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If not-don't wait-it's
By John Fox Jr. the
writer of the
"Little Sheppard of
For Sale at
Sabins Drug Store
My wife, Minnie Evertoo, has left
Lv bed and board without just cause
lid I will not be regposible for any
bbts contracted by her.
t-3-5t. ELMER EVERTON.
Special rate on woolen blankets for
b days 25o per pair at the Freoch
Lnndry. Phone 661. 10-9 St
Window glass at Hair-Riddles.
Jbuni, weigh and meaturt ererythiruj you
ouv American Grocer.
In knor in oplppf. . orViri
lings for the table. That's
Vhy they' go to
THE WHITE HOUSE
Sew Crop Jersey Cranberries,
Sazelwood full cream cheese
ew Norway Mackeral 15c
purkees Salad Dressing
few canned Salmon 10, 15. 20, 25c
Ipanish American Chicken Tom-
ales liftc ana isc
Ipanish American Soups (Vegeta
ble, Tomato, Chicken; wc
astern Pop Corn, the kind that
Sampsons Boiled Cider.
lamosons Canned Plums 3 cans
Sampsons Ureen orapes i
ffew Celery, Cabbage, Sweet Pota
toes, now arriving.
Jell Peppers and Corn 'Husks for
he brggest bargain in Toilet Soap
9-bar box Jorgens Toilet f
HE WHITE HOUSE GROCERY
'A. U. BANNARD
The Furniture Man
j ' The Draymen nave Deeu uu
( all week hauling our new fur
niture to our ware rooms we
are too busy to write particulars
lome in and
j-H-HH-M III I I I I I -l-I-! Cood.ll-B.nn.rd.
PERSONAL ITEMS. iti A ,etT Pre,tT wedding took place t
TlS:30 Weduesday afternoon, the con-
t . - .
Re. C. H. Oaves left Wednesday
evening for Portland to attend con
ference aod visit friends.
Window slats at Hair Riddle.
P. H. Harth returned Saturday from
Roeburg, where he visited several
days with hie son Henry.
Umbrellas doctored at Cramer Bros.
MissOro Willson, who is teaching
the f revolt school spent Saturday and
Sunday in town.
George P. Mimins of Medford spent
a few days early in the week in this
Mrs. M. J. Rick was in Grants Pass
Tuesday from her home on Savage
Miss Laura Riggs, retorned this
week from an extended visit to eastern
points, including her former home at
Redfleld, North Dakota.
Engineer A. P. Stover and wife
passed through Toefday morning en
route to Portland after a visit of sev
eral days at Medford.
Fred N. Cnmmings, of the firm of
Osgood & Commiugs, Engineers at
Medford, spent a couple of days tn
Grants Pass this week.
We have reduced onr price on sever
al sizes of our American Fence. Hair-
Kiddle Hdwe. Co.
J. H. Harris of Dulnth, Minn., who
recently purchased a tract of land In
the Fruitdale district, arrived this
week and bad begun clearing thejland
preparatory to putting in an orchard.
Beautify your grounds for years to
come with one outlay of bulbs which
are to be fonnd in all the different
varieties at the Sugar Pine Store.
10 23 2t
J. Q. Jarvls, who haa been with
M. Clemens for the past year has pur
chased the drag store at Gold Hill,
where he went Sunday to take charge.
Pnblio Stenographer Lilly Arnett,
621, Front Street, Phone 721. 10-16 tf
Arthur Conklin, proprietor of the
Outlook left early in the week for
Newberg where the Baptist State Con
vention is in session, aid also visited
Rev. F. C. Lovett of the Baptist
Church of this city i in attendance at
the'Baptist State Convention at New
berg, bat will return'in ,time for Sun
day's services at his cnorch.
Mrs. F. E. Lonsbnry, of Portland
after a visit with her brother E. T.
McKinstry and family in this city
left Monday for Glendale, and after
a short time spent there will resume
ber journey to Portland.
Five up-to-date styles Biases and
Brown Stiff hats at Harths the
Clothiers. 10-23 It
D. C. Heffley returned this week
from the Kloudyke country where he
Is engaged in mining. Mr. Heffley
owns considerable land in this ice
tion and his visit here at this time is
to look after business interests.
