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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS OREGON, AUG. 2, 1907.
' ' ItmTofPerson S. P. TIME-TABLE. 'T BARGAIN POINTERS
-8 Interest pTr.un. o.minR P.nger leave Granu ' A Bpief ReCOrd f?
jLs 6 iP" depot as follow,: 3 LrOCal Events. K NewiNot.1 Tfom lh Butlneu
lie Good Old Summer
lilteSmall Boy Knows It
I ife are also trying to keep in the
swim in our business by making
it easy for the cook to quickly
geather up the tag ends for a
hurried dinner or lunch.
Pretty much everything in the eat
ing line, Oregon Boiled Ham,
Boiled Tongue, Fried Spring
Chicken, Sliced Beef.
Fresh Bread Daily
Home Cooking) in Nut Cake,
Orange and Lemon Layer Wal
nut Cake, Cocoanut Sponge Cake
uesdays and Saturdays
Fresh Saratoga Chips
Heinzs Pickles, Sour or sweet
(Nuff Said) nothing better to be
iipe Olives, Green Olives, .
iVelch's Grape Juice makes a good
hot weather drink, we have it in
pints and quarts.
Heinz Baked Beans plain or with1
Tomatoe Sauce. 12, 20 or 25c
for the large family size
Soused MackeraJ and Underwoods
Mackeral In Mustard 25c
Smoked Sardines (Norway), tUe
best 12c, good American Sar
dines 6 for '!5c, French Sardines
15 to 25c,
Good pink Alaska Salmon 10c
Scans Magnolia Salmon 25c
Best fall Cream Cheese per lb. 20c
All kinds of Sauces and Relishes,
lea & Perres Holbrooks,
Heinz Mandalay the very latest
and one of the best on the
market, its very good. Try It!
Raspberries and Logan
berries about gone.
Blackberries and early
Peaches now in
Remember we have those
cured Lemons, 30c doz.
mges and Banans, at
iV. Hollowav anil
leave Saturday for Forest Grove where
they will make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Burns left
Tuesday for Klamath Falls where they
will visit for some time with their son,
Sev. H. N. Rosser, of Hilliams, went
to portland on business Wednesday
Miss Elsie Ball left Tnesday morn
ing for Sequel, Cal., for a month
visit with the C. S. Price family.
M. E. Horr left the first of the week
for Marshfield where he will work at
his trade, carpentering.
Mrs. F. Prayter, of Portland, spent
Monday here with her brother, C. C.
Presley, and family, leaving for Ash
land to visit her mother.
C. E. Smith, formerly proprietor of
Hotel Layton, but now a resident of
Chehalis, Washington, spent several
days in Grants Pass this week looking
up business matters.
E. C. Dixon and wife, J. Tuffs and
wife left on Saturday morning for a
camping trip to Cow Creek. Mr. Dixon
will stay a month but the others will
Miss Julia Whitney of Ashland, who
has been visiting for the paBt wee's
with Miss Audry Carter, returned to
her home Sunday. She was accom
panied by Miss Carter who will remain
Mr.' and Mrs. W. E. Boren and Miss
Augusta Parker returned Sunday night
fiom a three weeks' camping trip nt
Crescent City. Mrs. E. S. Veach was
in the party but returned home from
Mary Adams' by stage, arriving home
Chas. Smythe left Saturday for
Marshfield where he will enter the
employ of the C. A. Smith Lumber and
Manufacturing Co. who are erecting a
$250,000 saw mill plant, which will
have the second largest capacity on the
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ellis and little
son left Wednesday morning on the de
layed No. 16 for Dallas, where the
will remain, Mr. Ellis having extensive
business intrests at that place. Tli
National Drug Store business will be
in charge of Jas. Slover and Frank
Miss Essie Ilartman left Monday for
Portland and Tacoma. Miss Hartman
has ordered her piano and other lin
pedimentia packed for shipment, and
although she has not made official an
nouncement it is suspected by her many
friends tfiat she will tako up her resi-
Prices on Edison Phonographs ad
vance September 10. "We still have a
few in stock at the old prices. Photo
and Music Store.
A. B. Cornell, wife and son returned
from their camping and deer hiinVin.;'
trii Tuesday evening. They wer
accompanied home by Mr. R. E. Doa-i
and E. A. Higginson, mining men from
Los Ancles. Mr. Cornell reports hav
ing a very delightful time and speak
in very high terms as to the treatment
received at the hands of Mr. and Mi.
