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2UI on Saving Money
7Yra Reminds it
We are not up a stump for
Good Things to Eat.
LOOK AT THE LIST.
Boston Baked Beans, largo cans 50o
Armours Pork & Beans. . ' . . .!".08c
Veal Loaf. .. .'. i""."j5o
Vienna Sausage jq,,
Hicuzes Bilked Beans..'. 20,,
Hills Sweet Pickles, per pint 20o
LARGE SOUR PICKLES, PER QUART. . . . .... . . .. 10c
Albert Roche Sardines !..12,VJ
Underwood Sardines (key opener) 10c
Underwood Soused Mackerel ' 20c
Van Camps Soups just the thing for hot weather . .12,0
Comb Honey. Cockerliue Creamery Butter.
Clover Leaf Creamry Butter. Siskiyou Mineral Water.
White House Grocery,
Opposite trto P. O.
Do You Wash?
Your clothes at home? If yor do wo can
show you the best stock of Wringers and
Washing Machines wo have ever had. Wo
can suit anyone that has washing to do.
Challenge (wood) . .
3 25 I
3 75 1
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK.
I'ATTOXS SUN PROOF PAINT.
Hiiir-lUddle Hardware Co.
Great Reduction in
Ladies Muslin Underwear.
Our entire Line on sale this week. Tho Stock
is full and New. Plenty to select from. Some
rare Bargains. It will pay you to see them before
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf.
New Idea 10c Paper I'attcrns.-
NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE.
"I was treated for three years by
good doctors, " writes W. A. Greer,
McConucllsvillc, O., "fur Piles and
Fistula, but when all failed, Hue k
leu's Arnica Sulvo cured nie in two
weeks." Cures Burns, Bruises, Cuts,
Corns, Sores Eruptions, Salt Rheum,
Piles or no pay. 2"h: at Kreiner's
Western $5 00
Anth Wayne 5 00
Buckeye 8 00
Boss 9 08
will need good tackle. Our stock of
Flies, Spoons, Lines, Reels and Rods
is complete and we sell the best that
can xs procured. Fishermen using
our tackle are sure to get good reports
from the other 1 net of the line.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
SURE tTRK FOR PILES.
Itching Piles produce moisture and
mines itchin. Tim forru, at well as
I'.liiul, lileedinit or Protruding Piles are
inr.d bv Dr. llo-aan ko'i I'll. ltnneilr.
.Slops ili'hing and blefdinfr. Alxorbs
tumors. 50.' ajar at Diungists, or sent
by mail. Treatise free. Write me
about four rase. Dr. Hjaanko, Pbilada.
P. For rale by W. F. Kremer.
L COE a c
Over 300 of the Latest Novelties
from two of tho largest manufactures in tho United Slates.
Shown in all the varied Styles, Coloring and Lengths, that
arc meeting with high favor among the largo City stores of
New York and Chicago.
We have made a special hit this season in securing a
largo stock of the New Three-Quarter Length, Close Fitting
Coats. In Tan, Modes, Rod and Black.
you buy liriiit
Miss Cora Smith returned from Sun
Mr. and Mrs. George How laud re
turned from Portland Wednesday.
Mr. ' aud Mrs. R. L. Demaree of
Greenback spent several days in town
Miss Lucy George of Kerbv went to
Ashland Monday to attend the
Southern Oregon Normal.
Rer. W. S. Holt of Portland aud
Rev. J. B. Blair of Gleudalo were
in Grants Pass on Thursday last.
Miss Merle Hockett went to Salem
Monday to euter school. She had just
returned from a trip to San Francisco.
Master Camdeu Mitchell went to
Colestin Wednesday to spend a few
weeks with his father Alex. Mitchell,
who is there for his health.
Earl Cousor of Portland arrived in
Grants Pass Sunday, to tako the po
sition of bookkeeper in tho First Na
tional Bank. Mr. Cousor is a brother
of Mrs. J. L. Guult.
Mrs. Fannie Wertz-Borchert of
Sacramento arrived Thursday and
will spend a month with her parents
Mr. aud Mrs. F. E. Worts. Mr
Borchert will be iu Grants Pass next
week for a few days' visit.
Miss Delia Prico now of Watson
villo, Calif., was given a surprise
visit by a large number of riends at
her homo a few weeks ago and in
speaking of the event, tho Pajaronian
says. "Miss Price, who is a bright
student, aud who is exceedingly pop
ular with her schoolmates, will enter
Stauford University this year. Her
friends, who predict for her a worthy
and successful college career, hud as
sembled to wish her well iu tho work
she is soon to take up.