We am selling an excellent Rabbit
and Stock fence for 62,S,' cents per rod
Hair-Riddle Hdwe. Co.
Mis Bertha Lvnch, of Calcutta, In
dlana, is in the city visiting with
friends and relatives. She expects to
snend several days at Medford ana
Grants Pass before returning borne.
H. D. Eisnisnn returned this week
from Albany aod Portland, where he
went to looa for an opening. He has
decided that the time la not ripe for
the establishment of an auto livery at
Albany and will spend the winter in
Portland, where he will be connected
with a real estate firm.
Joe Kerriok. proprietor of tbe Sav
age Rapids "Gallon House," was
placed onder arrest Monday evening
by Constable August D. Singler of
Medford. charged with selling liquors
.r,,nr smonnta than a sal loo. He
was fined (50.
See the Goods
KUOuu RIVER COUkiKK. GRANTS
uBiiiug parries ceing ueorge u.
uoodell and Mise Margaret W. Ban
nard, at tbe home of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Bannard at
Sib and C streets. Tbe bride was at
tended by her sitter Miss Susie Ban
nard and Paul Wallace Irlend of ithe
groom stood as bett bid. The marriage
ceremoi.y was performed by Rev.
Robert McLean of Bethany Presbyter
ian Church. Tbe wedding was a very
quiet home affair aud attended only
by tbe family and Mrs. Henry Gailey
of Ashland. M's. Sheldon of Eugene
and Mrs. Brongher of Baker City,
who are intimate friends of.! lie bride,
and Mr. Wallace of Salem. The newly
married oonple left on the 6 :S5 train
the same evening for Newport where
tht-y will spend their honeymoon aud
nhortly" after tbe first of November
will he at home to friends at Halem.
Mrs. Goodall Is an accomplished
young lady of many endearing quali
ties and she has a host of friends in
this oity. She is a graduate of the
State Univer.ity at Engene after
which she taught German at Baker
City for four years. The last year
she spent in Germany completing! ber
studies of the German language.
There are few young women who have
iven more time to the study of the
higher branches of education than
Mr. George Goodall is a young man
of many sterling qualities and one
ho has been succeeslul in holding
positions of trust. He is a highly
educated'gentleman and Is at present
the secretary of the bUte Railroad
Commission, a place of gret responsi
bility. Tbe many friends of the young
oonple in Grants Pass tender to them
their best wishes for happiness, long
life an prosperity, in all of which the
LARRIMORE To Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Larrimore, Oct. 16, 1908, near
Williams, a daughter.
VAN DYKE At Grants Pass. Thurs-
day, Oct. 22 to Mr. . and Mrs. W.
M. Van Dyke, a daughter.
CLARK Sunday, October 18. 1908 at
Monrovia, Cal of tobercnloois, Mrs.
O. O. Clark, aged 84 years, 11
months and 8 days.
The funeral was held this morning
from Hall's Uudertaklrg parlors,
Rev. Alexander Maclean conduct
ing the ceremony. Deceased is, sur
vived by ber husband. She has been
ill for many months aod last Jane was
taken to California in the hope that
the climate would help her, bat she
was past recovery.
MERRICK At his home on Savage
Oreek, Monday, October 19, 19U8.
Thomas Meirick, aged 63 years.
Funeral waa held from the Cat hollo
Church Wednesday. The deceased bas
been a resident of this section since
1897 'and was well and favorably
oown. He was taken sick just a
week before bis death, whi-h was
caused from pneumonia. He leaves a
wife to monrn his loss.
M. W A. Entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ellis, the mar-
velooB character artists, appear at
Modern Woodmen hall, Monday,
October 26, under auspices of the local
M. W. A. camp. The Belvldere
( 111. 1 Republican says of them:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis pre
sented, to the enjoyment of a packed
house. 'Your Neighbor's Wife.' The
situations were most amaalng and
the various characters were all taken
by tbe two performers. The changes
In costume required were on tbe
lightning order and excellently done."
