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XjjSlIMIIFS I LAMPS I
Uas Lamps, MctaH. Lamps, t Vase Lamps, Nignt Lamps
israckct Lamps, Kitchen Lamps. See our New
Leaders. A good metal Lamp (nickel)
complete for $1.15. Cadet
New Orleans Molasses.
We have Bplendid one (or cooking purposes, or for lable ate.
New Sorirbum, home production, best quality, thle year, per gal., 65c
Good cooking Molasses, per gal., 50c.
Hunsliine Drips, a good table eyrup in and 1 gal cans, oer ga!., 65c.
kocs laruiy Drips, in gal. or )i gal. cane, 75c per gal. (Special low price in 2
auu gauon jactets.)
The loader, of course is our well known TEA ROSE tbe very best syrnp to be
.uaa. iry it, we are sure it will please yon.
OLD SETTLERS CANADA MAPLE SYRUP
is tue DeBt tiling we have to offer in a strictly pure Maple Syrup, in 60c, 85c,
si.ou psgs. v oodland is another good one.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY..
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
We have made a special eflbrt this year to offer
on our Bargain Counter nothing but distinct
Bargains. All the goods on this counter will
be sold at a uniform
DISCOUNT OP 20 PER CENT.
Go (o Corun for l'lnmbing.
fiLeather Goods at Clemens'.
Choice Confectionery at Seiferta.
Whips, 10c to 12.50 at Haekelt's
QToys, Books, Games, atCleuW
M. Clemens, Prescription DriT
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uei una ui itiuoo v'ay
A new line of Xinas
rrlCDl Opp. Court Ho
ription at the
It will pay you to call.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
fan Pictures at Clemens'. .
th"r'e Chocolates at Cloiiens.'
cket knives in all styles and prices
ilarnoaa nf all Kinds, tirades and
ices at tlackett's.'
Take your shoes to Hackett for good
Work aud tight prices.
Toy Carpet sweepers, Bissells, 2oc and
50c Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Blue baking dishes that will stand the
oven. A fine present. Cramer tsroe.
Meals served at all hours at the
Novelty, Front street next to Fetsch's.
The Famous Berkshire Pattern in
Rogers Silverware Hair-Riddle Hard
A special table of Christmas articles
atlOcts.,15 its,, 20 cts. and 2o cts. at
Pure, wholesome home made Con
fectionery at W. Seiferts Candy Kitchen
Sixth and D. streets.
Yon have heard it said of something
"It takes the cake." But Myrtle Creuk
Flour makes the cake.
Cramer Bros, held their opening day
on Saturday and many souvenirs were
presented to purchasers.
The Daily Times Mountaineer of The
Dalles has suspended publication. Tbe
weekly will be continued.
Don't forget the boys I Foot balls,
Air euns. Tool chests and Bucksaws at
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Smokers will find rare opportunities
for selection in the many linos of choice
cigars at Wilson & Roper's.
Try the Novelty for Christmas candies,
oysters and tomales. Front street,
door east of Fetsch's store.
The Chinamen who were arrested last
s Candy Kitchen. weefc fur running an opium joint were
ve you seen the Toilet Articles that fined t&0 by Justice Holman.
.id make your friend a lovely Amaa j p Hayes has filed a petition in
r nts at Mrs. Rehkopl's. bankruptcy in the United 8tates court.
L. Clevenger made some flash light Liabilities, $3214,77 ; assets, 13183,50.
posures alter the cantata Wednesday mi.. Nell De Peatt is selling tickets at
yen ing and secured two very good neg- lIie W(j)g x'argo express ollice for the
attves of the chorus. midwinter excursion to San I rancisco.
Jos. Moss has a 10-boree power boiler p . . g T)e. the optician, exam-
and pulsometer which throws a $4 inch neg eyea (ree Optical goods a special
BARGAINS on o
Wood wanted on
Send your ore
New Custom Mill.
