Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, August 31, 1906, Image 8

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    ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, AUGUST 31, 1906.
Groceries
Flour and Feed
Just received New Comb Honey
Extracted Honey, California Grapes
very nice; Sweet Potatoes.
Early Crawford Peaches are now
plentiful.
Tomatoes, Melons, Cantalopes,
etc. ... . ...
J. Pardee
Front St., Near Palace Hotel
GRANTS PASS, - OREGON
Telephone 863
t WILDEKYIL LE j
We are having aruoky weather the
patit week or mo.
Mrs. H. D. Jonea carries her left
arm in a sling, the result of a fall.
Uncle Jimmey Hozie weut oot on
William creek for a few dayi visit. "
Clarence MoOollum itarted Wednea.
day of thii week for Monmouth, Ore.
Eugene (jams hai been laid off from
his work on account of a maahed
thumb.
Re?. George Clark preached an ex
onllet lermon Suday, the 20th, at 11
o'clock.
Dolraer Bellua of California visited
a short time with Mr. and Mra. Frank
Stevenson.
Rev. Giorge Hoxie of Williams
Creek, preached at the Wilderville
church last Sunday at 8 :80.
Mra. H. D. Jonea aod grand
danghtor, Alioe Lovelace, have gone
ap on Wllliami oreek for a few daya
visit.
W. W. Qatta, the Free Methodist
preacher for Wilderville and Murphy,
passed through here Tuesday of thia
week on his way from Granta Pass to
Murphy.
J. M. Hooking writes from Red
Deer, Alta, Canada, near where he
has a farm on which he aeltted when
be left Wilderville, that he recently
came near being killed by hia team
running away and knocking him
down wheo the siokle bar of the
mower passed over him cutting hiliu
so badly that the doctor had to take IS
stitches in .his shoulder, arm hip, and
foot. At the time he wrote he waa
recoveriug fast from hia wouuds and
would be able to work in 10 dtiya.
UNCLE FULLER
War Agsimt Coniumption.
All nations are endeavoring to
check the ravages of consumption,
the "white plague" that claims so
many victims each year. Foley's
Houey aud Tar cores coughs and colds
perfectly aud you are iu no danger of
oouBumptlon. Do not risk your health
by taking some unkuowu preparation
when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe
aud certain in results. Ask for
Foley's Honey aud Tar aud hndst up
on haviug it. Fur sale by H. A.
Uotenuuud.
Has Stood Hie Teat lift Years.
The old. original GROVES' Taste
less Chill Tonic You kuow what you
are takiug. It is iron aud quinine in
taste lets (orm. No cure, No pav.
Underwood Typewriter agent. A.
E. Voorhies.
CLOSING -OUT SALE
We otter our entire lino of Dry Goods, con
sisting of Muslins, Frints, ChaHies, Lawns, Dimitios,
Table Linen, White Goods, Ladies' Waists, Skirts,
Ladies' and Children's Furnishing floods.
Millinery, Notions, Etc., At Cost.
. Prices in sonio lines bolow cost to close thorn
out No article'is reserved this is a genuine salo
to close out business.
Your purchasing at our 6toro means a great
saving to you. We invite you to viK us and be
Jinconvincod our prices were never aiado in Grants
Passbefore,
Mrs. E. REHKOPF & CO
LAUREL GROVE
Still it ia smoky, but a little bit
oooler.
Messrs. Swinden and Payne are still
below baling bay. .
Several of our farmers are having
the chills; too much irrigating.
Oscar Bunch ,of Murphy has good
team on the coke haul at present.
Being away last week, made it im
possible for ns to seod in onr items.
Fred Wetherbee is assisting hia
coosin, H. T. Lay of Laurel Grove.
The Misses Ella and Stella Williams
and brother, Amos are going to the
hop yard.
fldent of a good price for hops this
year. They all report their hops as
being in good shape.
Bear seem to be getting tame of late
as 'J. J. Jones saw one in his Held
last Sunday, but bruin got away.
We see hop pickers going by every
day to the various yards throughout
the valley. The hop men seem con
Services were held at Laurel Grove
last Snnday by the Rev. Mr. Starmer,
of Williams and Rev. Mr. Gatts, of
Murpby.
Word waa received from Elmer
Williams from Klamath Falls, where
he ia located, and he reports things
lively out there.
We are sorry to learn of the passing
away of Mr. Lang, of Davidson
Friday last He was an esteemed
citizen and a good man.
Monty, of Davidson is working hard
for a free rural delivery mail route on
that aide of the river and hope he will
succeed for they need it.
Williama Bros, will soon close
down their mill at thia place for
the season. They have about 700,000
feet of lumber in their yard now.
How about the deer law? Let ns,
one and all get out and kill those fine
deer, due ns. Quail are plentiful in
onr valley. Four aud five large bevies
In a band.
We are still waiting for the phone
line, but when will it be? Also let
us talk less and get together and build
a creamery. We have the oows and
plenty of hay and plenty of help to
milx the oows so let's have that
creamery. Think of it, farmers and
dairymen.
