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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906.
Flour and Feed
Home Grown Grapes
Fancy Creamery Butter
Front St., Near Palace Hotel
GRANTS PASS, - OREGON
' Telephone 863
WILDE 11 YILLE I
We we hop pickers on their way to
various bop yards.
Pearl Lewis commenced a term of
school over on Grate Creek.
Emma Hocking commenced a term
of school at Wonder recently.
School haas oommenoed again for
the season, with E. A. Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding of Grants
PaM visited Saturday and Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Akers.
The ladles of the W. O. T. U. met
at the poet office and had a little
meeting Wednesday of this week then
adjourned to meet again Thursday of
next week. UNCLE FULLER.
John Scribner was out to the Pass
last Tuesday on business.
A. W. Zoisllner was in the Pass
last Saturday on business.
Mrs. Anna Steward 1m doing some
canning for D. F. Mahthews this
John Sanders has leased Mr. F. E.
Henneman's placer olaluis. Hope he
will do well.
D. F. Mathews thinks we are going
to have a hard Winter, so he is going
to prepare for the same. J
F. E. Henneman and wife and John
Ferlsol and family are moving to
Taooiua, Wash. We are sorry to lose
Miss Ethel Palmer is spending the
week in the mountains near the mouth
of the Hiuois, resting, far a ay from
the sound of a piano. Miss Palmer
does not object to the sound of a
piano, but "the oontiuaed teanhlug
from morning until night six days in
the week, is very trying. In The
area working days previous to her
leaving, Miss Palmer gave SO leBsons
on the pinno. Blie has a very large
number of scholars uauy of whom
have high musical talent and a num
ber of whom are preparing to give
Friday, Sept. 14
Arthar J. Aylesworth
Presents the biggest Scenic
Melodrama or the Season
The most Natural, Lifelike Re
production of the Century. Pro
duced by an unusually competent
New York company of players.
Beautiful Stage Settigns
Gorgeous Scenic Effects
SEE the Goldeu Gate Harbor in
I'risco at night.
SEE wonderful Electric Fountain.
SEE the beautiful Rose Garden in
SEE the terrible Earthquake scene.
SEE the Opium Den in Chinatown
Reserved Seats on sale at Hornings
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
' Geo. Light made Grants Pass a visit
Eldie Crlsman and family have
gone to Washington.
Geo. Porter made Grants Pass a
bnsiness trip one day last week
School began Monday, September, 8,
with Miss Pearl Lewis as teacher
C. H. Bean of Grave made a bnsi
ness trip to Gal ice Creek last Sunday.
Ocsar Johns and Roy Hasting
were in Grave last Saturday. Oscar
is as jolly as ever.
Mrs. Johnston and little grandson,
Harold Davis, were guests of Mrs.
Oggier last Thursday.
Mies Dora Penny of Grave has a
school about three miles beyond
Grants Pans where she will begin
teaching before long . We all wish
ber success as this is her first term.
Miss Adah Light vistled Hotel De
Duncan and took supper Sunday,
September 2, the guest of Miss Pearl
E. Lewis. FARMERS.
The Courier has the laregst circula
tion of any paper in Southern Oregon.
It is still hot and smoky and rain is
O. Wilson of Wolf Greek made
Golden a bnsineis trip.
Miss Vesta Hoiie made friends of
Grave Greek a visit last week.
Mrs. Kennedy, who baa been work
ing for Mr. H. Gross of Wolf Creek,
has returned to Iter home at Golden.
Mr. Omar Kennedy is worklug at
Leland. Mr. Kennedy is greatly
missed by his many friends of Golden.
Mrs. Mary Hoxle, who baa been
working for Mrs. Penny of Grave
Creek has returned to ber home at
Golden streets are crowded from
morning till night with pretty girls
and tbey have no powder on their
faces. PETER PD?ER,
W. H. Wimer started to the coast
last Wednesday on a vinlt.
