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Clover Leaf Butter
The Best Creamery Product
Liko the Celebrated
ST. CHARLES CREAM
Is of StandardQuality,
Pure, Sweet, and the finest to
be had 50c.
Old Government Mocha and Java and Seal Brand
Mocha and Java Roast Coffees
(Chase & Sanborn's) Nothing Better.
South Sea Blend. v
A most excellent Coffee for ZOc; better than many so-called
Mocha and Java.
Celery, Asparagus, Lettuce, Bananas, Lemons,
Oranges, Grape Fruit,
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY..
OPPOSITE POST OFflCE
He Stood Hard Wear
And so will our stock of Garden Hose in both Cotton and
Rubber grades, Good Cotton Hose at 9 cents per foot,
including couplings. We have everything in the lino of
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
For Sale bj-
Hair-lliddle Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
In buying s machine the buyer should be posted. The good
points of the Osborne arc too numerous to mention. Thev are evident
to every man that compares Osborncs with other makes. This is no
bare assertion, but has been proven time and time again. Let me show
you the Osborne Columbia Mower the neatest, strongest and most
modern on the market.
1 II. SCHMIDT.
We Are Selling a Great Many
S CTZMZHVLIEIR, HATS
Is it a wonder ?
Just think of our prices on
Trimmed Hats, $1.15, $1.35, $1.40, and $1.50.
Chins Salt linkers
Mil Pots Iron., Set
Shirt Wsist Sfts
Seat tills", 2 (or
Kmbrimlery Il'iods . ..
. ... 7c :
. . . . 5c I
. . . . b'V
. . . . 2Sr
Oranges, 3 lor 5; Lemons, lc Each,
New York Racket Store,
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK5-
J. B. PADI'OJK, Pboib.
I mm preusred to furnish anything in the line ofCeuiutery work in any kind
of MAKBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years ol experience in
that I can fill your orders iu the very beat manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kindo
J. B. PADDOCK,
Vront ScreoC Next to Greene's Gor.shop.
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.
KimIj flies. 3 lor..
2 ql. Coffee l'ola.
r'lour Sifters. . . .
the Marble business warrants my eayiog
Painu at Cramer Bros.
Bicycle Hospital at Cramer Bros.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druggist.
Apple Trees 5 to 10 cts. at the River
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Cot rub office.
the bpnng and Summer goods are
arriving every few days at Mrs.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Harness, of all Kinds, Grades and
I'rices at tlackett's.
Garden Hose (guaranteed) 9c. ft. at
1 raruer Bros.
''01 Ramblers $40. Roadsters $35 at
Hair-Kiddle Hdw. Co.
Japanese Novelties at specialdiscounts
Friday and Saturday at Adams' Bazar. "
Some new varieties oi Extra Early
Peach, 20 to 25 cts. each. Common
varieties 10 to 12s' cts. at the Riverside
John Moore of Leland, who plead
guilty to a charge of forgery, was
sentenced l-y Judt;e Hanna on Friday to
a term of two years in the penitentiary.
SKf D Sherman-Williams
.VV.l .Hair-Riddle llardw
Bee Hives and Bee Supplies at Hair
Riddle Hdw. Co.
Ernest Lister is now the oner of an
interesting pair of coyote pups and
proposes to train these obstreperous
infants into orderly and sedate canines.
You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver
is sluggish and your bowels clogged'.
The Fish Lake Canal Company has
twenty-three men now at work clearing
right-of-way for the proposed canal. In
about a week's time men will be at
work drilling and blasting rock. The
fact that actual work has beeu coir.
menced on the ditch' will be good news
to many people of the valley. Medford
Rev. Howard A. Wood, formerly
pastor of the M. E. church, South, of
this city and now pastor of the Moiison
Memorial i hnrch of Denver, Colo., hus
recently assumed an editorial position
on the Methodist News published at
Penver. Mr. Wood is spoken of as one
of the most able ministers of his church
in that state
J. L. Adams, of Medford, has been
spending a number of da) a in Grants
Pass this week. He has lately returned
fiom a trip from the Applegate, Foots
creek and oilier valleys and reports the
fruit crop somewhat damaged by frost
on the. lower ground, but the higher
orchards are affected little.' He found
the farmers prospering, with good pros
pects for bountiful crops.
