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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON. NOVEMBER 27. 1908
Now The Time
To buy a Hot Water
For a few days only
we shall sell a regular
$1.25 bottle at 82e.
These bear our print
ed guarantee t on eac-h
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
Count, vcigK and measure ettrythinq you
s Auv American Grocer,
New English Walnuts, per lb .'...20
New Soft Shell Almonds, per tb. .20
New Brazil Nuts (Nigger toes).. 20
New Filberts and PlneNuta. 20
New Seeded Ralslns.16 OI....12H
New English Currants 12
New Seedless BultanaRalsins.very
New Black Figs, 10c, 3 lb for.... 2 5
New Cape Cod Cranberries, - very
Citron, Orange and Lemon Feel.
Eastern Sbeled Pop Corn (the
.kind t.'.ft pops.
Sampsou'r Boiled Cider (for that
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, 31b
"Singapore" Sliced Pineapple ..10
Pimolas (Stuffed Olives) 10
New Cod Fish, middles and 2 lb
New Mackerel, each 15
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee 20c,
25c, 30c, and 40c (none bet
ter is there!) ,
All the leading varieties of Teas.
Will have Oranges, Bananas,
Celery, Lemons, etc.,
I A. U. BANNARDl
The North Sixth Street Furniture Dealer
Has sectred the exclusive agency for
this county of the Osternioor Mat
tress Co. HHave a large shipment on
the way also Cook's Linoleum ;in
fine aDd medium furniture, you will not
find such an assortment or prices in
Southern Oregon. Goods sold for cash
or on installment plan. You must buy
at this store to get the lowest prices.
! A. U. BANNARD
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Jnde Nolan, was greeting friends in
tb is city this week.
The work of placing the piers acre!
Rogue River for the new bridge is go
ing oo rapidly.
American Fence at Hair-Riddle's.
H. L. Andrews and family spent
Thanksgiving at Medford, returning
Corn Poppers at Hair-Riddle's.
G. H. Pease who resides at Placer,
was a Grants Pass visitor early in
Chat. Short of Merlin spent several
days in town this week and was a wel
come caller at the Courier office
, Mrs. L. M. Kane returned Monday
morning to her home at San Fran
cisco Monday morning after having
viBited her mother Mrs. J. T. Tuffs
and other relatives.
M iff Addie Robinson, who has been
attending the University was called
home tbis week by the sickness and
death of her brother Arthur. She
reached here on the noon train Thurs
day, too late to see him alive.
FOR SALE Dining room furni
ture, book case, hat rack, etc. Geo.
P. Cramer, 620 N 3d St. 11-13-tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bateham and
children leave Monday and expect
to be gone for about two weeks.
Mr. Bateham will go to Portland and
Spokane to arrango for the apple ex
hibits oi Josephine county and Mrs.
Bateham wlh visit her former home
of Hood River.
Chas. V. Henkle, secretary and
treasurer of the milling and lum
ber firm of Kesterson & Henkle, left
Monday for an eastern visit. He
will meet Mrs Henkle in Colorado
and they will continue their trip
until such time, toward spring, as
Mr Henkle will need to return for
spring opening of their lumber
A deplorable accident occurred at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Boll three
miles from Murpby, last Saturday after
noon, when little Freda, their 3-year-old
daughter was shot by her 11 year
old bather. The boy had been bunt
ing and after returning borne ws tak
ing the shells out of his gun, a 22-long
when it was dischaiged, striking the
girl in the bead snd lodging at the base
of the brain. Dr. Smith was sent for
promptly and has since been in close
attendance. As we go to press he has
just been called again and the child is
in a critical condition with little hope
for her recovery.
Rex FUntkote Roofing is better
and cheaper than shingles. Sold
only by Hatr-Rlddle Hardware Co.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
At the morning and evening noun
of worship Rev. F. O. W. Parker,
secretary f the BaptUt State convention
will preach. Mr. Parker is just begin
ning this work, coming from Boston
wbers he has been awtihtant pastor with
Dr. P. 8. Henaen. Roy Hackett will
have charge of the Bible school at 11:45.
