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ROGUE RIVHR COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 27, 1907.
The weather this week baa been just
like the "Good old 10 miner time."
J. L. Wooldridge of Kabli paid
Grants Pans a business Tisit Saturday,
K. J. Kabli, the uierchaot paid
O ran til Para a business Tisit Monday.
W. B. York, the hay grower and
itock raiser of Davidsoo will have to
spend this week in Grant Paaa hav
ing boen called an a jaoior for this
term of conrt.
A. J. HtauD, wno paruliHAed the
Peter liurk halter place from Henry
Kach is busily engaged this week
hauling vlre fencing from Grants
Pas. We understand thit hn ( going
to put np three miles of that kind of
C. J. Jeter, the mining num. hag got
a crew of men at work on the Panther
Track mine iu the Missouri Flat min
ing district and is humly engaged
running a tunnel to tap the lodge at a
.reaif depth than it has ever been
N-'oro. iiefore bu" days elapse we
r.Ttirot to hear of n
ising (track as the uiiue ussd to It
r : yiug one.
The Murphy baseball team doe
ot sseui to hare much t say this'
weea a they have not got over a
tight shock thai Unwind t then !
at Woodville laHt .Sunday. .hevi
went to Woodville to
and were to hare half of thefratelm-
ce'pt and all the dinner that?thTy
ooold eat. Well, they played and wou
the game, the tally standing 8 to 10
in favor of Murphy,, they did not Bet
half of the gare receipts and had all
the dinner they could eat bnt had to
pay for it. Come ovar sometime,
Woodville and we will try and dojyou
Hoirebody said we did not have any
telephones on Applegate. Well now
that is a mistake there are nearjyj)
phone installed here now and new
lines are being built all the time.
The government is having line
bollt over the Orayback mountains
and it" will go through to the Bine
l.rlro riiatjtnm of abont 40 miles and
" . . . . ... . .1 Tm
a. an nnnerstuna i nan mey win
a. Una armai to the wonderful
Josephine caves and the rangers in the
KtTHKt tteserves wiu ainu
to their cabin ou the
Rural Free Delivery does not sound
like a very large word bat neverthe
lees ws have got one here on Apple
gate, it having been going since the
Kith of this month and will be known
R. F. D. No. 1, Murphy, Ore
They leave Murphy and go np the
sonthsirieof Applegate to Applogate
postofllce and cros the bridge and
come down by Kubli and Davidson
and arrive at Murphy in time for the
all to so in on the evening stage
The farmers here almost all taking a
moch needed rent for awhile as they
have got their grain all threshed and
are done cnttiua UD their corn and
will soon start 'to pot that away and
by that time they will be ready to do
the fall plowing. The farmers along
the river are cutting the lid crop of
i I i l i : ,1 ... I...
. . . nay aim it is curum now an vo nave
body of u a ore
. . . 'had the weather for it of late. Hop
p . . 'g is also over and the hop
'pi'ki s have all gone home well satis
baseball team doe. tn . ,th tlle)r ouliuR.
play that team ! i Z
Murphy needs a live realestate
Arthur Harmon and Will Leith were
up Sunday from the Chauey creek
Mike Jennings and wife of Grants
Pass were visiting with home folks
Saturday and Sunday.
D. O. Hays sold his 70 acres upland
ranch this week to Mr. Watson of
New Orleans, consideration about
All road lead via Murphy to the
Redlaods" when Grants Pnssites go
out for a drive.
Jeff Wimer baa sold his Murphy
ranch to Mr. Card well of Washing
ton for $5000 and will move scon to
the Leonard Ranch on Sncker creek
which he recently purchased for
fSOOO. We recommend the family to
the neighbors of hi new home.
The B. F. D. from Murphy has
been running two weeks, giving both
sides of the Applegate daily mail
Geo. W. Reeser surprised his many
acquaintances at Murphy last week,
by making his appearance hale and
hearty. He ha been gone some two
years and the news had been gener
ally circulated that he was dead. He
is accompanied by a soldier cliuui,
George .Hoors, of Los Angeles and
they will make Marphy their home
for the present.
