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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906.
Flour and Feed
Fresh Fruits and vgetables
are exceedingly fine and in
Choice Spuds and Sweet
Fresh Creamery Butter.
Flour and Feed.
Front St., Near Palace Hotel
O RANTS PASS, - OREGON
Waldo is quiet at this wriling.
O. 8. Mathewson made us a visit
v Ming Ethel Woodcock of Kerby Bpent
last week with Miss Adame.
Ralph Fehely and Wesley Woodcock
made ni a visit Wednesday.
W. II. Borgman and Mark Bunch
left for Shii Franoigoo (Sunday. We
all wish them a pleasant trip.
Mr. Oeu Epporly and fiimily have
been ou a camping trip at the foot of
the Crescent City mountains.
Mrs. A. J. AduuiH, Mm. I. Decker,
II. T. Borgnia and Joe Johnson made
a, trip to Grants Pass last woek.
Newman N E. Church.
Tlio pastor having gone to Portland
to atleud conference, the, services at
ihls cliur.'li will ba an folio ws : Suu
day suhool at 10 a. ni. , Epworth
League at 0 :!IU p. in. Let thorn bu
the UHinil atti'iiihiurco.
Next Sunday at tliiH church Kvun
P. Hughes, the Pastor, will apeak
morning and evening. The services
10 a. in., Bible School, Snpt. II. O.
11 a. ni. Morning Worship. Tlimo
"Tlu (Tnkiiowu Quantity."
U:!10 p. m. Devotional Hour of the
Y. P. H. 0. E.
7:80 p. in. Evening Worship.
Theme Historical Lot-turd ou "Mar
tin Luther aiyl tlm Hiiforinatinii. "
; A cordial invitation is eiteuded to
.all to al lend these sol vices.
The Classified Ad columns of the
Courier contain many items which
will he ol iiitortmt to you and you
tdiould make it a poiut to read them
Fine commercial printing at the
Our ;cif'03 nro riht niul
our ,'. A are tlio bost
Ihuo you tried our Cof-
feo? nothing hotter on
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, 3
I'Oiunls for 2o.
Full ('roam Choose.
Fancy Creamery Nutter.
Try our Poppy Flour,
$1.2.5 por sack.
Atwater & Carl
Lucius Robinson is attending school
in Grants Pass this term.
A few from these parts are attend
ing coort this week in Grants Pass.
There was an apple catting at W.
S. Robinson's Monday night of this
Mrs. Close visited a few days at
the home of her brother, Andrew
The hop pickers are gathering in to
their homes to enjoy the frnits of
Mrs. E. A. Wade of Grants Pans
visited a few days with old friends
O. F. Lovelace, E. Erickgon, John
Lews and Henry Hocking are home
again after being over on Louse creek
patting in a new bridge.
Rev. George Hoxie and wife of
Williams Creek gpent Sunday in Wild
ervillo. Rev. Hoxio preached at 11
o'clock and also in the evening at 7 :!!0.
Thursday of hot week t lie ladies of
tlio W. C. T. U. mot at Rev. George
Clark 'g. A picnio dinner was served
and a ladies foot race wag run. Woold
like to tell who won the foot race,
but might get my hair pulled. Busi
ness meeting in the afternoon.
X PRO VOLT I
We are having a series of meetings
at Provolt which will be conducted by
Mr. Speck for the period of four
weeks. Come all, ag Mr. Speck is
joKt rrnin the east and a splendid
speaker and will appreciate the pres
ence of all who come.
The social dance given at Roho's
hall at Applegate Saturday evening on
heluilf of the many departing friends
from the hop fields was a success
and all had a pleasant time. .The
dance cloned at 1 :!M). Music was fur-nii-hed
by Prof. G. W ilerriott of
Applegate, Lua IlatiHftn of Humbug
and T. E. Lewniau of Provolt.
Hop picking in over and the yield
this season was larger than that of
hiHt season In the Central Applegate
Valley and the quality is Bret-class.
The hop growers nre well pleiiHod and
are ready to face another season of
toil iti th hop hnsiuos us prices this
season are. very encouraging. The
picking hchhiiii was quite long this
year lasting S3 days, 11 days longer
than any previous year in the hop
business at this phiee. Hay crops
are also larger than UMial aurt rain is
expected before the crops are in.
Placer and quartz location uotaos,
mine deeds, leases, etc., at the
Woman's Relief Corps.
The Woman's relief corps held its
regular h.mh i-iiiniilit.lv meeting at
Workman hall Satnrdiy afternoon,
September 23. President Mrs.
