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About Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1902)
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60 dozi Child's 2oc heavy ribbed
hose. Double knees and heels, I
25 doz. Ladies' imported full
regular made Hose, Burlitigton and
Ilermsdorf dyes. As good value
as is sold on the coast under 50c.
15 doz. Children's fine ribbed
red hoie. All sizes, fait colors
I JV made
experienced workmen, ' '
clever rruker tvilh n
eye for beAuty And a
sense of proportion.
Result : The motl tut!Iid tad
""""""" but titling boot for wonuo
Women J I
Made at f) J
our NEwfyy J
10 doz. Ladies' Wrappers. In all
the very latest patterns and mate
rials. Handsomely trimmed witli
bands and braids. Colors: plain
blacks, blues, reds, pinks. In
heavy percale and fine sateens
Flounced. 98c, $1.19, i -5. 3J
$1.50, $1.68, $1.98.
Wool Dress Goods.
Through our special connection
with a large eastern importing and
manufacturing house we have se
cured ome rare bargains for our
dress goods department.
Five pieces 44 inches wide Fig
ured Alpaca, worth 75C Special
sale price, 49c.
Five pieces 46 inches wide, All
Wool Satin Berber worth $1.00
Our special sale price 68c.
Ten pieces 36 in. Fancy Jaquards
Suitings, all colors, 25c.
Ten pieces AH Wool Albatross
Suitings in all the new Light Ojiera
shades of Salmon, Keds, Blues
Pinks. Creams. Full 36 inches
wide, well worth 65c, Sale price
Teii pieces Fancy Wool Waist
materials, all light soft light tints,
just the proper thing for spring
waists. Sale price 32c.
Ten pieces Extra Fine Flannel
Taffetta Silk, nil of the new spring
shades, including black; worth $1.
Sale price, 79c'
"Pingrce" Gloria Shoe.
We are showing 20 different
styles oud materials in the Gluria
Shoe this season.
The New Freak Modden k Brit
tish Lasts. Iu high, medium and
low cuts all at same price to ull,
ft is hard for any merchant to go
into the market and get a Ladies'
Shoe that has any merit in it, to
sell at the very low price of 1.50.
We are doing this very thing. The
Hamilton Brown Shoe needs 110
recommendation from us as every
one knows their reputation lor
making good honest goods, and
when we win rant the shoe and are
willing to stand behind every pair
sold, you may know that it has
some merit. Made iu Kangaroo
Calf and Genuine Vici Kid. not
Sheep skin. Ask to see the best
shoe sold in Ameiica for 1.50 at
the Big Store.
Every mother knows "Tin- Little Red School House Shoe." The
style, fit and wear of this shoe has n reputation all over the country
and you will not make a mistake it von try a pair of them. We have
them in line Vici Kid, Kangaioo Calf and Box Call lor llovs and
(ills. Heavy 01 lie,ht soles, heels or spting heels, at Jl 25, ' , 1 50
f 1.75. This is a moile.rate puce for a .stiietlv fust da's siioe' ami
one that has the style und wear of mnucli higher pi iced .shoe. Ask
cn'i,'C I,,,l!t' KeJ Scllo1 llollc' Shoo." Sold only at THE BIC.
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S
Our Chilihen's Shoe' depaitmeiit
is most 'complete with all of the
novelties to le found iu the mar
ket. Iu Macks, reds, tans ami
while: all ol llie very latest styles
to be found iu the m.itket at 250,
35C, 500, 75c Ulld Jl.CH)
We have just received a huge
lot of Ti links, Telescopes, Yal
ises und Suit cases, all of tin
new modem styles and materials
ut pi ices that uie decidedly in
New Spring Wash Goods.
We have just received an exten
sive assortment'of all the new nov
elties iu cotton diess goods, to
1 found in the market.
Fine white India Linen d to
All new coloring Spring Prints
at 5 74c.
Best Sea Island Percales 36 iu.
Siik finished Chambras, Lawns
and Ginghams in all the popular
spring weaves and colorings. H
We opes the season with a big
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"Freezer" joc Summer Corset.
Sale price 38c
All of the new things in Girdles.
Long, Medium and Short waists
Corsets. Also straight frouts at
150c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, 8i.5o, $1.75.
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DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Millinery, Wall Paper,
LADIES' AND GENT'S
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Monday, March 23d,
to Saturday, March 29.
