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40 Pounds New Petite Prunes, $1.00
Fancy Evaporated Dried Apples, 12 pounds $1.00.
Navel Oranges,(small biitswect) per doz., 15c.
Beardsley'sShredded Codfish, very fine, 15c.
Heinz Apple Butter (it's good).
Our Tomatoes are all strictly new stock and all good.
Jn Cum we are selling Maine Sugar Corn (new) at the
same price as the common.
Good Standard Peas and Beans, 3 cans for 25c.
Oysters, Lolstei'w, Nlirinips
Whole Codfish, Boneless Codfish, Mackerel, Salmon
Belly, Smoked Herring, Salt Herring.
May's Garden Seeds FREE whilo they last (ask about
White House Grocery.
AgentsChase & Sanborn Coffees and Upton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas
For Another Year
Our line of Bicycles will be the well tried
which has given such excellent satisfaction.
The 1902 models are now on exhibition and
show the same strong features which have
made these wheels such favorites. Cactus
Tires on all Ilartfords and Columbias.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
Union Lock Poultry Fencing.
Diamond Mesh Poultry Netting.
1-Inch Mesh for Rabbit Fence.
Barbed and Plain Wires.
lliiir-Itidillo Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
Don't Ruin Your Eyes
With Poor Glasses
Cheap Glasses and badly fitted frames cause headache and pre
mature loss of sight. Let me test your eyes without charge and
fit you with a pair of glasses that will Keep Your Eye Young.
A full stock of Watches, solid gold and filled cases. Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.
Fine Watch Repairing a specialty.
Front St., Next to relace hotel. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
The Grants Pass Opera House
Monday, March 17th
Judge lanoa wat hrc from Jackson
ville on Hatarday.
Mra. C. L. Bloom returned to Eugene
Monday and will remain several mil.
Z A. Davia and Chria Marx of Eugene
have been visiting Granta i'asa tliia
E. W. Kuykendall. now of Wolf
Creek, waa io town Friday on a busl
Hiss Stella Axtell returned on Mon
day from Portland where the baa been
John George, W. D. and Ben George
and J. O. Turner were viiitora toGranU
Past from Kerhy thia week.
Stewart Blackburn, a former Granta
Paia bor, haa gone to Peru with a party
of mining men on a gold bunting expe
dition. lira. A. E. Voorhiea and little Earle
went to Colestin Tueaday to visit for
week with Mr. and Mra. Telford and
Mr. and Mra. Ed. Binoa returned by
team to Medford Tueaday after a viait
with relalivea and frienda in Granta
A. Marsh and family, Mr. and Mra.
Tboa. Caldwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Mai
colm Dix arrived here laat week from
Butte, Nebraska, and will probably
M. Lnckett, of Chicago, arrived here
Saturday to viait with his aunt, Mrr.
tViedman. He expects to assist J. L.
Myera in the Front atreet barber shop.
H. C. Kinney left Monday for an
absence - of several days in nerlhern
California on business connected with
the 8. P. I), and L. Co'a new lumber
Mrs. C. A. Ptirdora stopped here
Tuesday morning to visit with lelatives
and friends. She is on her way to Oak
land, Cal., where Mr. Purdoin is now
Miss Maggie Tack returned last week
toCresent City, accompanied by Misa
Gertie Marhoffer also of that place, who
haa been spending the winter visiting at
Miaa Bertha Barrie relumed last
Wednesday night after aeveral weeks in
Portland. Miaa 'Gertie Barrie, who haa
been attending school there during the
winter, accompanitd her to remain dar
ing the sommer.
J. W. Freter and Roy Bartlett have
dissolved partnership . in their Front
street confectionery store and billiard
hall, and the buaineaa will be continued
under the firm name of Bartlett & Co.
Waldo Greene is the new assistant.
Miss Ida Weston haarecently returned
from Portland with complete and
carefully selected stock of millinery
goods for the spring trade, including a
full and complete line of street lists.
She will be assisted in her millinery
business by Miss Bertha Itarrie.
Madame Lydian the world's greatest
scientific palmist can be consulted daily
during the remainder of tbia week.