A splendid liner" Lbar,er U"
Ranees at Coron
c . e Amas presents see
them at Mrs. IT F "
. ,, , j of China Lilly
nuutuci til T
jiwt in at Jap
.: - with RoAArwiir.
Steel Rani" "-
by Hicks'7 lnchM' ,0r 250
..- .Cyco-Bearing carpet sweepers
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made Candies, all kinds 01
Holiday Confections, at W.
Thos. Bulls was in town Friday from
F. Jasinyn ami family visited In Gold
Q. W. Chapia of Leland visited Grants
Pass on Wednesday.
Cbas. L. and Adam Wimer of Waldo,
were in town Friday.
J. W. Howard of Kerby spent a few
davs in town Ibis week.
I). F. Fox of Ashland is spending a
a few days In Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Howlsnd went
to Portland Monday evening.
J. M. Marksbury of Ashland mde
Grants Pass a visit Monday.
Chas. F. Hart and Bert Hogue were
visitors from Kerby this week.
J. L. Bingaman of Williams made
Grants Pass a visit on Monday.
Willis Kramer, of Myrtle creek, was
here last week on a business trip.
J. F. BtilH of Kerby, merchant and
postmaster, was in town first of the
Mrs. A. A. Porter, of Grave, came up
on Tuesday to visit with Grants Fass
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.. r.. v.; " v rr p . canned r ine Apples
of the week. Sliced, wholo or grated,
G. F. Hudson, manager of the Oldrnnno.l (vrt
Finest Maino wo sell
CALHOUN GROCERY CO.
EXTRA GOOD VALUES rf)R
Honev. one pound comb
Behold How Good!
Our goods are often tempt
ing enough to make your
mouth water at sight,, and
make you want to samplo
them right, oji tho spot.
Channel mine at Six Mile, came lo from
that locality Friday.
J. T. Tuff and C. M. Stiles of tbe
S. P. D. A u Co. came np from Wolf
Creek. Wednesday morning.
H. L. Kevte. of Merlin, has been re
cently granted a patent on an
Best Walnuts 15c a pound.
Fresh Oysters DOc a can.
Navel Oranges 25c a doz.
Plain Mixed Candy 10c a
Seedod Raisins 10c a pkgo.
Minco Moat in bulk 12Jc.
stream of water, in good condition, with
all connections, which he will sell cheap,
Mrs. O. W. I'ettit has opened her
new bakery at the corner of Fourth
and Front streets. Fresh Pie, Cakes,
Cookies and Bread. Good Bread, satis
A young man created some excitement
Capt. T. W
on Thursday from San
left on Saturday for tho Waldo copper
mines of which property hs is superintendent.
Miss Allie and Roy Pool entertained a
Saturday evening by getting gloriously party of Irienda at their home on Batur
type case which he has invented.
Mrs. N. La Raut, mother of Miss Ida
La Raut, arrived last Wednesday eve
ning for a abort visit lo Qrsnta Pass.
M. C. Munson, Sunday school mission
ary of the Congregational church, spent
several days in Grants Pass during the
S. W. Eorbos. the well-known mer
chant and postmaster of Browntowa. on
upper Althonse was in town Tuesday on
ty. Fine selections in jeweirv ana sii- irgai uuiiu.
verware. At the Poet office building. Rev. N. F. Jenkins left on Saturday
Morgan Draper returned morning loi Central Point where he
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12Jo a can. For lOo wo
can give you aa good a can
of corn as is usually sold at
2oc and aOc a can. its
tender and good as that
you get fresh from tho gar
den in tho summer time.
Tomatoes, Stringless Beans
and Teas. All good and
selling at 10c a can.
White Figs pound package
T.onso Muscatel Raisins 3
lb. for 25c. - .
Baker's Cocoa is a good
article at any prico.
Bananas at 25c a dozen.
Tcanuts Fresh roasted tho
day you buy them. 15c a
Onr Whito Souadron Mo
cha and Java Cofleo. None
hotter if it does- cost more.
