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HOOUE RIVER m.IBR. GRANTS PASS, OREGON NOVEMBER 27. 1908,
Raisins, wurrams, g
Grapes. Cranberries, 1
Fancy Comb, Honey,
417 G St. Phone 86J
STILL COMING IN
MJbb Mable Darucill carried off
,,,uio in the Courier's Gol
. 'J.i.o Contest ror last week, for
, ,,, me largest number of
,. . ii ,,i i;)LKirm In advance for one
uinuiilit in 10 and gets
I'l'lzu of J3. Donald
. .. u me I- for bringing In
the second largest list.
I ii : Iju.IuU uio..tfiit In this wee'j
h. ; ilio position of the candl
biLes In the list somewhat, for MIsa
Diirnelll Juiupu up to first place and
tix'iu U a general shifting of the po
sitions. The Courier subscription list Is
Brewing steadily and by the time the
cunlest closes every man, woman
auad child In the county will have
timd an opportunity to subscribe for
the paper. If you have not yet been
asked to subscribe, leave word and
mama of the candidates will call on
Klght here we wish to drop a word
tm the advertising pubic: The
Courier is the most sought after
talked about and widely circulated
paper published In the county and If
ymu desire to have your advertising
rnu-Ji the greatest number of people
this Is the paper frir you.
..We are going to make another
Social Prlio offer of $5 to the con
CnOaut bringing In the greatest num
ber of new subscriptions paid one
ar in advance between now and
Uvonniber 10. This special offer
ebiurs Thursday ulght, December 10.
ti mull for the biggest list and a
fountain pen for the next largest list.
The standing of thn candidates as
cs-uiited Friday night Is as follows:
Mabel Darnelll 14725
Mild Reynolds. H.r.D. 1 11385
Itonuld Calvert 8970
Huh Smith 8430
Kdna Cornell 1400
Ntarl Kearna 1350
Hrln Mowers 1040
Ella Turner, Kerby 856
Ada Brockman, Merlin 475
Tracy Stith, Kerby 315
Marguerite South 205
Itule of Golden Kagle Contest.
shall close Tuesday, December 22,
at 10:30 oclock p. m. and no cou
pons mill be received after that
hour, except thce sent by mail,
which muBt show evidence by post
mark that they were niai'.ed ue.ure
I that hour.
I 2 Contestants shall be young
men and women under 20 years of
age. The contestant receiving the
j highest number of points will re-
will receive $60 in Golden Eagles.
The one receiving the next high
est number of points will receive
in In r.olden EaKles. In case
there shall be a tie for first or sec
!ond place the amounts will be
I equally divided between the contet
I ants tleing. Awards will be made
! as soon as possible after the con
3. A coupon good for 5 points
will be printed In each issue of the
Courier during the contest. These
may be clipped out and cast at
. , ' pinned together In
4. Coupons will be Issued from
this office as follows: 300 points
for each $1.60 received on subscrip
tion, or 2 points for eacn 1 cent
received on subscription. A spec
ial 600 point Yellow Certificate will
be Issued for each new subscription
accompanied by $1.50 In cash.
6. Cast all coupons at the bal
lot box at this office before the date
about the city and many new build
ings being erected.
The beautiful spring like weather
has again developed into a mild and
nleasant shower of rain, with some
. . ' i ....uniinrllnir mmintftsns.
Golden Eagle Contest snow ou uuc Bu.. ----- -
all or wnicn is very Bittinjiuft w
the farmers and miners.
The grain crops which were put
In this fall are looking fine and bid
fair to furnish bumper crops next
anmnipr While the good weather
lasts much additional grain is ue
lng put in. j
If you want the best fence on the
market for the least possible In
vestment get "American" woven
wire fence. Sold only by Hatr
Rlddle Hardware Co.
Residents of this section continue
to enlarge their orchards. R. F.
Lewman Intends to put out 25
acres of peaches and a considerable
number of Tokay grapes, increas
ing the size of his orchard and
vineyard to 60 acres.
