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Jgh Quality Ware
Is usually associated with high
prices, but our present clearance
sale is a revelatiou in values.
If you want a glass Berry Dish,
or Sauce Dishes, or a Glass Set, or
Cups, Saucers and Plates, now is
the" time to buy them.
All our Fancy Souvenir Ware in
Card Receivers, Vases, Fancy
Plates, Etc., very cheap.
Don't miss this opportunity to
get a goud Lamp while they are being sold so cheap at the White
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
? Yellow Dauver Onion Sets, White Clover, Blue Grass.
; Specially prepared Fertilizer for the Lawn, Rose Bushes and
What Have You Good for Dinner ?
Is often asked Our answer: The celebrated Olney Sweet Corn, Ol
ney Beaus, Blue Lake Beans, or Padlock Tomatoes. Nothing better on
the market. Good canned June Peas at Syic
Oranges, Grape Fruit, Bananas, Lemons,
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY . .
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ,
IF IT IS STRANSKY
It will bo a continual source of pleasure anil satisfac
tion. Four coats of enamel on steel, all price?, white
inside ami a Five Year Guarantee, make this the
Best of All enameled ware. Sold only by'
ODD FELLOWS II LOCK
In the 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 Paint made.
For Sale by
Hnir-llitltllo Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
Don't Endanger Youf Iiife
f : l?y riding a 1 in frame Bicycle. Ride a
' Racycle, Stearns, Crescent, Crawford, B. & H. Spe-
cia', or Spaukling
'And vou will be in the lead from start to finish.
I sell for cash or on enstall
lnenti, and take old wheels
in part payment, I equip any
of the above whaels with any
make of Tires, Il.tndle Bars,
Saddles or I'eduls, with or
without Coaster Brakes or
First-class repairing at
JimcT m his new bicycle. I me of the
i(fhl of the wwa. tits ia pro'irt ut it
l ait, te hkk lo boid li.rrwlf up whh ose
tiul, .i keep (ruin tu-. off backward!
too will i'5 j.ist a- p-oi;(j of yours, If you
it from the af etu tr,r
OtJVoj moneys worth or your money back.
W. A. PADDOCK, at
The Bicycle Den
' East of Depot.
Bicycle- llun iul at Ciaraer Bros.
M. Clemens, rTescrtption DruugiBt
CASH FOR GOLD DUST CRAMER
Apple Trees 5 to 10 cts. at the River
Bicycle hospital (or nil repairing at
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Coi'rikb office. ' '
Uardcn seeds at half prices at Adams
Bazaar, Front St.
The Spring and Summer goods are
arriving every few days at Mrs.
Send .) our ore to W. G. Wright's
New Custom Mill.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Colon's.
Harness of all Kinds, Grades and
Prices at Mackett'a.
W. U. Wright custom mills ore test
ing and assaying.
'01 Ramblers 40. Roadsters 135 at
Hair-Kiddle Hdw. Co.
Remember the Genuine Oliver Chilled
Plow is sold by Cramer Bros.
12 doz. Window Shades, assorted
colors. Price to close them out 25c
to 75c. Smith Bros.
Something new every week in ladies'
and children's Hats at "Adams Bazaar,
Some new varieties oi Extra Early
Peach, 20 to 25 cts. each. Common
varieties 10 to 12',' cts. at the Riverside
Slf n Sherman-Williams Paints.
. VV .1 . Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
The body of Senator A. V. Reed, of
Douglas county, who, with Finn Com
mifstioner, 11. 1). 'McUuire, was drowned
in Hie Umpqua river on April 8, 1809,
was found last Friday in the river, about
12 miles south of Oakland.
If your bicycle needs tiling or cleaning
bring it to Cramer Bros. Bicycle Hos
pital. Scott Griffin handles Ashland flour,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
need, winter oats,' large Russian while
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
need also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tim
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats.
Ilee Hives and Bee Supplies at Ha4r-
Riddle Hdw. Co.
Hay, grain, flitir and feed in Downing
A Co's warehouse for sale by bale or ton
See Smith Bros!, Howard's corner.
An Raster song service will be held at
the Presbyterian church next Sunday
The Merlin Union Sabbath school will
'wis a literary program and lunch on
t ie evening of Friday April 6th at 7:30
a. m. Tlw proceeds are to be used in
the purchase of their new organ.
The People's Store, everything new,
latest styles, lowest prices in fact the
most popular place for milliner; at
Adam's Baiaar, Front St.
