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Dinging for Business (
Not turning over ground, but constantly
GROCERIES mill CROCK15RY
We have everything you may need for your
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nripps. Our Motto :
QUALITY, QUANTITY & PRICE GUARANTEED
Dairy Salt in 50s. . . .
Half-Ground, or Stock Salt 50s
Box of Soda Crackers, 1 1 lbs gross
Petite Prunes, to close out : " . .
Evaporated Peaches, not new stock.
Morning Meal, 2-lb pkg rolled wheat
White Comb Houey, 1 lb frames
25 lbs Pink Beans
No. 1. Green Salvador, 8 pounds for $1 00
Something a little better, 7 pounds for 1 00
Best Guatamala Caracal. 201:
In Roast Coffees we have something good at
7 pounds for 1 00
Or, we can give you a good Mocha and Java, 3 pounds for ... . 1 00
In Teas, we have all the leading kin is, a very good sun dried at 50c
Pickles in teos
All kinds of Syrups and Sorghum.
Our Rolled Oats aie iresh.
Remember the place,
Opposite Post Office.
White House Grocery,
H. C. BOBZICN, Propr.
A NICE WARM ROOM
How pleasant it is to come to breakfast and
find the room warm all over, these sharp
mornings. Tho secret of it is an Air Tight
Stove, which has done tho work quietly ajid
well in a few moments. We have just re
ceived our new fall stock of Heating Stoves
and would he pleased to have you call.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
AlU-TlCillTS SAVK WOOD. AIK-TICUT.S S.VVK WOHRY.
We have a full supply of everything needed
by the Sportsman whether ho be Fisher or
Take a lookat our display window and
if you do not find what you want come inside
and we will supply you.
HnhvUidiHo Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL"
A NEW SCHOOL.
Prepares teachers for statu and count; examinations. Fits young
men and women (or business positions and For college.
Special attention to teachers' review classes, stenography and type
writing Expenses per school year of 40 weeks, (11(1, $1-5, f i 10.
Tuition per term, $11:25; board at club house $1 .75 per week, in
families (2 SO, 13.00 Room rent 50 cents per week,
The folder contains special In for 111 at ion and the course of study.
Write for it.
The first term opens September it, lis.il.
W. T. VAX SCOY, Principal.
TlfcMllord. - i,o'M)ii.
New Fall Millinery.
We kindly invite the Ladies of Grauts Pass and vicin
ity to call and inspect our line of new
Everything NEW and the Latest Styles the market af
fords, aud at Prices that defy competition.
iia. wi':s r(),
Successor to' Mrs. WEIDMAN.
MISS BKKTI1 A CAUK1E wishes to say to her friends that she wdl be pleased to
e (hem in her line of work, at Mrs. Weidraan'i old stand with SI;s Weston, cor
ner 7th and Front streets, Grants Pass, Ore.
Dont Trust to Blind Luck.
A few moments of investigation with
yoar eyes wide op'n will save you
many moments of regret.
See and let me explain the GOOD Features of the
OSBORNE FARM TOOLS
Before you buy any other kind.
Builders' Hardware, Pain, Oils, Etc.
f ir. so i i:iiirr.
Will Anderson, of Selma, was in town
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hosier or Ashland
visited here Kriday.
R. A Booth is In town this week
IcokinK after business interests.
Geo. R. Hammersley of Hold Hill was
a visitor to Grants Pass Thursday,
T. J. Yarbrough, of Seluia, was a
visitor to Grants Pass on Monday.
Miss KinaKame returned to Medford
Thursday after a two weeks visit here.
Mrs. Fred Roper left ou Friday for a
visit with her parents at Central Toint.
Mrs. J. R. Harvey and little aon, Jack,
returned from Portland Friday morning.
Lincoln Smith went to Portland Satur
day and expects to be absent for some
II. C. Perkins went to Kerby Tuesday
to turvey a three toils ditch for W. M.
