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rL2.V, TEA, TEA !
Our Tea Department
Is complete with a full line of the choic
est varieties of Japan, Ceina, Celon and
KnglUh breakfast teas. One of the first anj
best teas on the list, and the most popular
selling in onr celebrated
a very fine sundried Japan Tea of most ex
cellent flavor and aroma en account of it
beiug the first picking of the young and
tender leaf, (authorises on tea tel! us that
the first pickings are considered Ike choicest
Fart of the crop) therefore we know its good
and not high in price, in fact its cheap-at
COc. Our basket fired Japan Tea is another
good one at 50c. We also have a very fine
Spider Leg at 50 and 00 cents.
In Gunpowder Tea
We have a good close rolled Mayune at 60c
Or we can give you a very choice pin
head PlNOSl KY Cil'XFOWDKR . . (iOe
Our fancy Formosa Ooio.nq is a
good one at . 75c
In Enoi.isii Breakfast we can give
you a good one at 6c
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY..
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
THIS WAY. .
We would rather sell one piece of Straus
ky Steel Ware to a satisfied customer than
five pieces of so-called " cheap" ware to as
In one case we make a customer who is
bound to come back.
Iu the other case we will never hear from
them again, unless they come in to say "that
kettle was about the poorest they'ever saw."
It's true, Strausky Steel Ware will cost
you more, but take a piece of " Strausky ''
and look it over notice the smoothness of
it the weight the finish.
Then figure the wear the cleanness the
satisfaction" Strausky" will win every
We are the exclusive agents in this city.
Our name is'ou everv niece.
ODD KGLLOWS lil.OC'K
AIR TIGHT HEATERS. ' GARLAND STOVES
We have received several large in
voices of Cloth'uig, and are
ottering many; attrac
tive things in up-to-date
An opportunity to do yourself a
good turn for a small amount of
A handsome line of Smoking
P. H. HARTH &. SON, CLOTHIERS
..SELLING OUT AT COST..
flF"l I llin Allan
Having mining interests thai
require my intention, I will
sell my entire stock at
CLOTHING, G V. NT'S.
LAWKS", GKNT'S AM)
Mackintoshes, Hals, Caps, Etc.
U A Odd
III Mi ULLU
MARHLE AND GRANITE WORKS-
J. B. PADDOCK, PROPR.
I am prcoered to furnish anything in the line o( Cemetery work in any kind
of MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience iu the: Marble business warrants my taring
tht I can fill your orders in the very beat manner.
Can furnish work in ff.-utch, Swede or American Oanite or any kind (I
J. U. PADDOCK,
from direct Neat to Greene" Ganshop J
We have this lino of world
famous Teas in J H and 1 lb
packages at 40 and 50c.
This is the same Sir Thomas I.ipton. who
na again cliallcnged the Aew York Yacht
Club lor another International vacht rare
lor tlie "America i t'up,", long held bv
Schilling's is another line
of high grade package Teas
to bo found on our shelves
in 25 and 50-cent packages.
AAAAAA AA AAA
Next door to Cramer Bros.
Go to Coron lor Plumbing.
Whips, 10c to' 2.50 at Hackelt's.
M. Clement, Prescription Drniiitisi.
Notary Public at the Coi-rikb office.
Slaw and Kront Cutters at Cramer
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Watch for (be date o( Opening Day at
Send your ore to W. G. Wrinht's
New Custom Mill.
A splendid line cf Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Colon's.
Tlie "Ole Oleeon" company will be
here on December 7.
Kvery thing ior the Thanksgiving
table at Calhoun Grocery Co.
L'obzien has an ingenious display ot
raitins and rice that is weil worth look
Lock up your chicken house with one
of our non pickable padlocks. Cramer
Try our bulk Mince Meat, at lac a
pound. Its I lie best made. Calhoun
8. R. HrUtuw cut his foot quite severe
ly with an adz FriJ.iy morning, while
working near ilondale.
