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ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 27. 1907.
Show Is ixot Everything,
But it is Something.
. . . Our Motto . . .
Quality Is the Best Policy
Is sustained in our selection of fix
tures in caring for our large assort
High Grade Teas
and fine Coffees
If you are open to conviction, come
in and let us ' show you that our
plan is bound to win your approval
Purity, Strength and Flavor
Are carefully considered and
form results guaranteed.
412 Front Street.
S. V. Moody's
Dry Oak, Fir and Pine
always on hand
for imraodiat delivery
Office and yard, West II Bt.
Grants Pass, Ore.
IS MY RULE IN
None Hut the Best
and at Right Prices
SOLE AGENT FOR
WHITE SATIN FLOOR
Tho Cost Hard Wheat
ou he Market
Fhesh Fruit and Vegetable
t. Y. DEAN
West Q St. Opposite depot
CEMENT AND CEMENT WORK
R. 11. CILI ILLAN
Will do your cement work in good
shape Give him a chance
l'lion 744. Cor. 1! and 5th.
to Dusky Beauty
A dark skin becomei fascinating
when delicately loft, undetijiread
with the radiant glow which indi
cates a healthy, active tkin. Kohert
ine keeps (he ikin refined in quality,
keeru porraireeirorncloeKiiij; waste
and stimulate! the tiny capilUriei to
contribute the color which charms in
blonde and brunette J,kr. Kohrrt
kxt it certain protection apainst un,
unburn and freckles i( applied le
fore eiMur to tun or wind.
Spreads like an Imperceptible sheen
ol fame over ikin mi face, formiii a
shield stimulating and nrnrrvinir a
delicate, lustrous beauty.
6UARANTEE YOUR HEAUH
H you suffer from StonvSMi,
Kidney or Liver t rouble, Rheu
niatum or other Mood dis
orders, correct them now.
PERKINS' NATIONAL HERBS
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Certificate No. V ,t
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AMONG THE LODGES
Monday evening the member of
Granta P&hh Lodge No. 84, A. F. &
A. M. had a line meeting, the Fellow -
crart degree being conferred upon a
Tiromineiit business man, after which
came interesting addresses by visiting
brethren. Th remarks of Louis L.
Nelson, of Berkeley, a prominent
Mason, were exceptionally Rood.
Thermopylae Lodge No. 60,
Knights of Pythias is haying loine in
teresting meetings these days. At
the next meeting there will be btioi
ness of importance and all members
are urged to be in attendaoee.
Golden Rule Lodge No. 78, I. O.
O. F. is In a thriving condition and
new members are being initiated
rigst along and much degree work is
being done. This order is on of the
strongest in the city.
Reames Chapter R. A.M. held an
interesting session, Wednesday even
Ing, being the first gathering since
me vacation season, xnere was a
goodly attendance and all Jiad a de
lightful time of it.
Paren Encampment No. 29, I. O. O.
is enjoying a good degree of the
prosperity which his coming to the
Odd Fellows orders of the city and
its member! are quite enthusiastic
over the work being done.
The regular quarterly meeting of
Josephine Court No. 27, Foresters of
America occurred Wednesday eyenng
and after the business bad been
transacted 'came an enjoyable social
session which was highy entertaiin
iug. Quite a fine literary and musical pro
gram was rendered at the last meet
ing of Aetna Rebekah Lodge, I. O. O.
F., after some candidates in waiting
bad run the' gauntlet. Delicious re
freshments wsre also served.
Taklltna Tribe, Independent Order
of Redmeo No. 29 held "High Jinks"
t its last doings when the members
turned out in largs numbers to enjoy
the evening's program.
Grants Pass bag a prominent Mason
in the person of Hon. L. L. Jewell,
who holds the office or Grand Sword
Bearer in the Grand Commandary,
which convenes in Portland this week
and Mr. Jewell, as well as Dr. W.
H. Flanagan, A. H. Gunnel and
Geo. S. Calhoun accompanied bltn, to
the noted gathering.
Medford Redmen are makug
elaborate preparations lor a grand
pow-wow which they are to have
October 13, when the tribes from
southern Oregon will congregate and
many palefaces will be taken into
camp. It promises to be big
demonstration and many Indians from
the local tribe will take in the doings.
Monday evening the members of
Azalia Circle No. 182, Women of
Woodcraft, will have initiation ser.
vsoes and one of those fine times for
which that organization is justly
famous. Refreshments will lie served.
WITH THE CHURCHES X
Rev. and Mrs. Austin J. Hollings
worth have betyj spending the week at
Ashland as the guests of Mr. Corbin,
brother of Mrs. Hollingsworth.
