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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 111907.
COMMERCIAL CLUB HAS
Enthusiastic Turnout of Memb
ers l the Regular Monthly
Ad enthusitstio meeting of the
Grant Phis Commercial Olnb was
held in the club rooms, Tuesday even
ing, when in any natters of much im
portance were attended to.
When it canie to the election of of
ficers, Mr. Hall declined to run aain
for preideut, saying that he thought
the honor hould be patiHed around aud
so Mr. Kinney was nauied, hot that
-gentleman withdrew in Mr. Hall's
favor, claiming that Mr. Hall had
made a good official aud should be
retained. The election resulted as
Presidunt-L. B. Hall.
Treasurer W. W. Walker.
1st Vice-president Industrial Jos.
2d Vice President Municipal A.
8a Vico-presldent Agricultural-!?.
4th Vice president Improvements
Geo. H. Durham.
Ground rent advertisements. . 42 00
Sale of tickets 74 415
Salt of ribbon "badges 14 25
Sals of scrap lumber 6 25
State appropriaton 1200 00
County appropriation 500 00
Total $3603 45
Bills O. K'd by finance com 720 90
Premiums on exhibits 1209 95
' Total $1930 85
Dufnnu Cannot Be Cured
by lcx-al application as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to core deaf
ness1, and that is by constitutional
remedies. D.afness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have
rutnblinK sound or imperfect hearing,
auu wnen u is entirely closed, deaf
ness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever:
nine cases out of 10 are cauaed bv
Catarrh, which is nothing but an iu
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused hv
catarrh) that cannot be cured hv
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const i.
This week the cannery made quite
Vice president-Timber-M . J I a good sized shipment of canned good.
to the mining camps at Kennetc, Cal.
Cth Vice-president Mining Earl
7th Vice-president Irrigation
Judge Stepheu Jewell.
Much Interest was taken in the re
port made by Sorotary A. T. Marshall,
upon the Industrial Fair affairs. Is
was shown .'that there is a balance of
over fWW now in the hands of the
treaiurer, with but a few outstanding
bills to meet. The showing was very
favorably ooiumouted upon, many
speakers taking occasion to express his
great satisfaction over the results
of the undertaking.
Mr. Marshall's report was substan
tially as follows :
Groand rent oonuessinus $ 94 50
for men who toil
Copper Riveted Overalls
the kind that "WEARS"
ID C .
Health Is Wealth
And it is an undeniable fact that your GROCERIES
have much to do with the health you' enjoy. Our
siucK is ot tne best and largest assortment. We
ainve 10 nave on v
GOOD GOODS AT
KIGIIT PRICES v
And this accounts for our constantly increasing vol
ume of business. We realize that a pleased customer
is our best advertisement. If you are not trading
with us, we invite you to give us a trial.
J. Pardee, Sfte Grocer
m- n. "iisisssssss;
Household Goods aud my stock is quite complete.. .If you
have anything to sell or exchange come and see me, or if
you need anything in my line see my goods and get prices.
fW-SACKS. COPPER, RUBBER and METAL WANTED
M. E. MOCRE,
NEW and SECOND HAND
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I NEW 1T0PE 1
Miss Nettie Crooks of Dryden, Mr.
nd Mrs. Fred Rader and Mr. and
Mrs. Oeo. D. Walter of this place
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
S. Wjnant Sunday.
I Several of our yoong folks attended
the dance at Murphy last Thursday
night and all report an enjoyable tima
O. C. Wynant was at Provolt last
Thursday after a load of lumber and
it is reported that he is going to
build a new house with it. We won
der what that means?
Mr. and Mrs. Adams and son of
Grauts Pais, who own one of the fine
farms in this vicinity, visited at this
"Old Glory" was nnfurled to the
breeze on our school house last Satur
day. Oar school is progressing nicely
with Miss Nettie Crooks of Dryden,
Geo. Walter and Victor Dauiels
were at the Pass Saturday on busi
Oh, yes, and we are beginning to
think about that telephone.
