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We Have Good
Remember, we have lots of good
things to eat; for instance, that
Clover Leaf Buttei, or some of that
Finest Coffee only found at our
Field and Garden Seeds.
Our train is in with the choicest lot of Fancy
Utah Alfalfa, Red Clover, Timothy, Orchard
Glass. White Clover and Blue Grass.
Remember, the best Seed is none too good.
Six Varieties of Sweet Pea Seed in bulk.
AgentsChase & Sanborn Coffees and
Every One Guaranteed
Our lino of Bicycles for 1902 includes the
full Columbia line, running in price from
$25.00 to $50.00.
We guarantee every Wheel and any defect
made good at our store. All Hartfords and
Columbias are fitted with the famous Hart
ford Thorn Tires.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
BICYCLE SUNDRIES. MCYCLE REPAIRING.
Old Wheels taken in exchange.
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II.ihvRidillc Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
and Foliage fiom which to select trimmings for any shape you may
choose. There are many styles from which to select, but ALL graceful,
dcw and handsome.
Also just received a full line of
Don't Ruin Your
With Poor Glasses
Cheap Glasses and badly fitted frames cause headache and pre
mature loss of sight. Let me test your eyes without charge and
fit you with a pair of glasses that will Keep Your Eyes Youn$.
A full stock of Watches, solid gold and filled cases. Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.
Fine Watch Repairing a specialty.
u v r.i j 1 1 2 1 ii :tch i si
Front Si., Neat to I'slac hotel. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
G. P. Pharmacy and
W. r. KREMER. Propr.
Lipton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas
-A A. J J
Ih not hard work if you have
the right kind of a Mower.
Now this is just what the
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co. are
offering to the public.
$3.50, $4.00, $5.50, $9.00.
See the Stearns Bali-Bearing
Lawn Mower before buying.
In Imported and
We are making in all the new and
stylish effects, Hats that please all
who see. We have a wilderness of
Flowers, Chiffons. Laces. Ribbons
Idea 10c Paper Patterns.
A Strong Feature
of oar store jmt now it iu fin assort
ment of blank book, liar tbm la
all sixes and styles, handsome and da
table. Great variety of office ledger
in strong bindings. Whatever yoar
need io stationery eaa supply
them, and give beat value for the
money. Large and couplet stock.
Full linn io all department. Priced
moderately mostly mora aa Wa
strive to please tlia smallest aa nail aa
(he largest purchaser.
National Drug Store.
TtugH, lattingat fill
A. F. Nelson went oat to (be Eureka
Rev. J. W. McDoagal made a trip to
Kerby Ibia week.
Earla B. and Sam Neat, of the Green
back mine, visited the Pass last week.
Hri. Kerea of Fossil, Oregon, has
been visiting relatives in tbla city, tbit
Hon. J. H. UcClung and Dr. W. L.
Cheshire, of Eugene, were here thia
week in attendance at the Gibeon
John H. Chapman formerly of Wil
liam Creek but now of Montana ia
visiting friends and relative here and
Mrs.' V. A. Peterson who has been
visiting in Grants Pass tbis week, re
turned to Cole Wednesday accompanied
by her sister. If rs. Ed Singleton of Wil
bur, Oregon .
F. V. Malta of Silver creek is spending
a few daya in town this week. Work on
the big tunuel has bean suspended
since last fall but may be returned in
the near future.
Arthur F. Stone, editor of the St.
Johosbury, Vt. Caledonian, and Mrs.
Stone spent Sunday in tbis city visit
ing the Hodges and Kinneys, who were
former residents of St. Johosbury.
W. H. Hampton returned Monday
from a political trip to Portland. Ht
states that Marion and Multnomah
counties are right in line for the republi
can party and "Furnish for governor"
is in the air.
Dsn L. Green, the well known
hydraulic miner of Galice, is spending a
lew days in Grants Pass this week.
He reports the miners all busy in his
district and that th water supply is far
better than usual at this season of the
A. B. Cousin, secretary and treasurer
of the St. Helens and Galice Consoli
dated Mining Company arrived here
Saturday evening from Portland and
went to Galice on Tuesday t visit the
company's mining properties there.
Cousin A Atkinson have consolidated
their Galice placers with the Washing-ton-Treadwell
quarts group in the Ht.
