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;-ttrackfcfUR PERSONAL COLUMN
ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 24. 1WS.
Did You Pexy?
There still remains quite a Dumber
mv xiousc Grocery reopI They com. and Go'of 8ipoed J,1,f- '
and get on the main jne for " . ! Fro" Dy to Da.v j will offering to the evangelists, oa
th at please U. , , I M"1' Killy hand the amount to
. ... ' you had trouble Vr. . I chairman at at the Whita Hons
with potatoes? Try our ft, ' . . 7 A"hnr w'lls ot Wilderville if eery in order that the full amount
will please you.
indications are for advance to IT
to 20c per dozen.
BUTTER our very best has been 70c full 32 oz- now x,.
back if you're not pleased. ' 5
Finest Bacon and Lard in the city.
We are selling lots of Ashland Tomatoes and AM n..
cm. """" 1 .anncu
Fruits; they are fine. Tomatoes at 10c a can. Pears and Pr-ioW -, ,
Good Standard Corn 10c per can. " '
Fancy Bleached Evaporated Apples S 1 ;c.
10 pounds Sweet Petite Prunes 25c.
Just arrived another lot of Chase & Sarborn's Fresh Roasted
Oranges, Lemons, Banauas, Grape Fruit.
Remember the place,
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
1 bey visiting restive in Medlorc
J TI T I. ...
. d , ' ""Wiver of the
uur price on eK?s the nr.,! ! "'1"R land office, has been plnr(.il
weeks-has been 15c per do?en nd L? . f th D!" County tank
an be forwarded to the evaimclista
uot later thau Monday.
lle tt!!(I Miss
Allen's Portland Cement
lioche Harbor Lime
Wood Pulp Plaster
Sherwin-Williams Prepared Paints,
Stains and Varnishes
Pioneer i.ead, Strictly Pure Linseed
Oil, Glass and Putty
All kinds of Uuilders Hardware
Locks, Ilinses, Nails, etc.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Fresh Garden Seeds
3 Packets for lO Cents
All kinds of Bulk Seeds--Only the best and choicest grades.
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k. - . y. v
Closing out our
SHOES AND RUBBER BOOTS
At a Sacrifice.
The cheapest place in town is
QmiWc Xcw York
UlEEiUI ) Kacket Store
Mr. and Mr. Piek Hav. tH,tl, for.
-n. r reaidom. of Grants Pa. but for
some yoars ,,vt liviaE t Ft, Jones.
Lai, have bt,n visitiiiB i On.ut.
Kaymond Simj-kius who Im txcti
in Grants Pass for fpynral weeks in
the wy.0T of Arthur Conklm as
t'nnprai,iier. left on Murtar fcr
Portland and lat..T will visit rclat:v
at Spokiine, Wash.
C P. MrLane and little sru, pe
Aruioud. w..t tn Gold Hill Thursday
to attftid the weddiiiR of Mr. Mi'-
Lane g ann, O. E. Me La
Mrs. A. K. Rcss and (!at;S!it,r
Edna, of Ashland, are Tisitinu Gi.nits
rass tins wi ck. Mrs. Ru js f, r.
mcr ri,l,.nt of this city wlu to h. r
husband was enpatied in the mereaii
i S Provolt of Provolt, a jdouecr
i-iti7(U of Joseiliine county, is in
Grants: Pass at tiie hon' of his
daughter. Mrs. Jo!.D Lottke,,. Mr.
Provolt is fofferiiiR from in art trouble
atwt U.n f,. .... i :
i nn mi uj.uK-ai htren.i.inie.
Claude Hildretli, a former Grants
: Pa boy, arrived in (iratits Pass on
Friday aeeoniiiauied by his wife.