J. T. Tuffs of Wolf Creek spent several
days in Grants Pass last week on busi
ness connected with the new brick build
ing winch in to be constructed- on the
corner of Sixth and II streets. This
building it to be a two Btory structure
and will be 50 x 1)1 feet in dimensions.
fhe lower story is to be divided into
two rooms one of whii.h H to be used as
bank building and the other as a
itoie. The building will have a pressed
brick front and will add greatly to the
metropolitan appenrace of Sixth sheet.
The Ashland T iwn Talk asserts that
iinor is being sold openly in that city
and Kays that the citv fathers are asleep.
It. says: "The last couple of days have
iven the people who visit the incom
ing trains a chance to comment. On
board the north biund trains a number
of soldiers have teen. We see them
coming from town laden with beer, yes,
bottled Albany beer. And they don't
even have their bottles wrapped, but
promenade the platform hanging on to a
','irl with one hand and a couple of
bottles olbeer with the other."
Williams Telephone Line.
1 he new telephone line from Grants
Pass to Williams is now complete and
under operation. This line is some 20
miles in length and has five stations, one
each at Williams, Miller's corners, Pro-
volt, Lee creek and Murphy.
Williams is one of our best districts.
rich in resources of agriculture, limber
and mineral and the extension of tele
phonic privileges to the people of Wil
liams is a recognition of the importance
of the section.
Chemical Engines Turned Down
The result of the special election held
in Monday for the purpose of disposing
of the quention ol fire protection was
altogether disfavorable lo the chemical
engine idei, the fourth proposition, thai
of a long term contract for hydrants.
receiving a comfortable majority over
all the others. In comforinity with the
charier, the voting was reatiicted to
property holders. Following is the vote
12 3 4
Hirst . .
11 30 4 GO
Mrs. King McCann and Misa Bertha
Erickson made a trip lo Grants Pass lat
Mr. Daily Las been improving the
telephone line this week by putting op
some new poles.
Rev. liouche, of Merlin, preached here
last Sunday morning and Mr. Creasy
and Mrs. Brown, of Grants Pass preached
in the evening.
Miss Bonebrake.Mr. Stinwalk and Miss
O'Brien, of Waldo, put up at the hotel
having been to the Pans, on a tooth tx
tiacting expedition as they called it.
Mrs. tl. P. Jones and Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. McCounell went to the Pass last
aturday and Mrs. McConnell took the
morning train for ber borne in Ashland.
Mr. Ad Wimer.of Waldo, was seen
on the streets of Wilderville last Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Hhoemake, of Kerby,
put up at the ho'el Monday, on their
say to Grants Pans.
Mr. (ieo. M. Creed is employed this
week iu giving the hotel a new coat of
The lumber haulers began hauling
this week from Draper to Grants I'm.
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
Garland Stoves and Ranges at Crauii r
Writing Paper of all kinds at the
j Corsica office.
I Guaianteed Bicycles (25 to $75 at
Leave orders for engraved calling cards
with A. E. Vuorhies.
On Friday and Saturday there will le
special discounts given nn -Japanese
A New invoice of Reliance Wrappers
and House Dresses, having tbe corset
Lining which make them so much in
Demand, at Mrs. Rehkopf'a
A good second hand sewing machine
for sale cheap. Address Box 4U8 Grants
Those famous little pills, De Witt's
Little early Risers will remove all ini
parities from your system, cleanse the
boaele, make them regular.
Whips, 10c to (2.50 at Hackett'a.
A, full line of Japanese good a at
Aiams Bazaar. New Goods every week
Front Street, four doors below Palace
Charlton B. Perkins is now in charge
of the post-office at Calamba, P. I. By
a re-arrangement of salaries by the
civil service commission, his pay bas
lately beeu' increased to $1400 per year.
Remember tje Evans Optical Co.
Scientific correction of defective vision a
siwcialty. Lenses for complicated cases
ground to order. Consultation froe.
Office at residence, Grants Pass, Ogn. 1 .
Something New in Ladies' Wrappers
and House Dresses at Mrs. Rehkopf's.
Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scales and
chafing quickly heal by the use of De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It ia imi
tated. Be sure yon get DeWitt's.
We acknowledge receipt of compli
mentary tickets from tbe I. O. O. F.
dinner which will be given in Jackson
ville on Friday, April 20.
You can make an independent living
by working for the Portland Art Com
pany at your own home. We can teach
you how to make portraits in your own
home by our unproved methods. Write
Portland Art Company, 270 Oak Street.
Spring coughs ara specially dangerous
and unless cured at onceK serious results
often follow. One Minute Cough Cure
acts like magic. It Is not a common
mixture but a high grade remedy.
