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ROCU l- KlWk COlt-cIK. GRANTS PASS, OREGON AT'OTST 7, l'M
Ulilliill II nm, in mmm ,mmm t j
Still more for your
Boys Clothing, cost
to os not considered.
T'was sitnily m cut to guide the hand
Of tliosH who wishot to sit cr stand
Witfai'i the unassuming cluor
This weight of 8 rmoi ry that bote
T'was uever me-tnt to tea h t r p:enh
Bat just to pl' in ; reach
Tlie ar of bitu who dealt in stock
"Push donf knock.
But wl at a guide fur lift) was that
Strong, philosophical and pat;
How safe a chart fur too and uie
Wiiile cruising o'er life's restless res;
Posh, always push, with goal i view,
Don't kuook avoid th hHiuimr ctew
This rule will save yoa diiut a shock.
"Push don't kuoc."
When cn that door 1 see the sign,
I say, "Great motto, you are mine''!
No stronger seruii n e'er full
From huium Hps; no sage could tell
The hothead youth more nearly how
To point alway his ves-el'j prow;
There are no wiser words in slock
Everything Less at
THE CLOTH DERS
Quit Business Sale
j7. 1 At
Rauch h Cook
By this process tires are set quicker and better and will run longer
without loosening than by the old hot process, besides beinj better tor
thC It'uworth your while to call at the BLUE FRONT SHOP and see
this new machine in operation. h ". J ..reel
DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are too Danger
ous for Grants People
. Can now be killed within the limit
of the law.
To make a successful hunt you will need
a reliable rifle and GOOD AMMUNITION
Winchester, Savage and Remington Kille?,
and all other high grade hunters' equip
, ment at
JOE WHARTON'S Sporting Goods Store
ON SIXTH STREET
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
The great danger of kidney troubles
is that they get a fitiu'.hold before the
sufferer recognizes tlieiu. Health it
gradually uuderuiined. Backache,
bealacie, nervousness, lameness,
soreness, lumbago, urinary troubles,
'Ii0 sy. diubete and Bright' disease
fol'ow in merciless succession. Dru't
ueghot your kidnais. Cure the kid
neys with the certain and safe remedy
Dosu's Kidney Pills.
Jesse Fn email, living at Stetling
Min", Jacksonville, Ore., fays: "I
actually btlieve tbst Doan's Eidney
Pills sitved my lie. I goffered with
kidney disease for a long tinib before
I realized what it was. I thought a
firt the symptoms would pass away,
bat instead they increased m severity
until I was suffering uutold agony,
I was treated by physici ins and used
many remedies bat obtained no relief
My worst trouble was in my back
and limbs and irregularity of the
kidneys secretions. 1 was unable to
rest or sleep on account of the pains
which, sqemed to radiate to all parts
of my body, i was stiff and lame
and at tiinoa onable to get about At
one time I was laid op for several
weeks and'nnable to work. I finally
learned ot Doan's ills aod as tbey
were fo bigt.ly recommended procured
a box and began using them. This
reined V seemed Lto be just what I re
'quired for in less thaa two weeks 'the
ben fie ia! results were apjsnnt.
1 continued the remedy and Improved
'steadily and by the titne.I bad used
S'veu boxes I wss better than I bad
keen for years. I am now absolutely
free from any cf the iyn. torus cf kid
nev trouhle and give the credit to
j Doan's Pills. "
Fcr Sale by all dealers. Price' 50
cents. Foster Milborn Co., EDffalo,
Kew Tork, sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name Dean's
and take no other. 7-24 2t
Atteulicn i c.illeit to Ashland Com-;
mervial l ollege sjecial in this issue, i
& M Cam boll hit 1- as-ed the soft
drink dc artineut at the La) ton J. oh 1. .
t pon a door I aa .a eigu ;
I cried, "A motto, n1 it's u inel"
A wir thing I i ever sw
No M-diau or Peis au law
Should be more rigMlv i ufcrced,
Thau this, from verbiittie divorced.
Its Ionic's firm as sny rock
"Push dou't suoik."