The ladies of the M. E. church, South,
gave a very enjoyable social on Friday
evening at the I. O O. F. hall. A very
entertaining program was rendered ant
The telephone Una to Sams Valley
I ill be completed by Saturday night
anil I hit lion ion of (he country will
then have ronvrnii nt c minunicntion
iili 1 lie onlsiclo world Gold Hill
V. M. Woodworm; of Table ltock,
owner of Ii-n Jr. aa in town Wednes
ly. Mr. W. hits a splendid specimen
1I1 nil Iioise nii'l will eland him al
Lister A Culverts stable Fridays and
Innlnys dining the reason.
II. L Uilki-y.of Medfurd, will shortly
.triune the portion of cashier at 1 lie
First National bai.k in this cilv. Mr.
Fry will retire from the cashier's post
(ion, though still remaining one of the
board of directors.
Work has hten commenced on the
Grants Pass-Williams teleplfbne line, by
Foreman Ed Thorn p. on with a crew
and the line will soon bs in operation
This is an improvement of importance
and will give the Williams people
material advantages in tne way of com
munication with the rest of llm world.
Bicycle hospital for all reparing at
The F.aster day service at St. Luke's
church will be as follows: Early com
million at 7:4, morning service at II
o'clock and evening service at 7:30
The greatness of tho day will receive
special notice in the way of music,
decorations a:il all a.e cordially in
vited. One hundred snd 11 neteen township
plats have been transmitted from the
department of the interior at Washing
ton to the Lakeview land office. The
remaining plat", numbering COO, will he
transmitted as rapidly as the work of
litlxvrapliing can be done at Washing
Wesley DoHsrhide, grandson of the
late Jesse Dollarhide, of Ashland, was
shot and killed on Tuesday of last week
at Klainalhon by Constable George
Norris who attempted to arrest him.
Dollarhide was crated with liquor and
had attacked the brother of the constable
with a knife. Dollarhide's family are
among tne oldest and most highly
respected pioneers of Jackson conn'.y.
The Grants Vnt brick yards have both
commenced operations lor the season
and are making brick as the weather
permits. Bricktnaking requires the
drjesl of weather and is an uncertain
and risky business when the weather is
at all rainr, but the brick famine in
Grants Pass and the buildings to be
built as loon as brick can be procured
render it necessary to get brick on the
market at the earliest possible time and
this ia being done.
Lace Curtains 55C Per Pair
We have a largo quantity of bargains this week for
you. A child can buy as close from us as a grown person.
Havinjr iust returned from San Francisco wo have
j put in several new lines that were bought at job lots. We
have 20 dozen Uentlemcn s Jersey mooed Lnaerwcarat
at C5c a suit; Overalls 48c per pair. A fine line of Lawns,
Lawns, figured, per yd t 0c
Calicos, per yd
Workinir Shirts -no
10 yard Press Pattern 68c
Ready Made Skirts el 35 to 2 Itt
ShirlWaists :.. 50c
Sun Bonnets 25c
Misses Summer Tain 'O Shanter, -48c
Lidies' Stockings, per pair. .8c to 25c
Sateen, per yd 120
Scrim " V
White Sbirta 70c
Golf Shirts s8 lo boo
Summer Vests for ladies 10 op
Gent's Balbrigan Summer, Under
wear o up
Latest Ties, Gents' 10c to 4:lc
' " Ladies' sue to Too
Spikes, etch lo
Men's & Boys' Suspenders, 10c to 25c
6 Cups and Saucera 50ii
0 Dinner plates 50c
Lamp complete 20o
Wash Bowl and Pitcher 1 35
Knife Boxes 12c
Towel Rolls 12c
Broom, a dandy ... 25c
Tooth Picks 6c
Matches, 1 block lu
Shoe Polish 8u
Tablets ' s
Cobbler Ou' fits 05c
6 Milk Pans .30c
Bed Spreads 75c
Ribbon 3 inch, 15c yard, all Silk.
We carry the celebrated F. C. Corset. Each one has a 30-day
guarantee as to fit and quality, or mouey refunded.
1 We are headquarters for Tin and Granite Ware, Wood aud Wil
low Ware, Crockery.
You will find a fiue line of Jewelry to select from at cut prices.
Repairing a specialty, at
Kessler's Chicago Racket Store.
F'.rst'Door Below Palace Hotel.
