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U RANTS PAHS DAILY OUVIUEK
HATl HII.W. HMTKMHrlll 'it.
PER52NdL J LOCAL
Harry Sordy, of (ialice. In In the
city tocUy. ,
Wlllard storage battery service
station. 314 North Sixth St.
They are very
IS AT HAND
Step in and let
us show you
the new knit
they are all
wear they can
not be surpassed.
Peerless Clothing Co.
If Men Wear It. We Have It
Mm. M. A. ty and aon, Oarrett,
spent the duy In Medford.
Heating stoves for the living room
, at Cramer Bros. SI
lioorge Barton went to Modford
this mornlnis for the ilay.
rations Sun Proof paint at Cra
mor Hros. S 1
Clarence Ford, attending HIkU
school, is spending Sunday at home.
' I.V. K.,Ciofr went to Iceland lust
nlitht to spend Suuday at home.
Small heaters tor the bedroom at
Cramer Bros. SI
H. W. Dahlherg went to Rosehurg
last night for a short stay.
' K. Gllleuwater arrived yesterday
from Seattle and wtll remain In this
Perfection oil heaters. Just the
thing to warm U the bathroom at
! Cramer Bros. SI
Iiiirh Basye returned to Gleudaln
; last nlKht after siiendliiK a few days
' In the Appletcute valloy section.
'Mrs. AV. LM. Campbell went to
; Myrtle Creek this morning to visit
her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Geo. Wl
Off to Galice !
Attorney Jas. T. Chinnock and M. j
Zl Opdycke expect to leave this
evening for Galice, after steelheads. '
r. Ojtdyoke Is an expert fisherman, I
tut as Mr. Chinnock Is an expert .
lawyer It is predicted that he -will re-torn-
home with the greater number
f fish, despite the old saying that
"possession Is nine points," etc.
Mrs. J. H. Wagonblast, of 'Port
land, and Mrs. S. T. Johnson, of
Woodburn. returned home today, af
ter visiting the F. L. Johnson fam
ily. They were accompanied by
Gladys Johnson, who will visit at!
The new iiu-watt all white lamp
65c at Cramer Bros. 81
A fine lot of new cane poles at
Cramer Bros. SI
Placer location notices at Courier
Mlnln? blanks at Courier office.
JKWKI.S OK SOI XIt
in Cabinets of KxquisHe
Von know of course that so far
as the reproduction of music Is
concerned there Is but one in
strument which KK-CRKATKS
it with proven fidelity. That
THK XF.W KMSON
The Phonoisraph With a Soul'
Music and Photo House
507 BOO G St.
A GREAT SAVING SALE MONDAY OF
imrmm&r dm Dimes
Last month we received cm a contract placed nianv months ajro
our first shipment of WIIlTllMOIl SILK IiLOUSKS. liarely
had the sale been announced, before prudent shoppers, rcaliinr
the remarkable values they offered eagerly purchased all that we
Monday the second shipment goes on sale. They are even more
attractive we believe than our previous offerings. The savings
they ffer are incredibly large, you'll appreciate this the moment
you see the winsome styles and note the splendid character.
Your Choice at Just $5
The materials used are Crepe de chine, Georgette' Crepe aul
Wash Satin, all of exceptional qualities. The workmanship is of
an unusual high order, and they are cut on lines as will insure pro
per fitting. ,
The quantity is limited; no more of the same styles will he' ob
tainable; Ave therefore urge quick action to avoid disappointment.
The materials used in these Blouses were contracted for last
f pring by the manufacturer. Since that time the price of these
fabrics has almost doubled. The cost to us and to you was figured
on the basis of the material when bought. A notable instance of
how this store working in intimate co-operation with the right
type of manufacturers exercises liberal savings for those they
1 Humid 'II. Miller went to l.elnnd
this morning to spend Sunday at
Wlllard storage battery service
station. SH North 8lxth St. lTtt
Harold lsham left for Portland
lust night auej while there will select
muslo for the hlKh school orchestra.
Dwlght Flndley spent aeVerul days
here with relatives and frimuls, lie
returned to Snlem' last night.
I). M. Mclaughlin, master me
chanic Southern Paclflo compuuy, Is
In the city today on official business.
