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incir iksc in quality at present.'
' Good large juicy Lemons at 15c and 20c per dozen.
Specials This Week on Soap
7 Bars of Radio Laundry Soap for 25c.
2 " Yellowstone Soap, large size 15c.
v 5 " White Linen a clear, white laundry Soap for 25c.
4 One box (3 bars) Jockey Club toilet Soap, highly perfumed, and
: accmbination bread knile and meat saw for 25:.
Buy your Fels Naptha Soap Where you can buy it cheapest
f To introduce we will sell a patent roller wash board at the price
of a common wash board, 45c. Try one and save 1 ' your labor.
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY.
Allen's Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime
Wood Tulp Plaster
Sherwin-Williams Prepared Paints,
Stains and Varnishes
Pioneer Lead, Sti icily Pure Linseed
Oil, Glass and Putty
All kinds of Uuilders Hardware
Locks, II i nues, Nails, etc.
Hair-It id (He .Hard ware Co.
and Dress Hats
New Spring stock is now ready lor inspection.
Call and see the newest thins in Millinery.
Front St., near Sixth.
THE VOTING CONTEST
A. A. C ' '4.
Odd I'cllowi 'i
W. 0. v
M. 15. Church
G. A. R
Kay tern Star
Presbyterian Church .
K. of P
Knights of Columbus
Coupons are given at the lullowing
Geo. S. Calhoun l'o.
Paddock's liicychi Den.
K. O. McCroskcy.
C. Ij. Cleveng. r. ,
It. L. Co" Ac Co
Plnminer - Martin.
White House lirocerv.
Koguo Kiver Courier.
H. A. Kotcriuuii.l.
Miss 1.1a Weston.
Thomas & O'Neill.
V. M. DePoy. i
Bovd is giving : handsome r-sent
with' each tlo.eii cabinet photos for a
XT T t TTl f
If you like the double
breasted suit, you'll want this
Hart, Schaffncr & Marx Double
You'll enjoy wearing; it for
what it is, as well as for what it
looks. The quality is there.
Tlw libel in it small thine to
look for, big thin); to find;
sien that jou can hnve
money back if ou want it. V e
positively guaiantie ev.ry fcnr
tmnt LtaiitiR the Hart, Schafincr
& Marx label to be absolutely
all wool. You'll find pkn'.y of
clothes rhis year which are not
all wool; they're part cotton, and
thty won't wear like all wool;
they're called "mercerized,"
If we have au orr0''"11'1'
to clothe you. you' 11 be satisfied
with your looks and with our
GEO. S. CALHOUN CO.
The White House Grocery
draws a decisive line between good
an inditlerent quality. Our con
tract with our patrons calls for Uk
best available quality at the lowest
We are entirely sold out of those
Naval Oranges at Mc per dozen,
but we are selling lots of tha 25c
and 30c Navals. They are at
Miss Ida Weston
A I ar..inel( r, I". nival standard,
tells the weathi r mcuuitcly 21 hours
ah. a.l. Woulil save price to a fanner
in one season o.i Ins hay crop. Will
, one lirih of its eo t. Is ill
order. Davis. .South
Sixth str. i t.
(jAHltKTi PIM.MKK At Grants
Pa-s. tire. "TiiimI.v, Ainlll, l'.Hi.".,
G. V.. Garrett and Mtu.v J. lulnitr,
.last'ee G. P. Puriiiiin ollieiating.
K A ST MAN NICHOLS At Grants
Risk, Ore., Tin sday, April I, P.'l)".,
Waller 11 Ka.-Un.iii anil Laura M.
Xielioh-, Justice (.. P. Kuimaii
I! AII.LV Y 1ST At the bride's
home, 111 Grants Pass, Wednesday.
April I '.''. Hohcit S. Hailey
1 M.-s .vlinnie May Vest, Uev.
( 'msI, 11 ollieiating.
The Yol hon e war lii autifull.vdee.il-at.-il,
the (.ink s' heme be tug can iid
out with apple liiossi.ins. The bridu
woif a gown of rich blue a'lk.
! .Mr. and Mis. l'ai!. v were the re-
'oipi. nis of many h, nuriful gifts,
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attM'ui; otie rs was a t .... . -
n iv. il fioui the bride's mule of Sr.
j following Hi" wedding the young
' coui b to. k tl." train for Portland,
where tli.y will make their Inline.