It seems strange that so many
eastern people come to the famous
Applegate Valley, if Wide Awake has
auoh good opportunities for them.
That show where the land is. We
welcome home seekers and are glad to
show them oonrtesy. Come one, come
all.
JUMBO.
I TAKILMA
Mr. aud Mrs. Elmer Hayes are stay
ing at Takilma.
Pretty warm weather at present and
everyone Is buBy at this writing.
Mr. aud Mrs. D. A. Harmon and
chlldreu arrived here last Sunday and :
are camped by the Biuolter where they I
exect to stay about two mouths. !
The smelter began
running Mon-
day, AuguNt 30.
Rates to Buffalo.
International Convention of the
Christian Church, BufTaio, N. Y., Oc
tober 13th to 17th, 11MM.
For thu above occasion round trip
tickets will be on sale from Grants
Paxs, under the following conditions.
Cue way through Portland, aud one
way through California, 118.00; both
ways through Portland, l'J'3.45.
Sale dates October 6th aud nth.
Limits: Going trausit limit ten days
from date of sale, Dual return limit
November 16th, 11)0(1.
M. McMURRAY. G. P. A.
PROVOLT
The big new barn of John Lewman,
at Profolt will iood be completed aod
will be one of the best in the district.
The Fields Bros, went to Medford
Friday to spend Saturday at the big
united 4-Paw and Sella Bros. ' circus.
They report having had a fine time.
O. R. Dorman and Frank Harring
ton of Placer, Oreg., passed through
Pro volt Friday to thd Tompson Creek
Valley where they will extensively
prospect for a few weeks in the Maid
of the Mist district, one of the best
mining districts in Jackson county,
and where many mines are being de
veloped into paying properties.
Don't forget the farmers institute
at Provolt, September 4, which will
be the second held at Provolt and
everything goes to show that the
farmers are taking an active part to
make it one of the best held in Joee
pbiue county. All attend and learn
some more about farming and dairy
work which may never be a regret
to the farmer. These institutes are
very necessary through the farming
regions of Oregon and its many
counties to introduce new and
thriftier ideas of farming to the nn
successful farmers, who, when making
a failure will try to better himself
with other products which can often
be raised with good ' success. Re
member the place at the church,
Provolt. Ore.
Anyone coming np onr valley can
tell when a district is prospering by
the way the farms in it appear, and
by the amount of hay, fruits and
other products that are gathered
from it aod by the buildings thereon.
When at Provolt, look at the beauti
ful greon fields of waving alfalfa and
clover and the bending stalks of corn
aud the sparkling, rippling water
running to and fro. Aod the strong
and lofty farmers of the nation we
must call to protect the soil from
destruotoo. So now, let us join to
gether aa one great and mighty power
and fight the pest rebellion which
should, Dave been conquered many
yeara ago, but now the Corvallis Ag
ricultural oollege with Dr. Whithy
combe in command and Prof. Cordley,
the pest deatroyer, are marching
through the land and the farmers
should unite as one, and in the future
we will oonquer the pests.
T .
J LELAND
i
No sickness to report.
Allen Reed has sold his store and
post office at Placer.
The writer at Golden wants to know
where Leland's pretty girls are. In
the suburbs of the town you will find
plenty of good and handsome girls.
A large mining deal has been con
summated on lower Grave creek
with a big consideration. Other
claims are being looked after by
eastern meu. Grave creek is to the
front as a mining district.
T- 3- Mu nd partners have a
Ie(,Ke n Mt. Reuben that they have
be"u working ou and have topped it
at a good depth, lue ledge la tree
milling ore. Gold can be seen all
through the rock. The parties are
well pleased with the proposition.
Our hotel is doing a rushing busi
ness. Had to employ more help aud
this is supposed to be a dull time of
the year, but not here. Wheu the
democrats got in power a few years
ago aud made hard times, Lelaud
went right along as tliough nothing
had happened.
WIDE AWAKE.
Children in Pain
never cry ss do children who are
suffering from huuger. Such is the
cause of all babies who cry aod are
treated for sickuess, wheo they really
are suffering from hunger. This is
caused from their food not being as
similated but devoured by worms. A
few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge
j will cause them to cease crying aud
I begin to thrive at once. Get a trial.
l For sale by National Drug Co. and
'Roteruiuud.
Account Oregon State Fair at
Salem, September 10th, to 15th inclu
sive, tickets' will ba on sale to all
points at one and one-third fare for
round trip on September 9th, 10th.
11th, 13th, 13th, 14th, aud 15th, with
a final return limit of September lfith.
Children of half fare age, oue half of
the above rate. Win. McMURRAY,
G. P. A.
8-10 fit
j A meeting of the
Superintendence for
Department
the purpose
of
of
considering needed school legislation
and such other questions as might be
, broughtbefore it, isoalled to meet
tat Salem, Oregon, on October 6-6,
; ltfOfl. County superiuten tents, city
superintendents and principals are
I n officio members of the department
aud a good 'alteudanca.is.expected.J'
SELMA
The weather till continues very
warm.