Helena district, and have extensive ope
rations in view io both districts.
The first speeches o( the campaign
from the republican standpoint will be
delivered here on Saturday evening, at
which Urn Hon. W. J. Furnish, nomi
nee for governor; A. M. Crawford, nomi
nee for attorney general ; J. II. Acker
man, nominee for state achool superin
tendent; and Hon. C. W. Fulton of
Astoria will be piesent and will speak.
Aa the opera house had been pre
viously engaged by the Old Kentucky
Home company, the speaking will
necessairly have to be he'd in the court
bouse, a that ia the only place
The speakers will arrive Saturday and
will be pleased to meet as many of the
republican voters as possible. Some of
these gentlemen are as fine political
speakers aa ate to be found in the state
and a cordial invitation is extended to
everybody, regardless of politics, to be
present and bear the issues of the cam
paign from a republican point of view.
A Socle. I Buslneaai Meeting
What might properly lie termed a
aoaial business meeting of the directors
of Ibe Board of Trade was bald at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Coe,
Tuesdav night The directors brought
along their families and enjoyrd the
hospitality of the Coe home. Aside
from a very p'eanant social evening,
several matters of importance were
brought up and passed upon by the
board. President Coe made a happy
address before those present, reviewing
the good that haa thus far been accom
plished by the Grants Pass Board of
Trade, and summing np the number of
matters of importance and the great
work yet to be done.
Tba matter of the exhibit building
was brought up and liberally discussed.
All seemed of the opinion that it would
be a wise plan to begin (he work of
erecting the building at once. A com
mittee consisting of Pres. K. L. Coe,
(Jeo. Cramer, and Dr. J. H. Moore, was
appointed to take charge of tha matter
and push it to a successful finish.
It was decided that the directors
would meet weekly from this time hence
forth, and Monday night of each week
was selected as the regular meeting
night of the board.
Ice cream and cake were served dur
ing the evening and games enjoyed. It
was a happy evening for all present.
What Shall w have for Dtcrt?
Tbis question arises in the family
every day. Lei us answer it lo-dsy.
Try Jell O, a delicious and healthful
dessert. Prepared in two minutes. No
boiling! no baking! simply add boiling
water and set to cool. Flavors: Leruon,
Orange, Raaberry and Straherry. Get
a package at jour grocers Io dsy. 10c.
The Dam la Begun.
The ssw mill recently insislled on
Rogue river near the site of the new
dam and which will be employed in
cutting timber for the construction ol
the Golden Drift Mining Co's dam across
tb Rogue, was started up the first of
the week, msrking the real beginning of
the great work this company bas fear
leaaly undertaken. The dam will have
a width of 80 feet on top and 100 feet at
the bed of the stream, it will extend 40
feet into th bank io order to withstand
the freshet and overflows of the
Rogue's mad waters.
The dam will be well anderway by the
arrival of the summer months. A repre
sentative of the Jackson Machine
Worka, of San Francisco, made the Dry
Diggings a visit Saturday, inspecting the
ground and plana of the new plant, in
order to put in a bid lor pumps and
piping (or bis company.
Stand Lia a Horn Wall
Between your children and tb tor
tare of itching and horning csema,
scald bead or other skin disease. How ?
why, by using Bncklen's Arnica Salve,
earth' greatest healer. Quickest core
for Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rkeum,
Cut, Burn or Braise. Infalllbl for
Pile. 25c at Kramer'.
Wia a prise with toar Kodak 14000
io prise offered. Bee Voot hie.
sty Ion ol Carpet
Cuttle Thiove In Grant Put.
Last Thursday Wm. Psnce, of Tolo,
cam into Grant Pass looking for three
bead of cattle that bad been stolen from
his farm sevtral day before. Tba (aid
cattle' Mr. Pence found in the corral of
W. I. Sweetland, tha butcher, and there
by hangs a tale.
Nearly a week previous to this time
two strangers came into Grants Pas
driving two cows and a four-montha-old
calf. The beef was for sale and as Mr.
