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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MAY 1, 1908
WHEN YOUR MONEY
BRINGS THE MOST
,We are offering special bargains just now on all lines of SPRING CLOTHING,
UNDER WARE and SHOES. U It will therefore pay you to call at our store if
you want anything in this line. We're also .riving a specisll discount on Raincoats
Ask to see our bargain counter, closing one line of men's shoes at 33 discount.
Fine line of Tailoring in charge of J. A. Larson .
YOU CAN ALSO BUY OUR
GRAIN AND HAY AT OUR
We will from this time on buy
Poultry and pay the highest
market price in cash
WHEN YOU EAT
You of course will anticipate the best there is,
and we are prepared to supply vou with evervtliinff
in this line, and at the same time .save you money on your bill of goods, jln fact,
, We Carry tho Largest Stock of Groceries in Grants Pass
1 1 SOUTHERN OREGON SUPPLY CO.
GRANTS PASS .OPERA HOUSE
THE MARGARET ILES CO.
In a Repertoire of Comedies and Dramas
PKICES 25c, 36c, 50c, 75c. LADIES FREE on
opening night when accompanied by
, a paid ticket.
Post Card Albums
Model Drug' Store
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
Because it's clean.
Because it's econom
ical. Because it saves
Because it gives best
Because its flame
can be regulated
Because it will not overheat your kitchen.
Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is the perfected oil stove.
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's,
' or write our nearest agency.
Made in three sizes and fully warranted.
The l-vw-S r nvvyr cannot be equaled
steady light, simple eonttruction
and absolute safety. Equipped
with latest lmprored burner. Made of brass throughout
and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room,
whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every
lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Caroline Sexton to A T Martin,
southeast quarter southeast quarter,'
section ;28 and northwest quarter
northeast quarter, section 83, town
ship 84 south, range 8 west, $3300.
Ira M and Wo Bunch to Ernest
Lough ridge, west half, southeast
qoarter, section 19, also 132 acres with
water right all in section IS, town
ship 87 sooth, range 6 west, $3500.
Mary M and J E Haifto J L Myers,
8 aires in section 8, township 88
south, range 5 west, 11000.
Alice J and W J Rogers to Roy S
Wislon, lot 21, block 43, Grants Pass,
Iaaao Custer et as to Andrew
Gigler, parcel of land in J Bourne
Jr's first add to Grants Pass, f 1200.
O A Trtfethen to Christiana Tre
fethen,' northeast quarter, esst half
norhtwett quarter, section 7, town
ship 40 south, range 7 west, 11700.
W F. Hogue et nz to B F Hogue,
block IS, town of Napoleon, com
monly called Ketby, in township 89
sooth, range 8 west, 1300.
Clai bourne W Triplet to A T Mar
tin, north bait southeast qoarter and
southwest qoarter southeast quarter,
section 28, township 84 south range
L B Hull et uz to C C Presley, par
eel of laud off north side of lot 7,
block D, J Bourne Jr's add, $1200.
J C Dotson et uz to Jaa H Colby,
soutliewst quarter nortlieatt quarter,
southwest qoarter, section 8, town
ship 36 soutn, range 6 went, $3000
E E Redfield et uz to Margaret E
Gehrett, lots 4 aud 6, block 4, Grants
F G Isham et uz to D McFarland,
l)i acres in section 17, towuthip 3(1
south, range 8 west, $273.
Perry MoCumsey-to CC Hall wst
half northeast quartrr, northe&t
qortt r section 31, township 86, south
range 6 west, $1200.
Edward Darley et nz to Mrs E
Sheperd et al, 85 acres "and lot 6 sec
tion 83. township 88 south, range
8 west and northest qnarterof north
west quarter, section 4, townthip 81)
south, nnKe 8 west, $2100.
Jaa II Colby et uz to Edward D
Duncan et al, northwest qoarter,
south h If northeast qnatter, south
west qnartir, section 8, township 30
sooth, range 8 west, $1200.
Eliza Caldwell to G Peunell 25
acres in section 16 township 36 tooth,
range 6 west, also lot 2, section 21,
township 38 sooth, rage 6 west, $38flfl.
