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ROGUB RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PA33, OREGON, JUNB 14. 1907.
Desfsew C not Be Carta1
y loc I application!, m they cannot
Teach the diseased portion of tbe ear.
There If ooly ooe way to corn deaf
neM, aud that is by constitutional
remedies. Deaf o ess is caused by ao
inflamed condition of tbe morons
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tone is inflamed on hare a
rambling sound or imperfect bearing,
and wheo it is entirely closed, deaf
ness is the result and nnless the in
flammation can be taken oat and this
tube restored to its normal oooditlon,
Bearing ' will be destroyed forever ;
nine esses out of 10 are cansed by
Catarrh, which is nothing but ao
Inflamed condition or tne. mncoos
Ws will give 100 for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's CaXarrh Care.
Hend for circulars, free.
If. J. CHKK.EY & CO., Toledo.
Hold by Druggists, 75o. ,
Take Haifa Family Pill jor consti
The entire state ' of Minnesota is
ikely to be dry next Sunday, as a re
sult of the decision . of tbe supreme
court holding that the attorney
general can bring ouster proceedings
against mayors who tail to olose
saloons on Sodays. .
The Courier gives all the connty
Sunrise. Firing Salute.
9:30 to 10:30 a. ra. Mammoth street parade, ending at the
grounds on Sixth street.
10:30 to 11.30 a. m. Exercises at grounds. Oration by U. S.
Senator Fulton of Astoria, ' -
11:30 a. m. Field Day Sports:' ,
100 yards dash. Purse $10.
Standing broad jump. Purse $5.
Running broad jump. Purse $i.
Running high jump. Purse $5.
Catching greased pig. Prize, the pig. '
Climbing greased pole, sack race an J other minor sports.
2:45 to 4:45 p. m. Base Ball. Medford vs. A. A. C. Purse
$300. Admission 25 cents a -d 35 cents. -f:30
to 8:36 p. m. Band concert at railroad grounds.
8:30 to 9:30 p. mGrand display of fireworks.
9:3) p. tu. Free, platform dance.
8;30 a. m. Balloon ascension and parachute jump of 5,000 feet
by Prof. R. Berry.
9 to 10 a. m. Rock drilling contest at railroad grounds for a
purse of $150.
10:30 a. m. Base Ball. Medford
2 p. m. Horse racing at Dimmick
special race for ponies.
8:30 p. m. Free plutform dance.
II KRE is nothing so good
Anytliiqg introduced into
incroaso tho number of laughs
tho health of tho home.
mi ill- ni
wholoaome fun, It is not always fuuny, but it can. bo made
funny when you liko it funny.
The first wotk of the Edison Phonograph is to amuse. Some
people are better amused by things that arc not funny. Music, operas,
liyuius, ballads, old songs whatever it is that you like best that is
what the Kdisou Phonograph can give you best. There are good deal
ers everywhere wlto snow it. and sell it. Write for the book and
will know why you want the Bdison.l
PHOTO AND MUSIC HOUSE
Courier Building. Grants Pass.'Orerjon
Rain and still it rains a little.
It, seems that "Mooty" bas pick
at me about fence. Well, even if I
bad bailt a brush fenoe as he stated,
it would be better than nooe,.like his.
Mrs. Wm. Meseinger made your
town business trip Saturday.
Geo. Alpeter bas traded bis little
farm to Wm. Bull of Grants Pass for
J. L. MoOolm was at the Pass
Several of oar yoang folks attended
Children's Day exercles at Wilderville
last Sunday. .
I wonder what "Red Cloud" thinks
abort t "Eben" now.
We wonder what is tbe matter with
Win; Messinger has returned from
Han Francisco after an absence of six
months. ' He hsd been working at
the carpenter trade there.
The Courier t a can. family paper
vs. A. A. C.
There will be
for tho family as laughing.
tho family circlo which will
per person is a benefit to
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BASE BALL NOTES.
Standing of the Rogne River Valley
League : Won Lost Per Cent
Grants Pass 8 2 . 600
Jacksonville 8 3 .00
Medford 4 8 " .572
Atbland ; 0 8 .000
Grants Pass 6.
