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Almost everybody can afford to give a present when obtainable
lor nothing m connection with Baking Powder or Gloss btarcc.
A beautiful Wall Pocket free with 3 packages
of ELASTIC STARCH at 10c per package.
With a 6oc can of GLOBE BAKING TOVVDER
we give you your choice of a flue Parlor Stand,
a handsome Tabouretf. a child's Hardwood
Rocker, a Georgia Pine Steep Ladder, or a
Farmer's Patent Eyg Case, holding 12 dozen
CKfis They're all good and will bear inspec
tion.' COME AND SEE THEM.
In fine China, Crockery, Lamps and Glassware, we are all the
leaders. Handsome Cups and Saucers 100. Shaving Mugs, Mustache
Cups, Pin Trays. BON BON dishes. Berry Sets, Vases, Souvenir Dishes
of Mt Hood, Crater Lake or Grants Pass. Handsome decorated Lamps
cheap. One of.our leaders oaly $1.00. A fine Nickel Lamp (complete)
CuBidics and IVuls
The very best.
lates at 15c are
Our ioc Mixed Candy is a good one and those Choco-
not bad. Boston Mixed, trench Mixed and KibDon
Mixed CHEAP. Fine Bon Bons and Chocolate Creams in one pound
and half pound fancy boxes 20c and 40c. New Walnuts, large Jumbo
Pecans, Soft Shell Almonds, Filberts, African Cream Nuts (Nigger's
Toes) Ficsh Roasted Peanuts. Have you had a copy of "Grocery and
Crockery News," If not, ask for one. Don't forget to leave your
order for Fresh Oysters and some Nice Crisp Celery,
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY . .
"opposite post office
1901 CALENDARS FREE!
On Saturday, December 22(1, we shall
be pleased to present free to our friends
and patrons a beautiful AlvT CALEN
DAR representing one of the four sea
sons. If you have not completed your
Christmas purchases remember that
we have a lino stock of
Chinawarc, Glassware and Silverware
From which you can make your selection.
ODD FELLOWS liLOCK
OAKLAND STOVES STKANSKY STEEL WARE
WRIER SUITS -
We have received several large in
voices of Clothing, and are
offering many attrac
tive things in up-to-date
lVom $(i to 1.
An opportunity to do yourself a
good turn for a. small amount of
A handsome line of Smoking
P. II. HariSi & 011, Clothters.
1 INE CHINA.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co,
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
Not h ins; nM le more appropriate
for a Chri-tiiuM gift than a I'remo
Camera It ia the standard. 1'octm
atvt Cvclone al-o in fex-k.
A Full Stock of
I A. E VOORHIH, I
ALL THE NEW UP-TO-DATE
Hooks for all ages.
Big assort merit of dolls.
The fittest assortment of
Games. Perfumes, Calen
dars, Leather Goods, Box
es, Photo Albums, Dress
ing Cases. Toys.'Juuther's
Make Selections Early.
pro. oei houii
tin to Coruii for Plumbing.
leather Goods at Clemens'.
Fine line o( Kruit at Hunan's.
Choice Confectionery at Setferts.
Whips, 10c to 12.60 at Uackett's.
Toys, Book a, Games, at Clemens'.
Uuntker'a Chocolates at Clement'.
Oysters larise Eastern at Hanau's.
M. Clemens, Prescription Drumiiat.
Fresh Oysters at the Poet office store.
Fine line ot Cliriattuas candies at
A fine line of Xmas goods at Japanese
Gel one of those Opals, free, at
A new line of Xuias goods at Mr.
Bicycle hospital for all repairing at j
BARGAINS on our Baigain Counter.
Wooil wauled on subscription at the
CALENDAR CAY AT CRAMER
Send your ore to V. (i. Wright'
New Custom Mill.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Colon's.
Some very durable Xmas presents see
them at Mrs. Rehkopf's.
Another Invoice of China Lilly" Bulbs
just in at Japanese Bazaar.
Steel Ranee, six holes with Reservoir,
$40 at Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.
A nicely decorated pailor lamp for
one dollar White House Grocery.
