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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS OREGON. MARCH 1, 17.
Fine Footwear for Women
for the Street
The reliability of our
secret of our success.
The larro increase of
lor the year
1005 is, duo
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ciato the val
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will bo right
ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANTS PA88, OREGON.
COUNTY OFFICIAL FA PER.
Published Every Friday.
One Year, In advance, II. SO
Hli Months, .76
Three Months, ... .40
blngle Copies, .OS
Furnished on application at the office, or
Obituaries and resolutions of con
dolence will be charged for aloe per line;
oard of tliankefiOo.
A. E. VOOKHIE8, Prop.
Entered at the post office at Grants I'sss,
Orernn, as second-class mall matter.
FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1B07.
Mar. 3, Katurday-Basket Ball at the
opera home. O. P. H. H. girls ts.
local lr Is and U. P. H. H. boys
Ti. Med ford H. 8.
Mar. (I, Wednesday Nettie the News
Ulrl, at the opera house.
Mar. 7, Thursday Reilar meeting
of the olty oouuoil.
March IB. Friday 8 per cent rebate
if tales are paid before this date.
Mar. 211, Friday Bethany Presby
terian men entertain at the opera
April 1, Monday Peualty avoided if
one-half tax is raid before this date.
April 8, Wednesday Regular term
of oounly court.
Mamh II, Monday Annual meeting
of Applcgate alley telephone. Uo.
8e ha-al ooluinu.
April 'ii, Monday Regular term of
the (Jironit Court.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Samuel Hovt to Frank E. MoKnr
lane, IhiIh 1, s, mid , in Central
BenJ. K. Ueed to Nanct J. Tboes,
Uits J. in Block II, II. II. Miller -Oo's
The above sales were niacin through
the real estate agency of Jneeph Mow.
See him (or bargains.
M. K, Churih South
The pastor will preach both morn
ing and evening next Sunday March
M. Sunday School at 10 a. 111. and
Epworth l eague. Prayer meeting at
fl llO p. in. lea. I by Mrs. M. E. Moore.
All w ho attend any or all of these sor
Uiotis w ill be accorded a most cordial
11 osbvlrrlan Church.
"No Need of Making Haste' will
N the theme of the sermon at the
morning service, II a 111. by Evan P.
Hughes, at the Bethany I 'lunch next
Sun lay. In the evening, 7 :u o'clock,
the si con, I lecture in the series on
"Formative Foots of Aiiiericin
llitory" will he deliver.-. I. The
tholne of this lecture Is "The l'llgiini
Col.ny - t'oiisi-icni c Force" Last
Sahlath evening a good sized audience
gathered to listen to the initial lee
ture of the Course on ' iM.l Pomiii
loll." These livtures ale now 111
coni se of being I'elivere.i on Coiihccii
live Sal, hath cvciiimn
10 a 111 Bille School liii.ler the
siiperinti n.l. iicy II, C Kumev,
the 1 'cv.-l loi.al II vn of the V. P S
I'. V- ' :lo I . in 1 be kU! band of
Welcome is evt.'i l.-d to e .1 vonc ho
enters 'his . !; 11 re), to vm i - I ii
At t he in.. i mug -.tv l,-.'
Sei iucn in t lie :ic 1 s.
Stout . ' " will l c g i i n :
" 1 lu Sa.Tciiuc.-. of l.i!e
cvi-nin g , i i, ,. -'1 lie ;,.
cording to t i i y "Sn 1 1 h. "
to; ic , i i,-iil,-i. I i ,i s :-'. ;
folt Ulio.1 I m., I'M ,t to.lsv
in ai:i 1 1 ade ' f
Tin o'.hi : !.el li i of tin
', . ' - t :,.
Shoes for Dresi
to the fact
ues which they receive
that what they get here
BART L, ETT
the Lord's (tapper at Hr.'lO, the Bible
School at 11 :4.a, the Junior Union at
8 p. ru. and the Senior Union at 6:30.
This will be a consecration meeting
on the theme "Being Honest with
Yourself and Ood. "led by the pas
tor. To all of these serTioes a moit
onrdial invitation is extended.
Sunday School at 10. Contest with
Ashland and Mndford should enlist
every church member and friend.
Be there Morning worship at 11.
Subject "The whole World needs our
plea for Uuity." Junior C. E., 8 p.
in. Mrs. Cowdrey, dupt. Y. P. S
0. E.. fl.HO., MozelU Hair, president,
All young people are invited.
Evening Worship 7:80. Sobject
"Our Work for the World." Enthu
slnstio singing of familiar hymns is
an interesting feature of all services
and the sermons deal with definite
themes rf Christ and his churoh.
All are cordially invitedd.
R.evlve.1 for M E. Church South.