Dr. Lowe, the optician will be iu
Grants Pass Oct. , 10 and 11.
PRAISE HER VOICE.
The Sunday Orcgoninu under the
heading of "Singers and Players" has
the following to say of Mrs. J. L. '
Gault of this place: I
"Mrs. Gault, neo Conser, of Grants
rass, anil rormerly 01 this city, is
sjiendiiig a few weeks hero. Her
voice is unusually rich and full and
of a beautiful quality. Mrs. Gault is
continuing her vocal work with Mrs.
Rose Bloch-Buuer. "
The following subjects are to be
discussed by Evangelist Holmes in
Wednesday, "A Searching Ques
tion." Thursday evening "Apostolic Con
Friday evening "The Establish
ment of the Kingdom."
Thero will bo 110 preaching on Sat
urday evening but an illustrated lec
ture and program will bo given. t
Sunday morning "The Relation of
Pastor and Church."
Sunday, 8:30 p. m. "Men Only."
Sunday evening 'The Holy Spirit'
A cordiul welcome is extended to
THE TENT MEETING.
The Sunday services at the tent
were a great success. Iu the morn
ing, Evangelist Holmes used for a
subject, "The Evangelist and His
Work." He gave a splendid address
which was appreciated by all who
In tho evening they had the
largest congregation which has been
present since tho meetings began.
The large tent was crowded full and
many stood outside.
Prof, and Mrs. Webb sang t wo of
their beautiful selections und Mr.
Holmes preached an excellent sermon, ,
using for a subject, "The Sinless
Christ." Dean Sanderson of the
Christian Divinity College at Eugene'
was present and gave a flue talk, at !
the close of which the congreagtion !
reiiaircd to the church to witness the I
On Monday evening the evangelist
ga-e an interesting address on the
"Great Gulf Fixed" illustrating his
talk with a chart. The Tuesday
evening meeting was gnc.d; the shak
ing and singing were good indeed.
There have been 11 additions to the
Mr. Holmes is very clear, interest
ing and forceful speaker. The jM-ople
of Grants Pass are highly phased
with the sermons of the evangelist
and with the singing of Prof, and '
Mr. Johnson, the pastor, says the
meetings will likely last two or three
weeks longer as the! interest may demand.
The many customers who liave already taken advantage of the
rare bargains offered at this discount sale were surprised and pleased
with the big values they received We still have bargains in many
, lines, and although we sold hundreds of dollars worth we still have
goods for all.
Notice These Prices.
Chopping Bowls, Large . 22c
3 6-Food Double Leaders 25c
Flies, Best Quality, Two for 5c
Lamps, Complete 25c
Tooth Picks ; 4c
Clothes Pins, 40 for 5c-
Clothes Lines, 50-ft 10c
Copper Bottom Wash Boilers j.35
Express Wagons, 12x24 1.35
Six Lovely Glasses 35c
Six " Tumblers 40c
15x21 Looking-glass 64c
Woolen Dress Goods 30c now 25c
" " .-.500 " 33C
" 48c " 32c
Ladies' shoes at a big cut, below cost as follows: $2.35, now
$1.84; 81.10 now 90c; $1.35, now $1.10; $1.45, now $1.20; $1.90, now
$1.42; $1.70, now $1.32; $1.20, now 98c.
Just received a big line of fall goods Boots and Shoes,
QHieaGO RTIQKET STORE
V ANOTHER RUNAWAY.
Runaways aro occurring lately iu
Grants Pass with regularity. Tho
last one was of a serious nature and
occurred on upper Seventh street, the
delivury team of the Sugar Pine Storo
being tho principals.
Coming down tho grade below tho
residence of W. H. Freed, the horses
became frightened and dashed dowu
the street. The regular driver was off
duty anil the young man who had
charge of the reins soon found himself
unable to manage tho runaways. The
badly frighteued animals had not
proceeded far when one of them fell
and was dragged a great distance by
tho other, the whole oat lit piling up
iu a heap near the Booth barn. Tho
horse that had fallen was so badly
injured that ho had to bo hauled
Home on a dray. Tho harness and
wagon were badly damaged.
V BICYCLE THIEVES.
Bicycle and -chicken thieves are
oivratiug iu Grants Pass. Monday
night three wheels were stolen iu
different parts of town. Carl Gcntuer
lost a wheel from the power house of
the (!. P. N. W. L. & P. Co., Joseph
Green and Henry Walter also had
wheels stolen. None of them have
found the slightest trace of tho stoleu
On the same night the lien house
of Joseph Pollock was entered and one
dozen of his choicest fouls lifted off
Full line of Winchester & Marlin
rirles and all ammunition ut Cramer
A furce pump and cylinder with
:!ii feet of l'J inch galvaui.ed pijio for
sale. Address Win Hogg, Grauts Pass.
