Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, December 04, 1908, Image 8

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Golden Gate
The Golden Eale Contest.
Th mnteat la coming along rery
nicely and most ol the contestants
are doing good work although the
position of the name in the llBt has
not been changed.
.n.rlrn Fence at Halr-Rlddle's.
Wm. Pankey of Goldfleld, Nev., is
here looking after his farming Inter
ests, he having bought the farm of
Mr. h B. Wynant. He says he
A product that is enticingly
aromatic and delicious, that
has a really concentrated
rstrength ; that will make a
beverage wonderfully reviv
ing and refreshing. Order a
pound today and note the
difference in the delicious
flavor and fragrance.
J. Pardee
three weeks before tne comeni
closes and these remaining days
ought to bring double the new sub
scribers already sent In. Remember
the special 5 prize for the one who
brings in the greatest number of new
yearly subscribers before the 15th.
The candidates now stand:
Mabel Darnelll 17,650
Maud Reynolds, R.F.D. 1 ...13,515
Donald Calvert 12,795
Ruth Smith 9.280
Ella Turner, Kerby 2,355
Edna Cornell 1400
Pearl Kearns 1350
Rita Mowers 1,190
Ada Brockman, Merlin 475
Tracy Stlth, Kerby 1
Silver Napkin Rings and Child's
Cups at Cramer Bros.
25 per cent discount on Granite
"Ware at Cramer Bros.
For the Holidays
As the holidays approach
the matter of suitable
Gifts are foremost in our
minds and what to buy
is sometimes a puzzle.
This dilemma can be ob
viated some by looking
over our magnificent line
of goods. We have good
sensible goods that are
suitable presents for
every member of the
family and every line is
complete. It would be
impossible to enumer
ate all the many nice
things that we have and
they are all good serv
iceable goods.
Goods purchased now
will be laid away until
Open Saturday Bvcnln&a
Halls Art Store
Store Telephone 1051
Hinidmice Telephone luj:i
Sterling Sliver Tea and Table
Spoons at Cramer Bros.
The next meeting of the orange
will be on Saturday, December u.
The meeting was postponed one
week on account of the absence of
the worthy master and lecturer.
American Fence at Hair-Riddle's.
Delbert Wardrlp and family left
last Wednesday for Tacoma, where
they will make their home. We re
gret to lose them from our commun
ity, and wish them success and pros
perity where ever they go.
Rex Fllutkote Roofing at Hair-
Rlddle Hardware Co. s.
Mrs. E. Warren and children have
returned to San Jose, Cal.
tim Htewart and Drotner nave
taken a contract of grubbing for W.
II. Parkey.
Saturday, December 12, will be
Calendar Day at Cramer Bros.
.,, ,i MtCalllster and wife and
two children were in our midst
bauday and they re
t...iy liave rented the farm
If you want the best fence on the
market for the least possible ln-
uKutment eet "Amerkun" woven
wire fence. Sold only by Hair
Riddle Hardware Co.
;ort that the
Hunirhtpr of Mr. and Mrs. W.
. ,aat Sunday.
k. -idii m preparing to build
School at 10. H. L. Gllkey. supt,.
Junior League at S. Mrs. M. C. Find
ley, supt., Epworth League at 6:30
D. H Stovall, president. A recep
tion will be given to Dr. Hornman
In the church parlors on Monday
night. At the Sunday morning ser
vice J. H. Williams will play "The
Holy City," on the cornet by request.
Ml A
oni Mrs. Walter and Mr. and
biewart were at the Pass Mon
Mr. Daniels Is clearing some land
at present.
.inhn Scherz. wife and children
were at the Pass Monday.
Christmas Silverware at Cramer
Wanted Two good cooks, must
be able to support themselves. For
Information Inaulre Of A. V. Daniels
or c- c. wynant.
C C. Wynant was at Provolt one
day last week on business and re-
nnrtu iTixm looklnK good up that
way. SHORTY.
Carving Sets and Chafing Dishes
at Cramer Bros.
Art tapestry and painting taught
by Mrs. Fisher in one lesson. Outfits
ordered. Box 4 3, Grants Pass, Or
egon. ll-26-2t.
A New Repair Mon.
Curtis ft Co., Jewelers, are getting
In their holiday stock and will next
week tell through te columns of the
Courier all about It. They are now
navInK especial atentlon to watch
and clock repairing and this depart
ment is presided over by Geo. A.
Johnson, a man of great experience
In this llne,and who comeB to Grants
Pbsb with the best of recommenda
tions, one of which Is from the fore
man In the Elgin plant, which Is as
Elgin, 111., April 16, 1908.
To whom It may concern:
It gives me great pleasure to cer
tify that George A. Johnson Is per
sonally known to me, having been In
mv employ as an Inspector of watch
work for two years. During thlB
time he proved himself a thoroughly
Bkllled and competent workman at
this business. I can cheerfully
recommend him to anyone who may
i. furt n niitH enough to secure his
services. FRANK M. WILLS.
Foreman Assembling Dept. Elgin
National Watch Co.
Watch for the Advertisement of
Curtis & Co. In the Courier of next
week. It will Interest you.
I'nlon 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 ri B Hendricks, office
ground floor, opposite P. O. Grants
Pass, Oregon. Rates reasonable and
company gilt-edged. 11-20-tf
Episcopal Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; morn
ing prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.
Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
p. m. Rev. 8. M. uorence wm
preaoh both morning and evening.
Subject for Christian Science Ser
vice Sunday morning, December e,
1908 "God, The Only Cause and
Creator." Service In W O. W. hall
at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening
meeting In Christian Science Read
ing room, over Russell's Confection
ery, at 7:30.
