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We'll Write it
Six Bars Laundry Soap 25c, "Diamond C
It's good. See it in our window.
Leave your order with us for
Cherries, Raspberries and Blackberries.
. $1.25 per crate,
Strawberries this week.
Our Hams and Bacon are Eastern cured and smoked.
These are good.
Fruit jars. Lots of them. Get our prices.
White House Grocery
We Have It.
Just the very thing you want either in LOCKS, HIN
GES, or any other hardware for your house. If you are
si i n i- rt - r 1ml,linr 1 n lies liiill.'n O y rLii tvi urn n ml til Mi' iiaii
UUJIIL; any uuii'jiul;, nm
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Screen door hinges.
For Sale by
Jlair-ltiddlo Hardware Co.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS.
J. B. PAIHCK, r-Hoi-B.
i am preisred to lurnibh anything in Die line of Cemetery work in any kind
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years ol experience in the Marble business warrants my sarin?
that I can till your orders in the very best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American (tranite or any kind o
J. B. PADDOCK,
Prom Street Neil lo Greene's GunHhop.
Hello There Everybody!
H. L. Coe & Co. wired
We'll only stay 30
We want that order of yours for
Because we have the stock to
supply you the best.
Because our attention will insure
you best service.
Because we can save you time
Because one order is a step
toward a permanent customer.
it uu tsuniuiu aim Diiun )uu
No slam door checks.
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..r FK'&r'r rr
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
And We a re-popular everywhere we We've come to your town am! we'll make our headquarters
For 30 Days With the Big Store of R. L. Coe & Co.
You Can't afl'ord to miss seeing us, for we're noin;; to hold a ureat
us that they could use
days, so you'd better come
Goto Corun for I'lutubinit.
Whips, 10c to $2.50 at llackett's.
Cash fur (iuld Ihist at Cramer Bros.
M. Clemens. Trescription Droiiript.
Ann mating tinware at Cramer linis.
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Binding Twine at Cramer Bros.
Bee Hives and Bee Supplies at Hair
Riddle Hdw. Co.
A splendid line of K oval Charter Oak
Ranges at Colon's.
Harness of all Kinds, Grades and
Trices at Hackelt'a.
O Kf D Sherman-Williams Tain
O. VV .T Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
'01 Ramblers $40. Roadsters $U5 at
Hair-Riddle Hdw. Co.
New l'lioto Mounts for amateures at
the Courier office.
Leave orders for engraved calling cards
with A. E. Voorhies.
Keep your gardens green by using
good hose. Sold by Cramer Bros.
The. deer season is open. Get a good
rifle from Cramer Bros, and try your
The post-office closes now and here
after at 7:00 p. m. Night mail closes
Stransky Steel Ware, the best enainel
ed ware on the market, Cramer Bros,
The Standard and New Home sewing
machines. All styles and prices. Jos
eph Moss, Agt.
The cut rates are still on at Westnns
Sallery, opposite Court House. Beet
Cabinet size $2.00 per dozen .
Fifteen tickets were sold in Giants
Pass for the Bolton A I'eil excursion
from Ashland to San Francisco on
Dan Groen is visiting here this week
from Galice, having lately closed down
hydraulic operations for the summer at
the Harmon-Green placer.
Brit's restaurant in the Williams
brick on front street, is the place to get
a goiKl meal. Everything in order ami
prompt attention given.
Bolton & l'eil's Epworlii League ex
cursion to San Francisco will be run
from Ashland on Julv 15. Ten full days
are given in the city. Round trip rates
from Ashland, $12.
Mr. James Brown of l'utsiuouth, Va.
over 110 years of age suffered fur years
with a bad sore on his face. Physician
could not help him, DeWitts Witch
Hazel Salve cured him permanently.
Dr. W. F. Kremer.
Scott Grilfin handles .Ashland Hour,
Utah aifalfa seed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, largo Russian while
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tim
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats..
"1 am indebted to One Minute Cough
Cure for mv present good health and
my life, 1 was Heated in vain by due
tors for lung trouble following lagripp.
I took One Minute Cough Cure and re
covered my health." Mr. E. II. Wise,
Madison, (ia. Dr. W. F. Kremer.