Evangelist J. II. Holmes with Prof,
(h o. A. Webb anil w ife, tho singers,
will give a royal entertainment in
the big tent on next Saturday eve
ning, consisting of moving pictures,
illustrated songs and highly colored
slides. They have one of tho best
Oxylhdrogcii light Stcrcopt icons
combined with the Optigraph moving
picture machine, mid will give a
humorous and instructive program
which will be appreciated by young
and old alike. You can secure your
tickets up to Friday night of cither
.Mr. Holmes or Prof. Webb ut 10c for
children and ilk- for adults. After
that the price of admission will be
I.'i aud '.'I) cents.
, A LIBERAL DONATION.
I). A. Cords of the Pacific Pine
Needle Co. has untitled the committee
having iu charge the collection of
funds fur the new railroad that the
company will donate a strip of land
'x7! feet toward the railroad project.
This land is adjoining the fac ility
and is on the S. P. Ry. track.
H. 1!. Alvervnn, last week r I veil
two full blooded Poland China pigs
from Garden Prairii-, 111. They are
five months old and weigh about I.V)
lbs. each. Mr. Alversnn diss not
can- to brent the razorbaeks which
are so common in this country.
Friday, September 12th, 1902
WE SHALL PLACE ON SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
We have placed these on sulo at Special Trices
that will make short work of them, and while- we havo tho
largest btock of Wraps wo havo ever shown.
Wo anticipate nn early rush for winter as it was
simply impossible for in to supply the demand last season.
We had dozens of calls for long Coals that could not le
supplied at any price.
Now you will hac a chance of cecuring tho very
cream of tho market at tho very lowest possiblo cost.
;! find J
One of the worst kind of miscreants
known is a melon plugger. He is so
much worse than a chicken thief that
there is but little need of a compari
son. There aro a number of melon plug
gers at work iu the melon fields dowu
the river below Grunts Pass. Evi
dence is conclusive proving them to
bo hoppickers who take delight iu
visiting tho nearby melon fields after
night fall ami plugging tho big
melons, cutting ojH-n great fellows
that will weigh !I5 or -10 pounds,
knocking them off the vines and doing
other similar acts of deviltry just for
tho love of being menu. Thero is 110
need of telling such people that they
ought to be ashamed of themselves for
ten chances to one they don't know
enough for that. It might be in
order, however, to statu that if they
don't stop soon, somo prosecutions
aro very likley to follow.
" BORN. "
KEYTE At Merlin, Ore., Saturday,
Septomlier (I, 11)02, to Mr. mid Mrs.
H. L. Keyte, a daugter.
DAHL JOHN At Berkley, Cal.,
Friday, Sept. ft, mn, Wm. It. Dahl
and Miss Mnllio John.
The bride is tho daughter of David
John and has a host of friends iu
this city who wish her much happi
FRIDAY At thn Palace lioTcT,
Grants Puss, Thursady, Septem
ber, 4 1IKW, the four year ohi sou
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Friday.
NEAS At Greenback mine, Thurs
day, September 4, 11K, Mrs. Earl
H. Nous aged 17 years, '1 months,
Mrs. Neas was ill but two and one
half days. Sho was tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Urias Miller, well
known residents of Josephine county.
Six months ago she united in marriage
with Earl B. Neas the two huving
resided at Greenback since that time,
Mr. Neas being an omployco at the
mine. The d used was held in
high esteem by a large circle of
friends and her widen death was a
sad blow to all.
Tho funeral occurred Friday, Rev.
Francis Smith ofliciating. The re
mains were laid to rest nt Wolf creek
1 DRESS CUTTING AND FITTING.
I liavo Just taken the agency from
the inventor of tho very latest dress
cutter. After learning cutting and
tilting the chart will he kept free of
charge. Those wishing to learn, call
on Mrs. J. W. Helsher, E street, 1st
house across Gilbert creek.
To the ladies of Grants Pass and
vicinity Mrs. Holt and the Misses
WolTolk will 0h-ii dressmaking rooms
on -1th St. 0110 door south of the old
Walter's, brewery. Ready Sept. Hth
to do all sorts of dressmaking and
plain sewing iu the best eastern
styles. Good Ills aud good finish.
Your patronage solicited.
A good, sound draft horse weighing
about l.m for sale. Cull on O. K.
Penny, four miles cast of town.
ViMN ur V. IJ. ILVNXAltDS, Yon
Go to Coron for Plumbing.
