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ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 8. 1904-
OUR PERSONAL COLUMNiSCENES AT THE CIRCUS THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
VACUM OR ECONOMY FRUIT JAR
Nothing Better for Preserving Fruit
To clean up our stock for this season we will
. make a special price on
PINTS, QUART S, AND HALF GALLON
Water Melons, Rocky Fords.Hackensacks and the
celebrated Osage Mush Mollons now on
ALL KINDS OF LUNCH GOODS
Something New Kippered Herring imported
1 pound cans Ready for the table, at the
The White House Grocer v.
II. C. BOBZIEX.
Bicycles - Cheap
In order to make room for fall goods, wo aro
closing out our 190 1 Bicycles at the following
Cionts Columbia, regular $50.00, now $40.00
Ladies " " 40.00 " 32.00
Ladies Hartford " 35.00 " 30.00
Ladies and Cents Vedette 30.00 -" 25.00
(cuts Stormer, regluar 30.00 " 25.00
Ladies Coptic , " 25.00 " 20.00
Odd Fellows Block.
Mason Fruit Jars
1-2 Gallon 1.10
WE ALSO SELL ECONOMY & GLOBE FRUIT
JARS, TIN FRUIT CANS. JELLY GLASSES,
JAR RUBBERS, WAX, ETC.
...Newell Bros. Racket Store...
TiiIIn I C ni lli ii fiixtli hiri'ot
Door Mats at 00c
Jelly Glasses at 10c dozen
Some bargains in Jewelry.
Our brooms sweep clean.
Bfwtrt of Ointment (or Catarrh That Con
ai mercury will mp-ly ib .-troy the
Fcnse of smell mid completely dernngp
the whole nysti'in wli 'ii entering it
through the mucous surfac s. Sim Ii
nrticcls ulionld never lit" u-od except
on prescriptions from ri'iuti.blr phy
sicians, nn tlio flnuingi .1 tiny v ill do
i ti'ii fold to the good you cau pos
sibly tlrivi fiom them. Hull's
Catarrh Cure, iinuufactured hy V. J.
t'hf in-y I'o. , Toll do, O., contains 110
mercury, ami is tnkcu int'rnallv,
acting upon tin' lilo'nl and mucous 1
of surfaces of the byctom. In buying'
Hall's Catarrh Cure be euro you gi
the genuine. It in taken iut rtially
anil made ill Toledo, Ohio, tiy F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold liy Druggists. Price, 7."c per
bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for
Good mi It li cow for sale. Iuqairo
st tins oilier.
A HEEDHAM ORGAN
In Piano Case Style.
S.vn octaves one too can play auy
kind of piano music on as well as
orgu manic, at le than half rice if
taken at oue. Alien fc GilUrt
hamaker Co., I. (). u. F. LMg.
On the 3d day of August. IV 4. my
wife, Mrs. Klizal-cth smith left my
b-d and board, without ran no or I
provocation, and I will not be re-!
sponsible for her acts or any debts she
may Incur in niv name. ,
W. J. SMIIH, Am, Oregon.
Homo-teaJ Entry For Sale
A chance to get a fln lot of good
liuiber (about 2,(U"i fceti and sn.e
good laud. Addnas H. B., Wooiriile.
Pick nickers will soon be
coming home then more
work for the cook.
Lots of Teaches next week.
Better get your fruit jars and
be ready for them.
Have you ever used the
RIFLES & AMMUNITION
Gr tints Pas Weather.
Following is a nummary wjatlier ob
servation at (iranti l'as, during the
month of Augus', 11)04, as reported by
J. B. Paddock, local voluntary observer
for the ()ri!on State Weather Service.
It III! L'l'
KtMMAkY : -Mean tenierJtiire, 71,
maximum temperature, 100; date, 4-5,
minimum temperature, 38, date, 21;
Total precipitation, tract; Total mow
fall 0; No. of days clear, 30;
partly cloudy, 1; cloudy, 0; I'ates of
light frost, 0; wind S.W.