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Tho (Irani x I'.-iss CliamWr
tdaiis, 1iln'ral font i-il iitimis of labor
may liav 'amplo mo. ins at lln ir rJisjx sul lu-for
Salo ami will donate
of l'.liiMts, will ln oont ructod aecurilinir to above
money and materials an- comiti;;, and in iirdor t lint tbc lioard
rcakiiiL' LTonnd wo have dooidod to hold a Special
e cash sales
I'or one week, beinnin,!; Monday, .March 'J . ami cmling Saturday, March Ji).
Tliis special salo will rivi tho people of 1 5 rants Pass and .losephine County an "opportunity
to donate ipiite a considerable portion ti llie building fund and at the same time take advantujro of
one of th' most oxton-ivo specinl sales we have ever had.
We feel that this is a public enterprise that every citi.en of Josephine County should take
a personal interest in, and we feel sure that while the percentage is not larno, the fact of our
cvMitinuinu' the sale during the entire week instead of for.only one day, as w as first thought of, tho
amount of our donation will be largely increased over the amount that we eould possibly i'ivo in
ono day's sale.
This will eive every citizen of Crants Pas and Josephine County an opportunity to contribute
somethiiij,' b this cause, und at the same time purchase their Kaster supplies at prices tlmt con not
be duplicated. Call the attention of your friends to the many e optional Bargains we are offc:
in and nr'e them to take advantage of tins (treat Sale.
Ladies' Dress and uaik-
Eveiy season Datue Fashion- h is
some special favoiius- that she de
lights to honor with fust ilace in
her wardrobe. Tlie cpring season
of 1902 will find that the -
WHITE SHIRT." WAISTS. '
will. have the fust call, and on this
account the demand for ready made
skirts has already begun.; We have
just leceivtd hundreds of different
Walking and Dkess Skirts.
36 to 40 inch Walking Skirts,
unlined and 4 rows stitching, 9SC
3S to 40 inch Walking Skirt, un
lined, 6 tows stitching, 51.48.
3S to 43 inch W alking Skirt,
plain stitched and flounced ?2. to
I.adies' Fine All Wool Chalk
Line Flounced Cloth Skiit, finish-
;d with strap seam purse aud -lx'lt
to match, complete for $6 95. This
skirt is really worth more money.
Silk Skirts, some entirely new
and novel designs at from $5.00 to'
White Shirt Waist
Wiiitk is Queen, this stason. So
says Dame Fashion, and we are per
fectly willing to obey her mandate
as we are well supplied with all
that heart could wish or th.it your
mind could imigine could be pro
Juced from dainty white Swiss
Lawns to the mKt elab irately fin
ished lace and embroidery. Open
in back and front. New fine tucked
sleeve and long cuffs. Prices from
S5 5- The material is worth
the money. We guarantee every
garment to be perfect in fit and
We are also showing large lines
of Black Sateen and Colored Per
cale Shirt Waists at from 50c to
Thei' liLKTlC'Ladie's Petticoats
from 50c to $6.50. It is simply im
possible to make the ordinary skirts
fit properly over the bips fitted to
the waist with a draw string. Visit
ors at our store are being shown an
entirely new device that docs away
entirely with this bungling device.
They cost no more than the old
style aud v wo hope you will ask to
see them when out shopping. Prices
50 to 6.50,
Mens' and Boys' Pants.
We have just opened an ex
tensive line of Men's and Boys'
Pants that will interest all close
buy ci s, as quality and prices are
the main features to which we
Boy's Short Wool Pants at 25c,
35c, 40c, 5 c, 75c.
Boy's Long Pants at $1. $1.25,
1.50, 1.75, 2 O.).
Men's Cottomidc Pants, 70c,
8c.no, 1.25, 1.50.
Men's Wool rants at 2x0,
2.25, 2.50, 2 75, 3 co. 4x0, 5.(0.
Pingree Governor Shoe
Our gentlemen friends who have
been weariug the Governor Shoe
never fail to aiisw.-r "All O. K." to
our enquiry "II r.v do you like the
Govcrnoi." They fit and wear as
well if nut better than most $5 00
our ?; 50 Men's Slice. Old Glory
i-. still at tlu- tup. This shoe has
few equals and r.o snpuiois. We
aie now showing the new piing
stock of Patient and Kmum.1 Calf
Genuine Kangar .0 Coidavau Vici.
kul Bux Call, all in the new mot'
I. ace tains.
,are showing tit teen or twenty dif i (.'InUtreu's Vestee and Piece Suits lure.
' K-rent styles I10111 150 to J.50. ' tiom 5 1 . to 75.