1 Laeh has a host of friends in (iiants
i Par.-, who give tin ir lust wishes 'hat
a full measure of happiness, health
and wealth may l"' theirs. j
APLoTI'-'" Ahkiiid, March
Jcnni" Atit.ott, win
Abbott, aged :s:i '
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OUR PERSONAL COLUMN j
People &s They Com. nnd Go
From D&v to Day
Mr. uiul Mrs. J. J. lirowu arrived
Mouday from au extiudid tisitj
through California. j
William Sanborn, a well known
miner and tool sharpener, who lias
been iti Grants Puss for soino weeks,
loft Thursday for Waldo to work in a
Hon. G. V. ColviR, who ha been
seriously sick for the past two weeks
with mienmonia. is 8t.rn.lilv reitainlnp
his strength and there is now every
certainty that he will soon be able to
resnme his business duties.
Miss Annie Barrett closed a term
of priviats school lust Friday at the
home of J. R. Harvey, a 1'ling
mining man of (ml ice. Miss Barrett
returned Saturday to her homo in this
city and will rest awhile before tak
ing up another school.
Miss Xaomi Massey of Sal. m is in
the city to spend the summer with
her cousin, Mrs. L. W. Kiehatdson.
Miss Massey will be employed by
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson in their
confeotioncrv and ico cream parlors,
I known as tho Rosebud.
i Chas. A. Maybee will leave nest
t Thursday for Los Angeles where he
j goes as n delegate to Pacific Jurisdic
tion assembly of tho Woodmen of the
j World, which convenes in that city
on April 18. Tho other delegates
from this district are: P. K. Snod
grass, of Eugene; It A. Washburn,
of Sprinulield ; L. A. Roberts, of
1 Myrtle Point ; and L. t Sherman, of
Mrs. O. A. Thomas will go to
Salem Saturday for a w.ek's visit
i w ith b. r parents, Rev. and Mrs. W.
C. autner. Rev. Kantner is patsor of
the Congregational church in Salem
: and bis conrgegation has recently
completed a l ouse of worship, to re
place their old one, wheih hud be
come too small for 1 1 it ir needs. The
new church is one of the finest in the
state. It will be dedjcateilth is Sun-
I day nnd one of tho objects of Mrs.
Thomus' trip to Salem was to attend
the dedicatory services.
I George Bitdseyo has taken a posi
tion as clerk In the It. L. Coo ft Co.
department store. Mr. Pirilseve is a
young jiuiii rroin mr.tseye cr-o k,
opposite Wotdville nn.l is a giadmit'
ot the Jacksonville High School. To
his Acquaintances Georgn is known
as an honest-, indnstriotiH boy of ti"
bad habits and one who mav become,
if he can say "no" to the many temp
tations that beset a young man 111
town, able to get a top posit ion and
eventually to conduct 11 bnsiti. ss of
Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Reynolds from
VYaterville, Minnesota, arrived in
(iiants Pass Tuesday on a viMt to
their daughter and her husband, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hounds Mr.
Reynolds is a harness and saddh ry
dealer of years experitnte and desir
ing to g.t into u milder climate mav
locate in Grants Pass and cng .go in
tha harness husine-s. Mr. and Mrs.
Reynolds are well pleased witii the
appearance 01 drains 1 ass mil the
warm, balmy weather is in such
marked coutraeast to that of Minne
sota, w h. re spring lias not v. t eotu
and where they expe. t ft foot of snow
yet hi fore the ground thaws out.
Colonel L II. Mullin will
Golden Sunday where he w i 11 spend
six weel:u w ith his ilaiietiter. Mrs.
C. S.Miller. Colonel Mullin is a
veteran of the Civil war, s. iviug in
the First and Twenty-ninth P. tin
sylvania Infantry. Ho to. k part: in
a 111111'' -r of the I'ttti.s, Anfiettiin
and Gettysburg being ttmong the big
oneB. Colonel M ti 1 1 1 ti comes of a
- 1 1.1 i. r family. Two I retina.-, be
sidts himself, sitv.d in the war of
th R. b' llioti, one brother was in the
Mexican war. Ills father and two
nuchswere iu the war of sp ami
his grau.llather serv.d through
(i. A. Cobb, who has the Pa
farm b asul has pla. . d it ill cha:;
.1. A. Maddux aud has uiov- i
Grants Pass aud with his l.ni.i
IV Is ;
occupying a house ow u. d by M.s.
Wiole on S.v.cth and II sriitt-'.