Chicago Cottage Organ
A brand new one too, at a second
hand price for a few days. We bare
decided it was time t us organ was
out in someooes home doing business,
(i't around quick aud secure It 00 .i
mjothly paviueuta. Allen Oilbert
Kamaker Co, I. O. O. F. Bldg.
People b.s They Come end Go
From Day to Day
Miss Cora Pniitli leaves Thursday
for Jnccticn City.
Mr. aud Mrs. tf. Tluell returned last
week froni'their summer nt the luiue
Misses Minnie TutTs aud Edna Par
ker returned l:i-1 week from their
Mrs. I L. Jewell went to Port
land the first of the week to visit the
Or. Moore family.
J. M. Warbuck and J. P. Hnmnoll
of Seattle were in town Monday out
fitting for the bills.
Miss Mnttie McKlmens went to Wi
uoua on Saturday to begin a six months
term of school at that place.
J. M. Booth and wife and Miss Ada
Smith went to Kerhy and Waldo Wed
uesday and will return Friday.
The W. M. Hair family returned
l.i.st week from a several weeks visit
at their old homo and at the World's
M. D. Follett lias purchased lots
on A street bordering on Gilbert
creek and will this fall erect a ueat
Miss Bertha Tait who lias been
spending the past six works with MUe
Ethel Palmer and other friends ra
tnrncd to her ho ne at Etigeno Tues
Miss Ella Curtis spent two weeks of
last month at the mines iu the
mountains near Henley, Siskiyou
county, Cnl. She found the altitude
too high for her.
Mrs. S. C. Clark tins sold her brick
residence 510 D street to Mrs. 11. D.
Norton. Mrs. Clink aud daughter,
Miss Juauita, will leave soon to visit
Mrs. Clnrka' sister at Lcwiston, Idaho.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kitcliim of
Starton, arrived in Grants Pass this
week nud will locate here. Dr.
Kitcliim is a physician of over 110
years epxerienco and has a high stand
ing iu his profession.
Key. J. B. Travis, Miss K. A. Don.
man and Miss Mabel Turner went to
Talent Moni'ny tout tend the annual
session of the Rogue River Baptist
Association. Mr. Truvis delivered the
annual sermon on Tuesday.
Mrs. Lizzie McNeil Buch waiter,
who is iu tho foreign mission work iu
Africa, will speak at Newuian M.
E. church on Thursday evening. She
will soon return to resume her work
and rejoin her Ini-hmd iu tho mission
Lounio Moon spent Saturday, Sun
day and Monday with friends in the
city, returning to his duties In the
O. R. fc N. Co. ollico Ht Portland
.Monday evening. Ho hag rented a
house at Sunuyside, where he and his
mother will live. His
been spending a few
friends in Idaho.
T. F. Croxlon,
Miss Osyth and
Wayne left Wednesday for Portland,
where the Croxtou family will spend
a year or mom. Mis. Croxtou left
last Wednesday for a visit with Oak
land and Kugeue friends and will join
the rest of the family at Eugene.
Miss Osyth will devotn her time to
voice culture. The Croxtou residence
has been rented to C. V. Henkle.
Chas. Tabor, K. L. Gray, Martin
and J. A. Haneo ii turiied Tuesday
from their hunting camp 011 Bear
lako. They killed II deer and three
boars, a black, cinnamon and a griz
zly bear cub. Mr. Tabor's pack horse
while packing a bear to camp fell over
a bank and struck on the roi k below.
Tho horse, however, bad the bear on
its back which served as a 1 uinpi r
aud tho horse was uninjured.
Mr. anc' Mrs. It. L. Cue, Mr. aud
Mrs. II. C. Kinney, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. R. Riddle, Mr. mid Mrs. J. W.
Howard, Mr. ami Mrs. F. M. Lance,
Mr. anl Mrs. G. Matthews, H. K.
Foster, Ueo. S. Calhoun, II. A.
Rotermuiid. Dr. W. II. Flanagan, L.
L. Jewell, P. H. Harth, I. A. Robin,
J. L. Haminerslev, W. II. Carter,
A. W. Sanders, Mr-. R. S. Wilson
and Miss Eula Howard are among the
visitors fiom Grants Pass who are
attending the Knights Templar con
clave in San Franeisi o.
