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40 Pounds New Petite Prunes $1.00
. Fancy Evaporated Dried Apples, 12 pounds 11.00.
Navel Orangcs,(small but sweet) per doz., 15c.
Heardsley's Shredded Codfish, very fine, 15c.
Heinz Apple Butter (it's good).
Our Tomatoes are all strictly new stock and all good.
In Corn we are selling Maine Sugar Corn (new) at the
same price as the common.
Good Standard Peas and Beans, 3 cans for 25c.
Oystern, TolMisteim, Shrimps
Whole Codfish, Boneless Codfish, Mackerel, Salmon
Belly, Smoked Herring, Salt Herring.
May's Garden Seeds FREE while they last (ask about
White House Grocery.
AgentsChase & Sanborn Coffees and
For Another Year
Our lino of Bicycles will be the well tried
which has given such excellent satisfaction.
The 1902 models aro now, on exhibition and
show the same strong features which have
made these wheels such favorites. Cactus
Tires on all Hartfords and Colurubias.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Union Lock Poultry Fencing.
Diamond Mesh Poultry Netting.
1-Inch Mesh for Hal bit Fence.
Barbed and Plain Wires.
Iliiir-lliddic Hardware Co.
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps
"Delft" Ware, Warranted for 5 Years.
We have tin's ware in all kitchen utensils, also Blue Enameled
Ware, Graniteware, Tinware, Etc.
We also Handle
Roderick Lean All Steel Harrows
Call and see them.
All kinds of Agricultural Implements, Spray rumps nnd
Don't Ruin Your
Cheap Glasses and badly fitted frames cause headache and pre
mature loss ol sight. Let me test your eyes without charge and
fit you with a pair of glasses that will Keep Your Eyu Younj.
A full stock of Watches, solid gold and filled cases. Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.
Fine Watch Repairing a specialty.
Front 8l., Next to TiUot hotel. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
Upton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
Guaranteed to Equal Any $100
L. KING. Gen. Ail.
218 Stnionit fit,
With Poor Glasses
F. W. Chausse returned Irom Portland
Mr C. L. Bloom returnid Monday
craning from Eugene.
Mis Ellis Hrizile went to Medford
Tuesday lor a brief visit.
Ed Hubbard ipent Wednesday in
to wo from Love' atation.
D. F. Mathews, ot Wolf Creek, made a
viait to Grant 1'aa Monday.
E.B.Brown want to Portland Mon
day evening on a business trip.
W. M Htfiing of Merlin was in town
Wednesday on a business visit.
Traveling Conductor P. H. Tynan was
here Monday in official capacity.
A. H. Carson went to Central Toint
Tuesday to inspect nursery stock.
Mrs. C. J. 8inythe visited Gold II ill
Sunday returning Monday evening.
Mr. and Mri K. A. Robey returned
last week from an abseuce in California.
Mr. and Mra. Ed, Binns, of Medford,
are visiting relatives in Grants Pass this
A. B. Croasman of Portland arrived
bere Monday to look alter mining
Dr. C. R. Ray of Gold Hill, the well
nown mins operator, was in town on
Mr. J. V. Layn returned to Med
ford Thursday morning altar a visit with
friend in Grants Pass.
Mr. E. A. Sberwin of Asbland was
bere Friday on business connected with
the order L O.T. M.
Mrs. J. 0. Booth went to Wolf Creek
Sunday to visit, with her daughter, Mis.
E. E. Dunbar.
Mils F. A. Hayden returned last
Wednesday from Oakland, Cal , after
an absence of two weeks.
Fred Cheshire wpnt to Portland
Saturday to lake temporary situation
In the railway mail leryice.
Tboa. II. Simpson, of Ashiand, re
turned home Monday after a visit bere
with the family of A. W. Silaby.
J. II. Ackerman, state superintendent
ot schools, and Mr. Moulton of Baker
City ware in Grant Pass Monday.
Mr. and Mra. T. P. Cramer and little
Arthur went to Asbland Wednesday to
ttend tb district C. E. convention.
Mrs. R. P. Neil, who has been
visiting hare at the home of Mrs W. E.