Christiana Good now in the chair.
There was the nsual largo attend
ance and month's work showed ad
vancement in all lines.
Most satisfactory work has ben
done by the local relief committee
also money and other supplies iu
connection with the Roseburg cottage
Now members are being added both
from tlia tityj and county. The prcs
ent membership reaching nearly the
three sore and ten mark of active
energetic, loyal . women, united iu
thought and deed to give aid and
sympathy to the veterans and their
dependeut ones. It was with genuiue
pleasure the corps greeted for the first
time since her return from Miune-
upolis, Mrs. Mary 0. Ilildreth, de
I affluent president of Ore gou.
! .Mrs. Ilildreth was very ill while
'attending the National convention,
'depriving hr of mnch of the pleasure
she had anticipated. She said the
puncipal work before the conveutiou
was the improvement of the ritualstio
woik which is growiug more ditllcult
each year. The Woman's Relief
Corps, the only authorised auxiliary
of the G. A. R. has a memuitiertdiip
of A0, 000 ami was represented by SiiO
nfll 'ers aud delegate. Mrs. Helen M.
Packard, George Wright corps No. 1,
Portland, Oregon, was elected oueT"
the National officer
At the close of the business hoiir."a
fruit, luncheon was served hyj Mes
dames Alversou, Ahlf, Audersou, Ber-
ry.;um i aivert, which was most
thoroughly aud socially enjoyed by all
proseut. ALICE M VLLORY.
W. U. O. Cor.
IXow is the time for all good busl
uess men said cottage owuers to insure
againsttire in the Oregon Fire Relief
Association, "with U. B. Heudricks
agent for Josephine county. Office
opposite P. O., Orints Pass, Oregou.
Thro Year) for Signing Check.
W. E. Wilson had a meteorio career
in Grants Pass. He arrived in town
the middle of last week and proceeded
to arrange for the purchase of fruit
lands to the amount of about 80,000.
On the strength of th's he wrote a
check on the First National Bank of
Southern Oregon Saturday for 25 and
asked W. B. Sherman to endorse it for
h.m. This was done as a matter of
accommodation.' Several other checks
for smaller amounts were also written
and endorsed by other business men,
and the cash realized on them. Mr.
Sherman took the precaution to tele
phone Mr. Gilkey regarding Wilson
and his bank account aud found that
the account wag a ininag quantity.
He then took measures to apprehend
Wilson who was lodged in jaiL On
Friday Judge Hanna sentenced Wilson
to three years at the Salem penitentiary.
FIELDS At Murphv, Oregon, Satur
day, September 22, JDOU, to Mr.
and Mrs. II. E. Fields, a daughter.
NORCROSS At 'Grants Pass, Ore.,
Saturday, Septebmer 15, 1D06, to
Mr. aud Mrs. Noah Norcross, a
CASHIN AKEHS In Eugene. Ore.,
Monday, Septeuibtr 21, llJ0S, Charles
Cashiu, of Josephine county and
Miss Ethel At ers of Lane costy.
Justice of the Peace Bryson officiating.
DENISON HOGAN At Portland,1.!, w, A
Tuesdav. Septemh r 25. li)0(i, J the time. Wake up, Monty, aud give
Willard Deuison of Grants Pass, and i D8 m0le news aua mt regularly,!
MiFs Lillian Hogun ot Jefferson, ! please. Jumbo was out hunting and
uregon, Uuv. J. W. McUougall
The contracting parties have been
residents of Grants Pass for a num
ber of years and have a host of friends
who with them a long and happy life.
Mr. Denisnn has been a resident of
this city for 13 years and for 10 years
past has been clerking in the Sugar
Pino Store and for several years head
cf the dry goods department. The
bride was a teacher in the Grants
Pass schools for several years. The
bride and groom will leuve Portland
by steamer for San Pedro, and will
then go to Long Reach, their future
home, where Mr. Deuison has a posi
tion as head salesman iu the silk and
dress goof's department of one of the
larger mercantile establishments
CLARK - YERKE At Vancouver,
Wash., Tuesday, September 25, l'.IOli,
H. J. Clitrk and Miss Vesta Yerke,
both of Grants Pass.