Is the way it stood at the end of the
ninth inning last Sunday in the game
between Grants Pans and Medford
which was ooe of the beet exhibitions
of ball put op on tbe local diamond
this season. The boys were all in the
best of trim and the errors on both
sides being but few, it was very plain
from the start which side was going
to be the victors as the Grants Pass
boys started the first inning with three
runs while Medford came np In the
second by sending two men across the
ulab bat were retired without tieiog
the score. The rest of the runs were
well scattered on both idei, Medford
making bat one and Grants Pass three
more. Pernoll and Bossen,' the two
Sooth-paws were in the best of condi
tion, both allowing but few hits end
keeping them well scattered. Johnnie
Pernoll umpired the game, seemingly
to the satisfaction of everybody. The
few disputes which are liable to come
up in any game being qniokly and
Following is the line-np: J
Grants Pass Medford
Pernoll p Bossen
Phelps , o French
Carter lb Pordy
Faublon 2b King
Sobmldt, A 8b Miles
Smith ss Wilkinson
DeLamatter rf ' Malloy
Schmidt, H of Isaacs
Riggs If Rothemal
Grants Pass goes to Medford this
next Sunday for tbe return game.
The game at Jacksonville last Sun
day between tbe Ashland and Jack
sonville teams was won by Jackson
ville with a score of 5 to 8. Tbe same
teams play in Ashland this coming
It is announced that the Roseburg
team is going to make a tour of
Southern Oregon They play at Grants
Pass on Thursday, June 30. This will
no doubt be a very exciting game as
the Roseburg team is playing fast ball
this year. This game being on a week
day is expected to bring out quite a
number of people who do not attend
It is reported that Medford Is going
to sireuRineu np tor tne game on July
4, as they are bound to win this game
at.any cost, but Grants Pass is going
to give them run for their money
even if they do run in a few profes
The following is the schedule of the
R. R. V. league for the remainder ot
the season :
June 16 Grants Pass and Medford
at Medford ; Ashland and Jacksonville
at Ashl ind.
Juue 23 Grauls Pass and Ashland
at 'Grants Past; Medford and Jackson
ville at Jacksonville.
June 81 Gr ints Pass and Ashland at
Ashland; Medford and Jacksonville at
July 4 Grauts Pass and Medford at
Grants Pas: Ashland and Jacksonville
July 6 Grants Pass and Medford at
jt WmiKKYIL LE 1
My, lmveu't -we been haviug cold,
j rainy weather, for the middle of
Jane? Cold enough for November.
Sunday, the Dili being Children's
Day here the church building was
well filled After ths children flnisln-d
with their spoaklug and songi, they
gatheied in the nice grove aud having
uo talilti ftnrtiRi! thair tuM. .l.i.i.D
thBruud and partook of a bounteous
Mr. aud Mrs. Leo Sams and babes
of the Live Slatioa saw mill visited
la this neighborhood from Satnrday
eeveuing nutil Sunday ereuing.
Akers made a business trip to
urams ran wesuosdy of this week.
Kev. Hoxie of Willims Creek made
short visit with relatives at Wilder
ville Saturday evening or laat week.
Eugene Sams, after closing his
terra of s-hool on Deer Creek, visited
home folks a few days then went to
Portland to work a few months in a
Graudpa JChalauder, near Wonder
bas been ill the past week 'and hu
; been staying at the home of Ben Bull
j up Charley Creek.
I There is lots of hay down that has
'been takins these rather har
Mrs. H. TX
Jones and Alioe Love-
lac are at iomo after visiting a few
!dy up Kogae Hirer,
j UNCLE FULLER. -
Miner.-blanks the Courier office
if you give us a chance to try.
Our reputa ion in the grocery bust
ness stands for good me-chandise
and good value. It is the easiest
thing in the world to find a choice
i,: our large collection at a price
that suits your purse..
A large assortment of Pickles,
Sauces, Jellies, Fruits Meats, Fish,
etc. The finest strawberries in the
land. Cherries are plentiful and
cheap. We can supply you for
418 G Street, 7 Grants Pass
Near Palace Hotel
St. Luke's Church.