J. D. Wimer passed through our
burg last Saturday.
The Murphy Ditch Company have
taken out their dam and are urenar-
ing for the winter rains. Better a
little early than too late.
Our farmers all say that it is too
late to cut hay as they have all of
theirs in the barns and all report a
Wanted "A chicken lice etzermi
nator by Louis Mitchell and Elmer
Gilmore of Murphy must give di
rections for using same.
I WILDE RVIL LE
(Crowded out last week. )
A few of the neighbors and vonmr
people met at the home of Mr. and
Mr. R. M. Robinson recently' for an
I Mrs. rJ.D. Jones has returned from
her visit at San Francisco. Mrs
Stone came Dome with her to speui
.Emma Hocking has crminenced
term of school on Jerome prairie.
Elba Woodard is on the sick list the
past few days.
Charles Casey took the evening
! traio Tuesday of this week fur
! Klamath Falls.
Minnie Neathauimer and Maud
Humptou were on the sick list a few
Some few neighbors are complain
ing of ague.
Ray Stevens is home again after
several months work near Crescent
Charles Llpp and family have
moved iuto a new home built near
(he Slate Creek bridge.
We hear that Mr. Creed and child
ren and Mr. Lowden aud children
have gt back among us again oue
winter in Canada was enoiiih for
I Leo and bngene Suras, who had
been working a short time near Gleu
dale, have returned.
Mrs. Close moved iuto the house
that Mr. Lipp'e family vacated.
We had a fine rain that has settled
the dust so these poor lnmlier haul
Ing horses cau get their breath once
Askjonr Grocer for (hose Patent Screw Top Cans f
r-" rr-M a KTr-C A 1 PrAH 1. iL I 1 1 .!
say mVUL.AlNL' O tSK a UWUU cook, iuc mu ui uuung
powder to use and she will say CLEVELAND'S.
Jt is the baking powder of 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.
For ".Sale sbyall Leading Grocers on the Pacific Coast
FENCE YOUR FARM
Write to us for Catalogue and Prices
Hair -Riddle How. co.
"Uuole Josh Perkins." the biu mm
play, which is coming JoJjrnts Phs
uu uraiiHT is is replete with Hiuiles
aud thrills aud is declared oue of the
most life like dramatic offerings seen
hern in a hmg time, true to all the
s cue it attempts to depict aud with
vivid type of chraoters lire like and
natural in presentation. "Uncle Josh"
is voted a big success wherever seen
The four acta are equallv divided be
tween Now York Oitv and Vermont
tne play eeuteriug about the -tTorts of
a sharp New York attornev to marry
Kdith i. Marston, au heiress for her
money. How his plot is foiled byl'n
cle Josh" and the happy termination
make a seeable. play, which will doubt
less attract a Ian .,,,1. ... ....
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opera home. Splendid specialties will
be presented during the various acts
of the drama
Neat & Nice
Is the gentleman who has his
linen well laundried. That's
the only kind we do. A trial
will convince you. Call up
phone 373 and we'll do the
Peil's Elite Xaaadry
STOVALL & COWDREV, Mgrs.
2 Herbert O. Eastman, who was
elected principal of our school, has
resigned to accept a position in the
Ashland postofflcs. The vacancy was
filled by H. O. Anderson, who oomes
Rev. Loughrldge, of Orants Pas",
favored us with a Temperance leo-
ture last Knnduv ATAnino nhlnh
greatly enjoved and appreciated by all
who heard it. At it close, the rever
end gentleman was eiven a heartv
vote of thanka And va linn, u..
him again in the near future
W. G. Breeding received tidings
last week of the death, by accident
his son-in-law, Claud Harkneti
Liberty, Wash. The deceased lei
many friends, besides a. wife i
small child, to mourn their loss
.R,eT- J- V. Milligan and IU
Hicks, both of whom are Presorted
Sabbath School misainn.ria. i.u
'"I.. ' U, UDIU
meeting here Thunday evening, wbi
wns weu auenaeo ana very inlets
ing. Our Sabbath school is io
fairly prosperous condition and n
since vacation is over and tbe 1
weather past, we hope to see its m
That The well dressed
PERSON IS THE ONE WHO HAS
APPRjOPRIATE ATTIRE FBP.