Dean, returned to Asbland Monday.
Presiding Elder D. T. Buramerville
was In Asbland Sunday and held
quarterly meeting at the M. E. church.
A. B. Cornell returned Tuesday from
several days absence at Newbere.
hither be was called by tbe serious
illness of bis mother.
A.H.Lewis came in on FiMayfrom
Williams where be has been working
on tunnel contract from Longlellow &
Co., operators of tbe Sunrise mine.
Mrs. C. J. and Miss Zella Kurth went
to Jacksonville Tuosday, Mrs. Kurth
having so far recovered from her veiy
severe illness a to be abla to undertake
Tbe Goldm Drift Mining Co. has
purchased land for a site for t be Rogue
river dam which will be constructed
during the coming summer to furnish
water for tbe Dry Diggings.
Geo. A. Cole, ot Farming'on, Mo.
presideut of tbe Victory Mining com
pany, arrived in town last week and has
been inspecting the company's proper
ties at Glendale and on Soldier creek
with Manager Walter de Yarila.
Mrs. Geo. II. Paletborpe anddaugh
ter, Miss Mabel,, ot Ashland, left on
Wednesday last for Rockford, Mich.
and will be absent several months,
Tbey will also visit at Greenville, Mich,
their former home.
Hon. J. 0. Booth, of Grants Pass,
passed through bere Tuesday on bis way
to Jacksonville. Mr. Booth is spoken of
the democralio nominee for county
judge ot Josephine county. There are
but a few better men for any office than
John Boolb, and if nominated be will be
elected Medford Enquirer.
E. L. Cass arrived thi week from
Saniner, Iowa, to remain permanently,
J. K. and C. D. Cass and Mr. E. L,
and Mr. 8. F. Cans, with thoir resiK'C
tive families, will be here in about three
weeks in the Rapid Transit Co' private
car, "Coronet" and will remain bere
perhaps two weeka.
Wm. Bybeo, while crossing Evans
Creek a few days ago, had an interest
ing experience. The auimal be was
driving became obstreperous while in
tbe stream and narrowly escaped drown
ing, while the buggy was badly damaged
and it contents lost. Col. Bybee
reached the shore tale'y, but with cod
aiderable difficulty. Jacksonville Times,
Engineer B.C. Morris, who has been
running on the overland between this
city and Grant Pas for the past four
years will hereafter handle the throttle
on tbe Roseburg Portland overland, tak
ing Engineer Nichols' old run, who has
charge of a local rua made vacant by
the death of Engineer Wm. White.
Mr. and Mr. Adolpb Hoterinund, ol
Montague, with their little daughter,
Dorothy were in Portland this week,
whtie Mr. Rtu round a in attenda cs
at the trial of a railroad case. Their
two boys, Mavnard and Norman,
stayed here at tb home of their grand
parenta, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paddm k
Mr. and Mrs. KolermunJ stopped over
hare Wednesday on their retnrn to
Winter Food for Hena.
Hen deprived of green foods will not
lay as well a when their needs in this
direction ar attended to. All the
turnip, beet, carrot and roots cl all
kinds, large and small should be saved
and given them. These vegetables and
btrh are good for poultry, cows and
bogs; they are a good substitute for
green food for bens. Peelings of pota
toes, turnip and vegetables of all kinds,
including apple peelings, should be
saved for tbe poultry. Cot op En and
boiled and mixed with mash feed for the
fowl, this forniana them a plndid
food. Such laving will be worth a
dollar a bushel this winter, sod will do
the hen more good than tbey could tbe
boj-s, if fed to them. Pacific Farmer.
...There is Uo
rom the evidence of your
stock and learn the prices your
your trading here. If you
ine (and our line is a big one)
you at cheap rates.
Here aro some items prepared expressly for you:
Granite Tea Kettle
A guaranteed Wringer
Double Wash Board
2 Gal. Jars
Mrs Potts 3 Set Irons .....
