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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, OR ANTS PASS. OREGON. DECEMBER A. I'm
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 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
Omni, vrigh and mcanrt eterythinq you.
Any Amtricnn Grocer.
I .i .
New English Walnuts, per lb. . . .20
New Soft Shell Almonds, per lb.. 20
New. Brazil Nuts (Nigger toes).. 20
New Filberts and I'lneNuts 20
New Seeded Raising, 16 oz..,.1214
New .English Currants 12Vi
New Seedless BultanaRalslns.very
New Black Figs, 10c, Sib for.. 26
New Cape Cod Cranberries, very
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
Eastern Sbeled Pop Corn (the
.kind ti.rt pops.
Sampson'' Boiled Cider (tor 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, 3 lb
can ' SO
"Singapore" Sliced Pineapple ..10
Plmolas (Stuffed Olives) 10
New Cod Fish, middles and 2 lb
New Mackerel, each 15
Chase A Sanborn's Coffee 20c,
15c, 30c, and 40c (none bet
ter Is there?) ,
All the leading varieties ot Teas.
Will have Oranges, Bananas,
Celery. Lemons, etc..
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A. U. BAN NARD
The North Sixth Street Furniture Dealer
Has secired the exclusiTe agency for
this county of the Ostermoor Mat
tress Co. Tjllave a large shipment on
the way also Cook's Linoleum ln
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. B AN N ARD
M-I"I-M- .l-l-M-M. .I..M..1..1..1..I,
Miss DeArmond Is visiting Mrs.
C. E. McLean.
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopt and Mrs.
Cleveland went to Kerby Thursday
on a buslnes trip.
L. A. Lanner of the Grants Pass
Banking & Trust Co. spent Thanks
giving at his former home at Dallas.
Geo. S. Calhoun la In Portland
having left for that city last Sun
day. He is expected home tomor
row. Mrs. Claud Grimes and Mrs. E.
B. Pengra arrived last Saturday to
visit Mrs. Grimes' slBter, Mrs. Kittle
American Fence at Halr-Rlddle's.
F. R. Fuller and family of Chehal
Is, Wash, arrived In the city Wed
nesday to visit with Mr. Fuller's
brother O. T., who is a resident
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Truax and
daughter spent Thanksgivng in
Portland. Mr. Truax returned
early In the week but Mrs. Truax
and daughter are still In the Rose
Dan Jordan, who resides on the
Jordan & Cole ranch. 10 miies be
low Grants Pass, was In the city
Monday enroute to his former home
In Virginia, but expeccts to return
Rex Fllntkote Roofing is better
and cheaper than shingles. Sold
only by Halr-Rlddle Hardware Co.
C. C. Daniels returned to this city
this morning after traveling through
California for the past six weeks
looking for a locatlom After visit
ing all sections of that Btate he
returned to Grants Pas, satisfied
that there Is no other place as good.
FOR SALE Dining room furni
ture, book case, hat rack, etc. Geo.
P. Cramer. 620 N 3d St. 11-13-tf
O. A. Butterfleld and family leave
this evening for Everett Wash.,
where Mr. Buterfield has accepted
a. position on one ot the papers of
that city. For the past several
months he has been foreman of the
Outlook office. Friends of the fam
ily here wish them well In their new
George Harvey, wife and son, the
former a cousin of Mrs. A. B. Cor
nell, ylslted at the latter's home tor
several days last week anl on Sat
urday Messrs. Cornell and Harvey
went over to Medford. On Monday
the visitors returned to thetr home
at' Portland, where Mr. Harvey Is
the .representative of the Chicago,
BurtfffgtOB & Quincy Railroad.
' Automatic auction sale In the
south window of the Halr-Rlddle
Eastern Star Election.
The Eastern Star held thetr annunl
election Wednesday evening and
elected the following officers for the
Worthy Matron, Mrs G. R. Rid
dle. Worthy Patron, J. X. Nelson.
Associate Matron, Mrs. Demaray.
Secretary, Mrs J. T. Tuffs.
Treasurer, Mrs Jas. Holman.
Cond., Mrs. Kendall.
Asslt., Cond. Mrs. Jos. Wharton.
Continues to Grow .
