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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JULY 17, 1W8.
417 G Street
That's the place to get your
Remember this is fruit canning
(Too late for last Issue).
The 4th is pa-t and gono and
farmers in' this vicinity are all bay
Mrs. J. K. Clark, who has been in
Portland visiting with her son, re
turned home last week.
We are glad to report no sickness
hers this week. All are convalescent.
L. C. and W. H. Hudson of Oalice
were at home with their families at
this place the 4th.
J. F. Harluss Sundayed at home re
turning Monday to W. C. Harmon's
mill on Oheuey creek, where he is
D. H. Wiiuer
prise Is doing
of the Hotel Enter
business in Grants
Pass this week.
Mrs. W. L. Tnttle of Drydt-n was
In Bo I ma yesterday delivering berries
Ed Churchill and C. E. Harmon of
Grants Pits were callers at the homo
of R. C. Churchill tiuudav. Jerome
COUNT THE DOTS
No Work, Just Play!
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A Genuine Ke-constructcd Kuby for the person
Sending in the First Correct Number of Dots
in and around the "Three V King."
Tim three "W's iu our window In
dicate the initials of the Makers of
High Grade Kings. Ths three
"W's" stand for WllIl'K, WILli &
WARN'KU, Miners of Good Ring.
Huffiilo, N. V.
Iu order to "ell th people of this
city of the inaiy good qualities of
them good lings, the makers have
authorised u tn ask you to join us iu
solving au rasv problem. Iu the win
dow you sort a beautiful genuine lie
ontiklrgutud liuby King, worth $15.
There are times when yon have little
or nothing to do, and know of no bet
tor way ut devoting this time thau by
niakiug au effort to procure this
lxMuitiful riug as a reward for your
services. 'The Ruby riug is given to
the Lucky Counter. Just ooont the
dot aud send or briug as the number
j on have couuted in a closed envelope
wtUi vour'fulluaiu and aMresn, giv
ing date and time of day. The correct
lie sure and count these
, appear again. This contest closes October 1st. Z
Power tod bride who have been visit
inn at the home of their parent! near
here, returned to their home at Mer
lin last week.
O. F. Hudson in making hay for
Shorn Ut Bros, at Anderson station
J. W. Harmon of this place spent
Satoid iy at the home of his parent!
on upper Deer Creek.
Lnt Friday when E. F. Hathaway
of "Drydan was oo hia way to Selma
hit team became frightened and ran
about a half a mile, throwing Mr.
Hathaway out and scratching him
about the face coniiderably, and pave
li i in a general shaking np, also tear
ing the harness almost to pieces.
But nothing daunted, E. F. got him
self together, borrowed horse and
oarae to Selma and did hia trading
as though nothing had happened.
This is twice in the past year the
team has run away opon the same
Good luck to the Courier.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
fanions little liver pills. Sold by
Mod'l Drug Store. 4-K 13
Very warm days and cool nights has
been our portion lately. Our gardens
are looking fine and dandy with
small fruit in attendance. Apples,
plnms and peaches while not being
so numerous as last year are looking
fine aud predict a good time for the
long winter evenings to come.
James Daily of Eerby was looking
over the orchard of C. T. Webb Tnes
day. Mr. Daily bas bad a great deal
of experience in growing frnit and
says Elk Valley ha soma very
thrifty and promising young trees.
He spoke in very high terms of onr
ceacbes and plums, which indeed
Mrs. Frank Btiwalt and Miss Rnby
O'Brien were callers at Uncle Eba's
Thomas Jantzer and son who have
been for some time camped on npper
Elk Creek have crossed the divide
and are now located on Saddle Bar,
amount of Dots is known to no on but
the manufacturer of Three "W"
Kings. This number is now contained
iu a sealed euvelope aud the seal will
not be broken until the elos of oou
test There are "no couditious, no
hut's or if'," and we nk nothing in
nturu tor the privileges you hve in
solving this problem.
You do uot.have to make a purchase
in order to I hvu this privilege, but all
we ask of you is to remember that our
stock of Jewelry consists of the best
uieiihaudise obtainable at the moat rea
sonable prices. Everything that la
good In wati'luw, ailverware, diamonds,
rings and jewelry cau be found hers.
W beg to call paticular atteutiou to
our unusually large stock of rings. We
do all kinds of jewelry repairing and
watch work In the best possible man
ner, at moderate prioea. Please re
member we sa yon money and asaare
dots as this ad vtill not
Mr. Jantzer bails from Grauta Pas
and is seeking the source from whence
came all this gold that is scattered
aronnd the country.
Sam Egger bas taken a contract
from the county to repair the stage
road over the mountain and we can
hear his blasts at all hours of the day.
Us has a crew of men at work.