The Young People's meeting will be led
by Mrs. Lovutt. A debate "Resolved
that alien immigration to the United
Stales should be prohibited for the space
of 10 years," will occupy a part ol the
hoar. A cordial inviutioa is extended to
NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH.
Preaching morning and evening by the
pastor. Special music at both services.
Sundsy iSchool' st 10; H L QV.kty,
Supt; Juaior League at 3, Mrs M. C.
Findley tupt ; Ep worth League at 6:30.
D II Stovall, president.
Card of Thanks.
The undersigned wish to express
their sincere thanks to their friends
and neighbors who kindly rendered
their services during the sickness
and death of their beloved son and
brother. Mr. and Mrs. A .A .Hyde
LECLAIRE At Jerome Prairie on
November 24th. to Mr. and iMrs. Joe
lAtlaire a eon.
POOL CROOKS At Dryden, Tbnrs
1t,Nov. 26. 1908, Zera Pool and
Mis Nettie Crooks, at the Crooks
homestead, A, T. Sboeaiake, oificiat
ing. These young people are well known
in this city and a host of friends will
wish them a long, happy and prosperous
ROB1SSON Thursdar, Novomhcr 2fl,
1908. Arthur, sun of Mr. and Mrs R.
M. Robinson near Wilderviile, of
luterment in Wilderviile cemetery.
KOESCH-CIara Itabell age 1 year, 9
month and 20 days, a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. Koesch. died Thnrtdav,
November 28, 1908 at the family resi
dence 14 miles southeast of Orants
Pass, of pneumonia.
RUSH At his residence near Grants
Paw, Josephine county, November 24.
1908. after a linge-inti illness of several
years duration. Benjamin Rush, aged
t8 years, 11 months and 22 days.
Devested was born in Alabama on De
cember 2d, 1839. moved, wi'h his parents
to Arkansas in 1840. came to Oregon
in 1852 and settled in Lane county in
i!vo. moveu to joeepnine count in
1807 He was married in December 1872
to Miss Sarah Cuntrell. Four children
were the reult of this union, two anna
and two daughters, James Richard,
Mrs. Laura Mitchell of Crescent, Nev.
Mary Elizabeth, deceased, and Phillip
Joeepb. Deceased has one biotber
Samuel Rush of Crook rountv and one
sister. Mrs. John Calloway of Lsne
Tbe writer has been arauainted with
deceaKed (or more than 40 years ami ran
truthfully ssy that he was one of the
noblest works of Hod, an honest, up
right iuan, he placed honor above price
and while he scorned everything which
appeared to hias inesn and base, his
heart went out in pity to the poor, the
unfortunate and tbe suffering. He ac
ted well his part "In tbis brief little
journey over tbe istbmus down into the
tide, and always bad a kind and cheer
ful word for those whem he met on the
Vernon Bartlett and bride are vis
iting relatives in this city from Rose-
burg. This Is Vernon's first trip
to Grants Pass since he became a
Paint that wears Patton's Sua Proof
Paint is sold only by Cramer Bros.
Miss Maude Rast arlved from
Roseburg early In the week and viB
ited for a tew days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Clevenger, and
later went on to San Francisco.
Tbe Oliver Plow in chilled and steel,
always in stock at Cramer Bros.
Mrs. L. B. Wlckersham and baly
are In the city from their Portland
home, guests at the home of Mrs.
Wlckersham's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Umphlett Her many friends
are pleased to welcome her return
to the city even though it be for a
J. O .Pope, representing Joshua
Hendy Iron Works of San Francisco
is spending several days in this sec
tion, looking up the mining indus
try in the interest of his firm. The
JoBhua Hendy Company Is one of
the largest mining machine sup
pliers in the world.
' Flash," the antiseptic Hand Cleans
er (or sale by Oramsr Bros.
Pittsburgh Perfect Fenoe, Field,
Razorback and Poultry at Cramer
Not in New York,
But in Grants Pass;
Not in Sample
But in Stock.
'iave JU8t received
our fir6t import or
der direct from the Theo
dore Haviland factory in
France and the complete
sets are now on display.