Flour Sieves . . '
1 Qt. Measures
12 Qt. Heavy Milk Pail
Steel Carpenter Hammer
Large Galvanized Tubs
Medium Galvanized Tubs
1 Gal. Oil Cans
Double bladed axes
Granite wash basin
' " "
This does not include all
chcaD wo have barcains on
supply your wants.
k ess ler's, Chicago Racket Store.
j u L j U U U U J LU J U l I
Dr. Lowe is coming.
Go to Coron for Plumbing.
1902 Bicycles at Cramer Bros.
Lime and cement at J. Wolke'.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druenil ,
Bean's spray pumps at Cramer Bros.
A splendid line ot Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Buy a Roderick .Lean all steel
Harrow. For sale by J. Wolke.
The Hair-Riddle Hardware Co. is
putting in a neat plate glass (rout.
Dr. Lowe, the optician, has been
coming to Grants Pass over 10 year.
New spring dress skirts at Mra. Reh-
kopf's. A special value at $1.50.
Musical selections by tbe St. Patricks
siring band at the St. Patrick's social.
W. G. Gowland has been elected cap
tain of Co. II, Ashland , vice Wm. Grubb,
Capt. Draper, manager for the Waldo
Smelting A Mining Co., was in town
The 8. P. D. A L.
Co. is putting in a
near Cole on the
give a St. Patrick's
large lumber plant
Azalea Circle will
social on the evening of March 14, at the
The ladieaot the Presbyterian church
will give a dim social in the church
parlor next Tuesday evening, March 11.
Now is the time to prune and spray
your orchard. We have the tools and
all else yon need to do it. Cramer Bros.
A freight wreck at Ruckles, a station
near Myrtle Ureek, delayed luesday
morning's passenger train about four
Walter' Harmon has purchased an
interest in the Hanan livery stable on K
street. He will retain his position in
in the post office for several week yet.
R. L. Coe A Co, have moved their
office up stair in order that tbe whole
extent of their flour space may be avail
able to accommodate their large and
ever increasing mercantile business.
It ia better to be aure than sorry
about your eyes. The aure way ia to
see Dr. Iowe. His glasses touch tbe
spot. Consultation free.
Thoso who failed to secure souvenir
hatchets at the "Little Ha Ichet" social
may now receive them en application
at Cramer Bios, store.
The drama, "Miles Standish" is to be
presented soon by students of the Grant
Pass high school. The proceeds will lie
used toward the school library.
A. E. Voorbies is now manager for
the GranU Pass opera bouse. Contracts
may be made with him and the keys will
be found at the Cocrikh ofllce.
T. K. Croxton has commenced the
erection of a neat dwelling on II street
near Gilbert creek. Mr. and Mr. Gault
expect to occupy the residence on com
Miss Helen St. I-oun entertained a
nuruherof her friend at liar home, on
Tuesday evening ami a very delightful
social evening wa enjoyed by all who
Curtis A Co' Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a complete stock ol
Watches, .Clock and Jewelry. All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
Terry's Uncle Tom's Cabin Co gave a
splendid performance at the Olympia
last night. Kva and Topsy especially
giod Cincinnati Inquirer. At the
lirants Pass p ra house, March 13.
A landslide and freight wreck near
Delta, a station south of Dunsmuir, on
Sunday caused serious delay to traffic.
delaying trains more than 24 hours
Sunday evening's passenger train, No.
10, due bere at 8 p. in., did not reach
her till about 8 o'clock Monday evening.
Scott Griffin handle Ashland flonr,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy aeed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa. Tim
otby Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats..
Tarry' Uncle Tom's Cabin abow
Tuesday evening, entertained our
cltiiens and surrounding community.
The street parade in the afternoon, tb
music from the band, and tb entire ex
hibltion from beginning to end were
good. Tbey were greeted with a good
audience and their return bere in th
future would be gladly welcomed by
the public. It ia a pleasure to do
business with such a company Visitor,
Alexis, III. At tbe Grant Pas Opeia
bouse, March 13. ,
senses, and when you fog our
senses will tell you to do
are needing anything in our
como in and wo will supply
the articles we aro selling
every side. Uomo and let us
Take your eyes to Dr. Lowe.
Dr. Lowe' glasses strengthen the eyes
New line of Walking skirls at Mra.