The automobile schedule in vogue
bete wen the Sherman Realty Co.
aud the Redland Vineyard, puts Mur
phy on the uiHp as a gasoline station
aud makes ber feel like she's in the
The "At Home" reception given by
Mr. aud Mrs. Frank M. Hays last
Saturday night was well attended
and highly appreciated by their many
friends about Murphy. We wish
them many years of wedded happiness
snd as few of the sorrow of this life
as is possible with the uncertainties of
all things tinman.
X. Y. Z.
LOCAL DOCTOR MAKING
Dr. Findlav Performs a Feat TKi
Was Until Kectntly Regarded
as an Impossibility.
P--J9Jlni for the housewife to lay iu her
supplies. Our line ot FKUSH FRUITS is plentiful,
fine and quite large. Let us provide you with these
good things to eat.
Just as Represented
If you haven't beeu trading with me GIVE ME A
TRIAL AND Bli CONVINCED
J. Pardee, Sfte Grocer
f 9 at Cat. a aa
1U Si:M, or KXCHAftGK
Household Goods aud my stock is (mite complete... If you
have anything to sell or exchange come and see me, or if
you need anything iu my line see my goods and get prices.
SACKS, COPPER, RUBBER and METAL WANTED
M. E. MOCRE,
EW and SECOND HAND
FENCE YOUR FARM
Write to us for Catalogue and Prices
Hair -Riddle How. u
A rather remarkable cure is beina
effected by a local professional man
and one that is likely to attract con
siderable attention from the medical
world. Reference is made to the case
of George T. Sueucer. of Prnvnlt.
whose eyesight was practically gone.
but who is now hannv in the fart
that he can see objects plainly and no
longer has to be led around"like"a
; blind maa.
I Some seven years ago, while out
hunting. Mr. Spencer, baring shot
j some ducks, which fell on the other
f side of the creek, proceeded to pull
j off his ciothes and wade across. Com
iug back, through the icy cold stream,
he saw another flock of birds, but
j when he endeavored to sight them
i with his gun. he was horrified to tind
that he could not see with that eye.
the right one. He consulted with the
best occnlists and physicians to be
found in the land, who told him that
he had a dangerous trooble":nit
known as a detachment ofjtiiejreiiua
and farther, that it could not be
j Later on some two years ago, while
endeavoring to lift a very heavy ob
ject, he strained himself and then the
other eye went blind, leaving him to
all purposes blind. Again did he en
ucavor to get some help from the
medical profession and consulting
with Dr. M C. Fiudley, of Grants
Pass, last June, he was told that an
eminent phsician, a Dr Stewart of
Ohio had by various experiments
been successful in treating this dread
trouble by injecting diouiu iuto the
eyeball. But befure subjecting Mr.
Spencer to this treatmeut, Dr. Find-
ley sent him to consult with the lead
ing professional men of Portland and
there lis met seven of the nottd ee
specialists of that city and each one
advised liim to come back and have
Dr. Fiudley proceed with the treat
went. it. t indley, m writing the
Portlaud eiperta, nrged them to offer
any better treatment, if they had such
When he went under the care of Dr.
Fiudley, he was unable to diatimramh
the big East school huiding. from
j where he was stopping, at the Sooth
Paoiflo hospital, but now he can sit
ou the porch of the hospital and en-
, Joy soeiug the boys and girls play on
the school groonds and ;be ha many
, very gratifying proofs that his eye
sight is gradually returning to him.
Of conrte he is greatly pleased over
the eicelleut assurauca that he is go-
nig to nave his sight restored fully
to him and when he talked with the
Courier mau regardiug the matter,
he coulld hardly eipress his satis
factiou, so delighted was be with
the way his are er improving, he
said he only wished he coolu draw a
check for Dr. Fiudley .in ;the sum of
IUKHI, iu jvmeut fr th wonderful
ervi,-e lis had been rendering him.
Now he cau read coarse print aud
he canfldoutly expects to soon be
wM" fd h newspaper and be
himsHlf again, a ivudiiion ,whichill I
l ery eujoyable to him. j
This is the flrst cas of thi'kirf t.. !
be.lrented'on the Paciflo coast sue
ees.full.v. ;thus far .koowo. and that
back east is heconiiRi! n,...i .n
Ask your Grocer for those Patent Screw Top Cans
sav CLEVELAND'S Ask a GOOD cook the kind of baking
powder to use and she will say CLEVELAND'S.