B. A. Pollock and Mr. Fuss were in
town Friday from the Lewis mine at
Leland. Hydraulic operations have
been discontinued for the summer. The
buildings connected with the mine will
all be moved this summer so that the
ground now occupied by them may he
worked next season.
li. V. rieeley, w ho lives on the Gillil
Ian place two miles north of town, has
some very fine Logan hybrids, a cross
between the raspheny, ami the dew
berry, and a finer berry than either.
They have the raspberry flavor with the
dewberry Bhape ami are very large ami
luscious. Next year he expects to have
about 3000 bearing roots.
Mrs. II. B. Miller and family and
Mrs. Theresa Jai Kenn leave on tonight's
train for San Francisco enroutc to China
to join Consul Miller. They sail on a
government transport from that cily.
The vessel gne to Manila, touching at
Honolulu ; then they w ill go to Nagasaki,
Japan, and thence to China. It will
take about two months fur them to
make the trip. Their many friends
wish them a pleasant trip and a safe
return to On gon. Eugene Guard,
some cash, and had some
S-iTXJjXDir, JULY 20
4ooo lbs of Crockery Just Arrived
Chicago Racket Store.
We bought part of a bankrupt stock in the East and
we can save you "Jo per cent on any kiml of crockerv. We
do not buy SECONDS and soli it for FIRSTS.
WE GET THE BEST,
SHOES Why wo have an elegant stock at prices that
suits your pocket book. f
SHIRT WAISTS 15 per cent discount on shirtwaists.!
SUMMER HATS 23 cent hats at 20 cents.
LAMPS We have a few left
We are headquarters for soaps, ropes,
rakes, pitch-forks, tin ware, granite ware,
ware, crockery, boots,
children sand gentlemen s furnishing goods, and
in fact most any thing you can ask for, at prices
that are making the Chicago Racket Store the talk
of Josephine county.
Call and examino our goods and prices and we arc
sure that you will bo suited. Yours,
Kessler's Chicago Racket Store,
Hartford Bicycles at Cramer Bios.
Stransky steel ware at Cramer Urns.
Winchester & Marlin kill's in the
latest models in stock at Cramer Bros.
Sa'inon are running and also salmon
trout. We have the right kind of Hies.
There will be preaching in tlm M. E.
church, South, Sunday, July 21, liHM,
at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in. by T. P. Hajnes,
Are you going to Portland Aug. 2, on
the Woodmen of the World excursion?
You ought to, because the round trip is
only $7.iu. l'aylight rule Dotn going
and comniing. Secure tickets early.
Mrs. A. R. Hobo and J. W. Hare,
brother and sister of G. W. Hare, Misses
Grace Kirkland and J.yda Scott, J. M.
Ilaie, G M. Hooker and J.is..l.eary,
al! of Kushvide, II!. arrived here
Wednesday 10 visit with the family ol
G .W. Hare and to spend some time in
W. M. Hair received a letter lioui a
brother in Nebraska, saying that the
thentiomctor hail gone to 11S in the
shade doling the recent hot wave, the
hottest weather ill the cape lience of old
residents. We should expeii 'iicu a
feeling of coolness by comparison.
Some of our small boys seem to he
getting altogether '.oo reckless in
their use of oilier people's properly.
A few ilavs ago, one boy deliberately
appropriated a hid'a bicycle leaning
against a (ence in full view of tho rci
deuce, rode it away and kept it for
several hours. Whither or toot he
would ever h ive brought it lm-k of his
own vulition is not know n. but he was de
tected by another small hoy and unide
lo teli i.ijuipli the win el. For his sake
ami that of other recklehi youth, some
severe measures in rigardto sueli things
m to be a growing uc cmI v.