J. C. Mattison near which place they
camped, their daughter Edna becan,
so much pleased with the mountain
life that she remained with Mrs. Matti
son for a week or so longer. Corn"ll
claims that the buck ague is unknown
to him and he had no difficulty in lay
ing in a good suply of both fresh and
dried "jerky," the writer can vouch
for the quolity of the dr.ed vension an i
hopes to see Cornell go again.
Have you ever
seen a Sunset?
A beautifully illustrated
monthly magazine of the w.de
awake West with faicinatine
short stories, picturesque personal
point-of-view description of the
interesting development of the
West, and the romance and his
tory o' the wonderland of the
Mr Ask your local "'e"
for current issue or send 51-3U
foryear's subscription. The book,
"Road of i Thousand W onders.
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No. 12-Shasta Express for Port
land and intermedial
v- ation V 6:23 a. m.
ro. 16 OreKun Express, Port
land and wav stations.. A 3ln.m.
?0- I ScCCOOCO. Met to R.d.r..
No. 14-Portland Express, rlyer 11:35a. m.
No. 11 Shasta Express, Sacra
mento A iSan Kram-iscn. 10:15 p.m.
o. 15 California Express, Sac
ramento and San Fran
"sco 9 05 a. m.
No. 13 -San Francisco Einnm
Iyer 11:00 a. m.
T. W. Williams went down the
Reuben Sunday morning.
Ralph Dean returned to Grants Pass
Saturday morning from Marshfield.
He had also been in Roseburg.
Mrs. Alice Ferrier, daughter of Mrs.
Hall, left on Tuesday for her home in
Salt Lake, after visiting here for some
M. J. Anderson left on Tuesday even
ing for Ashland on account of forest
fires in the Siskyou reserve.
Miss Hazel Moody has taken a
position as clerk at Fred Gumpert's
Tobe Reymer and family left on
Tuesday evening for Goldendale, Wash.,
to make their home there.
Mm. TT n IT(tinA. "1 TX.nl nnA
Mrs. W. C. Hale and danger. Mlsshe
Jessie, left tbis week for Newport,
J. O. Jarvis, formerly druggist with
the Model Drag Store, returned to
Grants Pass Wednesday from Astoria,
to take a position with Mike Clemens.
Bert Warren, formerly of Ganta
Pass, bat now of Leavenworth, Kan.,
ii in town this week shaking hands
with old friends after an absence of
about 13 yean.
Ralph Davis, Harry Marsh and Em
mett Lee returned home Thursday
from a week hunting and camping
trip in the mountains down Rogue
River. The boys report a fine time.
Jacob Wilson of Yoncolla, fish war
den for all waters of the state exoept
the Columbia and Willamette, was.SiUby's latest production, copyrighted
circulating among the fisherman of
the Rogue River this week.
Mrs. Ida Abbott and Miss Mary
Fish of Greenville, Michigan, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Voorhies,
former friends in Michigan. They are
also old friends of Mrs. Arthur Conklin ,
and her mother, Mrs. Frances Church, and a picnic wagon takes out a crowd
Dr. II. C. Dixon and family leaves jeverv Saturday night. Last Saturday
Friday for West Fork to camp for n'ght a jolly crowd went and enjoyed
about three weeks. His brother-in-law the flne drive jn the four horse tallyho.
Dr. T. W. Hester, of Jacksonville, will Thev danced until about twelvo, and
be one of the party also. Dr. E. P. j the quadrilles were especially amusing.
Dixon and family have been at thisThe Partv reached town safely and all
place for tho past week and will re-j r('Port 8 Kootl tine- N'-Jtt Saturday
turn soon. niRht tho bo-vi ar8 8oin t take ice
Rad the classified Ad oolomns ifj"em anl the girls cake so they ex
on want to buy a cow or if you want ! Pwt to "ve "ometbiiig good to eat
to pick hops. '.
utm rtt ivnTirr ! S00'11'"1 Oregon was treated to a
CHVK.CH NUlltf-s 1 genuine back-east thunder storm Mon-
Newman M. E. Church.
In the morning at 11 Rev. M. C. Wire J
D. D., of Eugene will occupy the :
pulpit. In the evening at 8 a union
meeting in this church, Evan P. Hughes i
preaching. Sunday school at 10 a. in.;,
union young people's meeting in ihlsj
church parlor at 7, Miss Stella Paddock
Strangers and friends wt'lcom-' at all
of these services.