EVERY OC&SSlON.-mz B55T
MORE. IS WHERE THEY SELL
CLOTHES TbR. everYoccasich
A PERSON FEELS Tool I5U JN
THE UROMG GARMENTS GOTO
I HE ilORClOU CVVVTRWr
H()() 1) VI L LE
is the guest of Mr.
The crew which had charge cf the
engin which civme so ner riiuuTnT
over the bevy of school teaciheTJ"
who were on thir wav for a A7
outing at Uells Gate, have informal
the Courier that they were not iu tl "
least to blame for the cloe cal I wh l,-h'
f ' h istle.
iub party Had. They
the bell and tooted th
all to" no
the. driver was to iWi,L t
flog around, when heain
purpose, fhey Hnk tht
CJoe nuartersT iiilier
aud 'walk when th-v chhh '
lufjher.Mt.1, knowing.:,,., theT'drt
that the nuiJ i n
trark and tlmt there i
aud Mrs. Hair.
Mrs. Randall returned Saturday
from a visit wth her dauchter. Mrs.
Geo. Wright of Ceutral Point.
Mr. aud Mrs. Sams spent Sundav in
Ashland, where their son. Will, is
attending the normal.
G. W. Wilcox fell from the datform
at the lumber yard Saturday eveniug
nd broke his arm below the elhow
Dr. Morris set it and he is getting
Dr. D. C. Morris, who formerly
practiced medicine iu this vicinitv i
here renewln? old
.Mny of his friends hone that
will decide to locate here again, ai
good physician is a desirable person
age to have near by.
Rev. J. E. Day weut to Portlanl
Monday to attend the meeting of the
Synod aud will 'be absent 'over Snn.
day. He was accotnoanied hv hi.
wife and her mother, Mrs. KoeelauT"
who ha been here on a vimt nf
eral weeks' duration. ,
J- H. Whipple. C. E. Sm n,i
others ho have orchards, are bnsy
picking applesnd late neachei. Mr
Whipple has some very fine Baldwin
apples and Mr. Sam reportrhTT
Newton Pippins to ba larger andTbeT
ter than ever.
Rev. B. W. Reynolds will ocenpv
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AOt Aati 1
iM.i2 S- 60 70 A PARTY AND TAND
t t m r im run tn ' AND -SPEND MOJT OF THE
l!tE iN JS! DR-EJ JING ROOM OR .STAND IN
rnNBrl BECAUJE YOU WERE NOT
lS$Hi f"Jhr? ,r WoLD HAVE BEEN LOTS
:J'J.iT. rou "Ai; oTAYED AT HOME BE-
?)tiryV GO TO A PARTY AND ARE
??J yj9.?W MMT YOU WONT HAVE A
pop roN;.J:LEASi;R-E WORTH LIVING
J6?T PLEASURE DREJJ UP. IT
willlooi YOV THI-5MUCH ToDREJ-5 UP.
$,L- ?R 2-50. A fiOOD JUIT
rSo 5. OR J 6. ABETTER JUIT
FOR 20. To 25. THE BET PoJJIBLE JUIT
TOR $loA GOOD OVERCOAT
top irVS0K 1 5 A BETTER OVERCOAT
rZ-r0K -25 THE &EJT POJJIBLE OVER
COAT M?LETE LINE OT FALL AND WINTER. UN-
5KWcF.XLANNEL JHIRTJ, JERJEY5
NiVt-ft An fi LATEoT JTYLEi IN CAPJ
wJ pi? ruY.5. A J WELL AJ THE BIG ONEJ
"w.n i it tjvi
in travehuthat thomujjh f areT
next undayforeuoon in th .1
of onr pastor, and a "delegation T?
the Salvation Army will hold tTrTues
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