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.-We are Headquarters for-
Fireworks for the 4th
personal jj local fcappenino ! 1"""""' "" ,"H""1"",lri
Medford on I
We will scud up a 25-foot Fire-Work
Eulloon t 8:o() i. m. July 4, 11(02. We
will put an Order for .5 in it aud the
jhtsou who presents the Order at onr
Store will be entitled to in Cash.
We have a fall line of . Summer
(foods for the Fourth aud your pat.
ronage is what we want.
And we will get it by giving you
Good Goods for less than you can get
the same elsewhere.
You Can Get Anything You Need at
Kessler's Chicago Racket Store.
Have You vSeen
The liar-rains in Crockery, Glassware and Lamps
which arc displayed in our corner window ? Many
have profited by our exceptional offers and we have
plenty of good tilings left. Look at these prices:
7 piece Glass Berry Set 35c
4 piece Water Set 45C
4-piece Engraved Glass Set 75c
Large Glass Fruit Dish . 210
6 Glass Goblets 39c
Fancy Globe Shape Rochester Lamp. . . $2 00
Glass Lamps from 20c upwards.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Oil CooKing vStove
Is the nutonialir blue (lame oil looker.
It is a boon to the housewife iu hot
weather and will boil, bake or roast
like a charm. It bums a gallon of oil
in sixteen to twenty hours, and is the
safest, simplest, cleanest and most
economical stove ever made.
Jlair-Iliddlo Hardwire Co.
AT JEWELL S OLD STAND.
Don't Ruin Your Eyes With Poor Glasses
Cheap Glasses and badly fitted frames cause headache and pre
mature loss ot sight. Let me test your eyes without charge and
fit you with a pair of glasses that will Keep Vour Eyej Young.
A full slock of Watches, solid gold and filled cases, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.
Fine Watch Repairing a specialty.
. v r .1 " 1 1 1 : 1 jni 3tc 111:1,
Front Sl, Next to Palace hotel. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
GETTING READY FOR THIS
of July is w hat you should do now by
selecting one of our bunds n.e summer
hats, eitln r for dress or outing. Our
hats are beauties in style, trimming
dud exquisite combination of the lat
est fashions iu trimmings. We have
many styles for mu.iy fares and all at
a GREAT REDUCTR N. Call and
of rapors and skirts.
see our line
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf 's.
New Idea 10c Paper Patterns.-
A Popular Health Resort in the Siskiyous.
Health Restoring Waters,
Invigorating Mountain Air.
Colestin Mineral Springs Hotel
Kates $2.00 per Iy; $9 and $!0 per Week
Camping Privileges for Rent.
II. C. TELFORD, Propr.
C. C. Taylor Ti sited
C; L. Cleveuger returned ou Tues
day from the Eureka mine.
Wess Smith and diet Moore were
iu from Briggs creek the first of the
Ed Hubbard, of Love's Station, lias
been spending several days iu town
W. J. Golires of Kerby has been
spending sereral days in Grants Pass
Mr. Olias. Tabor and Miss Mary
Brady went to Ashland Friday for a
visit with friends. ,
O. S. Gooduow was iu town this
week from his mining property on up
MiRs Hattie Cook left Friday morn
ing for Portland, to spend the sum
mer with her sister, Mrs. Rue Carlou.
R. E. Guthcridgo of Wedderburn,
visited Grants Pass last week a dele
gate of the Woodmen convention and
attending other business.
E. L. Musick arrived hero Tuesday
evening from Crescent City, on his
way to Coeur-d'Aleue, Idaho, where
he expects to engage iu teaching.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Scott of Ceu
tral Point, who havo been visiting
hero at the home of their daughter,
Mrs.ll. C. H. Day, returned home
H. C. Kinney and C. E. Harmon
members of the board of regents of the
Southern Oregon State Normal Schorl,
atteuded the annual meeting of the
board at Ashluud, Friday.
Noel E. Graves, C.E.of Yreka, Cal.,
is spending some time iu Grants Puss
and Josephine county. He will ojien
a branch office iu this citf and will
probably decide to locate permanently.
