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Another Hot one in-
45 Pieces, Including
One Box of Soap and one set
10 piece Decorated Chamber Set for
It is a nfoney saver.
Fine Parlor Lamps reduced
See them Ilave some
Japanese Mush Dowls, per set,
Good Blacking Brush, with dauber and a 10c
box of Shoe Blacking,
Flower Fots, with drainers,
May s Garden heeds, 5c Tkg
All the leading kinds of Fresh Garden Seeds,
Onion Sets, Seed Corn, Etc.
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
1900 Model $30.00.
Columbia s "
- FEW AS GOOD
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Solo Agents lor Josephine County
' JVC " k JM
For Sale by
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Get the Best
We sell Extras in all sizes.
Of all kinds,
White Sewing Machines.
H .A. IR, IR,
We have the famous
Vlt AC I J S 10 PLOAVS
And all farm machinery, Wagons and all
manner of wheeled vehicles.
of Teaspoons for $2.65
to - - - 1.70
rare bargains in lamps.
10c & 15c
for - - 2c
1901 Model $35.00.
In tbe estimation of
Every gallon of
will cover 300 or more square
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Paint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Faint made.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
RUNXIXQ PLOW OX EARTH,
Sulphur, Hluc Vitrol, Etc.
O "WS !
Apple Trees 5 to 10 cti. at the River
Bicycle hospital for all repairing at
Big line of men's soft aliirta at 50c
Wood wanted on subscription at the
If you want a box of fine candy, go to
The Spring and Summer goods are
arriving every few days at Mrs.
Send your ore to W. Q. Wright's
New Custom Mill.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Harness of all Kinds, Grades and
Prices at Hackett's.
W. Q. Wright custom nulla ore test
ing and assaying.
'01 Ramblers $40. Roadsters 135 at
Hair-Kiddle Hdw. Co.
Williams Bros. & Kendall are building
an addition to their factory.
SPECIAL 3 cans choice corn 2dc
Smith Bros. Merchantile Co.
Freeh Oysters, tbe large Eastern
kind, at Hanan's oyster parlors.
- All the late novelties in Belts and
Neckwear at Mrs. Rehkopf's.
Some new varieties of Extra Early
Peach, -20 to 25 cts: each. Common
varieties 10 to 12la' cts. at the Riverside
If you wish to buy or sell city or farm
property 5 ou cannot do better than to
call on or address Joseph Moss, The
Real Estate Agent.
Shf 1") Sherman-Williams Paints.
. VV.l . Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
A lot of wimlow shades at bargain
prices. A few blankets and comforts at
bedrock prices to close out. Smith
Ware, Guaranteed to last
5 years-Cramer Bros.
O. 1. Harvey is making preparations
(or operating the sawmill recently pur
chased of W. A. llaskins during the
it'. Delamater has sold his grocery
stock to 11. L. Wilson, the Leland mer
chant who is fitting up a general mer
chandise store at that place.
On April the 1st to 3d, Dr. Lowe, the
well known ooulo optician will be here
in Grants Pass at the Josephine hotel.
If you want correct glasses for your eyes
don't fail to Bee him.
Mr. and Mrs. Thynker are trying to
discover why some people pay high
prices for shoes that quickly go to
pieces, w hen they can get good shoes
(or a moderate price at the Red Star
FRIDAY, and SATURDAY of this
week only, a lady will demonstrate the
superior qualities of WHEATINE at the
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
Tiieir promptness an 1 their pleasant
effects make DeWitt's Little Early
liners most popular little pills where-
ever Ihoy rue known. They are simply
perfect lor liver ami bnw el trouble. Dr.
W. K. Kremer.
Scott Griffin handles Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa seed. Oregon red clover
need, winter oats, large Russian while
rye, now crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed alRO Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tim-
uhy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley',
Corn, Wheat, Oatn.
Choice ;( lines, lowest rates and best
service lo all points eal Write foi
particulars and advertising mailer. R.
W. Foster, Ticket Agent, Burlington
Route 3d and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
Bee Hives and Bee Supplies at Hair-
Riddle Hdw. Co.