Mr. Hildretli, w ho was one of t'ne'e
Sam's Fold'or in the Phili time
i war, has lately be-u living iu New
Mrs. W. T. Perry, Miss Zora ami
I Master Harold, arrived last Saturday
from Portland to make GrantH P,.ss
their home. Mr. Perry ran now be
with liis family at least once a week,
! as he can rome in from the Michigan
i.Miuiug A: Miling Coniauv's property
at Mnrphy and jeud Hutnlay at ho iie.
j Mrs. O. W. Steele of this city has
received word that her mother is
rajiidly recaininR her health and will
, soon return to her h-mie near Wildi r
' villi-. Mrs. Steele has tieeu sick fur
, some time and three weeks a;o she
i went to M dford win re she took
special treatment from Ir. W. L.
Clarence Winetrout and his sister,
Mis Marie, arrived in Grants Pass
Wednesday from their home on
Thompson creek, two miles from Ap
jilegHto postofbee. .Mr. Wnn trout
returned home Thursday, but V;--M
trie remained in Grants Pa- until
Saturday, a gut st at the home of Xt.
and Mrs. Jos. j.h Wolke.
Ir. M. C. Pindhy f.f thta city, and
Dr. I. II. liowets.n of Ja. lis, ui
will It ave the tirst of Apt il fur .V w
York, where they will spend six
weeks in post graduate work. I!r.
Pindley. who is reooenia d as one
of the hading eye, ear and threat
sjioeiallists of Southern Or. gon, will
take up special work in his line of
practice, while IT. Boersox. who
has gained a high standing i i ab
dominal surgery, will take up sjs-cial
wi'iik in that line.
Win. liege, an employe at the Ore
Kino mine, came in on Wednesday
for a bri. f vacation. He re oris about
four inch's f sue w (it the nine at
the time he ! ft. 1 ). v ! ) m. lit w f.t i.
is g"iuf a steadily with a s-jn!! foi e
of ncn. lite cyanide plant wMti s
uow on the ground will pro!. ;, b y li
put into operation later ii tie- siri::
Miss Agnes (..'orite ot IC.-rl y spent
several (lavs in tirants P this wn 1.
visiting with friend. SU" ex p. its to , UK
. . ' i
return to Ashlatwl atiout tic- tir-t c.I
April to re-ume her fcriaer po.itieu as j
clerk in the mercantile -tabloh i.en:
Of Ueliel Hilt hS. MlBS Lu.'i.l GeOIgel
I a- fully reoov.'icd her health af'-T h. i j
ia:e severe illness and is now teaching
ESvPE MoELROY In Medford,
March. H. Bert Eso.ue of Med-
ford and Mr. Laura McKlroy of
McLAXE- VANPER WALKER In
Gold Hill, Thuradav. March 23.
l'.0. O. V, MeUue and Miss Nora
Yumlerwa'iker. Kev. D. T. Sumuier
vi I.e. of Grants Pass, officiating.
Mr, McLaue is the boo of C. E.
Mcl.ne of this city and he is a
brakeman iu the employ of the S. P.
Co. The bride in a jKipular aud e-
ttu abl young lady of Go'd Hill. Mr.
and Mrs McLaue will make their
home iu Graiita Pass. "'
La('KUl; Iu this citv, Toeedav,
March -Jl, hw Mra. Mary F. La
Croix, ai:ed t'.s years.
Mrs. LaCioix had for a number of
years heeu a sufferer from cancer,
though thu immediate cause of her
d. ai'i was thought to be a general
breaking down of health rather than
from that disease. For the past nine
i years she bad been a resident of
(hunts Pass and vicinity, living
wiih her sou, C. D. LaCrotx. Her
hnshaiij, L. V. LaCroix, who is eo
fir'.'i in lu-mi-es iu Montana,
an ;ved here some weeks ago.
Trr.NHA.M-In this ofty, Thursday,
March sis, l'..i.j, Mrs. Lucinda Turn
1 1 inn, aged ',-t years.
The d ath of Mrs. Turuham oc
curred af.ir an illness of only two
davs, duration. She had becu a suf
fer, r from .aralys's and it is prolwble
that this disease was oue of the caosei
of In r ib ,ith. She leaves three
childiin; V. T. Turuham of Grants
Pass ami Mrs. Lou Saunders and Mrs.
Snah Piokms ;f Sau Francisco. The
funeial services wi re held at 2 o'clock
Friday at ti e residence with inter
ne tit at, Granite Hill cemetery.
