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We Have Good
Remember, we have lots of good
things to eat; for instance, that
Clover Leaf Butter, or some of that
Finest Coffee only found at our
Field and Garden Seeds.
Our train is in with the choicest lot of Fancy
Utah Alfalfa, Red Clover, Timothy, Orchard
Giass. White Clover and Blue Grass.
Remember, the best Seed is none too good.
Six Varieties of Sweet Pea Seed in hulk.
White House Grocery.
AgenlsChase & Sanborn Coffees and Lipton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas
Every One Guaranteed
Our lino of Bicycles for 1902 includes the .
full Columbia line, running in prico from
$25.00 to $50.00.
Wc guarantee every Wheel and any defect
mado good at our store. All Hartfords and
Columhias are fitted with the famous Hart
ford Thorn Tires.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK
BICYCLE SUNDRIES. . BICYCLE REPAIRING.
Old Wheels taken in exchange.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
AT JEWELL'S OLD Sf AND.
and Foliage fiom which to select trimmings for any shape you may
choose. There are many styles from which to select, but ALL graceful,
new and handsome.
Also just received a full line of
New Idea 10c Paper Patterns.
Don't Ruin Your
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 Kttp Your Eyej Young.
A full stock of Watches, solid gold and filled cases. Jewelry,
kept in stock.
Fine Watch Repairing a specialty.
ALl'JM'!) Jl 2TCI 1 1 '21 1 ,
Front S;., Nt-it to Palace hotel.
G. P. Pharmacy and
W. r. KREMER. Propr.
In not hard work if you have
the right kind of a Mower.
Now this is just what the
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co. are
offering to the public.
$3.50, $-1.00, $5.50, $9.00.
See the Steams Ball-Bearing
Lawn Mower before buying.
In Imported and
We are making in all the new and
stylish effects, Hats that please all
who see. We have a wilderness of
Flowers, Chiffons, Laces, Ribbons
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
A Strong Feature
of our store juit now ii ita Bn assort
ment ol blank hooka, Have tbem in
all tiit and styles, handsome and do
rbl. Great variety of offioa ledgers
in strong bindings. Whstever jtoer
needs in ststionery we can supply
iheni, and five belt value for the
money. Large and couplet (lock.
Full lint in alt department. Priced
moderately mostly more so. We
atrive to pieaae the smallest as well M
the largest parcbaaer.
National Drag Store.
N. DeLamatter, of Gold Hill apent
Friday in town.
C. O. Biglow. ot Williams, waa in
town Monday on business.
H. L. While of Rock I'oiot, waa in
town Monday on business.
E. D. Thompaon came in from Wiruer
Friday, returning home Saturday.
U. C. Kinney went to Coles, Tuesday
on buaineae, intending to return Satur
Mrs. E. II. Bristow, of Ashland is
visiting in Grants Faaa, the guest of her
friend, Mrs. Franien.
Miss Hattie Silsby ha returned home
after an extended visit with Mrs. Thos.
H. Simpson of Ashland.
Mrs. Nellie Miller baa returned borne
after a visit of a tew dayi with Miss
Bertha Ruble, of Ashland.
Loren Adarai and Frank Colvig cime
fn Friday from nrar the Eureka mine,
where they have been working.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Tucker came to
Grants Pass Monday from Trail, Jack
son cou Dty, to make a few days' visit.
J. M. Rader, formerly of the Palace
Hotel, baa a position as carpenter on the
dam being constructed by the Anient
Miaa May Franien returned to lier
home in this citv the first of the week,
after a viait of aeveral days with Ash
II. B. Hendricks, who with his family
recently arrived from Tillamook, has
purchased the F. A. Ilsllock place on
aorth Sixth street.
J. II. Biali, principal of the Woodvilie
school, has been eletted teacher in the
grammar department of tho Central
Point school (or next year.
K. McClure left Thursday for Cen-
tralia, Wash , to make his future home.
Mrs, McClure and daughter went to
Centralia several weeks ago.
Presiding Elder D. T. Sutnmerville, of
this city made a trip to Oakland, Sun
day to bold services, tie will hold
regnlar quarterly S'jrvieo there.
