Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, December 21, 1906, Image 5

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    ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, DECEMBER 14. 1906.
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Got, irrigk and inAuvre trerything you
hul." American (Jrocer.
IT WILL SOON BE
HotiM YmQO
UI I J AIIIUO
Spect Santa Clans will get part of
his load from this store, we think be
bag bis eye on thosa
Tiny Navel Oranges at lOo per
dozen.. (They're good. )
Fancy Navel Oranges at 35 and 40c.
Bananas, special for 10 days, 25 and
80 cents dozen. '
Nioe bright mixed caudy, per pound,
12 o
Lamp ribbon mixed, per pound, 15c.
Fancy ribbon mixed, per pound.
20 cents.
French mixed, per pound, 25o.
Best LosNetoa Walnats( worth 25c)
see onr window, 20o per pound.
Soft shell Almonds, 20 and 25o.
Filberts & Brazil Nats.
Imported Turkish Figs, in baskets,
25 and 30o.
California White or Black Figs, 8
pounds for 25c.
Raisins and Currants (the best )16
oz. package, 12,'o.
Fancy Cluster Raisins, per pound,
25c.
More of that good Mince Meat at ISo.
Apple Batter, Heioz's at 15c
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER
iu Toilet Soaps
1 Box 8 bars assorted, for 25c.
See our window.
White House
Grocery
THE STORE FOR GOOD COF
I EE AND TEAS
Two hundred and fifty new Edison
Phonograph records received at the
mnsio btore this week. Come and make
your selection while the stock is com
plete. r
A. U. Bawd
At the Big Store, North Side
Is receiving a 50-foot car of
New Furniture, every, piece
of which will bo suitable for
Holiday trade and as good
for every day in the year.
Corne early and make your
selections.
Rockers
Morris Chairs
Ladies' Desks
Music Cases
Water Sets
Pictures at Your Own Price
Rugs, H s'zes an( quotes
Water Sets
and a thousand other things,
including a
White Sewing Machine
All at prices that defy com
petition. . You will lose money if
you do not examine this of
fer and stock.
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A. II.
Sixth and
GRANTS. PASS, -!
Mrs. Win. Carrol returned Saturday
evening from Eugene, where she has
ber n visiting friends and relatives.
Fred Menech went to Portland!
Thursday for a brief stay on business
in oouneotion With bis work as U. S.
deputy surveyor.
Fred Wilcox, freight clerk at the
depot, left Monday morning for Hood
River and other northern points to
spend the Holidays.
Attorney A. N. Orcutt and Court
Reporter I. B. Riddle, of Koeebarg,
were in Grants Pass last Saturday
taking testimony in the Ames-Moore
case.
Misses Harriet and Emily Seymour
of Flint, Mich., cousins of Mrs.
Fred'k Strieker, arrived Sunday
morning to spend the Winter in
Grants Pass.
Mrs. C. L. Clevenger returned
Weduesday from Roseburg where she
has spent the past Beveral weeks with
her parents who have been ill, but are
now recovering.
Mrs.. E. M. Watson, who has been
visiting at the home of her son, B.
Watson for the past few months,
tailed Monday on her return tiip to
her home in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heitman ar
rived in Grants Pass Tuesday evening
from Scottsburg, to spend the holi
days with Mrs. Heitman's parents,
M r. and Mrs. W. R. Nipper.
E. V. Smith returned the first of
the week to spend the holidays with
his family. Mr. Smith has spent the
past six weeks in the tall timber in
Lane county, where he is securing a
large tract of land.
Mrs. T. C. Booth left Wednesday
for Ashland to join Mr. Borth who
went there some time ago. They will
engage in the hotel business there,
having taken charge of the Snnnyside
hotel, near the depot.
Mrs. J, D. Fry left Wednesday
morning for Southern California to
spend the Winter on account of her
health. She will go diractly to San
Diego and spend several weeks, and
will later visit friends at other;points.
Frank Jordan, formerly of Jose
phine connty, residing for many years
at the family home near Merlin, but
now a resident of Cottage Grov,
spent several days at the home and at
Grants PaBP, returning to Cottage
Grove Sunday.
A. J. Atwater and family and B. J.
Carl and family left this week for
Santa Cruz, Cal., after having dis
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OREGON.
posed of their general stock in this
city. Thosa gentlemen have property
i at Santa Cruz and will spend the
Winter there although they have not
yet decided where they will perma
nently locate.
John Nalockowskl will leave about
January 1 for Williams, Ariz., where
he has property. After disposing of
his interests H ere he will go to Gold
fields to at least spend the Whiter.
He will not spend' his time looking for
a gold mine but will devote his time
to his regular vocation as contractor
and build-r.