SOME ACTIVITY IN
REALTY IS SHOWN
GRAND ARMY MEN TO
MEET IN CENTRAL POINT
The annnul ei rampuieut of the
Southern Oregon 'Veterau's associa
tion. Grand Army of the Republic,
will be held in Central Point Septem
ber 9, 10 and 11.
Arrangements have been completed
for the gathering of the boys of
61-'G5 to pitch their tents here and to
enjoy for few days tba hospitality
o' the people of Central Point.
The tenting grounds will be in the
biautifnl grove at the old fair
grounds just west of town, and the
occasion is exrecred to be one of the
best enjoyed by the vettraus in recent
The Scatlero Oregon ornnixstion
comprises some boo vetirans ot me
civil war days and with their friends
and families who will attend it is ex
pected theie will be well nigh 1000
persons In attendance at the coming
Members of the local 'post aa well
all citireus of the town will ;eave
nothing undone . to make plearaut the
stay of the horored guests who upheld
the old flag during the troublous times
of the early '00 's. Central Polot
Grants Pass Weather.
Following is a summary of the weather
observation at ttrant Pais (luring the
month el July. llut, an reported tv J . H
I'addock. local voluntary ohserver (or the
Oregon mate weatner reprice:
R'y A Jordan to Frank Jordan
'SWicf SW4 Sec 83; the NV4' of
j NVN y ; the SH' of NW.f and the KH'
ofSWVj' Seo 26 and the NE, of
JNESec 37, all in T 8, range 6,
; 1150. 1
j John E Bland et nx to W L (libs n,
j undivided two-h'Ird interest In NEl4
j of SW4', Seo 8, T 85, range 6, 11000.
W L Uibson et nx to John E Hlaud,
undivided one-third intnest iu
of SV4' Seo 8, T 85 range 6, l( 00.
J E Blahd et ox to Mary F Johusou
Wtf SW'V, SecS ,T 85. Range 8, KHK).
S Lnugrbidge, wamntf , to Urants
Phs Canuing Co., lots 1 and 2, block
A. B niudary Line A id. (1800.
t Merlin Townsite and ' Development
Co., watranty, to Vim. J Ott, El4'
lot 7 and 3, block S, Center ariditiou
to Merlin, 400.
O A Blanohard, quit claim, to S
OCahill, NE'4' NE4, Seo 18. T 86
range 5, 1130. ,
O S Blanvhard to Frank FetS'-h,
lots 15. 18 and 17, Block 8, Lincoln
park add, 1500.
U A CoVb et nx, warranty, to F A
Edwards, half interent. In SE. of
NE4 Sec 4. T 38, range 6, l.
G A Cohb, warranty, to Chas F
RichstHin, half Interest SE,' of KE4
of NEV4' Seo 4. T 88, range 6, l5.
Minnie W aid John Baker warranty
to Agnes L. Nichols parcel of land iu
lbs NV4' of SEi, feeo 8, T 88, range.
6 1 1 3D.
Jsaocy M Andrews et al, quit
claim, to Melvln Andrews, ' N V t-4 of
SZi, Soo 11, T 311, range 0, (1 '
Wiu X Rinebart et nx, warranty, to
UeoWand F M Lance, "Bank" sa
loon building on Sixth stieet, f4At'0.
Joieph P Pollard, warranty, to Will
O Smith SV of Ni and 8E Seo SO,
T 83, range A, f 10.
Sarah E Lewis, to Ella J McQnar
rle, lots 5 and 8, block 75, It.
John J Fryer, et nx to Irma Blan
ohard NJi ot SM of NWtf Of E of
NEM. Seo 88, 85, range , 580.
Theo Putman Cramer et al, to
Marguerite Riddle, lota 13 aud 14,
Block 51, 750.'
E C Woolfolk et ox to Joseph Bill,
parcel of land in Blook 83 of the
original townslte, II.
H A Corll'8 et nx to L M Williamor
et al, lot 1, block D in Boaodary Line
Andrew Qigler et ux to J R Eaton,
lots 4 and 5, . in Railroad add, 30n.