II. II. MuClung returned from
Weaver, Trinity county, Calif., Monday,
for a business trip. He has been min
ing for tbe Sweepstake Mining Co.
Mrs. F. A. Hallock and children left
on Saturday for Eventt, Wash., to join
Mr. Hallock who went there some time
ago. Mr. Hallock ii foreman in the
Dr. Robt. Leslie bade a lieu to his
many Grants Pasa friends Monday morn
ing and boarded the train for the east.
He will spend a month or more visiting
relatives and friends in Iowa.
Lieut. Siegenthaler of the Salvation
Army, who has been stationed here for
the past 10 months, left for Corvallis
Wednesday. One of the Corvallis ofll-
ers will be transferred to this place.
B. A. Lowell, a prominent fruit-grower
of Woodvilie, was in town Monday. He
reports that the prospects for a most
bountiful fruit crop are good and that
the recent frost did little or no damage.
Mrs. Alma Thomas, formorly head
waitress at Hotel Josephine, who has
been visiting her parents in Kansas this
winter, has returned to Oregon, and ia
now at the McClellan House in Rose
Frank Colvig and Loren Adams came
to town on Friday from the lower Illi
nois, where they have been engaged for
tbe past three months in running a
tunnel on one of the Oregon Con
solidated Mining Go's coppsr prospects.
H. C. Telford, of Colestin came down
Thursday intending to do some carpen
tering, but his health would not per
mit him to remain, and he returned to
tbe mountains Monday morning. The
higher altitude of Colestin seems to
agree with him perfectly.
Tbe Cass private car, after a halt of
several weeks in this city, mad its de
parture for tbe East, Saturday. While
here, the Cass people made an extended
visit with relatives and friends. They
returned by way of a northern route,
having come by way ol the Southern
states and Mexico.
Mr. and Mra. I). Hannan, of Grants
Pass are visiting with relativesat Yon-
calla. Thry will stop over at Roseburg
on their return to this city, for a short
Visit with relatives and friends tbtre.
Jeff Hannan went to Roseburg aeveral
Jays ago, where he will remain (or sev
W.F.Horn, after an absence of sev
eral weeks in Denver on mining business,
returned to bi borne in Hi ia city Sun
day. Mr. Horn says that be can see
increased activity in both a mining and
a general way in Grants Pass since he
was here. He says that many peop'e
of tbe middle western states have their
faces turned this w ay. Southern Oregon
is bound to grow and prosper.
T. F. Kane, repreteuting the Pauilic
Miner, of Portland, is in the city with
the view of gathering data on Grants
Pate mining matter for that minirg
journat. The publishers contemplate
issuing a fpecisl illustrated edition on
Grant Paes as a trade and mining center
and through illustrations, statistics and
discriptive matter show the great miner
al leeources and wealth of our tributary
mining district. Mr. Kane will be in
tbe city during the week and will also
visit tbe mine.
what Shall yc Have for DuicrtT
This question arise in the family
every day. Let us answsr it to-day.
Try Jell-O, a delicious and bsaltbful
dessert. Prepared in two minutes. No
boiling! no baking! simply add boiling
water and set to cool. Flavors: Lemon,
Orange, Kasberry and Strawberry. Get
a package at ) our grocer today. 10c.
Ou Wednesday morning a special
train of nine cars passed through Grants
Paa southward, loaded with soldier
boy. They wrs three companies ol
tb Seventh Iulantry on their way from
Vancouver barracks to the Presidio at
San Francisco, from where they may
later be detailed to tbe Philippines.
What Thin Folk Need
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For them Dr. King's
New Life Pills work wonders. Tbsy
tons and regulate tbe digestive organs,
gently expel all poisons from tbe sjs-
tern, eortrb tbe blood, improve appetite
make healthy flesh. Only i'x; at Dr.
A Tragedy at Roaeburg.