Both parties are well and favorably
known in this city, the bride having
lived here with her mother since
childhood. The groom is a brick
mason and contractor and has made
Grants Pass his home for several years
WIMER McDOUGAL At the Catho.
lie Manse by Rev. Father Waite, on
Wednesday, September 211, l'.IOli,
Kvaii Wimer and Miss Marjorie Mo -
The many friends of this popular
young couple joiu iu extending to
them their most hearty cougratula-
tions and best wishes for their future
happiness and success, aud that the
khiuuh oi irouoie ana iriais
may not come to them. Roseburg
BAGLEY At Grants Pass, Oregon,
Thursday, September 27, l'JOti, Fred
Bagley, aged 24 year 4s, mouths.
The deceased has b?ei couduoting a
general store at Takilma for a year
past but for some time has been
suffering with spinal meniugitis aud a
week ago was brought here for treat
ment, although there wag at the time
no possibility of recovery.
KENDALL At the family residence
at Grant Pass, Oregon, Tuesday,
September 25, UMJfl, James Kendall,
aged 4U years.
itie deceasod has been a resideut of
Grants Pass for seven years, comina
nere ironi Cornwall, England, to en
gage in the milling business with the
Williams Brothers. Mr. Kendall had
spent nearly seven years in South
Africa, ou his first trip remaining
there thres years and returning to
stay aUiut four years, where he a-1
engaged as foreman for ouu of
poillh African mining poiininniua All
the resideuts of the district entered j
the English sorvice at the time of the
Boer war and Mr. Kendall was in the '
service at the time of the Jameson
raid. He later left Africa on account
of being affected with the deep
miners' complaint, an effect ion of the
lungs which afterwards developed '
into consumption, the cause of his:
death. Out of 10 young men who left i
riiwall together to work iu the
miues there is now but oue left, all
the others having died of the same
complaiut. Mr. Keudall was a
thorough geutleman, a kind father
and a good neighbor and an upright
man. He loaves wife aud four
children. The fuueral services wer.
noi.l ou eilui,lty afteruoou at the
family residence, aud the interment at
the l. u. o. r. cemetery, iu charge
of the Masouio fraternity. The A. K. ,
A. M. aud Kuights ot Pythias '
lodges at tended "the ffuneral in a'body. I
fffff f f f ff ff f f f "Fttvttv
Everybody well in our valley, ex
cept a few with cold.
A. H. Fenn has his hay baled and
is going to Washington soon.
Cool nights, Lot days make as all
bustle and feel gay and jolly.
We welcome settlers in onr midst,
bat we are not anxions to sell ont.
Mr. Haberman, Esq., returned to
bis borne last Saturday from Colorado.
Walter Farra sold a good span of
horses last week at $300 and has about
28 head left and all first-class horses.
We are working hard to have a
lodge at Morhpy of the Modern Wood
men of America. Dr. Seaton is our
' Rain is falling again this morning
aud our farmers have hay cut again.
Oh, where are oar good weather
Alonzo Hyde bought a new mowing
machine last week and is cutting his ;
third nrnn rtt alfalfa and pnnU mi , !
- "1' - - . uu.. .. ...
the 4th crop if the rain holds off.
'Tis sad to hear of the death of
Wide Awake as he will be missed by
his friends and family, and also by
the oorrespoucence staff. Hope
someone will take up his position as
What has become of the Davidson
correspondent? He writes only once
! in n whilst Tno in nut rt naliinn narr nf 1
got five deer last week. Come over. .
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v 1 1 1 j niin cel. vduibvu miLU mc.
Johu Williams had the misfortune
to burn about 200 yards of fence last
week and is very bogy putting in a
new one. He has about live acres in
strawberries and is going to plant
about that any more. Mr. Williams'
has a fine farm on the Applegate
which is well adapted to all kinds of ,
fruit as well as good hiy. Mr. Will- '
ianis also keeps a guod band of first
cl iss milk cows. j
Th hay balers nra still in our val- (
ley. Our farmers have so much hay
that it will take the lnling men till j
Christmis to get done, if wo get any '
more inig.iting ditchei and hay wo 1
can not tike cire of it all. Ye ferine
was mist ik 'U about tho amount of.
hay at Mr. Haberinan's they had
65 tons instead of -ll). We are at the
heal of the h'V market. We raise
,,. ay in oar vull,.v ,,, lnjy othpr
van0J. of its Bize in oregon. i
Cow Creek Lumber Company.
Oscar Sinipkins is balling hay this !
, week. j
' Kl" Diiuiek of Grant Pass is hauling
i lumber from this phica to Woodvillo. !