THE CITY SCHOOLS OPEN
With F-fficlenl and Coplvblo Corps
The Grauis 1'at-s public schools
opened Monday with a good enroll.
mi nt, although it is eiij icted that sev
eral hundred more will ! added dur
ing the in inth, win 11 ti.e hop (licking
and vacation seasons lire over. On the
first dy the uami y of 7j fupils who
had never b-foro ait -tided the Grants
Pa-s s-lnols wire recorded. The
three schools are under tho efficient
charge of Superintendent K. K.
Turner who recently arrived from the
The corps of ills! rue t'TS is as follow :
Supt.. 1!. K. Turner.
High School Principal, M. W Dav
euport. Asst. Principal, Miss Astella Goodm.
Eigtb Grade, Mii Mao Bishop.
Seventh tirade, Mi Minnie. Tuffs
Six'h Grade, MifH Lury George.
Fifth Grade, Miss Blanche Crane.
Fifth Grade, Mis Aha Schneider.
Fourth Grade, Miss Mary Day.
Fourth Grade, Miss Fram is McWil
liams. Third Grade,
Third Grad ,
Miss Stella Paddock.
Miss Winifred Cotter.
, Mrs. Mollie !! Idirg.
Miss Edna Parker.
First aud Second Grade
First Grade, Mis Alice M. pool.
First Grade, Miss Lillian H'gan.
I Atameetitg of the school board
i held Monday evening It was decided
I to fit up the basements of each of the
I three n-bool buildings to bo ued as
lunch rooms, where the scholars may
ind the tux a hoir during the winter.
The general recesses have l ei o done
away with. The high s hool will
have no recess. The other gradn w ill
hsvs reces-u s one or two rooms at a
time so as to avoid the eoufutiou
j which follows if the entire school is
j let out at one time.
How Some Visitors 5pei a NiM
Ringliug's circus was attended at
Medford on Saturday by a large crowd
of Southern Oregon people. The at
tendance, however, wai not uearly so
largo as it was last year at tho same
place. The towns of tho valley seemed
to contribute as many people but tho
more remote districts did not pour
forth the population that they did at
the time of the previous exhibition
txcursion tickets to the circus were
sold iu this city to the number of lid
and there was a very largo attendance
The morning traiu was over three
hours lato and did uot leave Grants
Puss uutil after 1 o'clock in the after
noon. The pleasure seekers resigned
themselves to missing the parade, bat
hoped they would bo iu time to see
the show. If tho performance had be
gun ou time, all the visitors from
Grants Pass, Woodville, Gold Hill
aud Tolo would have boeu hopelessly
lute, but the circus management had a
scent of tho shekels eu route and the
uerforn.auce was delayed until after
the train arrived.
The hour of arrival being so late, a
number, of Grants Pass people stayed
over for the evening performance.
Others who attended the circus in the
afternoon were unable to get aboard
th evening train to return homo ou
account of luck of space. The cars
were crowded and jammed full to over
flowing Jand those of the waiting
throng who did uot fight their way ou
board were compelled to remain.
Some of them wore told by trnin men
to wait for the next sectiouj there
would be plenty of room ou that Af
ter the train had gone they found that
they would not be allowed to ride on
the third section.
So those who spent tho night in
Medford wero many. Tho hotel ac
commodations were greatly overtaxod
and tho demand for sleeping room was
fur iu advance of the supply. The
Ashland people went home on tho
night traiu which left about 1 o'clock
Modford's saloon row. on the oppo
site sido of the street from tho depot,
did an immense business. There was
little disorder ou the streets, but the
interior of the saloons were filled with
surging crowds of meu iu all singes
and varieties of intoxication. The
doors wiro wido open and tho yells,
songs and profane mid indecent expres
sions of the drunken men, were plain-
'y audible at tho depot and all places
within a similar radius.