Our $5.50 Suit Offering
j 9A 1
Nicely tailored Suits in gray mixtures
with a green thread running through the
pattern makes a surprisingly neat elTect.
These suits have heavy facing with
Clothing. HeUs, Boots e.nd Shoes,
. Trunks e-nd Valises.
Weather of the Other Kind.
G. S. Person, formerly of this city,
writes from Greeby, Colo., tinder dale
of April 15. His letter contains an item
in regard to the weather recently ex
perienced there which is quite interest
ing in view of its dissiiualirity from
ours, lie says: "The weather here
has been the worst that I ever saw in
this country, for the last week. It
snowed almost constantly for four days.
It began one week ago to night, and now
it is snowing again. It was very wet
and slushy and made me think of mid
winter in Grants Pass. The snow
melted almost as fast as it came. Hope
it will let up soon."
Grand Mav-Day Ball..
The ladies of tbe Degree of Honor are
demonstrating by their thorough ar
rangements for the event that the grand
ball to be given by the order on the eve
uingofMay 1st, cannot be otherwise
than the most complete success. One
attractive feature will be the Degree of
Honor drill which will be given by
young ladies in costume and will take
the place of the grand march.
The minis will be furnished by
Deniaree's orchestra of seven pieces,
a lio ill render two operatic selections
immediately previous to the drill.
Supper will be furnished in the base
ment of the hall by the ladies of the
order who will see that the culinary
attractions are of most superior quality.
Church (or Woodville.
In accordance with the action ol the
Southern Oregon Presbytery, held
recently at Ashland, a' church will be
organized at Woodville on next Sunday
afternoon. Rev. C. W. Hays of this
place is chairman of the committee en
trusted with its organization and II. C.
Kinney is also one of the members of
that committee. Woodville is a very
pleasant li'.tle village ot no mean im
portance, which has been heretofore
without church advantages. Uev.
Jones, of Jacksonville will hold services
once a month. A number of Grants
Pass people will probably attend tha
organization there next Sunday.
Circuit couit adjourned on Friday
evening after a remarkably short session
of only five days. A large number of
cases were disposed of, most ol the work
being dime in the first two days of the
session. Tbe celerity of the proceedings
as greatly enhanced by the principals
in the three important criminal cases
entering a plea of guilty and submitting
to sentence without trial.
Capacious Water Tank.
rumn, me uorist, has secured a
mammoth zinc water tank for irrigating
purposes. It Is eight feet in diameter
by 10 in depth and holds about 3750
gallons. It was built at J. Wolke's
hardware establishment. Newt bad to
build an additioo to bis dray in order to
move it to its destination.
American Made Pocket Knives at
Cr imer Bros.
New Photo Mounts for amateuies at
the Courier office.
Tbe work of enlarging the Kessler
brick on G street has been begun.
Special discounts on Japanese novel
ties at Adams' Bazaar Friday and Satur
day. transky Enamelled Ware, 4 coals,
warranted lor 5 years. Cramer Bros,
Judge II. K. Hanna and District
Attorney A. E. Reames returned to
Jacksonville Saturday morning after
completing the April term of circuit
W. E. Mallory informs us that he
organizes a lodge of the order ol Pendo
mi Gold Hill this evening with a charter
membership of 87.
Services as follows, at St, Luke's
church : Sunday next at 7:30 p. m. by
the Kev. Chna. Booth, and on tbe fol
lowing Friday evening, May 8, by Bishop
Two selections, one from the opera
Maritana and the other from Ernani,
wld be given by Demaree'a orchestra.
Immediately before the D. of H. drill
which opens the ball. The orchestra
will comprise seven pieces.
Waldo Greene has been engaged as
director for the band recently organized
by Co. II. Waldo is a very thorough
musician and an efficient director. The
exact instrumentation of the band is
not yet determined.
uoot uglesby, tbe Lakeview stage
driver who robbed his own stage and
was indicted for embezzling and for
secreting a registered package, plead
guilty in the U. 8. court on Tuesday of
last week and received a two year sen'
The dry weather of the past week has
been very conducive to the formation
of dust, which article bas become much
in evidence, necessitating the resump
tion of the use of hose and other sprink
ling apparatus. Nature took a hand in
the sprinkling industry on Saturday for
a short time, but the results were small
Scott Grittln bandies 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, Tim
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats.