Sweetland is in that business, he bought
the bovine and placed them io hi cor
ral to fatten. He did not know that the
cattle had been stolen till Thursday
when Mr. Pence came in and recognized
them as his missing stock. It dawned
upon W. I. Sweetland at once that he
had been made the game of wily
"rustlers" and he lost no time in get
ting on their trail. There were two of
them, though only one showed himself
much. He wa a small, dark complected
man and rode a gray horse. They are
known to be making their way north
and as their trail ia being closely fol
lowed it is not likely that they will
escape their pursurers.
Recruit (or Co H.
The members of Company II, O. N. G.
are making a special effort to eulist
recruits. The yearly encampment
which will probably be held at Seaside
this season, will be one of the Incen
tives to work, as it Is reported that
no company can be in attendance unless
there sre 50 of its members to goto en
campment. At present the whole mem
bership is less than 50 and there will be
a number of discharges issued before
encampment time. Young men of good
moral character are desired for mem
bership. The Exhibits Building.
People are guessing what baa become
of the Board of Trade exhibits building
matter. The building would have
been underway some time sgo if tb
directors could have secured brick for
the foundation but thia they were un
able to get, and cannot get for some
time yet. Several hundred dollar of
the money subscribed has been collected
and is in the hands of Treasurer II. L.
Gilkey at the First National bank.
Those who have not paid their sub
scription are ready and willing to do se
as soou as the building is underway.
Troopa Move South.
The commanding general notified
Colonel Coo I i duo Saturday that head
quartets, band and two companies of
the 7th, stationed at Vancouver were to
bold themselves in readiness to start on
May li for the camp of instruction at the
Presidio, where they will remain until
joined by the other two battalion from
Alaska and the Philippines. The olll-
cial order for the move has not been
issued yet, but all arrangements for the
start are being rapidly completed. The
Seventh received its lirst order to leave
January 28 for the Philippines, which
order was revoked this week. Two com
panies of the Seventh, F and L, been
stationed at Vancouver Barrack since
Will We Celebrate?
The Board ol Trade at its next meet
ing will consider the matter of a celebra
tion of the Nation' birthday next
Fourth of July. Other towns in the
state are already making preparations
for a celebration aim if Granta Pane
is going to make the eagle scream on the
Fourth, it is time we were talking the
mattter over, at least.
Gets One Yee-r.
Jus. Clarke, the holm opium fiend
ho stole to caies of haia from the
store of E. C. Dixon in this city several
weeks sgo, was tried for larceny in the
piecentl term of circuit roi.rl. He was
found guilty of the charge and begged
for another trial. This was not granted
and he waa given one year at the state
penitentiary. Clarke Is a very low and
legenerated ipecimen of humanity and
Judge iianua bolieves that a year's
service at Salem will do him good.
School closed for the season last Fri
day, April 25.
Mrs. M, C. Bond visited Grants Pas
Charles Crow was seen on our streets
Henry Booth was visiting Merlin
Guy Colby made a trip to Placer Sun
day, returning the same evening.
Mr. Kada was on our streets Satnrday.
Mr. Ends has moved Io Galice.
W. A. Maasie lias purchased the terry
near GaMce and will move there soon to
take charge of it.
M. Reynolds and daughter Ida went
to Foots criek tiatoiday.
Mrs. Tom Butts from Placer wa visit
ing hi-r daughter, Mrs. Kay Colby of this
city, one day last week.
Mrs. Kite lluiitly waa visiling her
sister Mrs. Ray Colby, Tuesday of last
week. Mrs. Iluntly left on the early
morning train Wednesday for Portland,
where she goes to make her home.
You can find all kinds of wares at
Prof. Mi-C'onnell's store, for ladies and
gentlemen. Mrs. Mt.Connell is a very
proficient milliner anil can trim a hat to
suit you. Call and sen her hat.
Mkhmx Niiiut Hawk.
NuTH ) K"M TKIX.
The "Night Hawk" has ceasod his
creaming, so "Trix" will have some
thing to say now. We think the Night
Hawk has been caught by that queer
animal be described not long sgo.
Uur school closed Friday evening
with appropriate exercises by the pupils
Mrs. I). W. Mitchell and children,
rns'le Grants l'aa a visit last week.
Mr. Ham Duaenburg and family have
moved to Galice to reside for a few
The Rev. Mr. Long is able to go abont
again, We are glad be is, for we enjoy
bis sermons very much.
