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( Omur, weigh and meatnrt tverythin you
FOR LUNCH GOODS
' Such as
Sliced Boled Ham,
Freeh Siloed Dried Beef,
Fried Spring Chicken, etc.,
it where they are pr epared to keep it
Quid and under the beet saniary con
dition!. Wehave oor new refrigerator,
built especially for that purpose, in
etalled. Largest and finest grocer's re
frigerator In Southern Oregon.
, Why you should try our Canned
1st The price is right. ' .
2d The quality is as represented.
3d They are the new seasons pack
Eagle Cove Oysters 10c
8 cans little neck Clam, not minoed,
:f 25a - i
1 can Clan Juloe, 16o.
3 cans, Campbles Soups. 25o.
1 can Booth'! Broiled Mackerel, 85o.
I un Alaska Salmon 10c
Finest Columbia River red salmon,
..-..-irspa 6o.- . . --r.,
jLobtten and Freah canned crab, 25c
, Genuine Bine-Point Oysters 1 and 3
Bo jut River Salt Salmon per lb, 10t '
Lake Superior White Filb, 3 for 35o.
Bait Mackerel, 13 to 15o.
Imported bloaters, S cent! each.
8 Bars (5c size) fine toilet soap 2S
Our regular Oregon full cream Cheese,
can't be beat, per poand, 30a
Good comb Honey, white, 15c.
New Persian Dates, per pound, 12
We keep them under glass nof
Olives and Olive Oil
We are sole agents for The Amer
ican Red Cross Olive Oil, recom
mended by physicians osed iu oar
J net arrived in stock American
Olive Co., finest Ripe Olives in pint
' and quart cans.
Finest Ripe Olives in cans full, pint 35c
Olive Oil full pint 65c
Teas and Coffee
Z We can gire yon the best valoelin
roart coffee from. 30 cents per pound
to the finest Mocha; A Java at 40 oenta
to be had in the City.
Orange now at their best Nevela,
N and 80c doxen.
Items of Personal
iuifs .Marie cooper or Spokane ar
rived here Thursday to spend a few
Mrs. Walter Carrol! went to Eugene
Friday for a two weeks Tisit with
friend and relative.
R. O. McCroekey came from Port
land Friday and spent Sunday with
nis tamuy. $
Mrs. .xeo. H. Mchols went to En
gene yesterday and after a abort visit
will go to Salem to visit a daughter,
J. H. Isaacs and family left this
week fur North Bend to reside. Mr.
Mr. Isaacs baa property interests
at that place.
R.R.Turner left Thursday for Napo
leon, Ohio, where he will spend a few
weeks, then going to his old home at
Stanton, Virginia. .
Miss Agnes Elene George visited
over bunday with her sister. Miss
Locie and other Grants Pasa friends,
returning to Ashland Sunday night.
Mrs. E. a Truaz, who, haa been
visiting the H. L. Trail and H. O.
Kinney families for the past three
weeks, left this week for her home at
Will Banehn. formerlv of Grants
Pass but now located at Leland, came
up Saturday evening for -a short virit
with old friends, returning to bis
Mr. and Mrs. Barley and Miss
Stella 'Appleboker left for California
Saturday, where Miss Appleboker
will continue ber schooling.
A number of the teachers of the
Grants Pass school have left for their
Summer vacation. Mies Emily Rodney
going to Independence, Iowa, Miss
Ada Walker to Cody, Wyo., and Miss
Lilian Peck to Mt Stirling, EL
Mrs. and Mrs. Evan Wimer of Rose
burg came np Thursday evening to
visit with friends and relatives. Mr.
Wimer was able to remain bnt a short
time, bnt Mrs. Wimer will remain fqr
Mrs. Will Messenger left Saturday
for San Francisco to spend the week
with bet .husband wbo (has been work
ing there." He 'will return home on
account of the, interruption caused by
, J..M. Niooll of the Joshua Hendee
Iron works was in Grants Pass Tuesday
and left the next morning for Waldo,
where ho is superintending the in
stallation of new mining machinery
for the Deep Gravel mine.
Mrs. John Kemp of Chicago is
visiting lb" sIsler,;Mis. Jamas Hair.
Mrs. Kemp, who is assistaot editor
of the great temperance journal, the
Union Signal, visited in Grants Pass
several years ago and was here to
attend the funeral of her mother,
Geo. P. Jester, who for the past
seven years has been station agent at
Grants Pats has resigned his position
to engage in 'banking, having been
offered the position of cashier of the
new bank to be opened at Butte Foils
in Jackson county. Mr. Jester has
been in the employ of the S. P.Co. fur
the past 20 years snd as agent at Grants
Pass he has been efficient, always
obliging and conrteoos, and to do bus-'
inesi with Mr. Jester was a pleasure.