Thia accomplished lady has devoted ber
entire life to the study of Palmistry and
stands today at the bead of her profes
sion, tibs has studied under the oldest
and best palmist of the world. hs baa
been atudent of Professors Cheiro and
Stowe. Her best recommendations are
the people who have called to consult
her, all of whom are well pleased and
are now sending tbeir friends to consult
ber. Bbe tells you just what you wish to
know. She gives advice on business,
law auita, speculations, health, divorce,
marriage, lore and all family affairs
never fails to please; no matter what
your trouble is she will help you.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Parlora at
Mra. W. J. Rogers on E street next to
Hotel Josephine. Hours 10 a. m to
9 p. m.
MESSRS. PLATT & THOMSON
Present the well known actress
JSupporteo by surb company in the following repertoire:
"THB BLACK FLAG," -
"ALL A MISTAKE,"
"PECK'S BAD BOY,"
"PECK'S BAD BOY." (Matinee),
"THE GREEN EYED MONSTER,"
PRICES, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Seats on sale at the Granta Pass Pharmacy.
tAn elegant prize will be given to the two children
hoi ding winning numbers at the Saturday Matinee.
AsKl&nd'a Wind Storm
Ashland experienced a fearful wind
storm Wednesday afternoon, but the
consequent damage vrae very light. The
new residence of EJ Williams in leva
town was blown from its foundation.
with no material injury to the building.
although Mra Williams ws slightly
injured. The roof was blown from G.
W. Croweoa's woodhnuse. A Hililreth't
home had a narrow rail, and the roof
was blown from the shed in the rear of
Hotel Oregon. An old house on the
hill above town, formeily occupied by
L. R. TJIen, but vacant for many montba
past, was torn into kindling wood. A
F. Hunt's barn waa moved about on its
foundation, and the grand stand and
fence at the athletic grounds have die-
appeared. Four large locust trees grow
ing in the rear of James Thornton'a resi
dence were toppled over, and out build
ings all over town were put wrong aide
np. A few awnings in the business por
tion of the city also suffered. Town
On account of the engagement of
Nevada at Ashland on April 8, the
choral union have changed the date tor
the "Haymakers" until April 15th and
16th. The chorus is working energeti
cally with two rebearsala week. The
role of the "Dairy maid" baa been
assigned to Miss Maggie Meade. The
other soloists are Misses Carrie White
and Bertha Barrie and Messrs. Cramer,
lehara, Cramer and Voorhiea.
Kathryn Wavne ia entitled to much
praise, she is the best actress that has
appeared here this winter and there have
been quite a number of good ones. Pet
aluma (Calif.) Argus.
Tbe custom of throwing rice at a de
parting bride, originated in China where
it was first used to thwart the evil de
signs of ths great Golden Pheasants who
might destroy ths brids. Rice wss
thrown at the door of the sedan chair
inwhlch she waa to be carried, so that
she could pats unharmed while the
'tplrit bird" was eating the grains.
Kathryn Wa.yno Dramatic Co.
Grants Pats is to be vitited for one
week beginning Monday, March 17th,
by tbe Kathryn Wayne company under
tbe direction of the well known theatrical
managers, Piatt 4 Thompson.
Misa Kstbryn Wayne, the leading
lady, needs no introduction to the
theatre going public as her success in
her profession is well known on thia
coast. Mist Wayne ia a California girl
born and bred, bat received her thealri
cal education in New York. She has
been laying leading parts in numerous
popular plays and there it no doubt but
that the success of tbe company ia
assured by hsr presence. Miss Wayne
la supported by a first class coinpaey.
ber leading man being Russel Reed
clever actor, formerly with John Drew,
while tbe heavy parts are portrayed by
Robert Lawrence, late of Ralph Cum
mirjga Co. and it i safe tossy that the rest
of tbe people in the cast are not la-king
in anything to make up a first clats com
pany. They are at present playing in
Colusa, and the Daily Herald of that
place baa tbia to say about them : "The
Kathryn Wayne company opened their
week'a engagement Monday night in
"Woo Back" a bright melodrama with
an excellent plot. Kathryn Wayne in
the leading part was especially strong
and won the admiration of the audience.
She ia finely endowed as to faee and
figure to which ia added a high order
of intelligence in the reading of ber lines
Uaaeel Heed, at ber hutbaod, tbe en
graver, Georgia Francis as "Aunt
Martha," and Bather Dukey, as
"Joanna Lighlfoot" gave an axcellen
rendering of their parts. Although the
villain or bad man ol the play is osuslly
biased Robert Lawrence was applauded
time and time again for his clsver work
Sidney Piatt took tbe part of "Jim" and
played tbe "fanny man" to perfection.