See that you gut the original DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve when vou ask for it.
The genuine is a certain cure fur pileB.
sores and skin diseases. Dr. W. F.
At the school election on Monday, T.
P. Cramer was elected director (or the
three years term and R. Thomas (or one
year, to fill the unexpired term of R. A.
Booth. J. A. Jennings was reelected
The R- R. V. choral union held a
business meeting on Thursday afternoon
and elected an executive committee of
seven who have power to elect officers
and to decide the time and place of tbe
next meeting. The (ollowing coin
mittee was elected: H. L. Gilkev,
Mrs. W. I. Vawter, Medford; Esther
Silsby, Fred N il. A.hl-ud; II. C
Kinney, T. P. Cramer, Grants Pass
Mrs. G. M. Love, Jacksonville. The
election of officers and selection of place
ol meeting will be deferred lor tbe
present and will be announced later In
Vedette-Best $25 wheel
made, on exhibition at
A very enjoyable social party was
given in honor of Mips Lulu Beoll, ol
Centra! Point, at tbe residence o( T. F
Crouton on Monday evening. About
20 were present and the evening was full
of enjoyment to every one. A short
mutual program was rendered. Miss
Ethel Palmer gave a piano solo in her
accustomed artistic style, Miss Mabel
Kinney sang a solo very beautifully and
a duet by Misses Edna and Laura
Parker was a most enjoyable number.
Several entertaining games were played
in one of which the guests had an op
portunity to exhibit their skill as pencil
artists. Some ol tbe results were credit
able, while others were startling. Re
freshments of cocoa, sandwiches and
cake were a pleasing finale of a most
ft. A. Paddock, our enterprising
bicycle dealer, has recently received a
a consignment of about 30 new wheels
wi'h more oo the ro-d. litis handling
this year six different lines of wheels so
that critical purchasers lean hardly fail
to find a satisfactory selection. An
object of attention on the part of cyclists
is his cushion frame Racycle, a machine
eliminates jarring and converts tbe
agony of a rough road into a season of
A Bargain for You This Week
7 Bars Golden Star
" Washing Soap, 25c
A few Over and Under Skirts at bargains. We aro getting
in new goods each day at prices that
make you happy.
10 4 Bleached Sheeting per yd. .$ 2Sc
Calicos per yd 4s4c to 7lac
Lawns l..c to 15c
Allover lac per yd 40c to 80c
Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c
Latest Belts with spikes.. 76c
Latest neck ties 25c to 75c
Sun Bonnets 25c
Children's Tarn 'O Shantera for
Summer 25c to 05c
Baby Sun Bonnets... 25c to 00c
We have good bargains in Glassware Crockery, Granite
ware, Tinware, Willow and Woodenware.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 20 per cent
Wc buy 80 you can get a $1 worth for 75c at
Kessler's Chicago Racket Store.
Writing Paper o( all kinds at the
Get prices on tin and granite ware.
Smith Broa. '
W. G. Wright custom mills, assaying
and ore testing.
Nobby Spring Hats are to bi seen at
Leave orders for engraved calling cards
with A. E. Yuorhiee.
For sale cheap, second haud piano,
address box 05, city.
Garden seeds at half prices at Adams
Bazaar, Front St.
"It takes the cake." But Myrtle Creek
Flour makes the cake.
Note the ad of "Rambler" bicycles
which appears on the last page of this
Bicycle Hospital at
A full Hue of Standard Sewing Ma
chines. You can pay fur them by the
month. For sale by Joseph Mosa.
Quality and not quantity makes De
Witt's Little Early RiBers sncb valuable
little liver pills. Dr. W. F. Kremer.
If you wiidi to buy or sell city or farm
property you cannot do better than to
call on or address Joseph Moss, The
M, A. Werli has commenced the
erection of his sawmill which will
operate this season on Rogue river a
lew miles below town.