H. Harth & f on.
1 he report comes from Williams that
tho Bigelow resilience in that neighbor
hood was destroyed by fire on Saturday
evening. The Ore started in the second
story from unknown causes ami was
discovered about eight o'clock in the
evening after it had attained such head
way as to be unmanageable. The build
ing was totally destroyed and s large
amount of potatoes and othet stores in
an adjacent storehouse were also lost.
Card of Thanks. "
We deBire to express our heart lelt
gratitude to our friends and neighbors
for the assistance and kindnesa reo
dered us during the death and burial of
our beloved husband and father.
Mrs. Wm. M. Griffin, and family.
The handsome pictures sent out with
the Sunday Oregonian ran be rendered
much more attractive hv being mounted
on a nice dark colored molton face matt,
which can be had at the Courier office
at 20c per gilrett ,iK 22 x 28 In. One
sheet large enough for four pictures.
We have several shades to select from.
Revival services are in progress at
the Newman M. E. Church this city
under the inana jement of Rev. Haynea
and Jenkini. Services are held ea. li
afternoon and the coming week. All
very cordially invited to attend.
Be.nk Officio.!. Suicide
Following is the tragic sequel to a
season of embezzlement by bank officials
of Vancouver. A dispatch to the Ore
goniansays: Charles Brown and E. L.
Canby, respectively president and cash
ier of the defunct First National Bank,
of Vancouver, who disappeared F riday
night are dead. With a cold blooded
premeditation unparalleled in the annals
of desperate deeds, they went out into
the wools a mile from Vancouver Friday
night, and within an hour from the
time they had quitted the place where
they bad lived for yean, shot them
selves with the same revolver. Their
bodies were found Sunday morning by a
searching party from Vancouver.
Bank In Operation.
The Grants Pass Banking and Trust
Co. began active business operations on
Monday at the Reed building in the
OJd Fellows block, L. L. Jesell occupy
ing the position as cashier. The new
enterprise bas been greeted with a good
patronage during the few days of opera
tion. The lenuwirMrM
1 . ' - i"ikii are wen
i arranged and tbe equipments are first-
v... me saie, which arrived beie
Friday, is' one of the latest and most
approved pattern and u equipped with
time lock devices, making its satis
factory operation a certainty. The com
pany will begin tbe conatruclioo of their
new building on Sixth street la short
A. U. Lewis visited Ashland on Fri
day. J. G. Giddings came op on Monday
from Galice. . ,
Mrs. Geo. N. Bolt went to Gold Hill
Mrs. Geo. P. Jester visited Ashland
Mrs. W. E. Mallory went to Gold Hill
Miss Mamie Woolfolk visited in Gold
Hill last week.
City Auditor T. P. Judson visited
Geld Hill on Tuesday.
II. T. Winter and I. C. Louden came
from Selnia on Monday.
H. 8. Reed, the prominent mining
operator, was in town Tuesday.
W. French of Placer was In town
Thursday on business visit.
Chas. Hart aud J. S. tlodgden of
Kerby were in town Monday.
George Porter o Grave, visited in
town for a few days last week.
K. A. Olnen and S. H. Parsons were
here from Woodville on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox, of Woodville,
visited Grants Pass Sunday evening.
Wm. Crow and Ben Simpkins of Mer
lin were visitors to Grants Pass on
W. V. Llppiocott of Medford was a
vuiior to Grants Pass Saturday and
t,. Browning and R. Alexander ol
Wolf Creek were visitors to Grants Pass
Dr. F. R. Bowersox, Kerby'i physician
and druggist, was in town Friday for
Miss Cbloe McKenne returned on
Sunday evening from visit with friends
Robt. McCulloch and Frank South, of
t'lacer, were visitors to Grants Pass on
J. B. Hannum, ail old resident and
prominent miner of Wolf Creek visited
Grants Pass Friday.
Rey. C. W. Hays and II. C. Kinney
returned on Thursday from attending
presbytery at Ashland.
Prof. W. II. Hampton of Placer spent
several days in town last week attend
ing the circuit court.
Mrs. J. W. Heiss and Mrs. Paul Ed
wards returned to Siskiyou on Friday
after a visit in Grants Pass.
James Evans, now of Central Point,
bas been here during the past week with
the family of W. W. Helms.
Mrs. 8. McDonald, ot Cripple Creek,
Colo., is visiting here with the family of
her uncle, Mr. Wm. Hannum.
A. L. Hart of Greenville, Ohio,
arrived here Wednesday and will spend
a few days visiting In Grants Pass.