Tbe company opena in Grants Paaa
on Monday in "Won Back ;" Tuesday
"Tbe Black Flag:" Wednesday, "All
a Mistake;" Thursday, "Esmeralda;'
Friday, "Peck's Bad Boy;" and Satur
day night, "Tbe Green Eyed Monster."
"Peck's Bad Boy" will also be plsyed
at ths Saturday malinee.
Ce.II for Democratic County
A county nominating Convention of
the Democratic party of Josephine
county, Oregon, is hereby called to meet
n Grant! Pass, on Thursday, Auril 3rd,
1V02, for the purpose of electing six
delegates to tbe State convention to be
held at Portlaud on April 10th, 1902,
and six delegates to the Congressional
convention of the let District to be held
at Portland on the same day, and also
to nominate candidates (or the various
county ollicers, vix; Member of the
Legislative Assembly; County Judge,
County Commissioner, 8heriff, County
Clerk, County Treasurer, Assessor, 8upt.
of Schools and Coroner.
The several precincts will be entitled
to one delegate at large, and one for
each 20 votes cast for Tboa. G. Greene,
for Supreme Judge, at the last State
election, being as follows:
North Grants Pans 6
South tiranta l'ae 6
West Grunts I'ass 6
Althouae ;' 2
Lucky Queen 1
Slate Creek 4
Wolf Creek 2
Mt. Reuben 2
It is recommended that the Primaries
meet in the various precincts on March
22nd, 11)02, at 2 o'clock p. m., and the
various primary Conventions will nomi
nate Candidates for the various precinct
Officers and road districts.
By order of tbe County Committee,
made at Grants Pass, March 8, 1002.
W. F. Hots, Chairman.
T. Y. Dkan, Secretary."
Ki silent Dentist.
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
1902 Bicycles at Cramer Bros.
Lime and cement at J. Wolke's.
M. Clemens, Prescription Drumrit
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Rangea at Coron's.
Do not miss tbs sale of Ladies' Dress
Skirts at Mrs. Rehkopt's.
Buy a Roderick Lean all steel
Harrow. For sale by J. Wolke.
New spring dress skirts at Mrs. Reh
kopt's. A special value at $l.f0.
Don't fail to see tbe Cake Walk at the
St. Patricks social Friday evening at the
Don't miss "Won Back" at the opera
house Monday evening, March 17th; ad
mission 25, So, 60s. Seats at Post Ollice
IIsir-Riddle llaidware Co. will have
a car of Wagons, Hacks and Buggies
from ths East about April first and in
vite you to call.
The drama, "Santiago," to be given
by Co. H, will not be presented this
spring, having been postponed until a
Curtis & Co' Watchmakers,' snd
Jewelers carry a complete stock oi
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
Tbe Relianco Wrappers and House
Dresses hsve Cosset Lining. A new line
in all aises, just in at Mrs. Rebkopf's.
Scott Griffin handles Ashland flour,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfu, Tim
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats..
Frank McGregor has sold his interest
in the barber establishment on Front
street to his partner, J. L. Myers. Mr.
Myers will employ a good man to take
charge of the second chair and will
continue the business. Frank expects
to go to Crescent City whore bis wife
and child are waiting for him. He haa
not yet decided where he will locate
This is the time to be looking around
for a Spring Walking Hat. You can find
an up to date line at Mrs. Rebkopf's.
I'latt A Thompson present Kstbryn
Wsyne, supported by a company of four
teen people, at the opera house for one
week, commencing Monday, March 17th.
A dangerous counterfeit is in circula
tion in the Willamette Valley. It-is
a spurious five dollar gold piece, snd is a
perfectly made coin. The body of it Is
nickel, gold plated, and with the excep
tion of its light weight, is so perfect as
to deceive experts when new. It bears
the date 18U0, and has the milling of the
genuine coin. Business men would do
well to keep their eyes open (or this coin.
The Beaumout, Texas, oil boom teems
to have quieted down a little. Oil from
some of the wells is reported as selling
low as seven cents a barrel. Oil
guthers baying a capacity ol 50,000 to
70,000 barrels a day have recently Bold
as low aa $8,00). Lack of transportation
facilities and refineries are two of Hie
causes leading to the luw prices. From
the California oil fields come more favor
able reports. There has been an In
ci eased demand and a better price for
fuel oil fiom that section.
