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Clover Leaf Butter
The Best Creamery Product
Like the Celebrated
ST. CHARLES CREAM
Is of StandardQtiality,
Pure, Sweet, and the finest to
be had -15c.
Old Government Mocha
Mocha and Java Roast Coffees
(Chase & Sanborn's) Nothing Better.
South Sea Blend.
A most excellent CoiTeo for 30c; better than many so-called
Mocha and Java.
Celery, Asparagus, Lettuce, Bananas, Lemons,
Oranges, Grape Fruit,
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY..
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Ho 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. Wo have everything in the lino of
ODD FELLOWS ULOCK
House Paint made.
For Sale by
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
In buying 2 machine the Huyer shnul.l b; posted. The good
points of the Osborne are too numerous to mention. Tliev are evident
to every man that compares Oshornes with other makes. This is no
bare assertion, but has been proven time and time ngain. Let me show
you the Osborne Columbia Mower the neatest, strongest and most
modern on the market.
1 II. 8iOIIMIlrJ
WHAT nSTEvCT 1
Summer IIat3 SummcT Hats Summer Hats
The Trices are Savin' to You.
Bristle Horse Biuxhrs
-Mrs. I'ott's Irons, Set l
Houso. Lininir, (bei-t) per yd. . . .
Nest Egg-), i for
HempJeed, per pound
Butter Paper, SH sheets
Glass Lemon skpeeners,
I'earlilie, 6 for
Carpenier Chalk, 4 lor
Do You Go Fishing?
We nell lowest on Tackle, that's wny we sell so much. Three best
quality Flies (or 5c.
Have you joined the PREMIUM CONTEST ? If not. we have a card
readv for vou.
New York Racket Store.
GARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS-
J. P.. I'ADItt K, I'boir.
I am pret fred to furnioh am thing in the line ol Cemef ry work in any kind
of MA.EELE or GEAKITE.
Nearly thirty yearB of experience in the Marble bu-incn warrants my saving
that I can fill your orders in the very best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kindo
J. I). PADDOCK,
front Streot Next to Greene's Gor.ahop.
and Java and Seal Brand
v 1 iS "
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 Faint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
Mcj-f, K. Init r-ii, w-r pair,..
I lie I.Hlcft Hi-It C'la?p.. ..
shirt Wa;t S -ts
tiold I'ttcil l;ro,M-h'.-s
Half Soles, i-r pair
Vici Ki.l Iiiceing
Cotnb?, Metal r.jck" . .. ..
M. Clrnit-ng, l'lescrip-.ion Druziriei.
rtallp;n r, 10 cema ai d up at
Apple t in s 5 lo
10 cts. at the Kivei-
Wood wanted ou subscription at t!ie
M;s Faume Hale hag owned a Hluilio
tor painting at Mrs. J'igney'a.
The Spring and Summer goods are
arriving every tew Java at Mra,
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
KariRes at Colon's.
Harness of all Kiudu, tirades and
Prices at Uackett's.
01 Ramblers $10. UoaJsters $35 at
uair-Hiddle Hdw. Co,
Japanese Novelties at special discounts
nuay and Saturday at Adams' Bazar,
froirie new varieties ot Extra Early
Peaeh, 20 to 25 cts. each. Common
varioties 10 lo 12'8' cts. at the Riverside
Q A D Sherman -Williams Paint?.
O.VV.l . Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
live Hives and Bee Supplies at Hair-
KiilJIo Hdw. Co.
The Ashland Dramatic company pre
sented "The Girl I left Behind Me" at
Hornbrookon Saturday evening.
Dan rfeflerle was brought in from
Wnl.lo last week and has beer, com
miited to the insane a.M linn at Salem.