Miss Agnes White, the efficient
teacher of the school at Placer, cams up
on Friday to visit Irienda in this oity.
Lincoln Savage left on Wednesday
morning for Williams and tbe Apple
gate to visit tbe schools in that section..
Miss Maud Kremor returned home
last week from Portland, where she has
been in attendance at a medical col-,
Rev. I. G. Knolta went Ashland on
Saturday and preached on Sunday eve
ning at (he Presbyterian church in that
Mrs. Jones of Ihe Children's Home
society of Portland is visiting Grants
Pass this week In the interests of that
Curtis Mitchell arrived Friday eve
ning from Oaklund. Cal., and will re
main for some time visiting with rela
tives and friends.
E. N. Smith, of Myrtle Point, and 0.
II. Park, of Grants Pass, were among
the arrivels at the McClallen house Fri
day. Rosehurg Review.
E. II. Brown and Fred Cheshire re
turned Thursday morning from Portland,
where they bad gone to attend the civil
Frank L. Demaree arrived last Wednes
day evening by wheel from California,
after an absence of about three years,
to visit for a time at home.
George Dimes and Royal B. Judd, of
Tillamook, arrived in Grants Pass this
week and will try their fortunes in tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Cole spent a
few days in this city- last week from the
Gold Bug mine, of which Mr. Cole Is
ShenfT Ed Lister and Lee Calvert
went to Salem Saturday evening with
the three prisoners who received sentence
last week in the circuit court.
Miss Sylvia Anderson la now located
at Kerby and is in charge of a branch
milliner establishment there lately
inauguarated by Mrs. Anderson.
Weston the Picture Maker -sets the
pace, both in Superior Workmanship
and pricea. See him if you want good
Phot is; opposite court bouse, Grants
Lincoln Smith left on Wednesday
morning's early train for Inland, where
he goes to assist H. L. Wilson in the
opening of his new mercantile establish
ment. Mrs. Arretla Smith of Sams Vslley,
who hss been visiting hers for the past
week with ber sister, Mrs. C. J. Kurth,
returned on Wednesday accompanied by
Miss Zulla Kurth.
Hugh McKenxle and family have re
moved to Wolf Creek and will make
that place their residence during the
summer.. Alien and Miss Cbloe will
remsiu bere nntil school closes.
Hon. Geo. W. Colvlg left last Wednef
day evening for Washington, I). C.,
where be goes lo receive his commission
and instructions regarding his appoint
ment as consul at llarranquilla, Colom
bia. Mr. Ben Battie, lately from Nebraska,
Is here examining farm property in view
of locating. His family arrived last
week. Mr. Battie aays that there are
a good many Nebraska people coming to
Oregon this spring.
D. A. Presley, formerly of this county,
but now prominent farmer and stock
raiser at Bly, Klamath county, waa in
Medford this week and paid Tbe Mail
s pleasant call. He will, be accompan
ied boms by his mother, Mrs. A. K.
Presley, of Athiand.-Medford Mail.
I Fred Iaham, one 61 the able members
the 8. P. bridge gang has removed his
family to Glendale for tbe summer, as
tbe crew will hats) work in that neigh
borhood for a greater part ot the time.
With the remainder of the crew, he was
la the recent quarantine at Glendale.
Tom Smith arrived here Tuesday from
Spokane and will remain for a time look
ing after his property interests here.
Mr. Smith is now one of the proprietors
of a large undertaking establishment in
Charley Simmons, "Tinker," arrived
here last wjek form visit with his mother
Mrs. J. H. Croxton and to rejoin Mrs
Simmons who has been here for some
time. Charley is now a railroad fireman
on a run out of Tacoma and is in line
for promotion shortly. His new girl
is causing him some elation at tbe
A. P. Estabrook was down Saturday
evening from Gold Hill, where he is
now conducting a drugstore. He speaks
very encouragingly of hia business and
prospects there and save he is con
gratulating himself every day. He says
Gold Hill is the metropolis of Southern
Misa Mary Cos returned home Friday
evening from Fruitvale, Calif., after an
absence of about a year. She was wel
comed at the train by a large delegation
ol her friends, who impatiently waited
ber arrival and emphatically evidenced
the fact that she had not been forgotten
during her absence.
April 24 Ward nominating conven
tions. April 25 City nominating conven
tion at court house.
May 1-D. of H. grand ball at opera
May 6 Annual city election.
May 16-17 Annual teacher's
May 21 President McKinley
party pass through.