He will be greatly missed by his!
many friends here. W. J. Mahoney I
will have charge of the office until
Mr. Jester's successor is decided upon.
Vote for Goddeos of Llborly.
Ballot boxes were placed in various
stores the middle of the week for the
purpose of voting for Goddess of
Liberty for July 4th, 1907.
Votes will be sold for 5c each and
the proceeds to be derived will be used
toward defraying the expenses of the
celebration, and 120 will be allowed
the winner for the purchase of cos-
A. U. BANNARD
Big' Furniture Store
NORTH SIXTH STREET
Another 50-foot car of furniture received.
The largest stock to select from. Prices the
lowest. All goods marked in plain figures. i
Everything you need in furniture and house
Goods Sold on Installment Plan
Excelsior Sewing Machine Oil, best in the
world. Sewing machine supplies and White
Sixth and D Streets GRANTS PASS, ORE
ROGUE RIVBR COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MAY 31.
tome. Ballot boxes will be found at
the following places: Geo. S. Cal
houn, Co., Veatch'i Billiard "Parlor,
Golden Role Store, Skillman'i Ioe
cream Parlor, T. Y. Dean, Horning
Ioe Cream Parlor, Schmidt's Cigar
store. Ballots will be sold at the
above stores at So each,
closed July 1st at 9 p. to. Watch the
newspapers for announcements of
votes as the contest goes on.
HANSON At Grants
Mr. and Mrs
Monday, May 27, to
Gegore Hanson, a son.
:RYAN CARGILL At the home of
the bride's parent in Grants Pass
Sundav.May 2fl. 1907. Fred Rvan and
Miss Marjorie Cargill, Rev. J.Brown
The ceremony was performed in the
presence of a few friends. The bride
was tastefully dressed in white and
carried a beautiful bouquet of roses.
The happv couple left on the morning
train for the lumber camp at Shake,
where they will make their borne for
WILLUMS-At Grant Pass, Oregon.
Friday, May 81, 1907. Claude E.
William, aged 23 years
iuw luauii imiwi will uw uviu
Pleasant Valley school house at 2 p.
m., with interment in Pleasant Val
ley cemetery. Ibe deceased had lived
in Grants Pass the greater part of his
life, having grown to young manhood
here. .For about five years tie occupied.
me position or salesman at toe a.
C. . Dixon store until a year ago ,
when he was forced to resign his posi
tion on account of ill health. He
was a young man of exceptionally fine
character, intellectual, - and a favorite
with all wbo knew him. He leaves
a father and mother, four brother!
and a large circle of friends to mourn
bis untimely death.
The S. P. train schedule was again
demoralised this week. No. 10, north.
dne Wednesday night, did not arrive
until Friday morning, SO hours lata,
i The delay wai oansed by fire on the
between Siskiyon and
On Tuesday afternoon tha Ladies
Aid Society of Newman M. E. church
held their regular monthly social meet-
Ing in the parlors. A large number ,
of members and friends were tirnt ,
and the time parsed swiftly in pleasant
social intercourse. A short program
was carried out Then Mr. Beckman j
was called to take the floor and Mrs. i
T. B. Cornell in behalf of the Home
MisNionary Society, presented him
with a handsome sofa pillow contain
ing the names of many members of :
the church and other friends. Her ad-1
dress was very interesting and suitable
to the occasion telling of the high en- j
teem in which be and his family are'
held by the people here. Mr. Beck-!
man's response was greatly enjoyed.
He referred to the Martha who served
long ago and to the alabaster box of
ointment, very precous, broken en the
paster's feet. His addrens was not
loni; bnt full of kindness and bent
wishes for us all. After this'refreeh-!
ments of ice cream and cake were '
A Brief Record ofP j
See samples of crayon portraits at
Hall's art room. '
Fifty-two of the prune growers of
Marion county have organised a co
operative 'insurance company to carry
the risks on their prune dryers and
other farm buildings.' The ; high rate
charged by the old line insurance
com rauieg on prone dryers is given as
the cause for the farmers embarking
in the venture to carry their own in
A 19 cent concert by the Ladies
Chorus at Hall's ball. 6-81 It
W. A. Hemenway, formerly of the
White-Hemenway Co.. of this plaoe
hot now of Cottage Grove spent
Thursday and Friday in Grants Page,
I Gve is a thriving plaoe with 21 saw
mills tributary to it. The present
car shortage is greatly effecting the
mills and the largest mill has en
uuwu. uuni win do
cuoipeuea k ciose nniesa tne snortage
Have yon heard of the 19 cent on
cert? 5.8I it
Geo. P. Cramer was called to Port
land Monday on account of the serious
illness of a brother, Wm. P. Cramer.