M. Clement, Prescription Druggii .
Sae Voorhies about Kodaks and Supplies
Bicycles & repairing af Cramer Bros.
All brass fishing spoons at Cramer
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Fountain Pens Waterman's Ideal
3.50 to $fi.00 at Cramer Bros.
A complete line ot the celebrated
Mitcliell Buggies, Hacks and Wagons.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
, Miss Weston ha souio now milli
nery styles to show you.
New guaranteed Washing Machines
for 8.00 at Cramer Bros.
Fine line new buggies just reevlvod at
Try Morris' Poultry Cure and Stock
food at F. It. Schmidts. No Cure
No Pay. Free Samples.
Curtia A Co. Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a complete stock ol
Watches, Cloeka and Jewelrv. All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
A fluo lino of Clothes Wringers
from $1,73 up at Cramer Bros.
On tho transport Sheridan, which
left San Francisco September 1st fiu
the Philippines thero were nine pros
Miss Weston has tho reputation of
selling goods cheaper than anyone
else this season is no exception.
Professional aud amateur photog
raphers will bo able to find nearly
everything necessary for their uso iu
stock at A. E. Voorhies' Kodak Head
Fishing Tucklo and Sporting goods at
Dr. J. Jennings, the dentist lias re
turned from his summer's outing and
may now bo found at his dental oftlce
in the opera house block. He is one
of tho most experienced and skillful
operators iu all branches of deuistry.
Ho uses the very best material
that money will buy and his work la
as near painless as possible.
Now is your timo to buy best White
Lead at 7.1' cents. Pure Linseed Oil,
Ho cents a gal. at Y. II. Schmidt' oil
Miss Ida Weston has returned
from Portland, where sho has been
studying millinery. Shu lias a new
stock and new styles and her prices
aro always tho lowest.
Acorn Stoves at Cost at Wolke'a.
Christian Scientists of Roschnrg
met with those of tho same faith iu
Grunt a Pass last Wednesday. The
Roseburg delegates comprised Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Webb, Mr. und Mrs.
George Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Graham
aud Mr. Gracen.
Tho Winona school o)Mned on Mon
dliy with Miss Grace Barrett teacher.
Miss Barrett has had this school
many times and has proven herself a
successful teacher, Tho school honso
has just been celled and minted both
outside und iu, and presents a neat
Mr. James Edmunds, Sunday
school missionary of tho American
BaptiHt Publication Society, for
Washington aud Oregon, will hold
gosjK'l services in tho Seventh Day
Advent ist church, 011 llth and Kith
lusts. On Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. ,
S :00 o'clock and 7:1)0 o'clock p. in.
On Monday at 8 :00 o'clock and 7 :!I0
o'clock . m. All are cordially in
vited . Hubert Italic, pastor.
Dr. J. Jennings, who, during the
past two years has invented two Elec
trical mineral magnets, has finished
his chemical aud praeitcal exis-ri-meiits
with them and is now satisfied
that they will do all that ho ever
Iioni1 or cxcctcdof them. One is for
tracing and locating iuarU ledges:
the other is lor hs-ating. tho pay
chutes and sckcts. They are not for
sale. Ho h"s invented them for his
own use. However, as lie does not
mi-"u to be too selfish, contracts may
Iw made with him to run iu
extensions in ledges or to give exs-rt
examinations of mines and hx-ate
their pay chutes. All work guaran
teed ami written statements given of
the facts, and he is rcsjKUisihlo for
any cunlraets that he may maku Any
one desiring to di velop quartz mines
can buy or 11ml mining claims from
him oil lietler terms than can bo found
elsewhere. Address Grants Pass, Ore
gon, P. (). box :n;7.
Two good farm hands for sU months.
'ah ready every Saturday evening.
John II. Robinson, Wihlervlllc, Ore.
Don't lie so foolish as to imagine that you will bo able
to get as good values in tho middle or latter part of the
season. You will surely bo disappointed. Last season
we opened our f ill wraps early in September and before
the first of November all of tho better grades were Bold and
duplicate cost us from 10 to 25 per cent, more owing to
scarcity of labor and material. We therefore feel justified
in urging our friends who havo anything in wraps to buy
to mako there selection early.
You may buy a pair of Dutchess Wool Trousers, at
$2. $2 50 $3. $3.30, $4. or $3
And wear them two months. For every auipander button that comet off, wo
will pay you Tan Cent. If they rip at tho waistbtnd, w will pay you Fifty
Cents. If they rip in tb teator elsewhere, we will pay you On Dollar or
give you a new pair.