Mr. Edward Bland took in the show
in Grants I'sos laat Wednesday.
Harry Chapin, of our town Is now
employed a clerk (or Mr. Loomis, the
Galice merchant. Tux
What Thin Folks Need
a greater power ol digesting and
assimilating food. For them Dr. King's
New Life I'iIis work wonders. Tbey
tone and regulate the digestive organa,
gently expel all poisons from the sys
tem, enru h the blood, improve appetite
make beallby fl- sh. Only i'jc at Dr.
nnd Linoleums Just vlmt you need,
Go to Coron for Plumbing.
Lime and cement at J. Wolke's.
Acoro stove at cost at J. Wolke's.
M. Clemens, Prescription Draggil ,
8e Voorhiss about Kodaks and Supplies
Fine line of cane poles at J. Wolke'a.
We are closing out our crockery at
cost J. Wolke.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Range at Coron'.
A complete line of the celebrated
Mitchell Buggies, Hacks and Wagons.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
The School New issued Its final
number on Saturday. lis unexpired
subscription pledges will be fulfilled by
Rev. H.N. Ros ser goes to Williams
Sundsy to hold quarterly conference, so
there will be no preaching at the South
Acorn Stove at Cost at Wolke'.
Curtis t Co. Watchmakers, and
Jeweler carry a complete stock ol
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges cheap at
Kodaks at The Courier office.
This Wednesday evening the demo
crats are having political speaking at
the opera house. Hon. Geo. Z Cham
berlain, nominee for governor, I the
principal speaker. W, A. Wann,
nominee tor state school superinten
dent, is also one of the speakers,
New Line and A 1 Cane Pole at J.
Scott Griffin handle Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red olover
seed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
see 1 also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tim
othy Hay! Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats..
3 Inch second hsu I wagon for aalo
cheap at J. Wolke'a. -
Rev. R. L. Johnston, the new pastor
of the Christian church, lust Sundsy
evening gave the first one of a series of
sermons on "Preparation for Heaven."
The aubject will be the theme for several
Sunday evening aervicea. Th church is
now doing well and great interest is
being manifested among the members.
A rush of locators occurred at the U.
8. land office in Roseburg Tuesday, the
occasion bsing the opening to settle
ment of townships 25 south, range 1 and
2 west, for which the surveys were
recently approved. The principal at
traction was a fine body of limber land
on Rock creek, a tributary of the North
Umpqua coming in east of Mt. Scott.
New Photo Mounts at the Courier olllce,
Many people in Granta Pass will lie
pleased to learn that Prof. W. F.
Cameron, who wa principal of the
school here in 1897 97, has been elected
principal of the Ashland school for next
year. Last year Prof, O. A. Hitchcock
wa employed a principal lor a term
of two year and was given a year'
vacation. Prof. Cameron took his
place during hi absence and speedily
won hi way Into the hearts of Ashland
people. When, last Satuiday, Prof.
Hitchcock tendered hi resignation, the
board of directors Immediately elected
Prof. Cameron to fill the vacant place.
The dime social given by th Ladies'
Aid society at the home of Mr. and Mis
O. L. Mangum Friday evening was well
attended, A short program was given
and refreshments which for excelled the
usual dime social fate, were served.
All present reported a most pleasant
Mother Cray's Jwsel Powders
For Children. Mother Gray, for year
a nurse in the Children' Home in New
York, treated children successfully with
a remedy, now prepared and placed iu
the drug stores, called Mother Gray's
Sweet Powders for Children. They ato
barmlesa aa milk, pleasant to take and
never fail, A certain cure for fevorish-
ness, constipation, headache, teething
and atomsch disorders and removes
worms. At all druggists, 25c. Sample,
sent Free. Address Allen 8. Olmsted,
Le Roy, M. Y.
Miss Msy Sutton took up Ix-r duties
sgsln Monday, after a wejk's rest at her
borne la Ashland.