A perfect pair of Trousers at rt fair price
and the best at any price. They combine
the extreme of style with the perfection of
.comfort and fit. All imitations lack the
peculiar and remarkable qualities of the
genuine Dutchess Trousers.
They are an essential of the well dressed man.
andEve ry pair warranted.
Vou may buy a Pair ol Dutchess
4 or 5 ana wear iwo Montns.
comes ofT, we will pay you ten cents.
we will pay you fifty cents. If they
ill pay you one dollar or give you a
Make your selection, from our
how well they wear.
For Sale by
Fresh Oysters at the Post office store.
Those interested in poultry raising
will find interest in the ad of E. A.
Kruse, the Roseburg poultry man, which
appears iii Ibis issue.
The choral anion is appreciative ol
the kindness of the Postal Telegraph
Co. in the matter of weather bulletins
furnished for the occasion.
The Degree of Honor will give a grand
hall on tbe evening of May 1. Invita
tions will be issued, and special enter
taining features will be provided.
The season for spraying (ru t trees is
at hand. F.H.Schmidt tarries a very
complete line of spray pumps to which
be invites your attention; corner Sixth
and 1 streets.
Garland Stoves and
A representative of the Wbeatine
Milling Co. is demonstrating the good
qualities o( Wheaiine, the great break
fast food, at the Calhoun Grocery Co.
Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
Tbe lingering cough following gript e
calls for One Minute Corgh Cure. Fcr
all throat and lung troubles this is Ibe
only harmless remedy that gives im
mediate results. Prevents consumption.
Dr. W. F. Kremer.
T. F. Croxton finished closing out his
stock on Saturday by an auction sale at
which his remaining goods were sold to
the Ligbest bidders. Some ol the goods
were bid in by grocers and fair prices
A camp of tbe Modern Woodmen ol
America was organized at Medford
Oregon on Tuesday evening March 5lh
by District Deputy Head Consul W. A.
Wooliever assisted by Assistant Deputy
Head Consul J. W. Abbott, with .11
charter members. The following neigh
bors were duly elected and installed into
their respective offices : V. C, O. W
Mackey; W. A., A. D. Bay; E. B., II.
B. Nye; Sentry, J. R. Hardin; Clerk,
Geo. J. Kurti; Escort, N. II. Marcey;
Watchman, C. A. Poe; Physician, J. K
Shearer : Delegate, Geo. J. Knots.
Ladies' Underwear for summer,
Ribbon per yd
Coffee Pots ,
Dover Egg Beaters .. .
Matches, 1 block
6 Dinner plates
6 Cups and Saucers. .
Lamp Wicks per Dot.
.15c to 1 0,1
Bicycle Hospital at Cramer Bros.
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
Whips, 10c to $2.50 at Hackett'i.
S. Harris of Winona visited Grants
Pass this week.
Two pounls best Creamery Butter 50c
at Smith Bros. Merchantile Co.
A full lina of Japanese goods at
Adams Bazaar. New Goods every week.
Front Street, four doors below Palace
A fresh supply of Seed's Gilt Edge and
Cramer's Isochrouiatic plates Just in.
A. E. Yoorhlea.
Mrs. Carrie Brock in nn will assume
conduct of the boarding house at the
M. A. Weill saw mill near the mouth ol
Bicycles $12.50 15 and
17.50 at Cramer Bros.
1( you wish a choice cup of coffee try
Blauke's Mocha and Java. Sold by
Smith Bros. Morchanlile Co.
Remember the Evans Optical Co.
Scientific correction ol defective vision a
specialty. Lenses for complicated cases
ground to order. Consultation free.
Office at residence, Grants Pass, Oiin.
Yon can make an Independent living
by working for the Portland Art Com
pany nt your own home. We can teach
you how to make portraits in your own
home by our improvod methods. Write
Portland Art Company, 270 Oak Street.