Hop picking has oommenoed and
Little Sleepy wishes she oould go.
The Selnia school will start Septem
ber IT. We expect a good atteodauce.
Louie Sargent has got back from
the coast where he has been vlsitine
his friends aud relatives. '
D. H. Wimer is very busily engaged
in bis shop. You can hear the anvil
ring most any time in the day.
Steve Woodcock finished threshinir
and the boys took their dinner at the
Hotel Enterprise on their way home.
G. W. Wimer and fainilv of Waldo
were over to Selma and oaid bis
brothers W. II. and D. II. Wimer a
We are sorry to hear that Erueet
Dudley has taken a relapse and Dr.
Louiihridge was called ont to see him
Quartx blanks at the Courier office.
Items From Cow Creek Mill
Wm. Ferris of Applegate arrived at
the mill Sunday.
John Rioha visited his parents at
the hop yard Saturday.
We thluk this would be a good
place for a doctor lots of cripples.
Johu MoCaUUter, the sawyer, ex
pects to move his family borne soon.
John Uogue of Merlin, who was em
ployed at this place, returned home
Will M'iCalliater aud Clarence Wy
naut visited with their relatives at
Murphy Sunday last.
Oscar Simpson had quite an exoit
ing time with someone in his melou
patch the other night, firing about
five or six shots at him.
Miss Anna Mcl'allister of Murphy is
visiting with her parents thisVetlT
The sawmill is running nicely, cut
tiug about 18,000 feet daily.
O. W. A. M.
Mack Smith, coufined in the county
jail awaiting trial at the next term of
the circuit court for the larceny of
clothing from the Stanley store, es
caped from jail last Friday night.
Smith has been oonfined in the corri
dor of the jail aud he in some man
ner secured possession of a file and a
wreuch, probably passed in to him by
aoonfedorate. He sawed some of the
barsialf in two and pried them
apart making an opening of sufficient
alienor his body to pass through.
The authorities are on the track of
the fugitive bat he has not yet been
School supplies at Cletueus.
Beef peddlers are getting plentiful.
Some have oommenoed picking bops.
L. W. Smith his hauling hay to
John Letegsn bad threshers Friday
and Saturday. .
8. Provolt has not been very well
sinoe his trip to the coast
Our smiling stage driver made a
trip to Medford last week.
A blacksmith is reeded badly at
Provolt as well as a creamery.
The fruit growers picked on a bad
time for their meeting as everyone
seems so bosy
Mr. Weeks from Nevada came over
on the stage Wednesday and got a sup
ply of provisions at Green's store and
went out in the bills prospecting. We
bope he will find a rich mine.
Green and sons are getting along
nicely with the large building. It is
20x40 feet. They hope to have it done
in a week or two and it will add
mucb to the progress! veness of Provolt
as they will open up a store and will
sell at righ prices. Give them a call
No sickness to report.
Timbers locators are plentiful.
The weather at present is cool and
cloudy with south winds.
The Red Fox Company has a 6-foot
ledge on Mt. Reuben. The assay is
$15 to the ton, a free milling ore.
People are shipping baled bay to
other parts. Money is ooming back,
so times are good here, so let's keep
the republican party in power; then
good times all of the time.
The Lewis Co., wbo have the Bur
ton place leased for mining purposes,
drilled and bored down south of the
Burton ranch on an old channel.
They went down 80 feet through big
boulders that would call for a flume
over a mile long if tbey found bed
rook, so that company abandoned the
place. Tbey have an engine for bor
ing and drilling, so now they are
boring on an old blue channel, one
blf mile op the oreek from the town
of Leland. In '78 old General Lane
hired a shaft sunk to bedrock, found
good gravel and went to Roseburg to
organize a company to buy the Ma
loney place but the enterprise failed,
so notbiug has been done siuoe until
the Lewis Co. purchased the ground
and as tbey have the means to develop
the channel, we can expect them to
open one of the richest channels in
Southern Oregon, for the prospect
Plaoer and quartz location noteos,
mine deeds, leases, etc, at the
MoBRIETY At Takihna, Wednesday.