Will Fields of Provolt left for
Grants Pass . Saturday where he
will work on the new steel bridge
across -Rogue River. This structure
Is much needed to accommodate the
traffic from the Applegate Valley
and other sections south of the city.
When this handsome new bridge is
completed apd the roads fixed up so
as to make travelling reasonably
comfortable, residents of the outly
ing districts will be glad to vlBlt
town oftener, and perhaps buy more
goods there. When the Williams
and Murphy roads are straightened
and Improved the Provolt farmers
will save a distance of from three
and a half to four miles on the trip
to Grants Pass.
Frank Bailey will soon have his
building completed on the Williams
and Applegate road. He Intends to
open a store and will give a house-
warming on Thanksgiving evening,
In the shape of a dance and general
social time. His numerous friends
will be there in full force.
American Fence at Halr-HIddle's.
A chicken supper was given at
the Cooper home Wednesday even
ing. The affair was largely attend
ed and much enjoyed.
American Fence at Halr-Rlddle's.
Thomas Lewman was at Williams
and Applegate this week transact
John McAllister of Applegate,
passed through Saturday enroute to
the county seat with a load of fine
beef which he readily disposed of
of to the City meat market.
George Matney of Provolt was at
Chaney Creek this week and while
there purchased a fine work horse
from Richard Lindsay. Mr. Matney
Everett Lewman of Provolt went
to Grants Pass Sunday to have his
knee operated on. While out hunt
ing last September he had the mis
fortune to run a knife blade In his
right knee. The wound was both
dangerous and painful and has given
him much trouble ever since. He
still walks with crutches but hopes
to bo able to discard them at an
American field and stock fence
47 IncheB high, which weighs 10
pounds to the rod at Hair-Riddle
Harley Mansfield of Applegate was
through here this week on his way
to Grants Pass to look after matters
connected with his mining interests,
and also visit his brother. Hob, who
conducts a Jewelry store In the city.
Will McAllister who has been
working in Grants Pass the past few
days returned home Sunday. He re
ports everything looking fine, in and
Christmas Presents at
Jewelry Store on Front St.
A few of the goods now in stock consist of
the following solid gold and gold filled
watches at prices that can't be beat for
warranted goods. Rolled plate gold filled
and solid gold ueck chains; lockets in
rolled plato, filled and solid gold; silver
thimbles, broaches, hat pins in gold and
filled; veil pins, beauty pins, hairpins, um
brellas, Seth Thomas clocks, 21 karat gold
plated, clocks, cuckoo clocks; silverware,
table plated ware 1817 Roger Bros, solid
silverware and noveltywaro; diamonds in
rings, broaches, lockets, stick pins and
watch cases; smoker sets with diamonds,
fountain pens, self fillers, and waterman's
pearl handled pens. remember that
jill goods will bf guaranteed as represented
or money refunded and when guaranteed
by the factory new ones will bo given iu ex
change for any that do not give satisfac
tion, Remembor the place
A. LETCH ER
Several parties of timber locators were
in Srlma lat wees. Judging! trom their
appearance thev certainly found no lack
American Fence at Hair-Riddle's.
Niel, Lwsely & Co. of Ashland have
been d'iviug cut' Is through (or feeding.
They met with soma Ions at Kerby from
Thoi. Killing and family o' lows irs
vimtinf at D. H. Hncom, They wUI
probably males their home in the
The storm did some damag to the
telephone line although it is still working.
The school gave an enteitainmeut and
limket loeia' at the school house the
evening of the 24' h for the purpose of
aiBing money (or a Christmas tree.
The iniflit was stormy aud the attendance
not lance but llm pioiefds were about
$14. Thty expect to have an entertain
ment Clirintmas eve.
A iere-enUtive of Wisconsin panics
has bt-D through tbii section looking for
Fred Moore from the Anderson mine
and Frank Klumra from Pine (Flat euch
prill a day in brims last week.
We wish the rditor a jolly Thanksgiv
ing with all that pernio 10 it.