Go to Coron for Plombing.
Easter Egg Dyes 5c pig M. Clemens.
Writing Paper of all kinds at the
Coi KiEB office.
Leave orders for engraved calling cards
with A. E. Vuorhies.
For sale cheap, second baud piano.
address box 95, city.
Men's Soft Shirts a big line at 50 cts.
Overalls and jumpers at Smith Bros.
The ministerial association of the
M. E. church, Grants Pass district, will
convene in this city on June 14.
Blanke's Mocha and Java Coffees are
the best for Strength aud Flavor.
Welter, Pracht A Smith Bros, sawmill
near Woodville is accumulating a sup
ply of logs aud is expected to start saw
ing in a week or so.
Company B, O. N. U. oi Ashland are
expected to present the drama, ''The
Gir( I Left Behind Me," in Grants Pass
on the evening of Saturday, April 13th,
at the 01 era house.
A New invoice of Reliance Wrappers
and House Dresses, having the corset
Lining which make them so much in
Demand, at Mrs. Rehkopf's
The Blue Ribbon Euchre club met on
last Wedneeday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Harmon. The high
est scores were made by W. P. Sharman
and Miss Gertrude Coron. The next
meeting of theclub will be on April 10,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shannon.
Whips, 10c to $2.50 at Hackett's.
W. O. Wright custom mills, assaying
and ore testing.
Glazed Tile paper tor Kitchens and
bath rooms at Thomas',
Fresh California produce aud fruits
received daily at Smith Bros.
A full lino of Japanese goods at
Ac'ams Bazaar. New Goods eveiy week.
Front Street, four doors below Palace
Remember tae Evans Optical Co.
Scientific correction of defective vision
specialty. Lenses for complicated cases
ground to order. Consultation free.
O'lii'e at residence, Grants Pass, Ogn,
You can make an independent living
by working for the Portland Art Coin
pany at your own home. We can teach
you how to make portraits In your own
home by our improved methods. Write
Portlund Art Company, 270 Oak Street
Something New in Ladies' Wrappers
and House Dresses at Mrs. Rehkopf's.
Th.i Columbia Chainless Bicycle
seems lo be the correct thing to ride
this year, judging from the sales being
made by Cramer Bros, this spring. In
spite oi the rough weather, wheels are
in good demand.
Ralph Losher, a br&keman on a wood
train, lell off the train Thursday near
this city and one tif his heels was run
over, lie was taken to his home at
Ashland and left on Friday for the
hospital in Portland.
S 't ' 8
Our $4.95 offeritig iu Men's
Sack Suits has astonished all
those who have been fortunate
lo see them, and the rapidity
with which they are going out
is sufficient evidence that the
bargains are genuine.
We invite you to inspcctour
Men's Suits fiotn $4 95 to $10.
We also have a full line of
Boys', Youth's and Young Men's
Suits at right prices.
Yours for Business Bargains,
P. H. Harth &
Courier and Oregonian, $2 a Year
ADDRESS ORDERS TO THIS OFFICE.
Banking e.nd Trust Co.
The recently orgrnized Grants Pass
Banking and Tiust Co. held a meeting
on Monday, all the stockholders, some
25 in number, being in attendance. J.
Frank Watson, president of tho Mer
chants' National bank of Portland and
also a stockholder in the Banking and
Trust Co., was present at the meeting.
A board of seven directors was elected,
who elected ollaers as follows: Presi
dent, J. Frank Watson; vice-president,
Eclus Pollock ; cashier, L. L. Jewell,
The new bank will neu its doors for
business as soon as their fixtures arrive
Ironi the east ai.d necessary details of
location and equipment are arrang-d.
The new institution will be condutied
strictly on banking principles and the
well know n worth and high standing of
its members make its inauguration
As early as possible, a building will be
erected for banking purposes on the site
recently acquired by the company on
WHAT SHALL WE HAVE FOR
This question arises in the family
every day. Let ns answer it to-day.
Trv Jell-O, a delicious and healthful
dessert. Prepared iu two minute. No
boiling! do baking! simply add boiling
water and set to cool. Flavors: Lem
on, Orange, Rasberrr and Strawberry.