Wilbur clainiB his umlerUkiiu es
tablishment to be the cheapest place in
town for the purchase of funeral sup
plies. Bishop Morris will olluiate at St,
Luke's church on Fridav evening next,
7:.S0. All are cordially invited to the
A local teachers institute, will be held
at Gold Hill on Saturday of this week.
superintendent Savagp, Trot, Holmes
and a number of our teachers will at
K-ott lirillin handles Ashland tionr,
Ulan alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
iced, winter oats, large Russian while
rye, new crop timothy eced, wheat for
iced also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tun
.tliy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
torn, heal, Oats.
The portrait of T. E. rainier of this
oily appears in Saturday's Telegram,
outlier with his athletic record. Mr.
Palmer is a student of the 0. A. C. and
lias attained quite a degree of promi
nence as a hurdle racer.
You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and spaikling eyes if your liver
is Bluggieh and yuur bowels clogiieJ.
IMVitt's Little E:irly Risers cleanse the
w lole sjfti m. They never gupe.
Last Wednesday niuht V. E. Mallory
wiianiied a Council of the Order of
I'einlo in Gold Hill with a meniben-hip
)f fifty. We are glad to note the fact
that Mr. M illoiy mit the Buccess he has
menitcd while he Um been with us, and
m getting as anon a lodge as lie ban,
m Miiall place like. Gold Hill, wheie
three or four prosperous lodges exist.
iold Hill Km s.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
With Im al applii-ati'ins, an they can
not reach the set ot the diseape.
'at.nrh is a blood or constitutional
lispasc, and in order to cure itjou
mut tal:e internal reniedien. HuH'e
Caianh Ci.re U l iken internally, and
ids dir ctly on the blood and mucous
uirfacts. Ilall'j Catarrh (!ure ia not a
luack medicine. It was prescribed by
Jiie of the best physicians in this
uutitry for years, and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers acting directly ou the
inuions surfaces. Ti.e perfect combi
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur
ing Catarrh. Send lor testimonials, free.
F. J. CllKNtr & Co , Toledo, O. Sold
y all Druiste, 7-ic.
Hall's Family Till are the bestr
Chore.! Union Social.
The Grants l'ass choral union closed
the most successful and enjoyable season
of its t xistence by a social meeting on
Mon, lay evening at the Odd Fellows
hall. The members of the union and a
largo numW of friends attended and
the hull was well filled by the congre
gated members and gueste, probably
over lot being present.
The musical progiam was opened by
two choruses, "The Miller" and "The
ri'iker's Chorus," tendered in a lively
minnicr by the choral union. Miss
Macg e Meade . favored the company
with a very beautiful soprano solo, alter
which M sses Laura I'arker and Ethel
Calmer gave piano duet in the mosl
artistic and pleading manner. A vocal
dm t by Mr. and Mr. C. E. Suman was
one of the.mopt pleasing numbers and
in response to an encore Mrs. Human
iave a moit enjoyable soprano solo.
Mis llertha liarrie, C. J. Kurth and It.
W. Clark rendered a trio, with piano,
violin and fl He, after which E. C. Human
.fine a vocal boIo, "The Bugler" in
hich his p iwerful voice showed to fine
advantage. The program was closed
aitn the grand chorus, "The Vikings,"
by the Choral L'nion. After the pro
gram, reftpfhim'nt of ice cream and
cake were served and proved a most
enjoyable feature of the evening's
I. O O. F. Celebration.
The celebration of the 8J.I anniversary
of the order of O Id Fellows, held in
Jacksonville on Friday last wis one o'
the most euccesBful occasions of its
character has ever been held in South
ern Oregon. The attendance was large.
great many hlgeB were represented.
W. S. Crowill delivered the address
and a f nmptiions dinner was served by
the Ittbekahi. A bail was given 111 the
evi ning, the ticket sales amounting to
Old Soldier's Experience,
M M. 1 1 stin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: 'My wife
a as sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health."
ITiiey always do. fry them. Only 25c
at Dr. Kremer's drug store.
Go to Corun for riumbing.
Leave orders for engraved calliug cards
with A. E. Yuorhies.
Misa Nollie Bull has opened a millin
ery eetabllthii't'tit at Keiby.