W. 1. Belding left on Thursday eve
ning for Idaho, where he will engtge in
Claude Williams landed a 21 pound
steel head while 6shing in Rogue river
Mies Cora Smith left on Friday eve
ning for Monmouth where she will
J.W.Howard returued to Kerby on
Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. How
ard and Miss Eula. ..
Mrs.Q.W. Burnett of Myrtle Creek
visited here last week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hoyt.
George Mover returned on Friday
from the Baldwin hop yard where he
has been acting as foreman.
Mr. and J. C. Lltecher took their
departure on Tuesday for Portland to
make their residence there.
Walter Iyke went to McMinnville
Monday evening and will resume his
studies at McMinville College.
Frank Cnlvig returned on Monday
from a two weeks camping and prospect
ing trip on upper Evans creek.
T. W. Rohhlnsof Central Point spent
a lew days in Grants Pass last week and
may come to this city to reside.
Mies Christie McLoan returned to
Portland Saturday, after a two weeks
visit with her friends in this city.
Miss Ethel Gore, sister of Mrs. J. A.
Elcw, arrived here last week from Har
risburg and will attend school here.
0. P. Harvey and family have re
turned to town after spending the sum
iner at Harvey A Staudish's saw mill.
Nat Fees was in town Monday fr m
Williams where ha is running an en
gine for the Champion Gold Mining Co,
Mips Kthol Palmer returned on Thurs
day from a visit with friends at Murphy.
Miff, Dot Day returned with her and is
visiting Grants Pass friends.
C. E. Wirkttroni has leased his
placer property on Pleasant (reek to
Sam Wayment, formerly of Central
(in).' P. Jester returned ThursJay eve
ning from a two weeks vacation and has
resumed his duties as S. P. station
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Lyon went to
Portland Saturday and will spend a few
weeks vibitiug there with Mr. I.you's
Fred Koyal left on Monday evening
lor lVrtland where he will attend the
carnival an J may remain at the city for
lr. U. W. Ixiwe, the well known
optician, spent several days in Grants
Pass this week in the practice of bis
Jans Ailin, "Dutch Johnnie," was in
ton 011 Saturday, bringing with him
abo'it M"0 in gold dust from his mine
down the river.
J K l.oomis, Gallce's merchant, was
in town Friday on a business visit. He
is milking preparations for the opening
of the pfaiir serif on.
Mrs. J. T. Tuffs returned to Wolf
I'rerk last Weonesday evening alter a
few days visit with relatives ami friends
in Giants pass.
Mr. and Mis. Joe Scott arrived laid
Wednesday from Keene, Iowa, and will
reside litre. Mr. Scott ia assisting the
Haii-Uiddle Hardware Co.
Sam Axtoll went to Kerby Sunday,
where he wilUbe in charge of the work
of repairing the Illinois river bridge.
Lou Axtell acc mpanied him.
I. B. Ktandish, of the lumber firm of
Harvey A Stundish left this week by
team for his home at Ilalsey. Mrs.
Slandish returned home last week.
J. M. Booth left on Monday morning
(or Roerborg where he i attending the
fair. He will viit in Kugene before
returning and wid be absent about two
T. P. (Vainer aud L L. Jewell went to
I'.ylee bridge on Rogue river Wednes
day to join Rev. Robl. McLean aud try
a few casts for the giant trout that infest
that portion of the river.
Mrs. R. K. Montotnery and Miss Myra
were passengers on Friday'! train, en
ronte to Ashland where Mr. Montgomery
is in charge of the 8. P. station during
the absence of Agent Rico.
Roy McLean went to Albany Wednes
.lay after a brief visit wilb friends in
this city, and will attend Albany Col
lege during the ensuing school year.
Miss Gertie Birrie who has been
spending the vacation at home, returned
on Saturday to Portland whers she will
attend school during the coming winter.