Many classes stopped their advance
work thia week and will devote Ilia rc-
maindsr of the term to reviews for th
The school haa secured the Woodman
hull for tha evening of May 12, for the
Bonk Social for the benefit of the school
library. The scholars are to furnish all
th program which will constat of music,
recitation and the drill "The Star Himn
The school bsse ball team aru much
emouraged by their victory over the
town team Tuesday afternoon. While
tins was not at all a fair test of the ahili
ity of either of the trams, the school hoys
will feel more enthusiastic and have
more confidence in themselves hereafter.
Manager Claude Williams is correspond
ing with Gold Hill hoys slid is trying Io
arrange for a game in thia city during
the teacher institute next month. The
following I the line np ol the school
team: Pitcher, Carl Marvin : catcher,
Eugene Cubnrn ; 1st base, Henry Booth ;
2nd bsse, Roy Hai kett, 3d bate, Clauds
Williams; shortstop, Al Schmidt; Haid
er, Bruc SUvenson, Howard Mitchell
and Krster Chapman.
The next meeting of Die Athenian
Literary Society will lie held Friday,
lill.LKLAMJ At th Good Samaritan
hospital in Portland, April 2U, I'lO'i, ol
pnenmonia, Jamea O. liillelaud, aged
Mr. Oilleland waa formerly engaged in
mining and prospecting in southern
Oregon and has a number of friends in
A farewell supper will be given at the
Salvation Army hall oa Saturday even
ing, Hay Id, at which time there will be
swearing in of recruits. Ice rrm and
cake will be served at 10 cents. Fare
well meeting Sunday evening, Every
Killed in Ohio.
Tbos. Sutton, on of the two miners
who recently told the noted Roaring
Gimlet mine, in the " Kane' creek dis
trict, disc a horrible death few days
ago by being run over by strain in
Sutton after disposing of his interests
in Southern Oregon went east on a trip,
and in company with two oilier mining
men, was journeying from Ohio to New
York city. Just before getting out of
Ohio, Sutton was misled from the train,
and his friend becoming alarmed, insti
tuted a search, A special train was
sent back aud the body of Sutton,
horribly mangled, was found beside the
track. It seems that in passing from
one coach to the otber .be had fallen
from the platform.
Socialist County Convention,
The socialists of Jos phine county
held their first convention and nomi
nated the socialist county ticket last
J. P. Galeneer was chosen chairmau
and J. B. PaddiH-k, secretary, of the
Rejecting all ofiins for fusion they
proceeded to put up a ticket with the
nominees confined to strict believers in
the socialist principles. The only tiouble
experinced was the difficulty in getting
men to accept nominations; none wish
ing toslaud up and face certain defeat.
However, the cause demanded sucrificea
and the following ticket was finally put
up to make the first fight and record
the strength of Josephine socialists:
Representative, Marcus W. Robbins.
Clerk. C. L. Kdgerlon.
Sheriff, Harry Tripled, of Merlin,
County Judge, J. It. Paddock.
Commissioner, Charles Wolllllo, of
' Assessor, N. Reynolds.
Treasurer, J. P. Galeneer.
No nominations were made for County
Surveyor or Coroner. As there were not
100 voters present at the convention the
nominees will have to get on the ollicial
ballot by pe'ition. which petition Is
now being circulated for signatures.
Rev- Ble-lr Installed.
The initallntion of Rev. J. E. Blair
as pahtro the PrrshUerian church at
Glcndaltf occurred Wednesday the 30th.
Synodical Missionary Dr. Holt, ol
Portland, Pev. J. A. Townsend, of Rose
burg and Rey. Chile. Hays, of this place,
conducted tho services.
May I Grand hall by Azilea Circle at
May 3 Republican. Kally.
May It "Old Kentucky nomu" at the
Mav 14 1.') Teachers' annual county In
May 17 Democrrtic rally at the opcis
Kav It) 2t Wiudeman's Big JShow, at
May 30 Memorial Day exercise at
opsra house. '
May 31 Grand republican rally at
Tli New K oil road,
Col. Draper and his first assistant en
gineer for the proposed Oregon & I'aciflc
Uailroad, arrived In Uranta i'ass Mon
day night from San I-'ruucisco and speut
Tuesday with the coiniuiltee appointed
by the Hoard of Trade in looking over
the grounds und inuking general pre
liminary arrangements for the building
of the new roa I. It is likely that by (he
last of this week the committee, uud Col.