Rest Shooting Thla Week.
The famous 23 special Winchester
given for the beat S-shot score, 5 for
the seoood best S-shot score. Its easy
to mate a good shot with rest. Io
door Rifle range 10-23-1 t
Four Great Mualc.l Artiste.
The first number of the Lyceum En
tertainment Course will appear, Sat
urday. October 81, 1908. This is
doubtless tbe best musical attraction
that will be given in Grants Psss this
season. Don't miss it The best
number of the ooutse. Admission 75c.
Season tickets fourttractlons 13.00
Season Isale, Tuesday, October 27th
Itl0.a. n. Ifor holders of
tickets, others one day later.
Get nur NEW PRICES on Amer
ican FENCE. Hair-Riddle Hdwe. Co.
rThejewinb. a Hallowe'en KcclaUt
Prekbvterian Church parlor., Friday
JTeTiing at 8 o'clock. Come and see
the srwioki Mjjgpw. Peartnejro
'lantern drill ,
end oonsnlt the
U'h who will read
Admission, induing re-
frefbmenU. 10 cents.; 10-231 t
Strne Crrcks, ore-half
jjals"at Cramer Bros. ,
FASS. OREGON, OCTOBER
1 I I I I 1 l"I I 1 1 I 1 I Hi l l
4 LOCAL EVENTS.
A bank has been established in
Talent, opening lts'donra last Friday.
Window gla'S at Hair-Riddles.
Richmond Pearson Hobeon; of Kiss
ing fame, will visit Grants Pass Sat
urday Oct. 24, and speak on behalf of
The law firm of Colvig & Dorhain
has been dissolved. Mr. Durham will
coutinne the practice in Grants Pass.
Bay your stiff hot at Harth'a the
Clothiers "np-to snuff" Stiff Hats,
Sale prices "Harths". 10-23-1 t
Corvallis citixeos are organizing
Booster's Association and as a starter
have determined to raise t!0HO to be
used for advertising.
An txhibit building his been
erected uear the depot at Roseburg
and a fine display of the products of
that section installed.
Mr. Farmer, are von going to need
plow or barrow this fall? If so take
a look at that fine line the Hair-Kiddle
Hdwe. Co. has this year.
A walnnt luttitate will be held In
McMinuvillu duriug the early winter.
Lecturers will be given on walunt
culture, harvesting aud marketing.
A China Pheasant killed near
Jefferson last week turned oat to be
a valuable bird, as a diamond worth
tOO was found in its crop.
Stop that leaky roof by covering it
with Rex Fiintkots Roofing. The
best prepared roofing made. Sold
only by Hair-Riddle-Hdwe. Co.
Governor Haskell filed a suit last
Friday, asking fftOO.OOO damages of
Win. R. Hearst for slander and libel.
Service was made on Hearst in his
stateroom on Union Paclfio train at
Salem held her first market day
sale last week and 11500 worth of
goods were auctioned off. Salemltes
intend to make market day a perma
nent institution and hold the sales
every two weeks. Besides the goods
sold at pnblio auction the stores are
All steel harrows in three styles at
Hair-Riddle Hdwe. Co.
H. M. , Com of Medford who was
convicted of a statutory crime at tbe
recent term of conrt in that city and
senteaoed to serve seven years at hard
labor In the penitentiary, has been
granted a s'ay of eieoution pending
the result of. his appeal'to the higher
The skatlag masquerade at tbe
Coliseum rink Tuesday evening was
an.! enjoyable affair to both partici
pants and oo lookers The costumes
wen of all kinds and the skating like
wise, good, bad and Indifferent. Fred
Roper was awarded tbe prise as tbe
best sustianed gentleman character;
Mias Irma Sill, as tbe best sostained
lady character: Miss Evelyn Mitchell
waa the best lady skater and John
Mock the best gentleman skater.