Miss Kstlier Nylen, who- visited her
sister. 'Mrs. C. Peterson, returned to
her home at Portland today.
We deliver nil heating stoves In
town aud set them up tree of
oharge. Cramer tiros. SI
iKay Hrlgga, who spent the past j
summer in Colorado and Montana. 1
arrived this morning from Hutte, and
will spend the winter at his home in '
the Illinois valley. j
J. R. Bartlett of the Peoples Elec
tric Store, Medford. Ore., will be In
this territory, still selling Standard
Electrical equipment tame goods,
better prices your needs will be
Riven our utmost eonsftteratlon. 75tf
Miss Catherine Clemens left lust
night for Seattle to resume' her
studies at the Pnlverslty of Wnsh-
! Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lsham and
j daughter. Arda. went to Salem last
' nlttht to spend a! day at the state fair
and to visit Vivian lsham.
Mrs. P. Richardson and two chll
l dren went to Ashland this afternoon
j to visit Mrs. Richardson's daughter,
i Mrs. R. Peterson.
l-nrne heutlni; atoves for stores
and large rooms at Cramer Hros. HI
E. C. t'nderwood left lat night,
returning to Seattle, after spending
;a week or more with friends here,
j Mrs. T'nderwnod will remaiu several
! weeks longer.
! Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Newstrom
I went to (Herniate this morning to re
jiualn. Mr. Newstrom has a position
with the Wilson Mercantile company.
in fashion, fit and fabric mean genuine economy in
your new clothes if they arc tailored by
GEO S. CALHOUN
0 a Htreet Fifteen yeaxs local atfoat
Makes the Mouth feet so cool
Sells Drugs and Hooks
r. . . : v- , . .'v... -. ' : - V.
Works Deep Mixes Soil
For Best Results
Far mixing soil thor
oughly and making o proper
seed bed, our John Deero
Syracuse SprlngTooth Har
rows are especially satis
factory. In all sections this mate
of harrow tia9 been profit
ably used for many years.
In sandy, gravelly or
stony ground, where deep
cultivation is required it
has special advantages.
The spring teeth pene
trate to a greater depth than
those on any other style of
harrow, mixing the soil
thoroughly the full depth
of the seed bed.
Teeth instantly adjmted
by means of convenient
bvers to meet different soil
Adjustable hitch front
and rear teeth can be made
to work at same depth re
gardless of size of team or
lengthoftugs. Frame open
ing between sect ions widerfs
towards rear. Trash works
.out through this opening
no loading or choking.
Teeth made of high car
bon steel no bolt holes to
weaken them. Frames and
tooth bars made of channel
and angle bar steel combin
ing great strength, lightness,
Our Syracuse Spring Tooth Harrows
are made for use with either horses or
tractor. Come band select your harrow..
C. A. WINETROUT
77ie Implement Mar,
Miss l.ucilc Curlier, of Klamuth
Kails, who spent several days Jiere
with friends. Iiift last nlKht for Eu
gene, where she will enter the I'nl
verslty of Ormou.
Uarxe stone Jars at Cramer Hros.
Four sons and dauKliters of Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. l.eXir.inle arrived
this morning and went to Wonder,
where their parents have 'been for
some weeks, with the ft. V. Illckey
Mr. and 'Mrs. It. Jotinluxs lert
today, returning to their home In
Han Krunclsrn. Mrs. .lenliiKS has brcu
here with hnr parents, Mrk and Mrs.
Henry Miller for several weeks and
Mr. Jennings has been here two
Mrs. Jessie Jarvls, of Portland, Is
the week en guest of Mrs. J. K.
Ilurke. Mrs. Jarvls Is president of.
the Jtobekah assembly of Oregon and
will pay the local IndK an official
81 XDAY MOMIAY
.rtmivl"ti I.V anil V3n
It's a deuce of a fix to be in, isnt it to mistake a
man's wife for his daughter and make love to her before
his very nose? '
That's what Chester Calhoun did, and he wasn't sor
rynot a bit.
From that day. Chester stuck to her. Through the or
deal of her married life. Through a great tragedy. And
finally, through happiness well earned, A most remark
able story of love and mystery. ' ,
Pershing, the Weapon of Destiny
Interesting glimpses of the life of our beloved General.
Every loyal American will want to see this feature.