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Nice Things in
.jwi i Crackers
And Fancy Biscuit best we've
Nabisco 8m what the magazine say
about it.) We have it; nothing finer
Cheese Sandwich "choice, very nice'
Kennedy's Long Branch, tins, 20c
German Sweibach (toast), 10c.
Celecrated Uneda Biscuit, Oyster
ettes, Milk Biscuit, Zu Zu Snaps,
in regular lunch boxes, 5c.
5 pounds Good Cooking Raisins, -
5 pounds Dried Peaches,
pound Good Seeded Raisins,
Q pounds Special Mixed Roast Coffee,
5 pouDds New Black Figs,
15 pounds Rice, - - -
MAINE SUGAR CORN
1 Can, (new stock), - - - 10c
4 Cans Early June Peas, - - 25c
4- Cans String Beans. - 25c
(The above is our special spot cash drive for January only.
Each purchase limited to 4 cans).
White House Grocery.
Only One Piece.
Of Anti-Rusting Tinware will convince
you that there is no tinware made to compare
with it. We have just received another fac
tory shipment containing Wash Boilers, Milk
Pans, .Chamber Pailn, Dippers etc, etc. Every
piece guaranteed against rust for three
years. You take no chances with these
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
8TRAN8KY WARE. GARLAND RANGES,
We have just received a freBh
supply of solid sprays prepared
ready for use.
Complete stock of
We also sell Sulphur, Lime and
Ask for Pamphlet on Spraying;
mailed free on request.
Hair-Riddlo Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
I Buy Anything
THAT YOU HAVE TO SELL
AND THAT SOMEONE ELSE MAY WANT
You may hate some article! among your possessions that you have no use
(or and never will Lave nse (or why not convert them into cash. I pay too
caab tor them. If you are going to move away let me buy y our bouaebold
roods I will give you good prices.
Sewing Macbinea (er rent and (or sale.
CmhIi pitkl ior CjihL Iron.
Ike M. Davis,
Front St. Secend-Hand 8tore
Good Sold on the Installment Plavn.
Mist Maggie Mead visited in Ash
Mrs. J. M. Hunter returned trom
Miss Astella Goodin returned from
Hillsboro Sunday morning.
Mist Maggie Tack of Crescent City it
ting here with her sitter Mrs James
G. F. Billings of Ashland made a
business visit bare last week, returning
Mrs. C. M. Stone Is here (rem Cres
cent City, visiting ber many Grants
Mist Josephine and Ernest Stites
visited here Wednesday and Thursday
of last week.
G. W. Bristow returned Wednesday
morning trom a vl.it to Arkantat. He
bat been absent five weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Woodworth left on
Monday for southern California where
they will makt their horns'.
Miss Carrie George, Postal telegraph
operator at Medford, bat been visiting
friends in Grants Pats this week.
H. T. Kessler, of the Chicago Racket
store, returned last Wednesday evening
from a butinett visit to San Francisco.
Mitt Laura Parker came up from
Glendale Wednesday evening to partici
pate in the benefit concert, returning
F. L. Coron returned on Saturday
from Portland where be bad been attend'
g a meeting of the board of arbitration
of the grand lodge A. O. U. W.
Jeff Roberts, formerly a Southern
Pacific employe here, hat been visiting
Grants Pass lately. He is now engaged
In the stock business at Angels Camp,
TbeS. P. D. & L. office bas been
removed from tht store to the factory
The new book keeper, Mr. Gault hat
assumed his position and is assisted by
Mr. and Mn. Cltude Riddle left on
Friday evening (or Eugene, wh ere Mr
Riddle hat an editorial position on the
Morning Register. Mrs. Riddle ttopped
at Riddles to visit (or a (ew days,
Ralph Stack pole returned this week
from San Francisco where he bas been
receiving instruction in the development
of his artistic talent. He has made
commendable advancement and will
become an artist.
J. W. Fitzpatrick of the Eccentric mine
at Williar! returned to McCloud.Cal.,
accompanied by A. L. Chapman, super
intendent of the McCloud mills, who
bas spent the past five weeks in Jose
M. C. Munson, the Sunday school
missionary, s in town Tuesday after a
visit to Woodville, Winter and other
Evans creek districts. He left in tbe
evening for Wolf Creek, on his return to
Rev. J. M. Hunter, late of Coquille City,
hat accepted a call to the Cbriitian
church, ol tbit city, and will begin his
pastoral services here next Sunday.