It begins to look as though "200"
ask me 10,000 Is going to be an
easy winner. Next Thursday will
be the regular monthly meeting and
Seccretary Andrews believes that
16 will be reached by that date.
The .following shows the growth
during the past week:
List ot members published In
last Issne, 12 7 Dr. F. D. Strieker,
W. C. Long. Arthur Edgerton. J. T.
Taylor, E. E. Blancbard, A. W. Bur
roughs, Robert Mansfield. Total
since last isue,7; total, 132.
IRELAND In thts city on Decem
ber 1, 1908, to Mr and Mrs. W.
L. Ireland, a daughter.
ENTR1KEN At Gallce. Ore.,
Thursday. December 3, 1908, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Entrlken a
KLEIN KAME At Portland in
the reception room of the White
Temple, Wednesday, November
25. 1908 Albery G. Klein and Miss
Otie Kame, Rev. J. Whltcomb
Brougher, D D., officiating. Only
Intimate friends and relatives ot the
contracting parties were present.
BL'LL At the residence of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Bull, near
Murphy, November 29, 1908,
Freda Bull, age 3 years.
The accident which caused this
sad death was mentioned in the
last issue of the Courier. The fu
neral was held Sunday, and Inter
ment took place in Wlldervllle ceme
tery, Judge Stephen Jewell officiat
ing. The family have the sympathy
of the entire community in their sad
SMEETES In Grants Pass, Tues
day, December 3, 1908, of con
sumption, Arthur D. Smcetes.
Colonial Jack Was Here.
Colonial Jack, a character who
Is making more or less of a name
for himself by his walking stunts ar
rived in Grants Pass Thursday
no in waiting inn puBiuug n wneei- j
barrow around the border of the .
United States, a distance ot 9O00
miles and to win a wager he must
make the trip in 400 days. His
starting point was Portland, Maine
June 1, 1908 and he must be back
there by September 9, 1909. An
average of 22 1-2 miles per day will
get him there in time but he Is al
ready away ahead of his schedule.
He makes his expenses as be goes
by selling souvenirs. When he Is
through with the trip he expects to
write a book.
To provide against accidents be
fore starting out he took out an in
surance policy In the Modern Wood
men ot America. He was delayed
In. .Grants Pass over night as his
shoes needed repairing. Secre
tary Andrews interviewed him on
behalf of the town and said: "Co
lonial Jack" has walked all the way
from Portland, Maine, on the dou
ble trot to reach Grants Pass In time
to Join the Commercial Club while
the "200" 10,000 compaign Is on
at reduced rates.
The Halr-Rlddle Hdwe Co. is do
ing some novel advertising In the
way of an automatic auction sale.
They have placed a $55 range and
many other articles in their south
window and are reducing the price
on each article from 25 cents to II
per day until each article Is sold.
Dec 12, Saturday Chrstmas silver
day at Cramer Bros.
Dec. 18, Friday "Six Cups of Choc
olate", at opera house.
Dec. 15, Tuesday Penny Social at
Darkest Now York will be vivid
ly portrayed in a lecture at the court
house Tuesday evening by Rev. T.
L. Thuemler, who spent nine years
In that city ot 4,000,000 people.
The lecture will not be Illustrated
but will be Intensely Interesting.
Beginning at 7:30; admission 10c.
Lands for Hale.
Ten acres fine alfalfa, frnlt and
berry lmd, five acres In cultiva
tion, three acres in alfalfa. . Small
boose, quarter of a mile from aloe
little town school, church andR. R.
station. Mast be sold in 10 days.
Address Box 617, Woorfvllle. Ore.
Two cylinder four cycle; cheapest
to buy cheapest to run. Just the
thing for Irrigation, also pumps
12,000 gallons per hour See Cahlll,
West C St., foot of reservoir hill
A penny for every letter in your
name will be tbe admission to the
Penny Social given by tbe Baptist
ladles In the church parlors on Tues
day evening, December 16. Aprons
will be on sale both afternoon and
Finest line and largest stock of
Christmas Postal at Rowell's.
There'll lie Something Doing? in
Merlin Very Soon.
The best 20-year case Ladles
Watch for only 110.95 while they
last, at Letcher's.