The JI. E. chiiii ii, S-jUiii, ha mit.d a
a fund tor a hbrarv oi 10J voiuime.
; ,;,, ,i k; ,.. ,
; uiulei auspices ol lite D.-gree oi Uoiior.
Laigesi hue ot muttitigs in V. u from
10 cents up at Wilbui'a Furmtuie Btore.
On l-'iiday and Saturday the. e will be
special discounts givtn on Japanese
Jial Fec-a wont to .Deer creek Fiiday
toaBunie management of the engine at
the Christie saw mill.
A Hew invoice of Keliauce Wrappers
and House Dresses, having the corset
Lining which make theiu so much in
Demand, at Mra. Rehkopl's
A good second hand sewing machine
for sale cheap. Address Box 4U8 liraiiU
Those famous little pills, De Will's
Little early Risers will remove all iiu
purities from your system, cleanse the
bowel?, make them regular.
Walter Keyes, formerly of this place,
was one of the winners recently iu a
prize contest for Freshmen, u.t Moscow
University, Moscow, Idaho.
Whips, 10c to IJ.50 at Ilaokelt'e.
A full line of Japanese goods at
A(.'ams Bazaar. New 'ioods every week.
Front Stieet, four doors below Palace
Remember tlie Evans Optical" Co.
Scientific correction of defective vision a
6ecialty. Lenses for complicated cases
ground to order. Consultation free.
Office at residence, Grants Pass, Ogn.
Something New iu Ladies' Wrappers
and House Dresses at Mrs. Rehkopf'a.
Skin troubles, ruts, burns, scales and
chafing quickly heal by the use of De
ft itt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is imi
tated. Be sure yon get DeWitt's.
Vou 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 improved niethods. Write
Portland Art Company, 270 Oak Street.
Spring coughs are specially dangerous
and unless cured at once, serious results
often follow. One Minute Couidi Cure
acts like magic. It is not a common
mixture but a high grade remedy.
Our 85.50 Suit Ottering
Nicely tailored Suits in gray mixtures
with n green thread running through the,
pattern makes a surprisingly neat effect.
These suits have heavy facing with
Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoos.
Trunks and Valises.
Qu&lificaitions for Voting.
Qualification of voters as the coming
city election ;
Any person, alio is a qualified elector
ot the State of Oregon, who has been
a resident of the City of Grants Pbbs for
six months next, preceding this election
and who. 1ms been a resident of the
ward in w hich he applies to vote, for
sixtv days next preceding this election,
is entitled to vote. No property qualiti-
c.ttion is required. Neither is it neces
sary to register at thin election.
C. E Maviikk.
Josephine County Bank.
The third bank for Grants Pass has
been incorporated. The name will be
the Josephine county hank, capital
stock $J5.00J. The incorporators are
It. A. Ilooth, J. T. Tuffs and Ed Lister.
Blue R.ibbon Euchre Club.
The final meeting for the season of the
Blue Ribbon Euchre club was held on
Thursday evening at the A.O. C.W.hall.
The gentlemen had charge of the eve
ning's entertainment and acquitted
themselves with credit. After the play
ing was finished, a delicious lunch was
served and dancing was indulged in by
a K)itiou the company during the later
portion of the evening. All accord the
evening to have been the most pleasant
one of the season.
Woodvlllo Church Organized.
A church was organized at Woodville
laid .Suudav, in accordance with tho
recent action of the presbytery of south
ern Oregon which met at . Aidila.ud.
E. Stevens and J. M. Whipple were
elected elders of the new church. Rev.
I. G. Knotts officiated in the organiza
tion proceedings and an excellent ser.
mon was delivered by Key. C. W.
Hayes. Some 20 members ol the Pres
byterian church of Grants Pass attended
and assisted in the organization. Special
music a provided by the Granta Pass
It is arranged that Rev. Jones of Jack
sonville will hold services at Woodville
once a mouth. The membership of the
new church is not large but the mem
bers are enthusiastic and have already
begun to plan for a church budding.
Preparing to Build.