The football uaine at Ashland Monday
between (lie Ashland and Eugene teams
resulted in a score of 21 lo 0 in favor of
Chas. E. Iliuglit, professor of palinhr
try and clairvoyant, will be here Friday
to remain for some time in Grants Pass-
He him not yet selected a location,
O. A. Johannessen, of Idaho Falls,
Idaho, is in Grants Tans in the interest
of the church of Jesuj Christ of Latter
Day Saints, otherwise the Mormon
Mr9. O. W. Pettit has opened her
new bakery at the corner of Fourth
and Front streets. Fresh Pies, Cakes,
Co. kits and Bread. Good Bread, Balis
This is the season when m Hheis are
alaruiud on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, w hich children like to take V,
F. Kremer. .
The largest lino of Um
brellas in Southern Oregon,
15 cents to $8. Good school
Umbrellas for 45 cents.
The Sugar Tine Store.
Watch for our Opening Day in Holi
day goods. We have a handsome
souvenir. Cramer Bros.
J. A. Whitman, of Med lord, shipped
nine car-loads of apples from Southern
Oregon lata week ; two, from Itosuburg,
three from Grants Pass, two from Cen
tral Point and two Irom Medford.
On Friday evening last, November
10, the Ashland Guild of Trinty Episco
pal church, assisted by members and
friends gave a charming reception to the
Rev. and Mrs. Chas. Booth, at the newly
erected elegant home ul Mr. and Mrs.
The United Artisans at their meeting
on Tuesday evening, initiated 16 new
members and voted fuvorahly on the
application of a number of others. The
order in Grants Pans has received a
very decided impetus during the visit
of Mrs. Vallela, grand supreme deputy.
Baker Bros, have their steam laundry
complete and will benin operations first
of the week. Their machinery and
appliances are all of the latest aud
most approved pattern and they will
be utile to turn out a fine quality of
work. They are located in the Ahlf
building on Fifth street, the old "Music
The Red Star Store, W. K Dean A
Co., has been removed to the building
on Frjnt street lately vacated by Joseph
Wolke, occupying nearly the same loca
tion at before the fire. This leaves vacant
one of the best business locations in
town, the post office building. Mr.
Dean still retains the lease on this build
ing which is now (or rent.
Do not get scared if vour heart
troubles you. Mo t likely you suffer
from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests what yon eat and gives the worn
out stomach perfect rest. It is the only
prepaialion known that completely
digcBls ail classes of foods ; that is why
it cures the won't canes of indigestion
and s'omnch troubles after everything
else has failed. It may lie faken in all
conditions and cannot help but do you
good. W. F. Kremer.
The cantata, "David the Shepherd
Boy' is being diligently rehearsed
by the Choral union and will be the
musical event of the season. From
start to finish it Is a succession" of
grand choruses and beautiful solos,
duets, trios and quartets. The costumes
are brilliant and picturesque. The
scheme of the play is lively and does
not halt or drag in any part. No music
over can alHrd to miss this event. At
the npuia house, December 4 aud 5.
eats '2- aud JO cents.
A girl lo Mftii-t iu general housework
and rare of rhil.lrcn. Inquire of Joseph
llwn, the tteal r.etsle Agent.
Foil Salk Twenty five acres one and
one ha'.f unlei east of Grants Pass on
Rogue river, part'y cleared, small or
chard, pi ice -'.) half cash, also fifty one
acres of what is known as the Hyde
place, price Wto. half cash. For addi
tional information address,
d ual linos,
La Grande,. Uregon
Dr. W. II. Lewis, LawrencevWe, Va.,
writes, "lain using Kodol Dyspepsia
Care in my practice among severe cases
of indigestion si.d And it an admirable
remedy." Many hundreds of physi
cians depend upon !b dm of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure in stomach troubles,
it digest what vou rat, and allows you
to eat all the gxd food you nee., provid
ing joo do hot overload your atomarh.