Tho. C. Owens, a Myrtle Creek school
teacher, aged 23 years, waa shot at Rosa
burg on the morning of the 1st Inst., by
Frank Reed, a deputy marshal of the
latter place, dying some four hour later
froai the effects of the shot. The circum
stance of the tragedy were peculiarly
unfortunate. The Koseburg otlicial bad
been notified that a man wa wanted at
Eugene for the theft ot an overcoat, and
Reed was at the depot when the 4:25
south bound overland pulled into Rose
burg. Brakejnan Bob Medley called bis
attention to a man who bad stepped off
the blind baggage. Tbe stranger wore
an evercoat and Reed immediately gave
chase, calling on him to stop. As the
latter paid no attention to the demand,
Reed fired, pointing his pistol at the
ground, as he allege. Tbe ball, wheth
er directly or on a rebound, entered tbe
young man'a head at the bare of the
brain. It waa at once developed that
Owens was innooent of any wrong doing
and was on bis way home from Cottage
Grove where he had been looking for
work. ' Owens' mother, who is a widow,
waa dependant upon the young man for
T1IK COKON Kit's Kl'.l'OKT.
The coroner's jury in the case of Thos.
C. Owens, after a deliberation of two
home, closed their report as follows: In
the opinion of the coroner's jury the said
Frank Reed is guilty of manslaughter.'
Mr. Reed, the defendant was placed
under bonds fixed at 1:1,000, to appear
for a hearing before Justice Robiuett
Tuesduy.- The bonds were furnished and
he was released on bis own recognisance.
The action of the coroner's jury in find
ing a verdict which will require a further
inquiry and full investigation in the case
and the establishment of the blame and
responsibility for the untimely death of
the young man, is commendable, and
meets with the hearty approval of all
law abiding citizsns.
Our New Machine.
We have made an important addition
to the Colkikr printing plant in tbe way
of a new Simplex type setting machine
which arrived this week. We expect to
have the machine installed and in work-,
ing order in time for our next issue.
Lewis and Cla.rk Sites.
On Monday eight sites were offered
to the directors ot Hi Lewis and Clark
exposition ; most of them being offered
free of charge. They were located in
different parts of the city of Portland,
all but two being on the east side. The
sites offered are as fullows: Hawthorn
Park, HO acres; A hiatus A Knox tract,
104 acres; City View Park, 177 acres;
University park, 300 acr:s; Love trait
near Piedmont, 200 acres; City park,
including King tract 180 acres and P. L.
Willis tract near Guilds lake 200 acres.
No action looking to the selection of
any particular tract has yet been taken.
An old Union soldier, who gives his
name as John Uiley made two attempt
on Saturday and Sunday to end bis life
by jumping into Rogue river. His at
tempt at drowning wa foiled each time
by being rescued by parties who
happened to be eloso by.
Oil Saturday ss Henry Walters and
a friend were crossing Rogue river
bridge, they noticed an old man climbing
out over the railing midway of til
stream and s impeding that something
was wrong hurried to him and caught
him just as ho was in the act of jumping
into the river. The old man told them
that he wanted to drown himself and
they brought him into town and turned
him over to the marshal.
The following day, as Olto Walters
was Hilling below the bridge he saw a
man jump over the bank an I into the
river below him. The water was not
deep, and Walters succeeded in fishing
the would-be-suicide out, he proving to
be the some old man who had made the
the attempt the day before. He was
again brought into town and locked up.
lie says he will drown himself as soon as
gels an opportunity.
Kiley was formerly an inmate of the
poor farm in this county. He has no
relatives in this section.
Some 20 or 30 people from Michigan
and Wisconsin are expected in Jose
phine county next week for the purpose
of acquiring limber lauds here. There
are already a number of cruisers in bore
looking over and taking up timber and
from appearances the available tracts of
limber will all soon be taken up. There
yet (remains in western Jotephiue
county vast areas ot line pine timber.
Much of it has not been surveyed as yet
though a considerable portion ia out of
the title ol the government and await
ing the locator. The trouble is, the
Oregonlani an standing by with foldod
arms while others more energetic and
enterprising, are c 'tiling in and taking
possession of the pine forests that will
ere many years, in ike fortunes for their
County Teachers' Institute.
We desire to call the attention of
every oiih interested In educational
matters to the many excellout features
of the annual county teacher's institute
to be held in our city next week ; and to
urgently req lent the atten dance of
every citi. in w in can posnlily spare the
time to be present. The subject will
be presented by representative educa
ional men of the stale and will be full
of interest to all.