W. of W. I.xcursion,
A mammoth I04 rolling and initiation
by t tie Woodmen of the Wood will le
heldon Mt. Tabor, Poilhtiid, on S.itur
day, Aug :i, l'.MIl. During the day will
he held a great pictii.' und haihriue, a
1 11 hlic 1 xhihitioii fat.--y drill, liiiiid-ouic-ly
unifor 111 ed dt gn e tt ems, I hm -hall tng
of-war, races, games and sports, (or w hieh
$"iO0 in 1 re- is illt-rid. A'l these uie
free to. the public generally. At night
there will be a iiiugiiilicMil initiation
ol' l'lni) new niemheiH in a deep ravine
on the mountain ti p. Open to mem
bers 1 nly. A special lute of 7.7" for
the round trip h -n been S 'cured. For
further iufom-al ion ca'l on or nl lre-s
the commit'ee. Geo. II SImvc, ('. lv
Muyhee, and II V. Meade.
Medford ha I a $'. kk liie Wc.li.cs lay
lllghtof la-.tweek. The hug-' wurelioii-e
belonging to .1 . A Perry to. jk tire about
,)iie o'clock an I Has roint'!et"y o -troy-ed,
with about II. till hu-hcU of wheat.
Wliile it is pissibie that tho tire uivht
have started by sparks from th engine
of the 12 o'clock Iniio, it is thought
most probable thU it was the woik of
an incendiary. The building is s.iid to
have been a ten hvoiis for hobos.
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Do mi know v 1 1 1 w c Hi-. '.'
We lire I)e(.;Mt-s to tin- Woinli
floods to spare. I hey ak'ed us to Come, and here
on our bargain counter that
shoos, hats, caps, ladies', i
II. L. Gilkey spent Sunday in Ash
land. Mrs. II. 1. Gilkey went lo Ashland
W. E. Millory went lo Gold Hill
Miss Josephine Stiles of Williams
visited Grunts Pass last wiek.
W. P. Wugy ami family of Portland
arrived in Giants Pass Thursday.
Mis. E. C. Dixon and MiBs Alice
Smith spent Sunday in Ashland.
Otto J. Knrps was down from his
ranch near Jacksonville this week.
Mis Myrtle Lee went to Redding
Saturday to visit with her brother.
Miss Lyle Watson is visiting in Ash
laud during tho Chaulauitia season.
Johnnie Turner und faniilv, lately of
Kcrby, are now residents of Grants Pass.
Miss Jessie Coron is visiting at Placer
with M sses Maud anil Nellie Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Matthews ol
Foots 1 reek visited in city this laat week.
Miss Allie Pool went to Medlord last
week to vi.dt with Miss Fannie llaskins
H. Thomas and family left oil Mon
day lo enjoy un outing at Crescent City.
. A. Moody ol Ashland was visiting
in Grants Pass during the past week.
J. C. Allatdyce, representing the S.
F. Chronicle, visited Giants Pass hiol
F. M. C.i kins of A-ililati l returned
riiursday irom a business liiplolhis
Mis. J. II. Iloolh relumed Mo Kosc
liui'g Monilay utter a two weeks visit in
t'hus. Andeison :iud Albert Sanders
of 1 oots l lei k isiti d GlHhts Pa-H I'li
day. Mr, and Mrs, W. II. F.vet ton have
returned to Grants Piss from A'hland
G m. S. t'alleelil went li I'-obllid creek
last week to biik ai'.erlii mining Intel
W. M. Hair went to Ashland on
Thursday to attend ( linutainiu 1 for a
K. Musick went lo Dsei crees Tours
day lo enjoy a He.isrn of recreation in
: that locality.
j A I). Helm- 1,1 A-li:aud, arrived
j here last We lne. I iv evening to visit
i for a few da) s.
J Siipeiinleudent t'aiy W. ihonip'on
I'd the Victor Jr. mine vi-itcd Grunts
i Pass Thursday.
! Miss Ida Willi im.s n visiting in Ah-
I ind this Week, the guest , if fu r n II II t
L v i rett 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in has accepted a posi
tion for the summer al the Granite
j Hill mine.
I Alt irney A. N. Sobss of M -dfnr.l was
, a par-engi r on 'I hominy's train, return
ing Irom Koseburg.
it s -v-.
- i I ill
Bargain Beckoners' Convention
Mrs. J. 0. Booth has been visiting in
Ashland with Mrs. Hugh Gillette and
Mrs, W. II. Fallin and children re
turned on Momlav from a visit of sever
al weeks in Pouglas county.