The threshers are here in onr valley
this week and the crops are fine.
Rev. Louis Huff preached a very in-
teresting sermon last Sunday at the
Baptist ohuroh.
Mrs. R. C Churobill and her child
ren made flying trip to Grants Pass
one day this week. '
Misses Amorie and Irene Looigan
and Reka Kranss were on our streets
one day last week.
Sheriff Joe Russell and three other
gentlemen took supper at the Hotel
Enterprise last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis leave this week
for their old home in Carmis val
ley. We are sorry to lose them.
The teachers for district No. 1 have
been secured and as high as the 10th
grade will be taught here this year.
Ou the fonrtb Sunday of Septem
ber there will be preaching at the
Baptist church at 11 o'clock a. m.
and at 7 o'clock p. m..
Dr. Loughridge was called out here
one day last week to see Abe Sargent's
little boy and also Dolly Schmitt,
who have been very ill.
A. V. Sohmitt has sold his fine
drove of bogs to Everitt Harmon and
they , are going to take them to the
Fiester ranch to fatten.
LITTLE SLEEPY.
GRAVE
Mrs. Rnth Wright of Hugo waa
visiting frienda at Grave this week.
Eldie Crisman and family of Grave
are soon to go to Washington.
Wm. Light has oompleted the dam
be has been putting in Grave
Creek.
E. M. Light and Mr. C. H. Bean
made Grants Pass a business trip last
Monday.
Several of the Grave oitizena at
tended the circus at Medford last
Saturday.
Mrs. Lydia Johnston of Grave made
Grants Pass a business trip one day
this week.
Mrs. Olive Light and children, who
havfl been camping at Grave, returned
to their home at Lelaud.
Mrs. Mary Light and daughter,
Adah, visited Martha mines last
Monday, guests of Mrs. Paul Slier
ingson. A. L. Pen well and daughters,
Robye and Valeutine, have moved to
Grant Pats where the girls will at
tend school this Winter, although
Mr. Penwell is to return. We are all
very sorry to see the girls leave.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark and Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Clark aud baby,
Roy, of Goldeu have moved to Le
land where the Messrs. Clark have
a logging contract. FARMERS.
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Pacific Coast
Leader
Oregon
State Fair
SALEM
September 10-15, '06
OPEN
DAY AND NIGHT.
The West . is a pood and
promising Live Stock dis
trict. This exhibition will
ba of great valu- to breeders
and purchasers The entire
stock -loving west will be at
Salem
Come aud see the Display of
Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Goats, Swine and
Poultry
Also the Grand Display of
AGRICULTURAL
HORTICULTURAL
MECHANICAL and
FINE ART WORKS.
Racing Events Daily
Special Railroad Kates
Correspondence SoliciUd.
H. W. Downing. Pres.
FRANK W. DL'RBIN, Secy.
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Banking and Trust Co.
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No. 52840 acres 3 miles from this
city ; good house, . pantry and
wood shed ; 30 acres fenced.
Price $550.
Yours for bargains,
JOSEPH MOSS,
The Real Estate Man
Hello 393 Office, 611 Residence..
516 E, Street Grants Pass. Ore.
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WE KNOW IT'-S A FEATHER IN OUR CAP EVERY
TIME WE .SEND A CUSTOMER ERoM OUR .STORE
DREJJED IN A .SUIT WE HAVE ESPECIALLY
made for vs by hart jchaffner and
marx. we know too that if you ever
wore a h. s. and m. suit and are going to
5E?P ,TnEK oNE TH,"S rALL rHI-5 ! WHERE
you will get it. the patterns and
styles this season are better than ev
er, we want you to see them we are
not like some stores, "the get what you
CAN" KIND WITH A DoNT CARE FOR THE FU
TURE. WE ALWAYS AIM To MAKE THIS
MONTH'S BUSINESS BETTER THAN THE PREVI
OUS ONE. IT'S THE FULL VALUE FOR YOUR
MONEY THAT BRINGS THE CUSTOMER BACK
MirKv'frL THE ONE SALE ALONE,
BUT ALWAYS TRY To MAKE THAT ONE SALE
BRING MANY OTHERS, THAT'S WHAT MAKES
BUSINESS GOOD WITH US WHEN OTHER MER-
Only a few more days in which to get th- two Nug
gets. The Nugget Hat that's good as gold, and the gold
nugget you have seen in our window.
Hop Pickers' Clothing, Gloves. Hats, Shirts, Overalls,
Sox, etc. The store that saves you money and keeps
you good natured.
QE0. 5. CALHOUN C2-
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ART SCHOOL OF qgNTpj
Conducted by Prof. Geo. O'Brien
Thorough coowe of instruction in all branchi of Fi j t j . .
according to the method in torob 111 lit Etl 5"d H081 Art
Painting. Modeling. Architecture! eta g " Acdem- Drawing.
Class Tuition 25c and Upwards
For farther particular, apply ,t Room S. Manic Ter.ple, frm 9 to 12 a.m.
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