Services will be held In the Ad-
ventist church Sunday evening the
28th Inst. Subject "The Millenium
Soon to Dawn." All are cordially
invited. Elder Thumner, Pastor.
During the month of December
we will run an automatic auction
BiilB In our south show window
watch window for bargains. Hair
Riddle Hardware Co.
We'are offering our complete lines
of Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats
and extra Pants at 10 per cent less )
than regular selling prices.
Will buy a big dollars worth,
your own choice from our big
assortment of Wool Underwear and
Stockton Woolen Mills flannel shirts. J
I'm Going Co
and get a watch that
will keep time
Friday, December 17tt
Will be our four-year-old birthday.
We will celebrate bv civino- vmi
O J" "
just wait and see our advertisement
next week.
Geo. S. Calhoun Co.
Christmas Presents at
Jewelry Store on Front Street, Oppo. Depot
20-year Gold Filled
Boss "O" Size Watch
Remember the Place
The best 7-jewel Ladies
Watch that you cannot
buy at the Chicago Depart
ment houses for less than
Wo will sell you the
abovo Watches while they
last, for
No better C h r i s turns
present for a lady.
"We Are King."
A. W. Cross Is presenting three or
four plays this season that have
scored all sorts of success. He has
The Bishop" and "We Are King,"
the latter being the bill at the Star
this week. The leading part Is play
ed by Edmund Carroll, who support
ed Walter Whiteside last season in
this play and who makes quite as
much of the dual part as did White
side. The Raven, a mysterious man
In black, Is played by Guy B. Kibbe,
a Portland boy.
"We Are King" Is one of the best
and cleanest comedies seen In Port
land for a long, long time and while
having a suspiciously close resemb
lance to "The Prisoner of Zenda,"
is yet different enough to save a
charge of plagarlsm. A wandering
newspaper correspondent Is found In
the grounds of a tyrannical and des
potic king of a small North German
state, and a scheme Is hatched up to
exchange places with the king by
his premier and other members of
the court. The correspondent en
ters Into the conspiracy with great
enthusiasm and until he gets the
hang of being a king makes some of
the most ludicrous mistakes imag
Rglnuble. In the meantime the for
mer king languishes In an asylum
and as there Is a striking resem
blance between the two men it Is not
d'.flieult for the nrrh conspirators to
Keep him there under the announce
ment that he has un hallucination
that he Is the king, which of cu-.iiso
ho Is.
The company is excellent, the
stage settings adequate and in one
scene elaborate and altogether "We
Are King" Is put on and acted in a
manner one expects at the high
priced theatres.
Probably, however, some of the
midlence felt they were being
cheated with only a single pistol
shot during the whole performance.
"We Are King" at the Grants
Pass Opera House Monday, Dec 7.
"Outfitter to Boy and M&n"
Vint llnptUt Church.
The morning hour of worship Is
10:30. Hurdens" is the subject
of the message. The observance of
the Lord's supper is at 11:30 aud
the session of the HIble school Is at
11:45. At the communion service
the right hand of fellowship wlfl be
extended to new members. "Com
mending Our Society by Consistent
Living" is the topic for the young
people at ti:30. Evening service at
7:30, when the pastor will preach on
the "Sixth Sense". A cordial Invi
tation is extended.
Dr. Fletcher Hornman, presi
dent of the Willamette University
wll occupy the pulpit morning and
evening. He will preach a sermon
at one service and deliver an address
at the other. Special provision for
fine music at both services, bunday
At this up-to-date store
a fine line of
and all other Jewelry
will be found
A large assortment of
Just the thing for a gift
XMAS GOODS are com
ing in now, and every
one is sure to find just
what ia wanted.
R. Mansfield
The Courier Is Just In receipt of
the November number of thee Uni
versity of Oregon Bulletin, contain
ing the list of officers, constitution
and by-laws, propositions for debate
bibliographies, debate libraries and
announcements for the year 1908-9,
of the Oregon High School Debating
League. The league consists of 34
schools, divided geographically into
five districts. The Eastern Oregon
district comprises the high schools
of Baker City, Crook county, Elgin,
La Grande, Ontario, Pendleton,
Sherman county and Union; Colum
bia River comprises Astoria, The
Dalles Gresham, Hood River, New-
berg Tillamook, Woodburn tut
Yamhill; Central Oregon distrie
Albany, Brownsville, Cottage Gro
Eugene, Jefferson, Junction O
Southern Oregon district, Centn
Point, Grants Pass, Klamath Couit
ana KoseDurg; ana the Cooi Bi
district, Bandon, Coqullle, Mini
field. Myrtle Point, and Nort
The ladles of the Episcopal chare
will hold a bazaar and sale of fui
work at the Guild hall Monday tftt:
noon and evening, December 8th.
Word was received yesterday i
the death of W. V. Jones, the we!
known merchant of Woodvllle.
Protect Your Orchards From Frosts
By the Orchard Heating Device of the Frost Prevention Co. of
Frenio, Cal. For Sale by
This Coupon ii Void if Not Vottd by December II
Courier's Golden Eagle Contest
JOW is the time to BCC1(1(
have a Special Rabbit Proof Fence, m
TheSPage Woven Wire Fence Co. XZll
-in T ! - ar I noli:
Twenty-seven inches to first wido spsuv. The same quality of all Page Fence. Hi
carbon coiled Sprit'.' S tcl. Stand a strain of over 18,000 pounds.
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Page ence is guaranteed to be exactly as represented
An experienced man and tools are furnished to assist in the erection of all Page Fence, withontjextrt
iHeJwill erect fence over any ground without cutting or lapping, bagging or sagging.
Gaddis & Dixon, "The Page Fence Men" J. D. FRANKLIN, Agel
Distributors Southern Oregon and Northern California. Cor. 6th and I SW"
Grants ?