The people of the South Methodist
ohurx'h are to have a series of evan
gelistio meetings commencing tiie
last Suuday in March, the 81st, and
will oontiuue over three Sundays.
Rev. Tbos. Gregory of Lin k hart,
Tex., will conduct the meeting.
The Texas Christian Advocate has
the following to say of Mr. Ongory:
"We note that the good people of
Lockhart bavs given theil pastor,
Rev. Thos. Gregory, a vacation. Ho
will accept au Invitation to spend
six weeks in Oregon, urearhlnir and
lecturing durlug March and April
Let it be understood at once and for
all time that we are willing to loan
Rre. Gregory to the good people of
Oregon for a season but we shall ex-x-ct
him iiack in due time. Oregon
has many attractions, but we shall
refuse to transfer him on any terms.
We triiHt that ho will receive great
benefit from his sojourn in that State,
and we are fjoitK sunt the people who
ist under bis ministry will be edified
and built up. "
Chick Food, Oyster Shell,
Meal ami Urit at Cramer Hros.
caudles are iilwivs frei
ih. anil they
Jl I '.'t
School Lixws In 90 I),v
County School Superintendent has
received the following communication
from State Superintendent .1. H
Ackermaii. which Is self explanatory :
Feb '.''I, 1 '.hi;,
I'o County Superintendents:
Gentlemen: N.i Icjgslative . 11 ict
llli'llts of the I. cent legislative sh-.-ih
lily affect ing the school In -is c( Ore
gon will lie in force until M4V -j.-,,
r.'O? at which time we ho.- to 'have
a copy cf the ivnwl M-I.ool I 1 ,1 . ,,,
the hands of all school dis'in-r h-ii-,1.
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Everybody busy snd no one sick.
Miss Hattie and Mrs. Gertrude
Webb drove to Waldo Wednesday on a
Mrs. D. L. Webb entertained Mrs. t
Alrfed Peterson and dauhgter A nna,
The finest salmon of the year are
now up the head waters of the Illinois
and now the savory smell of frying
fish permeates the atmosphere.
E. M. Albright, with a crew has
been surveying the Exchange claim
for the last two days They have
some good rock exposed there.
Gee, your cows must be s large as
"Jumbo" if 16 of them can consume
ton of beets at one feed. Say my boy,
did you ever read Gulliver's Travels?
Uncle Ebe partook of the hospitality
of Sam Egger near Waldo Friday.
Mr. Egger has been a rancher 00 the
Illinois for 25 years, is a great rustler
and has an all-round congenial home. ,
What we most need is fewer laws
and then have them enforced If
some fellow 1a the legislature would
get up a bill and have it passed kill-'
ing ail the Tomyrot laws on the
statute and then another to adjourn
that honorable body for 2(5 years, he
would surely gain public favor and
woo Id get his reward. Yes he would. i
"Jumbo" wants to know where'
Deering is. Well m dear sir, its !
between Tom Gilligau's place and
Fred Al berg's. A Rulie from Laurel
Grove came into our towo the other
day aud wanted to know where we '
were holding the Thaw trial thought .
he was in New York. And ahout the ,
pre'ty girls. Now "Jumbo" yoa i
know the saying is that beauty is only j
skin deep and we'll be hanged if we
are going to skia any of our girls in
order to satisfy your cariosity. '
A man can be very good with out
being an angel. Then it should fol- !
low that all bad men are not brutes, j
The man who gets there is the man
Attends strictly to his business and
The o an who is most respected is the
Not to burden
others with a pack of
We s.ie by the papers they are hav- '
ing quite a Thaw in New Yorx. 1
Now to Rerniis Young.
To continue young in health and 1
strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Rowan, ;
McDommgb, Ga., did. She says:
"Three bottle of Electric Bitters
cured me of chronic liver aud stomach
trouble, complicated with such au
unhealthy condition of the blood that
my skin turned red as ttanuel. I am
now practically 20 years younger thau
In-fore I took Electric Bitters. I can
uow do all my work Jwith ease and as
sist in my husband a store. Gurau-
teed at all drug stores. Price .MX1.
IRRIGATED LAND Deep, "rich
loam bottom land for cherry,
cach, apple, berrv, onion, alfalfa,
small tracts. Ben A. Lowell,
Woodville, tire. ;M
I PIANO for sale at bsrsgiu. Inquire
.it Thomas A; O'Neill , the House
1 1 1 r n 1 1 1 -r -. j).t f
silt.vi:i:i;iu pi.anvs. m 5,1 p,.r
j huiiilrcl. .1 II HoliertM.n, Grants
I Pass, Ore., K. F. I) No. -J, ;t. -j,
CAT1 I.E-IT head cf Shorthorn rat
tie, .1 '.' -year oiil au.l in I venr old
steers; two cows 5 and S years old
will freshen ahout Mav I, f, r Mi
at a bargain. Call cn or addrers
A Hins th. Prulen, Ore. ;( r,t
the kaek or
'ale, white or red hv
ton. Loci- l,ov i-t ...
call on II. H Alv, r, u
'.' J;' -Ii
CHICKENS- Have a
f-w l-ettllirs of
esgi. tn in my
I" n of linir ( n ing
t'-u I mi-kens tlat
lor. Hie (I
'"W s I ;i -r taking
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l" (! V TUUC l;f , Ki.