PreparationB for the construction of
two ot tlie new brick buildings are now
under way. The southwest corner of
Sixth and II streets, the site ol Tuffs'
new building, has been cleared and is in
readiness lor the brick when Ihey arrive.
The iron building occupied by the
Corn if. a preta rooms has been moved
around to face on i street to make
romforthe new building which will
shortly be commenced by the Grants
Pass Banking A Trust Co. This build
ing will occupy 21 feet on Sixth street
just north of the alley between U and II
and will extend back 50 feet.
HER KIN Near Ashland, April 20, 1U01,
to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Herrin,
WRltillT In Willow Springs precinct,
April 21, UiOl, to Mr. and Mrs. Win.
N A rifhi a son.
STl ltiiESS In this city April 25, 1901.
10 Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Sturgrss, a
P.lil-iTllH'li. U.UK.,. A...!!-)-, lool
lo Mr. and Mrs. J. O R-i-dow. a I
BROWN In Ashland, April 20, 11)01,
to Mr. and Mrs. U. II. mown, a son.
CLARK At Central Toint, April If,
l'.ul, to Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Clark, a
STKICKLIS At Eagle Point, April 20,
1-.HU, to Mr. and Mrs. Al. Stricklin,
ESTES GRIMES In this city April
'11. 1901, Mr. Leonard Eatea and Miss
Birdie Grimes, Judge Axtell official-
BCRCH K1NGERY In Jacksonville,
April 21, 11KU. by Mr. V. T. Van Scoy,
Jos. A. Burcb and Miss Louisa
April 27, 11)01
this city, Saturday.
t. I. Downing, aged
TAYLOR At her home near Wilder
ville Friday, April 27. 1901, of dropsy,
Mrs. V. H. Tavlor aged 74 years, one
month and 10 days.
The deceased leaves a husband, V
II. Taylor. For several weeks prior to
her death, she had been Buffering quite
severely and Mr. Taylor desires to ex
press bis thanks to the friends who so
kindly assisted in her care during the
last illness. The funeral services were
held on Sunday, by Rev. Joseph Sams,
of Wilderville. Mra. Taylor was a mem.
ber of the Wilderville church and a
sincere and earnest Christian.
IIOLMAN & SON,
Office on (ith St. oppo. Court House.
Residence North 7th St.
GRANTS PASS, ORE,
New Photo Mounts for
the Courier office.
II. Harth & Son.
The Oregonian Pictures.
The handsome pictures sent out with
tlie Sunday Oregonian ran be rendered
much mote attractive bv being mounted
on a nice dark colored melton face mall,
which can be had at the Courier office
at 20c per Bheet, size 22 x 2S in. One
stieet large enough for four pictures.
We have several shades to select from.
Sweots In Embryo.
Watermelon planting has been the
order of the day lately on the ranches ol
the growers of that fruit near this place,
and lb it work is now nearly completed
llie acreage devoted to watermelons
this year is greatly in excess of those of
previous yearB so that if the season is
favorable in a satisfactory degree we
will export far larger quantity of
ecstacy than ever before, Granta Pass
melons have made an enviable reputa
tion and are nniversally conceded to be
full of joy unalloyed from rind to rind.
Last year we sent out about 40 car
loads ol which the major portion were
produced by T. P. Lee, J. Christie and
R. A. N. Reymers.
Will Strike Oil.
Thus. P. Robb, the oil expert, has
U-en here several days this week look
ing over the lands of the Southern Ore
gon Oil company.
In an interview last evening "Mr.
Robb said: "I see no reasons why oil
cannot be found here. Indications are
llrt-l-cla-s. Jnt win re we will select
the place to bore cannot yet be ascer
taii.ed. It is a study, and tho selection
will be made later on. ' .
"I feel so confident of oil discoveries
that I mn willing to take my pay in oil
stock. You have the Identical indica
tions here that we bave in Kern
Mr. Robb leaves on the noon train to
day for Ilakernfielil, but will return to
Ashland within three weeks Town
Broke His Arm.