SIMMON.' In Portland, Tuesday,
March il, ma"., Mrs. Mary Sim
mons, ngi d el years.
Tim (b.rli of Mrs. Simmons waa
caused by cerebral hemorrhage, the
s.-liool near Kerby.
.loms arrived frr.m A-icr:
M ndar and w-ill become
of this city He is a par'!. or with I ;
J Frank MisbbLm, also la., ly .fj1
A-t. ria. iu the Gold, n llule i."-,l
a latg" general iiierchatid: :il !:?h. j
' ment wliicti tin se g, nth :..') s : i i
njeii test W-. k st S-iuiii s. villi
st'et. adjoining the ;i,.r t- pi" .
, P.at.kini! A lru-t Co:n;.invs (m':i.. j
i.Mr Jones is ail nc.-getic a. -.;ii,(. I
'v.,ui:tf n.an arid c.iii.es to Graci pa - ,
I with a pood stitudio): in rotbtut r i.
I VOTE TO FXTEND A CALL'
Bethany Presbyterie.1 Chu'rch ii.
' Vnanimous for Mr. Brow n.
firsi atiack of which wcurred at her
hnuu in Gmnts Pass seveg weeks affo.
For son.') weeks prior to her death
she bad Ixn ii iu Portland under the
care of a specialist. She had a w ifle
circle of a( .uaintancei throughout
South, in itiegi n uud was held in
universal high estimation.
Mrs. Mmmoiis was Niru iu Mem
phis, Mi.. the daughter of Ghas. and
Margaret Hughe and crossed to
plaius witli them iu lS".j and after a
few years residence at Ilarrisbnrg
n in v tl t. Joe; hine county where
she b:i sulci livid. Iu January, 1S72,
she w as married to Mthew Casey
wi,o ni 1 in 1-1.1, 1 aving a daughter,
now Mis. (Jui. K. Kiddle of this city.
' She w.-n ma 1 1 led ill lsso to Walter
Simmons, w ho-e death occurred some
years ug.i. The mrviviug relatives
:ii l.ir daughter, Mrs. Riddle; two
sir.rs, Mrs T. W. Patty of Cnsceot
'ny an 1 Mrs. A. .1. Smith of Shu
Ft.'.ncisi o and one brother, James
Hugln s uf Waldo. Sim was a member
in Gra'ds pas of the otders O. E.
S.. I. of H. . . L. O. T. M., Puudo
and o ishiiigtou.
The Pu.eial sei vices will I con
rlu by Kev. Hcrbirt II. Brown at
the if-'.' !,(.- if Mr. and Mrs. Riddle
ou :-.!i.;ei',' i.fieruoon lit 2 o'clock
and ail fn' nils are cordiallv invited
to n't. .n 1. 'I ho iutenii"Ut will be tit
th .' I . t ci men ry at which jdace
i!n. L. U. T. M. w ill conduct the
CI 1. llil 1:1' s.
.V!V,At Plac r, ou I riday,
h J . 1" '.. D. L. Frowning.
i; r.,1 will b" held on huiiday
. m. , i.ite.-.n. nt to be in the
i i.i ia! ground on Drowning
:i :i,e i ia . Mr. Prcwning leaves a
i! , and f'.o brother-, E. L. aDd
.lo1 l K'om ning in" Placer and a Ulster,
I Mi ( ,mie. I'rcwuiiiK of Eureka.
I lie v. i- a mil, known miner aud with
i I..:. '1 i'. .em, e- one of th otginal
I h ii.'t. i ' li " In i). i us Greenback mine.
THE BUSINESS POINTERS
News Notes Trom the Business
Men to Renders.
Physician aud Dentist
Goto Comn for Plumbing.
Kodaks Courier building.
See Dr. Ooble about your eyes.
M. Clemens, Prescription Prmgist.
Dry goods and notions at McLaue's.
See Joseph Moss for bargains in
See W. Ik Sherman about home
steads. MuLane'i is the place buy cheap for
Gentleman's smoke the Stage
fee is 12.5. W. B.