. There will be prsyer and sermon
at St. Luke's church Suuday evening,
June 16 at 8 o'clock. Rev. F. O.
Williams of Medford will preach.
M E, Church South
The Pastor, Geo. W. Gardner, will
preach both morning and evening.
Sunday school, 10 a. m., morning
worshp.'ll a. m., Kp worth League,
7 p. ra., evening worship, 8 p.m. A
cordial welcome to all.
There will be religious services at
the Free Mithodi6t church on Mill
street near Pine as follows : Sabbath
sheool at 10 a. in., preaohiog at 11
o'clock. Prayer and class meeting at
8 p. m., also preaching at 8 o'clock.
All are cordially Invited to attend
J. H. Brown, Pastor.
Newman M E. Church.
In the morning at 11 the pastor, C
O. Beckman,x will speak. Subject:
Vis Life Worth- the Living?" Iu tbe
evening at 8 the Sunday school will
have charge of. the service. The pro
gram will consist of recitations,
dialogues and "songs. Tbe Sunday
school meets at 10 a. m. Epworth
League at 7. A cordial welcome
awaits you at any or all of these ser
vice. , .
Morning worship is at 10:30 when
the psstor preaches on the topic' The
Half way Man." The session of the
Bible Sdhool is at 11 :h. The Young
reopie i meetiug at 7 p. ni. will be
led by Prudence Kame. Subject
"Who are Slaves aud Who are Fre
MeD?" For the 8 o'clock evening
servioe a Children Day program will
be presented A cordial loviUton is
eiteudel to these services.
The Fchedule of services at the
B)thsny church the couiiug Suud.ty,
Jnne lti, comprises the folowing: 11
a. in. Evau P. Hushes speaks on the
theme, "Was the Golden Age in Wie
Past, as the Poets -siug'r No; it is in
the Future." 8 p. m. Children's
Day Exercises, entitled "Suushine
Songs for Sunny June," composed by
W. A. Post and Lizzie DeAruioud
will be rendered by the Bethany Bible
school. 10 a. ni. Bible School nnder
the superiuiendeucy of H. O. Kinney.
All members are urgi-d to be present,
as an snnouncement of importance is
to be made respecting a pionio next
week. 7 p. m. Devotional Hour of the
Y. P.S.E. All are cordially invited.
The Western Ulay Company, of
Portland, which owns some of the
valuable kaolin deposits east of Ash
land on the Dead Indlar road, are
getting ready to utilize a large
quantity of the rock this season.
They gave a Portland trackman tbe
contract to keep two teams 'busy atl
the present season and tbe latter bas
been purchasing wagons and teams at
Ash laud the past few days. It is un
derstood that the company is also
willing to hire .more haulers to bring
the rock down tbe mountain to Ash
land, a distance of about 10 miles, for
shipment to the works at Portland.-
its Fired tht Stick
'I have fired the walking H-V !
carried over 40 yesrs, on account of a
sore that reitvl hi... .. .
meot, until 1 tried Bucklen s Arnica '
caive; mat ni nealed the sore and !
made me a hsppy man, " writes John :
t-tarrett, of Nunh Mills. N. C. , Guar-!
anteed for Piles. Burns, etn . hr .11 I
Am i... nr.. ' ;
Someone bas asserted that a pack
of fools live in Elk Valley. Well
now, we do not just believe this, as
we have never beard of anyone from
here being sent to the legislature.
E. M. Albright returned from a
business trip to Grants .Pass Thurs
day Tomie Gilligan was in your city
buying farm machinery and returned
borne Friday with a mower and bay
rake., Tommie means business.
Clark Webb, Sr., has commenced
haying this week and has tbe finest
stand of orchard and rye grass that
one can find anywhere.
Miss Pearl Sams who is teaching
school in the O'Brien district, is the
guest of Miss Anna Peterson over
Satnriay and Sunday.
Tbe Courier does not always print
our songs, but Elk .Valley people keep
right on singing tbein josfttie same.
Frank Stiwalc audjwife, Roy Briggs
and Miss Julia O'Brien, are guests at
Mr. and Mrs. Frodelius today. These
people hail from Waldo and vicinity.