Eddie, the five-year old son of Geo.
II. P. Parker met with a serious calam
ity l r- Sunday in the shape nf a broken
arm. Willi other small boys he was
playing on a wagon load of lumber and
(ell or was crowded off with the above
mentioned result. The injured member
received prompt surgical attendance and
'.he voung man is getting along as well
as can be reasonably expected.
What do the Children Drink?
Don't give them coffee. Have yon
tried the new food drink called Graio-O?
j It is delicious and nourishing1 and takes
the place of coffee. The more Grain O
you give the children the more health
yon distribute through their system.
Grain-O is made of purs grains, and
when properly prepared tastes like the
choice grades of coffee but costs about
'4 as much. All grocers sell it. I5c
E. Musick was in town Saturday from
his school at Dry den.
J. E. Hodgden, of Kerby, visited
Grants Tass this week.
E. C. Fentland spent several, days in
! Crescent City last week.
F. M. Pouth was in town Tuesday
from the Victor Jr. mine.
Claude Hockett arrived from Sau
Francisco Saturday evening.
Mrs. C. II. Peckhain arrived or
Thursday from California.
W. t. Meals, of Placer, was in town
Momlay ou a business trip.
R. G. Virtue, the Lelaad merchant,
visited Grants Pass Thursday.
Miss Nora Sydow, of Central Point,
visited in this city Thursday.
Mr. and Mis. L. N. Browning, ol
Placer, were iu town Monday.
J. 3. Reck ley spent Thursday In Rose
burgoo a brief business visit.
Geo. J. Hitler and family have re
moved to Selnia for the summer.
Miss May Sutton spent Saturday and
Sunday at her home in Ashland.
Miss Ada Umphlette went to Kerby
Thursday to visit friends In that section.
Mra. Bjnd and Miss Etta Noel, of
Merlin, visited in Granta Pass on Fri
day. J. T. C.'Nash of Hotel Nash Medford
was in town Friday ou a brief business
r.u. nauace, 01 rtacor, one of our
well known miners, was In town last
Mrs. Eintst Everton of Ashland la
visiting friends and relatives In Grants
Mrs. Dr. Kremer returned Saturday
evening from a visit with relatives at
Mrs. Susie Slavan of Reno, Nev., is
visiting here with her mother, Mrs. S.
E. E. Poluy, of Ashland, visited this
city last Wednesday evening on railroad
C. O. Bigelow, the prominent farmer
ol the Williams district, was in town
E, E. Redfleld baa been visiting in
Medford during the past week with J.
R. Wilson and family,
Mr. and Mis. S. C. Neas came up
from Placer Wednesday morning for
visit to Grants Pass.
Mrs. W. F. Fariier returned to Ash
land last week alter a visit here with
ber sister, Mrs. J. P. Frater.
8. N. Butters returned from Califor-
thia week. He expects to remove soon
with bis family to Oakland, Cal.
Mrs. Annie Williams returned home
Sunday evening after a visit In Ashland
with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Blevins.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrlam, of Tunnol 0
arrived here Thursday tu visit for a few
days with the family of W. II. Hugglns.
Martin Heaton went to Wolf Creek
Saturday evening to assume the
management ol tlie school at that place.
II. E. Gelhiiig and family arrived last
week from Colorado and will make their
borne at this place. Mr. Gething is a
miner by prolesslon.
Chat. Winter arrived in town Friday
evening from Portland, after spending
some time In eastern Oregon. He went
out to Waldo Saturday.
J. L. Downing, of Ashland, came
down Thursday evening to attend the
bedside of his brother, F. T. Downing,
during the latter's illness.
J. II. Ahlf, for many years prominent
amnnj our business men.lefton Mondty
morning for Germany, where he will
visit bis old home for a time.
Miss Nell De Peatt arrived here
Thursday and has assumed a position in
the confectionery anil ice cream depart
ment of the establishment of II. Peter
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harmon, Mies
Elsie Green and Mrs. Edith McGregor
wero among those who attended the
I. O. O. F. celebration at Jacksonville
mr. aim nirs. iisuue urlmes came up
Iroiu Portland and will occupy Jas.
