Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, May 31, 1907, Image 8

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    ROGUE WVER COU1IER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON, MAY 31. 1907.
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It's best to make an early
start Here's a list of today's
money-saving opportunities:
Best Standard Corn, 10c.
StandanTomatowS, 12Vjc
1 Pkg. Flaked Wheat, 10c
Fancy Creamery IJutter
at Lowest Market Price
J. PARDEE.
418 0 Street, - Grants Pass
Near Palace Hotel
DAVIDSON
4
Talk about nice weather we are
surely baring it now.
K. 3. Kubll, the Kubli merchant
and (rrain raiser paid Oranti Pass a
business visit Saturday
W. 8. Bailey of thia place paid
Uranta PaM a business visit Saturday,
bringing back with him Ed Latyoo,
who la working In a nine near Oola
Hill.
W. B. York eold about 1S1 bead of
oat tie to Mr. Mitchell of Gazelle last
week and got a good prtoa for them.
Mr. York intends to boy some good
stock cattle now and only raise a few
oboioe cattle.
J. H. Tompklna who owns the
famaos "Glen Alta" strawberry farm
near this place, was aeen In Davidson
ne day this week witb a load of the
nest berries that has been pat on this
Market for quite awhile. Ha says bis
berries are going to produce a large
crop this year.
Begins te sound like baying has
began in this valley now, as yon can
bear mowing machines running on
both aides of the river at oooe. Tbe
first crop of hay is goiog to be pretty
good bat not as good as it was last
year.
, We find this way of driving cattle
In a boat rather slow, bat at the
same time we are of the opinion tbat
we are more sore of getting them
tbat way than we are by sitting in
the boose and playing an old riolin
and trying to get them to come home
by the "Home, Sweet Home, waltz."
Tbat is the way that "Bed Clood"
bunted his all last week.
The N. S. A. B Ditch will hare
their dam in by tbe middle of the
week and then just watch us old
farmers play in the water.
Ned and Harry Doney hare been
prospecting up on Horse Head tbe last
two weeks, where they met with
pretty good results. Harry Doney
and Father left for Sisson, Cal ,
Saturday night where tbey are going
to do some work in a pocket proposi
tion for their brother.
O, what has become of "Shorty"
I did not notice any items from his
pen in the psper this week. I'll bet I
can Jell tbe reason why he didn't
write this week he has got a large
crew of iuod at wurk building a fence
around that 40 acre strawberry patch
of bis so jnt wait until he gets that
done and then look out for tbe items
from New Hope. MONTY.
LDEEltlMi
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"Has Deering growed any?" Now
that's a pretty question." Jut think
what Deering was when America was
discovered.
Tommie Gilllgan is on the war
path with a sharp stick. He is after
tbe one who suggested Binger as a
name for his blooded pop. Tommie
is a "Bryan republican. "
A load of onr young people were
pioolcing on the Illinois Sunday.
Thia is tbe second picnio of the season
and was well enjoyed.
Uncle Fuller says tbey hare a
genuine gossip over there in bis
vicinity. Thau nothing we bave a
specimen of "Oenne Homo" who has
a whole mountain of trouble and is
continually banding oot bunches of it
to everyone witb whom he comes in
contact.
Olark Webb, Jr., baa gone into tbe
poultry businesa on a large scale.
Uncle Jim Bonbrake has gone
back to his borne near Keiby, after a'
somewhat prolonged visit in onr
valley. Come again ' 'Old Hoes. ' '
Mrs. D. L. and Mias Hattie Webb
took pleasure trip in tbe Waldo
vicinity yesterday. They called upon
friends.
Huxley L. Galbraith, on of tbe
publisher of tbe Observer was in onr
valley making aquaintances and tak
ing subscriptions for that mocb es
teemed county organ. He was here
a part of two days and took in the
sights in general Along witb Uocle
Ebe and Clark Webb Jr., be visited
tbe Webb mine wbere be seemed to be
surprised at tbe great showing made
by tbe company. He claimed that he
was very favorably impressed witb
tbe possiblities of Elk Valley.' Now
wbeo are we to bave a representative
of the Conrier make our valley a call?
EBEN.
How't ThifT
We offer 100 reward or aoy case of
Catarrh that cannot be nred by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for toe last 13 yean
sod believe him perfetly honorable ir
all hosineei traosactioos. and finao
cially able to carry oot any obliga
tions made by Ms firm.