The program for the evening sessions
will be announced on Monday next and
it ia hoped that large audiences will
greet the lecturers each evening.
Second Hs.nd Ple.no for Sale.
If you want a good second hand piano
cheap, call at this office without delay.
Carrier Pigeons from Grants Pass.
On last Saturday C. C. Presley, of this
city received 10 carrier pigeons frum the
Homing Pigeon club, of Chico, Cal
ifornia. On Sunday moniiug th pigeoo
were released at feven o'clock and
started on their journey -horn. They
arrived ij Chico at six o'clock Sunday
evening, covering the distance ill 12
Whil this was good time it was not
so good a that made by pigeons from
th same place previously. At that time
Mr. Presley recived 32 of the birds and
released them at right o'clock in the
morning. They arrived in Chico at 4
o'clock in the afternoon, making Ibe
long flight over the mountain and
valleys of southern Oregon and northern
California In eight hours.
Resident Dentist. .
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
Lime and cement at J. Wolke's.
Acorn stoves at coat at J. Wolke's.
M. Clemens, Prescription Drnggii .
Soe Voorbies about Kodaks and Supplies
Fine line of cans pole at J. Wolke's.
We are closing out our crockery at
cost J. Wolke.
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coroo's.
A complete line of the celebrated
Mitchell Buggies, Hacks and Wagons.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Acorn Stove at Coat at Wolke's. -The
Native Daughters will give a
social and entcrtainmeut May 23, at
Odd Fellows ball.
DeArmond's saw mill rsnumed work
Monday after a week's shut-down on
account of the bad roads caused by last
week's rain, i j
Win a prize with your Kodak $4000
in prices offered. See Voorhies.
The Ladies Aid society, of ths Chris
tian church will givs a chicken pie eup
pei at lbs W. of W. ball on Friday eve
ning. May 30. Supper 25 cents.
Curtis A Co. Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a complete stock ol
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
New Line and A 1 Cane Poles at J.
A. H. Mock has rented the Niday
building en Front street, and will opn
a barber shop as soon as bis new fur
nishings arrivs, which will be in about
Mra. J. W. Coffman and the Misses
Ireland entertained a number of th
Native Daughters at their boms on
Monday night. The evening was
pleasantly spent and very enjoyable to
The ttreet sprinkler waa brought out
Tuesday morning for the first time this
season. Everyone was glad to see it as
the clouds of dust that have besn sweep
ing up Sixth street during the past
week, bavo been a matter of great in
W. D. Sweelland bos as yet been un
able to catch the "dark-complected
gentlemen" who sold bim three head of
"rustled" cattle, two weeks ago and
buncoed him out of about 170. fie bos
had many traces and clues but they all
proved to bs a false scent.
A virulent form of diphtheria has been
raging in several of Jackson county's
small towns. At Central Point there has
been three deaths already and many ex
posures. No preventative measures have
been takeu beyond prohibiting the at
tendance at school of those exposed.
Elder B.C. Tabor, of the 8. D. A.
church at Ri aeburg, Is visiting Grants
Psse snd vicinity, directing the sale of
the book ''Christ's Object Lessons," the
entire proceeds of liicb are to be devoted
to the relief of the Adventiet college in
the United States.
Scott Griffin handles Ashland Hour,
Utah alfalfa seed, Oregon red clover
seed, winter oats, large Russian white
rye, new crop timothy seed, wheat for
seed also Wheat Hay, Alfalfa, Tun
othy Hay, Oat Straw, Chop Barley,
Corn, Wheat, Oats..
3 inch second ban I wagon for sale
cheap at J. Wolke's.
The 13th annual reunion of the Ore
gon Pioneer Society will be held in the
Exposition building at Portland on Wed
nesday, June 18. The annual address
will be given by Hon. Thomas A. Mc-
Bride. Reduced rales are advertised
and efforts are being made lo make this
reunion eclipse anything previously
Belting, ore aacka and unchinery for
the Queen of the Mountain, formerly the
Blackwell, quart! mine on Humbug
creek, arrived from ths sat this week,
II. M. White, one of the owners, made a
trip to the mine this week. He reports
that they have been cleaning ditches
and making preparations to start up the
mill which ia situated two miles from
the mine and is run by water power.