Terrya "Uncle Tom' Cabin" will be
here on March 13th.
Be sure to look over Mra. Kuhkopl'a
new line of hats.
Hartford Bicycles, fitted with Cactus
Tires for 135.00 at Cramer Bros.
If yon have a camera to Bell, see
Voorhies he will take it off your hands.
Kodak at Tbe Courier ofllce.
Win a prize with your Kodak $1000
in pri xes offered. See Voorhies about it
Bean Spray Pumps, bamboo extern
sion rods and spray nozzle at Cramer
Feurteen maid and bachelors will
tell why they never married, at the
St. Patrick' Day social.
Rev. John Dawson of Roseburg will
bold service in St.
Don't forget that
Stransky Steel ware
Lukes church on
March 5, at 7:30
and J.isk's Ar.ti
Rusting Tinware are all guaranteed and
old by Cramer Bros.
Next week Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, March tbe lOlh, 11th, and
12ib, Dr. Lowe the well known oculo-
optician will be in Hotel Josephine,
you value your eye have him Ut thuiu
lerry's uncle loin' (Jautn Uo. gave
the best presentation of Uncle Tom
ever given in this city. Harrisonville,
Mo., Republican. At the Grant Pass
Opera bouse, March 13.
A hobo giving hi name as James
Clarkson was arraigned injustice Hoi
man' court Wednesday morning under
the charge ot stealing hats from K. C
Dixon' store. Mr. Dixon had received
a new stock of hats on Monday and had
nncased them In the rear of the store
building. Clarkson was gathering junk
in the alley back of the store Tuesday
morning and evidently entered the store
through the back door and helped him
self to two boxes ol bat. He discarded
the boies in the alley and put the hats
in a sack which he hil under the Sugar
Pine ware bouse, first selling one of the
bats to I. M. Davis for 25 cent. Mr,
Davis noticing the Dixon mark on the
bat, called Mr. Dixon' attention to the
matter. The latter bad noted the
absence of the bate and, searching tho
alley, found the boxes. The man wa
watched for and quickly Secured bv
Olllcers Patrick and Itsndle. He owned
op to the hats and revealed their hiding
place, but claimed he found them in th
alley. Ha was held to await tho action
of the circuit court. Clarkson is
cocaine fiend and a very degrad
To Cure a Cold In a Day
Take I. native I'.romo Quinine Tablet
All drug gists refund the luoueyif it fail:
to cure. K. W. Urove'a signature is
each box. 2V-.
C. E. Social.
The Presbyterian C. K. society he!
a business and social meeting and sem
annual election of cllkers on Tuesd
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs
T. F. CroiUin. The following officers
were elected: president, W. L. Ireland
vice-president, Kthel liartletl ; secretary
and treasurer, Osyth Croxton.
the close of the business rneuting
most pleasant time was enjoyed, I.st
in the evening, tho company imlulgi
in an old lashioned candy pull an
revelled in sweetness. All remaine
until a late hour and enjoyed the eve
ing to the utmost.
Kodak films fresh every week at the
Would Hiuaali Hi Chili.
II members of the "Hay Fever As
sociation" would use Dr. King's New
Discovery fur Consumption, the club
would go to pieues, for it always cure
this malady, and Asthma, the kind that
bsfil'K the doctors it wholly drives
from th svstem. Thousands of ouce
hopeless sufferers (rom Consumption,
Pneumonia, lironchitia, owe their lives
and health to it. It conquer Grip,
saves little ones Irom Croup and Whoop
ing Cough and ia pesitively guaranteed
tor all Throat and Lung troubles, 50c,
fl. Trial botlle free at Dr. Kremer's.
To Mining Men.
A good prospect In a good district.
Home development; two feet ot Hood Iree
milling or in fac of drift; good cabin,
blacksmith, tools, etc. Will be sold at
a positive bargain. Address
II. It. Bkiwh,
Is care ol Layloo Hotel.
Menelay Concert Co,
The Meneley quartette of Chicago will
be bere on Wednesday and Thursday
and will give concerts at the Opera
house. The entertainments are given
under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon
League and are in the interest of pro
hibition. The quartette has a widespread
reputation for exce'lence and is the only
one of its kind in the Unked States.