Sunday school and men's Bible
clats at 12 m. Sunday. No preaching
services in the morning. Union ser
vice in the evening both young people
and preaching at the Newman M. E.
church. Kvan P Hughes preaching.
Business Men vs. Professions
The base ball gain- which took ulace
on the A. A. C. grounds Tliiirwiay be-'
tweerj the Business and ProfetHiooal '
men was certainly a farce from start !
to finis11, bnt that was what eerybody I
u .1 a. a a. . i ii 1
u.1uwFiu,.ra uiej,t0 have tneir ticUctg r,.Bj t0 Grants
surely got their money's worth io that i
respect, judging from the rooting and
noise mat was niaue iiironRnooi ine
game. ine unsineHs men took the
lead by running in three tallies io
the first innings and managed to keep
ahead np to the sixth inings when
some of the players thought they had
got enough for one time, 10 the game
was called off with the score 8 to 10
in favor of the Bnsiness men. Had
they played the whole nine inings
there is little donbt bnt that he Pro-fesi-ionals
would have come not on top
a they were just twginiug to warm np
whn thf" game was called off.
! The balloon ac?ninn. which wai to
bv taken lace immediately . after
the tiH'iie waii postpond on account of
tlt wind and will take place on the
railp'-d grc unrls nt 10 o'clock attir
1 Take iu the special excurHiou to
V-i:fi rd tint Thcrnlay. Pare f'T
' rctind trip fi.'rt.
Oo to Med ford next Thursday.
1000 Columbia Cylinder records were
'received at the Music store last week.
This is the complete Columbia list.
A. Morr s lost 40 tiera of wood this
week by fire in the woods set by the
carelessness of someone who was pass
ing, by dropping a lighted match
The baloon ascension scheduled for
Thursday afternoon did not take place
oo aooonnt of the strong wind prevail
ing at tbat time. Prof. Berry will
make the ascent Saturday morning at
10 o'clock from the railroad grounds,
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
The Southern Pacifio put on a spec
ial standard Pullman sleeper Arjgnat
1st for the accommodation of south
ern Oregon travelers. The car will be
attached to train No. 16 north bound
and to train No. IS soath bound, its
ron being between Portland and Ash
A. E. Vorhies has placed orders for
50,000 post cards of local scenes co-uprising
SO different views and is now
selecting the photographs for reproduc
tion. If you have a good view which
you think would mako a good post card
WOuld b plea8ed " lfc As tho
cards are mado in Germany it will be
four or five months before the cards are
The penant won by the local A. A. C.
base ball team of the Rogue River
Valley League arrived Monday and is
on exhibition in the window of J. V.
Schmidt's cigar store. The penant is
about 10 feet long, and is dark blue
with tho letters "A. A. C. '07" in
white. The club colors, however, are
black and orange.
"My Childhood Home" a beautiful
song with words and Music by Miss
Esther Silsby, of Ashland, is in stock
at the Music Store. This is Miss
.nn. aHA ... , r . mi i
1907, and is up to her standard of
excellence. The Male Quartet arrange
ment is included with the song at half
price, 30c. ,
The farmers down the river have
built a ' dance pvaillon at Stillwater
Springs about five miles below town
, day night, and for some time there
was sir fireworks enough to suit the
most exacting. In- the Keiby and
Sucker creek country the storm
teemed to be heavier than at Grants
Pans and a large number of trees were
s'nickjby lightning although no par
ticular damage was done. (JrautsPass
was in darkues all night owing to
trouble at the Gold Hill sub station .
. . ..in
auu iu iuo urea ing 01 me Hwer una i
m..iiii. ,. . ,,, ..
uenr wuouvuie nr inn muuiR 01 a
tree across it Abont 0 telephones 1
were put out of conimlmiou for a '
day or two by the burning out of the
The Grants Pass Commercial
desires that all good Citizens
this date make a point of telling their
friends in tho East that from Scptemb -
r l8t to 0tber 31st Special r.'v ork in tho day time
rate from Eastern points will be in
effect upon all Kailroads, direct to
Grants Pass, Southern Orei',, tho hub
0f the Rogue Biver Valley. Tell them
j n. L. Andrews, Secretary.
Grants Tass August 1st 1907. ,
Fishing Tackle at Cramer Bros.