Acorn Stoves and It an yes cheap at
The Outlook Is making a spocial
feature of printing nlnglo-piiro por
traits and skutche of people of im mo
diste note. Tho May Miiirnzine Num
ber contains such portraits anil skotchos
of Donald O. Mitchnll ("He Murvel"),
who has just passed hla eightieth birth
duy; J umrs H. Garfield, tho new Civil
Scrvii'o commissioner; Frank I". Sur-(f'-nt,
who is to be the new Immigrant
Commissioner, and Ifonry Clay Evans,
who has lately resigned tho ulllon of
Commissioner of Pensions.
A farmer near Gold Hill while plowing
his ccrn crop a few days sgo, plowed up
some very rich gold quartz specimens.
Some of them weighing several pounds,
and one of them estimated to Ire worth
at least $l.ri0. One looked to lie fully
one half gold and the situ and shape of a
tin cup cut in halves. The ore resembles
the old Gold Hill "Pocket" in color and
texture. The gold was coarser and
looked to be more solid. This may prove
another bonanza equal to the one from
which Gold Hill takes its same. This
find is no exaggeration. The farmer
wishes the locations not made public and
we think in this he ia wise. New.
Democrats Are Out.
A carriage loaded wltb democrats left
Grants Pass Tuesday for Williams
Valley. The party were composed of
J. O. Uolli, nominee for County Judge,
J. A. Slover, nominee for Clerk, Attor
neys ll. D. Norton snd Roht.O. Smith.
Tbs party will tonr the entire county on
a campaign, their Inam Idea being to
snake as many democratic votes as
Advertised Letter List.
Following is ths list of Utters remain
ing uncalled for in the Grants pans post
ollice, Satuiday, April 3, l'.i2:
Steele, Mr Carrie,
Hermesun, Iven, Hunter, W C,
Simpson, Master Claud,
C. E. H Annus, I
Bicycles at Cramer Bros.
May 14-15 Teachers' annual county institute.
.lay 17 Democratic rally at the opera
Mar 19 24 Wiedenian's Pig Show, at
May 30 Memorial Pay exercises at
May 31 Grand republican rally at
opera bouse. .
Me.disort Square Theatre Co.
Lewis MadUor Square Theatre com
pany is at the opera house this week.
The company is the best that has visited
Grants Pasa for a long time and their
popularity Is increasing with each nights
performance. Their plays are lively
and every actor fills his role with ability
and spirit. Specialties are introduced
between acts, so that the entertain
ment is continuous.
Wednesday night, the play is "The
Soldier's Sweetheart;" Thursday ,"Jaon
Joskins"; Friday, "Virginia Rose";
Saturday, "Ten Nights in a B.ir Room."
The prices sr 10, 20 and 30 cents, and
the excellence of the troupe is likely
to make standing room at a premium by
the end of the week.
The many friends of .Mr. nud Mrs. II.
C. Telford will be pleased to know that
they will have charge p! the Colestin
Hotel for another season. If yon are
1 Hiking around for a jiluce tj spend tho
heated term, take a trip to Colestin
where it's always delightfully cool In
Potter Palmer Dead.
Potter Palmer, for nearly half a centu
ry one of Chicago's most prominent busi
ness moti, died at his residence Monday.
When bs retired the night before he was
feeling better than far several days pre
viously. Mr. Palmer's fortune ia esti
mated at about tJii.OOO.OOO.
Work W ill Begin Soon.
Woik will bein at onco on the Jose
phine County Exhibits Building. On
Monday evening the directors of the
Board of Trade held their regular busi
ness meeting and the committee ap ¬
pointed at the previous session to have
charge of the erecting ol the exhibits
building, made Ihelr report. The com
mittee reported that all lumber for the
construction of the building, and brick
for the foundation could nuw be had.
It was moved and carried that W. 11.
Freed be employed to superintend the
construction of the building. The plans
have since been placed in Mr. Freed's
hands and he will have supervision of
the work. Some 60 days labor lias bsen
subscribed by the carpenters and
mechanics of the cily, snd an endeavor
will be 1 11 iuIj to distribute the work in
such a way as to be most advantageous
to all concerned.