J. H. Moore of Medord, who has
had his tent pitched for some time in
our valley nas noistea saie ror uei
Norte connty, Smith River locality
Vaughn Ash took inline thriving
town of Holland Tnesdsy. Mr. Asb
is seeking an opening for some busi
nsss or will inveit in Josephine oil
if be can get a piece that suits him.
T. D. Collett and Ohas. Reynolds
ran afonl of an old bear and two cubs
last week. The boys manage, to cap
ture one of the cobs which they now
have on exhibition.
One of Uncle Sam' post office in
pectors was in onr burg Wednesay.
Miss Hattie Wehb is visiting for a
week with Mrs. Sadie Smock of Hol
land. They both' have had seaside
vacations at varon place and of
course will swap yarns.
Swan Hagland and Walter Gresham
are tha guests of E. L. Hays on
Sucker creek for a week or 10 days.
They will take in the big caves in
that locality before they return here.
John O'Brien and E Wilson have
finished their irrigating ditch, started
by them some time ago and now have
plenty of water for both their ranches.
They tapped the Illinois river jnst
below the old Durkee place and car
ry the water nearly two miles.
Mrs. A. I. Reynolds presented a fine
boqnet of roses that were taken from
her flower garden to Mrs. Marl ha
Webb of this place, that indeed were a
marvel of beanty. The roses were of
different varieties and one in particu
lar as large as a tea saucer. Now
"honett Injun," can California roses
The man was dying In agony. The
death rattle was issuing from his
throat, when his wife remarked "Jim,
dear, do be more quiet; yon 'U wake
D . L. Webb lost a fine driving
mara last Saturday night. He found
her dead iu the stall on Sunday morn
ing. This makes five horse that
Dave bas lost since coming to Oregon.
E. M. Albright haa just retorned
rrom a week s business tirp to yoor
Why isn't everything
Everything isn't good
Ymr s rec.r rritirni ror nsty H fee aO
U Schilllof 'a Bell; mm pa kia.
(Too Late for last iKsue. )
rouriu or juiv passed off verv
smoohtly at Marial and Illalie, every
one having a good time.
O. W. Clay bas disposed of his in
terest in the Red River Gold mining
and Milling Co., Hnd will hereafter
live with hix family at Roseburg.
though he is still iuterested in a fiue
quarts proposition in this section.
Mr. Brown, manager of Rrd River
outfit, mule a hiisine-s trip to Grants
Pass for some extra littiugs for their
aw mill lnHt week.
E. J. Porteous, manager of Rogne
River Mining and Developing Co.,
was a visitor in Grants Pass last
J. E. Hiaer and famly of Gleodale
are visiting with Geo. Billings and
family on Male Creek.
Red River people have their water
wheel Installed aud will begin to saw
lumber in a few days. The company
have a throe mlie flume to build on
thir placer property on Rugne River.
Geo. Nunenhecko tutuager of Para-
nisei quartz mine on Saddle Peak, re
ports work pr g o-.iug. At present
he has only to .n working. This
uiine has some erv r ch ore iu light.
Rogue River Mum g and Develop -
iug Oo. have row. I t-d their flume
and are rady to
they will not have
two will be laid off.
a full head uutil
All tthe men but
J Mr.; Abe Swarts. foreman for Red
River Ca'spent the 4tb of Jnlv with
his family f Riddle? r,
"Earle N. Young; of the Forest 8tr-
vloe, made a flying trin to Grants
Paas to get a tooth pulled.
'E. C. DiWitt Co.. Chicago. Ill
Gentlemen In 1S97 I had a disease
of the stomach and hnweU in th.
spring of loa I bought a bottle of
Kodol and tha benefit I received all
the gold in Georgia ooold not bny.
Way yon live long Jaod prosper.
Yours very truly, C. N. Cornell. Rod
Ing. Ga., Aug. S7, 1." Sold by
Model Drug Store. 4.3 ift
For Market Day
And Every Day for the
Balance of This Month
You will find us giving exceptional bargains in all lines of
Saturday, July the 18th, 1908
Our extra special is FREE with every Men's Suit at $15 or more
in connection with the 25 per cent discount, making price of suit $11.
One Nugget $3 Hat, (your own selection)
One Pair of 50c Suspenders,
One 25c Coat Hanger,
One 25c Pants Hanger.
THIS IS THE BIGGEST "SOMETHING FOR NOTHING"
YOU HAVE HAD A CHANCE AT
Two-piece Outing Suits Va price, in other words a $6 men's suit for
$3, or a $10 one for $5.
Best 50c work shirt for 40c. Underwear, Shirts, Boys' Summer suits
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc., all at the cost figure, and some less.
See that You get our Guarantee Tag'
with Every Purchase.
GEO. S. .CALHOUN Co.