1 hey ate going to be very popular Child's Fine I'cicale Wai-ts, de
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ilmiug tiic coming seaon.
fail to see lliem.
Lovers of fine Cm tain diapeiie-
will find n least awaiting them it
they will take the tumble to ex
amine our extensive stuck. The
largest to In- found in the city, with
ill of the new p Uterus, full length-,
and full widths at 1 00 to 0 75 per
pair. D.m't mU seeing them at the 111. 1st claboiate Mens' and Buys'
the Big Store.
Also full stock of Dim.isk l'oi
tieis and Opaque Roller shades. find our store in this department 1
The best seven foot opaque lollei : well pu pared to furnish you with
shade on the maiket at 33' ic. all the new and fanev novelties as
Don't, taehablc colhr. 5.K-, (ijc,
lllotliin.n Department. our
We have just completed one of
Jpnrg stovk of Wall Taper
coiupli-te an 1 should inter-
: Clothing iK pailiiuii'.s to be found
in the st.ite. Hereafter ou will
est cvi-ty h.uisehoi ler.
showing hua.lieds .
comprising all of the new
novelties in Ladies' J)ress Hats,
Lndies' Street and Walking Hats,
Children's School Hats, Children's
Dress Hats; all the latest desie
and materials. ' '
, You are invited to call aud in
spect the line. Our milliner will
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BOYS' SCHOOL SHOUS. THE DOUGLASS SHOE
ii 1 1 tint t'a j ba,- 'u tlu luid- , at 53.00, $3.50 aud $4.00, union
est p.'roa ia the w;'.d to shoj sit- male footwju is b.eomiii more
isfaetorily. II; wear out more , popular every seasjii, especially is
shoe leather thin any other mem- this true of railro.il men; and the
her of the family. Itut we find that 1 Douglass Shoe has the reputation
our "White Oak" sole shoes at ; for being the best railroad man's
S '- f 1 75 ftl'd 52 00 have no shoe on the market. It is always
eq.ial for wear. Try a pair of reliable and h is a Union Stamp on
; every pair
Ladies' Neck Wear and
The new Lace, Chiffon and Km
tmiideiy Collais are a wonder of
beauty and neatness. Vt are show
ing all the new combinations fiom
25C lO 2 IH).
The KulTs that are so extensively
We ate be pleased to show von nil -.f o.
f new patterns ; latest novelties and we feci sure
, save you we can please you iu stvle and
some money prices.
We aie furnishing paper for good See our north window and look
sized rooms in an excellent quality out for Easier Novelties in Willi-
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well as the more Maple aniens of 1 "' 1 " ,u I" icxmi. , uery at me u.g store. .
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Mens wear. We shall aim in this , -1 " . 1.. no .
, 1 .n st kKciavKD at Kemnants.
department, as well as all other .. , 1 ,
1 ?c. ru. .Si IV t.i II I i. 2sOO VriW luht ..-il.ir.l
140 Also large assortments of the) d1"0 and black striped Outing
worn with the long streamers; we to f
lines handled, to kiep up our repu
tation to t lie highest notch, and
pi ices down to the lotve.st notch.
Mens' Wool Suits at 54 50 to
IV.ivs' and Youths' Suits fiom Ji.
J-.:iu)ovsed Ingi.uu and Twj Toned Flannel Remnants, Regular price
Gilts f:om :oc to 50c. loe and 1 2c; sale price, 8jc.
Don't buy uitd you see the line.' 20.x) yards best quality of Calico
Not cheap, thin goods, but good
heavy weight. Meilium and dark
Salt price, 5c.
Milli nery I )epa rt 111 en t.
Our Spring stock of Millinery is (colors.
Hicets and Pillow Cases.
We rre selling sheets and pillow
cases, all neatly mnde, ready lor
use, as cheap or cheaper than you
will be able to buy the materials
by thsyard. ' Hotels will do 'well
to get our prices 011 these articles
before buying, as we have secured
a lot of these goods at a very low
Heavy sheets. 72x81, 6uc,
Heavy sheets, Sixcp, 65c.
Good full si.ed pillow cases,
like. " "
The same q'nlity if muslin can
not be bought by the yard at the
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LaU ana i.nuuoiuvi i.?.i
We are showing hundred of at 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c per
new things in fine L.ice and Em- dozen yards.
broidery sets with wide, medium; Also a large assortment of allover -and
narrow edge with insertion to Laces, and Embroideries, Tuckings
match. Fiue narrow Vol. Laces, aud RufHiug. Ask to see them.
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