Mr. Hunter hae been preaching at eve-
ing services this week and has created
very favorable Impression. He is a
yonng man, having been in the ministry
about five years. Tiding.
8. R. Bristow rel urned on Saturday
from Portland where be bad been
aving artificial limbs fitted, replacing
those lost in bis severe injury on the
railroad. One leg was amputated just
below the knee and the other loot was
cat off, yet with the aid of bis artificial
members, Mr. Bristow is now able to
walk without a cane or other support,
Georgo B. McFarland, coast manager
(or tbe Sunset Telephone company, is
now extending the lines of that coi
pany. Next summer the Sunset line
will be extended to Alturas and then on
to Lakeview. The Sunset bas 3C2
phones In operation in Reno and the
number is increasing daily. Lakeview
Teschers examination is being held
tbis woek at the court house by Super
intendent Lincoln Savage, assisted by
Prof. J. P. McConnelt end Prof. G. A
New Jewelry Firm.
Having bought the jewelry, watches
clocks of the Keesler estate and H
Keesler, I will continue the business at
the old stand and make apecialtv of
Fine Watch Repairing. A share of you
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps
"Delft" Ware, Warranted for 5 Years.
We have this ware in all kitchen utensils, also Blue Enameled
Ware, Graniteware, Tinware, Etc.
We also Handle the Celebrated
Roderick Lean All Steel Harrows
Call and see them.
All kinds of Agricultural Implements, Spray Pumps and
A good assortment of Typewriter Pa
pert in the various weights, also docu
ment covers, carbon. papers at the Coca
Ta Car a Cold la Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refand the mooeylf it fails
totesre. I. W. Urove's signature la
each box. tte.
Broke Through Ice.
While a crowd of Yakima Indians
were driving a band of about 603 ponies
from tbe Washington side of the
Columbia river to The Dalles, which are
to be shipped to the cannery at Linntoo,
near Portland, the ice broke and a large
number of animals fell Into the cold
water of the river near its middle, which
very deep. Many sank to the bottom
of tbe icy waters and were seen no more,
some were rescued at once, while
several remained in the terrible cold
waters for almost an hour covered with
water, all except their beads, before
they were rescued. A large crowd of
citixent watched the work ol rescue from
the river bank.
A basket social waa held on Saturday
evening, Jan. 25, at the Lee dittrict
school house as a closing event of the
term ol school just completed by Miss
Mary Griffith. The social was a success
in every way, the net" proceeds amount-
g to $8.60.
Selling Out ai. Cost
All of Our Tinware, Graniteware, Crockery, and Glassware.
Read these Prices:
C. E. Social.
A very pleasant business and social
meeting waa held by tbe Presbyterian
Cbirttiaa Endeavor society on Tuesday
evening at tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs,
H. C. Kinney. In spite of the stormy
evening, there was a large attendance of
members and friends of tbe society
The following program of entertainment
was given and thoroughly enjoyed :
...tula Howard. Edward VanDyk
Vocal Hole Ueo Craiue
Trombone Solo Ted Palmer
Lillian Kourke, tiussie Parker
Piano Solo Marjorie Kinney
Vocal Solo Mies Wui
After tbe program the remainder
the time waa enjoyed lu games an
social pleasure, everyone enjoying It
evening to the utmost.
Ca'pt. S. Albert! gave a lecture and
ttereopticon entertainment on Friday
evening at the opera house under tbe
auspices of tbe Masons. There was a
good attendance. The lecture was
given in a very graphic manner and wat
highly interesting, more especially as
the captain bad himself experienced the
condition! and scenes that he described.
Many of the scenes were very fine. He
alto showed moving pictures, having an
attachment for that purpose on the
stereopticon. On Saturday evening, he
gave another lecture and entertainment
more particularly for thb benefit of the
Dance o-t Greenback.
A grand ball will be given at the
Greenback hall, Friday evening, Feb
ruary 21, 1902. Music will be furnished
by Demaree'a orchestra. Prixes will be
given for the best gentleman and lady
waltxers. Tickets, including supper
$1.50. Supper will be given by C. W.
Ash.le.nd Oil Well.