Mrs. K. B. Brown and children arrived
from Rnsebtirg Monday to take np their
reoidence again in this city. Mr. Brown
is at Myrtle Creek, working in the inter
ests ol the order ol Pernio, and is expect
ed to arrive here later in the week.
Willie Shaw has recently returned
from Ave we-ki' vacation at his home
at Anuisville, Oregon, and with bis
In' her, who his a drug store at Stayton.
W illie and his brother, the 8. P. agent,
of Aumw;ie, visilad Portland and other
points and pnt several days at Newport
Rev. N. F. Jenkina and family ex-
put to h-ave next Monday for ( arson
City, Mich, lo make their home, Mr,
Jenk r.s having exchanged fields wiifi
Kv. J. W. McDoagall of that place.
Mr. Jenkins i a strong, vigorous and
We Have Made Another Buy
-OF BANKRUPT STOCK.
A Bi Line of Fishing Taekle at Half Price.
Flanelettes at a bargain, .......
A Big Line of Wraps. -
Gloves of all Kinds.-- ! ,
Fancy Dishes of all kinds. ;
A Big Line of Under Skirls. ' ;
A Big Line of School Supplies. -
A Big Cut in Watches'
17 Jewell P. S. Bartlett adjusted Nicltle movement, 20
year case, $17.00. . "'
15 Jewell Elgin or Waltliani, Xickle movement, 20 year
' case, $15.00. . . '
Ladies Watches a big lino from $4.50 to $30.
Shoes We have a Fine Lino at Cut Prices,
Give tis a call and we will treat you fair and square. All
goods marked in plain figures. We are aftet your trade,'
aud by honest dealing we are getting it.
We are yours, . .
Grants Pe.sa Or.
Chicago Racket Store
Front St. Below Pe.Ie.ce Hotel
able worker in his Held and Grants Pass
will miss him greatly.
A. L. Howell, Hyrani Drake and Fred
Schmidt returned on Monday evening
afier spending two months at Cinnabar
Springs. These springs are becoming
quite a popular resort and some 00 or
70 people have beeu there at all limes
throughout the summer. Ths gentle
men speak in high terms of the
medicinal qualities of the water and the
general attractiveness of the place as a
BURNS In this city, Wednesday, Sept.
II, l'JOl, to Mr. and Mrs. it. G. Hums,
BROWN In Grants 1ihf, Wednesday.
Kept. 4, l'JOl, to Mr. mill Mrs. Cbas.
Brown, a son.
HF.KLtNG At Hugo, to Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Hilling, a ton. ,
LANDKETH At (told Hill, B.'pt. 2,
l'JOl, to Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Landrelh,
WINKLE On Connulion ereek, August
30, l'JOl, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Winkle,
U HI. Ill CLOW In Portland, Wednes
day, Sept. 11. 1001, I'aul 1". Uhlig
and Cora C Clow.
WILCOX-(iUIM-Iu Cenlral l'oint,
Sept. 0, 1901, (i. K. Wilcni and Mies
Clara (irun, by Key. J. C. (iregory.
S-ERRATTE At the house of Mr. I lore,
on Illinois river, Sept., Ill, l'JOl, M.u-
tin Herralte, aged 78 years.
Scrralle was an old pioneer, of South
ern Oregon, an honest and hard work
ing man, while able to labor, but fur the
past fifteen years was a great tullerer
from rheumatism. Ilia old aud valued
friend took care of lain to the end and
laid him to rest when his spirit took
its flight to the great unknown. K.
Etna. RebekaK Lodge.
The members of K'na Kebekah Ldge
No. 49, I. O. O. F are earnestly request
ed to attend the next regular meeting,
Advertised Letter List.
Following is the list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the Grants Pass oit-
ofliie, Saturday, Supt. 11, l'JOl :
1, till Kit.