The Fall term of . school in the
Missouri Flat district closed last
Friday. This is the third term in that
district for Victor Dickey and he is
given credit for conducting a very
successful chool. Mr. Dickey came
to Grants Pass Tuesday on his way to
Wolt Creek to make a visit with an
ancle there, after which he will go to
Clackamas county to spend a month or
two with his parents. He expects to
return early in the Spring and to
again teach in this connty.
Claud Hockett, local manager for
the' California Pine Box and Lumber
Co., was taken seriously ill Monday
night with appendicitis and was in a
critical condition for several days, j
At present he is much improved and I
his condition is very favorable. Mrs.
Hockett arrived here Wednesday night
from Sau Francisco where she had
gone to spend Christmas with her
parents. Mr. Hockett was planning
to spend the holidays with his wife in
San Francisco.
U, OF 0. GLEE AND
MANDOLIN CLUB
Will Appear et the Opera, Hou ae
Saturday Night. De
cember 22nd.
Great interest is being manifested
in Grants Pass in the appearance of
the University of Oregou Glee and
Mandolin Clubs next Saturday even
ing at the Opera House. From the
time the curtain goes np on the first
number till the end of the sketch
which closes the program there is
something doing all the time. When
you get SO college boys together in
a concert something has got to hap
pen and tilings certainly do happen
in tlio coming concert. With old col
lege songs, mandolin mnsio, funny
stunts, killing monologues, solos, late
song hits, and catchy instrumental
music, the audience has no ohance for
a breath. The progiam opens with a
group of two songs to "Oregon,"
which are sung with all the spirit
and patriotism of University of Ore
goo Students. One of these songs,
''Hail to Oregon" was composed this i
year by Mr. Henderson of the club, i
and has already become a favorite in
the hearts of the boys. The program
then proceeds with Mandolin Clubj
selections, a monologue by Kelly, a j
solo by Billy Neal and the Glee Club, j
more Mandolin Mnsio, then a solo by i
Prof. I. M. Glen. This number de-
serves special mention. Prof. Glen i
is known all through this rart ot the
state on account ol his excellent work
in connection with the Chaotaaquas
at Athalud. His solo will be the
Prologue to Pagliaci, a number which
shows off his rich baritone voice in
creut srvlc lie will doubtless hn
welcomed by his ninny friunds in a
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most enthusiastic manner.
Roy Kelly then comes on with a
sliriekingly funny monologue. His
work Is of the droll sort that takes the
audieuce bv storm, and if vou haven't
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j had a good bear y laugh lately you
want to bear
him "Bock" as he is
called among the boys has a "grin" j Henry Yokoro, a pioneer of Oregon,
that is irresistible, died at his home in this city Monday,
The program ends with a sketch at the age of 73 years. The funeral
portraying scenes in college life. It services were held yesterday in Rid
goes off with a snap and ginger that ' din, Oregon, where the body was ship-
only college boys can pat into it In
it are introduced all th late song
bits as well as some old College sougs
that all the old colli ge people love.
In the sketch also are a lot of indi-
vidoal stunts by members of the tlob, '
notably Van Dnsen, whose work in
niagio and as the hypnotist is very 1
clever. !
On the whole the show is a dandy.
It gives you a young teeling again
and yon take home with yon a taste
of real col'ege life.
Rerne uber it's Saturday night, De
cember 23, at the Opjra Hoose.
COMING EVENTS.
Dec. 81, Monday Forester's
Mask
Ball at the opera bouse.
Deo. 2S, Friday Meeting of taxpayers
of School distict No. 7, at the high j
school building for the purpose of '
levying a special tax. '
Jan. 2, Wednesday Grants Pass publio
schools open after Christmas holi
days. O. O. Lund and George Peil have ,
rented the hall in the brick block
erected last Summer on North Sixth '
street by L. B. Hall. Messrs. Land &
Peil have bad the hall handsomely
fitted op for rent for rublio gather
ings.
; A Brief Record of A
;j Local Events. 5
Forester's Mask Ball, December 81.
J. F. Rice and Jaok Hamilton of
Myrtle Creek, have leased placer
mine ou Evans creek which they will
work this season.
T he Portland Journal has ordered a
now Hoe press which when coniplered,
wil be the largest ever brought to
the Paoifio Coast, even larger than
those now used in San Francisco or
Seattle.
A package of nice calling cards
make an acceptable XuJas gift for a
lady friend, and the expense it very
small. Wt have the latest type faces
and can famish you engraved plates.
Order now.
Notices are posted for a meeting of
the taxpayers of Grants Pass for the
purpose of levying special school
tax. The meeting wi 11 be held in the
high school building at 2:80 p. m.
Friday afternoon, December 28.
Abe Chapman, a popular engineer
on the MoCloud R. R., died at Mo
Cloud last Saturday afternoon. His
remains were .taken in charge by the
K. of P., who prepared and shipped
them to Grants Pass, Ore., his former
home. Yreka Journal.