Draper Mill have nude ilelluite artange
inents for the commencement ol the sur
vey from (irants fuss to Waldo.
Advertlssd Letter List. -
Following is the list of letters retnatu
ing uncalled for iu the I Irani, lVs post-
ollice, .Saturday, Ap.il l',M2;
Abbott, Mr OroK, Hurtle, MissCIre,
lltcks, l'slia, Jciunir, rneuig,
Loolbonrow.Mary, l.ee, Ms M ittin,
Anderson, Ueo, L', Hron, (ieo W,
llarnay, J Martin, Heard, A H,
Couterl, Hilly, Cl.uk, Iir Herald,
Owen, Uharlie, Wilis, Clus 11,
C K. Hauuon, 1'. M.
The rpUcopo.1 Church.
Regular morning mid evening servi
ces, wiil le held ut the Kpiscopal church
in tlrant I'umh on Sunday, May -tih, and
weekly thervultcr l.y the Key. Mr.
Duughters who lull I. ecu appointed by
the llitdiop as rncloi.
A Fine llorso Dead.
About H .'M last Hit ur!:iy nigh', one
of tlio lluu hums ol (he team of W.J.
Cnll'iiiaii, and one of Win. Ireland,
the two te.niH occupying llni .uuu
it utile, were suddenly rlrikin within
digestion or some ktmlied ailment. Hi -
lore ilitylitilit next inoiiiiug (,' HiiiriiV
horce was dead and the Ireland uuiiuul
nearly an. Through the heroic eHirU
of its owner, mid the work ' lr. Ahhol,
tin taller tunned horitu was saved.
I'olTutaii's hone wus a line diaft
aniinul weighing 1 lol( pounds and ia a
Ion" that the o-nn-r cannot well sITird.
The hoii.es when lift u'l kil , acieil
very iinn-h ua though they had beei
poisoned, b it later developments in III.
case have led to tl u conclusion thul in-
dig'St:0M a tlte can -e of tno trouble.
In tin- nl of '1 hoiii.i-, 1 1 a hoiHi
furnisher, on the flint wge 1 1 this iisue
apears a proiniiiont mention of "law i
springs". Many of II r. Tin inns'
patrons may l e piuilrd to ideutify such
an article. 'Mm present season is not
yet far enough advanced to make, l're
ing upon the lawn salubrious on plea
iinL Nor is it the idea to inntiiute any
system of sub-irrigation of lawns by
means of springs ol wa'.er. It is merely
a printer's error and ''lawn swingn"are
what Mr. Tlioman means to a li-rlise.
For School Library.
A book MM-iel will lie given at the
Woo Initio hall Saturday evening, Mav
17, by the school for the bcrieiri of the
school library. A literary and nnHcal
program is being prepared and one of
the features of tha evening will lie the
representation of the titles of books b
the costumes of the students present.
A pri.e will be given for the beat sua
taiued charae'er. K-frediini.ta wU be
served. I'rice of admis-ion 2"c.
Second Ilexnd 1'ie.no for Sale
If you want a good second hand piano
cheap, call al this olllc without delav.
Columbia, liarllord and Vedette
Bicycle at Cramer Bros.
nr. A.. TJ. T I AXIY A.1
The Right Kind
ONC or TMC t ATK5T,
lect any of the . new Popular Styles
shown this season.
Fine Qualities, $12. to $18.
Ask to see the HOWARD and
MILITARY Coat. '
A large assortment of dependable
Clothing, $5.00, fs. 50, $6.oo, $6.50,
$7.00 and $S.oo. . - "'
P. H. Harth & Son.
WALK OVER 8IIOE9. MEN'S FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS and VALISES.
Stops Th Cough und Work
off th Cold.
Laxative ltrmno Qiilnln Tablets curs
cold In one day. Ko Cure, No Pay.
Trice :-4 cents.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rsward
or any case of Catarrh that cannet be
cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Ciik-NKY A Co , Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known F.
i. Cheney for the last 15 year audi bs
liave him perfectly honorable ia all
business transaction, and financially
able to carry out any obligation a ad by
Wiht & Truax, Wholesale Drnggiatr,
Waldisu, Kimxan A Mauvibt,' Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O. ,-. .