Uef a paikage at your giocera to day
The first rehearsal of the cantata,
"The Haymakers," was held by the
Choral Union at their meeting on Mon
day evening. The music of this cantata
is bright and sparkling throughout, very
melodious and some portions are ea
pecially beautiful. With appropriate
costume, its presentation will be one of
the most attractive events yet offered by
the Choral Union. Tuere will be three
more rehearsals this spring which will
familiarize the vocalists with the music
and make possible Ihe presentation o'
the cantata at an early date next fall.
Every member of the onion should
make a special 'effort lo be preseut at
each of the remaining rehearsals that
they may keep pace with the uulon in
the progress of the cantata.
New Photo Gallery.
E. D. Wcstland, formerly of Des
Moines, Iowa, lias oientd a photo
gallery and studio on Sixth street, oppo
site tho court house.
Mr. Westland comes well recom
mended for excellence ami artistic
talent in photography. He has a very
complete equipment and is prepared to
do all kinds of work from stump pictures
Suicide of Walter Simmon,
nailer Minuions, lor many years a
well known and respected resident ol
ihir county, committed suicide on Satur
day by shooting himself with a pistol
The di ed was committed in the West
part of town near a former residence ol
Mr. Simmons. The luneral services
were held on Monday under the con
duct of the A. O. U. W. of which the
deceased was a memlxjr. He had been
in ill health for a number of years
Five years ago he experienced a para
lytic stroke, from tile effects of which he
had never fully recovered aud financial
misfortune had added lo his despond
Mr. Simmons was a native of Zanes
ville, Ohio, and was 01 years old. He
came west when he was quite young
and has spent most of his time in min
ing. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Mary Him
mona of our city and a brother, Geo.
Simmons of Waldo.
W. A. Wooliever visited Ashland and
Pat Tynan, 8. P. traveling conductor,
was in town Wednesday.
Mist Louise Southwick returned .Suu-J
day to her home at Salem.
Attorney H. D. Norton it attending
court at Jacksonville this week
Rev. Chae. Booth held church service
in Gold Hill last Wednesday evening.
Geo. Su John, of the Champion quarti
mine at Williams, was.in town Saturday.
J. F. Stub, the merchant and post
master of Kerby was in town Thursday
on a business trip.
J. II. Miller, the merchant ol Williams,
was in town Thursday on a business
Dr. and Mia. C. E. Fry left ou Thur
day evening for their home iu La
Misses Abbie aud Daisy Stiles re
turned on Monday evening from Colfax,
E. S. Van Dyke is home from Eugene
this week. Mr. Condon Bean is visiting
Geo. E. Floyd, proprietor of the
Pioneer hotel at Keiby, ia in town ou
Will Smith came up fram Wolf creek
Monday to spend a few dat visiting in
Clarence Brown, for met ly of the
Union Pacific, baa bien spending the
week In this city.
Harry Akeritl, a prominent mine oper
ator of the Althouae district, visited
Grants Past this week.
Mrs. G. W. Burnett returned ThurS'
day evening to her home at Myrtle creek
after a week't visit In this city.
George Pheby went to Jacksonville
on Monday as a witness in the case ol
Brlggs vs. Fortuna Mining Co.
Miss Kylvia Anderson returned Sun
day evening from San Francisco where
she has teen attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patrick left on
Friday morning for Roseburg and will
make their residence in that city.
Mrs. rrank McGregor visited last
week at the home of her oarents at
Love's Station on the Kerby road.
H. T. Kessler, proprietor of the
Chicago Racket store, returned this
week from his visit to San Francisco,
A. B. Cousin was up from Galica on
Tuesday to meet his partner, Mr. Atkii.
son who returned to Portland Tuesday
Rev. Robt Booth returned from Rose
burg last Wednesday evening after
visit with the family Jof his ton, J. II.
Booth of that city.
Mrs. Kh. Peter, mother of Mrs. R
W. Clark, left on Saturday for Los
Angeles, to be absent three or four
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rigdon. of Al
bany, arrived here Thursday on their
way to Galice, where Mr. Rigdon is to
open a sali on.
Clyde T. Ilockett, who hat been
attending the medical department of the
Willamette university at Salem returned
home Saturday night.
M. Armstrong, II. W. Jackson, W. L,
Jackson and J. II Ray. of Med lord
were in town Thursday on their way
lo Del Norte county.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wrlghtarrivtd from
Roseburg rrlday morning to make thei
home here for a time at east. Mr.
Wright is an S. p. fireman and now has
run out of Grant Pass
Dr. Cliisholm, of Gold Hill, was in
Grants Pass on Thursday. He is In
terested in some verv promising uiiniu
properties in the Meadows district.