Johnston, Mrs S S Calmer, Miss Nellie
Muler, Mr S M Uogue Kivur Min
Mckenzie, Smith ing A Lumber Co
Nassol, Mr (1 li Kvfls, O U
I'enny, Mr Thomas Wbitselt, Mr J W
I'etrrsnn, Mr J S Walsh, Timothv
Rennicks. Mr J ti Watson, Mr J V
Kunb) an, Mr John Williams. H T
C. K. IIahuo.v 1". M.
Boe.nl of Equalization.
Notice ia hereby given that for the
purpose of correcting all errors in de
scription, valuation or other mistakes,
the Hoard of Equalisation will meet at
the rooms of the County Clerk, on Oct.
7, 1901 aud continued, for one week or
until the Assessment Hull has been ex
amined and approved. .
Cn as. Chow, ,
Assessor for Josephine Co.
A New Singer.
A new drop head Singer tewing ma
chine which cost $05, for sale for 130,
at, Marshall & Davis second hand itore.
Misa Hale will teacli painting alter
aoont instead of mornings, at her studio
in the City Hall building 2 nntil 6
o'clock 50 cents a lesson.
Resident Dentist. , .
Go to Corun for Plumbing. ,
Whips, 10c to $3.50 at Hackett'l.
Cash for Gold Dnat at Cramer Bros. :
M. Clemens, Prescription Praigist.
Kodak dims fresh every week at the
Bee Hives and Bee Supplies at Hair
Riddle Udw. Co.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coroo'i. "
If you want a Hartford Bicycle cheap,
call at Cramer Bros. . ..1
Harness . of all Kiids, Grades and
Price at Hackett's.
Sherman Williams Paints.
Hair-Riddle Hard are Co.
A state teachers certificate has been
granted to Misa Abbie Stitea of Wil
liams. ' Nothing like it sold anywhere else In
town. It's guaranteed Straneky Ware
sold by Cramer Broa.
. A firstilass surveyor's transit tor sale
cheap at Marshall & Davis' second-hand
store on Front street.
Take a trip abroad by getting a course
ticket for the entertainments to be given
for the benefit ol the schools. Reserved
seats at Clement' Saturday morning at
8 o'clock, "
Scott GrKTin bandies Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
teed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy teed, wheat for
teed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tim
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats... :
Electricity ia marvelous. Come and
tee tome of ita marvels at the Opera
bonse when the Electrical exhibition Is
given in the school course of entertain
A few bargains in second-hand rifles.
One each 32-40 and 30-30 Winchester,
with Lyman peep tight cheap at Cra
Don't forget the school course of en
tertainments. People who have heard
the lectures aay they are fine. Tickets
at Cramer Bros., Slover't and the Water
Co.'t office. Reset ved teata at Clement'
Saturday morning at 8 o'clock.
O 1V1?S OF
Golden Stap Soap 25c I
Grants Pass Grocery Co.
sirccr.ssoits to Bancroft & co.
Calhoun's old Stand.
FALL AND . WINTER
Nothing to gain by putting off buying Fall
and Winter Clothes. You may as well
see the stock when full, and have choice of it all.
When you see yourself in a suit that fits you body
and mind and pocket-book too you'll be glad that
you came in. If we don't fit you in three ways,
don't buy. If you change your mind, come back
and you'll get your money back, every cent of it.
$5.00, $5.50, $0.00, $6.50, $7.50, $10.00
for good First-class. Tailored Men's Suits.
P. H. Harth & Son.
Headquarters for Hoys' Clothing.
It you use tinware, it will save you
time and money to use I.iska' Anti Hint
ing tinware sold by Cramer Pros.
The Salvation Army will serve ice
cream and cake at the army ball on
Friday evening. On Saturday evening
there will be an auction sale ol products
gathered for tho harvest frttival.
Kev. and Mrs. C. W. Hays announce
that they will be at home to the friends
of Bethany Tiesbyterian church on the
afternoon and evening of Monday, Sep
tember 23, from S to 10 p. in.