A Chicken pie supper will be given
by tbe Baptist church on the evening
of November 8. 10 18 8t
J. D. Drake and son Russel, have
just returned from a two weeks hant
ing trip with Jack Hanseth on Upper
Deer Creek. They report a good
time and plenty of camp meat Twice
on the triD their pack horse rolled
down a steep incline, bnt esoaped
injury. They had few more acci
dents, but these only contributed to
the exoitement and pleasure of 'the
Got oar NEW PRICES on AMERI
CAN FENCE. Hair-Riddle Hdwe.Oo.
Since the raius the local fishermen
have been having plenty of sport,
the fishways placed in the Rogue
River below this olty having beeo
washed ont by the high wate.', al
lowing tbe fish to ascend In large
numbers.. They are so plentiful now
that persons crossing tbe bridge see
large numbers of them jumping in
the stream just below the old dam.
The Supreme Conrt of the state of
Washington has upheld the validity of
tbe direct primary law, but declined
to pass upon the question as to wheth
er nomination for congressmen and
I preferences for United States Sena
tors are properly a part of the state
primary law, as they were not issues
In the cases before the court.
John P. Dunkle, a former resident
of Grants Pass, died at his borne in
Portland last Friday night, after a
lingering illness. Mr. Dunkle was
horn in McArthur Town, Athens
rnnntv. Ohio. February 9. 1834. In
Benton oonnty, O., be was elected
treasurer for two terms and one term
as assessor. He moved to Iowa in
idti - - .4 t,MA mbh latfr mnved to
, N.v.f where be became In-
U rested la mining. He served one
term in tbe Nevada legislature, and
- 1 .. knownMnTtr,.t ,tte. ?In
11891 Mr. Dunkle moved to Uranu
Pass, and six years later came to
Portland. He la Jsorvlvedlby one son
and two daughters D. W. Dunkle"of
20 Blair, Nev. ; Miss Jennie, of Portland
and a married daughter
You don't have to be a property
owner to vote at the special city elec
tion on tbe 27th.
A crew of mea picking up the waste
pa pur ami other trash from the gutters
and along the streets, this week im
proves appearance' considerably.
A splendid new line of Cast and
Steel Plows at Hair-Riddles
Mies Hazel Hodkioson came up
from Eugene Sunday to spend a
month here with parents and frieud.
Mii-s Hodkinson is bookkeeper at the
Eugene Dye Factory.
The time to plant bulbs Is during
the next 30 days. Nothing will add
more to the attractiveness of our
town than tbe display of colors pro
duced at very little expense by these
beautiful combinations. For sale at
Sngar Hue Store. 10 23 at
Oil heaters that give satisfaction at
Hair-Kiddle Hdwe. Co.
Have you secured your tickets for
tbe "Four Great Musical ArtiBte,"
Saturday, October 1st? Tbe best
musical attraction to be given this
season. Stay at home and you will
be sorry. Seats rn exchange fur
holders of season tickets, Tuesday,
October 27th, at 10 a. m. Single
Admission tickets. 75o on sale Wed
nesday. Season tickets 2.00.
This morning when No. 14 was
pulling in, Mrs. Nancy Anderson, a
passenger fell off about 200 yards be
fore the train stopped. She was
standing on tbe platform of the
chair car and it is supposed became
dizzy aud lost her balanoe. She
struck on her shoulder in the gravel
aed though badly shaken up no bonta
were broken. Dr. Loughrldge was
called and came with his buggy in
which the lady was conveyed to the
home of Sheriff Russel where aha was
intending to yMt. She was accom
panied by Mrs. Sarah York who re
sides on tbe Applegate.
Ballon or by the
By the gallon or
Leave orders with A
North 8th street.
At Cripple Creak
Walter Arlngton has in Hal Raid's
"At Cripple Creek" In every sense an
Idyl of the Rocky Mountains. It is a
simple story of western lire wt i in
the author's best atyle, and Is a
ir.m.Hn nn cf srreat power and
beauty. Its rathos moves the heart,
and there are a number of amoslng
comedy scenes interspersed throughout
the play, that serve to brighten tbe
intense situations, which develop in
the enfolding ptJh&rn s-Th
types of - character are true to the
locality the rearing slopes of Colo-
rado'a lofty Peaks. Its men ana
women move In an atmosphere of true
nobility the nobility of honest pur
pose, courage and sympathy.