Wool Trousers, at $j. 2,. so, 3
for every suspender uimon mat
Tf they rip at the waistband,
rip in the scat or elsewhere, we
choice, lot. You will never forget
H. Harth & Fon.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druggist.
Tbe Native Daughters will giva a
dime social on the evening of Wednes
day, March 20. A program will be
rendered and refreshments served. A
pleasant lime is assured to all who
Win, Knoelt has repapered and
other ise improved his restaurant and
bakery on Sixth street, and it now
presents a very attractive and inviting
When you are bilious, use those
famous little pills known as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers to cleanse the liver
id bowels. They never griie. Dr.
w. 1'. Kremer.
A wreck of lumber caraoccured Thurs
day night on the I,ouse creek summit.
Several cars wen derailed and lumber
was disseminated over the adjoining
area. The night trains were delayed
A very pleasant card party was held
on Saturduv evening at the residence of
Hon. G. W. Colvig In honor of Mrs.
Enrna Ellison, a few friends being
present. Tbe evening was pleasantly
spent in social amusement and delicious
refreshments gave an added test to the
evening's pleasure. Mrs. Ellison de
parted lor Kan Francisco 00 the follow
ing. Spray Pumps $'-, $5,
$10 and $10 at Cramer
A Klnifiiah Attack.
An attack was latly made on C. F.
Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It cam through bis kid
neys. His bsck got so lame he could
not stoop without great pain, nor sit in
a chair except propped by cushions, no
remedy helped him until be tried Elec
tric Bitters which effected such a wonder
ful change that lis writes hs feels like
near man. This marvelous medicine
cnrei backache and kidney trouble
purifies the blood and builda op your
health. Only 60c at Dr. Kremer 's Drug
Geo. Porter of Grave visited here last
week, arriving Friday.
C. M. Holmes, recently of Ashland,
left lor San Francisco Friday.
R. L. Gilslrap of Wolf Creek was a
visitor to Grants Pass Saturday.
J. M. John, ol Williams, visiled dur
ing the past week in Grants) Pass.
Dr. Lowe, the optician, has been com
ing to Grants Pass for over 10 years.
H. 8. Woodcock and George Mathew
son of Kerby visited Grants Paea last
D. E. Dotson came over on Monday
from Waldo for a week's visit to Grants
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Heberlie arrived
first of the week and will take up their
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Booth returned to
Roeeburg Thursday, after attending the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlton of Sonoma,
Cel., arrived Tuesday evening and will
make their residence here.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Norman have trans
ferred their place ol residence from
Grants Pass to Ashland.
Judge H. L. Benson, of Klamath Falls
stopped off here Monday tor a brief visit
with friends and relatives, on his return
from a visit to La Grande.
Kev. F. Dominic and Mr. A. T. Bald
win, who rendered such able assistance
in the musical convention, returned on
Saturday evening to Mt. Ang-jl.
A special car, with Messrs Koehler.
Fields, Giundahl, officials 'fit the 8. P,
Co. and Division Superintendent Don
nell, passed through on Thursday eve
ning. "Doc" Keene, of Medford, the famous
Jackson county politician, who has been
termed the "Joe Eimon of Southern
Oregon." was .In Grants Pass Saturday
Dr. R. T. Burnett, recently of Med
ford, has located in Ashland. The
doctor was one of the stars in the recent
musical convention and gained many
compliments by his excellent rendering
of the solo in "Spirit Immortal",
Mrs. J. Bowman, ol Cottage Grove,
aud Mrs. 0. Bowman, of Grants Pass,
who have been visltiug Mrs. E. N.
Tibbitts of this city, went to Klamathon,
Saturday where they will reside. Tid
ings. L. E. and Joe Schuiltt, left on 'Wed
nesday for Evans creek to run some
lines on timber land and to arrange for
putting on a sawmill in the near future.
The mill which operated last summer
just north ol town will be moved to tltatt
Wm. Cochran, who owns a very neat
residence place on East A street or
Iowa Avenue, was down from Central
Point a few days last week looking after
business affairs. Mr. Cochran Id now
engaged in larger (arming in the vicinity
ol Central Point and Is desirous of
selling his property here.
A. II. Cousin returned Sunday night
from his visit to Portland and spent
Monday In Grants Pass leaving on the
evening train for his mine at Galice.