- :i'' lt.- 1 ,:,'. of
hi:.i. Illll.!., llt
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FOR SALE A few pair of bronze
turkers, turkey eggs later at J.
Robiuprn's Grants Pass, Ore..
I). No. 2. .
GOATS-F. A. Pi.rce, Merlin, Ore-.
Breeder of Pore blood Angora Goats .
headed by ftoutu -"".",
in regard to goats.
POLAND CHINAS-1 still have good
individuals ot both fexes, Spring
and Fall farrows ; reg stered or not
ss desired; sows bred or open.
Hoars in service, Oregon s Perfec
tion lHU4.il 1 and Chief Sunshine
1110421) J. H. Robinson, R.
D. No. 2, Grants Pass.
TEN-ACRES. miles north of city
limits, on Rural Route. Water to
irrigate acres, 24x24 barn, two
floors, chicken house, wire feoced,
4-room house. One-half acre in
strawberries, raspberries, fruit trees
etc. Five acres in high state of cul
tivation. Price 1800. Call on or
address L. H. Hughes, R. F. D. No
1, Grants Pass, Ore. 1 25 4t
FOR SALE By E. Steele at 2d ware
house west odd storage plant
Sugar Pine Shakes, Plymouth Rock
Cockerels, Fruit, Vegetables, all
kino's, fresh ocean fish, crabs,
shrimps, clams, oysters by the pint,
quart and galloB, also in cans. Cash
paid for fruit and produce. E.
Steele. H-2 tf
HOP YARD for rent, 25
Apply to J. D. Drake.
FURNISHED Housekeeping Rooms
Inquire of Mrs. John Summers,
North Hth St. 2-22 tf
A SEVEN ROOM house, an acre of
land, woodhouse, chicken house,
good well and electric light. Fine
shade trees and in best part of city
on North Seventh street, two blocks
from East school, Rent 1 10. J. L.
Scovill. 2-1 tf
WANTED Grants Pass business prop
erty in exchange for Hood River ap
ple land. Also 80-acre improved
stocs farm in Yamhill Co.. for sale
or exchange. For particulars address
; W. H. Al bott, Hood Kiver. 15-4t
WANTED Grain Sacks, Tools and
other seoond-baud goods. Harrison
Bros., Second hand-store, corner
Sixtli and J streets. - tf
C. L. MOEL of Odessa wauts loggers
and timber cutters to deliver 2,000,
000 feet of logs to mill by contract
before suow dies; short haul, level
roads, one 4-horse team, two trucks,
chains, etc. furnished. Also left
hand 8-gang edger wanted. Write
or call at mill Odessa, Ore. 8 8 tf
HEIFER There oauie to my place in '
the Fall of 1906 a red and white '
heifer marked with crop off right 1
ear. Owner can have same by 1
proving propery aud paying charges.
Mrs. J. Savage. 8-1 fit
COLT Strayed from my place at Wil
derville, a black colt with white
strip in forehead ; fi months old.
Notify G. W. Lewis, Wilderville,
A PAIR of breast tugs for single bug
gy harness. Finder leave at
Courier office and get reward. 8-1 tf
FUR Ladies neck fur. Owner can
secure same at I'ourier office. 2-22 tf
WANTED At the (Gorier office, a
good, steady boy to learn trade.
WAN'TEIi Salestreti. Many Make
f HKl to ft, K) per month ; some even .
more Stock clean; grown on Reser
vation, far from old orchards. Cash
advanced weekjv. Choice of terri
tory. Address Wasbintgoti Nursery
Comp'inv, Toppeuish, Washington.'
i' -2S tf
r K A N h BURN K rT-Ui.holster.ng,
misMon furniture made to onii-r.
EGGS 1 his is the time when eggs for
setting an- in denial il. If run huve
eggs fur sale advert :si t em now.
It costs hut per line per week.
S:i KKT M I slC The complete edition
of Mckinley sheet music in stock at
the Photo and Music store. Also
po:ular music .'I.MKI i.ieets in stock.