KILLthe COUCH I
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snu Vs U M C ms LUIlUO
burest and Uuickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
Physician and De ntis.
Go to Coron for Plumbing.
Camping outfits at Cramer Bros.
Hammocks at Cramer Bros.
M. Clemens. Prescription Druggist.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Use Pattons Paint. Get ft at Cra
A fall stock of Edison and Columbia
records at the Mnsio Store 1500 Edl-
sons and 1000 Oolombias.
We can AH 90 per cent of your Edi
son or Columbia record orders. Mu
A complete line of Edison Phono
graph records at the Photo and Music
Kodaks and Films at Mnsio Store.
Fisher, the Jnnk man boys 'any old
thing. , 6-81 tf
Paragon brand Typewriter Ribbons
for all machines at the Mnsio Store.
Merlio-GaHre stage line leaves Mer
lin 7 a. m., arrives Oalioe 13, retorn
1; arrive Merlin 6 p. m. 25 pounds
Talking Machines rented for the even
ing at the Music Store.
Rifles, cartridges hunting coats at
Notice is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Josephine
County will hold the regular examin
ation of applicants for state and county
papers at Grants Pass, as follows:
For Stato Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, August 14.
at 9 o'clock, a m., and continuing until
Saturday, August 17, at 4 p. m.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling, physical geography, reading,
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, bookkeeping,
physics, civil government.
Friday Physiology, geography, alge
bra. Saturday Botany, plane geomerty,
general history, English literature,
For County Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, August 14,
at 9 o'clock a. nv., and continuing
until Friday August 10, at 4 o'clock
Thursday-Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday Geography, school law, civil
v Lincoln Savage,
Ornnts Pass is to have a Business
College. Chas. It. Cook of Pomona,
California, has been in tho city during
the past few days looking over the
field, and has satisfied himself that
Grants Pass will prove to be a good
point for a first-class commercial
school. The school will be conducted by
Messrs. ( lias. H. and John A. Cook.
Chas. R. Cook is a school man of
wide experience and comes to our
community well recommended by Inad-
g educators throughout tho country.
A. Cook is a member of the
rp"m Bar and an attorney
number of years standing.
The school will occupy the entno
second floor of the Hall building which
L will be fitted up ready by about Aaguist
15. The school will offer strong cours.-s
j in stenography and business and allied
subjects of commercial value. Both
j day and night sessions w ill be offered,
' thus giving those who are obliged t-J
to take the course.
Use Prasisan Poultry and Htook
Tonic Cramer En.
At the Big North Side
Furniture and House
A few Hammocks to close at your own price, several Refriger
ators at a cut price, some oild Rockers to close them
out, another shipment of Swing Chairs, also ;
Cots, Lawn Chairs and a big stock of ;
everything for House Furni- I
bhings at luwest '
A. U. Bannard
. Good Sold on
Fishing Tackel, Guns
ig themselves te
to the John R. Hyde
Grocery are hereby notified te settle
the same Immediately to the andor-
slgned dnly appointed receiver iai
H. L. ANDREWS.
Dr. Keller, spiritual medlna and,
healer, well known in San )ani
will be permanently located in tbl
town. Can be consulted on all affair
or life. Readings daily. As a neaJer
he will treat all manner of sickaesa
and diseases. Hour V a. m. to ft p.m. ;
7-9 even logs. Cor. D A 8d sta., Gnats
Pais. . ft-S-lt.
Prussian Tonics at Cramer Broa
Hundreds of New Edison Record
cvt the Music Store.
Victore and Columbia eirso.
Several Bargains In Mexchli
First National Bank
Of Southern Oregon
CRUSTS P7ISS, OREGON
Some of tho Services that i
Bank Renders the Public
The simplest and safest way o
keeping your money is by ikposit
inx it iu a Reliable Bank. Tbia
Bank receives Deposits Subject to
Check, or on Demand Certificates
of Deposit or on Time Certificates)
of Deiosits. Oh Time Deposit we
pay 4 per cent interest.
The Best and Cheapest wayjt
Transfer Money is by Bank Draft,
We sell Drafts payable in all parte
of the country.
One of the most important func
tions of the Bank. We endeavor
to supply all reasonable needs o f
Capital nnd Surplus- $73,000
L,. e. IlALL. President
J. C. Campbell, VWPresidnBt
ti. L. CILKEY, CaHhiei
K. K. HaCkKTT. AsHt. Cashia