Mrs. Cousin is continuing her visit in
Portland. Mr. Cousin has been suffer
ing from a felon on his hand which is
now, however, thoroughly recovered.
Attorney Bobbins, lately of Washing
ton, has purchased the residence proper
ty ol II. W. Strickland on East A street
or Iowa Avenue and Intends to make his
residence here and will probably .open
an ofilce in Grants Pass in the near
luture. Mr. Bobbins is tbe lather of
Egbert Robbins, our popular school
Miss Stella Paddock has been en
gaged to teach the spring term at tbe
Murphy school beginning on Mondav
next. Miss Paddock, who has recently
finished a term of school at Placer, is
one of tbe most popular teachers in the
county and Is able to select her situa
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lister, of Maeitou,
Manitoba, are here visiting with Rev.
J. A. Townsend and family. Kev.
TownsenJ once had a pastorate In
Manitoba and lor a tune held services
in the house ol Mr. Lister. The latter
has lately been visiting his two brothers
t Grants Pass, one ol whom, Ed. Lis
ter, is now sheriff of Josephine county.
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Speneeof Klamath
county are visiting Grants Pass (or a few
days visit this week. Mr. Spence Is a
prominent stockman of Klamath county,
the owner of a large stock ranch on
Shoal water bay on Klamath lake. Mrs.
Spence is a sister of A. C. Taylor ol our
city and bad not seen her brother for
for 12 years previous to this visit.
The major portion of the visiting dele-
g ites lo the convention from the valley
towns returned on Saturday though a
few were compelled to go on the pre
ceding evening. A few however, re
mained over Sunday, enjoying a further
visit with their friends and among the
last were Miss Maysie Xame and Miss
Weber, of Medlord, and Misses Cora and
Clara Johnson, of Ashland. Mrs. It
C. Brooks also continue her visit here
until Monday, when she left for her
home in Oakland, Calif,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hubbard, left this
week for Swede Basin whera thty will
remain during the summer and look
after the 8. P. 1). A L. Company's
property there. Ed, has Uien suffering
from poor health for several months
and readily embraces the present op
portunity ol a vacation from tbe con
finement ol work in the store and ex
peels to recuperate appreciably by a
season spent in tbe pure mountain air.
Swede Basin is an ideal summer resort,
high, with pure air and water and
scenery unsurpassed. It may be wintry
there for a lew weeks yet, but the stormy
season is cain to be brief.
At lied Time.
(lakes pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I leal bright and my complex
ion is better. My doctor says It acta
gently on my stomach, liver and kidneys
and is a pleasant laxative. It Is made
from herbs and is prepared as eaaily as
tea. It is called Lens's Medicine, All
druggists sell It at 75 cts. Lane's Kami
ly Medicine moves the bowels each day.
II you cannot get it. send for a free sam
ple. Address, Orator F. Woodward, Le
noy, n. i.
Up to Date Millinery.
Mrs. E. A. Adam extendi a cordial
invitation to the ladies ol Grants Pass
and vicinity to call at the Adams
Baiaar and inspect the new stock of
Millinery. All new and up to-date.
We can suit you in style and prices.
Front Street, fonr doors below Palace
Meld for Burglary. .
Ralph Smith, arrested for the burglary
ot Wilson A Roper's store, was held In
the sum ol $1000 to appear at the cir
cuit court In default ol bail, he was
committed to the county jail. Wm.
Bernstein testified that he saw the
prisoner turning off the electric lights
on the night ol the robbery. Marshal
Bell testified that he saw a man in tbe
store with a lighted match, but the man
he saw was not the prisoner. He was
not asked whom be did see.
n i .. t. ....
vim tun .rTOI UUUSV DlUg?, BIlBr lUe
oonvention, an arrowhead pin. Apply
at this office.
Advertised Letter List.