Give instant relief and a permanent
cure W. F. Kremer. ,
Subscribe for THE COURIER
Coron the Plumber.
Shoes repaired at llackett's.
C. St Louis for watch repairing.
Air Tight Ilesu re at Cramer Bios.
Let Coron figure on your Plumbing
Stove boards and pipe at Cramer
Old Papers 10 cents per bundle at
this office, .
Wantid A uice panther akin.
Woere do you get your hair cut? Try
Garland Stoves & Ranges sold by
Some good bargains iu Fur Collarettes
at Mrs. ltehkopl's.
Harness o! all Kinds, Grades and
Price at llackett's.
Take your shoes to Hacketl (or good
work and light prices.
Large Jersey Cranberries 10c a quart.
Culhonn Grocery Co.
C. C. Presley and family are occupying
the Montgomery residence.
There is no longer need to ship ore
away fur tests take it to Wright'.
D U C DV PHOTOGRAPHER
T rl L D I Opp. Court House.
Salvation Army services every night
except Monday. Ensign Willett In
I have just received another shipment
of Fur Collarettes from 3 to $15.
R. O. MeCVwkav.
Save broken bones by using a 20th
Century Bicycle Lamp. Get one at
Ten Cents wilt purchases bundle of
old papers at this office come bandy in
You have heard it said of some th ing
It takes the cake." But Myrtle Ore k
Flour makes the cake.
Largo Navel Oranges, Fine Bananas
Cluster Raisins and all thats good to
eat. Calhoun Grocery Co.
Smokers will find rare opportunities
for selection in the many lines of choice
cigars at Wilson A Roper's.
South Sea Blond What is it? FineBt
roast coffee in the city ouly 80o per
pound White Houee Grocery.
Will have a lot of Fresh Oysters for
the Thanksgiving. Give us your orders.
30c and &0j cans. Calhoun Grocery Co.
No other ) i 1 1 ts can equal DeWitt's
Little Earley Risers for promptness,
certainty and efficiency. W. F. Kremer
The Harmon Schallhurn block o
Sixth street is nearing completion and
will be one the handsomest buildings in
The S. P. D. L. Co. are moving
their Wolf Creek mill to the McAllister
neighborhood down the river from
Paul Edwards and Arthur Lisler are
fitting up the building on Sixth and I
streets recently vacated by J, E. Kerley,
as a cigar store and manufactory.
Monday morning's northbound train,
due at 4:40 a. ui. did not reach here
until 10 o'clock, being delayed by de
railed ireight cars at Keswick. .
Torturing skin eruptions, burns and
sores are soothed at once and promptly
healed by applying DeWitt's Witch
Haul Salve, the best known cure for
piles. Beware of worthless counteifeils.
. F. Krein -r,
Gorton's' minstrels arrive I Tuesday
morning on their special car, gave their
parade at noon and entertainment In
the evening. They presented some very
excellent musical features, the vocal
program "I the members ol the. Crescent
City quartet rx-fng especially pleasing.
Scott Grilliu handles Ashland flour,
Utah alfalfa gied, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian while
rye, new crop timothy aeed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa Hay,
Timothy Hay. Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheal, Oats.
A largo lino of Shoes,
Prints, Vieugua Dress nnd
Wrapper Flannels at a 10
per cent Discount Sale.
The Sugar Fine- Store.
Recorder Jnd.mn had a sweeping
harvest ot fines at the polic court last
Katurdiv, the amount aggregating $85.
One man was fined $10 for drunkeness,
being an old offender who had been
previously aarneo. Another was fined
$10 for persistent use of bad lar'guae on
the streets. A young boy was fined $5
for drunkenness, and a complaint
entered against Henry Walter of the
"Orcgnu" for selling him liquor. Walter
proved to the court that he hail refused
the boy liquor, but after he, Walter,
went to bed, his bartender sold the boy
A most dispensing accident by which
Frank Moran, an engineer on the Mi:-
Cloud River Railroad, the branch line
connecting with the H. P. Co railroad
at Upton, met his death, look place In
the yards at Upton, Friday. Moran
was engaged in cleaning his engine anil
was underneath it wiping some of the
machinery when of a sudden the locnino
live started grinding the unfortunate
man under the wheels, completely sever
ing his bead from it body. In some
mannei the steam hvl leaked through
the throttle of the locomotive giving It
momentum and a start. Moran, who
formerly was a fireman on the Walla
division of the H V. was a steady man
of about ii.'i yeara of a, well liked by
all his associates. He leaves a wife and
three children Tidings.
