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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. OCTOBER 5. 1906.
A 25 Reduction
Lasting 30 days, beginning October 1st, at
.Paddock's Bicycle Den.
Grants Pass Feed Store
0. L. GILLETT, Pkopr.
Kinds of Flour, Feed, Mill Feed, Hay, Grain,
Poultry Foods, Etc.
SACKS AND HIDES BOUGHT
-'Cor. 6th and J. Sts. Grants Pass, Ore.
i2? SCHOOL JUPPLIU
I LAUREL GROVE
W TTf Tf f
Charles Swinden will soou nave hii
Charles Haberman i banting baled
bay to Grants Pass.
Ye icribe and Amos Williams are
cutting wood for H. T. Day.
Mr. Haberman and sons are onttinv
their tbird crop of Alfalfa bay at
J as. J. McFadden ii still baling bar
lo our valley and also on oar side of
A social was given at Murpby lut
Friday ninbt for the good of the Rev.
Mr. Gatts. All report a good time.
Talk aboot pretty girls, we liave
more pretty and lovely girls at Mnr
pby and Lao re 1 Grove than anywhere
Ed McCracken sold his lumber outfit
to John Letteken of Williams and Ed
leaves ns to go to California, where
be has a stage contract.
A number of our yonng men (aid
your city a visit last Wednesday night
to attend the Modern Woodmen lodue.
Among them were A. Mathew, Will
Haberman, Walter Farra, Arch
Boncli, Ed McCracken, Charles Root,
A. H. Feon.
We are informed that N. M. Will
iams of Ballard, Wash., is going to
return to Grants Pass in the near
future. No place like Oregon yet;
they all come back to paradise on
earth for such is Oregon.
Word was received from N. M.
Williams, who is located in Ballard,
Wash., and he says times are lively
np there, but that it is very rainy and
damp, no sunshine at all. What a
blessed land of snnshine we have here.
Everybody who comes through onr
valley and sees the big red apples on
the trees in the big orohards declare
we have a garden of Eden, and we
know we have; what more does any
one want? Everything that is good to
eat and drink and somewhere to go.
On last Saturday night the young
people of Murphy and Lanrel Grove
gatheied at the borne of Will Haber
man and spent a very pleasant even
ing dancing and tripped the light
fantastic until the wee small hours of
morning. It was a farewell dance
giveu in honor of Mr. Haberman who
goes to Port laud to assume bis studies
in business college.
The Courier it the farmers' paper
JAP RAIDERS CAL'GHT.
Victoria, B. C. Oct. a. News was
received today from the Orient of the
seizure of the Japanese sealing
schooners Talfuku Maru and Dalsan
j Talyo Mara, owned by the same com
i pany as the Dai Nl Taihyo Maru,
which was caught raiding the SU
Paul rookery in Bering Sea and had
live of her crew killed and twelve
captured. The two Japanese sealing
vessels were captured off Copper
Islands by a Russian warship, one ol
the three sent to guard the Copper
Islands rookeries when the wholesale
raids made by the Japanese in the
past two seasons were reported and
towed to Petropavlovsk and confis
cated. An authoritative statement re
ceived by the steamer Bellerophon
states that 38 Japanese sealing ves
sels were engaged this season, two-
( thirds being sent to Bering Sea,
others sealing off Kamshatka and in
Dinger Frou the Plague.
There's grave danger from th
plague of Coughs and Colds that are
so prevalent, unless you take Dr.
King's New Discovery for Cousuiup'
tion, Coughs aud Colds Mis. Geo.
Walls, of Forest City, Me., writes:
"Its a Godsend to people living in
climates wner coughs aud colds pre
vail. I find it qnickly ends them. It
prevents Pneumonia, cures LaGrinne.
gives wonderful relief in Asthma and
Flay Fever, aud makes weak lungs
strung euouRU to wara off (Jonsuinp
tion, Coughs and Colds. 50o and
fl.lw. Guaranteed by all druggists.