American Fence at Halr-Rlddle's.
Rev. A.R. Maclean of the Newman
M. E. church preached to a very at
tentive audience here lust Sunday.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Mac
lean. You can stretch a 52 Inch Amer
ican woven wire fence over rough
ground Just as well as you cau a
single strand wire. American fence
is sold only by Hair-Riddle Hard
A very helpful addition to lust
Sunday's service was the beautiful
solo by A. S. Reitz, "My Mother's
M. E. Sturtevant and Mr. Clemo
of Grants Pass attended service out
here lust Sunday.
Mr. Brltmeyere's new house and
: barn are completed, and their car
load of furniture arrived Tuesday.
S. A. Reitz, who recently pur
chased a 20-acro tract of land ad
joining the Dlanchard place, Is hav
ing the ground cleared preparatory
to setting to fruit in the spring.
During the remainder of the wiuter
he will make his headquarters in
Grants Pass, where he is devoting
his time to music.
A school census is being taken in
this district, and from present ap
pearances will show a large increase
over last year.
Many of the Frultdale homes en
tertained guests at Thanksgiving
dinner, though not a few of our peo
ple Journeyed to the city to enjoy
the day with friends and relatives.
Alonzo Jones and family spent the
day with Mr. aud Mrs. Jones, Sr., in
Grants rasa. Dinners were given
at the homes of F. A. Clements nd
G. A. Hamilton.
YOU don't have to do
any hustling to get in
on our good clothes
feast. Everything's pre
pared for you, ready to
serve here. We've looked
after the "dressing" for
clothes are ready to wear;
the best clothes you can
find, no matter what you
pay for them. You may
look the town over; it makes no difference to us whether
you buy here first or last, you're sure to buy your
clothes here, first or last because we've got the value for
your money to show you.
These overcoats are made in the smartest styles of
a very fashionable season; you'll find that one suits you
perfectly; and it will fit. You'll find suits here in plenty
to satisfy any wish you may have. The clothes are right
so are our prices.
Take a look at this seasons bargains we are showing
GEO. 5. CALHOUN CO.
Csrriht tgol by
in kkiifo.r Mire
This Store Is lath home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
"Outfitters to Boy and Man"
For Elastic book cases see O'Neill;
they grow with the books.
I'll Ion Guarantee Association. -.
. We write Insurance on all kinds of
plate, steam boilers, also Indemnity
bonds for officers, contractors; also
accident Insurance against casualty.
General office New York City. Our
agent here is H B Hendricks, office
ground floor, opposite P. O. Grants
Pass, Oregon. Rates reasonable and
company gilt-edged. 11-20-tf
Mrs. H. C. Telford of Klamath
Falls arrived here last Saturday to
visit Misses Hattte and Emma Tel
ford, and to renew acquaintance
with old friends.
Zera Pool, formerly of this place
but now a resident of California, is
spending a few days with old
friends. Mr. Pool has charge of the
yard and planing mill of the J. X.
Durney Lumber Co.
R. S. Sill of Kerby spent several
days In the city early in the week.
Kerby Is reported to be thriving and
her residents think there is no
place like Kerb.
Wednesday morning Marshal Mc
grew took up a stranger in the city
and returned him to Rose burg where
the police were looking for him.
Art tapestry and painting taugh
by Mrs. Fisher In one lesson. Outfit
ordered. Box 43, Grants Pass, Oi
During the month of Decemte
we will run an automatic audio
sale In our south show window
watch window for bargains. Hal
Rtddle Hardware Co.
GOOD FOR FIVE POINTS
This Coupon is Void if Not Voted by December II
Courier's Golden Eagle Contest
0W is the time to
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Page ence is guaranteed to be exactly as represented
An experienced man aud tools are furnished to assist in the erection of all Page Fence, withoutlexW,60
37? SJL- He;will erect fence over any ground without cutting or lapping, bagging or sagging. '
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Distributors Southern Oregon and Northern California."' Cor. 6th and I Street
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