Tbe following personi compose tbe
company; Mies Ivanetta Joiner, so
prano; Miss Hazel Meneley, alto; W,
Eugene Knox, tonor and impersonator;
Walter Menelev, basso and manager.
Prohibition County Convention.
Tbe Jojepliine county prohibition
convention will be bald at Grant Pars
on Friday, March Tih at 10 a. m , in the
court hou-e. It i hoped the Meueley
will be in atlcndance and help to make
it a splendid nieces. A full county
ticket will be placed in the field. It
will be a mass convention and every
prohibitionist in the county is earnestly
requested to attend. State Secretary
0. Miller writes that be will be
present at the convention.
Theie will be a meeting of all persons
interested iu socialism, at Ablf'a hall
on Tuesdav evening March 11, for tbe
purpose of choosing representatives to
the slate and congressional conventions
be held on March 19 and 20 at
'ortlaud and Oregon City.
Azalea circle initiated several candl-
stes last Monday evening. Refresh
ments were served and under the order
of social entertainment, the member
enjoyed parlor games and music and
had a very pleasant evening.
Secretary Ilaer in Aehltxnd.
The visit ol John Willis Baer, interna-
ional secretary ot the Christian Endea
vor bociety.Mo Asbland, Wednesday
March 5th, will be the occasion of dis
trict convention of tho societies of South
ern Oregon. Wednesday, at 12 :30o'clock,
lunch will be served to all Kndeavorers
at the Preshvterian church.
There will be an altoruoon and an
veiling session. Urania Pass is rep
resented by T. P. Cramer, who give an
address in the afternoon and a solo In
The ladies ot tho Relief Corps will
ive a rummage eulo in the near future
and expect to solicit from every one.
Please eavo all your old clothing, rubbish
of all kindB and damaged goods for them,
for you will be called upon.
Advertised Letter List.
Following is the listot letters remain
ing uncalled lor in the Grant Pass post-
oflice, Saturday, March I, l'J02:
Ilabcock, Mrs V, Lee, Mr Margret,
Brooks, J M, Iterry, J O,
Collings, K, (lorsline, W M,
i'erry, G C,
V.. C. 11.U1MON, P. M.
In the list ol American millionaires
published in thn World Almanac for
1002, Oregon is credited with 11. , They
sreMrB. Hosa F. lluriell. II. W. Cor-
belt, estate Van B. He Lafluuut, estate
l.eary bre-n, Jacob Kamin, Amos King,
W. M.I.adl, J. W. Ladd, estute 0. 11
lis, . K, Hnnth, estate D. P.
riiompsou, Henry Weiuliard, Kichard
William and Theodore II. Wilcox.
Washington is credited wilh 10 million
Stops The Coiinh end Works
off the Cold. ,
Laxative llronio (Julnilie Tablets cure
ild In one day. No Cure. No Par.
St. Patrick's Day Be.ll.
On the niH'ht of Ht. Patrick's Day,
March 17, a grand ball will be given at
the Opera house by "Thn Six" orcheS'
tra. It will lo made olio of the bust
dancing events of the season.
A reception was given on Thursday
evening at the Woodmen hall in honor
of Ko'-irtt Slites, piior to his return
hoine to Williams. There were about
110 invited miests, of whom the young
friends ol M r. Mites constituted a large
majority. 'Micro was a brief though
very enjoyalilo program of entertain1
ment, consisting of an instrumental
hint by K. H. Van Dyke and Miss Kills
lluunr.l, a recitation by Mies Pearl
Cunningham, an nd lrers by Dennis II
Stovall, remarks by Dr. I.eslio and a
farewell speech by Robert Htites,
After thn program, games weie thn
order ol 1 1 10 t veuing and later, supper
was served and enjoyed by all.
A Mountain of Arsenic,
John T. Davis ami his associates have
Uncovered a mountain ol arsenic In a
tango .ill miles southeast of lacoma.
lit in is claimed to bo the first important
body of arsenic ever found in America.
The simply heretofore has como Irom
Cornwall. The United Slates now im
port neaily $1 ,! Hi, () worth yearly.