For Work, $1 to $3.
The most satisfactory Trousers worn by working men are the
DUTCHESS TROUSERS because they are ao thoroughly made
and each pair warranted not to rip, or your money refunded.
For Business $2 to $4.
All business men speak highly of the DUTCHES TROUSERS,
not only of their fine wearing qualities, but of their style and fit,
which are excelled by no other make.
Dress-Up Trousers, $3 to $5.
The DUTCHESS are on a par with any make. The quality
being right, style of goods the newest, and general workmanship
EVERY WEARER. IS SATISFIED
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, TR0 NK8
G. A. R. REUNION.
The Army and Navy Tetorni of tho
Civil Wur of Southern Oregon will
hold their llth annual reunion at
Gold Hill on Sept 16th, that con.
tinuos the entire weok. Got Goer,
Hon. Thos. Tongue, Capt 8. B.
Ormsby, CoL H. V. Gatei and other
prominent men will be present
Hong. Wm. M. Colvlg, O. B. Wat
son, W. A. Carter, Job. L. Hummers
ly, Judge Crowell and other promi
nent local speakers will deliver ad
dresses. There will bo camp-flro exorcises
every evening and plenty of music.
Excellent programme! have been
prepared by tho different G. A. R.
Posts and W. R. O. of Southern Ore
gnu, for every oveulug.
Reduced rates will b e given to all
visiting encampmcnta. One and one
third faro from all points on the
Southern Paciflo railroad between
Portland and Ashland.
Touts, wood and straw will bo fur
nished all comrades. A cordial in
vitation is extended to the veterans
of the Civil, Mexican, Indian and
Spanish wars, and all Confederate
Turn out, comrade! aud help to
make this the largest encampment we
have ever had.
W. H. Caino, O. A. Landis, O. Vro
128 WORTH OF INFORMATION
We give our Patrons one year's sub
scription to Ilutterlck'a Delineator
Free, when you purchase 25 worth
of Merchandise H. L. Coe & Co.
It pays to trade at Tho Hlg Store
where you always fli7d'Tlu7"'Largut
Stock, Lowest Prlcos, aud Best Goods.
A small, well selected stock of dry
goods, millinery aud notions invoic
ing between $121)0 and 1500 for sale
at a barguiu or will exchange for resi
dence prosTty In Grants Pass.
Call ujion or address O. 8. Brown.
Room 9 over Post Oftleo.
On Tuesday our young dog Haus j
lias smooth bla:k hair and was wear
ing a new white leathre collar. A
suitable reward for his recovery at
Pari flu Pino Noedlu Factory.
COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE.
There are funds Iu the Treasury to
pay all warrant! protested to Jan. 6th,
1 HVMt. Interest will cease from this
date, Aug. 1.1th, ItKKl
J. T. Taylort
HOP PICKERS WANTED.
Five hundred hop pickers wanted.
Apply to or address John Raman,
Grants Pass Oregon.
Blue Print Pusr by tho yard or roll
at the Courier office.
and Long Coats
vill Joho lUToney.
H. Earth & Son.
Following U the list of letters re
maluing uncalled for in the Grant
Pasa post office, Saturday, Sept ,
Mrs. Ellen Thompson,
Miss Hattlo A. HilL
A. P. Nelson, . "
W. D. Warner,
Max Hindi, ,
Thos. F. Duncan (6),
O. E. Harmon, P. M.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to the many kind friends who
assisted ui during the recent ilmeas
and death of our beloved wife and
Earl B. Neas.
Mr. and Mrs. TJrtaa Miller,
Eugene, - Oregon.
The first Bemestor, Session 1D02-S
open! Wednesday, September 17th.
The following Schools and College!
are comprised in the Unlvorsity.
Graduate School College of Litera
ture, Science and Arts College of
Science and Engineering University
Academy School of Music School
of Medicine School of Law.
Tuition free, excepting in Schools
of Law, Medicino and Music.
(Incidental foe 910.00, Student
Body tax $2.50 per year. )
Cost of living from 100, to $200.
University School of Music Irving
M. Glen, A. M. Dean; Piano Mrs.
Roso Mldgley Eollcnbeck, (Joseffy,
Gortatowskl, Scliwarenska) ; Pianos
Mr. Arthur Louli F rarer, (Fire year
with W. G. Nash); Voice Misi Eva
Stiusou, (King Conservatory Trebelll
Muslo School); Violin Mrt. John
L. Plpca, (Spitincr.Spioriug) ;Theory
Mlsa Eva Stiuson, Mrs. Rose Mldgley
Terms furnished on application to
Registrar of the Univer
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