CALENDAR .DAY At Cramer
With every 3 packages of Elastic
Starch, a beautiful wall pocket, fiee of
charge only, at the White House Gro
C. J. Kurth has commenced the erec
tion of a residence on Hecond and C
Those Urge navel oranges and bananas
are. all right at the White House Gro
Unmounted photographs of Mt. Hood
by Hicks; 6x7 inches, (or 25c at the
Courier office. v
Better secure your Souvenir dishes
before the choice ones are gouo White
Bissell's Cyco Bearing carpet sweepers
the kind thats advertised. Hair-
Riddle Hardware Co.
Home made Candies, nil kinds of
Nuts and Holiday Confections, at W.
oeifert's Candy Kitchen.
Have you seen the Toilet Articles that
would make your friend a lovely Xmas
presents at Mrs. Rehkopf's.
That Parlor stand free with a can of
Baking Powder at the White House
Grocery, is a good one.
C. A. Wool folk spent last week at
Merlin in his capacity as orgauiier for
:ho K, O. T. M. with very encouraging
Geo. Mcl.eoil, a woodchopper from
Wolf Creek, was this week detained for
insanity and waa taken to Kaleuj Wed
The Blue Ribbon euchre club held
their second meeting last Wednesday
evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs,
Kd Gray on E. street.
W. A. Wooliever, organizer for the
order of Modern Woodmen, Is in town
in the interests of that order and is
meeting w ith good success.
Ilanan's Oyster Parlors at the Post-
office store are now open and ready for
the most thorough accommodation of
guests and patrons.
The Fleur de Lis whist club held
meeting Thursday evening with a full
attendance. Refreshments were served
at the close of the games.
Jos. Moss has a 10-horso power boiler
and pulnoineter which throws a 8,'j inch
stream of water, in good condition, with
all connections, w hich he will sell cheap
A job lot of second hand Hydraulic
Pie, Elbows, Tapers and a large Head
light for sale cheap. Enquire of L. L.
Jene 1 or lulus Pollock at the Hair-
Riddle Hardware Co. store.
At tho recent term of circuit couit, di
vorces were granteu to Emma J. Jordan
and .Minnie M. Mansfield, who were re
stored to their maiden names of Emma
Rinehart and Minnie M. Perry.
Prof. Alfred Gerard, an accomplished
musician lately from San Francisco, ia
sojourning In Giants rasa and may
decide to locate permanently. The
professor is a violinist of rare ability
and high culture, a real artUt. He is
already giving musical instruction to a
number of pupils here.
M. C. Munson, Sunday school mis
sinnery for the Congregational chnrch,
spent Sunday here after visiting the
Sunday schools in various parts of Jose
prune and Jackson comities, in con
sideration of the uiifaroranlenvts of this
season of the year for outlvng Sunday
schools, he has given his efforts rather
to reviving and trenii'.hening those al
ready in existence than to organizing
H. L. Coe A Co'a mercantile establish
nent presented a remarkably lively
scene on Saturday, that being the date
when Santa Clans was scheduled to be
present to distribute candy to the youth
fnl denizens of Grants l'asa and vicinilr
The small hoy was present in myriads
and Santa was on hand in liis ofhcial
capacity, having for once suspended
his rules to make an early date with the
Grants Pas youth. The old man was
auite lively and seemed to nave aged
very little since last year. When the
dinner hour arrived, he mounted
bicycle with marvelous agility and
sprinted in the direction of the North
Dole. Any-way lie went north, up
Artisans Elect Officers,
The order of United Artisans on Tues
day evening elected the lollowing miner
for the ensuing six menths: M. A.,
W. L. Ireland ; Snpt., Mrs. Bloom; sec.,
J. B. Padlock; intp., Mrs. II. C.
Perkins i Ireaa., Mias Edna Parker;
8. C. Mrs. R. P. Cheshire; J. C,
Marshall Mowers; F. C, Geo. Hiller.
Choired Pictures at Clemeus'.
Gunther's Chocolates at Generis.'
If you want a box of line candy, go to
Pocket knives in all styles and prices
at Cramer Bros.
Full line of Cigoik and Tobacco sA
Harness of all Kinds, Grades and
Prices at Hackett'a.
Take your shoes to Uackett for good
work and right prices.
ART CALENDARS SATURDAY
AT CRAMER BROS.'
Toy Carpet sweepers, Bissells, 2oc and
50c Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Bine baking dishes that will stand the
oven. A fins present. Cramer Tirae.