A. Lempkn, who lias been dangerous
ly ill, recently, is now greatly improved
and is again able to be out.
Henry Until has commenced the
erection of a neat residence on C. street
just opposite Ir. Moore's place.
R. L. Coe and lr. Moore, with their
families, left on Tuesday for Steamboat
to spend an outing at that resort.
Mioses Uattie and Emma Telford and
Miss Elsie Ball returned on Friday
evening from an outing at Colestin.
Mrs. M. Kuykcndall went to Aslilaud
Thursday lo visit with Mr. and X. B.
Freeland and attended Chautauqua.
II. F Mutzey of Portland spent sev
eral days here last week looking after
mining interests and returned on Friday.
J. T. Love and family, accompanied
by Mrs. Frank McGregor, have gone to
Crescent City for an outing at the sea
side. Chas. K. N. Wonacott, membership
secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Portland,
spent Thursday visiting friends in this
Mrs. II. D. MclluKh and Miss X. A.
Heard, of Woodville, are visiting here
this week with Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Tr. A. W. Moore of Portland returned
on Monday evening after a visit here
w ith the fa 111 1 ly of his brother Dr. J. S.
W. II. Parker, the Medlord attorney,
spent several days in Grants Pass this
week, v isiling with his daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Kinney, Miss
Maggie Meade anil Bert Barnes went to
Ashland on Thursday to attend the
Phil Butcher has discontinued his
meat maiket on F ront street and is now
working for C. W. Gray at the Cily
Herman Luethye, proprietor of the
Althouso bonaii7.a, the Gipsy Queen
mine, returned lust week from a visit
to Sun Francisco.
Gao. Waller, father of Henry and Otto
Walter, and a former resident of Grants
Pass, has Ikmmi here from San Francisco
for the past week.
Mrs. Rea Rimsoii and children left
last week for Washington to visit with
Mrs. lltMison's 111 it her. They will be
absent about two months.
Mr. Morley, an old resident of Wolf
Creek, was brought to town Friduy and
has been placed under the care of the
Countv., lie is a sull'erer from paralysis.
MihsM. F. Hughes of Crescent City,
A Shoe With a Reputation....
The Walk over $ .5 50 shoe combines style, durability, ease and coup
nrt ami puts you on a footing with the best dressed man of the day,
The I bike last is especially commendable for nil around wear.
IS - ( 'brume Pat
No. :i:;7-llhi, k Russia Calf
Hal., Duke last, a shoe
for all cessions.
ent Call. Oxford,
I hike la-i. The reul
thing lot stieet wear.
we are. There's a hi crow
Yours for a Time,
who has beea visiting in Ashland, went
to Klamath Falls last week to visit with
friends at that place.
Mr and Mra. J. A. Rehkoff and Mist
Lola and Mr. and Mia. S. A. Neas left
on Friday for Igerna to spend a vacation
at the mineral springs.
. Lee Calvert and John Ritter started
last week with about 200 head of cattle,
for Klamath county. Mr. Calvert will
be absent about three weeks.
Mrs. Cora Diedrlchi returned last
week from Kerby, having completed a
successful term of school in the White
district on Sucker creek.
Rev. F. G, Strange of Ashland occu
pied the pulpit' at the Presbyterian
church Suuday in the absence ol Rev.
Hays. lie returned to Ashland Mon
day. Victor L. Holt, formerly Sunday
school missionary, has returned from
Alaska where he has been in chargo of
the government school at Ft. Wrangel
and ia visiting ti lends in Eugene.
Rev. Geo. M. Booth of Moscow, Idaho,
was here oyer Sunday visiting relative!
and occupied the pulpit al the M. E.
church in the absence of Rev. Jenkins,
tie continued his journey to San Fran
cisco on Monday.
Mrs. K. M. Ebcrle returned from Cole
stin last week much improved in
health, but returned again to the moun
tain resort after a few days in town and
will remain until the cool weather.
Mrs. Geo. Williams, nee Tlfercsa
lloyt, was in Medford this week upon
a visit to her sister, Mrs T. W. Johnson.