The matter of a Fourth of July celebra
tion was also taken up and liberally
discussed. At the meeting on next Moil
day night the Board will deflinitely de
cide the question of whether or not
Grants Pass will cclcmate. It seems to
be tho opinion of many that a celebra
tion of Independence Day in Grants
Pass is alums) a necessity. The people
generally expect it and would be disap
pointed if the Fourth as not cvlubruted
here. Thers is no doubt but that a cele
bration will be had and the Board of
Trade will use their beat endeavor to
make it the best celebration Grants Pass
has ever known. The exhibits build
ing will be dedicated as one feature of
the day, and what is still belter such a
thing as breaking the first ground for
tbe new railroad is not at all an Im
possibility as another feature of the
The warm days mukn you think ol
lighter hats Mis Weston has all kinds
for ladies Olid children at pi ices that
can not be duplicated .
A Josh on the Editor,
The editor of the Myrtle Point I'.nter
priae ia very absent minded. The other
day he placed a card on his uflice door,
staling thai he would Le back at 3 p. m.
Returning at 2 :'M p. ui., he sat down on
the door step and not until the clock
Btruck three, did lie recognize his own
identity, unlock the door and let him
Card of Thank.
To the friends who were so kind to us
during the sickness and death of our son
Oscar: Accept our hear licit thanks.
We want you to know that ne appreciate
your expression of sympathy; and we
pray that you may never have to pass
through such grief as we have passed.
Mil. ami Mkd. Sii i uuN Jewel 1.
Dee. Hi B.I Mule Mine.
News Inn been received lieio of the
death of W. C. Pollard, at thu Mule
ni ne on It'igun river. 'I he cruise ul
death Waa heart failuie. 'lhn di ceased
is a brother of O. C. l'nl'iud, a pro mi
nenl citizen ot ltnseburg.
garden tools at Claim
HAM-.N At Tunnel 11 lutsdae, Apiil
127. 11SI2, to Mr. ami Mis. T. lien,
llaveu, a daughter.
IOI.1.N Mi KKN1K - In lliis dry,
Monday afternoon, May U, at the M.
K. I'areonsifii, Jainei Tolin and Mis
Meda McKinzie, both ol Josephine
county, Rev. Mrlloiigal oliiciatlug.
The wedding waa a ipiict all'air, there
being only the immediate relatives of
the contracting parties present. .Mr.
and Mrs. T iliu look the uiglit train for
California where the honeymoon will
be spent. Iloth Mr. and Mrs. Tolin aie
well known I. etc, the bride tajing
formerly a resident ol this city, though
more iei eutly nf WullCierk. Mr. Tolin
has an important xmi'ioii with the
Southern Pacific being fo email ol the
bridge crew of this i.'lviiioti.
JEWELL In this city, Saturday May II,
l'.lll, Osi-ar Jewiul, aged ) years.
Oscar Juwell was a son of Rev.
Stephen Jewell, the well known lesidtiut
of this city. The funeral service occur
red Monday afternoon at four o'clock
from the Christian church, the Inter
ment being made at the Granite Hill
1 1 It A DA I.I.I A At his cabin on Alt
bouse creek , of La Gripi, Tburaday,
May I, I'Jii'J, John Giradallia, aged
about 02 years.
San Jose papers please copy.
The Right Kind
1 f iV sM 1111
lect any of the new Popular. Style
shown this season.
Fine Qualities, $12. to $18.
Ask to see the HOWARD and
A large assortment of depeudable
Clothing, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00, $6.50,
$7.00 aud fS.oo.
WALK OVER SHOES.
Stops The Counh svnd Work
off tha Cold.
Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablet cur
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. -Price
We offer 0iie Hundred Dollars Reward
or any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Ciiknsy A Co., Toledo, 0.
Ws the undursigned, bays known F,
J. Cheney for tbe last IS years and bs
lieve him perfectly bonorabls in all
business transactions, and financially
abls te carry out any obligation mads by
West A Tin' ax, Wholesale Druggists,
Wai.uinu, Kinnam & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall' Catanh Cure is taken Internally
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. 76o. per
bottle. Sold by all Prussia. Testi
Hall's family Pills ars the best.