D. L. Webb nd fwife, Mrs. Peter
son, Bernard Frodeluis and C. T.
Webb were all on a shopping trip to
Waldo this week.
Art Bigelow returned from Grants
Pass the first of tbe week and was a
visitor at tbe Webb mine Wednesday.
From here he went over in the
Diamond Creek country to look at
some alleged rich copper claims there.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frodelius
ana Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson
we re guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Webb Sunday, where strawberries
and cream were the main issne.
We bad people freezing to death
here last Winter with tbe mercury at
30 degrees above, and now the same
people are cooked to a fare-yon-well
at 80 degrees above. Beats business
how thunder keeps np.
Hark ! What was that t Did we hear
someone making a noise like a rail
road? Those editorials in tbe last two
issues of the Observer, smacks of sood
Haying is here in dead earnest.
7MT IT A MIGHTY COMFORTABLE ftZlINQ
To KNOtf t)U HAVE ON THE" PRO PER Cl)7ft ES.
IF WE Go To the: proper, place: wf can
FEEL SURE WE ARE ALL RIGHT VEJ OW
IT TO OURSELVES TO DRESS WELL
WE WIJH YOU WOULD INQUIRE WHETHER
OR. NOT CUR. .STORE 1,5 THE PROPER. PLACE
TO DEAL. IF YOU KNOW OF ANY ONE WHO
DEAL5 AT OUR JToRE, AK THEM HOW WE
TREAT THEM. OR, BETTER JTILL, COME IN
AND LET JS SHOW YOU THE GOODS WE
CARRY, THE PRICEJ WE .SELL THEM AT,
AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. WE BELIEVE WE
TREAT OUR CU JToMER S RIGHT BECAUSE WE
SEE THE .SAME FACE.S JEAJoN AFTER SEA
JON. JU.ST NOW WE ARE ESPECIALLY
BOYS' SUITS AT $1.7-5 TO $7.50 AND 5
PAGKS OF FIRECRACKERS FREE.
BOYS' KHAKI SJTS AT $1.50 AND TWO
PACKS OF FIRECRACKERS FREE.
BOYS' COVERT SUITS AT $1.35 AND TWO
PACKS OF FIRECRACKERS FREE.
BOYS' WASH SJTS AT 65 CTS. TO $l.r5
AND TWO PACKS FIRECRACKERS.
BOYS' EXTRA KNEE PANTS AT 25 CTS. TO
$1.50 AND ONE P.ACK FIRECRACKERS.
Boys' Overalls at 50 cts. and over. One pack fire
Boys Waists and Shirts at 25 cts. and 50 cts. One
Free firecrackers with Boys' Hats, Caps, Stockings,
Underwear, Ties, etc.
Boys' don't overlook this. Our prices are right
and the firecrackers are free until July 1.
QE0. 5. CALHOUN C2.
OUTFITTERS TO BOY AMD flW
Levi Strauss & Co.
MORE MONEY IN THE
County Treasurer Taylor Maksi
Call for County Warrants.
There are funds in the treasury to
pay all warrauts protested to Jum '
25th. 1904. j
Interest will cease from this data
May 81st, 1907. 4 j
J. T. TAYLOR,
Treasurer of Josephine County, Ortl
City Treasurer's) Notice.
There are fonds in the oity treasum
to redeem all outstanding warranu,
protested to May 1, 1906. Interest ot .
same will cease ater this date. ' I
Dated at Grants Pass, Ore., May Si !
1907. col. w. johnson;
Jane 18, Tuesday Ice cream Social it
Baptist church parlors. t
Jane 20 Thursday Fruit Grown'
picnic on Vannov ereek. f
Jane 21, Friday, Danoe aud ice oresu
and cake at woodmen hall. 8-14 it.
Jane 21, Friday-Dance at Savanl
Creek Halt Tickets, including
sapper $1. 6-31 JT
July 4, Thursday Grand Fourth ot
July celebration at Grants Pass. ;
July, 4 Thursday Danoe at Savajt
Creek ball. Tickets, inoluding snp-.
per, II. Quilt will be rallied off si
this danoe. 6 Slit