Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, November 20, 1908, Image 5

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    ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. NOVEMBER 20. 1908
Now The Time
To buy a Hot Water
Bottle.
For a few days only
ve sli all sell a regular
$1.25 bottle at 82e.
These bear our print
ed guarantee on each
bottle for one year.
Take a look at our
window and you will
realize that this is in
deed a special sale.
Sabins Drug Store
BORN.
Mr.. M. E. Raefly left Thursday
for . month, ti.it with horn, folks
at jilanor, Wash.
J- Q. Jarvis. the Gold Hill ding,
gist .pent Wednesuay in Qrant, Pass
on business.
Two huudred-ten thousaud-io-qaire
of Commercial Club.
Misses Oro WilUon and Bertha
Kennedy soeut Saturday and Sunday
in Grants Pass.
Mrs. Sam White is tired of buying
.Uuu couee. sue buy.
tfomenGate whole
it
Folger's
roast and grinds
at Hair-
Qmni, weigh ana manure everything you
fruy American Grocer.
For
Thanksgiving
We have
New English Walnuts, per It).... 20
' New Soft Shell Almonds, per lb. .20
New Brazil Nuts (Nigger toes).. 20
New Filberts and PIneNuts 20
New Seeded Raisins, 16 OZ....12H
New English Currants 12
New Seedless SultanaRalslns.very
good 12 Vi
New Black Figs, 10c, 3 It) for.... 25
New Cape Cod Cranberries, very
fine.
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
Eastern Sheled Pop Corn (the
,ktnd ti.st pops.
Satnpsou'r Boiled Cider (tor that
mlcce meat.
Sampson's Sweet Cider (filtered).
Fancy Carolina Head Rice.
New Japan Rice.
Fresh Self - Rising Buckwheat
Flour (the finest ever).
Johnson's Sliced Pineapple 30
Tillman's whole Pineapple, 3 lb
D ran 30
OUK SPECIALS
"Singapore" Sliced Pineapple ..10
Plmolas (Stuffed Olives) 10
New Cod Fish,, middles and 21b
bricks.
New Mackerel, each 15
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee 20c,
25c, 30c, and 40c (none bet
ter Is there?) ,
All the leading varieties ol Teas.
Will have Oranges, Bananas,
Celery, Lemons, etc.,
White House
Grocery
Perfection Oil Heaters
Riddle Hardware Co's.
D. C. Hefley leaves tomorrow even
ing for bis home in the Forty Mile
Coontry, Alaska. While Id Grant.
Pass this fall he has purchased several
pieces or. property, among
others a residence in the Lincoln Park
addition, which will nltimately be
occupied by himself and wife. Mr.
Heflty remained in the north during
the summer. The return journey
from Grants Pass to Forty Mile is a
very tedious one. involving many
tops and delays. After reaching
Seattle a boat is taken as far as
Skagway, Alaska, some 1000 mile,
further on; from that place to White-
norse tne way is over the fnm
White Pass and Ynkou railroad; then
by stipe and trail to destination, the
entire trip requiring anywhere from
15 to 40 days.
Old papers for sale. Two bunches
for 5c until the present lot is gone.
Taze Hsi An, the Dowager Empress
of China, autocrat io head of the
government, which she has directed
without successful interference sinoe
1861, died November 15. Kwang
Hsu, who field the title of emperor,
died the day before. Prince Pa Yi.
the three-year -old too of Prince Chun,
the Regent of the Empire, was placed
upon the throne.
Nine foot cedar anchor posts for
woven wire fence at Hair-Riddle
Hardware Co's.
Harvey W. Browne, publisher of
the Silvertonian Appeal spent a
couple of days in Grants Pass last
week, transacting basinets and re
newing acquaintances. Mr. Brown
was formerly a resident of this oity
having held the position of foreman
on the old Mining Journal Friends
here are pleased to know that he Is
conducting a prosperous business at
Silverton.
The people of Grants Pass regret to
learn of the burning of the Goldbach
Qulnlan raoch'on the night of Novem
ber 17th, the aocount of which is giv
en in the Fruitdale column of this is
sue. Bicycle Hospital at Cramer Bros.
Excursion to the City of Mexico.
On Tuesday, December lbtn, me
Southern Pacific Company will run
an excursion train from San Francis
co to the City of Mexico and return
Tickets may be purchased at Grants
Pass for this excursion for $93.40,
round trlD. first-cluss, with stop
over privileges, limited to return
February 15th. Come and see me
about this trip If you contemplate
making It or write to me and I will
eo and see you or send a man. Mr.
W. H. Jenkins of the General Pass
enger Agont's office, Portland, Ore
will nlso take pleasure In seeing you
thia trlD. or Mr. Emll Pell of
Ashland will arrange all details.
R. K. MONTGOMERY,
Aeeiu a. r. o.