Mr. Cobb is i ug.ig.il in the .-...! .-tat.
business ai d has iq . ncl an o!b. .. in
the K. -t. rsoii block 'II w. s. ti sir. .-t
Me has 1. aseit one oi lite -roie ; o os
on th.' ground lie. r and will h..vr
his cilice in one s. t inn of it ae,! 1 1,,-
n main,!, r he will use f. r an no. ' ' a (Ar
and second baud room '11, " -!' !', )r
will be in cbalge t.f .1. A. Torn-i. ; V,
Loth Mr. C.bh and Mr. I, im-t '
aiektiowii in the busin. -s cire!,
Grants i'ass and then' is ev. iy lii.e ;
lihood that tin y will ir.ak' a nn c. 1,.
ot th. i r venture. 1
W. A New. 11 arrived in Oiaiits,
Pa.-s .Saturday and Monday lie t. ot. a ! A.
position in the postotle e, he h;
; I 11 I llgag. 'l I,y I USI llia-i : ' .
j Harm. in to assist him in the wotl.,
p. tially with the money oil. ri
;r, gistry bn-iuers. Mr. X w.-U
, been for tho ast II y tirs it.'the r.
.. . i.l l., I.
b, i n . tigaged bv Post ina-I
w v mail s- rviei . w i' i: t,is t
quarters in Portland an I running
the 1 1. It. iS: N. and S. P train- o
of ti' it city. 11. s w if. '.- I,,- ,!! .
ing h. r and to g. t l -r to a dr
. liunite than that of Port! il.. 1, I. i
sign, d his position at tie- eh -.
I i-t in. nth. So soon a- I,.- s, ci,i.
.h sll.l! If residence, Mr tt.-ll V.
bring hi family t,. tins city. la i
dition to I. is long . vp. re i a-
jostai ch 1 1.. Mr N.-wi II .s )
mas', r at Lebanon, ( ir, g e, for I
v. ars and In- ha- a rf . ii.;,-'. tv
'every d. tail oft',., mail, ti.t.s m!
a mist valuable aoquisii
, force ill the tyrants Pa-' I
' Linen Shower.
Miss.-s Mary Co,- and Miilo- Dm
en;, rtaiiu-d at llej latt. t 's I .,;!., I..
iMt ii.Iay i veiling in b in r f M -
Micnie May Yost. The Drake h. m
I was, I., iili. fully .biorali.l w.tii ) to
i f riisati l t'uw. rs. The gic-'s w. r
delightfully ' nt. it. tin. d Hod s-r.,
1 with most daiuty refreshment-,
j Mi- Yost was b. un'.ifolly rem. i
; be-... ty li. r many giil fri. i. lt in I;
rich.st of China snd linens.
A DISTINGUISH GUEST
Consul - General Miller Honored
With Reception and Banquet.
Tuesday eveuiiiK a uuuihcr of the
Grants Puss friends of Consul-General
II. B. Miller gave a rece;tiou and
banquet in honor of that distinnaished
'former resident of this city. The
event was held in the Hotel Josephine
dining room whero an elegant dinner
win served. Iu the intermission be
tween tha morses, toasts were an
swered to. H. L. Uilkey was toast
,PT a,ul iu aiinouuoiufj tho oeoa-
sion for the gathering of Mr. Miller'i
friends, pressi d the honor that all
felt in tho spleudid success that had
crowned the. work of a citizeu of
Grants Pass in tho Held of diplomacy,
and that it was the wish of all that
Ltni greater honors should bo his. To
the toast "Anld Lang Syne," H. C.
Kinney responded and told of the be
ginning of his acquaintance and
friendship with Consul-General Mil
ler and of the lat'er's constant and
enthusiastic work for tho upbuilding
of Grants Pass. 1I told of Mr. Mil
ler's work iu organizing the towuaite
comuiy and of laying out the town,
lit the time the railroad reached
Rogno Kiver Valluy, and of his pub
lic spirit and tireless energy in the
years that he was a resident of it,
during which it attained the imsitiun
as one of the most prosperous towus
Hr. K. W. Van Dyke, iu speaking
of "Grants Pass Twenty Y'ears Ago,"
fold of several humorous incidents, as
well as times that were strenuous iu
the days when the foundation of
Gtat.ts Pass was "being laid, and iu
many of these atTairs tho then plain
Harry Miller was a central figure, but
always with credit to himself. Dr.
Van Dyke gave a brief sketch of the
gr.'Wth of Grants Pass and of the
condition Hud . xp. clai.uis 20 years
ago and of the splendid fulfillment
of those expectations in the Grants
Pass 1 f today and of the still better
expectations for the future. To the
rispons" of "Our Consuls," Judge
W. C Hale outlined thu duties and
posit ion that American consuls occu
.y in the commercial and political
activities of the world. To the
splendid work of our consuls, drawn
fiuin the ranks of the business and
professional men of country, with no
training in t ie wiles of diplomacy as
known to L'uropean courts, but with
the sound judgment and keen insight,
into (Tie measures and aims of those
with whom liny had dealings,
gained 111 tho school of practical ex
p.ii'ii.'e, th. v are tihle to guard the
int. rests of the I tilted Slabs in tha
clashing purposes of the world's poli
ties and in the lieree rivalry for trade
supp meow As a consul, the records
of tlx State 1 )v part incut, and tho high
position he attained iu the diplomats
lie! 1 i f the far Last, show that II. IJ
.Mill, r has proven himself to be one of
the aid. st men in the Atuerieau for
eign 1 'i vi. e and that his work ill
CI. n i an I .1 n an iu looking after nn.l
:.;; better Ira.ie lela.iui.
villi Amen, a, : will he 01 lasting
1. tieiit to the three couutries.