Byrnes house. Mr. Grimes has secured
a position as hostler at the round house.
Prof. John P. Meakin, Head Camp
lecturer, of the order of Woodmen ol the
World will deliver a lecture hereon
rriday evening next to members of the
order and friends.
Chas. Lott and son Arthur, who have
spent a month at Grants Pass, returned
homo Monday evening, for a short visit,
they will teturn in a few days to Hud
son to wark. Cottage Grove Leader.
A. h. Hart of Greenville, Ohio, who
spent several days in Grants Pass last
week during a lour of the west, left Sun
day morning on his return Jouriihy by
way of San Francisco and New Orleans.
II. W. Ilulhert arrived last week from
Georgetown, Cal., bis former home and
where he has been slaying for a number
of months past. Mr. Hulberl spent two
years in our county and tried his band
at mining and other vocations and has
now returned to locate permanently.
His daughter, Misa Celia, arrived Sun
day evening. Mr. Ifulbert is tlie former
editor and proprietor of the Georgetown
Services at the Baptist church, on
Sunday 6th inet: Bible School at 10
a. in. j Preaching, 11 a. in. and 7:30
p. 111,; II. V. P. V., 6;30 p. m. At the
close of the morning discourse the
ordinance of the Lord's Suppur will be
observed. The sermon in the eveninii
will be the same as that of last Sunday
morning. The repetition is by request.
Koiikkt Lihlik, Pastor.
Fought For His Life.
"My father and sister both died of
Consumption," writes J. T. Weather
wax, ol Wyandotte, Mich.," and I was
saved from the same frightful fate only
by Dr. King's New Discovery. An at
tack of Penomoula left an obstinate
cough and very severe lung trouble,
which an excellent doctor could not
help, but a few months' use of this won
derful medicine made me as well as ever
and I gained much lo weight." In
fallible lor Coughs, Colds and all throat
and I.tint tmnM T!l tw.1A. f.
Guaranteed bottles 60e and II at Dr
May 6 Annual city election.
May 15. "B' by the B.B.B , at I. O.
O. F. hall.
May 15-17 Annual teacher's Insti
tute. May 21 President Mc'Kinley and
pasty pass through.
Junes High evhot-1 commencement.
Advertised Letter List.
Following is tho list of lettors remain
ing uncalled for in the Grants Pass post
office, Saturday, April 27, 1901 :
Shandy, Mra C K, Smith, Mrs C S,
Losher, O R,
Parker, W R,
Hewton, J E,
Miller, J L,
Parten, Maren F,
Smith, Clint, 2,
C. E. Hasmox,
At Bed Time
I take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I feel bright and my complex
ion Is better. My doctor says it acts
gently on the stomach, liver and kid
neys, and la a pleasant laxative. It is
made from herbs, and is prepared as
easily as tea. It is called Lane's Medi
cine. All druggisU sell it at 25c. and
50c. Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. If you cannot get
it, send fur a free sample. Address,
Orator F. Woodward, Le Roy, N. Y.
V E have a cash purchaser (or a farm of
' about 40 acres or more within (I mile
of town. Will pay no fancy price. Semi
description and lowest price to this oflice
1 It K M ( It 1x5 Camera, almost new, cost
!,', for sale at it). Inquireof Ueo. P,
SMITH Premier Typewriter, nearly new.
for sale. Address P. O. box lit), Grants
T.AHT Saturday afternoon a lady's purse
containing a IU piece and paiwrs
owner's name inside. Return to 1'acitlc
i'ine Noedle Co., and receive reward.
AHUCKSKIN purso containing W OTS.H
and a gold ring. Klndur will lie given
a suitable reward. Deliver air this oflice.
i SMALL shepherd dug. A mutable re.
ward will be itiven on delivers at S. P.