The committee on liUMture and ex
hibits ol the Mining and Commercial
club here, made a request last week of
the Southern Pacific railroad for per
mission to Install a mineral exhibit In
the det, The reply received from
C. II. Markham this week is ss lollows:
"Your favor of November 15 received.
We will gladly grant permirsian to place
your exhibit in our waiting room at
(iranta Pars, but cannot make an ar
rangement at Portland for the reason
that the Northern Pacific Terminal Com
pany's rule doe not permit of any ex
bibita being displaced there. You un
derstand of coarse, that all th line are
interested in the Tormina! Company and
that it is not within our province to act
independently. With regard to San
Francisco, I do sot know if anything
can be done, bnt will take np the matter
with onr Sao Francisco office and advise
Fred Roper returned Friday from
visit to Central Point,
Attorney W. I. Vawter, of Medford,
was in town Thursday.
Mr. J. E. Peterson went to Roseburg
Tuesday evening for a few days visit.
Frank J. Miller, of Eugene, brother of
H. B. Miller, was in. Grant hut week on
a business trip.
Miss Ida La Raut went to Ashland
Wednesday morning to visit for a few
days w ilb friend In that city.
Johnnie Winter, of Waldo, left last
Friday for Portland where he goes to
attend the Portland Businea college.
J. . Loomis, merchant and post
master at Galice, came up to Grants
Pass Friday on a bnsiness trip.
R. A. Booth, ot Eugoue, stopped off
here this wek on bis way to San Fran
cisco, continuing bis journey Wednesday
Miss Nellie and Charley Graff left on
Tuesday evening for Walport, Oregon,
where their parents now reside.
G. I. Brown was up from Rueeburg
tor several day during the past week on
business connected with the W. L. & P.
Mrs. J. D. Hayes left Tuesday evening
for Portland. Mr. Hayes is closing out
his mercantile business in Kerby and
will seek a new location in Portland.
II. B. Reed, the "fence man" formerly
located in Grants Pass, was a passenger
on one of the south bound trains last
week from McMinnville where he now
Father Hickey, who has been here
tor the past year as pastor of the Catho
lic church has been removed to the
Ashland charge. His place here will be
tilled by Rev. Father Doyle.
W. C. Black, who has been with the
Coikikr for soveral months past, as
printer, left on Saturday evening for
Eugene, where he goes to assume a
position with the Register.
Judge 11. L. Benson, of Klamath
Falls, and daughter, Miss Gail, passed
through here Thursday evening en
route to Salem, where Miss Benson will
attend school during the winter.
E. E. Redlleld came up from Lelund
Tuesday on a business trip, returning in
the evening. He has been sawing rail
road wood in large quantities with his
machine which works very satisfactorily
a.N.1 is capable of sawing about a cord
iu hour when things work smoothly,
Mrs. R. K. Montgomery left Tuesday
morning for Dunsmuir, where Mr. Mont
gomery i located as operator in the
office of the U. P. railroad company,
Their departure is sincerely regretted
by their Grants Pass friends, wbo
earnestly hope that matters may so
shaie themselves that they may again
become residents of Giants Pass.
Ed Kiessling and Frank Lee, formerly
well known young men of Grants Pass
are visiting the town after an absence of
nine yeara. They note a tremendous
change, in the appearance and propor
tions ol our city, but are surprised to
see so many familiar faces of people
with whom they were formerly ac
quainted. They have spent most of
their nhaence in northern California
and are now located at Redding.