Wo sell it at 35o a pound.
Baking for the Holidays
Or any other day is sure
to show satisfactory returns
for labor expended if your
materials are good, sweet
and fresh. We have now
flavors and icings, just the
thing for holiday baking.
Fresh Cocoanutin bulk or
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(ienuino open kcuio iow
Orleans Molasses, quart and
two quart cans, 30o and 60c.
Best brands of Corn Starch.
Tearl and flaked Tapioca.
Schepps Cream Fruit Pud
ding. Unrivaled for con
venience, quality and taste.
Only 15c a package.
Egg Noodles is a new soup
preparation. We have just
got it in. A hundred dollar
guarantoo of purity goes with
each pkgo. W e sell it at 12 Jc.
Wo have received several large in
voices of Clothing, and are
ollbring many attrac
tive things in up-to-date
I Vom $ to $10.
An opportunity to do yourself a
good turn for a small amount of
A handsome line of Smoking
P. H. HARTH &. SON, CLOTHIERS
umilnvM will nav monthly dues for the ...aa nresent for a friend, and can be
support of the institution, and when any easily mailed. Call and see them.
of them requires medical or surgical jjCarv W. Thompson, superintendent
treatment he will receive it without n, the victor Jr., was a visitor to Grants
further cost. A contract has been made pMJ on j.-rj,ay. The Victor tis running
drunk and publicly hilarious, u re
quired the efforts of four men to trans
port and lodge him in the city Jail.
Arrangements have been made where
by the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company
will provide a hospital in Eugene for
the benefit of the workmen who may at
lie taken sick or injured. The
day evening. A very pleasant evening
was enjoyed with games and other
amusements, making a very enjoyable
occasion for the gathered friends.
Clevenger has some very unique
Souvenir Photographs of Grants Pans
and vicinity, bound in booklet form.
They make a very appropriate Christ-
with Drs. FaineW.id Kuykenuau lor
nrofpsaional service and medicines for a
vr. Ttiev will select a suitable build-
; , .apitai reauy w
receive patients by the first of January
Uuuthei's Chocolates at Clemens'.
KeBwick is a town of over 2000 Inhab
itants. Within lis borders, saya me
Free Press, there is not a living plant
that has verdure or blossoms. Newcom
ers frequently think they can rear pet
plants. Such attempts always prove
failures in a week or so. It is the sul
phur smoke from the roasters and the
smelter that kills vegetation. It does no
other harm. It really purifies the at'
mnenliere. kills ni.ilarial and other
germs. It causes no inconvenience or in
jury to human beings except when it
comes in unusually large doses, whlcn is
the case very seldom and for a short
church on Sunday.
Miss M. M. llollenbeck, Miss CM.
Lindburg, Arthur M. Dow and Herman
Horning, all of Boston, Mass. arrived In
Grants Pass on Saturday.
W. J. Rogers arrived on Tuesday
morning from Inland to visit (or a time
in Grants Pans. He is suffering from a
sprained ankle and finds locomotion both
dilllcult and painful.
Mrs. Gillette arrived Thursday morn
ing from Portland to rejoin Mr. Gillette,
who is holding a position aa druggist at
Dr. Kremer's drug store. Mr. and Mrs.
Gillette are lately from Indiana. t
Geo. P. Furman left on Wednesday
morning for Klamath Falls to be absent
about two months, hoping that bis
A production is being prepared by one
of the ladies societies of our city that
will be a decided step toward the solu
tion of that soon to be present problem
of the selection of suilablo snd appro-
oriate Christmas gilts.
It is a calendar, each of the 12 sheets - ner dozen
being illustrated with half tone views of Uatianos, per aozeu
Grants Pass and vicinity. A number of
the views are of the differont churches
and other buildings of interest in
our cily while others are beautiful or
interesting scenes of our surrounding
country. It is tastefully arranged and
will be especially Uesirabie as a gut to
send to (riends in the east or to those
who are so unfortunate as to live any
where escept in bouthern Oregon,
READ A TELEGRAM
From Santa Claus!