1). A L. store.
hAK the I. O.t). F cemetery, a child's
cloak. Owner may recover same on
application at this oflice.
A UK NTS wanted for the best Typewriter
- on the market, the I'lltaliurg Visible;
writing ,n sigui at all times; exclusive tar-
rilnrv ineim. A , 1. 1 m. 111.. I....
Company, Pittsburg, I'a. ,
ITAKK this means to Inform niv many
triKiwIu I,bI 1 .... ,. . . 1.
' -- w", hww nnnifciuivu WH1I
the Smith llros. Mercantile Co, corner
"""a eimnmu ms., unit respectfully in
vite you to call and see me.
QAHII paid for gold dust. Cramer Bros.
'I'A K K your wheel to Cramer Bros, for
Alll.K'H hall, comer Fifth and il streets
is now opened to the public and will
be rented by the evening. Apply to Mrs.
J. 11. Ahlf.
FARM FOR SALE.
l.MtUl f farm nfm r n-ru. ,,. ,iu ... ..
L town. Onod house and barn, young
...., .-., ui paieat a uargaill. luoulro
at thin olllce.
R. L. Coe & Co.
Town Talk Bargains
That is Booming Business
The Big Store.
20 PIECES I INE FRENCH FLANNEL
Regular 25c Grade at ISc.
In all the new Persian stripes, figures and polka dots. Dark rich
Reds, Greens, Ulues, Old Rose, Salmon, Pinks and Ilelio. This is
the very newest fabric lor shirt waists, dressing siicouas nnd ei.itu !,
has been produced this season and
cents per yard.they are sailing very
100 Do. Yds. NAKKOW VAL, LACES
In all of the new Ilonaton patterns iu Lace and Insertion in mnfM,
The best values in laces ever placed
5C( $oc, 40c, 50c per dozen yards.
TOWN TALK SHOES
for $1.50, $i.oo and
1I1C IJOUfJiaS Mioe "
ana ratctit tall
TIlC Governor for Men iu Uox
R. L. Coe & Co. JJluc Ribbon Shoe for Ladies,
line v let M1, cloth and kid top, made up in ele
gant style and has the fitting and wearing qualities
of the average $3 shoe all styles, width and sizes,
l'illgree's Composite for Ladies has no equal at
IMngrce's Gloria fur Ladies
Old Glory The Shoe that makes every man proud
ui uia ikci. u siyies, an sizes, an wiuths. Alter
wearing this shoe for six months, if you do not find
it worthy of the name it bears return it and get your
money back. OLD GLORY will cost you but ... .
Tor Honest and Reliable Footwear go to
The Rig Store.
Must bo mado since
you wonder at tho popu
larity of this store. We
buy carefully, tho prices
aro carefully adjusted,
and your wants carefully
looked after. For all
who visit us wo havo
bargains, for thoso who
Seasonable Lunch Goods.
Wo havo 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 Kraul
large cans, only toe
Deviled Ham. i pound cans 5c
Deviled Ham, 4 pound cans 10c
Veal loaf, its fine we have
tried it, large cans 25c
Veal Loaf, small size cans. . I2j4c
American Sardines 5c
Underwood Sardines, key
Boneless Smoked Sardines. . iac
And wo havo lots of
oilier good things to cat
Fresh strawberries every day
City Treasurer' Notice.
There are funds in the city treasury to
redeem the following outstanding war
rants, protested to April 2d 1897.
Interest on same will cease after this
No. No. No. No. .
1000 1010 1022 1026
1010 1005 1024 1030
1011 1013 1028 1025
1012 1017 1028 1032
087 1019 1027 1031
1014 1000 1020 1034
1015 1021 1020 1033
Dated at Grant's Pasa. Oregon. April
18, 11)01 Col. W. Johnson,
J j - u u
am it U 16 itw l.a .0
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rapidly and cannot be duplicated
on the nmrket at i
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for Ladies and Men
Uox Calf, Vici Kid,
Calf and Vici Kid at
the pride of every
L. COE & GO.