Not the Right Fish,
The following item from the Sanliam
News contains no trace of jocularity, yet
its afterthought causes the face to
wreathe with smiles, even though tbe
wound is a painful one: "While spear
ing suckers with a pitchfork last Sunday
Frank McDonald was unfortunate enough
lo jab one of the tines of the fork through
bis foot, causing quite a painful wound.
Suckers are quite plentiful in the famous
'sucker slough' just now and lute ol
them are being landed by the aid ol
pitchforks and other implements of war
i - i .
Native Do.uih.tors Entertain.
The Native Daughters held a very
pleasant social evening last Friday at
the I. O. O. F. lull. The hall was very ,
tastefully and appropriately decorated
for the occasion with the colors of the
order and clusters of Oregon grape, floral
emblem of our state. Quite large con
gregation of members and their friends
were assembled and the evening was one
of general pleasure. The evening's en
tertainment was inaugurated with a
march in which nearly all participated.
A short tune was then spent in games
and social entertainment, after which a
dolicioua lunch of coffee, cake and ice
cream was served. A social dance, par
ticipated in by the greater portlun ol the
company, was the order of the later part
01 the evening Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Demaree furnishing the music.
Job Couldn't Have Btood It.
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're ter
ribly annoying; but flucklen's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of pi'es on
eaith. It has cured thousands. For in
juries, Paina or Bodily Eruptions It's
the beat salve In the woild. Price 25c a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold bv I)r
R. L. Coe & Co.
Town Talk Bargains
That is Booming Business
The Big Store.
20 WECIS FINE FRENCH FLANNEL
Regular 25c Grade at ISc.
In all the new Persian stripes, figures and polka dots. Dark rich
X) ...I.. . T.t . .. . . . - .
wuai vjircns, ciues, vm nose,
tne very newest fabric lor klurt wnisis ilriiur um,i. .i ,.;..
has been tiroduced this Hcnutti find
cents per yard.they are selling very
100 Doz. Yds. NARROW VAL, LACES
In all of the new Honaton patterns in Lace and Insertion to match.
The best yalues in laces ever placed on the market at ioc, 15c, aoc,
5ci i, 40c, 50c per dozen yards.
TOWN TALK SHOES
TllC Hamilton-Iirown SllOC for Ladies and Men "
for $1.50, $2.00 and. . Sz.Sl)
1 ne IJOUgiaS NlOC We.i.
ana ratent can
TllC Governor for Men in Box Calf and Vicl Kid at
R. L. Coe & Co. IMuc Ribbon Shoe for Ladies,
fine Vici Kid, cloth and kid top, made up in ele
gant style and has the fitting and wearing qualities
of the average f) shoe all styles, widths and sizes,
Pingrcc's Composite for Ladies has no equal at
PingrCC's Gloria for Ladies the pride of every
Old Glory Tbe Shoe that
ui uia tn siyies, an sizes, all widths. After
wearing this shoe for fix mouths, if you do not find
it worthy ol the name it bears return it and get your
money back. OLD GLORY will cost you but ... .
For Honest and Reliable Footwear go to
The Big Store. . .
Must bo made since
you wonder at the popu
larity of this store. We
buy carefully, the prices
aro carefully adjusted,
and your wants carefully
looked after. ' For all
who visit ns we have
' bargains, for those who
Seasonable Lunch Goods.
We have just received
a fine assortment of
canned meats, such as
Lunch Tongue, Corned
Beef, Roast Beef, Sliced
Ham and Bacon, Star
brand, 25c a can.
Sausage and Sauer Kraut
large cans, only
Deviled Ham, l pound cans
uevtleu Ham, yi pound cans
Veal loaf, its fine we have
tried it, large cans
Veal Loaf, small size cans. .
Underwood Sardines, key
Boneless Smoked Sardines. . uWc
And wo have lots of
good things to eat in
Cily Treasurer's Notice.
There are funds In tbe city treasury to
redeem tbe fallowing; outstanding war
rants, protested to April 2d 1807.
Interest on same will cesse after this
No. No. No. No., i
1001) 1010 1022 1020
. 1010 1005 1024 1030
1011 1013 1028 1025
1012 1017 1023 1032
087 1019 1027 " 1031
1014 1000 1020 1034
1015 .1021 1020 1033
Dated at Grant's Pass. Oregon. ADrll
18, 1U01 Col. W. Johnson,
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rapidly auU cannot be duplicated
in Box Calf, Vid Kid,
makes every man proud
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