Bicvcles for (2!i at Cramer
THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Brief Notea and Items of Interest
' iici '
. :".V siVx.vi
Copyright i 005 by-
Hart SchalYner tr" Marx
AT &fe TOP
Hore'H whore you 't the tcp f!ylo in LLlit Over
coats, Hart, Scha finer it .M:rx ne w Tvj. C0.1t.
Look at the illustration: l-otuT. 1-ok at the onat;
bettor Btill, wear one. The laU-1 in it r-nmll thin? to
look for. hijr thin' o fiml is a i-n ihat you can have
your money hack if you want it Tnat's the motio of
our earner oturo. If you buy a suit, n hut. fhit t. un
derwear or anything else of u, this sum-' c;u;inUM''0
goes with each ale. IU-member eeiy urviele in our
store is new. Wo have no oM foils to work of!.
GEO. S. CALHOUN CO.
Tho new (olJ) Howard i-urncr, l.th and Front St-.
! At a congregatioiiHl m":ins e!
pfthaiiy Ptfsljt. r.au hut-h f .-i j
I Thursday 1 1. ntiig. Her. lier!-i! II. ,
: Frown was calied on the Hist I'.!: 1 ,
and without a di-v tiling ti te, ll.-t- '
! Iteii.g no other rand. date ii.nr-.tU-i-r., .
1 to the jiastorale of that church. Kev. .
Brosru is 'rem New York, for s. v. r il ;
1 month p-t he w ss in A-t' i ia a. su; i
I ply for the First Pr sb tetnui chun h
of that city. The first of F hruary be J
'wa s. nt to this city a- su; j ly f- r i
I P. thaiiv church for one n.'.i.ih At
ithe close ill III 1 ugag' no I t h' Was ,
i inauo'd to n main ok r si.d ns- .t:::
:thi evacg. pstic m-el.ng ca-ri '1 ;
f,.r th" past three we-g. in ; I c -I
vt' nan i but. h by I . ins'e list- P v
and 1 c -on K-v F" w n I.h ,i .
proved t.im-i If to be th. n.:i It.-.- t:
; Pr-sl yf r.at. r-. no.-, f-y
DO t line 111 Vot . l.s lo ' i"' h 1 :- '' ' :" '
JO I'.'COIll'' ti" IT p' ril.aO I t p,.-' 1.
K. v. Frown is 11 joM.g ;....ii. I. v
educated am! a f. '. ful a:. I r'.i-l
sp.al. r, ai.d in m i. . !:o.. ;!.
of thous'ht am! 1 u'p . b " 11 "
artiihut. - that i:l mal' 1 ;l- i , '
w,th hi' coligr-sa!!"" "' '
ll p,,od ill i t toi ': '
of (ttHiil- Pa-- I" v ! "
mart i' d and bis .' ' ' :
l:ti mi '1 a .no''" i - '
g i veil a In art w . c
religious and ' ' i: '' ' '
I: von: Wal b llos ll"l k' 1 ''
f,,n. la". II t" I ". 1 vi '
mas.' It g" i"-' ru'ht
1-1 rf k of I'i-
ii on nre out
We have the
.1 l'.li" of
' will he
Oi'u hi bias,
and have al-
! r-.-M-r.il ( t!icr innke-.
t!. tt . e,i ti sell you
ji e ..1 I. i c y e 1 fnun
V- ,.!is hnvo a few
ii -j liii- iii .-( iii'l-lia ri-1
I'M' :;..' s muk k
, .... ; ., l 1 Hardw.irs
A second band Cornish organ at a
snap. J. M. Ward.
Before buying timber see W. B.
A few diamonds left at Letcher's
Wanted, poles aud logs for wood.
Address box 2 Sri
Pure Plymouth Rock Cockerels,
$I.CsJ. See Kobbius.
Axes, ax handles, shovels granite
and tinware at MoLa lie's.
Buy your Incuhatnr of F. H.
Sehmidt-lij sells the best.
Bargains at JlcLane's store, Hester
ou Building, Front street.
Violin, guitar, mandolin aud banjo
strings at the Courier building.