The well of the Southern Oregon Oil
Co. has obtained a depth of 1000 (eet
and tbe drill is making fair progress,
with indications which tbe officials claim
ate more encouraging for striking oil
than at any previous stage of the drill
ing. There hat been expended in round
figures (14,000. Of this amount $8,000
was paid (or machiuery and equipment,
and $0,000 has been used (or payment
of labor, fuel and incidental expenses in
sinking 1600 feet. Numerous accidents
have been expensive and occasioned
vexatious delays. Tbe directors are
anxiout to sink at least 500 feet more,
and it it expected the stockholder! will
not allow a suspension of the work.
Ground Hog De.y.
I-aat Sunday, February 2, was
"Ground Hog" day. At times during
the day he might have "teen hie
shaddcr" if he had looked.
There will be a club dance at the
opora house Thursday evening. Music
by "The Six."
Only the happy wearer of these Bhirts can
appreciato their real goodness of quality
and fit. Lavish assortment of patterns;
sonic quiet, some pretty loud. $1.25
Shirts and good values at that too. Your -choice
$3 Cents....; -
Soo North Show Window. 4 , . . ."
P. H. Harth & Son.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BOYS' CLOTHING.
Wash Bowl and Pitcher fi 50
6 Cups and Saucers, decorated 75c
6 Cups and Saucers, scrolled 65c
6 Cups and Saucers, plain 50c
6 Dinner Plates, decorated 75c
6 " " scrolled 65c
6 " " plain soc
Large decorated Vegetable Dishes. 33c
Glass Water Sets, decorated 1 75
Copper Bottom Wash Boiler I 20
48 Clothes Pins
targe Iron Wagon 2 35
Lamp, complete 75c
Bird Seed, 3 pkgs
All Copper Tea Kettles 1 35
Granite Tea Kettle 60c
A guaranteed Wringer 1 50
Cobbler's Outfit 1 05
Double Wash Board 40c
2 Gal. Jars 50c
Mrs Potts 3 Set Irons . 1 25
Flour Sieves 14c
1 Qt. Measures 7c
12 Qt. Heavy Milk Tail 43c
Ax, complete 1 00
Steel Carpenter Hammer, ' 50c
Large Galvanized Tubs 85c
Medium Galvanized Tubs 75c
Bird Cages 1 25
1 Gal. Oil Cans 30c
We havo 10,000 different things
we aro sollinff
numerous to mention vhicl
out at actual cost. Call at tho Chicago Racket Store nnd bo convinced that wo mean
what wo say. If you want to havo your pick of these goods call while tho stock is
Chicago Racket Store
Your choice of any Comic Valentino in the storo free with each 25c purchase,
Mr. Cords Is e. Member.
D. A. Cords writes as follows (rum
San Francisco to K. L. Cot :
Learning that our townsmen h
formed an association under the name
of Board of Trade of Grants Pats, we beg
leave to join the nor, Enclosed piease
find cheque (or $5.60, being entrance fee
and first months dues. We shall lu tbe
near future have a very attractive ex
hibit of our goods there. Trusting that
tbit enterprise will meet the success it
deserve, we are Yours Very Truly,
Pacific Pin Niskli Co. Inc.
D. A. Cords. Pret.
TKavt Merlin Smelter.
The report of tbeir being a move
ment to establish a smelter at Merlin,
seems to be groundless. F. W, Bcbaef
ler, "Skookum the Trapper," it will be
remembered waa secretary of the "meet
ing". Such sensational reports have a
reflex action injurious to tbt country
and should be nailed down as toon tt
Go to Coron (or Plumbing.
Jessie Shirley next week.
M. Clement, Prescription Druggii
Nice clean, warm rooms at the Home
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Milling and assaying accurately and
promptly done by A. J. Pike of the
Grants Pass quartz mills.
Dr. Findley has installed telephones
at his oilice and bis residence. Office
number, 201 ; residence, 17.
A Isrge quantity of lumber which was
spilled in tbe Hugo freight wreck was
brought bora, sorted and reloaded this
Thirty-five new members were initi
ated on Thursday night into the Rose-
burg lodge of Elks. The large majority
of these were from Jackson county.
Last Sunday was Christian Endeavor
day and the Presbyterian society, as is
tbeir yearly custom, held their prayer
meeting at 7 o'clock in the morning.
