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ROGUE RIVER. COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 21, 1906.
DOINGS OF THE
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A E Resmef , telephone expense
Palace Hotel, board of pauper
Fanhion Stables, livery hire....
J K Hodgdon, Drawing jury
J E Holland, drawing Jory jni
Mart Gates, drawing jar Ju
JOE McCann, mdge for roads
City of Oranti Pass, sewer, lot
13, blk 9 M & Co Add
"Volnev Colrlg,' viewing roads
das Sohmidt. indue for paupers
T Y Dean, viewing roads
Southern Oregon Supply Co.,
mdse for paupers
J C Handle, conveyance of
H O Bobzlen, mdse panpHrs....
T O Burrows, work on roads..
.J H Hoar, mdse for paopeis....
Henry Horking, work on roads
J UK McCann, work on roads
Oeo Creed, work on roads
E Erickson, work on roads
J T McCann, work on roads...
H II McClnng, work on roads.
A t Greene, keys for sheriff. .,
A Morris, wood for pauper. . . .
O F Lovelace, work on roads. .
John M. Booth, sheriff bond....
Powell Creek Lumber Co., lum
ber for roads
Lena Speaker, mdse for pauper
Washburn & Co., mdse for
pauper . . . . .
J M Chiles, mdse paupers
T P Jndson, cash adv paupers
Ed Lister, transportation of
Savage Bros, lumber, roads. . . .
Savage Bros, lumber, roads...,
Wm Black, work on roads
J J Brown, work on roads
P O Brown, work on roads. . . .
Tred Lovelace, work on roads
Dave Shuttz, work on roads. . . .
O F Lovelace, work on roads. . .
.Remington Typeriter Co., snp..
J O Handle, serving snbpoenae
J O Handle, conveying pris
oners to Salem, Or
Harry Smith, lumber for roads
Hogue & Burke, mdse paupers
fiuahong & Co., supplies
Oonder Water & Pow-r Co.,
Thomas & O'Neill, mdse conrt
George Oronk, burial of paupers
Ike M Davis, mdse for panper
Merlin Mer Co, mdse paupers..
Elmer Borbee. work on roads. .
Xj B Hall, coffins for paupers
- 8 00
Vigorous Bargains for
New Fall Millinery
New and correct styles for the Early
Fall in Street and Tailored Hats.
New Fall Dress Goods
We want to have the pleasure of show
ing you through the most complete stock of
Fall and Winter Dress Goods
ever shown in Grants Pass, and each and
every pattern you will find the quality
higher than the price. If you want the
dark tones those colors attuued to Autumn
and foreshown to be correct, they are heie.
Staple Dry Goods
What do you think of this staple merchandise, goods that
you will need every day this Fall. You never bought them
cheaper. These few words tell the story
Nought for Cash Sold for Cash.
1 full case, about 1200 yards, Standard Calicoes, China Blues,
Indigo Blues, Black and White, and Red, for this A n
September Opening Sale,.per yard Tct
1 lot Rolie Prints; about 800 yards, for Draperies, elegant range
ot patterns for making
last, per yard
10 bolts, about 500 yards, of these elegant zephyr Ginghams,
nothing could be better for Children's School Dresses all
bright, new patterns worth 10c per yard. A big cash
purchase of these goods enables us to sell them to rn
you, per yard DC
1 big lot of Light and Dark
5 bundles of Amaskeag Teasle Down, about 200 yards in each
bundle, 10 to 20 yards to the piece, just the goods you want
to make night gowns and under skirts, worth 12c, Qn
for this sa'.e, per yard , .' cC
F O Burns, care of paupers. ... 24 00
Cramer Bros, mdse for roads. . . 17 80
O S McCollum, work on roads 0 00
Grant Pass N W L & P Co,
water June, JolyanlAog 1186
H S Woodcock, lombr for roads 81 80
D J Lawton, surveying roads.. 11 90
Sam Aldersoo.ohainman Leland
road 2 50
J W Alderson, Axman, Leland
road 3 60
Minnie L Tuffs, Asst Teachers
examination v. 13 75
Glass & Prndhomme, supplies 12 00
U A Savage, Asst Teachers
examination 12 75
Blalook & Church, lumber for
roads ... 6 60