"Outfitters to Boy and Man"
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bateham and
fainiliy are attending the Chautauqua
at Ashland, Ore.
Mr. Conger of Placer, Ore., bas been
visiting bis two little daughters, at
the home of E. H. Wise.
Mrs. H. H. Wardrip and children
went to Ashland last Saturday for a
weeks visit with her parents.
Mr. Glenn Stnrtevant of Grants
Pass was calling on relatives here last
Miss Maude Ken worthy of Port
land, Oregon, is visiting her cousin
Mrs. 'Jli. A. Hamilton. Miss Ken
worthy's fitther was the first mayor of
Edna Hatnlio, who is viei iug her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. J.
HeNton, has bem spending a few days
with Rnth and Orril Huck this week.
Brother Newman was taken to the
hospital at Grunts Pas last weok and
we hear he is somewhat better. We
all hope he will soon be able to be
back among us again.
An open (nesting of the grange was
hel l Thursday evening,.Tuly 9, at which
time Johnson, lecturer of the Oregon
State Grange spoke. His talk on the
advantages of the Grange was very
helpful aud interesting. At this meet,
iug it was decided to hold the Fro it
dal .Grange meetings on the first Sat
urday of each moitn, from 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m.
Brother Long of the Presbyterian
church preach .for os last Sunday
after Sunday school. His sermon was
very helpful and was eujoved by all
present. We will be glad to have
him come again sume time.
H. H. Wardrip is having a driveway
put in from bis boildiugs directly east
to the main road, 'where he has the
name "Gleneva Kartn" suspended
over a large gate. About half way
from the gate to the bouseis a very
pretty mstio bridge. Mr." Wadrip
iutends to set out ornamental trees
and rose bushes aloof the 'driveway.
We are pleased to see such improve
ments In onr dale.
E. H. Wise received a oar load of
fenoe posts last week which he intends
to nse on his farm.
B. Y. P. V. Entertalna.
A very pleasant eveulnr ' u annt
ai me newman M. K. church Tuesday
by the members of the various young
peoples socletina of the city, being the
guests of the paptist Young People's
Union. These gatherings "are hold
quarterly at the various churches and
each time some one' of the yonngpeo.
ple a sooietie2:t;as jhoet. AnTT
dress waa given by Dennis Stovall on
"The Benefit! to be derived from be
ing a member of a young People's
Society" Cralge Sharp also spoke on
"Methods and Plans for Toung Peo
ple's Work." Refreshments were
served nnder the direotion of Miss
Millie Drake and then a bean guessing
contest furnished considerable enter
tainment, Mits Lizzie Moore guessing
326 as the number of beans contained
in a jar. The act Qui number waa 827.
A pleasing program was then render
ed which included a piano solo by
MisB Flavia Hackett, recitation by
Miss Pauline Coe, vocal solo by Rev.
F. C. Lovett, and a debate on the
question,. "Resolved, That the young
men are doing more for the Young
Proples societies than are the Yonng
ladies." The affirmative was dis
cussed by Frank fEUis and Harold
O'Neill but they were vanquished by
Mioses Jcsephine Randle and Nina
Tliero broke into my field Joly 6tb,
one 8 yer old roan ma ley cow, will
s inn be fresh. Owner cau have same
by proving property and paying
o arges. W. F. Hogue,Box 272, Grants
Pais, Oregon. 7 5
Sick Headache Cured.
Sick headache is canned by derangement
of the stomach. Charoberluiu's Stomach
and Liver Tablets will correct the disorder
and cfTrt a iiim n. i li
-"g mm wuicia
as soon as the first indications of the disease
appear, me stuck may be warded oft For
sals by M. Clemens,
Many have been buying
at greatly reduced prices at our
store. Have you?
W. . DEAN
CALLS FOR WARRANTS
There are funds in the treasury to
pay all warrants registered prior to
August 15, J90.1. Interest will cesae
from this date.
Dated June 26, 1908.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Treisurer of Josephine Connty, Ore
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday, July 1, Snnday school la it
10 a. in. Subject of the message
"Touching God." The young peopls
meet at 7 p. m. Preaching service it
8 o'clock. You are cordially jnvited.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership lately subsisting between
us, the undersigned W. L. Dooley and
John Smithpeter carrying on busiotss
as a cigar store, billiard hall and
rooming bouse at Grants Pass, Ore
gon, nnder the style or firm name of
Dooley & Smithpeter, waa on the 12tb
day of June, 19C8, dissolved ; by mu
tual cou'ent, and that the bosinessin
future will be carried on by the said
John Smithpeter alone who will Py
all debts and liabilities and receive
all moneys payable to the late firm.
Witness our hands this 12th day of
W. L. DOOLEY.