. Chicago, July 37. Since the low
prioes of 1907 there has been an ap
preciatlon of $3, 5 14, 883, 750 In 17ft
stocks. Of these securities, V7 are
railroad', 65 industrial and 13 oop
per. The railroads show an increase
In si corlty values amounting to mate
thtn 11.185,000. In thii appreciation
Hartiman and his friends have been
noteworthy participants. Iu the case
of Union Pacific, which baa a capital
stock ot 1 1 ", 500, 000, there has been
an advance from 1100 a share to
$155 7, or K57a' poiuts. Among rail
roads this advance lo, . points holds the
record. The Standard Oil crowd and
Mr. Parrimaa are also credited
with a large interest in United States
Steel stocks. Amalgamated Copper
and Illinois Central shares. United
States Steel common baa aiWanu d
from ai'nthe low mark of last year,
to 45', the enrreut hlgh'prioe. This
is gain of 24 points and $122,010,000
lu market vulne.
FOUNDED IN 1844
New $50,000 building this year.
The College of Literal Arts has
strqtig. bra:ti-developing courses.
Other course's in Otatory Music,
Theology, Education, Medicine,
Law, aud itt the academy.
45 Profttjors, High Quality Irutructioti
Stato I.ibnrb s afford superior ail
vantitgei For Catalogue, address
Pret. F. H0MAN, Salem, Oregon
- . - iJ
isiilaod Commercial College
Uliginous and Shorthand Training, thor
ough and prsctical
MONTHS SCHOLARSHIP S45.00
0 MONTHS SCHOLARSHIP $60.00
All stinlcnt who secure a nine months
n'hnUrwhip suit e.iter September 7 will be
entitled to tlie iMiiiKineil course of July 1,
10o(. This give you an extra month. In-
ventigsie and rums,
Adren. V. RITNKIt, Pres.
' Offers collegiate courses in Agri
culture, including Agronomy,
Horticulture, Animal Husbandry,
Dairy Husbandry, etc.; Forestry,
Domestic Science and Art; Civil,
Electrical, Mechanical, and Mining
Engineering; Co'iimerce; Pharmacy
Offers elementary courses in
Agriculture, Forestry, Domestic
Science and Art, Commerce, and
Mechanic Arts, including forge
work, cabinet making, steam fit
ti g, plumbing, niaching work.
Strong faculty, modern equip-"
ment; free tuition; opens Sept. i5,
Illustrated catalogue with full
information on application to. the
LlRRIOATION. SPRAYING &
Kalrhanks-.Morne (lanolins Engines for
pumping, spraying, sawing, grinding.
Ouiliis complete. -
Fairbanks en le for weighing.
Kairlwuks-Morne Uynamos and Mntors
for lower snd light
Fairbanks Morse Windmills and Towers.
Kalrhanks-Monie Urinders, r"eed Chop
pers. Well I'unini.
All first quality goods at lowest prices.
Always in stock. Ulwral terms. Prompt
reply to Inquiries and quick shipments.
Writs (or catalogus and prices. '
GRANTS PASS HDW. 0', Agsnta
Oranta l' Oregon
"FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO,
We are dealers in
FARMS AND LAND
if you want to sell your farm, send
us full description, terms, etc , and
we can it.
T.C. ACKERS & CO.
270 vVcshlnfllort St.
Summary: Mean temperature 715 max
imum temperature ln7, dsts'jnth, niini'm
tenipersture 41, date S. Total pre:inlta-
tion inches .12 Pnowfsil 0. Nuuilier
days clear, 25; partly cloudy, 6, cloudy
1. Prevailing wind, H. W.
"E. O. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. Ill
Gentlemen In 1897 I bad a disease
of the stomach and bowels. In the
spring of lWi I bought a bottle of
Kodol and the benefit I received all
the gold in Georgia could not buy.
May yoa live long and prosper.
Yonrs very truly, C. N. Cornell. Bod
ing, G., Aug. 27, 1W)6." Sold by
Model Drug Store. 4-8 l.'it
Made from Grape.