DRESSMAKING Mrs. W. R. Ran
nie, B street, bet. Fourth and Fifth.
Pattou's Sun Proof Paint, the kind
that wears, for sale only . by Cramer
Aud still I am insuring aud selling
real estate at the old stand. J. t
Get Glasses fitted and ground cf
Dr. Goble. They will cure your
A second hand Kimball orgsn MS
on fu payments. J. M. Ward at
It yon want to buy or sell real es
tatecall ou Joseph Moss, The real
estate agent. No. 616 "E'1 St.
Pr. Goble lias been visiting Grants
Pass fer the past nine yea's. He
guarantees his glasses to be correctly
$500 takes 80 acres just outside
the citv limits. (No. 821.
See Joseph Moss, THE It. al Estate
Sewing machines (I. $.", I0 up to
filo st the Singer agency oj posit the
Court House. All thu standard makes
I will look after vour tirujr lauds
W. B. Sherman. Ask W. II. Slier
man for information concerning tim
All the uer and up to dale
millinery will be on sr.le about April
1st, the Aliening of the "Golden Rule
Store" ho3 South Sixth street.
Two second hand upright pianoi
for sale on easy payments. One is a
Fischer and one is a Sherwood. Good
bargains tstith of them. J. M.Ward.
Pr. J G. Goble the Optician, will
be at the Hotel Josephine, Monday
aud Tuesday, March 2H-2'.i. ir you
wih correctly fitted glasses, dnu't
fail to see him.
House- for rent bv SHERMAN &
A splendid line of Rjyal Cbartir Oak
Ranges st (loron't
Poultry nettiug and wirei fiucing of
all kinds at Cramer Pros.
If you want to raise ducks, buy an
Incubator of F. Schmidt.
Steel Range with high closet and
Reservoir for $:' st Cramer Pros.
See the new Fanner brand Waists
and Skirts at Wade's on Front street
aud G. I). Juslrite corsets.
Extras for all sewing machines, oils
and needles at ."e a paper at Singer
Sewing machine agency opposite
A full line of ladies covert jackets
and silk coats will he ou sain lit the
ojieniiig of the Golilc.ii Rule sUire
about April 1st.
We want vour proK-rlv to sell.
SHERMAN At IRELAND.
Planet Jr. Gardens Tools make
friends win rever they go. Crane r
Bros sells them.
Three million fei t of tnulier, X.. j r
cent sngar pine, on section of t . S.
G. lurid within three nub s of town,
all down grade; 1 will show it to you
for HIV W. F Sin rmaii, Masonic
'Icmple, Giants Pa-s 're.
W L IRELAND writes HUE
INS CHAN I E.
Bargain in Second hand lir yob
nt Cramer Pros.
H gh gr id" ore in small lets bought.
W. G Wright.
S. e W. P. Sheruiaa alx.ut some i f
the hollo-lend whii Ii ate now to I
Consult Pr. Golds- aluuf your i u
Iroubb s. H" w ill examine your i ves
free of charge at the Hole) Jophiri.,
March 2-1 Ii and '.".ith.
Moor, the second band, ibahr will
buy at the highest price unv house
hold or other srtnl- that may be
offered for sale. And be ha- every
kiud of an article for sale cheap.
SHERMAN & IRELAND, RE A I I
High grade ore iu small lot Sought, j
W. G. Wnght. j
Projierty for shb on the installment
plan. See SHERMAN & IRELAND, j
New stock of Fi-hiiig Tar I le jn-t 1
J -we, ved from the f iict ry by 'ramer
'j At Pstillu's market, Souih Sixth
'street, the meats are strictly Mr-t
ounhty, the cutting Ursu las, and the
I prices tight.
i Cr.rlis A' Co. fol Wat. -I. ( , Clocks.
Everybody knows or ought to know
that Letcher's is the place to get a
good watch at the least price. Good
time keepers is what he makes a
The Hotel Layton diuing room will
again be opened iu connection with
the hotel aud not as a restaurant,
Landlord Smith says the kitchen lias
been remodeled and everything is in
first-class hai. The first meal will
be served Saturday evening.
