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GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 1, 1907.
KOGUI RIVKk COURIE.
Staple anc' Fancy
Grit and Shell
Chick Feed for
the Little Chicks
Front Ftreot , near Palace Hoto
OKA NTS I'ASS, OKK.
Prof. T. J. Harrison hat Just been
offered the prlnclpalship of the. Pen
dleton High School at an advanced
alary and on the Slut handed in nil
renif(nation an principal of the Oranti
Paul hint' Bchool. A special meeting
of the achool board h held Monday
evening to consider the resignation
and it wm decided to accept it to tare
effect within 80 dayi, the board
pledging Itself to relieve him sooner
if posslhle to leonre a satisfactory
teacher before that time. There
were three application! presented at
the meeting but no action was taken
on them as more application are ei
peoted before the next mooting which
will occur on the first Monday in
March. Prof. Harrison baa beeu a
teacher in the Oranta Pau Schools
for the past two yean and bat proven
himself an able instructor and he
will take with him the bent wishes
of the students and teachers.
A Burlesque in the Opera House by
the Men of Bethany Church. Date,
March 30th. If you want a good,
hearty laugh, oomo ont that night. If
yon think It's wicked to laugh, stay
at home that nigh. 8-1 It
Medicated Stock; Food
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep
Ono of tho best .Stock Foods on tho market and
ono which will keep tho animals in tho host of con
dition. Large Size Package 50 cents
MODEL DRUG STORE
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C5X3j A Splendid Company Headed by fX2,,
MISS ISAKKLLK I.OWlf
Kvery act carried
Yon Liked it Before, Yon
t WOOD TILL E X
J. M. Whipple returned from Salem
last Sunday evening.
Mm. Geo. Owing it recovering
from a leveret llneai.
Mr. and Mra. P. J. Leverich are
absent on a visit to frieoda and rela
tives near Eugene.
Through the efforts of the Ladies'
Aid Society, oar chnrcb has Jost been
neatly carpeted. The Decennary funds
were obtained by an uyater supper
and Bataar aud thanks are extended
to all who assisted in any way.
Mr. and Mrs. John Winders of
Grants Pass, have purchased part of
the O. A. Siupkins place and are
moving thereon. Mr. Siuipkiins has
moved into a smaller honse on tl'e
part he retained, awaiting a suitable
time to baild.
Kev. Day, assisotd by Rev. Milton,
is holding revival services here, pre
paratory to the coming of Kev. Smith,
of Klamath Falls, who is now in
Oleudale.but is expected here at '.he
clone of this week. " .
C. E. Hams has palled np his petite
prane trees, also part of his cling
peach trees, and is potting in their
place, apples of the Newtown Pippin
and Hpiteuherg varieties. He pur
chased 1000 trees of the Woodburn
Kev. and Mrs Day invited the pri
mary members of the Hat-hath School
... thm w n.,i.. .!...
Dlouio. About 30 little folks re
ponded to the invitation and spent
two or three hours in a manner most
pleasing to themselves. Mrs Day
then served refreshments, consisting
of chicken sandwiches, cake and
lemonade, Mr. Day adding a generous
supply of candy. The afternoon
passed quickly and was enjoyed by
Largest stock of watches and ohains
ever in town can be found at Letch
er's. Everything in the Jewelry line
Delicious, fresh home made candies
always at Herman Homing's. 8-1 2t
A full line of the latest creations in
Spring and Summer Dress fabrics,
waist patterns and Ready to wear
shirt waists in Silk aud fine Persian
Lawns, bought before the advance
aud sold at crorescondingly low
prioes The Sugar Pina Store. 8-1 2t
presetit their ti
in its entirety
Will Like it Again.
W T fi 1) E R V I L L E
M, Kernoile and family have
moved to Grants Pass. Mr. Fetch and
family have moved into the house
vacated by the Keruolle's.
Some men are moving the sawmilL
Will set It near Charles McCann's.
ic. At-.. r(iort at the church
Sonday the 24th.
The doctor made a trip from Grants
Pass to see Mr. Boucniau. He is get-
tin. .innu ax well as coold be ex-
pected, since getting
his leg broken
a week ago
"Ked Cloud" of Laurel Grove said
It was too late for rain. He seems to
be a false prophet as we are having
lots of ruin again.
T. E. Lewman of Provolt speaks
about the pretty girls.
; Well we ntill have a few pretty girls
round and about our little town of
Wilderville. You would think so if
'you coold see fellows calling into
inquire the way to the town of Wil
derville for the sole purpose to getting
a glimpse of one of our fair young
ladies then got fooled ha I ha!
The weather Is quite cold tdnce the
' News is scarce. The sick were all
better at last accounts.
' UNCLE FULLER.
Worked Like a Charm.
X. Walker, editor of that
Poy journal, the fcnterpnse, iou a,
,v. says: "I
ran a nail in my loot
last week and at once applied Buck-
len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation
followed; the salve Bimply healed
the wound. " Heals every sore, burn
aud skin disease, (iuruuteed at all
drug stores. 2.'c.
LEL A X I) I
Here is the news of our lively town
We have been having a few showers
here the last week.
i Mr. Wertz returned to the town
again on business after a few months
Kri"1ay night Joseph Snyder aud
James Moore left here for California
1 but they will possibly return and
think it is good enough for them
The dance Saturday night wa en
joyed by all and a good crowd was
Fred Huntington lias returned to
Leland again after a few weeks ab
sence visitiug relatives in Pennsyl
vania. Charlie, the sou of Mr. aud Mrs.