Farm For Sale.
The Vannoy farm containing 200
acres of land on Rogue river about
five mile west of town Is offered for
sule. For particulars apply lo I
H. E. Hahknkks,
Death of L. Cltyman.
L. Clayman, proprietor of the clean
ing and dyeing establishment near
Cleveuger's gallery, dropped desd Tues
day w hile engaged iu hi work. Heart
disease was the cause of bis death. He
had Just b.ien dyeing a skirl and wis
hanging it on a clothes Hue in his buck
yard when be dropped dead.
He was HS years of age and unmarried.
He was a member of the G. A. It. which
orKsnlxstion is taking charge of the
Sale or Exchange.
Two horse hack for sale or to exchange
for good milk cow. O. Packauii,
Inquire at this olllce.
1SKDKI I. 8WINDKN lii (i runts Pass",
Ore. Nov. ITOi li . Win. K. Iltdell and
Rhods Hwinden, both of Josephine
coiiniy, Kev, Robert Leslie, pastor of
Die Bsptist church, olhViating.
IlI.ACK At his hums in this city, N.iv.
14th, 1110), Robert W. Riark, aged 78
Mr. Black was burn in Sumner Co,
Tenn,, OcLllllh. 1K2.1. He married in
In 18 Miss Elizabeth Fisher who died in
IN17, leaving him with four children.
In 1KSS the family came to Josephine
Co. Ore miking Grant I'asa their home.
Hi children, Rev. G. W. Black of
Burns, Ore. and W. II. Black, Mary
Black and Mrs. Emma K. Rogers of
this city, survive him. Mr. Black was
a member of the Methodist church
fSouth). Funeral service were held
in the Baptist church, pastor Leslie
STREW At the city hotel, Grants Pass
on Saturday, Kuv. 17, I'.Nt), M. b.
Strew, aifed li.l yi ars.
Deceased was a veteran of the civil
war and had been suffering some time
from lung t'ouhle. His funeral was
UCRGKSt At the B.Micrs Home,
Rosebnrg, Wednesday, Nov, 14, 11(00,
George Burgess aged til yeara.
The deceased was and old and well
koown resident of (iranta Pass and a
me ml sr of the G. A. R The remains
sere hr iUkhl t Gi iuu Pais Thursday
and on Friday the funeral services were
held st b s home by the G. A. R. He
leaves a wife and four children.
HOLM AN & SON,
Offic on 0th St. oppo. Court Hons.
Residence North 7ih St.
GRANTS PASS, OR.
Grand Mask Ball.
Th Foresters of America will giv a
masquerade on Thanksgiving evening
Nov. 29, and the order la making
elaborate preparations for the occasion,
which will be one of the social events of
Demaree's orchestra has been engaged
to tarnish the music and supper will
be served in the basement of the bsll
by Mrs. Almy.
A reception committee will be In
attendance to whom the maskers may
reveal their Identity on entering the
ball. Tickets for the dance, $1 ; specta
tors 25 cents.
Nov. 21 Walter Walker and company
in farce-coinsdy. "That Man," at opera
Nov. 29. Thanksgiving Pay.
Nov. 29. Foresters mask ball at opera
Dec. 4 and i Cantata, "David, the
Shepherd Boy" by Grants Pass Choral
Union, at opera bouse.
Dec. 7 "Ole Oleaon" at opera house,
Dec. 25 Christmas Day.
Mining, Ileal Batata and Insuranoe.
Tb scarcity of houses for rent In
Grants Pass Is causing a demand for
building lots. I have choice selection
of lotsal the lowest prices and some of
them on very easy terms. Be sure to
call and see me.
I am gelling iu touch with the mining
men of tbia county and investors from
abroad. Would be pleased to know
what residents of the county have, even
il they do not need my services just now.
Have yon placer or quarts? Will
yon sell stock or lease?
I represent solid fire Insurance com
panies and would be pier sed to write
your policy. I also attend to collections.