The Woman Club has arranged with
Grace Morey-Kropke to ?'Te dem
onstration aud talk on home economics
to club members ou Saturday, April 1,
at 2 :10 P. tn. at the A. O. U. W. ball.
All members arc earnestly argued to
take advantage of thii demonstration.
Mrs. Kropke has made her work a
The Geo. S. Calhonn Co. have this
week bad a window display of gold
specimen trom Josephine county
mine that has attracted a great deal
of attention. The specimens are of
both quarts aud place gold and of a
qualtiv to disjHise forever of any idea
that this is not a rich mineral district.
The collectioi. is the projwrty of Mr.
M. O. Warner, arrived iu Ursnts
Pass Friday evening and will remain
as long as necessary in order to do his
work. Mr. Warner is oue of the best
piano tuners In thu state and has been
making regular trips to Grants Pass
for many year past. He will be
I'les ed to tee all his old juttrous and
many uew ones. A postal card ad
dressed to M. O. Warner, Grants
Pass, will reach him.
D. W. Hazeu, librarian and Secial
writer ou the Portland Daily Journal,
wits in Grants Pass last Saturday ou
his way back to Portland. Mr.
ilazcn had been taking a two week's
vacatiou which he bad spent iu the
enjoyment of farm life at the home
of Mr. aud Mrs. vY. II. Winetrout ol
Applegate. Mr. Jlax.eu greatly en
joyed hi trip to Southern Oregon and
intends to sjiend his summer vacation
en the Applegate.
Jack Bunyard was fined f'.O ou Sat
urday In Police Judge Mayhee's court
for assault on D. L. Steltz. As the
evidence indicated that the assault
was unprovked a heavy penalty was
imposed and iu default of the
money- Hunyard was set to work on
the streets in process of serving a 25
day sentence. This occupation, how
ever, was not to his liking aud after a
few days work he sei.ed an oiKr
tnuiry for escape and his iuce been
numbered among the missing.
Harry Grant, lately of this city,
and more recently of Gold Hill, is
said to have absconded from the lat
ter place leaving a number of debt.
Ho was in charge Hit re of the cloth
ing store of Welch & Grant, which
has been closed and the bills of the
firm paid by Mr. Welch Grant was
married onlv a few weeks ago to
Miss Mae Curry of Gold Hill. He
w as known here as a young niau of
apparent good habit and his lute is-
cap do has occasioned considerable
Grauts Pass Is to oe favored by a
lecture by Consul General II. B.
Miller on his cxpei u nci and obser
vations iu Japan and Manchuria
whiih will b givin at the Opera
house in this city on Monday evening.
April li, under the auspices -of the
Grants Pass High school, the proceed
to go to the school libiary fund. The
lecture w ill be illustiuti d by sten opti
ecu views showing towns, prominent
personage and scene in the far Fa-t.
Thu viiw will also emhiacc a large
uumher of the eients in the pri i lit
war between JapMi aud Russia. Con
sul General Miller has recently given
this lecture in Portland, Eugi lis. and
Corvalli. aud they wi ru attended by
large audiences and given veiy bigl
ccnipllin. nls .nr. ji i in r w in arrive
on the morning tiain aud will leinniii
over until Wi'duesday moiuit g w I en
h.i will I turn tn Fug. ii", from which
place lie will leave for San Francisco
in tunc to catch the steamer Man
chui ia w hii h mi Is on April 111, for
Yokal.an.it. Japan, which city will be
Consul G neral M lib i ' h' aibuaner.
That Helps You
On in the world
That's tho kind wo Bell.
It is mado by
Scji.oss Bros. & Co.
Correct Clothes Makers
It is HAND TAILORED
"It is cut on the newest
It iscorrect in every style
4 Every garment is shaped
4 to fit perfectly, and so
4 made as lo hold its
We have our large Spring
J stock of this clothing ready
J for your inspection.