Mr. Williams is now at Oroville, Calif.,
where, during the past six or eight
weeks, he has made a neat little clean
up of $16,000 on a mining deal. Mail.
Prof. F. E. Young ol Pawnee City,
Neb., has been engaged as principal of
the Grants Pats schools for the coming
year. Prof. J. M. Schilling, who was
first engaged for the position, has re
signed on account of the ill health of
Mrs. Wm. Hair and Mr. and Mrs
J. N. Bassutt of Vnadllla, Neb., arrived
here Saturday to visit for a few days
with the family of W. M. Hair. Mr.
and Mrs. Bassett continued their jour
ney to San Francisco on Wednesday.
Arthur Ilowland who left here In the
spring for Sumatra la company with W.
1). O'Brien, J. 1). F. Stevenson and
o.hers, writes to a friend in this city
from Kobe, Japan under date of June
14, It is likely that he has reached his
destination in Sumatra before this time.
Lincoln Savage went to Jacksonville
Saturday to assist Superintendent Daly
of Jackson county. He reports fair
crops in the valley. The grain is well
filled but the straw is short on account
of the dry season. Tho threshers will
begin oiierationg next week.
No. M-Vici Calf Hal.,
Penny lust, a dressy
street shoo. It has no
H. Harth & Son.
d of us but we won't be
J. R. BANCROFT. OE0. W. HARE
ED. H. ALLEN.
Bancroft & Go
For People Who
Intend to take an
Wo have the finest line of
Lunch Goods in tho City.
1 3-Ib. Cartoon Crackers. ...... 25c
a Cans Deviled Chicken 25c
1 " Luncheon Sausage 20c
t " Sardines : .. . . 5c
2 " French Smoked Sardines. 25c
1 " Armour's Sliced Ham... 25c
1 " Bayle's Lunch Herring. .20c
t " Vienna Sausage 10c
1 " Veal Loaf 15c
1 " Borden's Condensed Milk. 20c
t " Evaporated , Cream 10c
1 Bottle Sweet Pickles 15c
I " Piccalilli 30c
t " Queen Olives 50c
Tillamook Cheese, per lb 1 8c
Ginger Snaps 15c
Fig Bar and Marshmallows. . , .20c
Bancroft & Go
I.CI.HS POLLOCK, will trade a new wag
un fur wood. Call and see him at tin
Hair Kiddle Hardware Co. store.
1 KtiPKCTAHI.K younn lady and (rood ,
"worker wauls, a situation in urivat fam
ily m Urants Pass. Apply at this ottloe.
rilltl.or woman wanted to do laundry
"work al Colestin Hotel. Addrtss H- C.
Telford, Colesltn, Orsgon.
II AVISO Mining interests thatrequlr
my attention I will Sell my stock con
sisting ot Ueutn furnishing goods, Mimes,
Mills l aps, Notions, etc,, at Ions than cost,
as a whole or in lots to suit purchaser.
II. A. Kien,
Odd Fellows building.
I H'(1H I KS, carriages and mountain hacks.
Anyone thinking of liuying any of
Ihealiuve, it will pay them to go to Kehkopf
ami Ituuch and etamine their vehicles and
gel llieir prices and lerins before buying.
They also carry the Buckeye mower and
rake. Kememlier the place, ttth street
opposite heeoml-liand store.
'A MKItA A 0i7 view camera and outfit
v- for sale cheap. Inquire at this oflice.
(JAHII paid for gold dust. -Cramer Bros.
'I'AKK your wheel to Cramer Bros, for
NTKI.I,IUKNT young men, from 17 to 18
years ot aire, having common school
education, to learn mechanical trades. Kir
li.ll lliiuriiialion apply or write to, Union
Iron Work. SH Market St., Sn Fran-
FARM FOR SALE.
lKMT farm of 0'( acres one mile east of
town. UiMid house and barn, younn
fruit tree. Kor sule at a bargain. Inquire
al tills oil 11 0.
ready to sec you before
SJJEtG-JXlST BECET.02STERS Iica.l,1Uartor8 at tho HiR Store of
R. L. COE & C9.