. , . . I
1 red 1!r"wn ot Sa" """'O
i visiting relatives at this place this
Billio Wilcox of Grants Pass re-j
' turned homo Weduesday. We regret,
I to see him go. j
Heury Peeks was promoted Wedues-!
day from cut-off
boy to off-bearer
e edger. j
' The mill will shut down about next '
j Thursday, having cut about 2000.000
.feet this Summer. j
The children of this community
seem to enjoy themselves playing :
marbles fine oliuiute, you know. j
We have quite exciting times
around here. Rob Breeding has his
horse dowu iu the saw dust pit Mon-!
National Convention Knights of!
New Orleans, Louisiana, October 1
15th. to 25th, 1908. j
! For the above occasiou round trip !
' tickets will ha n i f... u-,. '
Pass under the following conditions: '
(1) Hoih was via .Southern 'x.
citlo ami Ki Pjso, 7.j. f"t.
(ii) lieu way vi Finland, Den
ver aud T x'iu , $x. Id.
(c) lij.ii waf . .a P irtlanl, Ka'i-
na ity a id Sf. Inini
or St. r,iu!;
aud 8c. Louis, J4.oJ.
(d) Both ways via Portland and
Going transit limit 10 days
date of sale, finl retnrn
Stopovers will be granted iu eithor
direction withiu limit of tickets at
points west of St. Louis, and Chicago.
Hates for tickets goiug via routes
B. C. or D, returning via" California
or vice versa, will be flS.SO higher
the Portland, rate via route
Wm. McMURRAY, O. P.JA.
For Fire Insurance
1 The O. F. X A. of McMinnville
are the cheapest aud have 13 year
-That tells the
'orttling 'fire "losses.'That tells the
2 iHn .deceived y "other
uts who have.selflsh motives. In
no event will it . cost you more thau
thestaudard stock compauies charge
Pr annum. H. B. HENDRICKS,
ARt Grants Pass, Ore. 7-27 tf
Bright Outlook for Normal
We are pleased to note that . the
Sammer session of the State Normal
School at Monmooth, which will close
in another week, has been very suc
cessful. The enrollment has reached
120, and many of the eminet educa
tors of the state have taken part in
The coming regular session, which
opens September 26, promises a very
large increase in the enrollment
With the added apparatus and new
material for the various departments,
aud the renovation of the entire build
' ings, the school has a most promising
I outlook. The demand for the gradu
ates of the Monmouth Normal is ex
' tending beyond the borders of the
Legal blanks at the Courier office.
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Banking and Trust Co.
GRANTS PASS. ORE.
I Buv and Sell Real Estate
HOW IS THIS?
-40 acres 3 miles from
good house, pantry
wood shed ; 30 acres fenced.
Yours for bargains,
The Keal Estate JInit
Hku.0 393 Office, 611 Residence.
516 E. Street
1 l T. '
1V....Y MEN CAN ArrcRD THE LITTLE LUyirtp
CTIWSS b!T A'ilE REALLY Too CARriVf
4 1 l L,
11 CLP J
TO PUT CN A
v, :r .Mr
O W LLL oulJ OF CLOTHED.
GIVE YOU A COOD FR.ONT. WE CAN JUPPLY YOU
NOT ONLY WITH SWTS AND OVERCOAT f r?t
WITH EVERYTHING YoU VEAR UNDER THPM
JUPPOJE YOU LOOK AT OUR 2 5C AND SOU ?r
or NECKTIE, OUR 50C AND i ? i.inS nrl"?
OUR 12 AND 25C LINE OF HOJ ERY OUR 50 C
AND $. 25 LINE OF GLoVrc. owp VxL5?9
LINE OF UNDERWEAR. WE CAN rURNMH Vnii
BODY AND MAKE IT FIT To LIVE IN UR
FRUIT GROWER PFriii c
NEXT WEEK, WATCH OUR
P?W. -5EE THE GOOD
OvV, OLE THE GOODJ
f-VLrvY ONE OF THEM
QE0. 5. CflLHOgN C.
OUTFITTERJ8T0 BOY flNb flflli
A party of seven missionaries boond
to the Orient will stop in Grants Pass
next Tuesday and spend the day and
evening here, the guests of Rev. J.
B. Travis and members cf the Baptist
church. In the evening a missionary
rally will be held at the Baptist
church to which the pobJio Is cor
dially invited. The principal speaker
will be Rev. Jacob Speicher who ia
in obarge of the party. Rev. Speicher
is a talented sneaker and has been a
missionary in China for several years
and be has traveled much in that
country and been a close observer of
the people and the trend of events in
the country that Is destined scon to be
the market for so many American
products and his address will be of
much interest to both those interested
in missionary work and to business
Grants Pass. Ore.
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