Meals servtd at all hours at the
Novelty, Front street next to Feisch's.
Opp. Court House.
The Famous Berkshire Pattern in
Rogers Silverware Hair-Kiddle Hard
R. Thomas, the house furnisher, will
move his store shortly to the Harmon
A special table of Christmas articles
at 10 eta., 16 cts 20 cts. and 25 eta. at
Pure, wholesome homo made Con
fectionery at W. Seiferts Candy Kitchen
Sixth and D. streets.
You have beard it said of something
"It takes the cake." But Myrtle Creek
Flour makes the cake.
Don't forget the boys I Foot balls,
Air guns. Tool chests and Bucksaws at
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Smokers will find rare opportunities
for selection in the many lines of choice
cigars at Wilson A Roper's.
Try the Novelty for Christmas candies,
oysters and touiales. Front street, one
door east of Fetsch's store. -
Miss Nell He Peatt ia selling tickotsat
the Wells Fargo express office for the
midwinter excursion to San Francisco,
The weather for the past week has
been of a satisfying character to placer
operators, as the reins have been copious
Times are not so bad when you can
get a child's hard wood rocker or a
Georgia Pine Step ladder free with
every can of Globe Baking Towder
White House Grocery.
Clevenger has soinu very unique
Souvenir Photographs of Grants Pass
and vicinity, bound in bouklut form.
They make a very appropriate Christ
mas present for a friend, and can be
easily mailed. Call and see them.
Scott Griflin handles Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian while
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa Hay,
Timothy Hay. Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats.
The Bon Ton Bakery, August D. A..
Singler, proprietor, will open on Mon
day at Front and Seventh streets. The
bread will be sold at the various
groceries, each loaf being stamped B. T.
Mr. Singler has had nine years ex
perience as a baker and assures satis
faction to his patrons.
Nothing whatever has been learned of
the fate of Walter Brooking, the young
man who disapieared so mysteriously
near Crescent City recently. His two
brothers came up from San Francisco to
join in the search, but returned home
last week having accomplished nothing
in the way of ascertaining anything
about his disappearance.
The Christmas services at the Catho
lic church of St. Ann, will begin at
10 o'clock. There will be a solemn mass
and sermon followed by benediction of
the moat blessed Sacrament. The chil
dren under the direction of Mrs. Ed
ward with Miss Lister as organist, will
sing the mass. On Dec. 24th, Christ
mas eve, a Christmas free entertain
ment will bo given the children in the
A heavy wind and rain storm visited
.-an Francisco ana outer portions oi
Calllornia on Friday and Saturday caus
ing some damage to property. In San
Francisco, the highest wind blew GO
miles an hour but only for an instant
All wires being blown down, the city
was for some time cut olf from tele
graphic communication with the rest of
the world, which gave opportunity for
all sorts of wild rumors ol tidal waves
and indefinite loss of life to become
Miss Mary Jenkins is home to spend
E. E. Red field came op from Leland
P. II. Harth returned on Friday from
a few days visit to Salem.
W. T. C'obirn is now in Lakeview fol
lowing his vocation as barber.
G. I. Brown was here Friday on busi
ness connected with the W. L. A. P. Co.
W. J. Rogers returned to Leland
Thursday after a few days visit in town.
Mrs. J. O. Booth and Mrs. N. U Rant
went to Ashland Thursdiy to visit Mrs.
C. M. Holmes.
Mrs. Little, of Kancas, visited for
several days last week with Rev. and
Mrs. C. W. Hays.
Miss Lyle Watson came down from
Ashland Thursday evening to remain fir
some time ai Grants Pass.
C. J. Allen, oue of the owners ot the
Big Yank quart! mine at Galice came up
from Portland last week,
' Miss Ethel Smith, who has been visit
ing friends iu Grants Pass, returned
Thursday to her home at Wolf Creek.
B, E. Meredith, of the Wilson-Meredith
placer went to San Francisco last
Wednesday evening on a bualneas trio.
Mrs. Susie Watson Moss returned on
Monday morning from a visit of several
weeks at the home of her parents in
R. I). Colo returned home last week
after several months absence at Crescent
City where be has been punuiug his
vocation as carpenter.