HOPFIKLD MYERS At the bride's
home at the Huby mine, near Grants
1'aea, March Pill, 1Wi2, Miss Eva Myers
to Mr. J. W. Hoptleld.
The wedding ceremony wss performed
by Judge Axtell, at high noon, in the
presence of a few relatives and friends.
After the knot waa tied, all enjoyed an
elaborate dinner. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cornell, Mrs. Louisa
Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Rice, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed llannuni, Mr. W. D. Shaw
and Miss Marie Smith. At 2 p. m, tbe
bride and groom atarted for Grants
Pats, in oompauy with ths visiting
relstivet and friends, where they took
the train for MuMinnyille, Ore., where
they intend making their future home.
The tiridf is well known in this commu
nity and ia highly respected by all.
The bride-groom, during his presence
has made many friends, and all Join in
wishing both a long and, happy life.
CIIAUSSE DAME In tliia city, Mon
day evening, March 10, I'HIZ, Jease It
Chanane, formerly of Grmte Past,
snd Mine Lu la C I lame, of Ashland,
Judge Axtell officiating.
Mr. and Mra. C'hauss left on Tuesday
morning lor Ashland, where they will
make their home, Mr. Chauue is now
an S. P. brakeman, runniog between
Athland and Dunsmuir.
BOOTH BOOTH In this cltv, Tues
day evening, March 11, r.K)2, Jobs
M. Booth and Miea Alice Booth.
Mr. Booth is the son of Hon. J. 0
Booth and baa for several years past
been employed in the office of the 8. P.
D. A L. Co. as assistant book keer
The bride is the daughter of the late
Rev. Chat. Booth and both are among
tbe very well known young people of thia
DOKWIN In Ashland, Thnrtdiy, Mar.
S, l'JOl, Geo. W. Dorwin, aged 70
Mr. Doiwin was well known in Grants
Pasa, having formerly operated the
Jewett mine near town. For the past
two years bs has held the position of
astayer at the Aiuland mine. The
remains were brought here on Thursday
evening and the funeral was held on
Friday under theautpices of tbs Masons
of which order Mr. Dorwin bad lung
been a member. He was a man who
was held in high esteem by bis aequsln
tances. He wss born in Vermont and
cans to Die Pacific coast in 1ST) and for
filty years hat followed mining and at
taying in California, Oregon and
Nevada. He helped coin tbs first
authorized money made In San Fran
Cisco. During the period between 18G0
sod 1870 be lived in Nsvsda, having
been led there by the Comttock excite
inent. He returned to California and
a number of years ago came to Oregon
He was twice married, bit second wife
dying at Grants Pais two years ago.
tls hsa two sont and two daughters by
bit first marriage living, but residing in
wldsly separated sections of tbe United
A very enjoyable dime social was held
on Tuesday evening at the Presbyterian
church. A very pleaaant prcgram of en
tertainment was tendered. Miss Ettie
Hartinan recited and there wss a trio by
Misses Ethel Hendee, Lillian Hour ku and
Guttie Parker. Refreshments of coffee,
cakes snd doughnuts were served at the
conclusion of the program.
New Medford 1'e.per.
The Southern Oregoman is ths title of
anew paper soon to be published In
Medford. Tbe editor and manager it
Sidney D. Charles. The paper is to be
issued semi-weekly, and will be de
livered in Medford by carriers. This is
a leature that bat never been attempted
in this section before.
The Southern Oregonian it purely a
business venture, and will be strictly in
dependent in politics. The first num
ber will be issued within two weekt.
Mr. Charlet, the editor, has had wide
newspaper experience In the Northwest.
He was connected with the Evening
Telegram for a number of years, an 1
later was engaged in newpaier work
in Baker City.
The ladies of the W. R. C. will hold
their Rurumsge sale March 27, 28 and
29 in the Josephine Ham pie rooms on
6lb street, next door to the candy kitch
en. We have many new goods already
donated and expect to get many more.
We will have most anything you can
call for and they will all he of some
value to some one at very low prices.