Representative Bmger Herman will
be placed on trial in Washington,
February 4, on a charge of having
destroyed f5 letter-press copybooks
alleged to have been part of the
official records of the general land
office. The nroreootion will be con
ldnct bJ District Attorney Baker.
Th B'nson-Hyde land fraud cases are
set fer trial February 11
A farewell reception was tendered
Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Harth Monday
evening at Clemens' hall. Dancing
was the order of the evening, and
splendid mnsio was furnished for the
occasion by Messrs. Dean, Wharton,
Cheshire and Mahoney and Miss Rath
Dean. All present enjoyed a very
pleasant evening. Dr. and Mrs.
Harth departed Tuesday miming for
California.
Dr. N. Krishna, a Hindo, gave a
lecture at the court house Monday
evening on " The Political and Social
Conditions of India." The doctor is
a man of fine education and gave a
good lecture. He states that the ideas
we Americans and in fact all the
worldhas of the customs of Iudla are
erroneous. He also says there Is no
more worship of idols there than
hero when we ereot a statute of a
great statesman.
The man who claims it costs no
more to keep a pore-bred cow than it
does a scrub, makes a mistake. It
does oost more to keep a pore-bred, if
she is a heavy producer. At the On
tario experiment station last year the
cowb that gave the largest milk yield
cost (47.83 for her feed, while the low
est producer was only $23. 12. Bnt the
best cow gave a profit of t 17. 18 over
the cost of food, while the inconi
from the scrub was only (3A.40.
See the difference?
The city election at Ashland Tnes-
jday resulted in the election of F. II.
j Carter for mayor, M. F. Eggleston for
recorder, G. G. Eubanks for treasurer.
j For couocilmen W. F. Wooden, long
j term, and F. L. Foster, short term,
i In the First Ward and Ira Shondv In
the Becoud Ward aud Dr. F. R.
Bowersox in the Third Ward. The
town gave a majority for licensing
saloons for the ensuing year, the
auiondmenst to the charter removing
there from the office of city attorney
carried, as did the proposed 25 year
gas franchise ordinance.
pd for lute ruient. He is survived by
several children. Mr. Yokuin was
horn in Arkansas and was of German
parentage. H came to Oregon in
ikm and has speut all of that time in
Jackson, Josephine and Douglas
counties and has been engaged in
mining and farming most of that time,
He was a veteran of the Indian wars of
Southern Oregou. Gold Hill News.
Knights Templar Officers.
Mclita Commaudry, Knights Tem
plar held their anuual election and in
stallation of officers at their asylum,
Frdiay Dec. 14. The following officers
were installed : .
E C L. L. JewelL f ' " 'f
Gen H C. Kinney. i" jT
C G K. L. Cue.
' Prel-Geo. Riddle.
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War R. L. Eartlett.
Sent J. C. Campbell.
Courier sample
any address.
copy sent free to
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
News Note From the Business
Men to Keidera.
Dr. Flanagan,
Physician aud Dentist,
Goto Coron tor Plumbing. .
Xmas Cards at Clemens. 12-U 2t
M. Olement, Prescription Druggist.
Sheet Musio sale at the Mnsio Store.
Homing's homemade candies are
alwsys fresh. ' " 12-14 2t
Piotnre framing and framed pictures
at L. B. hall's.
A splendid line oi Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Cor on 't
Combination Book Cases at little
prices Thomas & O'Neill. 12 14 2t
Xmas Bells at Clemens. 1314 8t
For a o'eau bed and a good meal
try the Western Hotel.
Biggest bargains in Toilet Soap 8
Bar box for 25o White Hoose
Grocery.
Hundreds of varieties of Post Cards
at the Musio Store.
One lot sample carpet rogs at cost -Thomas
& O'Neill.
Lot more 12'o wall paper just re
oeived Thomas & O'Neill
Maps of Oregon Washlnton and
California at the Musio Store.
Some pretty things in Damask
Lunch Cloth at Mrs. E. Rehkopf. .
Xmas Books at Clemens. 13-14 2t
Victor Talking Machines aud rec
ords at the Musio store.
Report cards for school nse are ou
sale at the Moslo Store.
Sheet Musio at fio, lOo and l1o at
the Musio Store next week.
Tin Pie Plates 2o each ; 10 quart
tin pails for 1 cent per quart. No. 8
Copper Bottom Tea Kettle, regular
85o for SOo. Thomas O'Neill.
Box Paper at Clemens. 13 14 2t
Mackeral, Salt Salmon, Lake Super
ior White flsh White Hoose Grocery.
A fine assortment of framed and no
framed pictures for Christmas gifts at
L. B. Hall s.
A new line of Stamped Linens just
what yoo want for a Xmas present at
Mrs. E. Rehkopf.