In tlio small hours of the night,
luiet began foreign. Tho hotcloltices
were filled with m en sleeping on
chairs and ou the floor. Tho depot
waiting room was a panorama of slum
borons attitude. Five men, horizontal
on the benches, occupied exactly half
of the seating spnro. The combined
length of tho sleejHTH would have ro-
1 11 1 nd still more space had they not
overlapped a trifle. Another young
man slept sitting bolt upright and
snored vociferously, with funny little
kicks of his feet and facial contortions
which amused, almost to hysterics,
those who, themselves unable to sloop.
word derisively walching the slum.
Toward morning the depot lamp
burned out. Peoplo w ho had boeu for
tunate enough to find a placo to sleep
began to come in to bo in readiness for
thu early train. Iu tho darkness of
the depot, the benches appeared unoc
cupied except on exceedingly close
view, and tho slumberers had many
nairow escapes from being severely
at upon. Ono lady actually did sit
down upon a sleeping man's head, but
did not wako. He merely squirmed
and twisted his tu ck until she slipped
olT on the uueushioned Krtion of the
biiieli. He continued bis iKuccful
Thi! morning light revealed 111111
sleeping on lumber piles, on boxes, 011
the depot i-tepH and platforms, in
every variety of lumherous altitude,
shivering and squirming with the
cold. It was a sight never to be for
gotten. Whatlon- Kiddle.
Tuesduy evening at H o'clock, Aug
nit 111, I'.nil, Joseph Wharton and
Ethel Lynn Kindle were Joined in
wedlock at Riddle, Oregon, by Rev.
J. A. Towi si nd, of Kosi'burg. The
wi ililiug was solemnized at the homo
of Mis. Will Lauglols, sister of the
bride. Tho ceremony was performed
out ou the lawn, the hridn and groom
standing ou the veranda and the
guest" Muted under the tries. The
lawn was illuminated with Japanese
lanterns which gave a charming as
m i t to the whole k i ne.
Promptly ut 8 o'clock, the bride
and groom tamo out of tliu house,
an l bi fori) the numerous arscu bled
gurMs wire joint d in mutringn by
tbij ring ceremony, which was very
i in I ressive.
'1 bo bride was attired in a lovely
gown of tan voile, trimmed with In
nrtiou and ribbon, over tan silk,
and carried a boquet of white lilies
tied with a bow of bluo ribbon.
After tlio cerMuony tho bride and
groom threw the bouquet, which Is the
usual custom. Miss Anna Wharton
caught the bride's bouquet and whin
thrown by the groom, was caught by
: Ft' d Winston.
A delirious lunch of ice cream,
hrrbi t, cake and lemonade was
I rvcd ou the lawn.
A great many useful and pretty
' gifts were received.
I The Riddlo band gate the bridal
j couple a serenade whicli was greatly
j enjoyed by all.
The guests departed about IU
o'cl's k wishing the happy couple all
the foys lit a long wedded lite.
j Mr. Wharton is a salesman for the
j Iliur-Ri.ldle Hardware Co., of
j Grants Pass, and bis bride is Urn
'daughter of Hon. and Mrs.O. W.
Riddle of Azalea, Douglas county.
Both are potuhr and worthy young
people slioisi lootii Iu Jite K cms
well aisured. Itoseburg Review.'
I.ura II. Grout is prepared to give
instructions on piano or organ. Terms
-V) cents a lestou, residence I'J.'I Fiftji
Brief Notes txnd Items of Interest
I and Imaortanca.
Physician aud Dentist
Go to Coron for Plumbing.
Bicycle repairing at Cramer Bros.
M. Clement, Prescription Druggist.
Have O. O. Lund saw your wood.
Peach paper at the Courier office.
Bargains iu Bicycles at Cramer
Diamond Rings from ft. 40 to $100 at
Talk lug Machines aud Records at
Full cream cheese 15o pound Whito
Order seals and rubber sfauips of
A. E. Voorhlea.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron '
For first class 'table- board go to
Smythe's, 114 E St.
Good Single Barrel shot-guns for
fl.60 at Cramer Bros.
Plates and Films developed and
printed at Clcvenger's.
Diso Harrows at Cramer Bros.