Rummsgs Sales are especially a benefit
to those of limited meant, and they can
get many useful articles very cheaply
Wiiich otherwise they would have to do
without. The country people car. bring
potatoes, apples, eggs and other produce,
and get a fair price for them in exchange
for something uteful or needful. Mont
of our goodt will be new and all will I
nice and clean.
Fell From iv Trestle.
A man was killed at Leland early
Thursday morning and the body was
brought to Grants Pats on the samo day.
lie was riding on .the brake beams and
it is supposed that he attempted to get
out from under the train while the
engine was taking water, the car be was
on standing over the trestle, and in
so doing fell from the trestle and was
killed. He waa 33 or 40 years of sge.
No papers or other means of identifica
tion were found. He was buried In the
Hat Two Wtvea.
Thos. F. Simpson, a book keeper, the
husband of her who was foimerly Miss
Kate De Peatt ol Ashland, is in jail in
San Francisco, charged with embeiile
uient and since his arrest it haa ap
peered that he has two wives, Kale
De Peatt being tbe second. They are
said to go together daily to the jail to
visit Simpson and are on friendly terms.
Mrs. Simpson, nee De Peatt, explains
that as long as they are satisfied it is .o
one else's business. Simpson and Mrs.
Simpson the firet are both wall ad
vanced in age.
Jeweler with ev. Gun.
H.B.Meyers, a jeweler of Medford,
became hilarious in Helm's saloon in
that city last Wednesday afternoon and
began shooting at random with a re
volver. Several thots were fired before
he was suppressed by the police, He
plead guilty in the city court and paid
fines to the amount of $20 50
The Meneley Quartette.
The Meneley quaitette of Chicago
gave two very enjoyable entertainments
at the opera house on Wednesday and
Thursday evenings of last week. Their
voicet are full of melody and ths music
was lively and of the ringing sort. There
were no solos and no attempt at the
more artificial styles of vocalism. W.
Eugene Knox showed himself a master
of the art of impersonating. He was
thelileof the entertainments and pre
vented a monotony which otherwise
must have prevailed.
St. Patrick's Dance.
On account of a previous contract by
which the opera house had been engaged
for - the week of the 17th by the
Katherine Wayne Dramatio Co., the
Six orchestra have postponed their grand
St. Patrick's ball from the Intended
date, the 17th, until Thursday, March
27th. It la tli Intention to make this
ths best dance of the season and "The
Six" asaure a good time to all who
Senator Killed Panther.
Senator R. A. Booth, who has been
spending a few days in this vicinity duck
shooting with his brother and frienda,
tells ol killing a hugo panther one night
las. week while out hunting on tllo Belk
nap settlement, near Mouroe, in Benton
County, Buys the Rosuhurg Plaindealer.
The animal was treed by the dogt when
the valiant Senator approached, a li
Roosevel', and flrud three charges of
buckshot into Its bead. Tbe animal
wat a vory large specimen, measuring
over tcven feet eight inches in length.
Lost River Suckers.
Klamath county is famous for snakes.
It has other marvels also, as the follow
ing story from the Klamath Falls Ex
During the spawning season IheBiickore
crowd Lost river at the Gap so thickly
that people use them for a bridge lo
preference to the one built by the
county because they say it is solider.
Ths people of the cnuntv throw them
into wagont with pitchfork! without
lessening the supply at thotu further
down the stream crowd Into the vaoant
placet. Nearly any day this time of the
year, a stream of double bed wagons can
be teen coming from the "fishery"
loaded to the top with tuckers. Ths
only accident in yesrt that has occurred
there was when one of the citizens trlsd
to drive across on the auckara in a strong
wind ttorm, when ths fish were blown
apart and in the rebound caught the
bortes and threw them with such force
that they became entangled and upset
the wagon. The fortunate pretence of
sn Indian woman on the bauk reduced a
probable fatality to a mere accident.
To one who hits trail a sulky raks
driven in and out of the it ream and
duuied each time on either bank till
two windrows of tinker! a half mile long
whs tho n-HUll, it is not necessary to
bring eorrohoritiiye evidence, hut the
tenderfoot is very wury, and ws not
expect the full credence to which we
I'rlce i'i 50. To cloae out lest than
CODt. JOKKI'M Most,
Opposite Hotel Josephine.
Might Be Bennett.