In the September number of '"Sports
Afield" appears a very interesting, story
or sketch by Dennis II. Stovall of our
city, entitled "Chiney the Sloiy of a
Mongolian pheasant," lirwhich the au
thor portrays the habiU and peculiarities
of that bird in a pleasingly written story
Are you going Ashing? ITavo you all
the leaders, flies aud spoons you want.
If not, go to Cramer Bros.
D. A. Williams has sold bis restaurant
ou Front street to Chan. Flint ol Glen
dale, who will continue the boiint'fm.
Mr. Flint will axsume conduct of the
restaurant on FrIJay of this acck.
Tho billiard hall aud ciar and con
fectionery Btoru ol F. 1. Uuper discon
tinued business hint week. Uoy Harr
iett and J. W. F rater have pnrchard
tho business aud (ir.tniea nud will re
open the eritabUdhnieut bjoii. (ieo.
Hansen is putting a new U or in Hie
"The Cow Creek Irrigation Co," is a
new corporation formed in 1) jiiglas Co
The object of lliu corporation' is to
acquire, construct and maintain tlitclie,
cauuls or flumes, reservoirs and daim
for general irrigation purposes and sup
plying water for domestic purpo-es lu
Southern Douglas county aid culled
tolls and rents therefor. .Tim olll-e
and principal place of bu.inrH of the
company-will be in the, town (i leinlale,
Oregon. J. A. and S. Jinpies and S.
II. ltedlleld are the incorporator.
The crew ol the English summer
Hnroda, whirl) ran ashore a few miles
south of tho Co(nill river in Oregon,
were paspengers ou hoard the Meamer
Maudalay for Kan Frane.i iivi. Wo aro
informed by bouio of llieiu that the
steamer Is lying bioadoidii to the soii
high aud dry, so Hat ono can walk
around it at low tide. The ship is of
steel and draws 12 feet ol water in bal
last. At high thin tho water is only 11
'eet deep around her, eonwenucntly she
lacks one foot of ' lloating. N hope ol
saving the vessel is entertained by tlu
crew. Crescent City News,
Notice to Members of Co. II
All members of Co. II, O. N (.1. are
nuosled to report at tliu Armory at
1 o'clock p. in. 'I hursduy, Kept. I!).
Chah Cll ltt,
Coiiiinandin Co. II.
A Shocking Calamity
"Lately beiell a railroad laborer,"
writes Dr. A. Kellett.of Williford, Ark.
"His foot was badly i rushed, but ittl k
len't Arnica Halve quickly cured him.
It's simply wonderful lor Hums, Boils,
Piles aud all skin eruptions. It't ths
world't champion healer. Cure guaran
teed. 2.rc. Hold by Dr. Kreiner.
Soldiers' tknd Sailors' Reunion.
The annual Soldiers' and Sailor.'
reunion for southern Oregon, will he
held at the Cenlral Point lair grounds,
Sepleaiber 23 to 2", holding five days.
Excellent programs have been pre
pared by the various (i. A. K. posts and
corps ol southern Oregon for each eve
ning. Addresses will be given by W. M.
Colvij;, C. U. Watfou and other promi
neut local speskers. J. A. Sladen of
Cortland, department commander, has
signified his intention to be present and
deliver an address on ome afternoon
during the encampment. A drum corps
has been secured to fiiinisb the camp
with music. A company of Oregon
National (ioar.lt will ramp on the
ground! and will give exhibition drills
Tents, wood and straw will be furn
ished free to all comrades. Paggsge
will be transported free to and from the
depot. Provisions anil forage will be on
saleattbe arsoi-ialion ramp grounds.
Keduccd ratea are given by the rail-
I The Boy's Brigade will soon reume
their meetings and drills, which have
been snsoenjed during the pas. few
mouths. The active renewal of this
organisation is the signal lor very
general delight among tho boys who aie
A shooting gal'ery outfit coniisting of
12i40 tent, guns, targets, etc., for sale
cheap. Inquire of Maraha-1 fc Davis.