The sacrament of the Lord's Sopper
will be administered at the Bethany
Presbyterian chorcli, Sunday, October
6 and new members will also be pub
Rev. Geo M. Gardner, pa'tor of the
M. E. church, Sooth will go to Rofe
bar, next week, to attend the meet
ing of the Columbia conference. He
will take a fine report of his first
Preparations for the observance of
the third Sunday in October as
Rally Day by" the Bethany Presby
terian Sunday school are being made.
Committees on program and decora-
tions were appointed by Snperin-1
tendent H. C. Kinney, last Sunday.
The members of the Grants Pass!
Free Methodist chnrch are making a
big effort to raise f'JOO, with which 1
to finish seating the new bouse of
worship and also fit up the new par-1
Already the members of the Ladies'
Guild of St. Lok:s Episcopal chnrch
are preparing for some aggressive j
work this fall and winter, particulars'
of which will be given pnblicty from
time to time.
Grants T.i- IV.
General RotKrt E. Let.
was the greatest General the world
has ever known. Ballard's Snow
Liniment is the greatest Liniment.
Quickly cures all pains. It is within
the reach, of all. T. H. Pointer,
Hempstead. Tex., writes: "This is to
certify that Ballard's Snow Liniment
it has been used In my household for
years Hinl tins been "found to he un
excellent Liniment for Klieonmite
pains. Iiu never without it. " For
sale by National Drutt Co.. and hv
IV I Ilk V I V I I l 1' I
IIIFI, l J U it -
(Crowded out last week. )
Mr. ami Mrs. Mellrido ami family
have moved to (irants Pans for the
present to an to U handy to his work.
Adda Hoblnson has commenced a
term of school uear Wonder and Pearl
Lewis commenced her school at.
Bennie Bull is having a nice large,
house built on his farm up Chaney
creek. We congrttnlate hi in ou iret-
ting Mr. Llpp to do the carpenter
work, as liis work is flrst-ebv-s.
Our school is running nicely, with
Mr. Mitiiiptou a teacher.
Mm. Jones is visiting iu Stm Frati-
CI Ml i.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton and children of
(irants Push visited several days
with Mr. and Mr. William Holland of
Mr Humptou and family moved in
to the aronat.fl for the winter.
ll.iyilen Close bad the tuisfortiiue
of getting bis left wrist badlv hurt.
Ho is new carrying his arm iu a
I.eo aid Eugene Sams went to
Uleiidale to work with the Williams
The two Mrs. Woodard made a
business trip to Grant Pass Wednes
day cf this week.
We bear that Nora Gale of Grants'
Pass is dead, alter a very few dv I
f aickn.,, I M'l.K Fl'LLKK." I
At Medford, October 10 and 11, will
occur the meeting of the District
Convention of the Christian chnrch,
covering the counties of Jackson, Jose
phine, Carry, Coos and Dong Ian. The
Grants Pass church will be well re
The attendance of the Newman M..
E chnrch Epwortb League has more
than donbled during the past year,
while the mid-week prayer meetings
have increased 60 per cent, in attend
ance. The Ladies' Aid has grown in
membership until now it has 170 en
Friday evening the ladies of the
Bethany Presbyterian church gave a
novel affair, each member' bringing a
Inncb basket and the gentlemen were
invited to come at 6 o'clock and en
joy the repast It proved to be a
very enjoyable affair.
Tuesday evening the members of
the First Christian Endeavor Society
tendered Miss Morelle Hair, one of
their members a farewell on her de
parture for Eugene, where she enters
the state university. I; was a very
This afternoon the members of
the Women's Home Missionary
Society, of the M E. Chnrch,
IS THE HOUSEWIFE'S BEST FRIEND....IT HAS .FEW EQUALS
AND NO SUPERIORS.... AMONG ITS MANY GOOD QUALITIES
ARE THAT IT IS MADE WITHOUT STOVE PASTE OR STOVE
putty and every joint is thoroughly rivited....Itas a draft that gives
you complete control of the beat all the time and a thermometer
shows you the amount of heat in the oven....This stove is finished in
the natural color of steel, without any polish, making it look as nice
and bright after a year's use as when first installed.
Jack Frost Is Coming'
and you will need a good HEATING STOVE and we have just the
kind that will give you both COMFORT and entire SATISFACTION
GRANTS PASS HARDWARE COMPANY
South, are enjoying a delightful time,
as (he guests of Mrs. J. D. Frye, at
her home on A and Third street.
Work in the Free Methodist chnrch
is reported as being in a very sood
condition and the interest inaui
fested in all the services is very
Next Sunday will bo "Rally Day"
for the First Baptist Sunday school,
Tickets will; be issued and every
thing will be conducted ou a time
schedule. The exer.'ises will be held
at the ssme hour with the morning
church service, at which time Rev.
F. C. Lovett will speak on " Isaiah's
Vision" and in the eveuing be will
j nave -- ine itauy ury or .leans, ' as
E. chnrch and that school reached its
highest mark last Sunday, with
248 present. It has an enrollment of
310 and during the summer months
it was very good, making the average
for the whole year 224 each Sunday.