Dec. 25 Firemen's grand Calico ball
at opera bouse.
Dec. 25 Christmas Day.
Dec. 27 U. of O. Glee club at opera
Dec. 29 "A Breeiy Time" at opera
Jan. 1. Native Daughters' Grand Sew
Jan. 1 New Years day.
His Goods are all Here ! 700 Doz- to Select From
COME A.3STID SEE I
The finest stock of DECORATED
CHINA WARE.. Everything you
and cheap. HAND PAINTED
CHINA direct from the Painter.
Beautiful designs at SMITH'S
New York Racket Store.
HO LI DATS !
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co,
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
and 50 rents onpiaie at Clemens'.
A man to work on placer claim,
ply at ri. P. D, & L. Htore.
The Firemen will give a grand calico
ball Christmas night at the opera bouse,
Supper will be served at Hanan's oyster
parlors in tbe post office) building.
Music will be furnished by the Deraaree
This is tbe Firemen's annual grand
Christmas ball, which baa always been
successful and enjoyable event with
the dance going public and tbe com
mittee are taking care of the pre
liminaries in a manner that is and as
surance that tbe present occasion will
keep up to tbe traditional highly enter
taming and enjoyable quality oi Its pre
The lolloping committe will officiate:
Floor committee, Geo. Hartmati, David
Duncan, Tom Williams, L. L. Jennings;
reception, Kae Benson, A. J. McKiDaey,
A. Colvin. '
New Yean Ball.
The Native Diujbiers will give a
grand ball on New Years night, the erst
of the new centnary in Urants Pass.
This organization has achieved an
enviable reputation in conducting suc-
cessfcl social events and the arrange
ments for tbe New Years bail ars being
conducted with the T?cw ol making this
one of the most enjoyable dances of the
Demaree's orchestra baa been en
gaged to fornUh the music and tbe
grand march will be given at 9 o'clock.
Supper will bo served by Mrs. Geo.
Almy. Tbe following members will
officiate as floor managers: Mrs. E. C.
Dison. Mrs. Dwk Bland, Mrs. Ernest
Everton, Mrs. A. B. Cornell, Mrs. C. K.
Harmon and Miaa Emma Hyde.
Beginning from December 5 to Jan
oart I, PAll, will sell gold filled specta
cles at 3 per pair, usual f 5 50 valoe.
We test your eyes and give you an ac
curals Ct. This is a rare bargain to get
a nice pair of glasses for tbe old talks
Christmas present. We bsve the
goods, yoo bate the money, you need the
goods, we need the money. Evaxs,
steadily with its 15 stamps and without health will be benefited by a change of
anv fuss or bluster, constantly extracting climate. His family will remain here.
tho nrri'inua metal lroin one of Ilia best
ore bodies on the coast.
Scott Griffin bandies Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa Ifay,
Timothy Hay. Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats.
J. E. Kerley's new livery and feed
barn which is now in process of con
tructlon on Sixth street near J will be
a very creditable building. It is a very
substantial frame structure, SOifiO feet
in dimension. Weidman and Grove
are now building the front
The souvenir calendars with views of
Grants Pass and vicinity will be on aale
Saturday and thereafter at Cramer
Bros'.. Mrs. Kehkopfs and the 8. P. I).
& L. store. The calendars already
ordered will be delivered. Tho price is
60 cents. This calendar is an especially
annronriate and desirable Christmas
Cramer Bros.' Opening Day was a de
cided success. Crowds of ladies were in
the store all afternoon, and the sales ol
holiday chinaware were satisfactory to
the firm. A look at the window and ta
bles will bIkiw that all the pretty things
were not sold, and customers can be
sure of the best selection to choose from
in the city.