DON'T let tin' rabbits and the borers
kill y ur f ees when they cau be
.n teie I hy ii Poss Protector at a
cot of ii, centi apiece and tliat
'-.. 'a-l thro- v,-ars Made nf
u.vii wood, i-. porous and requires
Uo ti-l.iur- S..m uwt,,.,l.. ... il- r
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'1 s r al i state
1 K.vcr Val'.ev.
IT Is sI'U A
or cut dowu your trees
new law, but as fruit
will he high
." mce hereafter, it
to save your trees,
will pay Vol
We i.-e the
- j ou..
"v ."I lOllk.1. I Oil OS I
Srecal care giVe, to he X v
cf tr.... i i. . : . . "
and one:. ; : . ,,'. ;" VV.' "
tHken'to do on-hani sr:,sS, .
M, nee from Grants I'as'ifV ffi.
dent to ntuv ,,, trin i
r.i.rs t i,.;....,
I. Se ,V
'cre, ,r with Churl,.
'"ii:tv fruit in-pector.
Calhoun Grants Pass. a s tf
Nctic- ts l.-rehy g,v,u that the
nrn , f 1-,! ,r,S A HMs , f the Blue
Vu!'I ''! ii ot I this dav t.eU
1v ii'i'-T:i.il e. i,,,.,,t 'cf the
I'l'!!! "t-. George E.iwar.is e,. tin,,..
".. ...line-. na
w -il, av all
I'U-IU. s ,I.lle I
debts au.l had
w a: I- w . ; ; i', , (
!'il'.- I avaolc to the
'!a:;ls Pas, l',.,r
- 1 it JAWS liAUs,
For Young Men
Spring styles up to date
in the new and novelty
patterns, with the artis
tic cuttings of
Ederheimer Stein . Co.
Call and see them before they are
P. H. Harth & Son, Inc.
Our Motto Quality for The Price.
Cbi Rlflbt DdPC-03' our UJsi(le. advance information on Nov-----1
mining: Investments. We have it hot
from different camps at all times and can nerve it to you while it is
steaming If our advice is foffowed and if you tuke advantage of the
information we can give you, you will make a whole lot of money and
make it quick. Get a sample of what we serve up to you by writing for
our weekly market letter which is sent free upon request.
W. C. COX & COMPANY. INC.
243 Monadrtock Bullding San Franci.co. Cel.
Big snd Sure Profit in
In Rogue River Valley
III Eisuiauu Bros.' orchard an 18
year old Newton tree bore this last
season ii; boxes of marketable ap
ples. In the orchard of L. L. Ben
nett, president of the Medford Fruit
Growers Union, a 15-year old New
ton tree bore I):t boxeB this last season
of tine apples. The Grants Pass
r ruit Growers Union got ii.71) a box
net on their shipment of Newton au
pies to New York this last seaton
Other trees in the above orchards bore
from 10 to :io boxes each and as there
are from .14 to t'.O trees to the acre, the
value of the crop per acre wonld
average fully tooo. As it costs for a
niediuui size orchard 5S cents a box to
grow and put apples ou the car the
profit ou an orchard will beat the
average gold mine aud far ahead of
wheat at UO c. nts a bushel or hay at
I 1- a tun.
is the time to invest
County Fruit Land
ni , .'ii . .
' l" " l'cr :K n- -
I" Jnckson County the same quality
ff Und and ,he same .listanc- from
railroad a. lis readily at trout $100
..Pit l.str ues.i .. T
rountv l,. .Z . ' ... o,"u,H """
county land lierfl,?, ... l.k.H0
....... I . . , '" w.e juu-resi
" iiiK taKeu in ituit
SOMI I'll I
Milue. The wise
. ?.n0W double Ins
." .'. '" ?ears
'u'r,1"to different kin,
n uf nd o:
7 " i'"U l'-V
- -olt oi t-ruit Lands in r.ll part.s of
ROaUK RIVER VALLEY
and r,t number the next time von
"-lifer trom rain cans..,! i- i.;.. ..
' - v. ll.tlllM
when your head ..,.i .
"'.inigiu irr l ..ni
niiMiifs man of Ji..
writes "I .. ,
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. ' i levious to
t was a cr, Ht
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we this to '
' ur xi in ill. tit. ' Per s lie
' National ;
t'rug lo. utid.by l'emarav.
KENNEi PAYS CASH
For BUTTER, EGGS
and FARM PRODoCE.
Full stock of
Groceries ami Provisions,
Candy, Muts, Tobacco
KEXNEY'S CASH STOKE
Sixth street bet. I and J.
First National Bank
Of Southern Oregon
GRXXTS PXSS, ORECOX
j ! CAPITAL STOCK - 75,000
RESOURCES - 450,000
H'e Pay interest on
L. B. Hall. I'reshient
J. C. Campbell, Vice-President
K- HaCkett, Asst.Cas'4;r.