Mrs. Johnson of Waldo, and
daughter, Miss Ida, were iu Grants
Pass this week. Miss Johnson has
been attending school in Jacksonville
during the school year just passed.
R. B. Whiteside L.f ttuhith, Minn.,
was in town last week and went out
to the mine near Kerby, which is
under lease to the Whiteside Bros.
They arc also owners of a tract of
big trees, one of the California sum
N. D. Lee arrived here Saturday
from Vancouver, B. C. and is visit
ing with the family of his uncle, H.
L. Disbrow. He arrived ut Vancou
ver in April from his home iu Mont
real, Canada. He intends to make
Grants Puss his home.
Miss Susie Banuard, w ho has been
teaching in the Koseburg schools and
Miss Margaret Bannard, who has been
attending the state university, arriv
ed here Saturday evening to rejoin
their jmrents, Mr. aud Mrs. A. U.
Misses Madg Marshall, Zella Hare,
Frances Johnson and Katie Newell
spent several days at Schnn, return
ing tho first of the week. The girls
had a delightful time they say, and
the Selma people think the girls could
give pointers to the "pony express"
Z M. C. Munson, the Sunday school
missionary, was in town Mondav
night, having returned here after at
tending'the C. E. convention at Ash
land. On Tuesday, he uccoiiijiaiiied
his father, S. H. Munson of Koseburg,
Miss Lydia Munson aud Miss Heack
to Uybeo Springs where the jmrty
will remain for sometime, for the im
provement of the health of the elder
GIANTS IN THESE DAYS.
E. Bcnupre, the Canadian giant who
lassed through here a month or more
ago going to San Francisco, was a ms
scnger ou Monday evening's north-
iwuiiu inun. ah no stood in the car
door, stooping down that he might see
through it, ho was an object of the
most intense and lively cariosity on
the part of the assembled crowd.
Bcnupre is seven feet, 10 inches in
height and fairly well proportioned
but his bigness gives him a rut her gro
tesque apiiearance. Though not hand
some, lie is not ill lookinir and has
rather a sensible expression of coun
tenance. Bcnupre was a woodchoiii r
and pursued that vocation in the Brit
ish Columbia forests until discove red
and brought out into the world to jk.so
as a freak.
G( )( )DX( ) W-MO W E RS WEDDING.
John Orwell Gooduow- and Miss
Cora May Mowers, both well known
and esteemed young js-ople of tins
city, were united in itiatrimnnv on
Sunday evening ut the A. ). U. W.
hall. The wedding took place under
the auspices of the W. H. C of
which organization the bride is a
memlnr. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. J. W. McDnugall, 1,1111
prayer was offered bv Rev. Dnught.-rs.
After the ceremony the guests partook
of a sumptuous spread provided bv tin-
ladies of the Relief Cor. Almut l.",0
friends and mcmlicrs of the order were
. Mi-lean will speak.
Robert McLean will occupy
are 1 st supplied at our store. We
have a fall liue of all it may require
iu health or illness. Everything here
is fresh, pure and of most meritori
ous kind. The stork includes all the
hading prnfiric tary remedies, patent
mediciu'-s, druggists' sundries, per
fumery, toilet articles, etc., at prices
always lower than the lowest chargi-d
elsewhere. Special attention giveu
. G. P. Pharmacy and National Drug Store.
W. f. KREMER. Propr,
the pulpit ut the Presbyterian church
next Sunday 'morning. As Mr. Mc
Lean is intending to take his doKirture
soon for Porto Kico, it is likelv that
this will be the last opport unity of
listening to one of his sermons that
Grants Pass p.f,plu will have', for a
long time at least.
A special song service has U-en ar
ranged for the evening.
Sunday School meets ut 10 a. m.
There are Bible clas.es, young o
plc classes, intermediate classes and
a primary class. Parent are cordially
invited to attend aud bring the child
AH who wish to unite with the La
bor I'nion can"do"sooii July -tth by
calling at the Court houw between !l
a. ra. aud 5 p. m. By ordi r of A. F.
POSTGFFICEiT EST VBLLS H E D.
A new postoffice has been establish
ed at Spencer Creek, Klamath County.
It has been named Forest. Nathan L
High, sou of G. High of Ashland,
has been appointed jjostmaMer.