Mrs. E. E. La Brie and two daughters,
of Garden Valley near lloseburg, are
visiting for a few days in Grants Pass
Miss Grace LaBrie will remain here for
tho winter and attend school.
GI ST AS
CALHOUN GROCERY CO.
Hannum Cook Nuptials.
- On Wednesday at high noon, at the
New Palace hotel, a wedding ceremony
was performed that united in matrimony
two of our well known and best esteemed
young people, Mr. Edward F. Ilanuum
and Miss Lulu Cook.
The handsomely furnished parlor of
the hotel was the scene of the happy
event and. about 30 guests, consisting ol
the families of Miss Cook and Mr. Han
num and their unmediute friends were
present to witness the ceremony.
A few minutes after 12 o'clock, the
bridal party entered tho room and,
taking their position under a pendant
bough of mistletoe, the happy eouple
were united by Judge Axtell in an im
At 2 o'clock an elaborate and ap
petizing repast was served to the com
pany in the dining room of the hotel.
The long table was burdened with the
most tempting viands and to all those
who appreciate the beauties ol the
culinary art, the dinner was one to be
The bride is the daughter of 8. II.
Cook of Kubli, one of our pioneers.
Both of the young people were born In
southern Oregon and each has hosts of
friends who wish them the most unal
loyed happiness in their new life.
On Saturday evening, a little after 0
o'clock, the Dyke residence just north of
the school house, occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. W. E, Mallory and the Misses
Dyke, waa discovered to be on fire.
Mrs. W. E. Mallory and Mias Minnie
Dyke were asleep in the house at the
time and knew nothing of the Are until
awakenel by the pistol shots fired to
give the alarm. A large crowd collected
immediately and some furniture and
and household goods were saved.
The fire bell was rung and the hose
cart was laboriously dragged to the
scene by some half dozen men while
scores ran past tliein to the fire and
would not lend a hand. The wattr waa
brought to bear in time to save the small
kitchen ell of the house, which however
waa a somewhat inconsiderable saving,
The fire originated up stairs In an
unoccupied room and it is supposed
that it was ignited by sparks from a
probable crack in the flue. Mr.
Mallory was absent down town at the
There was $100 insurance on the
houe and $100 only on the luniture.
The loss in household goods and furni
ture is in the neighborhood ot $H00.
Behold How Good!
Our goods a ro often tempt
ing enough to make your
mouth water at sight, and
mako you want to samplo
them right on tho spot.
Canned Pine Apples
Sliced, wholo or gratod.
Finest IWaino wo sell at
12Jc a can. For 10c wo
can give you ?s good a can
of corn a$ is .usually sold at
25c and 30o a can. It's
tondor and good as that
you get fresh from tho gar
den in tho summer time.
Tomatoes, Stringless Beans
and Peas. All good and
selling at 10c a can.
EXTRA GOOD VALUES FOR
Honey, one pound comb
Best Walnuts 15c a pound.
Fresh Oysters 50c a can.
Navel Oranges 25o a doz.
Tlain Mixod Candy 10c a
Seeded Raisins 10c a pkge.
Minco Moat in bulk 12$c.
Whito Figs pound package
Looso Muscatel Raisins 3
It), for 25c.
Baker's Cocoa is a good
articlo at any price.
Bananas at 25c a dozen. ,
Teanuts Fresh roasted tho
day you buy them. 15o a
Our Whito Squadron Mo
cha and Java Coffee. None
bettor it it docs cost more.
Wo soil it at 35o a pound.
Baking for the Holidays
Or any other day is sure
to show satisfactory returns
for labor expended u your
materials aro good, sweet
and fresh. We have new
flavors and icings, just tho
thing for holiday baking.
Fresh Cocoanut in bulk or
Genuine open kettle New
Orleans Molasses, quart and
two quart cans, 30o and 60c.
Best brands of Corn Starch.
Pearl and flaked Tapioca.
Schepps Cream Fruit Pud
ding. Unrivaled for con
venience, quality and taste.
Only 15c a package
Egg Noodles is a now soup
preparation. Wo haov just
got it in. A hundred dollar
guarantee of purity goos with
each pkge. W o sell it at 12 jc.
Our Stock of Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Etc.,
Is complete. We have just received a big supply
in barrels, buckets and cases.