A dispatch (rom Sofia, Bulgaria, says
the ransom of Miss Ellen M. Stone and
her companion hat bean paid to the
brigands and that the captives have
E. G. Holman lias purchased a half
Interest in the Sharp Bros, placer mine
on Powell creek and will again engage
I mining, The owners are all ready
(or piping when they have water.
Two trays dill of finger rings set with
different colored stones, marked at (rom
$1 to $1.50 each will be told at 50 cents
while they last at Letchur'i in Kessler's
James Neill, an actor, balked In the
midst ol initiation into the order of
Elks at Spokane and refused to proceed.
He was struck with a stuffed club and
refused to submit to the "iudiguity."
Senator Mitchell's Indian War vet
eran bill, which provides pensions for
the survivors of the Cayuse and other
Pacific Northwestern wars, baa been
favorably reported to the senate.
A pretty little brown dog belonging
to Walter Rowley was killed by the
passenger train baturdsy. lie wat
under the train when it started out
(rom the depot and was nipped by tbe
Curtis A Co. Wa'chn-skers, and
Jewelers carry a complete slock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Ail
kinds ol repairing done. Allwork
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
Congress has been asked to postpone
the proposed exposition at St. Louis
until 1004 The riquesl comes (rom the
managers, who think foreign countries
ill be better represented if the fair it
Annies of incorporation ofthefilen
dale Lumber Company were filed with
tbe Secretary of State at Kalem last week
The object set lorth is lo manufacture
and deal in lumber at Glendale, Dmilaa
county, and the capital stock ol $.VI,0M0
is divided into shares of $1 each. Syl
vester Car, John M. Stewart and G. N
Borkart are the incorporators of record,
The Lakeview Examiner tells of
boy wbose.leg will need to be amputated
to save bis life. Tbe Exsminer says
' His right ankle became sort (rom to
constant rubbing of the boot while
skating, and tbe colored bote bt wore
adhered to the wound and poisoned th
member. Blood poisoning followed
and the patient it hovering between
Jessie Shirley Company.
This popular company needs no Intro
duction or recommendation in this city.
They have been here before and the
mere statement that they will be here
next week is sufficient to Insure them
Until sold I will take half price for the
pectacles and eye glasses to close out
the old stock to make room (or other
goods. Alfred Letcher at Kessler's.
Advertised Letter Liat.
Following is the list of letters remain
ing uncalled for In the Grants Pass post-
office, Saturday, Feb. 1,1002:
Clark, K, Miller, Geo. O,
Hector, U W, I.ind, Uus,
Norton, J It,
Miller, R R 3,
Tobler, II G,
Wiggins, John I.,
WILLIAMS In this city. Friday. Jan.
31, 1U02, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wil
liams, a son.
PERRON In Berthoud, Colo., Jan. 2.1,
muz, lour, anu airs. t. u. rerson.a
CARVER In Medford. Jan. 30, 1!H)2,
to Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Carver, a son.
MERRIMAN In Mmlford, Jan. 29,
m)2, to Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Msrriman,
Unlucky 13 is lucky at the Coi'iiikx
office this month for a splendid fountain
pen goes with each 13th subscription
receipt written (or $1 or more. Not
only that but subscriptions will be re'
ceived at the rate of $1 if paid in ad'
vanre. All arrears must he paid at re-
gulur rate. Lot us write your receipt
today. $1 pays for oue year, $2 pays lor
E. C. IIahmon, P. M.
ANDltUS WHITMAN At Medford,
Jan. 27, 1U02. Major R. 1). Andrus and
Mrs. S. M. Whitman, by Rev. W. II.
STINSON-DAILY-In Medford, Jan.
30, 1U02, O. E. Stinson and Mica
Nannie Daily, by Rev. W. II. Moore.
HALLEY At Medford, Jan. . 1!K)2.
son ol Air. and Mrs, W. L. Ilalley
aged 10 days.
LAWTO.N At Medford, Jan. 30.1002
Mrs. fcugenia I.. Lawlon, aged 44
years and 20 days.