A letter written Monday and arriv
ing here Tuesday morning stated
that bis recovery was quite certain,
but a few houri later Mrs. Geo.
P. Cramer received a message from
her husband stating that the brother
died before he reached Portland.
Theo P. Cramer, who with bis family
is on a trip to Holland will probahly
not hear of his brother'! death until
they laud in Europe.
19 cents for an evening of music at
n A D V.I1 Tl . i
, - " ,,u"""
" 8 81 H
The fire department was calld out
Tairitf nnvn tn . V.1 i
I ----- amwmm v U .1 . DS m 1U
the rear of Mrs. Brooks' place, where
a barn, two poultry bouses, two
woodhoose and out-boildings were
fiercely burning. The baildings were
nearlv consumed hafnr tha ilurm
The ladies Chorus of the Baptist
obnrch give the 19 cent concert,
Jnne E. (-81 It
Prof. A. E. Harrison, formerly of the
Grants Pass High School bnt now in
the Pendleton High School, arrived in
this city Monday to visit bis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. , T. J. Harrison ' before
their return to their former home in
Iowa. Prof. Harrison is well pleased
with the Pendleton school, which be
, rtates is one cf the largest and best in
the state. The High School had an
enrollment of 198, and . a corps of
seven teachers. A business oonrse
eqoal that of tbo best business colleges
is given and it has proven to be one
of the best means of holding the ntu
deuts to complete the high . school
worlt- lM n,n 101,001 occupies an
enlIr oniwing or 1U rooms.
BASE BALL NOTES.
Standing of the Rogue River Valley
League: Won Lost Per Cent
Grants Pass 2 1 .f.67
Medford 3 2 .P00
Jacksonville 1 2 .339
Ashland 0 1 .000
drants Pass 14, Jacksonville 3 is
the result of the ball game of last
Sunday which was played on the A.
A. C. grounds in this oity. It was
very evident from the tart that the
game was going to be a one sided
affair sb the Grants Pass boys found
very ilttle trouble in hitting Wiloox,
the Jacksonville pitcher from the
start and kept it op throughout the
game, getting in all 14 safe bits,
whili Pernoll, the Grants Pans pitcher
kept up his old style of "potting 'era
over" ana t!l .iv!i only rro safe
hits. The Grami Pass boys go to
Jacksonville Sunday for a return game
whioh they are confident of winning,
, while Jacksonville io just as confident
of beating them.
; The A. A. O. s new suits have ar
rived and the boys will make their
first appearance in them at Jackson-
1 ville this next Sonday.
j The Medford and Ashland teams
' crossed bats on the Ashland diamond
j last 8onday, Medford winning by a
score of S to 8. The same teams play
'again this Sunday at Medford.
The Grants Pass and Ashland teams
play their first game In Grant Pass
on Sunday, Jnne 9.
Jane S, Wednesday 19
at G. A. K. ball. ;
Jane 31, Friday-Dance
Creek Hall Tickets,
July 4. Thursday Grand Foartb of
July celebration at Grant Pass.
July, 4 Thursday Dance at Savage
ball. Tickets, including supper, 81.
Vuilt will be raffled off at this
danoa. S 81 fit
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
News Notes From the Business
Man to R.ders.
Physician and Dentist
Goto Coron for Plumbing.
M. Clement, frencription Druggist.
A splendid line ol Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron't
Ses the big line of watches and
chains at Letcher's. 8-23 tf
Boys, Look I Firecrackers Pre. !
Geo. S. Calboun Co.
For a e'eau bed and a good meal
try the Western Hotel.
The Illinois Creamery Butter gives
beet satisfaction insist on getting it
Rambler, Crescent and Emblem
Bicycles. Supplies and repairs for
all kinds, bracing, enameling, vulcan
izing, 8ewing Machines Typewriters.
Cash Register, Musio Boxes and all
light Machinery reliably repaired at
M. Mclotyre'a Bioyole, Qon and Ma
i VUIUD BUUU. DUHU1 .1 A 1,11 RIXHII. nMBT.
j T Phnn MS Ornnf. P.. C III o
Ask vour grocer for Illloos
Creamery Batter it is always good. Z
Orders taken for wood at the Salva
A Rose Festival will be given by
the Bethany Band at the Presbyteran
cborch, Wednesday evening, June 6.
A short program will be given and
strawberry sherbet and rake will be
served. 15 cents admission.
W. L. Ireland was back in his old
plaoe at Cramer Bros, hardware
for a few days assisting during the
absence of Geo. Cramer in Portland.