S locum, got badly poisoned by getting
hold of some poison oak aud did not
know what it was.
Mrs. Nettie (lolf of Tunnel B was
here last week viiting her son.
Harry Smith snd son of Grants
PaB tnadu Leland a call Tuesday, the
The city inaishall of Ulendale was
here and spent Saturday.
Mr. Duncan and family moved
from here lat week to their home
on Klk creek.
Alice Rooicvclti Wedding
wan something to lie recorded iu the
annals of history. Heroine Iiiih heeu
acknowledged the greatest of liver
regulators. A positive cure for
Hilious headaches. Constipation,
Chills and Kevrr, and all liver enm
pHints. J. C. Smith. Little Kovk,
Ark. writes: "Herhine is the great
est liver medicine known Have
used It for years. It does the work."
Kor sale by National Drug Co. and
J. A. F olger & Co. E
it I'ROVOLi j
B. F. 8nd Everitt Lewman mad. .
business trip to Grants Pass baturaay
; CuM. Haberman was at Provolt this
week, accompanied by Walter tarra,
both 0f Laurel Grove,
Fields was at Grants
Toesday and was acoompaniea num.
by Miss Ella Jones, who had been
a few days visiting
at that Place. Mr. Fields
reports Grants rass qui'
much necessary road work being done
near the Rogue River Bridge wuk-u
was much needed for the betterment
cf the farmors and business men of
L. C. Hyde of Williams was at ,
Provolt on business this week. Mr. ;
Hydo likes his new home and
will start soon to clearing his land
which he intends to put to fruit trees
nut season, 40 acres of which will be
Newtowns which seem to lead the
market iu quality and price. We
would like to see more fruit in the
Williams Valley as it is well adapted
for the fruit culture.
Henry Provolt of Applegate passed .
through Provolt Tuesday en route to
Urauts Pass, returning Wednesday
with a load of freight for the s ore of
J. P. Pernoll of that place.
Mis A. McAllister of Provolt was
at Murhpy this week on a visit to her
many friends at that place.
Provolt is to have another sawmill
which will be erected and owned by
O. M. Knox of Grants Pass. Mr.
Knox is at present clearing the mill
site aud making preparations to lay
the foundation so as 'o be in a condi
tion te put the machinery np as soon
as it arrives the )0th of March and
by the 15th of April Mr. Knox ex
pects to be cutting lumber. The new
mill is to be located at the farm of
George Dunlap at the mouth of Will
iams creek which means much to the
tailoring men of the Applegate Valley
and is an industry which is much
needed in the Valley there being none
cloiir than seven miles, and it is very
inconvenient for the farmers and a
hard day's trip considering the disad
vantages along the roads.
The Applegate Co-operative Tele
phone Company of farmers of the Ap
plegate aud Williams Valleys are mak
ing preparations for the new phones
which will ba installed during Spring
or as soon as the branch lines are com
pleted. P. & A. line has the pole! all
set aud the wire ready to string on
the poles. Supt. Pernoll of Apple
gate let the contract to a GrautB Pass
party who will oomplete the liue for
I'i0 aud make it ready for communi
cation with tho Grants Pass business
men and vicinity which will be very
handy for the farmers but more con
venient for Mr. Pernoll, the Apple
gate merchant, postmaster and also
the vicinity at that place dnriug sick
ness. The imiu telephone line be
tween Grants Pats aud Williams is in
very bad condition owing to the bad
weather which we have experienced
iu the last few months and oftiuies
makes it quite iuennvenieut to get
messages over the liue at all. In
many places kthere will he new pohs
to take the place of !lie old ones and
the farmers will look after the line
and kep it in repair. There are at
present live telephone oltlces ou this
K. Higlow passed away Wednesday,
Feiroary ill, I807. Heath was caused
by fallni; from a porch at his home
at Williams, Monday. Fehmnrv. Mr
H'glow was horu in Indiana iu 1S34
and came to Oregon in the eBrly
pioneer days of lv::,, settling in the
Willamette Valley. Ijter In l'.j with
his family he came to Josephine
county where he has since resided.
Mr. Pig low was the father of nine
children of which live and a loving
wife lie has lai I to rest in the beauti
ful Williams creek Valley. He leaves
a wife aud four children to
mourn the loss of a loving father and
kind husband. He had a host of
friends who will miss him. He
was an esteemed citizen and a good
neighbor and ono who always was
willing to give a helping hand in
tune of need. The remains were laid
to rest in tln Spirlin cemetery.
We are having some nice showers.
. Lester Layton is rolling the dirt
and boulders at the John Layton miue
with three or four meu t work.
JyJjnMcl 'aM ist(-raiidsons h ave
compjeiedjhe new hop yard "on" the
Ivnfcopr ftnu near Provolt'.-
will be one of the finest
the Art'lena:,. Soring' V..Tb.
letung prettv well Uong iu this
part of the country. tMn.
Some of our young people were
giie! at the literarv last Saturdav
a''- SUN SHINE. '
yave von s,vnthe new things in
Strausky at l Vanu-r Rrli.?
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BOOKS and DRUGS,
GRAiMTS PASS, ORE.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Flour and Feed
New stock; of goods just arrived.
Special attention paid to family trade
TEAS AND COFFEES A SPECIALTY
The Courier and
THAT THE MARCH WINDJ
BLOW THE1 WINTER Awfty
AND "H AKE IT. KE'CE'SJARV
TO GET RPADV "FOR SPRING
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