The benefit concert given laBt Wednea
day evening by Josef Mueller, ansistud
by local musicians and vocalists, was
a gratifying success In .every particular
and one of the most enjoyable en
tertaiuments which have ever been liivei
to our people, i.very number was ex
ceedingly well rendered. "The Six
orchestra added to then- well established
reputation for pleasant and melodious
music. Vocal solos were given by
Misses Meade, White nnd Parker an
by E, C. Suinan, a duet by Cramer Brut,
and a quartet by Prof, and Mrs. Young
Mrs. Denison and J. II. Williams. In'
strumentul numbers wore given by Miss
Laura Parker and Mian Winnie Flana
gun. Recitations were given by Hoymou
Marvin and Miss May Sutton. M
losef Mueller convulsed the uudicnce
by his comic ongi and speeches. Tli
piano solos oy vyinulo l-laiiagan were
eapucially enjoyed. Her skill Is, wonder
fill for one so young. Mr. Marvin, in
difliuult selection displayed a high
degree of elocutionary talent.
Great credit is due Mr. Mueller (or
the entire success of the entertainment
and its beneficent purpose. Mr. Mueller
compliments Grants Pans people very
highly in their musical talent, saying
that seldom in many years of giving
concerts has he been assisted by so great
a nu in her of first class artists as at Ibis
The net returns of the concert were
M 40 to be applied for the benefit of
little Hoi lie Frazfer, who was so severely
burned a few weeks ago.
A Shirt Tale
Boevrd of Trad.
On Tuesday morning a meeting of the
Board of Trade of Grants Pass was held
in the City hall for the purpose of adopt
ing by-laws (or tbe organisation. The
following are among the more Im
portant features ol the by-laws as
Membership is not limited to male
cititens. Anr person may become a
member on majority vote of the board
of directors and sinning constitution
and by-lu ws.
Officers shall lie elected for one year
by majority vote by ballot.
Meetings will be called on request of
five members. The regular meetings ol
the board of trade will be held on the
second Tuesdays of January and July.
The hour of meeting will be 9 :30 a. m.,
thounh the president and secretary may
specify tome other hour when desirable.
Notice of meeting tball bo tent by mall
and in case ol special meetings the
object shall be stated. Nine members
shall constitute a quorum at the general
The board ol director! actt ai ex
ecutive board, exercising general super
vision over tbe affairs of the organization
and conducting all business in the In'
terlm between meetings. Vacancies
in office or in the board ol directurt
may be filled by the board of director!,
Four members of the board ot direct'
ors shall constitute a quorum (or the
transaction of business; provided, that
a majority ol tue wtioie Doaru man
be necessary to disburse the fundi or
incur indebtednest, - Tbe duet are 60
cents per month, payable monthly.
Any member six months In arrears
may bt dropped on giving 30 dayt
notice. If he payi the amount due he
may be reinstated on majority vote of
the board ol director!.
Tbe by-lawi may be amended or re
scinded by two-thirds vote of the mem
be n present at any regular or special
meeting, notice of the propoted change
having been given 30 days previously
VyORKEKS-I want one good worker in
every community lor about (our
weeks. There la xood monev in it if vou
are willing to rustle. I want a good person
lor each of the following places: Merlin,
(.eland, Wol( Creek, Wiluerville, Dryden,
L' UT.I.Ja I.I 1, , 1 .
nona, Placer, ualice. If you want to work
write immediately, giving (Irants Pass mi
nces. A. ooauiis.
TIOUHKKEEPKa (or family
ta ul,.r .,! Kvi l,il,ln.n 1
1? preferred. No hard work and rea
sonably good wages paid. Write for
references to I.elaiid postmaster.
W. J. Kti, Leland, Ore.
INTEI.LIGKNT young men, from 17 to
10 years of aire, bavins common school
education, to learn mechanical trades.
rur full Intorniatiun apply or write to
Union Iron Works, 222 Market bt. San
MALL hand printing press with type,
A cood residence
-iV main street cheap,
inquire at this oitlce.
lot 60x100 on north
QUARTZ mine on Mt lteulien, one mile
trom the Lawrence mine, 10 miles
Iroiu l.eland. There la an open cut of SO
feel In length hy ao (eet in depth, expos
ing a vein of over 4 feet wide assaying $30
per ton. An arrastre is now being put up
on the property. This properly can be
purchased at a reasonahlo price now. In-
A ui re at this otllce or call or address J. W.
Lades, Leland, Ore
TAK K your wheel to Cramer Bros, for
. County.Treasurere Notice.