A strsnger apparently about 40 years
of sge, with that famous "droop" in bis
right eye, we. ring a light gray overcoat
derby hat and carrying an umbrella
mailed a letter at the di-pot jutt before
the arrival of the noon train, Saturday.
An embryo Sherlock Hulmet, who
witnessed the proceeding, immediately
apolU-d the man at Hawkltit, sli
Bennett, ths mytleriout and elusive
tssaaain of pretty Nora Fuller at San
Francisco a month ago. The appear
ance fitted the description which bad
been scattered broadcast over the
country. It wat alto known that Hey'
mour, chief detective of the San Fran
Cisco police force, bad pawed througli
Ashland a lew nights previously on his
wsy north in search of ths much wanted
man. Everything conaidered it wat not
improbable that Bennett might he in
Athland. The mysterious mm did not
leave on the train, and droppeout ol
tight as suddenly snd unceremoniously
at bs bad appeared. Tidings.
I will be with you on
March 17 & 18
SEE THE IMMENSE
DISPLAY Or "
WE WILL SNOW THB ENTIRE LINE OP
Oood Tillon (sr Twtaty.flvi Yaara, .
Consisting of nearly 500 up-to-date
patterns of luitingi and trouserings
ia novelty worstedsycaasflneres,
vicunas, homespuns, eto. u well as
fashionable staples in all shades.
The highest standard of workman,
ship at prices so low that you will
wonder. STRAUSS BROS.'
guarantee of perfect fit and
by us, goes with every garment
A SKILLED REPRESENTATIVE
from Chlce-go, will bo present to assist ua in me.kirf this
THE GREATEST SALE Ol TAILORING
ever held here. Don't mlee thle che.nce of havinf your
measure taken by sxn expert, even If not ready to order.
Come In and letsome valuable pointers about good tailoring
P. H. Harth & Son.
Rental of Postofflce Boxes.
Representative Stevens has come to
the front with a proposition to telieve
the residents of small towns from the
annual rental of postofflce boxes. He
baa introduced a bill authorising; ths
poat matter-general to purchase for tbe
United States all the postofllces boxes
snd box fixtures now in uae in the sev
eral postolBces where a charge Is made
fur the use of such boxes. Mr. Stephens
takes tbe position that the citizsnt of
these towns do not have the advantage
of free delivery, and are compelled to
rent postofflce boxes; and that tbe
amount paid In rental by each citizen
annually would often pay for his box.
lie further contends that it is unjust
that the citiions of the large, cities
should have their mail delivered to them
free when tbe citizena of small cities
and towns are required to pay heavy
rental for the privilege of getting their
msil when they go after it themselves,
or elre undergo the inconveuience of
waiting in line. On Sundays ani all
'egal holidays the mall ia not delivered
at the general delivery window, but for
a short time after the arrival of each
mail, and if s citizen should not happen
to be on band at that hour he would
not get his msil until next day. In a
word, Mr. Stephens proposes that tbe
reaidents of small towns shall receive
their mail under the most favorable
conditions, at no expense whatever to
Close Season for Salmon.
Tbe S. F. railroad company hat called
the attention of its agents to the foV
lowing circular letter received from
Mr. II, O. Van Duaen, master fiah
"During the season beginning March
1st and ending April 15th it is unlaw
(ul to take or fish for lalraon In the
Columbia river or in any of the waters
of the atate of Oregon. In regard there
to I beg to notify you that during said
named season It is unlawful for you to
receive or have In your possession, or
transportation, or transport salmon
caught or taken duriug ssid named sea
son. Section 23 of the general fish laws of
the stste. provides that In all protec
tions under ssid sections, "the posses
sion by any person" during the close
season named, of any species of talmon,
shall be construed as prima facie evidence
that the same were unlawfully caught
during the taid close seston. It it aiso
unlawful for you to receive or have In
your poteeaelon, or transportation or
transport aturgeon, during the seston
beginning March lit and ending Novem
Real Estate Transfers.
Hattie Jackton, to 1. II. and Eliza
beth Ilium, 18x100 ft. ofT the west side
of Lot 0, Block 411 O. T. 8.
Ths tale wat made by the energetic
Iteal Ealate Agent, Joseph Mots.
TO rent a email furnished house. Ad-
llrM. " V 11 ill f '(i M li r ii
ANTED Fifty bead or c&l-es. W,
VyORKKlta-I want one good worker in
every community tot about four
WM k at. Trior a in .u..a ... . i.