Anti Kusting Tinwart at Cramer Bros.
Pine Needles Wanted
By Ihe Oregon Pint Needle Fiber Co.,
at the old school nui'dlo.
Exhibit from Southern Oregon,
F.ITorlt are being made to secure an
exhibit from southern Oregon, of
minerals, fruits, grains, etc., for the
Portland carnival. The Southern Paci
fic will ship all exhibits free. In the
matter of minerals particularly, Jose
phine county can give an exhibit that
can not be surpassed by any locality on
the coast, and In fruit, ttc, we can make
a most excellent showing. Our people
should not neglect Ibis opportunity to
display Josephine county products.
The carnival opem Heptember IS and
exhibits may be sent for a week or so
after the opening. Leave exhibit! wilb
agen'. 8. P. depot.
A special meeting ol the council was
held on last Thursday evening with the
mayor present and councilmen Frier
Kuykendnll, Hood, Rehknpl and Smith
The following bills were allowed :
Oeorge llarlinan, special police..! 7 M
Peter (Iravlln 3 0)
A. K. Voorbiet, printing ordi
nance! 211 7A
8. P. I). A L. lumber. 41 Wi
N. K. Mciirew, cleaning sts.,etc. 4 IK)
a). Norton, sprinkling sts. in Aug. 20 00
The finance committee were author
ised to procure supplies necessary for
registration of volet and election blanks.
A Fountain Pen with n Guar
anlee. Did von evsr own a fountain pen that
worked splendidly for a week and then
bucked? Then von can appreciate the
importance of buying a "Money-back-if-not-Mtlsfactory-pen."
This Is the kind
yon will find at the Cor aim office, at
1.50 and (2.00. If you are not satisfied
alter using then, 30 daya come bark and
get your money.
Carnival at Portland.
"The Great Carnival, which opens at
Portland on September 19th and con
tinues until October PJth, 1901, will be
well worth a visit to the metropolis.
Exhibits of agricultural and horticul
tural products, mining and manufactur
ing in. lust ries, athletic exercises, a hone
show, at which feataof horsemanship and
the various forms of fancy riding will be
seen, and a magnificent military tourna
ment, participated in by picked com
panies from the Oregon National tiuard,
are a few of the attractions at the Carni
val this year.
The Southern Pacific Co. will tell
tickets at low rales for this occasion,
and will nlso run a special excursion
from' Ashland to Portland and return,
topping at all intermediate stations,
il.e date and rates for which will be an
Uoy Reported Killed.
The report was circulated about town
Tuesday evening that a boy bad been
HUot nod killed while purloining water
melons in one of the melon fields down
i lie river. Inquiry fails to yield any
verification of the report. The melon
growers are sadly annoyed night and
lay by boysind even men who steal or
destroy tho melons.
Tho ordor of the Eastern Star will
hold a special meeting on next Monday
evening, September 23. Mrs. Clara
Mnrsden, grand worthy matron, will be
pi cue lit.
Dnthsvny Presbyterian Church.
At tho Picnbyteriaii chureb. next Sun
day, Sept. 22, the looming sermon will
bo giveu by Kov. Walter Hays, of Mit
soula, Montana, brother of Rev, C. W.
Hays. Huv. H ibt. McLeau will deliver
the evening sorinou.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
Bancroft A Co. is dissolved by mutual
consent, Fd II. Allen being appointed
to settle up the ulfairs of the firm, will
be fount) at tho old stand until the 20lh
inM. All having just claims will please
present them at once, and those in
debted to said firm will please call and
make prompt i-ottlcment,
J. K. DANcuorr,
tiro. V. Haas,
F.o II. Ai.Lxs. '
If the action of your bowels It not easy
and regular serious complications mutt
bo the final result. DeWitt't Little Ear
ly ltieors will remove this danger. Safe
pleasant and etructive. Dr. Kremer.
( OR. SALE.
Grief for McKlnloy.