II. B, Miller lias received the appoint
incut of U. S. consul at New Chwang
China, the disturbances having made it
impossible for him to reach the point of
his former appointment.
Harry Marsh aud Cecil Royal went lo
McCloud Friday evening to spend tome
time in that district. Mr. Marsh it the
proprietor of the Riverside rabbitry near
this oily, which during hit absence it
continued under competent manage
Mi. and-Mrs. K. L. Payne of Green
ville, Mich , spent Friday in Grants Past
visiting with tli Vooihlea family. They
have been spending the winter in lb
west and were on their way to visit Port'
land and other northern points of in
Mrs. Dr. Bertram Stone returned
Monday last from a pleasant trip to
Grants Peas. . She accompanied her
father, U II. Colvig, the able represent
tative of loaephiue county to the Ore
gon slate capital at Salem. She voted
for Mitchell for senator and broke tl;
deadlock. So you see that Oregon has
help from California occasionally. Cies
cent City Record.
April 7 Easter Sunday.
April 8 and 9 Easter entertainment,
April 15 Circuit court convenes.
Apr. 15 "The Strollers" at opera
May 1 D. of H. grand ball at opera
May 15-17 Annual teacher' insti
Typewriter for SeJe.
Nearly new Smith Premier for Sale.
Address box 00, Grant Pass.
Small turn of money found on Monday
the 19th.' ..Owner can have tame by
naming amount and describing. Call at
Meal B-t the Josephine.
After April 1st all tingle mealt at
Hotel Josephine will be 60 cent. Kates
for regular boarders made known on
pplication. Gno. Good, Propr.
. PINE NEEDLES WANTED.
The Pacific Pine Needle Co.
is ready to enter into contracts for
the regular delivery of Pine Needles
Apply at factory.
Advertised Letter List
Following it the list of letters remaining
uncalled for iu the Grants Pass post-
office, Saturday, March 30, 1901 :
Armstrong, Mrs. Blanch,
Brown, Mist Kittle
Lang, Q W, Kise J A ,-2
He Fouled the Aurgrona.
All doctors told Reoick Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, O-, after suffering 18
months from Rectal Fistula, be would
die unless a costly operation was per
formed; bat he cured himself with
Buck len's Am iua Si!e, the best in the
World. Suiest Pile cure on F-srlh. 25c
a box at Dr. Kreiner't Drug fetor.
Furniture House Change.
J. R Hale, one of our pioneer bus I
ness men, wbo ha been in the furniture
bnsines in Grants Pass since the town's
infam y, sold his stock last week to M
VV. Wilbur. Mr. Hale has extensive
lumber interests in Douglas county lo
which he will devote bit attention. Mr
Hour hat also been prominent amor.g
our business men lor a Dumber of years,
formerly in the taw mill busmen and
more recently connected with the Pro-
volt Hour mill which It now being
oiatd by kit former partner, I. U
Mon. At present tfi slots it under
th conduct of W, A. Haskint.
(arden tools and ladies garden tett at
5C0.0O0 strawberry plants. I have Ihe
Kxcelsive, which is extra early and
good shipper. The first crate of Oregon
strawberries that arrived in Portland last
season 1 tent from this palcb. I alto
have the Hood River berry, which Is
large red berry, being perfect in shape
and a fine thinner. Both are perfect
flowering plants. I will put on can
either of the two kinds (or $1.60 loose, or
12.00 hunched and tied per thousand
plants. L. S. Coon,
for Hale t
For Balk Twenty five acret one and
one half mi let east of Grams Pass
Kigiie river, partly cleared, tir.all
chard, plica -tX) half cash, also fifty-one
acres of what is known at Ihe Hyd
place, price t-WO. half cash. For addl
tional information address.
Li Grande, O.ugo
The operation ol through train be
tween Han Francisco and Lot Angeles
viaSurland Santa Barbara, will begl
on Sunday, March 31, 1901 on th n
Coast Liu two through trains daily
Th Coast Lin Limited leaving each
terminal in the morning, equipped with
eleitant cafe and parlor cart, will make
daylight trips through th most picture
etqne, varied and tulertalnlng scenes on
th continent. Inquire of agent of thai
Belgian Ha. res.
Get a One strain of Belgian Hares and
suppy your table with delicious meat at
cents per pound. Beat poultry. Tux
Southern Orkuon Rahihtry Associa
tion at Golden now offers some bargain!.