Trial bottle free.
A Poor Place For the Cooler.
It is not uncommon to find a milk
cooler hung In or nenr the cow stable,
where the air Is liideu with dust, dirt,
foul odors nnd possibly disease germs,
which readily puss Into the milk. The
best dairy practice requires that the
milk sliiill be removed from the stable
as quickly 11s possible lifter It is drawn,
preferably to building or n room in
dependent of the barn, where It cun be
aerated with pire nlr and cooled at
once In clean hiiitiiiiimIIiiks.
:licuiml of Foods.
Silu;:e Is tin? cheapest of roods. Ex
periment s;:it;ous lin vt demonstrated
this by :i-t:i:il te ls. These proved
that o:i e ivtioM milk costs GS
rents per no p n--.i:!s. while ou grain
ration It -' Sl.ir, per 100 pounds;
avcrarp c! i t;t er cow per month
on silage. .-,.st; ... mid with grain only
:.!.- i eii Fcrm ma Hunch.
All matter for this column is supplied
by the Josephine County Woman's (Tirin-
tian lemperance union, X. ana L.. 1. L,.
State Convention just closed at
New berg. Josephine Connty came in
on "Benefit night, " Delegates occn
p ed place of honor. All can rejoice
and be encouraged.
Wilder ville Union held a reception
lor their members, Mr. and Mrs.
Claik. The Union is increasing in
members and interest. Following
officers and superintendents were
elected for ensuing year :
Piesideut, Mr. H. D. Jones; vice
president, Mrs. M. C. Lewis; ,cor.
seo'y, Mrs. Rachel McCann ; treas.,
Mrs. Edweina Lovelace ; mothers
meetings sup. , Mrs. L. Stepheuson ;
Evangelistic, supt. Mrs. Akers.
i The mxt regular meeting will be
! Mothers Meeting aud a very interest
ing paper will he read upon the sub
ject: "The child in onr Midst
What Shall we do with the Boy?"
Yon are invi'ed to attend the meeting.
Grants Pass W. C. T. U. has held
47 meetings during the year 22 have
been program meetings under our
faithful department superintendents
as follows :
October 20, Meioy, Mrs, Chapman.
November 8, Sunday School, Mrs.
November 17, Evangelistic, Mrs.
December 15, Peace and Arbitra
tion, Mrs. Fay.
December 29, Crusade Day, Mrs.
January 12, Mothers Meeting, Mrs.
January 26, Anti-Narcotics, Mrs.
February 9, Pnrityin Literature and
Art, Mrs. Berry.
Feb. 23, F. E. Willard Mem. meet
ing, Mrs. Savage.
March 9, Institute, county or
ganized. March 3, Prohibition Rally Day,
April 6, Mothers meeting, Mrs.
April 20. Parliamentary, Mrs. Hil-
April 27, Medal Contest, Mrs. Sum
May 11, Medal Contest (Merlin),
May 18, Franchise, Mrs. Ament.
May 30, Christian Citizenship, Mrs.
June 15, Flower Mission, Mrs.
Hyde and Mrs. Gould.
July 6, Open Air meeting, Mrs.
July 20, Local Institute and Stndy,
July 37, Medical Temperance, Mrs.
August 10, Mothers Meeting, Mrs.
Carefully prepared programs have
been given and all listened to by fair
Flower mission congregation at
Christian church was the largest at
tendance of friends during the year
there beine 150 present. Flower
Mission Department report 170 boo
quets distributed, 82 visits made to
the sick and deserving, f 14 expended
for relief, Japanese and San Francisco,
20,800 pages of literature distributed.
In answer to special call for prayer,
by state, Grants Pass union called a
meeting for September 26 at Christian
Church and same was led by Mrs.
Cowdrey. ' An hour was spent in
prayer and Praise service. Necessary
businefs was transacted aud order
drawn for payment of dues to the
state. 70 members' dues have been
paid this year. Membership contest
resulted iu four W. O. T. U. pins
being earned Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs.