But Mr. Ireland is now at his own
offioa in the Opera House block selling
Services and themes at the Bethany
church the coming Sunday, Jnne 2,
will be as follows:
11 a. m. Morning worship. Theme
of sermon "The Pride of a Man High
in Political Favor and what became
of it." 8 p. m. Evening worsbin.
heme of sermon "The Opened Books
whose Contents Man will have to oou
front. " tf a.' m. Bible school under
the superintendenoy of H. C Kinney ;
8 p. m., Jr. Christian Endeavor in
the church parlors ; 7 p. m. tbe De
votional hour of the Y. P. 8. O, l
A welcome, hearty and cordial, is
aasored to all wbo attend any or all
of these services.
Tbe following are the appointment
for this Sunday. Morning worship
at 10:80. . Subject of message "Good
Literature." The observance of "The
Lord's Snpper and "Right Hand of
Fellowship'1 at 11:80. Bible School
at 11 :46. Tbe Yonng People! meetiag
at 7 o'clock will be led by the Vice
President, Miss Crane. Subject
"How to realise tbe presence of
Christ." Evening song service and
sermon at 8 o'clock on the topio 1 'The
Critical Decision of Muses." You
. Newman M E. Church.
In tbe morning, at 11 the pastor,
C. O. Beckman will speak on "The
Death of Moses." In the even In ir at
'8 the topio will be "The Faoltiess
1 Christ." Sunday school at 10a.m.
Junior League at 8 p. m. and Ep
worth League at 7. A cordial wel
come awaits any and all wbo attend
M E, Church South
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morn
ing worship, 11 a. m. Devotional
, meeting of tbe Epworth League 7 p.
: m. Evening worship, 8 p. m.
! Kriend and strangers are cordially in-
vited to attend any and all of these
HAVE TO HURRY
Those beautiful lots
are going fast
Five lots have been sold this
week in Block E, three in
Block D and one in Block A.
For information concern
ing lots on Manzanita Heights
call at the Southern Oregon
Abstract and Title Co., in
Masonic Temple Building.
J. M. FISHER,
Highest prices paid for bides, wool,
pelts, rubber, iron, metals, grain
SECOND-HAN DfJG O OID S
at tbe Red Front, .Sixth street,
betw-n J ri I
FEW AS GOOD
O ld Fellows Block
Hammocks : Spading Fork.
A Valuable Copper Property.
Ellis Imber was in Granta Pasa
Wednesday on hii way from his homo
at Williams to the mines of. tbo
Chetoo Copper Company, of which ho
is superintendent These mines are
situuied on . the head 'of Chetoo rirer
18 miles west of Kerby. Mr. Imbler
has been thero since early in the
Spring with a small crew doiog de
velopment work and be cams out
last week to get bis family and for
sappliea Mrs. Imbler accompanied
him to tbe mine and will have charge
of tbo boarding honso for this Sum
mer. Grant Patton, of Plaoer, and
H. E. Imbler,; of Ashland, both of
the Company, who have been to tbeir
homes for the past week will rstsrn to
the mine neat week.
Supt Imbler stated that his Com
pany now had 28 claims located ant
that each had a most enoonraging oal
look for becoming a good producer of
copper. Assays of tha ore show
to 94 per oent copper with tbe greater
part of the ore running above 10 per
cent and also oarrving oonslderahlo
gold. They bavo fonnd eight distinct
veins on their property that are frani
180 to 400 feet apart and which have
been traoed for a mile and a half on
the surface. The plan of tha Com
pany is to folly develop these olalma
so tbat tha value of the property may
be known and then it will be placed
on tbe market. ,
J" GRANTS PASS
jj Will furnish information of
J Josephine county free of
charge. Correspondence so
licited. f L. B. Hall. President
j II. L. Andrews.... Secretary ft
cttaMTs pass, orecojv
Some of the Services that a
Bank Renders the Public
Tbe simplest and safest way of
keeping your money is by deposit
ing it in a Reliable Bank. This
Bank receives Deposits Subject to
Check, or on Demand Certificates
of Deposit or on Time Certificates
of Deposits. On Time Deposits we
pay 4 per cent interest. '
The Best and Cheapest way to
Transfer Money is by Bank Draft
We sell Drafts payable in all parts
of tbe country.
One of tbe most important func
tions of tbe Bank. We endeavor
to supply all reasonable needs of
Caaltal nd Swrplue $7 3.000
siocmoiHri ASMiuona) C
L. B. HALL. President
J. O. Campbell, Vice-President
II. L. GILKET, Cashier
B. K. HaciKTT, Aist. Cashier