Riverside Rabbitry Breeder of thor
oughbred pedigree Belgian liaret ol
popular Strains, pens herded by superb
imported Dash Meteor and Princess
Beatrice, scores 00. Dash Meteor is one
of the finest bucks in America. Ho is
the winner of the First Prize at the Yolo
county fair, California. Youngsters
from these hares for sale, also tome
heavy weignt Belgians, will weigh from
2 to 14 pounds each when matured
the only heavy weights in Southern
Oregon. Write for pricet or call and
see my Hares before buying. Visitors
always welcome. Address HARRY
MARSH, Riverside Rabbitry, Grants
Pass, Oregon, box Hit.
Notice is hereby given that the county
superintendent ol Josephliie.counly will
bold the regular examination ol appil
cants for county certificates, commenc
ing Wednesday. April 11. at nine o'clock-
in, and continuing until rrnlay April
VI at lour o'clock.
VIRBT, HXC0NO AMI) THIRD OH AUK CKHTIN-
Wednesdav Penmanship. Hlstorv.Or-
Thursday Written Arithmetic, The
ory of Teaching, G rammer, School Law
rrHlav Geography, Mental Arthme-
, Physiology, Civil Government.
FOR PRIMARY CERTIiriCATIH,
Commencing WedndBciay, April 10, at
nine o 'clock a. m. and continuing until
Thursday, April II, at four o'clock,
Wednesday Penmanship, Urtbogra-
Ihuraday Art ol Uoestioning, lheoiy
ol leaching, Motliods.
The Finest Strvict to the Etit snd South.
The O. U.& N., In connection with the
Oregon Short Liue and Union Pacific,
offers the finest service and fastest time
lo Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas City
Omaha, St. Paul, St. Louis, Chicago, an
all points east. Threo trains daily from
Portland, with choice of many diffurent
routes. Palace and tourist aleepui
library, dining and chair cars on all
Write A.L. Craig, (i. P. A., O. R. A N
Co., Portland, Oregon, for particular!.
Flour to Kicliange.
FarmerB, do not haul your wheat 20
to 60 miles lo exchange, Scott Griffin
will give you as many pounds of flou
for a bushel ol wheat as any mill will
give you. You will find Scott Griffin at
hit Hay, Flour, Foed and Heed Store,
Cor. Olh and I streets, Grant Pass, Ore,
How to buy the best
Groceries and spend
the least Money.
Wo can solve the problem
for you by telling you of our
Creamery Butter. Its full
weidit and full eoodnees.
Tho last piece tasts just as
sweet and good as the first.
Tho present price is 25c a
ound or 50o for a two pound
Again wo wish to call your
attention to our "White
Squadron" brand of pure
Mocha and . Java Coffee. II
matters not what price vou
pay you can not get a better
Coffee than this one that we
sell at 35c a pound.
Our Crystal Roasted Coflbo
is another good one. It just
suits some of our most par
ticular Coffeo drinkers. Our
prico is 25c a pound.
Wo have just received an
other car load of Sugar and
Syrup. Our Sugar is all
puro cane, manufactured at
tho Western Sugar refinery.
Wo have a great variety of
good Syrups come and sam
plo them and let us make
you somo Trices,
CUKMK In thlt city, Monday April 1,
11X11, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Cosine, a ton.
P. K Y N O L 1)8 C U L P A t the Hotel Lav
ton, in this citv, Saturday, March 30,
' 1MJ1.J. F. Reynolds and Miss Elva
Culp, Rev. Stephen Jewell officiating.
COY Near this city, March 27,
Mis. Julia Coy, aged 54 years.
HOLM AN & SON,
Office on 0th St. oppo. Court House.
Residence North 7th St.
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
R. L. Coe & Co.
1 100 Trimmed Pattern Hats
No Two of Them Alike.
We were fortunate in bcinj; able to secure a few Original French
Design in Pattern Hats for our ICastcr Salu that will interest you.
There are nouie designs in Fine I'lain Straw that it will be impos
sible to reproduce at fa, t$ aud $6.
$), $12.50, $15, $18.50, $20
It will simply be impossible for any
one to duplicate these values for the prices
that we are selling them. '
GUAR.ANTF.E A PERFECT FIT
at about the cost of material alone.
Sensational Shoe Sale
Ladies', Men's anil Children's Sbooa
it. l. uoe tk uo.