Satin Post Cards-trie latest fad,
will soon be in stock at the Photo
and Moslo Store.
The prioes on Libby Cot Glass at
Thomas & O'Neill's are oertainly at
tractive as well as the goods. 13-14 8t
It pays to advertise a useful article.
Nine times out of 10 there'll be a
boyer before the Ink is dry. Try it.
Xmas Post Cards at Clemens.
Drs. Barkan & Sewall, specialists
for Eye. Ear and Throat, are now lo
cated at 1700 California St., corner
Van Ness Ave , San Francisco.
11-80 4t
Choice Perfumes at Clemens. 13-14 2t
" Crumb Brushes aud tray at Thomas
& O'Neill's.
The Classified Ad oolumns of the
Courier contain many items which
will be of interest to yoo and yon
should make it a point to read them
each week.
Fine commercial printing at the
Courier office.
, To Cure a Oold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quin
ine Tablets. Druggists refund money
if it falls to cure. K. W. GROVE'S
signature is on each box. 35c.
Long Ttnneuec Fight
For 20 years W. L. Rawls, cf Bells,
Tenu., fooght nasal catarrh. He
writes: "The swelling and soreness
iuside my nose whs fearful till I
began applying Backlen'a Arnica
Salve to the sore surface; this canned
the soreness and swelling to disap
pear never to return. " Best salve in
exlstnnoe. 25o at all drugeikts.
OPERA HOUSE
University of
Oregon Glee
and VIandolin
Glob
Saturday QQJ
Evening, U
December UUli
1906
Seats on sale at Homing's
Price 50c and 75c
The best selected
.; stock of
Sterling Silver
AND
Plated Wdfe
FOR
Xmas Presents
AT
Cramer Bros.
Odd Fellows Block
Iron Banks Express Wagons
CHURCH NOTICES.
' M. E. Church South.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p.
m. neit Sunday. Sunday School at
10 a.m. Epwortb League at 0:80 p.
m. A full attendance is expected at
all these services. A cordial weclome
to all visitors.
G. M. GARDENER, Pantor.
Chrlatlsxo Church.
At the Christian ohurob all meet
ings will be held at the, regular hours.
There will be arrangements for
baptismal services both morning and
evening on the Lord's day and at the
midweek meeting on Thursday even
ing. The Sunday school at 10 a.
m. and the Y, P. 8. C. E. at 4:80 p..
m. are open to all and all are invited.
Newman N. E. Church.
There will be the nsual servloes la
this church this coming Lord's Day.
In the morning at 11 tbera will be re
ception of new members. Iu the
evening at 7:80 the pastor will give
a Christmas Sermon entitled "God
Wltb Us." Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Junior League at 8 p. m. Epworta
League at 6:S0. A cordial invita
tion is extended to members and
friends to attend these services.
Strangers will And a welcome.
Baptist Church.
Services will be resumed at the
church. At 10:80 a. m. the pastor
wlir preach on the "Paul's Prejiara
tion for Christmas." The Bible
school meets at 11:48. A separate
room is provided for the Men's
classes. The Juuior Union meets at
8 p. in., the Senior Union at 6:80.
Subject "How Can We Carry the
ChriHtmns Spirit Through I HOT."
Leader, Miss Prudeuce Kaiue. Preach
ing at 7:il0 Sunjict "The Consecra
tion of Jesus." You are cordially
invited.
Presbyterian Church.
A fnll day at Bethany next Sunday,
though the EvangelisMc ' OinipaUu
through which we have guue has left
no ime for preparafion, yet Christ
mas will be kept completely to the
fore. At the 11 a. m. service, Kvan
V. Hughes, the pastor, will speak
ou "The Message of Christmas to the
Modern World." 7:S0 p. m. Mr.
llnges will read that rarely fancintt
ing Christum storv "The Othar Wise
Man" by. Henry Van Dkye. This
storyi has all the literary cbarra so
characteristic of this author. The
music will be the joyous, (rlad Christ
urns musio. 10 a m. Bible School
I under the superiutoudeocy of H. C.
Kinney. ft:HOp. m. the Devotional
Hour of the Y. P. H. U. E. To these
j services all are very heartily aud
coruiany invueu.
Noted EvAngflfet Coming.
For a year past the Chrlsitan church
has been planning for an evangelistic
meeting lth S. M. Martin of St
Louis, Mo. These meetings are to
begin January (itb, 1607. Dr. Martin
was educated as a physician as weH
as a preacher. He has been continu
ously In evangelistio work for 18
years. A prominent member of the
Preshtyerlan church of Asliluud says
that In Dr. Martin's recent unetiug
there, more ISil.le reading was done
than ever in an equal period. He is
a great Bible tea her. All will .be
wiser as well as better for bearing
him.
Art VHes in Kosanware at Thomas
c O'N -ills over 80 per cent discount.
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