The Y. P. C. T. U. met in the
parlors of Bethany Presbyterian
church Friday evening, September 6.
As this was the regular yearly elec
tion, the following officers were
elected: Miss Kittis Longhrldge, presi
dent, Edward O'Neill, secretary,
Geo. Birdseye, treasurer. The vice
presidents from the various churches
and the corresponding secretary will
be deoided upon later. '
The following superintendents were
appointed: Medal contest Zora Per
ry, Flower Mission Electa Chapman
and Laora Mitchell. Social work
Go. Birdseye. Jail work Earl Dox
see. Anti-Narcotics Geo. Harper.
Christian Citizenship Roy Hackett.
Presa Dept. vacant. Sooial Purity
Mrs. O. O. Beckman. Evangelist
vacant. Snpt. of Programs Ella
Savage. Parliamentary Usage Errol
The Modesty of Women
Naturally makes them shrink from the
Indelicate questions, the obnoxious ex
aminations, and unpleasant local treat
ments, which somo physicians consider
essential In the treatment of diseases of
women. Yet, if help can bo had, it is
better to submit to this ordeal than let
the disease grow and spread. The trouble
is that so often the woman undergoes all
the an nova nee and shame for nothing.
TbonsandsNqf women who have been
cured h Br. three's Favorite Prescrip
tion wriuv. In iJViirpciation of the cure
which disiVrJiVVNi the examinations
and local treatmenloThero Is rp other
medicine SO 'lire and site for delicate
women ss "raxorile lT"cnitmn.
cures debilil.iliug drains, irregularity
Sunday was a big day for the New-1
man Methodist church. It was the
last service before the meeting of con
ference which meets iu Portland, this
week, the reports made were very en
couraging, threughoot. It was found
that 114 new members hHd beou added
to the church the past year; t!ie sum
cf 1 has Wu raised for all pur
lHwt's and the work has made a won
derful advance all along the line.
Kev. C. O. BeckniHii, the pastor is
much pleased w ith the showing made
by his second year's labors iuj this
The li. Y. P. U. of the First Bap
tist chu rch will have the Missionary
Conquest Course," the rest of this
year and the geuenil topic will be
"Uplift of China." and the first of
the new year thev will take un the
Culture course, with "Jesus and Mi:
Work," as the theme. These meet-;
ingwill be held at the home of Miss i
female weakness. It always Ileitis.
almost always cures. It is strictly non
alcoholic, non - secret, (ill Its Ingredients
being printed on itsihoUtc-wr:ipH-r; con
tains no deleterious or habit-forming
drugs, and every native medicinal root
entering Into its composition has the full
endorsement of those most, eminent In the
several schools of medical practice. Some
of those numerous and strongest of pro
fessional endorsements of Its Ingredients,
will be found In a pamphlet wrapped
around the tsittle, also In a Ixioklet mailed
fire on request, by I'r. R. V. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en
dorsements should have far more weight
than any amount of the ordinary lay, or
The most Intelligent women now-a-days
M.vit on knowing hat they take as med
icine Instead of opening their mouths like
a lot of young birds and gulping down
whatever is offered them. "Favorite Pro-
j scription" Is of known i-ojirosiTiox. It
j makes weak women strong and sick
I Hr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is sent frrt
I on receipt of stamps to pav expense of
. mailing 011)1. Send to Dr. li. . Pierce,
Kutfalo. N. v., -I one-cent stamps for pa
, per-eovered. or SI stamps for cloth-bound.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge
1 by letter. All such communications are
held sacredly confidential.
, I'r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets inviirorate
, and regulate stomach, liver and bowels.
v.rane and all young people desiring
to join and enjoy tin se delightful'
and instructive gatherings should see
Koy Hackett, president cf the Union
"Church Day" will observed
with all day program at the First
Baptist church, Sunday, iVtoter .
Officers will lie elected. reiorts from
all departments of the work w i 1 be j
giveu, refreshments will be served'
; and a grand time is anticipated. All ,' ''arKe ani Wagon Yard
: friends cf the church are cvrdially in- j venient for hitching-
I vi ted to participate iu the interesting
Perhaps the largest Sunday school
in the city is that of the Newman M,
J. R. WELLS, Prop.
K. street between 5th and 6th
IIon.cs Uouuht and Soi l
Second hand rigs for sale
BUY YOUR TREES FROM
"Old Reliable Albany Nurseries"
and you are sure of gettidg just what you
order. We grow our trees for quality not
GEO. H. PARKER,
This is the only school in the Northwest whirVi
prepares young men and young women for
Private Secretary j
We have ceased trying to fill all positions which are brought to
our attention. Only the best are selected and for the best we
must have the best young people.
Write us today and ask us about this Private Secretary Course
Holmes Business College
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