August 15, 1000, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
McBriety, a ton.
WATSON STICKEL At the home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. Linoolu
Ellis, at Leland, Robert R. Watson
aud MiHH Kate Stiokel, Rev. W. C.
' Long officiating. ,
PATRICK WARNER At the M. E.
parsonage, at urauts raws, Satur
day evening, Sept. 1, 191X1, Rolaud
Patrick aud Mies Ardelia Warner,
Rev. C O. Becknian officiating
UMPHLETTK BERRY At Trinity
Episcopal church, at Portland, Ore.,
Wednendav evening September 5,
lttOrt, Stanley Uniphlette and Miss
Maud Kerry, Rev. F. O. Williams
Both of these Tonus neonle are well
known and esteemed in Grants Pass
circles. Mr. Uniphlette is a young
man of excellent character and until
recently has resided here, but during
the past year he has been employed at
Portland and he and Mrs. Uniphlette
will make their future home at that
place. The bride is the daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Berry, of this
place, and for the past two years
she has been the local manager of
the Paolfio States Telephone., at
Grants Past and she is an estimable
and popalar young Wly. Mr. and
Mrs. Uniphlette have a host of friends
here who,' while regretting their de
parture from Grants Pass, unite in
wishing them all happiness and pros
perity in their wedded life.
HUGHES At Grants Pass. IThnrs
day, September 6, vm, Mrs. Mar
..garet Hughes, aged 86 years.
"Theldeoeasud had been a resident of
Josephine oounty for 80 years, locat
ing withet husband, ; Charles
Hughes, at Kerby. Her husband was
oounty clerkj of Josephine oounty for
several years previous to his death.
The funeral was held Friday; after,
noon from the residence of her grand
daughter. Mrs. ;Geo. R. Riddle, and
the remains intered in tbe Masooio
Mrs. Boswick has been on the sick
J Carter made a trip to Grants Pass
W. J. Wimer is preparing to go to
Mrs. G. S. Mathewson made Takil
ma a visit Saturday.
Miss Ethel Holland spent Saturday
evening at Takilma.
Trakilma is quite lively now since
tbe smelter is running.
Born To Mr. and Mis J McBriety,
a daughter, August 15.
Miss Julia O'Brien and Miss Adah
Morrison spent Saturday here.
Mrs. A. J. Adams returned to ber
home in Allen Gulch Thursday.
Mr. Baldwin passed through our
burg Sunday with a load of melons.
Charles Trefethen has purchased M.
Mark's stock of liquor and now lives
Bert Sippey and Mr. Sam Bunch
were seen on our streets Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard now reside
at the Elder farm. Jim works in the
Mrs. Adams has been visiting the
writer's daughter at Takilma for the
past two months.
M. L. Baldwin made a trip to
Grants Pass and brought back 1000
pounds of sulphur.
M. Marks is doing some develop
ment work on a quartz ledge on
Woods' creek ' He has two men em
ployed. Mr. W. H. Borgman and Mr. Thos.
Yarbrongh are the chief engineers at
the smelter. Mr. George Epperly is
A dance will be . given at Takilma
Saturday night. Good music and
good supper. Guaranteed by com
mute. Everyone is cordially invited
Mr. Wesley Woodcock passed
through here Thursday. Mrs. W. A.
,Wade returned home Sunday. Mrs.
Wade has been at Kerby, as Grandpa
Floyd has been quite ilL
1 OTTER ANN.
War Against Consumption.
All nations are endeavoring to
obeck the ravages of consumption,
the "white plague" that claims so
many victims each year. Foley's
Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds
perfectly and you are in no danger of
consumption. Do not risk your health
by taking some unknown preparation
when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe
and certain in results. Ask for
Foley's Hooey and Tar and iusist up
on having it. For sale by H. A.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years.
