col vin, oemeut work 11 50
G K Howard, ceraeut work. . . . 24 25
Harvey Moore, cement work . . 20 00
Dick Patriok, cement work... 10 00
A Gayer, cemeot work 2 60
Geo Mart man, cement work.. 165
A Guver, cement work... 8 75
Geo Hartman, cement work . . 8 75
E A Brown, cement work 4 25
A Gayer, cement work 7 00
Oregon Observer, printing 15 60
Williams Bros., D &LCo.,
Ismber 4 05
Tbe saloon bond of Burnett and
Baldwin was approved and license
An ordinance providing for the
construction of a sewer through
i Blocks 85 and 86 orignal townsite,
Block, Miller's Addition, and Block
1 68 original townsite was passed.
' The following bids wore opened for
' the construction of the later sewer in
II. B. Miller's Adlition, commxnoing
: and connecting with the main sewer
' on Pine street and extending east on
Main street a disUuce of 804 feet :
' Grants Pass Hardware Co flllt 20
I R U Burns 414 65
The oourtaot wis awarded to R. G.
Notice is hereby given that the
i Connty Superintendent of Josephine
Countv will hold tbe regular ezamina-
tion of applicants for State and
j connty papers at Grants Pass, as
j FOR STATE PAPERS.
I Commencing Wednesday, August 8,
I at 9 o clock a. m., and continuing
until Saturday, August 11, at
o'clock p. m.
Wednesday Penmanship, history.
spelliug, physical geography, reading,
Thursday Written arithmetic theo
ry of leaching, grammar, bookkeep
ing, physics, civil government
mlay P h v s i ology, geography.
uieuiai aritnmetic, composition, alge
bra. Saturday Botany, plane geometry,
geueral history, English literature,
FOR CO O N T Yj PA P ERS
" Commencing Wednesday7Aagut 8,
at V o'clock a. m., and continuing
uniiirriuay, August iu, at 4 o clock
HRST, SECOND - AND THIRD
Wednesday Penmanship, history.
orthography, theory of teaching..
ihorsday written arithmetic.
reading grammar, physiology.
Friday Geography, mental arith
metic, school law, civil government.
Wedeosday Penmanship, orthog
raphy, arithmetic, theory of teaching.
Thorsday Art of questioning, read
ing, physiology. , ;
' Coooty Superintendent of School.
U. A. R. Mambari Entertained.
A very enjoyable social at tbe
Workmen hall was given by the
Woman's Relief Corps Wednesday
eveulng. "As prearranged, it was
thought a fitting time to observe
three special events at the close of tbe
regular monthly meeting of the Gen.
Logan Poet No. 89.
First, to remind tbe veteran com
rades that their true and faithful
aoziliary tbe W. R. C. are ever mind
ful of their oom forts and happiness.
Second, the pleasure of tbe Corps
at the return of tbe president, Mrs.
Harriet Patrick fr.m a tbree months
absenoe In Portland.
Third, to wish Mrs. Mary Hildreth,
department president, Oregon W. R.
O. and Mr. J. E. Peterson, G. A. R.
delegate to the 24th National conven
tion to be held in Minneapolis, Aug
ust 10-17, pleasant journey and safe
return. About IK) Post and Corps
members were present and a few in
vited guests. After the basinets
meeting of the Post was over the door
was opened and soon a happy, smil
lug, oontented assemblage were seated
on each side tbe hall. Cake and ice
cream were .then served and thorough
Another hour was spent in con
versation and music, when all re
luctantly said "good night" and
We do not like to be reminded tha
a few short years will dissolve the
clsoe relationship of tbe Post and
Corps because of tbe exclusive mem
bership of the Grand Army of tbe
The month of Joly was one of pro
gress in all departments of Gen.
Logan Relief Corps No. 25. One can
scarcely realize that 23 years ago a
small band of partiotio women laid
the foundations of oor Order that to
day stands at the head of all organ
ized American women.
Press Cor. W. R. C.
The Courier has the laregst circula
tion of any paper in Southern Oregon.
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NOT ONLY MIGHT WE AS WELL KEEP OUR. BoDIE.5
COOL, BUT ALJO OUR. HEADJ COOL WHEN WE Go
TO BUY THING J To WEAR. 1,5 IT NOT WELL DUR
ING THEJE "TAKING" DAY J OT COMMERCE To
DEAL DURING THE "REDUCTION TIMEJ" WITH
THE .STORE THAT TRIEJ To Do THE .SQUARE
THING THE YEAR ROUND? REMEMBER IF YOU
GET BIT ON A JUIT OR OTHER THING J To WEAR
THAT YOU MUJT STAY BIT UNTIL YOU WEAR OUT
THE CLoTHEJ YOU GOT OR, GIVE THEM AWAY
EITHER I.S EXPENSIVE. LEGITIMATE STOKES
THOUGH, AT THIJ TIME OF YEAR MAKE LEGITI
MATE REDUCTIONS IN PRICES OF -SUMMER STVFV
LOOK AT THE PRICES, THEN COME AND SEE THE
GOODS. TWO PIECE SUMMER SJTS, ALL THIS
SUMMER'S STYLES, $6.00 ONES FOR $4 00--7.50
ONES FOR i5.006.00 ONES FOR $6 90
--$10.00 ONES FOR $7.35 $15.00 ONES for
$10.75. LOTS of men TAKING advantage OF
OUR PANT SALE. ONLY 90C FOR THE KIND YoU
USUALLY PAY $1.25 AND $1.50 FOR TWo
MONTHS YET To WEAR A STRAW HAT. IF YOUR
OLD ONE IS A LITTLE THE WORSE FOR WEAR
LET US SELL YOU ANOTHER AT HALF ITS VALUE
QE0. 5. CALHOUN C2.
OUTriTTKJ TO B0T flNb lAti
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1 axe lAuauvc uruiuu quinine lafclets. ry .
Sty MnBoa km sou 12 months. This signature. v9 S?jrr
Banking and Trust Co.
GRANTS PASS. ORE.
I Buv and Sell
HOW IS THIS?
u. H IV A. JP
No. 52S-40 acres 3 miles from this
city; good house, pantry and
wood shed ; 30 acres fenced.
Yours for bargains,
The Real Estate Jlan
Hello 393 Office, 611 Residence.
516 E Street
WIGHT AS WfLL
To Cure a ru ?n One
Real Estate c
Grants Pass. Ore.