J H Williams et oz et al to O C
Roberts, lots 9 ad 10, block 6, Grants
O C R R Co, to W H Rutherford,
soot beat-1 quarter, southeast quarter,
sectiop 85, township 33 south, range 7
Ruth M and Clande Q Wright a
bond for deed to Isaac Wright, north
east quarter, northeast qcarter.feec
tion 85, al-o southeast qnrter north
east quarter, wcticn 8S, townshii34
south, range 6 west, $1100.
(Ctlet-tine 8 ; Hobbs.C.to Talitlia 8
Hobl.s. lot 4 block 13, Lincoln Park
add .and otber. percels of land in
i Graiits.Pass, $1.
Inez P Bower, warranty to L M
Davis, east half, northwest quarter
and east half, soohtwest quarter, sec
tion 6, township 36 sonth, range 6
C E Ryes man, wairanty, to John G
Rcykuisn, lots 2 and. 8, block 8,
Grauts Pass. $1500.
Maggie E and S TJ Mitchell war
ranty to Minnie Patton, three acres
of land in northwest quarter, north
east quarter and in lot 2, section 17,
towoshlp 86 south, range 5 W, $100.
Lnoluda A Kinney to 'Anna E
Shank, lots 11 and 13, block 8, Grants
Oris Sutton et nz to J R Yetter,
south wst quarter, southwest quarter,
section 20, 'township 86 south, rauge
6 vest $1. '
O O Hall rt nz to John 1 Borchers,
west half, northeast quarter, section
84, township 38, south, range 6 west,
Dora J Reges to Frank Thomas,
sonih half southeast quarter, section
7, township 85, sonth, range 8 west,
Joseph B .Soott to Frank Thomas,
northeast quarter northeast quarter,
section 18, township 35 sonth, range 6
west, qnarter, section 18. township
35 sooth, ranne 6 west, $300.
Eoima G and David W Daniels to
Win T Perry, southwest quarter,
southwest qoarter, section 20, township
87 south, range 0 west, $400.
Alice J aud W J Rogers to Mary
L Jordan, southwest quarter, sooth
west quarter, seotion 23 and northwest
quarter northwest quarter, and south
half northwest qnarter and north
half sooth west quarter, section 6, and
northeast quarter section 7, all In
township 83, sonth, range 0 west, $1.
Mary L Jordan to Fraok and Roy
Jordan southwest qoarter, southwest
quarter, section 28, and the northwest
nest qoarter northwest quarter, the
sonth half northwest quarter and
north half southwest qanarter, seotion
6 and northwest qnarter northeast
qaurtvr, section 27 all in township 8a
south, range 8 west, $3000.
Joseph Moss et nz to Freddie Teal, j
lnt 9. hlni-V ML Oranta Put Si DO
J R Mnrry st nz' to C H French,
northwest qoarter southwest qoarter,
seotion 29, township 86 2ootU. range
6 west, loss five acres, $1600.
Jos Shsska et nz to E D Duncau
lots 4, 6 and 6, block 6, Grants Pass,
Margaret Lovelace to Clareooe
Lovelaoe, north west qnarter southwest
quarter seotion 11, township 89 sonth,
rang' 5 west, $600.
' Albert Lovelaoe et nz to Clareooe
Love'acu south half west half, south
west quarter seotion 11, township 89
sooth, range 8 west, $400.
Oscar C and Grace E Bunch to M
N Loughrldge, 01 acres In sections 19
and 20, township 87 sooth, range 6
west, $37 0
M N and S Longhridge to O O and
E Bunoli, lots 8 and 4. block 5 In
Railroad add, Grants Pass, $700.
M N and 8 Loughrldge to O O and
Grace E Bunch, all of lota 1, 3, 8 aud
4. block' 81 in Railroad add to Groats
Harry C Stoddard et oz dedication
to the pnbilo for street and road pur
poses, strip of land 20 feet wide across
the south side of Irts 6 and 6 in seo
tion 14, township 36 south, range 6
Joseph Mr era. Quit claim ' to J W
Moore, lot 4, block 5, Grants Pass, $1.
J W Moore, Quit claim, to Louise
M Shaska, lot 4, block 6, Grants Pass,
J L Myers et nz Quit claim to city
pf Grants Pans, parcel of land for
street purposes in section 8, township
36, south, range 6 west, $1.
J L ScOTille et uz, Qnit claim to
city GranU Pass, In section 8, town
ship 36 south, range 0 went. $1.
E W Abraham, et al, warranty, to
Martin Kallin lot 1 In northeast
qoartr northest quarter section 23
township 36 south range 6 w.st.
Henry L Reed et oz to Joseph
Clmstman et nz, northwest qnarter,
northwest qnarter and the west half
northeast qnarter of the northwost
qoarter section 20, township 87 sonth,
range 5, $2100.
Clarence Lovelace et oz to Aialaiuo
Morrison, west half southwest qnarter,
section, 11 township 89 sooth, range 5
west, together with water right,
Jacob Strut's, Jr., et uz to Christo
pher C English, lots 8 and 4, block 68,
Grants Pass, $1525.
School J District No. 7 .to Rogue
River Water Co, warranty lot 1 In
black A in H 13 Miller and .Go's new
add Grants Pass,t20
7. Josephine county Taz Deed, to F 8
Dukes, parcel of land ;in section 17,
Jcaei h McFadden, warranty, to
Mrs C 8 Hobbs, puaniian, south half
lnis 5 and 6, block 6, Gratis Peat,
Ira Hayes, qoit claim to Jas W
Uiliuore, tiercel of land in tiwushin 39
sooth, range 4 west and water right,
! Sarah A Scofleld, warrauty, to Julia
iCWood, south west quarter nf the
.southwest .quarter, section 8'!, town
jship 30 sooth, rargH 6 wist, $10
G A Cobb et oz. warranty, to
Hhoda E Martindale, lots 1 and 'in
H B Miller A Co s add, GranU Pass.
Rhoda E Matindale, warranty, to
Edward Jackson, lota 1 and 2, ezoept
8 foot atrip on west side of lot 2. H
B Miller 4 Co's
Edward D Doncan et nx et al to T
J Cook, sooth west quarter section 82,
township 85 south, range 5 west,
H B Miller et nz to R W Clark all
of section 85 and sonth half of the
south half section 36 and east half of
the northeast quarter and the north
east quarter ol the sout' east quarter,
seotion 84 all in township 35 south.
range 6 west, $1.
J H . Williams el nz et al.toMrs
Emma Daniels, lot 5 in block A in
H B Miller's second add to Grants
Linger longer over it let
it be steaming hot from
the earthen pot; and the
loveliest woman pour it
Yer sTscar rataras rear ssaaav U seat
Ilk Sckilliac's Boat; w pair aiak
Beware-of Frequent Colds. '
A succession of colds or a protracted eolr
Is utmost certain to end in chronic catarrh,
iroin which few persons ever wholly recover
-.Jive every cold the attention itdcaervesaiir
on may avoid this disagreeable diwaxe
Jow can you cure a coldT Why not In
' hamberlain'a Cough Remedy? It is MpM
wommended. Mrs. M. White, of Mullet
funn..Kava: "Several veara aim I wnnlmilwi
3d with my throat anil lungs. Someone til.
ne ol ( hamherlain s lough lteniedy. I I c
run using it and it relieved me atonce. Km
,ny thmat and lungs are sound and well.'
'"or sale hy M. Clemens.
Grange to Holcf Open Session.
To afford the public an opportunity
to learn what are the purposes of
the Grange and to inorease the num
ber of new members that are being
received by Dluiiok Grange that
Grange will hold an open seesion on
Saturday afternoon, May 9. Tho ex
ercises will begin at I o 'clock and a
highly Interesting and inatroctlve
program for the occasion la being pro
pared nnder the direction of a special
committee composed of Mrs. H. M.
Parbham, Mrs. M. Morrison, Mrs. H.
B. Alversou, Mrs. T. ' J. Cook and
Miss Lawton. The program will em
brace short addresses by a number of
persons and reoitationa and musical
selections. At the cloe of the liter
ary ezerolses a luuoh will be served to
all present by the ladles.