O RfPenny, work on roads 16 00
A L Espey, work on roads 9 85
L A Fisher, work on roads.... 27 00
James P Duncan, work bn road 84 00
S L Christman, work on road. . 10 00
E L Christman, work on road. . 24 00
Edgar Duncan, work on road.. 13 00
Elmer Duncan, work on roads. . 10 00
George Corder, work on roais 13 00
Joe Corder, work on roads 13 00
Ernpst Smith work on roads 1 00
Win Light, work on roads 81 25
James Ferren, Board of pauper 20 00
E Coron, Hdw for jail 38 30
S LouRhridge, medical attend
ance prisoners 11 00
Stephen Jewell, expense in
specting roads 4 00
Stephen Jewell, expense attend
ing Irrigation Congress 2100
Williams Bros, lumber for roads 219 93
J K Yetter.care county hospital 250 33
James Holman, jus fees State
vs Thomason 11 65
J O Ran die, constable fees State
vs Thomason . 80 60
Fred Clements, wit fees State
vs Thomason 8 10
George Plalock, wit fees State
vs Thomason 7 00
Estella Blalock, wit fees State
vs Thomason 7 00
E O Patton, wit fees State vs
Thomason 7 20
Horace Howe, wit fees, State
vs Thomason 9 00
J C Colbert, wit fees, State vs
Thomason 7 00
A J Bennett, wit fees State vs
Thomason 7 40
Geo Reams, wit fees State vs
Thomason 3 00
Nanie BMock, wit fees State
vs Thomason 0 00
John Blalock, wit fees State
vs Thomason 1 00
M W Light, wit fees, State vs
Thomason 8 40
A M Irwin, wit fees, State vs
Thomason 1 00
Geo McCormick, wit fees, State
vs Thomason 3 80
H W Williams, juror fees State
vs Thomason 1 00
H O Perkins, juror fees, State
vs Thomason 1 00
bed comforts. While they
Colored Outing Flannels, tn
Henry Hiller, juror fees State
vs Thomason 1 00
F O Wilcox, juror fees, State
vs Thomason..'. 1 00
Geo Crook, joror fees State vs
Thomason 1 00
J O Campbell, jnror fees, State '
vs Thomason 1 00
Harth & Son, mdte paupers. . . 12 00
Hnnter & Gier, furniture for
court honse -.. 66 75
Pike & Dean, mdse panper.. . 43 80
M A Wertz, commissioners sal
and mileage 44 80
J T Logan, commissioners sal
and mileage 68 00
Conrt adjourns until Monday,
November 12, 1906. -
(Unintentionally omitted last week.)
A. A. Porter has shipped a car load
E. M. Light visited Grants Pass
School is progressing very nicely,
15 pupils being enrolled.
C. II. Bean of Grave made Grants
Pass a visit last Sunday.
Miss Adah Light made Leland a
business trip last Monday evening.
Miss Pearl Lewis was the guest of
Miss Clorrah Light last Monday even
ing. Mrs. A. Oggier and her daughter,
Miss Margaret were guests of Mrs.
Lydia Johnston last Sunday.
Messrs. Clarence Farlelgh and Han
key Phillips, two of Leland 's mill
boys, viBited Grave last Satnrday.
Cale Corder and two children
have returned from Umatilla, Oregon.
We are all glad to see them back
The Grave school has oragnized a
literary club and on Friday, Septem
ber 14, the members of the clnb will
give a reading contest.
A very pleasant time was spent at
Hotel De Dnnoan last Sunday after
noon, quite a number being present
Some enjoyed themselves with a
melon contest, Miss Pearl Lewis be
ing champion melon eater, while
others entertained themselves with
singing and instrumental music
A UUSINKSS WniCII HAS fiKOYVN STROXf, OV rnRRFfT IWFIl.
CIIANDISE AT PtflCES WHICH
An oarnest and intense determination on the part of the management of this store
fortifiod by the same kind of determination on the part of our sales-people has brought
this store up to a position where it is socond to none in Southern Oregonn point of
popularity and general usefulness to those who make this their mecca for shopping.
Of courso our methods of doing business make Lowest Prices Possible. We go
into tho vory best markets and buy in person For Cash. We figure 'on a Spot
Cash basis to buy theso goods at lowest known cost.