Walding, Rinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Drosgists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
Dally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surface of the system.
Testimonials sent fre. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold bv all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Firecrackers that will make the
Fourth a success, free to tbe Boys
Come see ns about it. Geo. S.
Calhoun Co.
LAUREL GROVE i
V:ner" HUwke " oir ofie
Remember
the
Closing Out
Sale at
Churchiiro
is still on
ANNOUNCING OUR NEW
Spring
Clothin
5
Showing the very latest and correct designs and styles in
CORRECT CLOTHES for GENTLEMEN
Wo havo niado a special eflbrt to gather the very best makes of
Men's and Boys' Clothing to lo found in the Eastern markets,
and wo strongly urgo you t withhold your purchases until you
havo seen this splendid collection of high-class goods, as we
know you will find it to your advantage to examine the fine
points of our clothes bt'fore you buy.
SUITS $5.00 TO $30.00
Mr. Terbyanille is engaged in the
construction of a new creamery at
Provolt. also Elmer Gilmore and
Wbeeler Osborn.
Onr reporter is on the sick list this
week witb an attack of tbe grippe.
Messrs. Ed Swinden and Alooao
Hyde were in Oraots Pass last Satur
day on business. Also Mr. Haberman
and sou.
Elmer, Amos and Oscar Williams,
took a load of hogs to tbe Pass last
Saturday.
Mrs Saiie Lindsay was in Grants
Pass last Saturday.
Mrs. Stella Cornelias, formerly of
this place bot now a resident of
Grants Pass is visiting her father and
brother! at this place.
Mr. Angel was out to tlieir mill last
Saturday.
Mr. Gentoer has a crew of men at
work on the road aod is improving
tbe road as it was a bad one ontil be
commenced work.
David Hayes is working at the
mill of Knoz & Angel; Baby Boot is
also employed by them.
Jas. Gilmore, our genial merchant
os Murhpy was visiting the saw mill
last week.
Mr. Dillworth of Morpby is nigbt
watcb at the mill.
J. T. Payne was in Grauts Pass not
long since, on business.
J. L. Williams and Mr. Stortevant
were visiting the mill one day of last
week.
Ed. Swinden had tbe misfortoe of
getting bis arm hurt one day last
week by his team running away and
throwing him out of the wagon.
Charles Boot returned borne from St.
Johns, Oregon, one day last week.
Everbody is bevy irrigating and
oatcblng fish of late.
"Red Clood" does not care wbere
"Windy" is aa be does not bother
him. and "Monty" only talks to bear
himself talk. By tbe way, "Mouty"
have yon any jnore post cards. I
thank yon for that one yon sent me.
Now do you feel any better?
Zeb Hyde is doing some work
for Mr. H. T. Day this week as they
are going to have their bouse re
modeled somewhat.
I see "X. Y. Z" bas in a little
spiel this last week bat of coarse it
will be tbe last one for perhaps a
year. He has to study op something.
BED CLOUD.
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINES OF
Spring and Summer Underwear, Shirts and
Gents' Furnishings, Model and Up-to-date
Our Grocery Department
Is Complete in Every Detail and Supplied With Everything called
for in this Section of the State.
Wo supply the family or camp.
All Fruits and (Jreon Vegetables in Season. ,
Our big warehouse on 11 street is tilled with flour aud all kinds
S E N 1) IN YOUR ORDERS
feed
SOUTHERN OREGON SUPPLY GO.
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Oregon Pioneers Will Banquet.
Pioneers and Indian War veterans
of Oregon will bold their 25tb an
nual reunioo and banquet at Portland,
Wednesday, June 19.
The meeting will be held in the
National Guard Armory. The morn
iug of the dsy will be devoted to the
reunion features. At three o'clock
in tbe afternoon there will be a pro
gram. Chaplain I. D. Driver, who
, came to Oreaon in 1849, will ofler
the prayer aod President M. C.
George, who crossed the plains in
1851, will respond to the addera of
welcome to be delivered hy Major
Harry Lane, a native sou. Th an
nual address will be delivered by
! George H. Hinios. Special musical
ifeatorrs will be provided for the pre
1 gram.
! The banquet will be held at 5
' o'clock in the evsniu. It is said tbat
there will be 1000 covers, and only
pionees and their wives will partici
pate. Their sons and daughters will
aist in waiting upon them. At
raugements for the banquet are in the
bauda of Mrs. M. C. Cartwright. a
I member of (be Women's Auxiliary.