MARX HODK.INSON At the home
or the Dride s parent., Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Hodkinson, at Grants Pass,
Ore., Mondav, November 18, 1906,
thnetian Marx and Miss Hazel
HodiiDson, both of Eugene, Rev.
A. R. Maclean officiating.
The bride was formerly an emnlove
of the Pacific States Telephone office
at this place and has nianv friends
here. Mr. Marx is the proprietor of
the Eugene Dye Works. The bride
and groom left Monday noon foi Port
land, where they will spend their
oneymoon, later returning to Eugene
to reside, followed by the belt wishes
of a host of friends, who nnita In
wishing them a bright and prosperous
wedded life.
BALDWIN WILKENSON At Med-
rord. November 9, 1908, O. H. Bald,
win of Grants Past and Miss Zoma
WilkHwon of Harden, Oolo, Rev.
Goold-r officiating.
Mr. Baldwin is a comparatively new
comer in this country and is engaged
in the Harth Clothing store. Tboy
reside on a small orohard tract north
of the oity, which is rapidly becom
ing one of the beautiful phoes on
North Sixth Street.
LOVERIDGE At his home near
Engeoe, Saturday, November 14,
1908, Rev. 1). E. Loveridge, aged
84 years.
Rev. Loveridge was well known io
this city, having preached many times , membership to 140 and making them
11-13-
Rex Flintkote Roofing Is rain
.of vdnd proof and sun proof.
-,,iwi in stock and sold only by
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co's.
A. U. BANNARDj
The North Sixth Street Furniture Dealer
Has sec.red the exclusive agency for
this county of the Ostermoor Mat
tress Co. pave a lare sh,Pment n
way also" Cook's Linoleum Tin
fine and medium furniture, yon will not
find such an assortment or price n
Southern Oregon. Goods -old for ca h
:ilm0nt. n an. iouiuuo ,
On mam""'- r .
-At Grants Pass.Saturday.
Nov. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Swartz, a son. ,
DIED.
i-H-M-M-Hiim 1 1 1 ij- SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
PERSONAL ITEMS. t;SVARTZ
Ben Evans returned hn.,. cj.
fromTooanab. Ne. J MAKUED.
LOCAL EVENTS.
MM I 1 l l.M-H-
4
M MM-l
Don't forget to atteud the Good
Roads Coven t Ion.
J. N Johoion has accepted the'ap
pointroent as deputy district attorney
in place of A. O. Hough, resigned.
Copious showers Tuesday Wedursday
and Thurs. nights were generally wel
comed. Rayo Lamps at Halr-Rldle Hard
ware Co's.
Commencing Sunday, November 2i,
the general delivery window at the
postoffice will be open from IS to 1 p.
ni. instead or 10 to 11 a. m.
A new lease has been taken by ths
government on the present quarters
of the postoffice in the Masonio boild
ing for a term of 10 years at aa an
nual rental of 1730.
The meeting of the Rcgne River
Frait Exchange will be held at the
opera bouse tomorrow Instead of the
Commercial Club Rooms as at first
announced. The speaking will begin
at 2 p. tn.
Gray Building Paper at Halr-Rld-dle's.
Henry Van AUnieo, one of the
owners of the Richards store at Mer
lin, who was burned in his attempts to
extinguish the fire but is getting over
bis injuries nicely, was in the city
one day this week.
The Modern Woodmen of America
took in a class of IS members Tuesday
i evenloe. the addition raising their
News Notes From tha Business
Man to R.evdere.
in the Episcopal church; his visits
here gaining him many warm friends.
Until 1907 he served as rector of 8t
Mary's Episcopal church at Eugene,
at that time retiring from the minis
try and devoting bis time to the frait
industry. Three daughters survive
him, Miss Emily Loveridge, superia
tendent of the Oood Samaritan hospit-
tal, Portland, and Misses Ruth and
Mrya Loveridge of Eugene. Miss
Ruth Loveridge was at one time a
resident of this city, engaged in the
photograph bnslnness,
HYDE In Grants Pass at South
Pacific Hospital, November 17, 1908,
Frank Hyde of Laurel Grove, Ore.,
agea id years.
Deceased was the sou of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Hyde, residing at Laurel
Grove near Murphy, and was taken
sick about six weeks ago. Despite all
that loving care and the beat of medical
attentioo could do for him, he con
tinned to grow worse. A week ago he
was brought to the South Paoiflo
Hospital of this city, where he passed
a way on Tnesday. He is mourned by
a large circle of friends, besides his
family, to whom the loss is irrepar
a Die,
Reduced Railroad Rates
For the following occasions re
duced rates on the certificate plan
will be in effect from Grants Pass.
Tickets will be sold on any of the
three days prior to or on the open-
Inging day:
Eugoue Ore., Nov., 2"th & 29th,
Annual Boys Conference, Y, M. C.
