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ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, FEBRUARY 21. 1908
Golden Gate Coffee
SOLD ON MERIT
J. A. FOLGER & CO.
Grants Pass Poultry
8. 0. WHITE LEGHORNS: Geo. P. Cramer. First prize at re
cent Poultry Show on cock. Oook (cored 83 points" and pallet aer
aged 98 Eggs, 15 for $1. On cockerel for (1.50.
S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS: Mrs. H. M. Parham. Weit Main
street at Citr limit. Firit premium at Pool try Show, winning
on highest scoring oock with 93 points and highest scoring pallet
with U points. Cockerel with 92Jtf points and pollute one with
93 and other 93. Eggs guaranteed of best laying strain, 15 for
tl. Premiums oock for tale.
BUFF ORPINGTONS: O. E. Palmer, box 490. Grants Pass.
The largest of the cltan-legped rarieties and one of the beat layers
aud chicks the hardiest. At reoeat Poultry Show I got first and
second premiums on cockerels and first, second and third on pallets.
Eggs for sale.
S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS: Theo. P. Cramer, with Cramer
Bros., or at residence Fourth and A streets. The pun exhibited
took one first and one second prize. Good laying strain. Eggs for
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS R. L Newman, North Sixth
street, one mile beyond City limits. R. F. D. .No. 1. At recent
Poultry Show pen won first premium and oock first price and ben
third. Eggs now ready for hatching. 15 for $1.60. A few pallet
for sale at $1 each.
BLACK LANGSHANS Jacob Meier, law street. Wo first
premiac? at recent Poultry Show. A few cockerel and pallet for
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROOKS : Three Cedar Poultry Yard.
John Summers, Prep., Northh Sixth St. My chickens are thor
oaghhred and are money anera especially bred for good layer.
Eg for ale. Older now taken for one day old chicks for future
delirery. Order early.
STOP THAT COUGH!
- By Using
Our cold and grip cure. There' nothing
better. It does the work every time.
Don't delay, but come and get the rem
edy today and save yourself a possible
The Model Dru$ Store
This is the only school in the Northwest which
prepares young men and young women for
We have ceased trying to fill all positions which are brought to
our attention. Only the best are selected and for the best we
musi nave inc ucsi yuuiig jupic.
Write us today and ask us aboutlthis Private secretary bourse
Holmes Business voiiege
1 BUY, SEL, L or EXCHANGE
Household Goods and 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.
fO-SACKS, COPPER, RUBBER and METAL WANTED
M. E. MOCRE
in every tin of
NEW and SECOND HAND
- GOODS .'
: D0INQS AT THE
T Items of Interest to the Taxpayer of Josephine County
From the Various County
Cupid ie on a Strike.
Evidently there is lull in the
matrimonii! market At least County
Clerk Cheshire, the obliging official
who is yer ready to fill rrdcri for
Don Cupid is finding that there are no
requests for the important document,
these days. It has been a long time
since there has been such a quiet
spell of this kind. He thinks that
possibly the financial flurry may have
something to do with it. Tbsre has
not been a single license iisued for
the past two weeks.
Voter Still Registering-.
Interest in the approaching pri
maries seem to be somewhat on the
increase and voters of all parties are
finding their way into the office of
the county clfrk, where they are hav
ing their names entered in the regis
tnr. The Oonrlei- reoorter took a
glanoe over the books, with a view
to aicertaining how the voters were
entering their party affiliations, with
the result that he found the republi
cans lining up in fine shape. For the
flmt Mven weeks' retiitration there
were 228 republican. 64 democrats,
22 socialists. 15 non-partisans and six
Proprrtv Changing Hands
Real estate transfers have been
placed on record the past week as
Harvey Moore, et a!., lo Alex C
Brown, lot 6. block 1, Central Add to
Grants Pass, $700.
Alfred Bartlett et m to Fred G and
Clara L Mclntjre, lot 8, block J or
Grants Pass. $50.
Edgar J Helms et ax lo D U Hefley,
120 acres in seo J, tp 63 , r 6 11000.
H B Miller et al to J B- Donnelly,
483.14 acre in seo 4, tp 86 , r 6. f 1.
Ca.-ollue Simpkin to Ben D Simp-
kin, part seo 8, tp 35 s, r 6, $10.
Joseph Pollock to Anna H uougias,
lot ..block B, J Bourne 't orst aua to
Grants Pass, $375.
U O Guild to J G Rig. l0aores
in sso 33. tp.85 , r , $1
Minnls Caldwell et al to.W C Long,
2 acres in seo 18. Ip 86s, r 6, l00.
Emma Moore et mar to wnis
Eallio, part lot 4, block L, J Bourns'
add to Grant Pass. $400.
Harvey O Murray to O W MoCall-
ister, one-half interest in 8 acres in
seo 25, tp 6 s, r 7, $46.
Peter P Payne et al as exeontor of
the will of James Lyttle, deoeasca,
to George Elder part seo 14, tp 40 I,
r 8. $400.