I Following tbe banquet reports of
officers will, be read and officers
elected for the enaoing year.
I Eureka Railroad Situation, j
j Rumors of railroad building over
, in 8ikiyou county are now plentiful
and tbe following from the Yrekaj
News gives the latest In rerard t.i th
plan of the big companies seeking to
control the transportation business
of Northern California:
'Fcta bave come to light which
place the ownership of the Treka
railroad in the Southern Pacific
company beyond doubt. In fact
Scott Van Aredale bought the road
for tbe S. P. in the first place. Har
rimao has a force surveying the
Klamathrlver canyon th'a'viswof
beating the Northern aciflo from
Eureka into Scott val Whether
tbejYreka road will be boilt into tbe
valley to connect with the Eureka
road is a question. If tbe & P.
builds the Eureka and Klamath
! road it is believed it will practically
, follow the river to Klamath Falls,
, and theuoe north and east to connect
I with the Harriman main lines into
I Portland and Ogden. skipplng-Yreka
entirely. If Hill sncveeds in reaching
j tureaa via tbe lilaniatn river.
i S. P. may extend the Yreka
'into Scott Valley."
the
road
t WILDERVILLE :
Mrs. Twigger of Portland visited
ber brother. Bichard Liniasy for a
few days last week.
Mr.Isbam moved to Grants Pass a
few days ago after being nigbt watch
at the sawmill on Chaney Creek the
past few weeks.
Mr. aod Mrs. Hayes of Portland
came down to attend Mr. Hayes'
mother's fuueral at Murpby recently.
Tben alter visiting a few days at the
borne of Mrs. Hays parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Lswis, they returned to
their borne several days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Cart and
children of Wonder visited relatives
in this vicinity Sunday, the 20th.
Maude Humpton of Deer Creek was
seen in this neighborhood several
days ago.
Ray Stevens has gone to Crescent
City to work witb his brother,
Robert who bas been working out
there the past year or more.
Mr. McBride was sick a few days
ago but think be is able to be work
ing at the sawmill again.
Mr. Bonsman and bis mother, Mrs.
Perkins visited at Mr. and Mrs. Elba
Woodard's Sunday, ths 26th.
Lucius Robinson is helping at farm
work at borne after attending school
at Grants Pass the past few months.
Francis Hocking and family started
for their home at Klamath Falls after
visiting bis parents the past two
weeks.
Emma McCann is much better after
two or three weeks of Illness.
Goldie Lewis is visiting her sisters
and brother at Portland.
Elsie Woodard and babe and Belle
Hocking made a trip to Grants Pass
Tuesday of this week.
J. H. Robinson was bustling
aronnd for hands to thin fruit as the
trees were too full to make well
matured fruit.
Rev. Akers msde a business trip to
Grants Pass Wednesday of this week.
UNCLE FULLER.
FOR CHILDREH
Levi Strauss & Co.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
Boys Clothing, Wool Snits, Wash
Suits, Covert and Khaki Suits,
Shirts, Underwear and stockings,
Hats. Caps Neckwear, etc. Firs
crackers free with all of these
articles. We guarantee tbe closest
possible prices on everything we sell
aod want to prove it to yon. Geo. S.
Calhoun Co.
Stockholders' Meeting, -
Tbe annual meeting of the Grants
Pass Fruit Growers Union will be
held on Saturday. June 1, at 1 p. m.
at the office of the secretary, Charles
Meserve, in Grants Pass. Officers for
the eosaing year will be elected, tb
report of the manager made, and ths
business for tbs past year closed
and plans taken np for securing a
warehouse and for handling this year's'
business.
All members of tbe Union and
other fruit growers who wish to join
tbe Union are expected to be present,
and all must be on time as there is a
large amount ofbusiness to transact.
R. A. N. REYMER3.
President
Charles Mewve, Secretary.
II Yo Den t
succeed tbe first time use Herbine and
von will get instant relief. Tbe
greatest liver regulator. A positive
core for Conttipation, Dyspepsia,
Malaria, Chills and all liver com
plaints. Mr. C of Emory, Texas,
writes: "My wife baa been u'ing
Herbine for herself and children for
five years. It is a sure cure for con
stipation and malaria fever, which is
substantiated by what it ha dooe for
my family." For sale by National
Drug Co., and by Demaray.
Remember
the
Closing Out
Sale at
Churchill's
is still on
s
RESOLVED
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STRAW HATS.
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