72 ZJjnHW- hi J w
Fine Clothes? Me.ker
BAU1MOKS NtW YORK
Special sale on
o o jf su nt rr t
for a short time, regular
"$1.25 values at $1.00
Your chance to save money on your Summer Shirts.
Drop in and let us talk it over.
M IS xx . -yf TZ s
Outfitters to Men and boys
SJO . m . sst
4 irom neaa to leet.
j Grants Pass, Oregon
VVTVVVVVV V w WWW
1 WANT TO PURCHASE a placer
mine fully equipped. Give full
particulars aud lowest ca.h price by
mail. Address X. Courier oflice.
I WANT a ranch of 10 acres lo raise
alfalfa and fruit. State price and
particulars Address K, Courier
PARTY' WANTS to buy a good quarts
prospect that will stand investiga
tion, send all (isrtioular and cash
price by letter to M, Courier office.
WANTED The address of 2S .ople
who are going to relinquish their
homestead filings to the U. S. aud
w ish to sell their improvement.
W. B. Sherman.
WANTED Place to cook 01 run
hoarding bouse at mine or logging
camp. Mrs. (J. T. Smith, Merlin.
WANTED A middle aged woman as
boiisekees r and rare lor t wo eh i id
re n In town. Employment by the
year. Address box KM, Graats Pass,
FR NK l!lRNKTT-t',holsternigt
mission furniture made to order.
ICR. REN I.
PLEASANT ROOM to rent Iu private
f n in i ly to ri, lr lrty. J. D. Drake,
A Ai Seventh Ht.
KOlt RENT A 3e acre farm on
l.ilbrt creek in North Grauts Pass.
House, bsin and other buildings,
orchard and flue soil for grain, jiola
toes. elc. ierm reasoable. Ad
drc.s C. II , care Courier.
f OK SALE.
S. C. WHITE l.EGIKll.N EGGS,
high scoring birds. 7 wr setting.
C V. Ilenkle, k'll .list ,( Irani Pass.
LOST A dark grey overcoat, with
black silk mu filer in pocket, some
where between Grants Pass and
Gold Ii ill. Reward for return by
addressing "Coat" care Courier.
STRAYED Prom my place near
VTildervilln, last January, a cow,
about eight years old, heavy set,
shows Jersey breed, color, body red,
dark head and white under body and
inside fanks ' Small, disfigured
horns, no brand but mark on ear,
dlsoriptinn of which I have for
gotten. Had on belL Liberal re
ward paid for hei recovery. O. D.
Sargent, Wllderville, Ore.
ASK TIIE AGENT FOR
T I Cli" I3TN
When look.iif f. r a wcbiing
let Iji'lclii r make you one.
Card ol I hunks
'Hi" under. gin 1 wish to give this
i ipressioii of tbi ir ft rv. nt thank lo
the veiy ijuiii.-ious fried who so
kindly i xt nib d their r:iatl.y by
words and h . d during th" trials and
l, rim u.i lit vi I ii Ii r.c. nlly b.-f. ll
th. m iii th" i-it.g away of M's. L.
I.. F. LaCroix.
t hiud" 1 1. I iO 'mix,
Hat: i" Fa1 'roi .
Mali-li k" Mtrtle Katbnue I r. vitte,
reader. and Wmilred Flaiuigau,
pianist at Christian obnioh.
Marca Ho. Thurs'l'iv 1 iiftrn t iuarli r-
lv ii'bl. rence in lilanls Pas of
M. F. South church
April "j. ttiilmsilar- M.'.tuiii f
Cl.UIlt COl.ll lor JOS' ) ll 1 111- I'liUlllV.
April 1".. M.-iirisv-Circull cult for
,o ph.'ie county convene at
HAV FOR SALE in c
VSrite J. A. Perry, Me
goii, for prices.
ram ri. gsi
Nbiifi.iHii. e, aaler lor irjii'stion, he-ide
sprins-s on every H) serf s; lenu-rof s g...t
rsn.e ciltitri ; two uwsllitig liou-e-. bill
l-ain. every linns' eurnplele; sell shelleretl
Irom Irosi., i;.(1 ii i iii l.i inarkel. 01 e
bail mile north "t 'funnel !l, price t.h.'sa.i.
li.'iuire si mi. uiliee.