Following Is the lists! letters remaining
uncalled lor In tbe Grants Pass noat-
office, Saturday, March 2, 1901 :
Duger, mrs r. j, j-riiten, Mrs Mary JE,
Newkerk, Mary, Jones, Mrs Mason,
11 t r rt r ... . . .
ixkxwoou airs Vina,
Adams, Armnnd, Covell, Bros,
Haves. J K. Jnhnann .1 I.
Johnston, Mr A L, Patton, Warren F,
V. c. Harmon,
600,000 strawberry plants. I have the
Excelalve, which is extra early and a
good shipper. The first crate ol Oregon
strawberries that arrived In Portland last
season I sent from this patch. I also
have the Hood River berry, which Is a
large red berry, being perfect in shape
and a fine shipper. Both are perfect
dowering plants. I will put on cars
either ol the two kinds lor $1,60 loose, or
$3.00 bunched and tied per thousand
Plants. L. 8. Coon.
Another Banking Enterprise.
K. A. Booth and J. T. Tuffs have been
here several days during the past week
arranging lor the establishment ol a
now bauk for Grants Pass. While the
organisation ol the new enterprise is not
thoroughly completed it is definitely
announced as a certainty. As early as
the season will permit, J. P. Tuffs will
begin the erection ot a two story brick
on the southwest corner ol Sixth and
II streets and the bank wfll occupy this
locatlun. Tbe now building will be an
improvement ol Importance and will
give Sixth street a very metropolitan
The new banking enterprises orolocted
arevery material evidence ol the commer
cial importance ol our city and Josephine
county's rapid development.
HAIR-RIDDLE IIARDWARK CO.
March 17-Bt Palnck'a day
March 20 Native Daughters social kt
I. O. O. F. hall.
Apr. 15 "The Strollers" at oiiera
May 1 D. o( II. grand batlatrp ia
May 15-17 Annual teacher's insti
Gsrdcn Seeds Loit.
Daviiu&n. Or. March 1st, 1001,
Lost on lust Tuesday evening Feb.
2tith eithor in Grunts Pass, or on the
road between Grants Pass and this
place, a box of "Itowens" Garden
Seeds. The finder will be liberally re
warded upon delivery of same to the
Coiuikh olllce, or at my place ol busi
ness. W. B. Baii.kv.
On Monday, Feb. 11, near Merlin, a
$75 bank draft. Owner may recover
same on indentiflcation ol property.
Inquire at this office.
Iir. McLean Will llenialn.
Rev. Robert Mclean, pastor ol the
Third Presbyterian Church, who received
a call some lime ago to take charge ol
the Presbyterian mission work in Cuba,
has finally de-lded that he will not accept
that work and will remain with the
Third Church. The call was extender) to
Dr. McLean because ol his knowledge- ol
the Spanish language and Spanish people,
He spent a number of years in South
America among Spanish eople, and be
came thoroughly familiar with them
and their ways. Ha also published and
elite l a Spanish paper. So it seemed
to tbe Board ol Foreign Missions he was
just the man lor the Cuban field. The
board has not yet been able to find the
right man lor the place, and has urged
Dr. Mclean to take It and enter on the
work by the first of April, but he an
wereil that he could not leave without
doing injury to the Third Church. He
has received many letters fioui promi
nent ministers urging him to accept.
The whole decision was left to him, the
Portland Presbytery declining to decide
(or him, and alter weighing the matter
he decided his duty was in Portland.
Tbe Third Church is now engaged in
raising .rj'K0 (or the rebuilding ol its
edifice along modern lines Orrgonian.
This week there appears in the col
umns o! the Coikieu lor the first time
the advertisement ol the following
The Emporium, San Francisco.
L. L. Coon, Dillard. Ore., strawberry
O. K. A N. Railroad Cninrany.
E. A. Kruse, Roaeburg, Urt., poultry
Oregon Natural Gas, Oil aud Mining
Last week the Coi uua contained tbe
new als ol the Oregon Babbitry, K. W.
Lawson, proprietor, and Rambler bicy le.
fruit Farm lor Sals.
Fruit (arm olO' j acres one mile east ol
towu. Uood bouse and barn , young
Iruit trees. For sale at a bargain. In-
quire at this olllce.