A., McMInnvllle, Dec. 4th and 6th,
Annual State Convention, Y. M. C.
A
Annual Convention Northwest
Fruit Growers Association Portland
Dec. 2, 3, 4
Annual Convention State Dairy
Association, Salem. Dec. 10-11.
For further Information Inquire
of R. K. Montgomery,
Agent S. P. Co. 11-13-tf
NEWMAN M. E. CHURHC.
The pa.tor will preah morning and
evening. At the' morning hour the
chorus choir will render another new
anthem and at the evening service A
S. Reits will sing solo "My
Mother's prayer." Sunday shool at
10. H. L. Gilkev, supt Junior
Leagoe at ?. Mrs. M. O. Findley,
superintendent. Ep worth League at
6:80, D. H. Stovall, President. The
Leagoe service will be an espeoiaUy
nrenared Missionary program In
charge of the Standard Bearers
There wlU be special music and a solo
by A. S. Reitz. We cordially Invite
the public to all these services.
Pink Building Paper at Hair-Rid
die's.
The city cooncil held a meeting
Thursday evening In the Dew room
over the city hall. The new chambers
have been nioely fitted op, with
lineoleum on the floor, new chairs
and the walls decorated with
numerous pictures. A fraacblse was
granted to the Rogue River and
Southern Railway for tha ose of the
streets on Sixth and to the terminal
on F." The petition of J property
or
at this stow to get the lo.CBtpr.ccs.
I A. U.
BANNARDj
owners wno uesirea hi improve aau
grade street, was fallowed with the
PDiVn-tDliDg that !tb shotting
tiroieity wliooi'i stand the expense.
The ordinances covering blocks 88 and
44," forpotting linj the sewer and
Petitious wit" rwt-ived from rwnHlents
the second largest beneficial lodge In
the city. After the business of the
evening a social session was iodugled
in, . winding op with a sumptuous
banquet
FOR SALE Dining room furni
ture, book case, hat rack, etc. Geo.
P. Cramer, 620 N 3d St. 11-13-tf
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Rogue River Frait Ex
change Saturday, November SI. (to.
morrow) at p. m. at the Grants
Pass Opera Hon Be. The matter
of purchasing spray material will be
discussed and other business taken
care of. The prlnolpal and most Im
portant feature of the meeting will
be the presence of Profe.sor P. J.
O'Gara, of the Horticultural Depart
ment, of Washintgoo, D. O. who will
give an instructive and interesting
talk about orchard conditions In this
part of the Rogue River Valley.
Get a Universal meat cutter at
Hair-Riddle's and you will save the
price of It In one month It you will
use it aa much as possible.
Wro. King, who presides over the
Churchill Vineyard foor miles from
town In the Frultdale district passed
one more of life's mile posts last
Sunday and the occasion was oele
brated by a birthday dinner, to
which several Grants Pass friends
were Invited. Tha gnesta from this
city were ;Mr. and Mrs. E. u
Churohlll and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Rlggs. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur E. Barrough and son, Mr.
and Mrs. E. V. Ingles and daughter.
A handsome rocking cnair was
presented to Mr. King.
First Oregon Legion N. P. L. held
a social session in M. W. A. hall last
Friday uight over 100 were1 present
Wilier Dodse showed evidence of
having been there before" io a dar
key sketch. By debate it was firmly
decided that man Is not a ires moral
agent Mrs. Megargle, Miss Caldwell,
and Miss Meiers added to the enjoy
ment with recitation, song and in
strumental nius'c Mr. McCraoken,
made a great hit with his paper" Le
gioo News" and a trio composed of
Messrs. Mlnch, Fitzgerald and
Dodge brought down the boose with
their "Peanuts." After the program
the refreshments served by the ladies
were amply appreciated.
James H. Poyoer, a carpenter by
trade, is a recent arrival from Califor
nia as is also Earl A. fake, a farmer
from Texas. These gentlemen both
came originally rrom iseoraaza, ine
one going to California and the other
to Texas, and both with the same
idea io view, that of finding a desir
able place to ; locate. Aftrr spending
some time In the respective states
they determined that another move
was desirable, and this time they
moved together and as a result are
now In the city. They have rented
the Eallen tract fnear ;tbe 'old power
bouse, consisting !of 19 acres and
will cultivate the Pnd while waiting
to aatisfy themselves that Grants Pass
is really the place they wish to make
their permanent borne. Mr. Drake
will look after the crops while Mr.
Poyoer works at his trade, should he
be successful in finding employment.
After a time, if satisfied with this
country, (and they are sore to be)
tbey will purchase homes for them
selves.
Dr. Flanagan,
Physician and Dentist
Go to Corun lor Plumbing.