Thn Ice of .Nagglntf
Clou Is the happiness of the home, hut
a iii'itimt woman often nee la help.
She may be so m ivoos and run-down
in hralth that tiitb s aiumy her. If she
is m-i'sncholv, excitable, troubled with
loss ol ajip' tite. headache, sleeplessness,
conslipaiion or fainting and dizy Siells,
she needs Klectric Killers, the most
wonderful remeily lor ailing women.
Thousands of sulfrers from female
troubles, nervous troubles, backache
ami weak kidneys hive uxed it, and be
CNinn healthy and happy. Try it.
Only Mr. Dr. Kreuier gtiarant
Nevada e.t Aaliland.
Manager K I.. Loom is, of Ganiard'
Of.era house, to lay closed a contract
with the manager lor Minn, 1 .111 m a
Vitila, the. renowned singer, who is
b"ing Isioked lor a number of engage
ments on the coast, which assurss the
apiKMiranre ol the. prima donna anj tier
very distuuuiihs I company of musical
artists at Ashland on Tuesday evening,
April blii. heats lor thi engagement
extraordinary will be $150 and l,
but the hoiiBO will doubtluh be Ailed to
overflowing, for people living outilile
the larger cities rarely have an oppor
tunity to hear artists of such reputation
as Mine. Nevada and the members of
her company. Tidings.
Seeder and Drill, at J,
ASK FOR THE
you are pleased . We want customers who will buy of us
again and again, aud in order that we may secure, hold
and satisfy such trade we'earry the Walk; Over Shoe. ,
Bear in mind, it is not so much what you pay as
what you get for what you pay. .
P. H. Harth & Son.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BOYS' 0L0TEONO.
It had been Sce-Iped.
R. C. Edward wa down from Fall
creek yesterday. He say hi ion
Winnlred killed a wildcat In their barn
last Tuesday. It w as a big on and after
tbe animal was dead be went to scalp it
and found it had been scalped on some
previous occasion. Mr. Edward' theory
1 that tbe cat bad been caught In
trap a mark plainly showed, no
doubt tbe captor thought h had killed
the cat and, after scalping it turned it
out again to become a part of mother
earth, but one out ol nine live restored
it again. The incident is indeed novel
one. Eugene Register.
The Bottle Imp.
A storv come to light that Warry Lit-
tlcfleld took a plunge bath Friday morn
ing while coming in from hi night'
woik. aaya the Bamlon Recoider. The
story goes that ha saw hi thsdow In
the water and mistook himself for
lifesavor. The hallucination wa
caused by the devil that dwell In the
bottle b had been telescoping.
Tbe two jail bird who broke out of
the coop at Jacksonville, Oregon, over
week ago, sneaked into this county a
far as Klamathon, where they took a
boat and (ailed down Klamath river,
passing Hamburg bar Tuesday last,
This is a desperate undertaking, and, if
tbey succeeded in getting dowu to tbe
coast it will be the first successful trip
on record. Tb trouble lie in getting
wamped or upset at th numerous
dangorou eddies. Other have tried
the trip and wore drowned, or weakened
in the undertaking. It i posaibl th
escape took the land route alter getting
beyond telephone communication and
will make for the coast, to get away in
a sailing vessel to Man riancisco or
probably some foreign port. Yreka
Another Meadows Panther.
An Ashland dispatch in the Telegram
aaya: Peter Rush, ot the Meadows
country, killed a big panther last week
on Evans creek, under circumstances
w hich he will remember the real of hi
life. Although an old hunter on th
frontier, he says this panther, which
measured nine feet in length, gave blm
the worst scare he ever bad. Bush and
a man named Place were prospecting
fur coal when his dog started the beast,
and when seen by Hush, waa making
directly toward him. He had an old
rifle, which failed to Ore, and in hi
baste and excited (late of mind, he
pumped one cartridge alter another
into the chamber before bs could get a
shot into th panther. Thia only crip
pled it, and with s terrific scream
bounded to reach the hunter wilh such
a ferocious aspect a to almost paralyse
him w ith fear. Rush' final shot laid
the panther doad, within ouly s tew
fuel ot him. The animal's head ia un
usually large. .