The town of Jacksonville, having paid
off the first series of bonds oli500ii'
sued lo aid in the construction of the
Kogue Kiver Valley Kailway, has decid
ed to call in the second series of 50U0
and refund the debt at a lower rate of in
terest. The present Iwnds bear . per
cent interest, whereas it is believed the
new issue will be taken at a rate not ex
ceeding 6 per cent, interest payable
The C. E. society of the Presbyte'ian
chua-ch held their monthly business and
social meeting ou Tuesday evening at
tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cra
mer, with a good attendance. The meet
ing was called to oruer oy rres'umi
L. Ireland and the business, consisting
mainly of providing (or the distribution
ef missionsry pledges, was disposed of.
After the business meeting, the enter
tainment provided by thi social com
mittee was a very interesting .ograpbi-
cal game which was participated in by
nearly the entire company and was the
source of a large amount of merriment.
At the conclusion of the game, the com
pany gathered round tbe piano and sang
a few of the old songs before departing
for their homes.
Our Stock of Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Etc.,
Is complete. We have just received a big supply
in batrcls, buckets aud cases.
rnmlv ner nound - IOC
tji.. vriwl " " "tfc
TWO., " " "
"Our Calhoun" Christinas Mixed
Ribbon Mixed per pound
Best Hand Made Chocolates per pound. . . .
Best Grade of Bon Hons
Crystallized Fruits Y, pouud box
Crystallized l'rulis I yauniX bux......
Walnuts, best kind per pound
Almonds, per pound 1 5c and ... .
Brazil Nuts, Mexican Pine Nuts, Fccans
Filberts, per pound
Navel Oranges, per dozen a 5c to....
Bo Sure Your -Basket is Filled with
From our store, such as Celery, Cranberries, Sweet
Potatoes, Citron, Ismon and Oranjre Peel, Raisins,
Currants, Mince Meat, Bottled Olives, Pickles, Catsup,
Salrfd Dressing, Chile Sauce, Pepper Sauce, Olive Oil,
BaylesHorseRadish, Mustard and after dinner Cheese.
Langs Preserves, Jams and Jellies, Pop Com that
pops, Fresh Eastern Oysters joc a can. Figs, black
And we also wish you to remember us when in
need of Tea, Coffee and Cocoas. We have the very
We Greet all with Good Wishes for Another " MERRY CHRISTMAS."
OAMIOUN GItOCEItY CO.
BEAN BROWS At Medford, Nov. 28,
ItWO, P. It. Besn and Miss Etta May
Brown, by Justice Htewsrt.
BAUHY PKNWEI.L - At Med'""'.
Nov. 8, ItWO. Thos Bsrry and Mrs. Uly
Penwell. by Justice ritewart.
U. of O. Glee Club.
The Glee club of the University of
Oregon will give a concert here on their
southern tour on the evening of Dec. 27,
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M. K. church. The cluh contains two BAKKK Ui.iian''" "
of our nwn boys, l.d Nan Dyke and
Eddie Palmer and the best vocal talent
of the university unites to produce a
urand and tuneful concert. Heats Jo
Inquire at this office.
Two large rooms, suitable
Notice to Stock holders.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First National bsnk of
Himthern Oroifon will be held at the
office of said bank Tuesday, January 8,
tuul, at 10 a. m. John V, t by,
Grants Pass, Oie. Dec. 3, 1900.
Full and complete line of Xmas goods
at Dr. W. r. K re mere
S, 1WH), John Baker of ',?bu,rVn
Miss Minnie Demmer. of Medlord, by
tur tv m.'('lftii Woodvillo !'
" 10. W tt. Milton d
Miss Florence A. Beck, by Justice Os-
urtr f timu IlnVT In tblll clt'
Thursday, Dec. , lWXt, Geo M
tarns and Miss Theresa lloyt.
Mr. Williams is the superintendent ol
the dredge Josephlns at Waldo and the
bride Is one of the well known aud ss
tm.l .nana ladle of our city. Tber
ltn them In their new life the
h..i wi.hea of hosts of friends They
left lor Portland on Thursday evening's
R. L. GOE Ik
CO PA V
ARTICLES OF SPECIAL VALUE PLACED
ON SALE FOR
In Grants Pass, about November 20,
some papers and a dlsry belonging to
it. W. Chidsey, M. D. Finder will
please return to this office.