I.'AIIM l"IU (M Y. Iii mile from Mer
Im, Psi B' re. at. ml .'si s. fe of v"!
Isill.'in Uud. ..acres iu cnltiiutlon. siimll
h'.ii-e nn.l bsru Mt.d aU.ul au acre un.ler
lele e. b mn e ot land suilsl.lv for or. bsr.1
or pa.lmr. l or lurlher parte uisr ad
ilres U. hi. i row. Merlin, uregon.
ST PAUL. DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS and
ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH
2 0VERtAND TRAINS DAILY
THE RYIR AND THE FAST MAIL
ari.t'Miin sruvii e
coi iti rim umimxjvks
llajliglit irlp across tti C ascade
and llrtrkj Slnamalna.
For ticket, rte, folder and full Inlof
mstiori, call on or address
II. DICKSON, c. T. A.
I'J'J Third aireei, Porlland.
S. G. YKRKEK.U.W.P. A.
lil'i First Avenue Seattlu, Ws.h.
We ive sipdtird servh-enn beeht.
R nee vour shipment vis Great North
ern. 111)1 information from
Wat. lUarii, General Agent,
Keal Eststti Transfers
P. Ki-n.er to F. N. Provolt.
Ploik I. Uriginal
wa- made tiirongh
Agency of Jo-eptl
takes two Him one hi U . re ;
.j-' ; all g"Oi pii
orlh sole of Irs. k .
See .los. ph Mos. ': HE
good Iii e ro un b
J lOlejoi t-
. . 1 t. .. I I . .... .r f .... U , .
, KOi'l I.I..S- no ' u . ' "' ' j 'I, w rislte
trepairiiig, ihgravmg. (jood sold at ! -jp,. nhov
i r awi.in oe- pi " ' ..in.- ,.,1'j i
I. li. t. F. Bunding, (rrant Pa, ;
(;.t r.ut your Olmr Pi. w If It is'
I mini out, get another at Craiinr
. Ask your denier for Rogue River. Real Estate
Crci'i"ry i:utt"r ins'l" at jaeiiioru i .
I now 70 ! ni I r twi-iund. uare.
j foil w ight. j
I I aiu in a i.iliou to furnish you a .
b"kvily tiinUred flann as vou would'
have got two or thr-e year ago. W.
I B Sliermau.
i fl$IOOO takes ) a. r. al-r.ut 2t) ,
!acrN iu f-oilivatiou. Small boons', '
, g's,d barn, g'a.d wster right aitli1
; wt..r enough to irrigate at 1. a-t one- '
half if idv-. Tin place also hs i jnoo take gisel five loom bri. k
I plenty rrf good roinii.s ground. (No. ' ,0UM wnh iw-i Io'. witl.iu four
t'li .L'.iakof the l'ti-t nice, i Ne. S J' .
f Seo Josep'i Mum, THE Real Elate ' r.e .Ios.. h .M ,s, 1 HE Real Lste
Piano and furniture lor Sale.
A piano sud hi u. bold furu.tute is
ntfir'dal 1 1 v k I sale nt pries thai
wiUu.mi." then. go. '1 he piano ha hnd
exceptionally w o l (ar, and no t iter
tuned ii. sti unc ut can be found Eav
I. iii,i will b" u. a le to satisfactory
L F LA CROIX,
North End Eighih street.
in fact trie best placed $hce money is that invested in
AllAincrica $3.50 Shoes.
Such money buys more style,
Buys iTiore com Tort,
Buys mere wear ti.etn in any other shoe.
You may make ycjr oe'ection from several leathers
made on tho noL-l.tst Li'.s.
Whichever yoj cliooi-e is bound to be satisfactory, be
cause Ail-Americj(s are cf uniform excellence.
Better than any other equal-priced shoe you've eve
worn. Step in and try en a pair.
I'.ach dollar purchase entitles you to one ticket on the piano.
R. L. BARTLETT,
llnviiiril llll(f., It I
(.raula l'naa. Oifxjron