Of all the fruits that grow to give
soHtenauoe and nourishment to man
kind, the grape is the. most famous.
A favorite subject, of the poet, this
healthful luscious fruit has from the
beginning of time been oelebated in
song and storv. Therefore it Is a
pleasure to know that to the grape we
are indebted for some of the finest
foods that go to our table, for from
the grape is derived Royal Orape
Cream of Tartar, the chief iogredient
and active principle of the world-renowned
Royal Baking Powder.
While the connection between bak
ing powder and grapes may seetn re
mote, It is evident to those who know
that cream of tartar exists in all ripe
grapes, from wblou it is dirsot'y pro
duosd in the following manner:
Flowing with the juice of the Rrape
from the press in the msnnfarture of
wine, the cream of tartar 'gradually
aeparatea tbereform and fettles npoo
aud adheres to the sides of the raeks.
After the wine is drawn off the tartar
is scraped away, i boiled and purified
with water. Crystals of cream of tar
tar, white and very" pure, are ool
lected, specially refined and greuuil
Good Liniment. into an impalpable powder. Thi
xou will bunt a good while before yoa forms the Roysl Crape Cream of
Tartsr from which Royal Baking
Powder is made. The eiclunive em-
H.lilU Fn.ml HirfL
Only .ntiwiriMMl Kwlr In-
L la Or.'Viu. writ
Pioneer Aiuyln & and Ref. Co.
Tspltid f tfiO.OGO. kM 27 years. Gold
hane bullion: cyanide, rich ore, etc.
bought ; aHsnyiug AOn. Hpot cash on
assaying valueii. I'll Sth it. near U.
b. Afint, Man Krsncinco, C'al.
DeWitt s Kidney and Bladder Pills
are prompt ai d tborougbaud will iu
a short time strengthen , Weakened
'kidueys and allays .troubles arising
from inflammation of. the bladder.
S.ld by Model Drug Store. 4-3 Lit
2nd a preparation that is equal to Chamber-
: lain s Liniment as a curs for muscular and
rheumatic railia. for th rura nf ariraina and
1 soreneas of the muscles. In cases of rhsum- 'payment of this pure fruit acid haa
, atism and sciatica it relieves the intense psin ' aided in 'rendering Royal cnl'Oo In
ana mates sleep im real rx,a.iuis. lo cases the taking powder: world, adding as it
o. i.r&ina it relieves the snreneas snd restores
, the parts to a healthy condition in one-third
, the time required iy the usual treatment.
, It U equally valuable for lams lack and all
deep seated muscular pain. 2o snd (0 cent
does the .delicious .flavor sua whole
some properties which are charaoter
istic of all foods made with it.
jSises for sale by M. Citiueus. Flarer blanks at itt Courier ofTics
fgOtPCNITV tufmdt mars opoa InvaaK
mant than anr elliar aovrw ot profit. Good
In a hatack.
RL ESTATE U tha baale of aU valoSL It
haa mada mora bis fortunaa than all (Khar
tnvaalmanta aambinad. Pnrrktvd tt U d
slrablr knatad, II la InpaaalUa to loa.
THE NORTHWEST la tha' a.nUe of rmUr
raal aatata artlvltr than any othar part of
tha Unltad Btataa. tr.n Baalara capital
koowa It and tnvaata.
OREOON haa mors wamJth-maktnr otiDortu.
nltlaa than anr othar HLato In tha Union,
lu raaourtfaa ara phanomanal. Thadavatop
maat of tha Bum maana riehas (or tha City.
PORTLAND raaltr InveaUiwnta par from 20
to loo par aont annually. Wa bava afnraral
that raqulra a Taw dollars a month and will
nat tha Invaator bis monar and earn an an
nual proAU Kor particular, mall tha coupos
THE STANTON COMPANY
270 a Btark Stskkt -Post
land, OsaooM : ,
FlMtar inf'trm ma how I can saeiire a
YEARLY PHKKIT on a amall moothlr
tnvaattnant In Portland raal aalata.
The Spanton Company
270 E STARK STREET