On Saturday, Nov. 24, near II. B.
Millers's place west of town, an account
book containing check for ttOO andl
deposit slip for $000. Owner may apply
at this office.
D,, LKililiIn Han F rancisco, Deo. 4,
lHOO. William Crolford, aged 84 yeais
The remains were brought lo Grants
i... f,.r interment and the funeral was
held on Thursday.
nn iuriat M.irlin. Tuesday, Dec.
U litis), infant chili ol Mr. and Mrs,
Win. Ilefling, aged 2 years.
HOLMAN & SON,
San francUco Excuriloa.
A grand Midwinter eicnrsion
run to Kan Francisco from
Oreiron ixnnts on December 20,
The fare from Orants Pass will be
tl'i.W if 00 tickets are sold If a lees
number, the fare from hero will he the
Ashland rate, Ill.uO, plus one and a
third lares from here to Ashland.
Tickets will be good for It) days.
The esrursiou is under lbs management
of Kiuil I'eil and T. K. Bolton of Ash
land, and Mim Nell IMVatl will act as
their agent in Grants Psss.
Office on 0th oppo. Court House.
Residence North 7lh Ht.
Model No. 5, 4. Model No. 7. $50.
Piarai-rio 1 Ttmwsjtses
Is at Last Ksacheu.
BlickoUrf combines good work, eaay
operation and durability at a minimum
C K. ROOT, Agent,
A Chrutmas Ottering.
With every doaen 15 cabinets yon will
set a beantilu Oual photograph ol your
self, at t'levenner's. Coins soon, for it
takes time to finish good pictures.
General merchandise store and stock
in Josephine munty fur ssle; stuck in
voice, to 600 ; hoilrting. vu. ros
emion giveu July 1, 1U01. Inquire at
For Hale I
Foa Dale Twenty five acres one and
ons-haif miles east of Orants Pass on
rU-gue river, partly cleared, smalt or
chard, price ( half cash, also Ally one
acres of what is known as the llvda
place, price iVK), half cash. For addi
tional information address.
Ciasr linos, .OBaNGt FRONT
ALL THE NEW UP-TO-DATE
Books for all Bcea.
Hig assortment of dolls.
The finest assortment of
Games, Perfumes, Calen
dars, Leather Goods, Box
es, Photo Albums, Dress
ing Cases. Toys.Ounther'i
Make Selections Early.
200 pairs of Shoes for Ladies,
Men and children, all styles,
sizes and widths.
Your choice lor
fa 1 a V vl
Broken lots of 25c, 40c and
soc VVall Paper one, two and
three rolls of a to
Ladies Iced Wool Shawls and
Fascinators. (hi ((
Special values, VpX.W
White Shirts, linen bosom,
collar and cuff bands, made from
New York, mills muslin, equal
in value to any lt.50 custom
All silk Jap Initial Handker
chiefs, good value at 50c.
Special .ale price, $00
We have gathered together all short lengths from all depart
ments and placed them ou sale at very tempting prices Ginghams
Shirtings Muslins Lonsdale Cambrics S heetings Henriet
tas Cashmeres Serges in black aud all colors. Plaid, plain and
striped worsted aud silks just what you want for waists and skirls.
We are determined to close out broken lines and remnants re
gardless of worth or cost, and it will pay any one to look these
remnants over early in the sale.
" Remember remnants are sold regardless of cost."
Full 10 4 Blankets sold at 85c
5 cents buys the best hemmed
stitched Handkerchiefs ever sold
for tbe price.
Big lot of Silk Initial
300 Pairs of Ladies', Men's
and Children's Shoes on Bar
Hundred of articles of. special valuo offered
No house on earth is offering bettor valuo t han
wo aro ou Footwear.