Plain Mixed Candy per pound ioc
Broken Mixed " " I2C
Boston " " " "..uc
Our Calhoun" Christmas Mixed 15c
Ribbon Mixed per pound 15c
Best Hand Made Chocolates per pound 30c
Best Grade of Bon Bona " " 30c
Crystallized Fruits i pound box 30c
Crystallized Fruits 1 pound box 50c
Walnuts, best kind per pound 15c
Almonds, per pound 15c and 20c
Braiil Nuts, Mexican Pine Nuts, Pecans and
Filberts, per pound 20c
Navel Orauges, per dozen '.25c to Joe
Bananas, per dozen 23c
Irtlrtti ftt CLOC 72
M a touch bjrvv. T l.L V '1
r inline v 1".rr.T. 'f
Foa Saiji Twenty fire acre one and
one-hail mile et ol Urents I'm oo
Kngue river, partly cleared, small or
chard, piice $2X1 half cash, also fllty-one
arre ill what ia known as tbe lirde
plare, price ty O, half caali. For addi
tional information addreaa, ,
Ci aT lieoe,
La Grande, Oregon
On Tuesday, John Moore ol I.gland
was arrested on a charge ol forgery and
Lis trial was held More Justice Hoi
man. He had no defense and no
counsel and refused to make any state
ments whatever. It seemed a very
plain case of fotgery and the court held
him under bonds of $2000 to appear
before the circuit court, in default of
which bonds, be is detained in the
It seems that Moire lias been in the
habit ofoblaiiiing money and goods in
(jrants l'asa by giving notes with the
forged signatures of T. J. Mackln of
Leland and S. It. Petlingill of Orave.
Some of these notes have been running
or some time without the knowledge
of those whose names were appended,
It is alfirmed that the forgeries were
very poor copies of the name and that
Moore should go on giving notes in
their name in the face of absolutely
certain detection eeoms ineipllcable.
He is said to be a hard working man and
has a family.
Rtd Croti Grcetingi.
The National Ked Crots will give a
series of greetings under the auspicies of
the Relief Corps of (irai.ta I'aas at the
opera house, Ktw Year Eve, as a wa'tb
meeting. The object ia to raise funds to
carry on the noble l'.ed Cross work that
has saved ao man of our boys In blue
as well as gray. This is a aelf sustain,!
ing order and not, a many supposed
supported by the government. They
have appealed to ftianU I'm to help
Riein by eend'-g us their program, which
we will f 7 jnd carry out :
tireelinitt to be read by Relief Corps
Ladies; keeponeea by Minister and
others: Music eonrs, duetts and quar
tette, under direction of Mr. Kinney;
Orchestra. Aduiistion Vk. Reserved
General merchandise store and stock
in Josephine county for sale; stock in
voice. t-WQ to fliX); building-. m. 1'oe
eesion given July 1, l'-MJl. Inquire at
G. A. R. Election.
At a regular meeting ol General Logan
Pout, No. .'ID, U. A. It., the following ofll
cere were elected for 1U01 :
John 1'atriik, commander ; (Jeo. L,
Kvans, Sen. vice coin. ; James Holman
jr. vice com. ; Noah Day, Chaplain; J
E. Peterson, surgeon; K. A. Wade, Q,
M.j Theodore Molt, O. 1.
W. V. Byrne,
Iiec. 2r) Firemen's grand Calico ball
at opera bouse.
Iiec. 25 Christina Day.
Dec. 27-U. of O. Ulee club at opera
29 "A llreeny Timo" at opera
Dec. 31 Watch Night. W. R. C. at
Jan. I. Native Daughters' (JrandNew
Jan. 1 New Years day.
Jan. 7 to 12 'Jrillltti Hypnotic com
pany at opera house.
tan FrandKO Excursion.
A grand Midwinter eicuraion will be
run to Kan Francisco from southern
Oregon point on December 20.
The fare from Urania l'a will be
$12 50 if IX) tickets are sold If a leM
number, the (are from here will be the
Anhlaud rate, $11. .VI, plus one and a
third faroa from here to Aihland.
TickeM will be goo-1 for 10 days.
The ex'iirairm is under the management
of Kmil I'eil and T. K. Ho I ion of Ash
land, and Miss Nell 11'. ett will act as
their agent in (irante Past.