We also have in stock
the Haviland & Co.
china and you should
grasp this opportunity
to see these elegant lines.
Open Saturday y Evenings
HALL'S ART STORE
Store Telephone 1051
Residence Telephone 1053
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j LOCAL EVENTS. !
I I I I l"l"V TT'I I 11 H"I-
American Fence at Hair-Riddle's.
No one has been heard to com
plaint this week of the dry weather
Elmer Shank took in the foot ball
game at Portland between the Ag
ricultural College and the U. of O.
There is only one sugar beet fac
tory in Oregon It is located at La
Grande where 20,000 tons of beets
will be handled this season.
W. J. Roberts, the engineer in
charge of the Fish IaV water prop
osition at Medford, has spent several
days In Grants Pass this week.
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of the Rogue River
Fruit Exchange tomorrow (Satur
day) afternoon to discuss the mat
ter of spray material. Owiug to
the importance of the matters which
Prof. O'Gara had to talk of at the
meeting last Saturday, the buBlnes
part of that gathering was post
poned until tomorrow
For Elastic book cases see O'Neill;
they grow with the books.
The estimates given out by tbe
Reclamation Service show that Ore
gon contributed last year approxi
mately 31,387,413 to the reclama
tion fund, making her total contri
bution to June 31, 1908, 18,167.-
822. For the first time since the
reclamation law passed, Oregon
dropped from first to second place
on the list of contributors, due to
the boom in land sales in North Da
kota. An exhibit of magnificent apple),
the kind raised in this part of the
famous Rogue River Valley, adorn
ed the stage of the opera house oa
Saturday during the meeting of the
Fruit Exchange and on Monday for
the Good Roads Convention. The
stage from side to side was banked
with the beauties, and It Is safe to
say that no finer collection of ap
ples has ever been gotten together
in any place not only in the state
but In the world, for Rogue River
apples signify to the world the best.
A subscription amounting to $50
was taken up this week to defray
the expenses of sending the apple
exhibits to Portland 'and Spokane
for the apple shows there. The ex
hibit will be shipped tomorrow.
Miss Minnie Ireland la home again
after an absence of three months
.during which time she visited In
Minnesota Illinois, Missouri, Utah
and Colorado. She returna great
ly Improved In health. While in
Chicago ahe visited Miss Matilda
Barret, formerly of this place.
The treasurer of the Prohibition
party in Oregon has forwarded his
report to the Secretary of State,
that tbe sum of $566.08 was expend
ed for campaign purposes. Trc re
port was not sworn to, therefore not
copied. A. C. Mastors and F 'V.
Kercher, presidential electors, have
written to the Secretary of State
that they expended nothing for cam
paign expenses, but their letters
were not accompanied by the re
quired affidavit, and likewise could
not be accepted. These are the only
attempts, so far, to comply with the
corrupt practice act, and the legal
time for filing sworn statements has
The window of tbe White House
Grocery contains a display of "Jo
sephine county's Thanksgiving" tbis
week, conslstinr of boxes of tbe
most beautiful fruit imaginable,
There are boxes of Spltzenbergs,
Shannon Pippins, Black Twig, Ar
kansas Black, Arkansas Red, Yellow
Newtowns and Ben Davis apples.
Just to show that Josephine county ;
raises other fruit than apples, a box
o. luscious Fleming Beauty pears I
are Included, but the main exhibit is ,
of apples. The apples selected are
so perfect that they are atractlng a
great deal oi attention. Mr. Bob
xlen, when complimented on bis dls- '
play, remarked that with such fine
material a Rogue Hlver apples to
work with one could not help but ,
make an attractive display.
Agents for Tompkins' Olove fitting
corsets Gardner A Co. 11-18 tf
Garland Stoves and Ranges, the
world's beat, sold by Cramer Bros. !
.Millinery 6a In.
Mrs. M. P. Anderson is closing out
her entire winter stock at greatly
reduced prices, many things below
cost. Entrance, stairs back of the
First National Back.
Special sale ol Oraoite Wars with
25 per cent discount at Cramer Bros.