A postomce has also just been estab
lished at Nogget, Dougtas County.
Cio to Coron for Plumbing.
For rifles see Cramer Bros.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druunit ,
5 e Yoorhies about Kodaks and Supplies
Crockery, glassware, lump at cost
at Cramer Bros.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Shoes made to order at L. A. Lucus
6 Son's Harness shop.
If you need glassware call at Cra
mer Bros, for some rare bargains.
A complete line of the celebrated
Mitchell lingoes, Hacks and Wagons.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
New prices ou Marlin Rifles at Cra
Acorn Stoves at Cost at Wolke's.
Shoes neatly and quickly repaired
nt L. .A. Lucus & Sou's at Hackett's
Have you soeu the enrios from Su
matra iu Cramer Bros, corner win
dow? Fine line new buggies just received at
If you want a hat eheup call at Mrs.
M. P. Anderson's as sho is selling her
entire stock out absolutely at cost.
Tho Courier is now making a spe
cial rate of f 1 to new subscribers for
a year's subscription. Subscribe now.
Perfection oil stoves, finest in tho land,
at J. Wolke's.
See those sclf-soalinjj stono fruit jars
nt J. Wolke's.
Decorated crockery at cost at Cramer
Curtis it Co. Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a completo stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
Yes, wo sell Porcelain ware. Not
cheap gninito. Call and see tho differ
ence. J. Wolke.
Our closing out sain of crockery,
glassware aud lumps iH having the de
sired result and bargains are moving
rapidly. Call before they are ull
gone. Cramer Bros.
Strohel the shoemaker is still ut
Hackett's old stand doing shoe repair
ing and new work. Cull and we him ;
always ready to accomodate you.
Thc members of Comiany "H" are
steadily engaged in rifle practice, nt
their range east of town and are mak--ing
11 Very fair showing for accuracy.
I'nder the direction of E.B.Brown,
tin y are drilling porscvcringly iu view
of the encampment, which will be held
during the week of July 17.
sf Our stock of fancy decorated lamps
is being closed out at cost. Cramer
A meeting of the officers of the
Sunt hem Oregon Soldiers and Sailors
Reunion Association was held iu Gold
Hill recently and September lath to
iOth were the dates fixed for holding
the annual reunion.' Gold Hill had
previously been selected ns the place
for holding the reunion.
Ilerto McLean won first Greek prize
tins year at the Portland Acudemy,
from which, institution he was grad
uatccl, at the commencement exercises,
last 1 Tiduy evening. Ijist year he
won first prize iu declamation and
tlie preceding year the second prize
iu the Kinie branch. Next year he
will outer Hamilton college.
Scott Gritlin, proprietor of the New
Meat Market on Front Street, as
sociated w ith John Barrow, an exjiert
meat euuer, anil j. i, . Eastman, a
first class sausage maker, is now in
posit inn to furnish all mining camps,
saw nulls, hotels, railroad men, and
111 fact, evi rybody iu Josephine Coun
ty, Willi the ImsI of beef.mutloii.mirlt.
IKiultry, lard, anil bacon at the lowest
possible prices. Scott Gritlin has the
only exclusive hay, feed aud seed store
in Grants Pass, on Sixth street.
Scott Gritlin pays cash for hogs, cat
tle, hay and grain. - Credit extended
to r. gular pay day 011 good reference.
White Mountain Freezers from two
quarts to twelve quarts at Cramer
(lussxate ut cost ut Cramer llroi.
J. W. Bailey, slate dairy and food
commissioner for Oregon, was in Mod
ford Thursday of this week on duties
iwrlaining to his office. Mr. Bailey,
while crediting Kogue River valley
Willi being the burner apple district
of the coast, thinks it can lie made
one .f the leading dairy sections of
Oregon. The even climate, pure wa
ter and gnat abundance officii, this
U ing the only successful corn district
and the Is st alfalfa land in the state,
malvisthis valliy an ideal place for
handling cows profitably. Mail.
Winchester, Marlin mid Stevens
riMi s at ( 'rainor Bros.
ONE SIDED GAME.