'i'.i- ; 1 1 iaui clos. d with tl... ri 1
by t on st; 1 ii tie ra I Miller hi the loasi
" liii.-st.iii-.l.ipanese War," in whi
he s oho of the tremendous conflict
that was bring waged, the equal of
any of an i. nt or modern times, and
if the vast interests at slake, with
1 1: di st iny of a cent iueut to be sett I
j and a new cobdition brought to tin
1 1 '.lit ica 1 and ct rcial standing of
' hte nati. n of the world. With th.
' -oinini' of peace and the lo-adjiistmeiit
, f trade i onditions in tho Orient, Mr.
Miliei- i t. dieted that the Patdlic
Cna.-i wold irolit, as woulil no otht
-eti.it of the wot hi, rind that the
time was m ar at hand when tho com
:n. lee with the countries of Asia
from theoitsol Oiegon, California
and V asj, i nlon, would equtll, if not
. xci . .1, that of the ports of the At
h, nt 'c states w ith rnri re. With this
i i'ai con, tin icial act i vtiy would conic
l el led , 1 pi,.-)
It ill . v -rv line
I ', a-t and w hieh
h , li.pm. nf of
-1 . ! s a - I ; , s no
i !,ei r set : ! no nt.
rity that would b.
of indnstrv on this
woti.'d advance tht
the Pacific Coast
o'h'T factor sine
Mr. M i Her s speec
v. as re pit b
with interesting facts anil
at it.- oi.,-'. lie was given hearty up
, n l:ii'g 1 1
- banquet w.
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Hen II P,
II. D. Notion,
le 11 Kiddle,
II. A. P.ol. ruiuii.)
K. 'I homas,
A E. V.orhi.s,
.). 11. Williams,
M A. W it.,
.1 L. Logan.
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sail on tla-
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a; an, w le-re on l,U
e-ume the duties of
oe,-t;l. general for
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Courier B!m k.
THE BUSINESS POINTERS
New Notes From the Business
Men to Reidcre.
PhysTlciau and Dentist.
Go to Coron for Plumbing.
'Me Clement. Prescription flrtnrgist.
Iron Beds, $3. 15 at McLane's
A Geutlemau's smoke the Stage
Easter Dyes at Clemens.
A few diamonds left at Letcher's
High grade ore iu small lots bought.
W. G. Wright
When you don't know where to go,
go to Poople's market.
And still I am insuring nnd selling
real estate at thu old stand. J. K.
It Is your own fault. If money is
worth saving, its worth walking to
Look at the advertisement, come
and see for yourself, its not a toy.
Joo. is. Calhoun I o.
If your watch does not keep correct
time, take it to Letcher's. He will
make it go just right.
Rotaiy Washer, 11. 60 at McLane's.
Sewing machines (1, .', tin up to
$1)5 at the Singer agency opposite the
nurt House. All the standard makes
Houses for rent by SHERMAN &
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron '1
Whoa looking for a wedding ring,
let Letcher make you one.
If vou want to raise ducks, buy an
Incubator of i Schmidt.
Our telephone nnunber is 51.., regu
lar delivery. People's market.
W. L. IRELAND writes FIRE
Three Pie Plates for 5 cents at, Mc
Heston's Last Victory" can now
be had at thu Music House.
See tho new Banner brand Waists
ami Skirts at Wade's on Front street
aud G. D. Justrite corsets.
Extras for all sewing machines, oils
and ue. alios at au a paper at Singer
Sewing machine agency opposite
Souvenir Postal Curds Courier
Uivo your friends a Stage lino tho
We want vour property to sell.
SHERMAN & IRELAND.
High grade ote in small lots bought.
-W. G. Wright.
Easter Novelties at Clemens.
Moore, the second hand, dealer w ill
buy at the highest prion tiny house
hold or other article that may .be
offered for sale. And ho has every
kind of an artiolo for sale cheap.
Hear them, come and look, t'3
Talking Machines given awar Gso.
I COO takes three lots with splendid
live room house, within five minutes
walk of the Post Office. Seo Joseph
SHERMAN & IRELAND, REAL
High grade ore in small lots bought.
W. G. