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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON, JUNE 19, 1908.
Quality the best, and I ex
pect to have plenty to sup
pU your demands, both
early and late.
Fresh Vegetables Daily
Fauci Creamery Butter
Front Street, Grant Pau, Oregon
F. A. Cluiiii'tiU has put up tbe
name ot hi farm Oakdale, ou one of
the large oak trees in front of Ml
gats. Mr. Clements baa a fine thrifty
looking place and the name chosen
ia very appropriate.
Step ladders for fruit picking at
The Kroitdale Telephone Co.,ii hard
at work. The poles are up and the
wire ia nearly all stretched. The
work of Installing will Boon be com
pleted and the conoeotiona wade.
Then thing will wove livelier than
ever in trultdale
Lass Sunday after Sunday aohool,
Brother Hollingsworth of the Urauia
Pasa Christian church preached for oa.
Hia subject wa "Obriat la All,"
nd bia setmoa waa very helpful and
Weil worth bearing.
Closing Oat our stock of Top and
Open Baggies, regardleaa of ooat.
Hair-Riddle Hdw. Co.
The annual school meeting was held
at the school bouse last Monday even
ing. O. A. Hamilton waa elected di
rector for a term of three year and
W. II. Elncald for a term of one year
to fill the vacancy caused by Geo.
Witters moving away. Robert Hack
wa reelected for district clerk.
If your land need irrigation, lei
Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co. show you
iiow you can irrigate it.
It was decided to wake a few iui
proveuienta on the school bouse to
wake the rooui wore comfortable for
the coming year. A motion was
suado and carried to have nine months
aohool tills nut year. School will
close on Friday, June 10. Mr.
Bwaokcr is an excellent teacher and
the pnpila have in ail o fine progress
daring tbe pant year. We hope to
bave Mrs. Swacker back agriu urxl
Corn Cotllvators the kiud that
works both sides of the row at oueu
All are anticipating having a very
pleasant and profitable time at ttie
orchard meet lug to be held ou Satur
day afteruoou, June 'JO at Riverside
Fruit Farm, belonging to U. A. Ham
ilton and at Kleinlro Fruit Farm, be
longing to Prof. It. K. Turner. A
large crowd is expected.
Mrs. M. K. Nturtovaut of (Irautit
Pass is visiting her two daughters
here in Krultdnle this week. Mr.
Hturtevant has goue to Illinois on
We make a specialty of FriendHhip.
Engagement and Wedding Kiuga at
ft- 1ft 4t.
CASE AFTER CASE
Plenty More Llk This In Grants
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late iit upeti n . ia
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merit i ii'i 1m I ill tliHii s i .
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state that they have helped we greatly.
For some time I have been suffering
from symptoius of kidney trouble,
such as an irregular action of the
kidney scrtious and pains through
the small of my hack. The many re
medies tried failed to give we the
least relief until I procured Doau's
Kideuy Pills at Clemens' drug store.
The pains aud aches left me, the Kid
ney action waa made normal aud wy
health greatly benefitted. I gladly
recommend a remedy containing such
rood qualities as Doau's Kidney
Pills. For sale by all Dealer.
Price 60 oeuta. Foster-Milbtirn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, 'sole agent for
the United .States. Remember the
name Doan'e aod take'no other.
THUMB NAIL SKETCHES
OF THE CANDIDATES
Following are brief sketches of some
of the republican candidates as taken
from Suuday'a Portland Journal
which will be of general interest at
this time :
Wllll&m Howard Taft.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Septem
ber 16, 1 807- Oradnated frDm Yale
in 1878, and from tne Cincinnati Col
lege of law in ISbO. Appointed as
sistant prosecuting attorney of Hamil
ton county, Ohio, in 1880. Appointed
judge of the superior court of Cincin
nati in 1887. Appointed solicitor
general of the United States in 18U0
Appointed United States Judge for
the Sixth judicial circuit in 1892.
Appointed firkt civil governor of tbe
Philippines under American role in
1001. Succeeded Elilm Hoot as secre
tary of war lu 1904;
Chewrlet Evans Hughes."
Horn in Glenn Falls, N Y.,
April 11, 1862. Graduated from
Brown university iu 1H81 and from
Columbia Law school in 1881. Prac
ticed law in New York City from 1884
to 1891 and from 1893 to 1900. Pro
fessor of law and special lecturer at
Cornell university from 1891 to 1895.
Countel for the Armstrong Insurance
committee in 1900 aud 1906. Special
asaistant to Uuited State Attorney
Geueral in coal investigation of 1906.
Declined Republican nomination for
mayor of New York City in 1905.
Nominated for governor by tbe repub
licans lu 190(1 aud elected.
Charles Wevrren Fe.lrba.nks.
Born in Union oouaty, Ohio, May
11, 1852. Gradnated from Ohio
Wesleyan oniversity in 1872. Admit
ted to the bar aud begau the practice
of law in Indlauapolia in 1874. He
publican caucus nominee for United
Slates senator in 1893, hot defeated
Temporary chairman of the Hepulli
can national convention at St. Loais
in 1896. Member of the British
American Joint High oommisaion in
1898. Elected United Status aenator
from Indiana in 1897, aud re-elected in
1903. Elected vice-president of tbe
United States in 1904.
Robert Marlon Lav Follette.
Born in Primrose, Wis., June 14,
185S. Graduated from University of
Wisconsin in 1879 and admitted to bar
in 1880. District attorney of Dane
oouoty from 1884. Representative of
tbe Third oougresnioual distarict ef
Wisconsin from 1885-91. Elected
governor of Wisconsin iu 1901 aud
twice re-elected. Led movement for
nomination ot all candidates by direct
vote. Secured a law for tbe state
control of railroad rales withiu its
borders. Elected United States sena
tor, January 2S, 1905.
Joseph G. Cannon.
Horn at Guilford, N. C, May 7,
18.Mil, of (Quaker parentage. Reared on
a farm iu Uliuui aud educated iu
the country schools of that state.
AdmitteJ to the bar aud beitau the
practice of law at Danville, 111.
State s attorney of Vermillion
county, 111., from lHitl to 1 HCH.
Elected to cougress in 1872 and has
served continuously since with the
exoeptiou ot one term. Sieaker of tbe
Fifty-eighth, Filty-uiutli and Six
tieth coutireHSca. Perwaueut chair
man of tne Republican national con
vention of 19ii4.
Philander Chase Knox,
Uorn Iu Brownsville, Pa., May 5,
IMS. Graduated from Mount Uuion
college In 1873 and admitted to the bar
In 1875. Ansistaut United State dis
trict attoruuey of Pennsylvania iu 187(1.
Formed a law partnership with James
II. Heed of Pittsburg iu 1877. De-
clinrd public office aud continued the
practieo of law from 1877 to 1K!H). Be
came attorney geueral iu Presideat
MiKinlcy's cabinet in 1901. Suc
ceeded Mathew S. Quay in the United
Stabs -t:-o in 1904 Iud. reed for
iTsid' ui I h Pennsylvania Rej ub
licau com ut. on iu 1907.
MeiMo noil (or Second Place.
Chsrlo- W. Kalrliauks, viie-presi-dent
of t United States. Jouathaa
1'. Di'ilivei, Uuited Status senator
from low h.
Klmer J. Hurkelt, Uuited States
isnator from Ni braxka.
Jamss S. Sbermau of I'tioa, N. Y.,
representative in oougrees.
George 11. Cortelyou ofNew York,
secretary of the Uuited States treas
ury. John Fraukllu Fort, governor of
Frankliu Murphy, former govsrnor
of New Jersey.
Curtis Guild Jr., governor of
John Hays Hammond of Massa
chusetts, expert mining engineer.
Corn Cultivator the kind that
worka both sides of the row at once
Mrs. Ed Barron of Ashland is visit
ing Mr. Vivian McCarthy of this
TO HAVE HEADQUARTERS
AT GRANTS PASS
Oilman Bed Rock Mining Com
pany Will Soon Be R.adv
On tbe 28th of last month the board
of directors of the Oilman Bed Bock
Mining Co. held its regular meeting
at Sacramento, Cal., at which meet
ing it was decided to move tbe bead
quarters and offices to Grants Pass,
aud tbe following report of that
meeting has been wailed to all stock
holders in accordance with the pro
visions of the constitution.
Tbe office of the company will be
, I ' . . i fl fc ... : . V. tl..lna, U 11 fl
Mitchell. Following is tne secretary s
statement refrered to above : The reg
ular monthly meeting of the board oi
directors was held May 28th, and the
stock holders who were not present
are hereby advined of the proceedings
of the meeting. This iu accordance
with with the policy of our company,
which policy will be continued iu the
future and you will be advised of the
proceedings of each aud every meeting
of our board of directors.
There were present at the meeting :
L. F. Oilman, R. F. Wendoverand
Chas. Miller (a majority the other
two members of the board of directors
being at present in Oregon.)
Mr. Oilman, hating returned to
Sacramento, reported progress on the
work of building scows, etc., at
Grants Pass; the scows being now
entirely completed, except for the
caulking, which work will be accom
plished within the uext few days.
Here at Sacramento the work ou the
machine is being prosecuted and will
be completed ou schedule time and
unless something unforeseen Bbould
deter, the uiachlue will be com
plete aud ready for shipment to Grauta
Pass within the next three weeks.
By July 1st we expect all to be in
readiness to start for our field of
initial operation about 40 miles be
low urants Paaa in Rogue River.
There has been a sufficient number
of shares sold to warrant the assertion
that it will actually be in operation by
July 15th, we having only, as near as
now can be estimated, about 2500
wore to raise through the aale of
stock to bring our enterprise aud
efforts to a successful conclusion, and
the atcck at tain stage is going in a
manner so satisafctory as to assure
you all that the money will be forth
coming to meet all outstandings.
We wish to advise every stockholder
that if he can make it convenie t, be
is cordially invited to weet with us I
aud attend our board of directors '
meetings, which are held on the last j
Thursday of each mouth aud from uow j
on onr meetings will be held in the
o fice of the company at Grants Pass,
Alter June 6th, address all column-1
oications to Oilman Bed Rock Min-.
ing Co., Grauta Pass, Oregon.
Presideut Oilman of the company
retorued Mouday night from Sacra
mento, where be had breu lookinii
after tbe const root ion of the machine
in addition to office business. He
was accompanied by H. F. Wvudover,
th e sercetary aud treasurer aud Mrs.
Weudover, wl o will make their per
manent home iu Grams Pas.
PROHIBITION IN JOSEPHINE
IS LEGALLY DECLARED
A Speclevl Session of County
Court Reviewed Canvass of
At a special session of the ooouty
conrt last Filday, the official cau-
vass ot the late geueral election was !
ieviewel and it was declared accord
ing to the retortis prohibition bad
carried. In accordance with the leeal
fcrmailty prohibition was declared
aud it was ordered that the sale of all
alcoholic beverages be prohibited ex
cept iu accordance with the law
which provides that drag stores mar
sell on the prescription of a phy.-ioian,
for medicinal purposes. It wsa also
ordered that prohibition shall go into
effect cm the lirst day of July, 1908.
It was e i pec ted that a representative
of the bridge company to whom the
contract for the construction of a new
bridge across Rogue Kiver to replace
the present one, would be present
A message from the coin pauy des mated
Tuesday of this week a the time when
one of these men would be here. A
later message set Jnly.
The action of the bridge company is
construed by the county court to mean
that the company do not intend to be
gin the work, for fear of injunction
agaiust its construction. As a remedy
District Attorney Reamea is quoted as
having given the opinion county war
rants might be guaranteed by some in
demnity company. But the bridge
people evidently have cold fees, and
the ooonty will have to readrertise
TTHIS seasoii the
Jl clothes are
more smart patterns
Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffher & Marx
Geo. S. Calhoun Co.
"OUTFITTERS TO BOY AND MAN"
OREGON IS ENJOYING
FINE FRUITS AND CROPS
Portland Commercial Club Dedi
cates Their New 8-Story
Portland, Ore., June 18, 1908
While cyclones and floods are visiting
the south, east and middle west, and
the rising waters are destroying mill
ions of dollars worth of farm and
city property, Oregou is eu joy ing
beautiful weathrr, delicious fruit,
and looking forward with the confi
dence inspired by assured crops this
Portland lumbermen will meet Mou
day night at ths Commercial Club and
arranged for a big exoursion to Cocs
Bay. Concatenations will be held at
Marshfield, Jaue 23 , and Bandon ou
On June 24th Portland business men
were the gnesta of Eugene. A special
train left for the uuivemity town at
7 in the morning aud the party par
ticipated iu the opening of the new
depot there, attended the commen
cement Fxerclxte at the University
and were entertained by the Eugene
The Oregon Humane Society has
Installed nine ornamental drinking
fountains at various points through
out the city. In addition to the regu
lation drinkug cop, places are provided
for dogs and homes. Eight of these
fountains were presented by citizens
of Portland, while the ninth is the
gift of the National Human Society
f .r, ,tt...anS .
Golden Gate Coffee
SOLD ON MERIT
J. A. FOLGER & CO.
ttaVSaa4 1650 SAN nuUvCBCO
styles, and patterns
and weaves; a stock
! t II VI II
goods for the 4th from
Hart Scliaffner & Marx
made in their perfect way, of all
wool fabrics, in the richest and
most attractive patterns; not too
lively, nor too quiet; just right.
Extraordinary Value and selection in
three piece Summer Suits at $10
$12.50, $18 and $20. Don't overlook
this. Men's $15, $16, $18, $20 two
piece suits, your choice for $12.50.
$6 Outing Suits, 4.50. $8.00 Outing
Suits 6.00. $10. Outing Suits 7.50.
See the window. Get your size while
we have it.
of New York, who are presenting
similar fountains to diflerent cities in
the United States.
The housewarming of the Portland
Commercial Club in its new eight
story ateel home, which was held last
Friday night, brought together a.large
and enthusiastic body of prominent
citizens, and it was probably the hap
piest event that ha ccoureed in this
oity cince the Lewis & Calrk Exposi
tion. The daily rose show in the lobby
of the Chamber of Commerce drew
thousands of visitors, while at the
Commercial Club huge quantities of
perfect blooms were furnished each day
bv different members of the Clnb for
the decorations of the rooms. Oregon
City has occupied the center of the
stage during the last week with an
especially successful Rose Show and
Secretary C. H. Marsh, of the Pen
dleton Commercial Association is
enhtimiaritio over the future of bis
citv and Umatilla county, and advises
that his soliciting committee will not
i cense their efforts until they have
! secured 18000 to give publicity to tbe
resources and auvantagea of the
We are dealers in
FARMS AND LAND
if you want to sell your farm, send
us full description, terms, etc., and
we can do it.
T. B. ACRES & CO.
207 Washington St.
in every tin of
of fabrics, in men
more bright colors,
of men s clothes like
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UV Villi I I 1 1 II f-A rinf
O !-l ..ft
oiwuiai raiiva are nuuucauie lo h i
following meetings, foil Information
to be had by applying at the depot:
x- I. .. . 1
Womens Christian Association,
side Oregon, Jane 10th to 29tb.
Commencement exercises, State
Normal School, Monmouth, Ore.,
Jone 20tb to 28d.
Midsummer Meeting, Horticoltoral
Association of Oregon, The Dulles,
Ore., June 80th to July 3d.
Annual Campmeeting, Oregon, Stats
Holiness Association, Portlund, Ore
gon, July 10 to 27.
Annual Campmenting, Church of
Qod, wood hum, Jnne 11th to 21st.
Annual Reunion Oregon Pidoeerl
Association, Grand Encampment, In
dian War Veterans, Portland, Ore
gon, June 8th to 13th.
R. K. MONTGOMERY,
6-6 4t Agent
Mrs. II. S. Woodcock returned fron
a visit at Portland Sunday and left
the same day for her home at Kerhv.
The Southern Oregon
State Normal School
Will coaduct a six weeks sum
mer course beginning June 18,
and ending July 31, 1908.
The courses offered are as
PRIMARY METHODS In
cluding first three grades.
One sesnon of 2 weeks (13 day)
Mrs. Katherin . Sloan,
grades four to eight.
Miss Atm.da Kaiser.
HIGH SCHOOL METHODS
and SCHOOL MANAGE
MENT and SUPERVISION
Prof. A. L. Bricrcs. Pres. of
Drain Normal School.
REGULAR NORMAL SUB
JECTS, and REVIEW FOR
COUNTY and LIFE PAPER
Pres. of School,
Prof. W. T. VanScoy,
Prof. A. C. Joy.
Miss Arrneda Kaiser,
Prof. A. L. Briggs.
For further particulars address
Pre, of Normal School.