Before buying your Fall and Winter Underwear just take a
few minutes time and have us show you through one of the
most complete stocks ever shown in Grants Pass, and all at
a price which will mean a saving to you. We can fil the whole family
20 doz Children's School Handkerchiefs, each lc
20 doz White Hemstitched, a good Sc Handkerchief, each. .. 3c
20 doz Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 10c,
25 gross Pearl Buttons, all sizes, worth 5c, per doz 2c
Ladies', Misses, aud Children's Hose Supporters, extra value,
25 pieces Toweling, nice soft finish, 17 inches wide, a crash
worth 7;c, for this sale, per yard
25 doz Men's and Boys' Ties,
aua isows, instead ot 2ac
Here are two of the Biggest Silk Bargains ever offered in
Peaudesoie Pure Silk, Black, Best Finish, full 36 inch QQrt
wide, per yard . cOU
Extra Quality Black Taffeta Silk,
September Sale, per yard
100 pairs Cotton Blankets, colors White, Gray and A Q
Tan, per pair tuG
100 Blankets,- Manufacturers' Odd Blankets, a clean up of the
mill. All perfect goods, only that they are Siugle Blankets,
mostly white Blaukets worth up to $1.25 each tz O
. per Blanket ...... T OoC
; W. C. T. U. COLUMN. ;
All matter for this column is supplied
by the Josephine County Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, Y. and L. T. L.
Red Letter Day, September 28,
"Children's Haivest Home." The
birthday of Frances E. WiUiard.
World's Convention, Boston, Mass.,
October 17-23, 19(W.
National Convention, Hartford,
Conn., October 26-31, 1906. State
convention Newberg, Oregon, Octo
ber 1-4, 1906.
Merlin, Wilderville, and Grants
Pass are to e'ert 1 legates to the State
Convention. Merlin Union holds its
annual meeting September 19. Wilder
ville reports to the county president
a very pleasant and interesting meet
lug since county convention.
Grants Pass Union held a business
meeting September 12 at the home of
Mrs. Calvert. A communication
from Mrs. Shane, State Treasurer, in
forms us that dues to the State will be
received till Septenibr 28. Member
ship contest will close September 26,
when all names mcst be reported
and admission fees paid. They who
secure five names (paid) are to receive
a W. C. T. U. pin. Mrs. Calyert has
already reported the number and is
entitled to "a pin. Others are busy
and will succeed before the close of
contest. "We work to win. "
September 13, Signal is filled with
L. T. L. news.
In Miss Anna Gordon's letter we
are told "The Loyal Temperance
Legion with its 500,000 followers is
represented in the countries of Aus
tn'alasia inoluding Victoria, Queens
land, Tasmania, West Australia,
South Australia and ' New South
Wales, Great Britain, Burma, Bermu
da, Buglaria, Canada, Chili, China,
Cuba, Cape Colony, Finland, South
Afioa, Iceland, India, Japan, Mada
gascar, Mexico, Norway, New Zea
land, Sierra Leone, Panama, Uruguay
and the United States.
The belief is growing on the conti
nent and in many lands that intelli
gent, enthusiastio training of children
and young people in the principles
PASS, ORE. w
Four in Hand. Shield, Tecks,
2 for 25c
36 inch wide, for
and methods of work of the Womans
Christian Temperance Union must
always go band in band with scien
tific temperance instruction. World's
L. T. L. motto "We will help lift
the world to the Light."
Herbert C. Shattuck of Ithaca, N.
Y., gives a briel letter of bis 16,000
mile journey for The Legion, July,
1905, to July, 1906, had been sent in
L. T. L. work. Two months were
spent in Oregon, visited 29 towns
and gave 104 addresses. More than
10,000 people were reaohed and 17
new legions oragnized.
Mrs. Caroline R. Humphrey, Michi
gan state superintendent of the Scien
tific Temperance Instruction depart
ment, has been for years secretary and
treasurer of the "Haviland Y" in
the Industrial Hume for Girls at
Adrian, Michigau. This Y is a most
interesting organization, jnst now
numbering 203. District aud state
does fur 60 have been paid this year,
and money earned by the sale of fancy
work made by the Y's . When a girl
leaves the home she goes with the
while ribbon on her breat and a large
per cent remain true to their pledge.