Mrs. C. J. Huiythe I making a big
reduction on duplicate photograph
from any ol the Weston negative, giv
ing a dornn cabinet tor 11.50. A dozen
I'linp picture tree with each original
order lor a doxen cabinets. Ofllce hours
10 .30 a. in. to 3 JO p. m. Opposite
For first-class spray
material go to J. Wolke.
And be ready to enjoy a ride the
Grst beautiful days of spring.
We have some.
IN CHAINS, PEDALS. SADDLES. CRIPS
We make n specialty of difficult
repairing nnd will do your work as
cheap us any one.
tion A Shoe Thai Give Absolute Satisfaction
If you haye ever 1
your judgment will
dictate whether you
should continue wear
ing them. If you are
a stranger to WALK
OVERS we invite you .
to call and inspect
them, and purchase if
Coming Event. .
Marrh 13 TerryV'UncleTom' Cabin"
at Opera house.
M arch 14 at. Patrick' tocial by Axalc.
Circle at Woodman ball.
March 17. St. Patrick' day ball by
"Th Six" orchestra at Opera bouse.
March 18 22 Katharine Wayno and
company in repertoire at Opera house.
March 24-25 Carri Stanley in "A False
Friend" and "Rip Van Winkle" at
April 80 Cantata, "The Haymakers,"
t Opera house.
April 24 25 Fitxpatrick dramatic com
pany at Opera house.
May 1 Grand ball by Azilea Circle at
TO rent a small furnished house.
ffpMi V" .urn of Coeuiaa.
W ANTED Fifty head ot calves. W.
Loiig Winona, Oregon.
VyOKKKltH I want one good worker in
everv community for about four
weeks. Tnere is good money in it if you
are willing lo rustle. 1 want a good person
for each of th following places: Merlin,
Leland, Wolf Creek, iiuervule, Dryden,
L-. i.r-1.1.. A In u It... ............. Wt
nona, Placer, Oalice. If you want lo work
write immediately, giving Grants Pans ref
erences. . A. ii. Voomuixs.
IIOUHKKEKl'KK for family consisting
father and live children. MiUUIe aged
lady preierred. No hard work and rea
sonably good wages paid. Write for
references to Lelonu pueuuoster.
W J. M.YA3, Leiand, Ore.
INTELLIGENT young men, from 17 to
ill years of age, having common school
education, to learn- mechanical trades.
Kur full inlormaiion apply or write to
Union Iron Works, ZU Market bU ban
AT THE "FIRS" river road wiet end
Urania Pass, two choice cows, half
Jersey, half Durham, forward springers,
price too each ; one new buiughtou wagon
at a bargain; Plymouth itocs. and wuita
wyandolie eggs irom choice stock II per
suiting olU. Am now booking orders lur
lull blood Poland China pigs al two months
old, price S1U each. Uruer by mall or call
and let ma show you stock.
H. II. Alviobox.
UM ALL band
nrinUiiK press with tvne.
At Courier omce.
QUARTZ mine on Mt Ueuben, one mile
from th Lawrence mine, 10 miles
Iruui i.eland. There, is an open cut of HU
feel in length by U0 feet in depth, expos
ing a veil! of over 4 feet wide okaying JU
per ton. An arroslre 1 now being put up
ou the proierty. This properly can be
purchased al a reasonable price now. In
quire at this otllce or call or address J. SV.
bade, Inland, Ore-
AltK you autlerlng from Kheumati.im,
Weak back, Nervous trouole, or lien-
erally rundiwn system T tse fclecirio
ItolU auu uaituries. xur jieu anu
Woius". Electric insoles keep the feet
warm, and prevent catching cold. For
booklet and circulars, address, Klectriu
A ppliqiice Co., Medford, Oregon.
TAKE your wheel to Cramer llros. for
After the Minnows
Comes the Whale
A Pack of Blood Hounds
Car Load of Special Scenery.
Traveling In their Own Two
Parade at 12 M.
Seats now on sale at Grants Pass
Pharmacy at Co tntuon Sense Prices