Diamond ear drops from I3 to f.'O
Now is tho time to go fishing. Got
your tarkle at Cramer Bros.
Auititeur Photo work promptly aud
carefully attended to at Clcvenger's.
Don't fail to sen the new line of
Diamond and opal rings at Letcher's.
For a short tinio Ireland & Monde
will sell you a lot for (10 dowu and
Write to P. Rituer, president Ash
land Commercial college, before goiug
elsewhere for a business education.
Best and cheapest.
If you are uot getting good shots,
for your money, Try the Red Star
Store, where good shoes aro sold.
Why pay rent? I will sell you a
liouso and lot or a ranch on easy pay
ments. E. L. Cuss.
If you wish fo reduce your wood
hill, buy 4-foot lengths and luivo O.
O. Lund saw it for yon at your door.
Don't fail to see Don C. Hall in
Richard III. Oiteru House, Monday,
September 12. Prices 15, 2."i, and 85
Everyone knows who "Sunny Jim"
Is. But everyone don't know that all
his corresjioudeiicn Is handled on sev
enty-five Underwood Typewriters.
These remarks are backed by "Force. "
Oliver Plows at Cramer Bros.
Buy 4-ft wood and have Lund saw
it for you.
F'ull crcuiii clieese l.'io pound Whito
He use Grocery.
Tallin Board at reasonable ratcB itl
Smythe's, III E St.
Rifles all calibers, both Winchester
and Marlin, ut Cramer Bros.
A new lino of Diamond jewelry
011 hand ut Letcbei's Jewelry store.
Tho season for canning Bartlotl
pears is now mi. Leave orders at
Whito House Grocery. IK) cents box.
The Golden Drift Mining Co. hud
-X) men oil their pay roll last niontii.
fliey are rushing work ut the dam
while the water is low.
I olTcr for private sale, nt a batgain,
all my household goods, nearly new.
Goods will be sold within the next
few days. Call at once. Mrs. S. C.
Clark, 010 1) street.
Typewriter troubles uro nil over
when one usi s an Cnderwood Visible
Writing Machine. Write the Under
wood Tyewrller Agency nt No. Cm
Front street, Portland, for catalogue.
Fruit cans and wax at Cramer Bros.
As I desire to leave Giants Pass, I
will sell anything that I possess and
the entire S. F. Cass estate on easy
terms. See Jos. Mos for list fit
real estate and houses. E. L. Cass.
Cuttis & Co for Watches, Clocks,
Gold Rings mid Jewelry, fine watch
rcpaiiiug, engraving. Goods sold at
reasonable prices. Come mid ski us.
O. O. F. Building, Grants Pass,
All Englinh syndicate from Celi-
trulia, Washington, Is w iiig-ilainiiiing
some placer ground below Tunnel ft,
preparatory fo winking the river bed
extensively when 'water falls iu
sullicient quantities. Glenilalu News.
Prinirille, iu Eastern Oregon, was
visited by a severe hail storm last
uuday morning, which did about
I lor) daiiisgu to the glass windows
ill the town. For several hours after
the storm, ice batiks remained piled
op against l ui tilings w here the w ind
had driven lliem. Even the heavy
rains wi.icli followed the storm of
bail failed to melt the, drifts of ice.
Garland Stoves at Cramer Pros.
Kohls r Stamp ink in stork at the
Primp" -dors w ill find that their needs
can bo filled at Cramer Bros.
A I Bart let t pears, very best, fine
box. Leave orders at White House
Elegant wardrobe and special
scenery at Richard III, 0 ra House,
Monday, Si ptember 13. Prices 1.1, V,
A flue stock of Tiout Flies and
Leader at Cramer Bros.
The Rathbono Sisters held their first
meeting since the vacation season,
Tuesday evening. Refreshments were
Ask your dealer for Rogue River
Creamery Butter made at Medford is
now "jfi 01 nt ir two-pound, square
iull wi Ight.
The Itin al Neighbors and Modern
Woodmen will give a social at the W.