There are eight cottages on the
grounds, each with its vice-president
and secretary. Y meetings are
monthly. Mrs. Humphrey recently
delivered an interesting address be
fore the Adrian anion on the life and
work of Lady Henry Somerset. , It
was "fresh air mission day" and the
speaker dwelt inspiringly upon Lady
Henry's wonderful work at Dnxhurst.
Special meeting of W. C. T. U. will
be held Wendesday afternoon, Septem
ber 26, place announced from pulpit.
Prayer meeting, led by Mrs. Cow
drey. If It's a Reputation
you are after. White's Cream Verm i
luge has a world wide reputation as
the best of all worm destroyers, and
for its tonio influence on weak and
unthrifty children. It improves their
digetsion and assimilation of their
food, strentghens their nervous system
and restores them to health and vigor
natural to a child. If you want a
heathly, happy child get a hottle of
White's Cream Vermifuge. For sale
by National Drug Co. and Rotermund.
Our September Sale
Big line of the New
Fall Coats for Ladies,
Misses and Children.
You will find them here
in Nobby Fancy Manish
mixtures in plain cloth
or the new plaids. Spe
cial values for early bny-,
While on our Eastern purchasing trip we were very fortu
nate m landing some Extra Shoe Bargains-such goods as
Brown Shoe Co., Hamilton-Brown and Peters Shoe Co.
'BROWN SHOE CO.
Dongola Machine Sewed Shoe-Shoes that are sold r -
n the regular way at $1.50, for this sale, per pair 98C
BROWN SHOE CO. BANNER
Doncola Hlucher Put Patent
the regular way at $2, for this
HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE CO. PICNIC SHOE
Both light and heavy Sole, Blucher cut 2 50 cK 1
is the regular price, for this sale . $1.68
HA ST SH0E C- AMERICAN LADY
-tt elt Sole Blucher cut Shoe, sold and advertised in ,
pairga.z:?:! f" .th.is saie the $215
PETERS SHOE CO.. PAR EXCELLENCE '
Z a""noes worthy, for this sale d0
Sample Hosiery v Price
Men's, Ladies', Misses and Children's Samnl- tr
all heavy weight Fall and Winter good bought for 50 "
the dollar-that means that our customers 2 ! ,n
the price of one. - buy two Pairs for
SOMETIMES IT DOES I
A Hearty Mea.1 Should NeveriAn
noy or Distress.
A hearty meal should give a sense
of gratification and comfort It
should never annoy or distress. If
you have indigestion and discomfort
after eating, it shows that your di
gestive organs are weakened and they
cannot properly care for the food
which bus been swallowed. . If . yon
cannot eat and digest with pleasure
and comfort three good square, hearty
meals each day, you neea to use
Mi-o-na stomach tablets, and yon
should go to Rotermund fcr a box at
Mi-o-na is as nnlike te ordinary
pepsin digestive tablet as the electric
light is more valuable than a tallow
dip. Miona cures indigestion or
stomach trouble by strengthening and
regulating the whole digestive system,
thus enabling the organs to take care
of the food you eat without any dis
tress or discomfort.
Use Mi-o-na for a few days and the
nervousness, sleeplessness, general de
bility and weakness, Dackacne, loss 01
appetite, headache and other ills that
are caused by indigestion will be
banished and you will feel well all
Mi-o-na makes positive and lasting
cures and is sold nnder an absolute
guarantee that the money will be re
funded unless the remedy cures Ask
Rotermund to show you the guaran
tee he gives with every 60o box of
Wide Awake Fnrmer..
During the present season there will
be ten different stone niacadata roads
built near Decatur, Ind., saysS Motor
News. The county auditor's office has
been flooded with road petitions since
early In January. It seems as though
the farmers In this county are deter
mined to do their share, as some of
them have affixed their signatures te
several different petition.
She Found Relief.
If you are troubled with liver com
plaint and have not received help read
this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond,
Moody, Texas. : 1 'I was in poor
health with liver trouble for over
a year Doctors did me no good and
I tried Herbine, and three bottles
cured me. I can't say too much for
Herbine, as it is a wonderful liver
medicine. I always have it in the
hoosa. Publish where yon wish."
For sale by National Drog Co. and
H. A. Rotermnud.
tami iv j
sale, per pair. . . $1.25