Notice la herobr given that .there are
fundi in the county treasury for the
following warrants, protested to Jan.
lit, 1804. Interest on same will cease
(rom this date Jan, 8th 1902, Not
One ol the most pleasant social events
of the season occurred at the hospitable
borne ol Mr. and Mrs. II. C Kinney, on
the occssion ol the 81st birthday ol Mrs.
Winch, a loved and honored member of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union. That society met at 2:30 p. m.,
and proceeded to her home In a body,
taking Mrs. Winch and ber sitter Mrs
Truax completely by lurprite. Alter
congratulation! and convenation were
Indulged in lor a time, Rev. McDougall
arose and with well chosen remarks
presented a token ol remembrance to
Mn. Winch on behalf ol tht onion.
Mn. Winch respouded in her usual
pleasing manner. Mr. McDougall was
followed by Rev. Leslie and Rtv. Rosser
with appropriate remark!, altir which
the entire' company proceeded out ot
doors to pose while ths president manlp
ulaeed the camera. The remainder ol
the afternoon was tptnt with long and
conversation. Mrs. Truax, a temer-1
ance worker frmn Cambridge, Mass.,
lending added Interest by telling of
successful woik agaiuat the liquor traffic.
Dainty refreshments were strved and
tht company dispersed after tinging a
number ol (avorite hymns, leaving a
host of good wishes behind them and
bearing in tbeir hearta the remembrance
of an afternoon woll tpent.
134 324 275 374 380 402
201 158 675 44 178 321
273 375 413 417 421 156
2:15 602 182 310 270 439
403 432 350 172 407 4IHI
33H 310 207 377 378. 434
3:0 162 470 600 347 311
250 370 M . 4.tS 334 176
471 84 3 312 170 8H0 277
431 333 307 440 844 101
2:t8 40U 252 437 202 383
387 177 282 442 3U1 SIM)
4:10 413 188 4.15 335 209
173 242 348 407 812 . 454
470 325 204 100 lufl 340
200 135 404 480 ' 328 203
224 380 441 145 155 401
480 J. T. TATLoa,
Treat. Josephine County, Ore.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice It hereby given that under
and by virtue ol ao order ol the County
Court ol the Stat ef Oregon lor Jose
phine County, mad on the 6th day of
February, 1002, Monday the 10th day
ol March, 1002, at 10 o'clock a. m. ol
said day, at the Court House in the
city of Grants Pass, Oregon, bas been
fixed by said court as tbe time and place
for bearing objections to said final ac
count ol the undersigned, Harry T.
K easier, executor of the estate ol Joseph
Kessler, deceased, and all pertooi hav
ing interest In laid estate shall present
their objection! to the filial account ol
the undersignid, which was filed in
said court on the 6th day of February,
1002, on or before laid 10th day ol
March, 1002. HaubY T. Kidblih,
Executor ol tbe estate ol Joseph
Scott Griffin bandies Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa teed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tim
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley.
'Corn, Wheat, Oats..
R. L. Coe & Co.-The Big Store
We aro now showing'sur coni)lotostock of
Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes for Spring.
Never boforo havo wo been alio to show
THE STYLES A. 1ST ID VALUES AT..THE PRICES.
Ladies fine Vici Kid, $1.50
Ladies King. Calf, $1.50
Ladies fine Rang. Calf, ex
tension sole, $t, $2.3$.
Ladies fine Vici Kid Shoe,
best value in America, all
new lasts at $ 2.50.
Ladies heavy soled, kid
lined Shoe; the very Ix-st
wet weather fine shoe for
the price to be found on
the market at 2.75.
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u-- . . 4: ..
Babies Shoes, sizes o to 5
25c. 55c, 50c, 75c, $1
School Shoes in kid and
5 to ft. 75ci 8) to 12, $1,
I) to 2. $1.23.
The Lmie Red School
House Shoe, all. styles, sizes
and materials, one of the
best known and best made
shoes in tbe United States.
3 to 8.' $1.2 3 8 to 12, .$1.50
13 to 2.; $1.73.
Men's "America" Shoe, warranted all Solid, at $1.50. Men's heavy solod Congress and,Laco Shoo, soft, fine ;
uj.per, cap or plain toe, at $2.00. Men's lino Croino Kid.heavy broad soles, at $2.50. Boy9 all solid heavy school ;
and work shoe, exceptional value, $1.60. , Boys' "Whito Oak Shoo," wade to wear, at $1.75 and.OO.