The baseball game played here Sun
day between the Grants Pass and Mod
ford teams was not a game ; it was a
slaughnr. The Medford team was
clearly outi la.-s- d from the start and
Is fore the game was half over they
Weill to piece completely. The
(rants Pass lxiys showed their opi
nents no mercy, but 'piled up the runs
ill a manlier that made the wore a
si nodulous one. The Medford boys
stayed bravely to the bitter end and
accepted tin ir fate with commendable
fortitude. The wore was Sift 1 iu
favor of Grant Pa.
, Dl! ELIZA LEONARD.
All who are interested iu event in
China, will have a treat, in listen
ing to Dr. Eliza Leonard tell of her
eijs-riences, as a medical missionary
to China; opcoi.;y interesting will
be her dewription of the famojs
S11 go of Peking.
This address will Is free; only a
fn e w .11 offering will Is- taken.
Every one cordially invited. Tu -day
July 1st, at S p. m. in the Presby
On Rogue RivT road, leading from
(rants Pas to I-e's School Hoase,
one ru'-fengc containing three shirts
and one pii-ce underwear. Finder
will pli-a leave at office.
n til ia?i sjr s.-
1 s D
One Hundred Cents Worth
of fiflcrchandisc for 100 cents
Never since we havo been in business in tins city have we done so larC0 a G SWTS nSSS
..... v. uo mia suusun. jient wins o take sales but tho hiehest r rJ
standard in values for the lowest price.
You will need a new outfit for the 4th of July
You want the correct thing wo have the largest assortment to bo found in
The New Military Coat
seems to be a favorite aud is indeed a very dressy garment. We are showing
them in all the new colorings Tlio color apparently tho favorite is the New
For a stylish shape in hats tho Pantourist hold its own and sell more readily
than other shapes.
The Walk-Over leads 'cm all. Tending toward straight lasts and
lighter soles and small dressy tip-no tans-thoy are a dead one. More patent '
-...v. liiiaiucu um iiiissseitsou man ever betoro.
Oolf! Golf! Apparently every ono wants a golf shirt and no wonder they
are tho cmbodyment of comfort for a hot summer day
SESJ COLLARS Tho folded collar leads
. NLCKW EAR Tans and ercena lend tlio nnrnw tnr.in.unnA !..
... --- . w avua'au uuuu auu IUQ icier
sible in same small pinch knot.
Needless to say fancy half hose &re tho proper thing.
,4 P. 11. Harth & Son.
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THE LATEST SHAPE IN HATS
COUNTY TREASURERS NOTICE.
There are funds in the treasury to
pay all warrants protested up to July
Interest ceases at this date.
J. T. Taylor,
May 11th, I'.MU.
Fishing Tackle und Sporting goods at
The Southern Oregon Chaiitanipia
Assi'inhly July II IS ut Ashland, Ore
gon. Everything first-class, lectures,
schools, music, fun, pictures, good
camping. Hon. llenry Watlersoii and
Roht. Mclntire are aiuong the lectur
ers. Be sure to come. For part ieu
hirs address T. A. Hayes, sic,
Ashland, ( ii'egou.
COW FOR SALE.
A good milch cow, Jersey, for sale.
Iinpiire of W. R. Nipper.
A good, sound draft horse weighing
alKiut i:i(H for sale. Cull tn U It,
Penny, four miles east of town.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges cheap at
ISS LAURA PARKER.
INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO MUSIC.
Cor. I) and 3Jdtg., North of Factory
Get your shoes rejiairod at L. A
Lucus & Sou's Harness shop.
Gre&t stock Reducing sale
Have Too Many Goods in Stock
At present n,l l.av. derided to ivduoo my Stock, and to do this within the next
I will Sell everything at a Great Reduction
f'l til I I VI' I'l'llVlL'IflfO. . .. .
.. 1.- i.. ,i- .
u i hi ..- per tc in. Discount. H
SIIOl-S at 10 to 15 per cent Discount.
$10.00 Suits at
8.00 to $ 8.50.
9.50 to 10.00.
12.00 to 12.50.
15.50 to 16.00.
17.00 to 18.00.
Get Your Clothes Now and
WELCH'S CLOTHING STORE.