And buy some cf
them before they arc
II. O. Injun Bread Flour,
12 Jc a package.
Shredded Whole Wheat
Biscuit, a 20c package for 15c,
Two pound package "Old
Times" Buckwheat, only 10c.
Caramel Cereal, a substi
tute for coffee, large package
Black Figs in bulk, just in.
fresh and good, our price, 5o
May's 5c packages of Gar
den Seed, we aro selling for
2c; tho same kind in 10c pkg.
Corn for Chichen Food or
Hominy, le a pound.
Fine Early Roso Potatoes
for seed. Wheat, Oats, Al
falfa Seed, Etc.
Bend In Your Name.
If you are going east nowj or contem
plate a trip at any time In tbe future,
send us your name right away. We will
enter It on onr books and you will be
kept fully advised from time to time
ol any reduction, or contemplated change
ol passenger rates to eastern points and
will also receive such advertising matter
as is gotten out by the company. We
have the lowest rates, quickest time and
best accommodations. Address R, W.
Foster, Ticket Agent, Burlington Route,
Corner 3d and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
Tbe tourist cars, like a newspaper in a
town, certainly "fill a long felt want".
A cool, clean, well ventilated sleeping
and observation car, equally free from
the discomforts ol the old lashioned
passenger coach and the study heat ol
the over-luxuriously upholstered draw
ing toom and sleeping cars, and at a
niolorato extra lee, has solved tbe
problem ol providing attractive accom
modations lor the general public. Tbe
O. R. k N. Co. runs three ol these cars
daily between Portland and the East.
A porter is In charge ol each car to
look after the wants and comforts ol the
Fur rales and particulars write to A.
L. Craig, General Passenger Agent, O.
R. & N. Co. 'Portland, Ore.
EASTMAN In this city, Sunday March
10, 1U01, Rev. W. W. Eastman, agtd
The deceased was the father ot A. F.
and II. R. Eastman of our city and had
(or some time been a sufferer tram can.
cer. lie was a minister of tbe Free-will
Baptists and was ordained at the age ol
21. The luneral services were held at
the Baptist church on Monday, by Rev.
Robert Leslie, Rev. N. F. Jenkins, 0. W.
Hays and T. P. llaynes assisting.
KENDALL In this city, Friday March
8, 1501, Norman, infant son ol Mr, and
Mrs. James Kendall, aged 1 year and
COCKERLINE At his home in Murphy
precinct, Friday, March 8, 11)01, M. 13.
Cockerline, aged about 70 years.
The deceased was one ot our well
known and prominent citixens and was
universally respected and esteemed.
The remains were taken to Eugene
Saturday for burial.
KENNEDY Near Lelands Thursday.
March 7. 1001, Luther Keunedy, aged
HOLM AN & SON,
Office on Uth St. oppo. Court House.
Residence North 7th St.
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
The Latest Yarn,
A Pittsburg driimm jr tells this yarn
t always carry a bottle ol Kemp's
llalnam in my grip. I take cold easily
and a lew doses ol tbe Balsam always
makes me a well man. Everywhere t
go I seak a good word lor Kemp. I
take hold ol my customers I take old
men and young men, and tell them
confidentially what I do when I take
cold, At;driiggists, 25c. and ROc.
A Uentle Hint.
In our style ol climate, with its sadden
changes ol temperature, rain, wind and
sunshine often Intermingled in a single
day, it is no wonder that our children,
(i lends and relatives are so frequently
taken from us by neglected colds, bait
the deaths resulting directly from this
cause. A bottle ol Boschee'e German
Syrup kept about your borne (or imme
diate use will prevent serious sickness, a
large doctor's bill, and perhaps death,
by the use ol three or four doses.
For curing Consumption, Hemorrhages.
Pneumonia, Severe Coughs, Croup, or
any disease ol the Throat or Lungs, it
success Is simply wonderful, as your
diuggist will toil yon Get a sample
bottle tree Irom Dr. Kremer.
Regular site, 75 cts. Get Green's Prlas)