Talking Machines and Records,
larger and better stock than ever,
We are having a sale now on the
following goods: Men's and Boys'
Sweaters at cost, Blankets and Com
tunr and a few odd numbers In
Shoes, at Gardner ft Co'.
mi n 1 1 m m i m ii
American Fence at Halr-Rlddle's. !
A. B. Cornell Is limping around l
on one foot this week, having had a :
slight operation performed several j
days ago. j
W. B. Sherman was confined to j
his room on Tuesday but was out
again Wednesday. During the many
years that he has resided in Grants
Pass, Tuesday was the first day lost
on account ot sickness.
Don't tall to Keep your eye on the
south window ot the Halr-Rlddle
Hdwe Co. where the automatic auc
tion sale Is going on.
Coyotes are becoming very num
erous In thts section, and many of
the farmers are strongly in favor of
a bounty being placed on their hides,
as this seems to be about the only
way to keep them from increasing.
The business and editorial offices
of the Courier are now located on
the first floor ot the Courier build
ing In the room formerly occupied
by Stanton Rowell's music store.
the new Linotype lr also on the
The Poultry Association ot Grants
Pass decided not to hold a poultry j
show this winter, -for the reaoa thnt !
there were so few who took an in-'
terest In the matter; since this do-1
clslon was arrived at however, many j
who heretofore have shown little or '
no interest have made up their i
minds that when the Association
again takes on life they will not be
The Lucus & Son Hardware, im
plement and harness store was this
week sold to Hon. L. L. Jewell and
associates and the business will
hereafter be conducted under the
name of the Jewell Hardware Com
pany. Mr. Jewell will give his per
sonal attention to the conduct ot
the buslnes and has associated with
him Frank South. Mr. Jewell Is
known as a conscientious business
man and In his new venture has the
good will of his numerous friends.
He Is at home 'in the hardware
line as he was engaged in It before
he entered the Grants Pass Banking
and Trust Company as cashier.
The place will continue to be the
headquarters for harness and farm
Implements. Lucas ft Son have not
as yet announced what their future
business will be.
Christmas Time! Ag'ain
And as in former years, we now have on display the best
selected stock of "
to be found in the city. The patterns are the latest, and
the quality cannot be excelled.
In Single Spoons and Sets
Forbes Silver Company
Dont Fail to
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On Saturday, Dec. 12,
The Usual Large
Comb and Brush Sets
Fancy Boxed Stationery
Cigars and Pipes
Perfume in Fancy Cases
Post Cards and Albums
Fancy Playing Cards
Conklin's Fountain Tens
The third meeting ot the Oregon
Idaho Development Congress will be
held at Vale, Oregon on December
17, 18 and 19, Grants Pass Is en
titled to 15 delegates to be selected
by the Commercial Club.
Silverware makes the best Xmas
gift. Make your selections at Cra
A new fountan Is to be installed
In the Russell ' Confectionery store
and word was received this week
that It had been shipped from New
York. The fountain when installed
will be one ot the finest In the west
and coiti in the neighborhood of
13000. Manager Horning tells us
that work will soon be begun on re
modeling the establishment, putting
In new fixtures, etc. 1
Rogers 1847 Vintage
In Numerous Prices
'In the " " Tiy
Call on Us Bef
r Odd Fellow.JBlock
our customers'.receive Free
Stanton Rowell's music store was
this week moved from the Courier
building to the old Model Drug Store
location on G street. While not
quite to rights yet, the store in It
new home Is very neat and with tha
added room, opportunity Is afforded!
to make a better display ot the stock,
Elmer Shank has purchased the
black driving team formerly owned!
by George Sabln. It Is one of the
finest buggy teams In the city.
American field and stock fence
47 Inches high, which weighs 10
pounds to the rod, for only 60 cents,
per rod at Halr-Rlddle Hdwe Co'
Col. W. Johnson has been con
fined to his room for, the past week
from the effects of a fall received &
week ago Thursday) ' 'Hla hln t
badly bruised but no Vones broken..
For your Holiday Shoo
ing you can find what
you want in the way of
New Walnuts and Al
monds, Oranges, C ma
berries. Raisins, Dates,
Currents, Figs, and say,
you can get just what
you want in Candies at
Phone fli. Front St oppo. Depot
a 'handsome Calendar