O. W. hall 011 W dnesday evening, the
I4lh. Admissiou free. Ice rrenm ami
cake l.'i cents.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co.
lost all Its tyiewriters in the recent
disastrous lire in Baltimore. They
had s numls r of different makes iu
usi', but when refurnishing their offices
with machines they purchased one
hundred and fifty Visible Writing
j Uudi rwood Typewriters. Tb ag ucy
.for this state is located at fij Front
I street, Portland. Ask for ctaalogue.
I Brownies That are Beauties
X " " 1 '-'' 1 . 1 ssssjs 1 ii! am mm-,-mlmmmmaZ
They are in our store and you'll
want one of em Don't dely
The Double Breasted Sack Suit
Evelusive Walk-over Agents
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Now Sunday Oidinsxnco Fails to
The Grants Pass council bold Its
regular meeting on Thursday erenlng,
September 1st, with members all prcs
out except Hair and Trimble. Tlio
petition of O. I). Welter and others to
luivo street oiicnod from Hecond to
West street, Hallroad Addition,
graded, and for a bridgo across Ull-
bert creek, was referred to the Street
Tho petition of KcIuh Pollock and
others for tho establishment of grade
aud granite walk on west sido of
Fifth struct from O to 1) streets was
'1 he city engineer was Instructed to
establish Initial points for the. survey
of Miller & Company's Addition.
Also to complete the map which was
prepared by B. McCulloch for the
oily. Auditor aud police Judge was
instructed to procure tho necessary
supplies for registrations and Decem
'llni city engineer, in conjunction
with tho Light Couuultee, was In
structed to draft Bwcl Ileal ions for
lighting the city. Tho saloon bonds
of C. I). Williams & Company aud
W. H. Woods wero approved.
Ordinance assessing the cost of
lateral sewers to the adjacent
property read first ami second times.
(in million tho ordinance reiealing
Jl.', prohibiting gaining on Sundays,
was taken frois table, read second and
third times and placed on Its final
ballot nud failed to pass.
The following bills wero allowed:
Williams Bros' I) Jk L Co '.':i() 20
F W ll.ithawny, lioard 41 111
Water, Light & Power Co 17 Bft
(iiants Pass lldw. Co IX) II
lir F I) (Strieker Ill Ml
Veatch V Hayes 1W
Joseph Moss 17 00
Palace Hotel Ill (Ml
F.d Lister I Aft
Hair liiddlo Hdw Co 311 70
M Clemens H:
Trimhlu V Cook 23 III)
('lamer Bros !i 10
II A Kotormuud II 60
.1 M Booth HS (X)
Manchester Insurance Co M 00
.1 A Prentiss, labor t) (X)
II N Holton, labor on streets . H w
It II (.ilillan . HI t,i)
.1 I) llouck, labor 3 00
W Sims II) (X)
II W Foss 12 00
II S Holton 4 (X
Hick Patrick fiT Ml
(ieorgo Htiow lt.1 (Si
HI! Heal Hj (X)
John Patrick M)
I'ounil then adjourned.
Frank Colvig went to Ashland Mou
duy to remain for a few days.
U. Karg of Mt. Kcuhcu was In town
W i dnesilay ou a business visit.
Mrs II. W. Atkin anil children left
on Moniiay evening tor Blue L'artli
The business of ('link Is now eon
ducted by Clink A Hlevens. Hoy
Htevens buying the interest of Mr.
W. V.. Kahler, a merchant of Sump-
ter, visited here this week with the
families of M. W. Wheeler and H. II,
(jiinilan, Mr. Kahler Is an sold time
resident of Koutheru Oregon and is a
brother of the lute C. W. Kahler cl
In the list of the Josephine county
hop yards, publianed In the last Issue
of the Courier, the acreage of the lar
gest yard, that of John Baiir.au, was
louievriiat underestimated. Mr. Kan
y.au has H7 aetes of bearing hops and
Is employing this year about 800 pick
ers. At Newman M. K. church next Hun
day, September 11, there will be
preaching at 11 a. m. by Kev. L. B.
Akers. In the veiling Hon. J. M.