" ftwu latuiltjy 111 11 li YOU
r willing lo ru8U. i want a KwU person
kerBy, Waldo, Alihuiwe, Browntown, wi
none, 1'lacer, Ualice. If you want lo work
write limuediatelv. irtviiiv ijrU..,u u .
srencea. A. K. Vausmr.
JJOUBKKKEl'KR for family coasisting
lady preierml. Jo hard work and rea
sonably good wagea paid. Write lor
relervuces to Leland poeuu&ster.
W. J. Kvam, Leland, Ore.'
NTEI.UGKNT youug men, from 17 to
111 VMMt-H 111 I.-.
suucauuii, to . learn mechauico) trades.
ii i , ""'" i'i"y or wnie vo
IJuiou Iron Soma, 'tu Market el. buu
A good 0-hols steel range, tide tprlng
, haok, two lota with house and barn.
Inquire at Uilt emce.
AT TUB "Fllta" river road w.st end
Uranu 1'mw, two choice cows, half
Jersey, half Durham, forward springers,
price too each; one new tMoughlou wagon
at a bargum; IMymouth Itec and white
wyaiiuoue egga irom choice atock tl iwr
eiung & 13. Am now booking ordera ior
lull blood I'ouuid China pigs at two months
cJU, price SW each. Uruer uy mail or call
ami let me show you slock.
it. li. Alviksos.
CM ALL hand printing press with type,
Jlora. At Cvuher oiUce.
QUARTZ mine on Ml Keuben,one mile
from Uie Lawrence mine, lo miles
trum Leland. There is an open cut ol KU
iMtL ill iHlllTLll llW 11 t'uflt in .l.it l
n J ucr,.l, VAlKja
UIK a vein ot over 4 feet wide assaying JO
pur um, Anarrasire u now being put up
erly. iuia properly can tie
Uil tlm ItrnHMrLv
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quire at this ollice or call or address J. W.
bades, Leland, Ore--
AUK you sullering from Kbeuuistism,
Weak bauk, Mervous trouble, ur Ueu
srally run-down system? Use Klevtrio
Holla and batteries. Jfor Men and
Women. Kleciria insoles keep Uie feel
warm, and prevent caichiug cold, tot
t-Hiklet and circulars, address, Eleclrio
Appuauce Co., Ateoiord, Uregon.
-TAKK your wheel to Cramer ltros. for
J. Wolke, agent.
Order Factory Block
Wood from Kinney and
Truax .it the Sugar Pine
R. L. COE & CO.
jZrjzrTor Early vSpring' Buyers
5c, c, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c, 11c,
12c, l:k, 14c.
, This is a special lot bought ot a bargain and so
quantity is limited. You will have to get them
y Zfifi YardiCalico best quality doth
OUU but last years patterns, at Q
riflCl Yards ioc and lac light colored Uut
J'J inif Flannels' mill ends t to ,
to yards in piece, at OzC
dozen Children's IJlack Hose, extra heavy,
()(JiUubti knee, heel and toe, worth
joe; this lot only llC
Children's all solid calf Shoes sample cut open
to show quality ol counter and soles. This is un
doubtedly the best value to be found on the Coast
for an all solid shoe 75c, $1, $1.25
Ladies, saute as aboye, in calf ot kid, button or
Men's Shoes, warranted all solid counters and
soles, nicely made, congress or lace. Best value in
Pingree's Gloria Shoe $3.50
For Ladiea In the Freak, Modern, and British
last. We are showing 20 different styles, lasts and
widths. We are selling thousands of pairs of them..
If you are wearing them, enough said ; if not, why
not try them now?
Pingree's Governor Shoe, $4.00
For Men Best in America. Have been worn
here in Grants Pass by our very best people for
more than live years. During that time we have
sold thousands of pairs of them. If those who have
worn them have any complaint to make we will
make them a present of 4 pair. Don't you think
you had better have a pair of Governor Welt ?
R. L. Coe , Co.Sfie Big' Store.
L. TJ. BA-TVIV-tVTlD, tlio Furniture nnd Iloune ITumialier Doalor, vill no tho toftom off IiIm pniro AVnloli if. Comnaml moo our IVITW CAIlPTTrS.