E. 0. Pentland.
Opera house block, Grants Pass.
Wood Choppers Wanted.
Wanted, 'wood choppers at Wolf Creek,
Oregon. Good timber, pleasant climate,
fin location and excellent chance for
workers to make money. For particu
lars call on or address, J. T. Torre,
Wolf Creek, Oregon.
If You Are Going
To get married this spring or summer
reserve passage on the Northern Pacific's
North Coast Limited, whether east
bound or west bound. A right start In
married life means a good deal, and you
get It In this way. Send to a N. P.
agent for our little leaflet. A. D. Charl
ton, Ass't Gen'l Passenger Agent, 255
Morrison St., Cor. 3d. Portland, Ore.
Household furniture, farming Imple
ments and stock. Also trio of Bel
Apply to 8. E. Harkness, Grsnt
The Dining Oars
Of th Northern Pacific, for the Improved
and new train service taking effect May
3, are thoroughly modern, electric light
ed, and will be cooled by electric faus.
They will accommodate 30 persons at
one time. A. D. Charlton. Ass't Gen'l
Pass. Ag't, 256 Morrison St., Cor. 3d
Wo delayed the annouceinent of the
result of the election guesses last week
until we should hear further from the
common wealth nf Kentucky which was
The number of electoral votes received
by McKinley wss 21)2. The fortunate
gueasora who receive two-year aubsclp
tions to the CovaikH, aro II. J. Ilobhs
and 8. Isham with estimates of 2119 and
2H5 respectively. The following persons
receive on year subscriptions: diss. E.
May bee, city ; David F. Fox, Ashland ;
J. 11. Tompkins, Davidson; Ben K.
Stab!, Boise, Idaho; 8. Harris, Winona.
Union Thanksgiving services will be
held, Thursday, 29iusi at the Baptist
church at 10:30 a. in. Rev. C. W. Hays
will preach the sermon. Come and
The artistic display of goods in th
windows of R. L. Coe A Co.' lately has
been one of the attractions of that es
lahlishment. A number 4! our mer
chants have a talent tor arranging their
displays in a most pleaaurahly attractive
way and so combining business and ait.
The Free Methodist will hold service
in the Christian church in this placs on
the next Lord's dav. A cordial Invita
tion to all to attend these services.
Also will hold Thanksgiving service
at said pUce, after which a basket din
ner will be served In the back room of
the church. J. II. Bkown,
His Frightful Failures.
Ki tarrihla failure of ala diffiererit
doctors nearly sent Wm. II. Mullen of
Locklsnd, )., to an early grave. All
aid be hail a fatal luni trouble and
that he must soon die. But be was
urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery
(or Consumption. After taking five
bottles he was entirely cured. Il Is
rKistivelv uuaraiiteed Ln cure all diseases
of Throat. Cheat and Lunus. includinn
Coughs, Colds, lrippe, Pneumonia,
ilroie Litis, Asthma, llay Fever, Croup,
WlKK.ninir Coiiah. Me and II 00. Trial
botllrs freest Dr. Kreiner's drug store
Just the Fad hi
A new lot of
OPPO. OPIN ooat
A Thanks Offering......
Merced Sweet Potatoes, per pound ac
Jersey Cranberries, per quart ' 10c
Bleached Seedless Raisins, per pound 15c
Seeded Raisins, per package 10c
Extra Cleaned Currants, per pound package 20c
Large Cluster Raisins, for the table, per poutfd aoc
Lemon, Orange and Citron Peel, per pound aoc
White Figs; one pound package ..... .; , 10c
Genuine Hubbard Squash .. .... .. ...... 5c and toe
Mince Meat, Pop Corn and Navel Oranges, Bananas -Dried
Sweet Corn, Etc.
LEAVE ORDERS FOR
A nice bunch ol Celery and a can or two of Fresh Oysters to be de
livered Wednesday or Thanksgiving morning.