J. E. Petersoa, Pioneer Insurance Man.
M. Clemens fmnunption Druitvist.
A splendid line ol Royal Charter Oak
RaiiKes etCornn't
Alfred Letcher, Reaistered Optoin
etrii-t aud Jeweler in Dixon sold stand,
Front stieet Eys tested free.
Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis., sav)
"Ihaveouly taken four doses of De
Witts Kidney aud Bladder Pills and
they have none fur we more than auy
other medicine has ever doue. Sold
by Model Drug Store.
Special sale on blaukets and comforts
for two weeks at Gardner A Co.
Elbert Veatch was greatly sur
prised this week on the oocasion of
his 29th birthday, a host of friends
having descended upon the oozy Veatuh
home on North Third street in the
evening. The guests were all dressed
in Juvenile costumes and each brought
to the young 89-year old a present
some were tin whistles, toy building
blocks, toy carpeater tools and many
others of a similar nature. Childreu's
gsm's were played throughout the eve
niog, aod when the handsome birth
day cake waa cut they .all ate with
truly children's appetites. The oooa
sioo was a highly enjoyable one from
first to last
Agents for Tompkins' Glove fitting
corsets Gardner & Co. 11-18 tf
Prof. O'Brien has been Interviewing
the business men of this city for the
purpose of Mooring subscriptions to
defray the expense of painting the
beautiful picture of Grants Psas so
that It may become the property of
the Commercial Club. The picture is
very highly praised br competent ar
tists and is admitted to be worth
fully 500 and some place the valoe
higher. As Prof. O'Brleo Is a pobllo
spirited man he has said that if S128
were raised be would acoept that
amount and torn the picture over to
the dab, though $135 would not begio
to compensate him for the time spent
In painting It So far about one-half
of the necessary sum has bean secured.
It Is to be hoped that the balance
will be forthcoming at an early day
as the painting will be of great valoe
to Grants Pass for ose in advertising
In booklets, eto., aod to place on ex
hlbltioo at the Alaska-Yokon-Paolflo
and other like affairs. From the
pictore strangers and homeseekers
would be able to see for themselves
and form mo idea of the beauties and
magnitude of Grants Pass and
vicinity.
The local Milling and Lumbering
firm of Kesterson and Heokle have
closed their mills and delivered their
lumber. This firm Is one of our lar
gest operators, having when running
full force, about 100 men In their em
ploy.
And Serve with Proper
Trimmings, get a Set of
Landers,
Frary and
Clark
Carvers
For Roasting the
Turkey, there is nothing
better than the
Savory or Lisk
Enamelled
Roasters
Cramer Bros.
ODD FELLOWS BLOBK
"WORTH REMEMBERING
- Housekeepers shoold bear In mind,
that when asked by canvassers or ro
of rs to purchase a phosphate baking
powder, ibat if they value their
health they will refuse such powder.
Phosphate baking powder is mad
from bornlog the bones, gathered at
slaughter houses, whether from die
eased animals or not It Is then
mixed with a eolation of oil of vitriol.
Such baking powder sells for 85
cents a pound. .
Be on the safe side and proteot your
health by demanding the Pure Cream
of Tartar kind, which is made from
the purest of grapes.
Read the label and don't be de
ceived. I0-t0.8c
Lands for flnle.
Ten acres fine alfalfa, frnlt and
berry lmd, five acres in cultiva
tion, three acres in alfalfa. Small
bouse, quarter of a niile from nioe
little town school, church and R. R.
station. Must be sold in 10 days.
Address Box 517, Wooville, Ore.
11 20 4t
Lost $50 Reward.
About October 10, one diamond
ring, tiger claw setting, old gold
finish. Address P. O. Hox C Grants
Pass. 11-20 1
Rifles, shot gons, ammunition and
Fishing Tackle at Cramer Dros.
Building paper
Hardware Co's.
at Halr-Rlddle
COMING EVENTS.
Thursday, Kor. 20, Dance at Savage
Creek halL tickets, including sappe.
and horse feed, 1150. 11-18 3 1
Nov. 86 "The Holy City" at opera
Hoose.
The NEW KINK Pot cover should
be In every kitchen; ask to see them
at Cramer Bros.
Nearly every town In the state has
held or will in the future have a good
roads convention.
Heaters, Heaters and Heaters at
Cramer Bros.
of I.jpixiln Park aking for the ezten
nl..o tf'sewer, water and lights. The
ctirDi)tl)ilU were ordered paid. M
if you want an inside finish tnat
will not wear nor scratch and one
that you can wash with hot water,
get CHIN AM EL at Hair-Riddle's.
Again I want to call
your attention to
Coffee
It's my own Special Blend the very best tobe had
for the money anywhere.-.
I make a specialty of fine Coffees and Teas, and
anything sold by me may be relied upon
as to both quality and quantity
Gibson's Grocery
Front Street, opposite Depot.
Phone 61 Grants Pass, Ore.