Hmltha' Dandruff Pomade
Stop itching scalp upon ons applies
tlon, three to six reinovss all dandruff
and will atop falling bair. Pries 50o.,
at all druggists. For ssle by Slover
Drug Co. "
Don't Send to Chlcexgo.
Having purchased a large slock of
ladies gold watches snd wishing to turn
them into other goods, I will offer to
the public of Josephine oounty for the
next 20 day the following prices,, a 6
sir.e r.igin i jeweueu movement ana 20
year gold filled case for fit; was $15.
O size 20-year gold case, Walt!) am
movement, $12; was $17. A few bar
gains In gents' 17-jewelled watches,
Ca'l and get my piicea at
LxTcnxn's Jswsi.ar Stubs,
Next Door to Palace Hotel
JISS I.AUUA PARKER.
INSTRUCTOR OF TIANO MUSIC.
Cor. D and 3d stt., North of Factory
R. 'L. COE &CO.
Soiuo Ocnuino Bargains in
R. L. coEaco.
rs urn 2 1 mm iss
SIM" f ' ' 'Z-'Lz) .OJtMS
tusiit (J w;!".' i,rt sMt
There is a right kind of Clothes ,
and a wrong kind of Clothes to buy. '
A greatmany "makes" are put up to
sell on their "flashy" appearance'
without tegard to quality or durability.
This store sells the RIGHT kind
of Clothing, right in Style, right in
Quality. Our Clothing is honest and
dependable in every regard; made to
look well and wear bstter, or we'l
give your money back.
Our stock is large so you can se-
P. H. Harth & Son.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS and VALISES.
ROOMS for rent furnished and nnfur.
nl.hed for house keeping. Mra. Clara
MatUaon, titb. and K streets.
A competent girl lor general house work
wanted at gold lllll wages $4. per week,
inquire at this orllce.
AVoodchoppert wanted. Level ground,
IT good timtier, good terms, cash pay.
Apply to or address K. K. Hedlield, Glen-
rpHKKU Mtlch Cows and a good Pack
funey for sale at the Neely ranch at
70 Ewes, 00 January, lambs, and One
' Duck, t'otawouid and Merino Mixed,
free from Disease, for tVi for the Hand.
Vour choice of fa ewes, AO lambs and the
buck for $&U. Itcoil Uritlin, Urauta t'rsa,
f)LUMI)IA Uraphophone nearly new
and in good condition for sale at a
reduction. Inquire at this ollice.
AT "THE FIHS" Poland China Tigs
$10 each, Plymouth Kuck arid While
Wyaudoll eggs $l.UO per setting' uf 13
eggs. ll. 11. Alvkbsos.
OUAKTZ mine on Mt Kenben.one mils
from the Lawrence mine, 10 miles
from I sland. There i an open cut of sU
feet in length by U0 feet in depth, eiKs
iii) a vein of over 4 feet wide aaxaying J0
per ton. Anarrostre U now being put up
on the property. This properly can be
purchased at a ruoaunalile price now. In
quire at this ollice or call or address J. W.
hiades, Leland, Ore'
TAKE your wheel lo Cramer Bros, for
Grain 01 Grain 01
Remember that name when you want
a delicious, appetizing, nourishing food '
drink to take ths place of coffee, told
by all grocer and liksd by all who have
used it. Grain-0 is mads of pur grain,
it aids digestion and strsngtbsns tbs
nurves. It is not a stimulant bnt a
health builder and the children as well
as lbs adults can drink it with great
benefit. Costs about if as much a
coffee. 15c. and 25c. per package. Ask
your grocer for Grain-0.
50 Suifs Men's All Wool $7.50.
Doublo and Sinylo Breasted.
Bound and Scjuaro Cut.
Good Heavy Linings.
Wi ll rnniln In- V!rt. rlnaa uinrt-mnii
.'J You will be surjiriscd at tho Values
wo are showing in our
$7.95 Line of Men's Soils
Suits, Men's Summer
ui) Worsted at
Tho Best Material.
Tho Best Workmanship.
The Best Lining.
Tho Best Value you ever saw for