. Be Sure Your Basket ia Filled with
From our store, such as Celery, Cranberries, Sweet
Potatoes, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, Raisins,
Currants, Mince Meat, Bottled Olives, Tickles, Catsup,
Salad Dressing, Chile Sauce, Pepper Sauce, Olive Oil,
Bayles Horse Radish, Mustard and after dinner Cheese.
Longs Preserves, Jamj and Jellies, Pop Corn that
pops, Fresh Eastern Oysters 50c 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."
CALHOUN GROCERY CO.
CALL ADAMS-At the home ol Mr.
J.H. Adam near (Jrants rass, on
Wednesday, Dec. 12, WOO, Chas. K.
Call ol Aiier, Cel., and Miss Ktta M.
Adams of U runts I'ass, itev. N. F.Jen-
DKSK1NHEH URADY In Grant
l'asa, Friday, Nov. 30, lVUO, by Jiiuge
Abe Axtell, I'hil Dessimier and Miss
Kitty Utady, both of Kerby,
DAVI8 WKAVKR At Medford, Dec.
, !JOO, Hcoit V, Davis and Mis tela
Weaver, bv Hev. W. U. Moore.
LIND HUNT At Hie residence of
John Hunt in Crescent City, Cel., on
Wednesday, Dec. t, 1IW0. A. Lli.d
and Miss Clara Hunt, Hev. Chas. N.
HANNUM COOK at the Palace hotel,
Grants l'aea, Dec. llHh, WOO, fcdwaril
F. Hannum and Mia Lulu Cook.
J udge Axtell olliciating.
Advertised Letter Met.
Following is the lintof letters remaining
uncalled fur in the Grants I'as post-
office Saturday, December 15, 1DO0.
La 01 is
(ireen. Hue. Clanton. Mr V C, 3
Jackson, Mis Cora, Htovall, Mr Myrtle,
Vest, sir Minnie,
date. J W. Faire, Mr Murke,
(iallarhen, F M, 2, Halbert, A L.
Hale, J W, iluiilinifion i.arain,
kichard. Koss, Bomertield, A M,
Hteadiuan, It, Terry Mr James,
Moody, .Mr ueo,
C. F.. IUkmom,
HOLMAN & SON,
Office on Clh Kt. oppo. Court House.
Residence North 7th Ht.
GRANTS PAS9. OR.
R. L. COE &
CO PA V
ARTICLES OF SPF.CIAI. VALUE PLACED
ON SALE FOR
300 pairs of Shoes for Ladies,
Men and children, all styles,
sizes and widths:
Your choice for
Ladies warranted (hi ff
Kid Gloves, Cpi.VU
Broken lots of 25c, 40c aud
50c Wall Paper one, two aud
three rolls of a 10
Ladies Iced Wool Shawls and
Fascinators, Cyt ff
Special values, pl.W
White Shirts, linen bosom,
collar and cuff bands, made from
New York mills muslin, equal
iu value to any (t.jo custom
All silk Jap. Initial Handker
chiefs, good value at 50c.
Special fate price, $00
We have gathered together all short lengths from all depart
ments and placed them on sale at very ttmpting prices Ginghams
Shirtings Muslins Lonsdale Cambrics S heetings Henriet
tasCashmeres Serges in black and all colors. Plaid, plain and
striped worsted and silks just what you want for waists and skirts.
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."
Cor. 7TH and Fkont Sts,
Orders taken for all kinds of
Fancv Pastry. Weddinz Cake
Cream Puff. Lady Fiugers, etc,
Fresh Bread every day. Leave
orders at Calhoun Grocery Co.
Aug. D. A. Singler, Prop.
Model No. 5. $40. Modd No. 7. 50.
Pri-rio m Tyce-wkitkm
1 at Lat Ruaciiku.
Wkk.nnderfer combines good work, eay
operation and durability at a minimum
C K. ROOT, Agent,
G BANTU PASH.
Full to 4 Blankets sold at 8jc
5 cents buys the best hemmed
stitched Huttdketcliiefs ever sold
lor the price.
Bijt lot of Silk Initial
a 00 Pairs of Ladies', Men's
and Children's Shoes on Bar
Hundreds of articles of special value offered
this week. '
No Uoubo on earth is offering better value than
wo aro on Footwear.