Savage, Mrs. Heukle aud Mrs. Cal
vert. In February wn will observe mem
bership week and may adopt the same,
plan. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Lovelace
names were transferred to Wilderville
Union. Letters of sympathy written
Mrs. Bower, Miss Lomas and Mrs.
Keel. Meeting of W. O. T. U. for
October 6 will be held at the home of
Mrs. Pike, corner of 7th and E street
Departments selected and superintend
ents elected for same for the enBning
year. HATTIE I. C. CALVERT,
Reporter pro tem.
The W.O. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. Rose Weidmau, October
12. At this meeting the report of
the State Convention will be given by
our delegate, Mrs. Loughridge. Plans
for the coming year's work will be
submitted by the president and the
superintendent of the departments.
All members are nrged to be present.
MKS. CORA HENKLE, Pres.
H. I. O. CALVERT,
Haa Stood the Test 2S Years.
The old. original GROVES' Taste
less Chill Tonio. Ton know what you
are taking. It is i'on and quinine in
a taBtiess iorm. ao cure, no pay. 50o.
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BARGAINS FOR OUR OCTOBER
nipr2C,beliefVeti nivinS the people a square deal-not to sell merchandise of inferior quality. But
thatVm RiUC latin and Rratifin satisfaction, fore choosing
u se new thm for your home, and your Winter's supply of Groceries do yourself the justice of visit-
PI v li!1 Ur SpUndid St0ck' GROCERIES, FURNITURE, CAR-
our nlUies , ii KAM', GKANITE' ' PORCELAIN and GLASSWARE. You will find
our qualities and prices unmatchable.
. . I
Wo handlo tho Imperial ami Now Chief Kano-os
the very best steel rango on tho market; are
perfect in every respect and aro guaranteed
for 10 years. We aro selling them
at a special price of $32.50
Tho Ruby Heating Stove is the best wood stove on
tho market today; is mado of tho best sheet
iron with cast top and bottom, and cast lined,
with nickel trimmings $S.50 and $0.50. Tho
lono Air light Heaters with cast ton
and lined 1 C. Z(
White Iron Beds with brass trimmings, full size $3.
Full size double bed; Colouial pattern, high
post and heavy chill and eastings $5. Full
sizo Yum Yum Springs for either wood or iron
beds $3. Full size wool top Mattress
with Xo. 1 ticking $3.00
Round top pedestal, quarter sawed, solid oak, G-foot
Extension Tables $20; cannot bo duplicated for
less than $35. Moot square top, A
weathered oak Extension Table $7 00
Axminster Hugs, 9x12. $22.50; 7x9, $17.50. Fro
Brussels 0x12, $12.00; Ingrain, 9x12, $6.
Brussels Carpet, per yard uUC
Wash Boilers and Tubs at cost No. 1, all copper
Boilers, $2; No, 1, copper bottom and
rim, $1.25; No. 1 copper bottom 5C
Wash Tubs, No. 3 galvanized, 75c; No. 2,
05c; No. 3
Good Linoleum at 55c, 55c and GOc per yard.
We Pav Cash for Produce
We have our own delivery wagon and
prompt delivery is assured.
Remember the place.
We hade the most complete line of Crockery
of any store in Grans Pass and our prices are the
lowest. 54-piece Dinner Set of the high-grade
Liverpool ware, $5.G0. 90-piece decorated set,
$11.60. This is imported ware and of the very
Every article on our 5c and 10c Counters aro
Our Grocery Department is complete the
buality is the best and our prices have got to be
Fancy Creamery Butter, Full Cream Cheese,
Merced Sweet Potatoes, new Water White Honey,'
Genuine Codfish Middles.
We are sole agents for GREGG'S Famous
Coffee used on every Pullman dining car in th
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605 N. 6th Street - Phone 753