Fresh Oysters, (15 in a can) ............ . . . . '. . l. 30c
Fresh Oysters, (30 in a can) 1.. ... .... 50c
PALMISTRY. Trof. Height, the
world's greatest palmist and clair
voyant, may be consulted daily on
all affair of life. His work Is en
tirely different from other mediums
and self-styled clairvoyants. No
darkened rooms or cabinet, but
everything done In the broad, open
light of sober sense (and yon in pos
session of yours ) He positively re
fuses to sccept a fee in advance (or
reading or special work until he Is
through, and not then if you are not
perfectly satisfied. Ilia information
and advice on marriages, divorcee,
separations, love and family affairs,
business transactions, law suits, etc.,
are accurate and truthful. lie re
unites the separated, settles lovers'
quarrels, causes speedy marriage, lo
cates hidden treasures, removes EVIL
INFLUENCES, cures fits and drunk
enness, advise you as to whether or
not you wilt be successful ln mining
or In business. HE LOOKS INTO
YOUR HANI) AND TELLS YOU
WHAT AILS YOU, and oftentimes
gives you back your lost nerve and
R. L. COE
HIGH-GRADE FOOTWEAR I
" Good shoes don't grow on bushes. They are made by Good, Hon
est Shoe Makers."
WE HANDLE ONLY THE
"I wore a pair of
for two years
and then sold
them for $2," is
the testimony o1
one of our old
bought . nearly
all of our shoes
of you d u ring
tho past ten
years and they
never fail to
givo perfect sat
another old cus
tomer. FOR SALE
R. L, GOE &
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES.
For Ladlt's, Men n Children.
$l.fi0$1.7S, $2, $'2.25
W are showing 40 or 60 different
style of tbl manufacturer's make alone
and rail ecial attention to their
$1.50 Shoe ,
for Ladle's, Men aud Children. Kvery
pair warranted. In light, heavy or
medium weight stock. Uargain at
.50, .79, .OS, $1.25, $1.48.'
Don't Biist them. ' COE'ri,
fOR MEN. 1
It will pay you to sitmlne th W. H
L. Dougla shots, and se for fl
yourself that they ar Just a a
good in vry way as those for 3
which you bav been paying B
to I7. For sty!, com- U
P. fort, and service, they M
V. cannot be surpassed if
W. by custom-made Jf
II Ha. V ft
Calhoun Grocery Co.
energy be warned in time. No
matter what trouble yon may have.
Prof. Haight accomplishes whatso
ever he undertakes, he warns yon of
sickness and trouble. Call and be
will hetp you. Palmistry taught.
Trices within the reach of all. .
An Observation Car '
Of unique design, will always be found
at the end or the Northern Paeiflc's
North Coast Limited, both east and west
bound. Observation platform. Il sis and
a half feet long and entire width of car.
Ladles' observation parlor Is S3 feet long
A. D. Charlton, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Ag't,
255 Morrison St., Cor. 3d, Portland, Ore,
A Card of Thanks.
We thank our friend and neighbors,
for their kindness in the sickness and
sad bereavement ol our beloved father.
Ms. and Mas. R. W. Rooibs,
All the late novelties In Far Collar
ettes at Mrs. Rehkopt's.
MOST RELIABLE MAKES.
"I will always
send to you for
my shoes. You
have tho right
style, price and
they give mo
tion than any I
ever woro," says
'a traveling Bales-
man for tho
who lives Jn
THE PINGREE SHOES.
We have) just received onr fall slock ot
this celebrated make ol footwear. For
STYLK, DURABILITY and PRICE.
" They are Just little better than any
hoes I ever wore," is the testimony ot
every person who has tried tlieuj. We)
handle them In four grades, tn which w
can Rive you all styles In both Ladies'
$3.00, $3.50, $4,00 and
Try a pair of Pingre Shoes, wear them
for alt months, and if they fail toglvw
you perfect satisfaction return thsa
and get your money back. COE'S. .
CO PA V