Win A Ourrie et ux to Edwin T
Spafford, one-third interest in 492.4
acres, In seo'l, tp 85 S, r R, $1.
Oregoa State Land Board to Wm A
Currie, all of above property, $616.56
Wm A Currie at ux to E J Lander
& Co, one-third interest in .above
Geo H Nichols et nx to O M Cole
man, lota 7 and 8. block 8, O T S of
Grants Pass. if400.
ChristoDber C English et ux to
Charles Poster, 55.45 acrss in seo 19,
tp 36 s, r 5 $1350.
R A Lindsay et nx to Bsnj.F Bull
Jr, part seo 18, tp 7 s, r 6, $1.
J R Kreer et ux to H W Warring
ton, 100 acres in at 8. tp 7, s, r 6.
Teachers Try for Certificates
Lait week Connty Superintendent
Suvage conducted the examination of
Jesephine con lit y teachers who tried
for the vsrioss certificates. The fol
lowing applicants attempted to run
First Grade Ruth Scoville and
Second Grade Eva Thompioa and
Third Grase Margartt Ougisr and
Four aspirants wrote on the state
pacoi. as follows: Mrs Alice Bacon,
Miss Clara Terrill, Mies Rnth Pwin
ney and Mica Martina Theile. They
found the arrangement of the state
Board to not plsce any limit as to the
time for writing on the examination
for the firt aud second days, when
the work wat light, while the lart day j
all tue large amount oi won nan to ce
completed between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 4 p. m., was sot right, as it
worked a hardship on the applicants.
It was estimated that there were
at least three solid hours of writ
iug, alone on the last da.
The results' cf thene examinations
will not be announced until about
Friday, March 2.
Various Minor Matters
County Surveyor H. C. Perkins is
laid up with an attack of . the grip
and his good wife is also enjoy
ing ( r) the treat
T P Ju'lson is harrying work on the
tax rcll aud soou tliey will be extend
ed and will then be placed iu the
bauds of Sheriff Rcseell for collection.
COURT HOUSE !
Deputy Clerk E S Veatcn is again
on deck, .after having a hard tussle
witii La Grippe, iu which lie almost
came out second best. He looks some
what the worse for the enooonter.
Jodgrt Stephen Jewell tells the
the Courier reporter that new bids on
ti'e proposed Dig county bridge over
Rogue Rivt-r, here in the city, oou
tinue to oo.ue in right along, although
the bids will not be opened and psssed
upon until March 16, the date set by
the couuty conrt for taking action
upon this matter. '
Two inmates 'are aow "lodging at
Hotel de Ron 11, Messrs. Blaine Clark
who made away with an overcoat
whiob he raa across at the Laytoo
hotel and for which act be was bound
over to the circuit court by Justice
Helmao. Than Wm. Fehley, . the
morphine fiend who is being held
on the charge of having furnished
the dope that was 'thought to have
been the cause of the death of the
late Earl Dotson.
County Clsrk Cheshire' fees for
th muoth of Jannary amounted to
much more than for 'the month pre
vious, being $273.86 for January and
$220.95 for Deoember.
The various candidates for county
offices are bustling for signature to
their respective petitions, which will
enable them to have their Dame
placed on the ballot for the primary
election, and they find the voter
willing to oblige them one and all.
Beware of Frequent Colds.
A succession of colds or a protracted cold
is almost certain to end in chronic catarrh,
from which few persona ever wholly recover.
Give every cold the attention itdeaerveaand
you may avoid this disagreeable dittctir-e.
How can you cure a cold? Why not try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy T It ia highly
recommended. Mrs. M. White, of Butler.
Tenn.,saya: "Several yean ago I waa bother
ed with my throat ana lungs. Someone tolti
me oi Chamberlain s (Jough Kemedy. J le-
gan using it and it relieved me stone. Now
my throat and lungs are sound and well."
for sale by M. Clemens.
Proper Treatment Far Burns.
In case of burns-death may be due,
first, to asphyxia; second, to shock,
and, third, to aeptlcsemia.
The medical man seldom (eta to the
cms in time to treat the first condi
tion, th second 1 essentially a gen
eral condition, whHe the whole success
In preventing the third depends upon
the immediate local treatment It Is
therefore the laat condition which must
be considered here. Among the public
it is a generally accepted Idea that the
thing to do In the case of a burn is to
duet flour over It or to sorer It with
oil, and, Indeed, even In some compar
atively late text books on surgery a
mixture known as "Carron oil" I ad
vocated. The use of such application cannot
be too strongly deprecated, and, Indeed,
If the lay mind could be taught that
the best thing to put on a burn before
the doctor la called Is a hot compress,
which should contain some boraclc
acid If there ia any In the house. It Is
probable that the majority of deaths
due to septicaemia after burns would
For the whole aim and object of the
local treatment Is to preveut sepals.