(j lass of Pasadena, Cal. , will deliver
an address in the interest of the tem
perance cause. A large attendance is
Is tho correct tiling this fall
Distinguish These Suits and Overcoats
from the rest
Tho woolens used wholosalo from $2.00 to $3.00
per yard. Best quality Italian lining, satin
sleeves, silk sewed throughout. Custom tailors
uso tho same materials for their $35 and $40
suits and overcoats.
The most essential foaturo is how tho garments
look on you. With tho tailor you cannot toll
until you buy. Hero it is different. A pattern
for every tasto, and twice tho satisfaction at
half tho price.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Halght and daugh
ter, Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Westbrook,
Mrs. Win. Westbrook of Smith Hlver
and Jas. MuNulty of Crescent City
arrived here Monday aud took the
Tuesday northbound passenger.
All sorts of ridiculously low prices
are being asked for second-hand type
writers at the Underwood Typewriter
agency, 05 Front street, Portland.
Anyone desiring to get a typewriter
cheap will do well to ask for samples
of work and prices.
O. F. Amnions of Evans creek, waa
in town Wednesday. He reports tho
death of his half brother, Isaac Hlvers,
which occurred Juue III at Kesort,
Idaho. Mr. Hlvers was a young maii
of 24 who has lived with Ins father.
Lois Hlvers on Kvaus creek and went
to Idaho hist spring to work in the
mines. Ills ncbuess was of but four
8ICKLEH TUKNEK In this city,
Wednesday, August III, 11)0-1, J,
Hicklesof Holma and Miss Luolla
Turner of Urants Pass.
WHAKTON RIDDLE In Uosebu rg.
Weduesdar. Auuust 81. IMM. Jnnsnli
Wharton of this oity and Miss Ethel
Itiddlu of Kiddles.
OKUBB TUCEKB In San Francis,
co, August III. IIMM, Will O. Orubb
of Eureka, Cal., aud Miss Iva L.
Tucker of Ashland.
DANIELH-EHPYIii this oily, Au
gust 7. 11X11, IvanDanlels of Ash
land aud Miss Altha Espey of lie-land.
A GOOD WATCH should bo cleaned at least
onco a yoar. Have you had yours cleaned
and regulated? I am prepared to do all kinds of
jewelry repairing at prices that aro right, and
guarantee my work to give satisfaction.
Clemens' Drug Storo.
WH WIIX PAYJ'OU I'OR YOUR TIMK
A DOLLAR SAVKI) IS A DOLLAR
F.ARNI'D. BY COMIXO TO OUR
STORK A X D TAKING ADVANTAGK
OH OIJR BIO DISCOU XT SALK
jZ? You Earn Money j&
Dig Saving on ICach Article Purchased.
Ladies Shirt Waists from 75c to $150 now 50c
Ladies' Skirts $3.50 now. $150
" 4 00 " 3.00
" 4 SO " 3.50
And all Summer Goods iu Proportion.
New Department Store
Whitc-IIemernvay Co. Mgrs.
Reduced Rates to St. Louis Expo
sition. The Southern Paoiflo Co. will sell
round trip tickets at greatly reduced
rates to Ut Louis and Chicago, ao-
count the St. Louis, Exposition, on
the following dates:
October 8, 4, 5.
Going trip must be completed with
in 10 days from date of sale and pas
sengers will be pormittcd to start on
any day that will enable them to
reach destination within the 10 days
limit. Koturn limit DO days, but not
later than Decomber 81, 1004. For full
information as to rates and routes call
on Agent Southern Pao., st Grants
Puss. W. E. Couian, O. P. A.
Trimble & Cook now carry a stock
of buggy and hack wheels In all
grades. The prices are right
J. Monroe Layman spent several
days in town this week from the Lewis
& Clark mine ou Canvon creek and
brought quite an amount of handsome
specimens of telluride ore for the min
ing exhibit The Lewis & Clark is
showing up well aud constantly im
proves lu appearance with develop
ment, now bodies of rich ore being
discovered from time to time. A
number of rich strikes huve been made
in the vioiuity and the Canyon creek
district bids fair to become one of tho
liveliest aud best camps In Southern
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