All who are Interest el in the rais
ing of the standard of the farms aod
of the farmers are cordially Invited to
attend this meeting, which will be
held in the Diinmiok school honse
miles west of Grants Piss.
REY. AND MRS. BECKMAN
GIVEN HEARTY RECEPTION
The following news item which
appeared in the El Paso, Texas, Even in
i NW nf last Ratnivlaw mill Iwi .
add, Gruata Pass,-': . ' t.V , . ,
w uisv imsiuj it ivUUB W A V, lUQ
Mrs. Beck man, wha formerly resided
in Grauts Pass, and where Rev. Beck
man was pastor of the M. E. Choich :
Ret. O, O. Beck man, the new pas
tor.of ihe First Methodist Episcopal
choroh of this oity, and Mrs. Beckman
were tendered a reception ;at the
church on Myrtle avenue by the mem
ers aud friends of the church last
night There was a large attendance'
and a pleasant time was had by all
Besides an address of welcome' to
the new pastor by Dr. O. O. Iryin and
a pleasing response by the Rev. Mr.
Beckman, the folio wing moiscal
prow ram was rendered:
Piano solo, Miss Ilallle Irvln.
Mesno solo, Mrs. W. W. Fink.
Piano solo, Miss Delia Kelfer.
Baritone solo, Dr. E. H. Irviu.
Violin solo, Miss Clara Fluk, ao
oompaoied by Miss Laura Maud Fink.
Soprano solo, Mrs. E. H. Irviu.
The church was tastefully decorated
with ont flowers and palms. Doting
the social hour following the program
light refreshments were served by tho
The Rev. Mr. Beckman has been
working in his present charge only m
few weeks, yet has already won a
warm place in the hearts of his con
gregation and all El Paso people who
have met him or heard him preach.
In announcing last Sunday the recep-
tion to him whioh was held last night,
a member of the church said that it
was not customary to hold such an
affair so soon after the , coming of st
new pastor, but that the Rev. Mr.
Beckman had already mads a favorable
impression npon his church people
and that they were anxious to show
him their appreciation of his splendid
start in the woik with them.
Sunday was Easter and the weather
was especially favorable for the dis
play of Easter bonnets, and Indeed
there were quits a number in evidence)
at the morning servioes at the various
churches even the "Merry Widow"
was oonaploooos aad if there's any
thing In a name this feminine lid
should become Immensely popular.
And In this oonneotion the Courier
trusts thai it may not be Impertinent
to note the fact that .the population
of Grants Pass inolodes a great ana-
ber of unusually handsome and tastily
dressed women. This fact Is fre
quently ootnmented on by the east
Good Cough Medicine for Children
The season for coughs and colds Is now at
hand and too much care cannot be used to
protect the children. A child is much more
likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever
when he has a cold. The quicker you cure
his cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of many
mothers, and few of those who have tried it
are willing to use any other. Mrs. F. F.
.Sturdier, of Kipley, W. Vs., says: " I have
never used anvlhing other than Chamber
lain's Cough lemely for my children and
it has always given good satisfaction." This
remedy contains no opium or other narmlic
and mar he given as confidently to achihl at
to an adult. Sold hy M. Clemens.
As has been the oaetora for several
years past the Railroads leading to
the coast have agreed on a ooloni at
ratt, a little higher than in years
past, but still a very attractive rate,
and it onght to save the effect of
bringing a large number of immi
grants to Oregon' this spring. The
rate Is effective from March 1st to
April 80th and Is substantially as fol
lows: from Chicago $i8; from Mis
souri rivir common points, Council
Bluffs to Kansas City" inclusive, St.
Panl, Minneapolis, ; Denver, etc., $80;
St Louis, L$35.S0. Usual stopover
privflegis will, be given on these
ticket. 1-24 tf .
Where the finest biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, cruSts
or puddings are required
Tpyal is indispensable.
Absolutely f tire
Not only for rich or fine food
or for special times or service.
Royal is equally valuable in the
preparation of plain, substantial,
every-day foods, for all occa-
sions. ft makes the food more
tasly, nutritious and wholesome.
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