It is the baking powder or experts the baking powder used
by those who have tried them all.
Cooks who have used CLEVELAND'S and tried others
always come back to
Made from a Superior grade of Pure Cream of Tartar.
ForfSalefby all Leading Grocers on Pacific Coast
There's Nothing Nicer
for the ladies than nicely laundried
gannente. and that is the kind of
work we do, give us a trial and be
convinced. We gearantee entire
satisfaction, call us up, phone 333
and we will promptly look after
Remember, we have no branch
oflicc, out plant is on the comer of
II and 5th sheets.
Pell's Elite Laundry
STOVALL & COWDREV, Mgrs.
2d Miss Blanche Crane.
Painting in water colors by girl un
der 18 years (special) 1st, MiBS Regl
na D Robinson, Jacksonville.
Collection of Southren Oregon
scenery 1st C L Clerenger; 2d Emil
Collection ' of Southern Oregon
children 1st A T Lewis; 2d Miss
Best oollection of relics 1st Mn''
P Dodge, 2d W eh " f
Best collection of Indian reilcs-lf '
Mrs S F Morine: 2d Albert Paddock. '
Best collection pioneer relia,
(special) 1st Mrs J P Tuffs.
Best map drawing; by pupils of pnlj
Iio schools 1st Helen Hall jJSd Helm
HOW S THIS
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( atarrli that cannot be cund bv
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THAT 1 1 Z SUCH A DFLICHTFUL
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Mrs K Harniou ;
E Williams; 2d
ui country. I his la ,Tri,-:i
Pass will4reciV. '
Mrs J C Locus.
Knitting 1st Mrs
Mrs F H Schmidt.
t'ouie-tio work 1st Mrs'
Howard; 2d Mrs F D Strieker
Under 1G veara of Ann
Embroiderv-ist Miss Kellie Moore
M Miss hdna Cornell.
Art I'alntius; in oil 1st Miss Kate
Jewell; 2d Mrs C L Clevenger; 3d
.Mrs Aujiie Hale.
t aiming iu wateniilora lat i
AUtfie HhIo 2d Mrs Augie Hale
i.Tawing in black aud white 1st
-is jewe Usle; 2d, Mrs. Angle
naie; ad Miss Jessie Hal-
n... i . .
"'""'"H T minis in panne, schools
- 1st George Turner; 3d trances Gil
Allan; 3d Krauivs O'Brian.
Woodwork-1st Miss Blanche Crane;
3d John Widuian; 3J j d jry
Chtna painting-lst Mrs A H Gonnell ;
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J1IUI1J LLU nmri Kt'n r nTUlM? smr tn v I.
dor him; vnip i Vimtn VLV.vr. . &
GREAT ABlNDANrr AM d r a rv, r.n
mwri?TEunrDy EADY' COME IN AND
INSPECT THENEW.TnrV' uurrurn vmi
AK.E READY Tn R ;v d m-t tr
PRIDE IN jHOW Nrt THf HMincur wrw
f AonlONo. WF Dn MrT D rr ai i a err a cm
WHEN THE TYI.F. WFPP nmrr ac at
TRACTIVE AS Hr n'
2am J-l ECMMING TO THE AVERAGE
ro "RiuPySS .EE AND ELDERLY MEN,
tor big men and itti f Mr? ai ptj
Tup I AftO 7u m,U "bt mU'' rWilS Trv
IrAADHAT,LL BE MEN SOMEDAY. WE
HAVE A GREATER R Atsr.r r ruirv tuam
m? ANYWHERE OUTJIDE OF THE
wiUN-ii i OiUfvC.0.
Msns Suits $7.50 to 30
Young Men's Suits 5. to 25.
Boys Suits 1.7 in
FLANNEL SHIRTS am s.v at e tup
MM crTArCcKlTNwWooLENMILL MAKE. IM-
MENjE A.V?nR TMVMT nPPAi i a.t i.niirrD
cwr11- CARDIQAN JACKET-5, COAT
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