When looking for Chrirtmas gifta
remember that ths best stock of Sterling
and Plated Silverware will be found at
Fancy and plain crocheting taught.
1 Articles made to order. Mrs. Fisher,
1 116 E St., Grants Pass, Or. 11-2S-2U
SOME BARGAIN POINTERS
New Notes From th Business
Man to Haiders.
Physician and Dentist
Oo to Corun for Plumbing.
J. E. Peterson, Pioneer Insurance Man.
M. Clemens. Prescription Druggist.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Alfred Letcher, Registered Optoin
etrist and Jeweler In Dixon sold stand,
Front street. Eyes tested free.
Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis., says
"Ihaveoolv taken fonr dose of D
Witts Eidne'y and Bladder Pills and
they have done for nie more than but
other modiolus has ever done. Sold
by Model Drag Store.
Special sale on blankets and comforts
for two weeks at Garduer A Co.
Thomas J. Brlnkerhoff and wife
of Galice spent several days in the
city early In the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Clarke of
Glendale arrived here Thanksgiving
day to visit Mrs. Clarke's mother,
Mrs. R. W. Clarke departed Sun
day for . the City of Mexico whew
she will spend tne winter with a
sister. - -
There is a rumor afloat to the ef
fect that L. L. Jewell Is negotiating
for the purchase of the Lucas & Son
harness and Implement business.
American Fence at Hair-Riddle's.
M. J. Anderson of the local for
estry office, visited Portland for sev
eral days early In the week.
Misses Hat tie and Emma Telford
will leave Monday for Grluntll, 111.,
to spend the winter at least in the
hope of an Improvement in the for
mer's health. They have offered
their home for sale and alBo tholr
piano. Miss Emma Telford closed
her kindergarten Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Maxwell ar
rived Wednesday from Butler, Ind.,
to make this thotr uome. Mr. Max
well has been engaged in the horse
business and was a member of the
board of supervisors of his county,
resigning, to leave for Oregon.
Mrs. Maxwell's daughter, Mlsa
Abrams, arrived in the city a few
weeks ago and now haa desk room
la the Commercial Club and is do
ing public stenogrophlo and type
Lands for Hale.
Ten ao res fins alfalfa, frnit . and
berry land, Ave acres In cultiva
tion, three acres in alfalfa. Small
house, quarter of a mile from aloe
little town sohool, church and;R.R.
station. Mas be sold la 10 days.
Address Box 517, Woorivills, Ore.
mmi 11-20 4t
Honaekeepers should bear In mind,
that when asked by canvassers or gro
cers to purchase a phosphate baking
powder, that if they value their
health they will refuse soch powder.
Phosphate baking powder is made
from horning the bones, gathered at
slaughter houses, whether from dls
eased animals or not It Is then
mixed with a solution of oil of vitriol.
Snob baking powder sells for 30
cents a pound.
Be on ths safe side snd protect yonr
health by demanding the Pare Cream
of Tartar kind, which is made from
the purest of grapes.
Resd the label and don't be de
ceived. 10-50 oi
Coliseum Roller Rink
Thursday, Dec. 3
At 8 o'clock p. m.
G. P. High School
The High School has a fast little team and reinforced by
the services of Prof. Meilke Will put up a hard game
The Naggeta will defend the name of Grants Pasa withi
all teams this season. Come out and see them work.
DONT MISS THIS GAME
You can Spare the Money
Prelimenary game between picked tearaes of the High'
School Cirls. Two gflmcs for the price of one
Admission - 25 Cents
If Electricity can
weld other things,
why not Fence? and
that the electric
weld is an assured
success can be pro
ven to you if you
will call on us and
let us show you
We carry it in the
following sizes and
Regular Field Fence
39, 47, and 55 inches
Razorback Fence 4W5
Poultry and Garden
Fence 4G inches.
Every rod of fence
is guaranteed and
the prices are right.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Agents for Oliver Chilled Plows-
Quite likely some of
us, at times wish we
If so, call at our
store and we can
supply you, and re
member you can
get your wants; in
Phone 61, Front Street