Canton, Ohio, Sept. 18 . Tho gicaU tt
demonstration of grief for llieir martyred -C it ,,u,
chief was shown as the train healing ling, cm
the funeral prociwion pasned Alliance,
The people had llockc.l troin ul' h i lions
to get a gliinpHU of Ihocaclii l. I'. .'pic
wure solidly massed on b.itli holes ot
tho liack. t'pon arrival in tins cily
the casket was borne iinine.li ,lol v to the
court house lor tho (unci's! seivic ..
Mrs McKinloy stood tliu trip well
and upon arrival went to I tin old home
WAKiiiNnriiv. D. ('. Kept
entire cabinet bus arecplcd
curdauce with his expirc-cl ileleriniiia
tion lo couluiun tliu poiii i. s of Mr
Killley, t!ie prisidetit ih nired that all
t'lecahimt members slioulii re'itm tJieii
Emma, Golilninll Arra irjacd.
('mi in, III;. Se 1. H-li'i.un Col l
liian, the anarchist , lio t , . 4 been InM
by the police loon never il divi p..!,
for coinplieliy In ll.o i in.i: io.i o'
President .Mi: Iv i n U-j v.as airitigut-d
today, her bail placed at :.'0,ij II.
1V l:hll'KNi'Kun Htli street: a tire
11 room collate and lot, luui2au, shade
tries, iouil wejt auu eitv water,
HK.'.'AJ feet, with small dwsl-
lent locaiioti, for sale at a
impure al tin uihee.
t UKN1SHEU ROOMS.
J M'UM.-illKI) KOOM TO KKNT-C. J.
L Kurih, C Miecl between 2d and 3d.
IIAHNll Mining lnlerc-U that require
iny liltenlion I sill Bell ill y Ploek coll
.ostium oi iieun, liiriiisliing goods, bhoes,
llnis i tips. Notions, etc,, al less llian cost,
a-, a ftiioic or in UtU lo suit purchaser.
, 11. A. Kbcp,
O.i.l Fellows building.
1 i'.a, ciirridtmaud nitmuUin backs.
Auvuno ilutikiiii: ot buy in n any u(
tint am.vij, it will pity liiem tUKl to Kehkopt
itiiit hum Ji ttii'l email no lltmr vehicles mtU
.:-(. iluir I'fi'vd iiii'l ts-rius bufore (mying.
i in y uirtu tarry Uiu lUixkoyu mower aiul
r.tku, KoiiM'inlHir Uto place, titii street
uppuMlo ."lurijti'i'iiitiiii slure
GOLD DUST. ."'
JA.-lt paid lor gold dusl. -Cramer llros.
AlvK vour hei?l ty rranu-r Urus. lor
Just Arrived Big Store
B) i' vTT $ :
Special Rates lor Ce.rnlvs.1
Ths Bout hern Pacific Lo. offers s
suecial rale during the Carnital at
PortlanJ ol IU 40 for the round trip or
on and one-third fare, plus 60 cents.
These tickets are limited to six days
and will be on sale on the following
dates only: September 13 and 25 and
October 2. 9 and 10.
Ths opening of the Carnival has Un
postponed nntil Friday, September 2dj.
ioc and ujic Quality Outing I-'lanncl at
7 1-2 Cents.
New Full 1'iinti
lit st yr.i'lcs, at
S and 0 Cents.
4 Ply Cotton Ingrain Carpets
at 21 Cents.
1 (M)0 VarJs
Good Heavy I'rciwn Muslin at 5 etS.
Fifty 10-1 Ulankcts..
At 02 Cents.
Men's Black aud Gray Seamless Socks, worth
I2,'-j cents, now on sale at
(lootl i:2? Kid Gloves
Now oil s.ilo at )S CtS.
This is the lit-Nt Ltiy you ever mailt; iu Ladies' Kid
Gloves mi l wo j tnli.t ipticic sale. Ask to see them.
At the Big Store of R. L. QOK & CO.