The old, original GROVES' Taste
less Chill Tonic You know what you
are taking. It is iron and quinine In
a tastelew form. No oure. No Dav.
September 10-15, 'OG
DAY AND NIGHT.
Tho West is a (rood and
promising Litre Stock dis
trict. This exhibition will
be of great valu'i to breeders
and purchasers The entire
stock lovin; west will be at
Come and see the Display of
Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Goats, Swine and
Also the Grand Display of
FINE ART WORKS.
Racing Events Daily
Speeial Railroad Rates
H. W. Downing, Pres.
FRANK W. DL'RBIN. fecy.
The new firm of Atwater & Carl,
located In the new Hall building, is
now ready for business with a com
plete stock of groceries, furniture,
stoves and ranges, cooking utensils,
and nearly everything needed by the
housekeeper. You are sure to need
something in these lines every few
days and yon will do well to call on
Banking and Trust Co.
GRANTS PASS. ORE.
. GRANTS PASS, UKL.
I Buv and Sell Real Estate
HOW IS THIS?
No. 52840 acres 3 miles from this
city; good house, pantry and
wood shed ; 30 acres fenced.
Yours for bargains,
The Ileal Estate Jlan
Hello 393 Office, 611 Residence.
dRT SCHOOL OF qRlNTS pISS
Conducted by Prof. Geo. O'Brien
Thorough course of instruction in all branches of Fine and Industrial Art,
aooording to the methods in vogue in the large Eastern Academies. Drawing.
Painting, Modbliog, Architecture, eto.
Class Tuition 25c and Upwards.
For further particulars apply at Room 5, Masonio Temple, from 9 to 12 a.m.
i ITS FUN To BE
, f V- C M ft -Ory'CHT.)o
3 not drejjing well one or the bejt le
SOUS YOUR. CHILDREN CAN LEARN? HoW MUCH
MORE INTEREST THEY WILL TAKE IN THEIR
BOOKJ ir THEY ARE NOT BOTHERED BY KNOW
INQ THEIR JCHOOL MATES HAVE ON No BETTER
UrErHrEHUH,THrHAAwE- IDEN AFTER
LITE THEY WILL GET AtoNd BETTER IF thfy
KNOW HOW TO APPEAR WELL. WHOM Do Yo
PATRONIZE. THE .SHABBY OR THE WELL CLAD?
WE WISH TO ENCOURAGE EDUCATION THERE
FORE WE .SELL OUR WEARABLE.S FoR I itti r
JTUDENT MEN FOR V E R Y REAJo N A B L E PROFIT "7
A GOOD .SCHOOL JUIT FoR $2 2 i A Goal ?c hJoi'
OR .SUNDAY SUIT FOR p. 90 5 A GOOD JUIT ?R
ANY TIME $5.00-50 CENT CAP FREE WITH
EVERY .SUIT. JCHOOL BoYJ WAI STS FoR r
3 5C AND 50C. WE CARRY EVER Y THING LTrfl F
iome'CHooL BAGJ XttTZ
ClFA rTI HAflM nr
A FsJee Alarm.
An alarm of fire was turned in Fri
day afternoon, tbe cause being the
burning ont of a transformer on an
eleotrio light pole at tbe oorner of
Second and B strata. The depart
ment responded but as there was noth
ing for them to do tbey returned the
apparatus to the engine house. The
city will have tbe bill to pay.
Urants Pass. Ore.
That uheh you sevd Yovn.
CHILDREN To SCH001.,COOD CLONES
ARE AS ESSENTIAL A J GOOD JCHooL
BOOKS . You KNOW THAT A WELL
DRESSED CHILI) TAKES flicH h0R
INTfTRErriN 1T STlJfMF
THE DEAR TEACHER SHOULD BEGItf
TH TEW WITH MEW CLOTHES.
GO WHERE You C7TThEBKT
OUTHTTERJ TO BOY Atib fl1N