Hall' Cat an h Cur ia taken Internally
acting directly upon th blood and
mucous surfaces of th system. 75c. per
bottlo. Bold by all Druggist. Testi
Hall' family Pill at th beat.
ftmlilia' Dandruff Pomade
Htopj itching scalp upon on appllca
tion, three to tix remove all dandruff
and will atop falling bair. Price 60c,
at all druggist. For sal by ' lover
Drug Co. '
Don't Send to Chicago. -Having
purchased a large (lock of
ladies gold watches and wishing to tarn
thent into other goods, I will offer to
th public of Josephine county for th
next 20 days the following price, a 6
site Klgln 7 Jewelled movement and 20-
year gold Oiled case for til; wa $11.
O sine 20-year gold case, Waltlam
movement, (12; was $17. A fsw bar
gains in gents' 17-jewellsd watche,
fail and mt my prices at
LrruiisH' Jawsi.at Stori,
Next Door to Palace Hold.
l.SS LAUUA I' A UK Ell.
INSTRUCTOR OF 1'IA.SO MUSIC.
Cor. D and 3d sis., North of Factory
R. L. GOg & CO.
Clothing Department. . -
Somo OonuinotUargains in
V U w'
R. L. COE (Si CO.
1, I, ITouno Furnisher. IVortli iShlo.
USU W2 . MM MS
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sunn (J aWmk Onrn , I
There is a right kind of Clothes
and a wrong kind of Clothes to buy.
A great many "makes" are put tip to
sell on their "flashy" appearance
without regard to quality or durability.
This store sells the RIGHT kind
of Clothing, right in Style, rght in
Quality. Our Clothing is honest and
dependable in every regard: made 'to
look well and wear better, or we'U
give your money back.
Our stock is large so you can se
ROOMS for rent furnished and onfur-nh-hed
for houne keeping. Mrs. Clara
AUtlkon, (lib and K streets.
Woodchoppers wanted. Level ground,
good timber, good terms, cash pay.
Apply to or address E. K. Kedlield, O leu-
70 Ewes, T) January, lambs, and One
Buck, Coiswoold and Merino Mixed,
free from Diuaae, lor K (or the Hand,
i'our choice of ou ewes, ou lambs and the
In kforfm Bcott (JriUin, Urauu 1'rss,
QO 1.11 Mill A Oraphophone nearly new
aud In good condition for sale at a
reduction, luipdre at thia olllce.
AT "TUB Flllb" Poland China Pigs
$10 each, Plymouth Hook ai.d.VThite
Wyandotte eggs $l.uu per setting of 13
eggs. II. B. Alvesso.
A good side spring hack, two lots with
house and barn, i'or sale cheap.
Inquire at this olUoe.
OUAKTZ mine on Mt Reuben, one mile
from the Lawrence mine, 10 miles
from l.elond. There is an open cut of KU
feel in length by DO feet in depth, expos
Inr a vein ol over 4 feet will assaying $,k)
per tun. Anarraatre u now being put up
on the property. This properly can lis
purchased at a reasonable price now. In
quire at this oilim or call or address J. W.
Esdes, Inland, Ore-
-v-iAKE your wheel to Cramer Bros, for
Us Allen's Foot Ease,
A powder to be shaken into th shoes.
Tour tret feel swollen, Dsrvous and hot,
and get tired easily. If you have smart
ing feet or tight shoes, try Allen' Foot
Ease. It cools the fret, and make
walking easy. Cure swollen, sweating
feet, ingrowing nail, blisters and callous
spots. Relieve corn and bunion of
all psin aud give rest and comfort.
Try it to-day. Hold by all diuggist and
ho stotei for 25c. Trial package Free.
Address, Allan B.Olmsted, Ls Roy, N.Y.
Planet Jr. garden tool at Cramer
- . 1 (jr.
Doubler nnd Single Eronstcd.
Round and Square Cut.
Good Heavy Linings.
Well mado4ly First-class workmen.
You will bo surprised at tho Values
that wo aro showing in our
$7.95 Line of Men's Soits.
QR Suits, Jlcn's Summer' CA1Q
M Worsted at . " ;J0.W.
Tho Best Material.
Tho Best Workmanship.'
The Best Lining.
Tho BcBt; Valuo you ever saw for