Flour and olive oil may be soothing
and may allay the pain, but there Is
no antlHeptlc property lu them; rather
they are excellent culture media for
bacteria. Louden Hospital.
The only Baking Powder made
with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
made from granes
Insures healthful and
delicious food for
alum and phosphate of lime
Ballet shoes fit like a stocking. They
are of leather, with a thin leather sole
about an inch wide and with the un-
pers sewed so that they come under
the foot The ballet dancer wants no
robber heK Instep arch supports nor
any other of the foot supporting or
reforming devices which are common
ly used by ordinary mortals. The toe
dancer desires a hard box toe on her
ballet shoes, but the ordinary dancer
Reeks only shoes that will give perfect
freedom of movement of the Joints and
muscles of the foot It Is a rule of
good dnncers. a shoe man of experi
ence sny.i, to wear shoes that will al
low for space between the toes. It Is
a point of pood fit that all persons
should heed, he says. High heels are
put ou to Rtnire shoes for effect, not to
promote good dancing. Many stage
shoes are made with short fore parts
and high htnMs to make the feet look
Rmaller sml thp person taller. Boston
INVITE A TEST
Demaray Aaks Catarrh Sufferera
to try Hyomei on Hla Guarantee
Demaray invite all who suffer from
any form of catarrhal troubles to get
a Hyomei outfit from them with the
absolute guarantee that if it doe not
give perfect satisfaction, the money
ill be refunded upon request. '
There is no other treatment for
datarrh that in any way resembles
Hyomei, none that iilves such quick
coratlv result and laatiug satisfac
tion, no medicine that can tali its
place, none that can be sold on a
guarantee like this, to refund the
money'unlnss it cur .
Catarrh is a germ dlsesse and can
be oured only by breathing Hyomei,
so that the most remote air cells in
the nose, throat and lungs are'reaobed
by it antiseptic healing powers. In
this way all catarrhal germ are
killed, the irritated mucous mem
brane is healed and catarrh 1 driven
from th system. This wondsrful
medicated air treatment does not drug
and derange th stomach, bat is
breathed through a little pocket in
haler that gee with every dollar out
Th usual way In which Demaray
ell Hyomei attest hi oonfldeno In
the remedy. $-14 n
The way to buy tea is in
packages ; somebody is
responsible for it
Year (racer ntwae fear aar If yea deal
Kke IckUUas's Bate: we sav aiaw
Bow to Cairb Billboard Raiatme.
"Tax the billboards out of existence"
Is the slogan of the American Civic as
sociation, says Leslie' Weekly. Clin
ton Rogers Woodruff, the secretary of
the association, even goes so far as to
declare In favor of a boycott of all
firm who nse thst style of advertising
believing It the most effective method
yet proiKMed, and a Tacoma Improve
ment club has slready taken step to
secure such action on the part of Its
members. This Is a more drastic meas
ure of reform than that which merely
proposes s tax upon blllboarda, for Its
general adoption would result in rating
every one of then advertising eye
Fine commercial printing at the
First National Bank
Of Southern Oregon
GRANTS PASS. OREGON
Some of the Services that a
Bank Renders! the Public
The simplest and safest-
keeping your money is by deposit-
idk it in a Keiiabie Hank. This
Bank rtceives Deposits SuhTect tn
Check, or on Demanrl
of Deposit or on Time Certificates
oi jjeposits. On Time Deposits we
pay 4 per cent interest.
The Best and Cheapest way to
Transfer Money is by ' Bank Draft.
We sell Drafts payable in allpart
of the country.
One of the most important func
tions of the Bank. W wideavor
to supply all reasonable needr of
Capital sxnd Surp ua $75,000
L. 8. Hall. President
3. C. Campbell, Vlo-Preldent
H. L, Gilket, Caah'.ei
R, JC. HaCewtt, Asst. Cashier
Phon 633 rwi
BICYCLE AND ACnNESH0p""
Bontb 6th at. Grants Paa. Ore.
S. V. MOODY
Cor. H & 3d tts. Phone 434
1 Load Blocks $3.00
1 TierManzanita $2.75
1 Tier Oak $3.00
1 Tier Fir $2.50
1 Tier Pine $2.25
1 Tier Oak $2 75
1 Tier Fir $2.25
ITier Pine '. $2.00
1 Load Sawdust $1.00
1 Load Kindling $1.00
E. A. WADE
Dry Goods, Uuderwcur,
west of Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS. OREGON.
4 GKRANIS PASS
) Will furnish information of
Josephine J county free of
charge. Correspondence so
licited. L. B. Hall President
II. L. ANDUtws.. ..Secretary ft
V v w w w
Wood Working Shop.
iVest of flour mill, near R. R. track
Inrriin. Scroll Work. HtairWork, Bsnrt
BarinK.('ainet Work, Wol Pulley. Haw
KiIiiiksikI guiuuiinK. KepsmiiK allkinUa.
Tb old rallable Th Weekly