Joe May field, the gold miner, whose
heart is big enough to shield the or
phan and protect the weak whose
character Is a sermon to mankind la
the hero of the play, and Mr. Reld
has given the stage a type of Amerl
can of whloh his oonntrynien may
well feel proud. This splendid at
traction will be presented at heiBT Model
Grants Pass opera bouse one night,
only Tuesday, October 87th by Walter
Arington'a big metropolitan company,
with complete special scenery and
mechanical effects. Prices 85, 50, 75
and l. 10-28 It
Tnere will be a meeting of those In
tereated in irrigation at S o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, October 28 at
the Commercial Club in Grants Pass.
The oommittee which bas had the ir
rigation investigation in charge, hav
ing completed and filed tbe articles
of Incorporation of an Irrigation com
pany now ask all tbe friends of irrlga
tion to come together and assist In
completing tbe organization by the
election of 14 directors who will elect
the executive ofHoers of the company
Thnee who niwt to 'be benefitted by
irrigation should tie present at mis
meeting and assist in the completion
of tbe Important work.
By order of the committee,
J. G. RIGGS, Secretary
Enamelled ware at
count at Cramer Bros.
25 per cent die-
The Rebekabs will serve an excel
lent chicken pie sapper on Toesday,
November 8d. 5 p. m. (election day)
at I. O. O. F. halL 10-28 2t
KEEP YOUR TICKETS
Between MONDAY, OCT. 12th and SATURDAY, OCT. 24
Drawing Monday October 26
Cents' Prize Own choice of famous $3 Nugget Hat at Geo. S.
Calhoun Co. store. Ladies Prize One doz. Photos at
Grant- Pass Art Studio, ojiixisite Court House.
Wh have just received in a large
shipment from the factory, and wc
offer the following
New Kink Pot Covers 5 . 5
Family Dippers... .10
Wonder Egg Beaters .10
Soup Strainers 15
Buffalo Sieves 20
Handy Sifters 25
Oil Stove Tea Kettles .30
Egg Poachers 50
Cereal Cookers 1.25
Galo Wash Boilers.. 1.25
Savory Roasters 250
Copper Wash Boilers
and many others
Special 25 per cent
discount on Amethyst
ODD FELLOWS BLOBK
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
News Notea From ths Buslnt
Men to Readers.
Dr. Flanagan, .
Physlolan and Dentist
Go to Co run for Plumbing.
J. E. Petersoa, Pioneer Insurance Mas.
ForTtfjars atHalr.Rlddle Hdw Co,
M. Clemens, Preaunption Druggist.
Stone jars and oburns at Hair-R 14
A splendid tins of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's
Alfred Letcher, Registered Optosa
etrist aod Jeweler In Dixon aoM stand.
Front street Eyes tested free.
Keep yoor Stock In good coodilioai
by giving them Prussian Stock Food
Cramer Bros., agents.
Bert Barber, of Eltoo, Wis., aays
"I have only taken four doses of Da
Witts Kidney and Bladder PIUs an4
they have done for me more than any
other medicine has ever done. Sold
Oct. 24-25 Fourth Annual Conven
tion of churches of Christ in H to
McGinn at Open
Oct 27 Tuesday "At Cripple Creek, M
Oct. 80, Friday Hallowe'en Hoc la
given by Ladies of Presbyterian
church in church parlors.
Oct. 81, Four Great Musical Artists
First nomber of the Lyceum ouoraa.
Nov. 9, 8 "Ekhardta Ideals" at span
Nov. 8, Tuesday (Election day)
Chicken dinner at L O. O. F. iisd
6 p. ra.
Nov. 4-" Flaming Arrow" at
Nov. 19-Lee Willard In "A
Relation" at 0era House.
Nov. 2rt-"The Holy 01ty"ak
Drive the dampness ont of that rousm
where there is no stove with a PER
FECTION OIL HEATER. Sold by
Hair-Riddle Hdwe. Co.
Woolen blankets washed! wit how
shrinking at 2o per pair for 80 day
only Frenob Laundry. Phone btiL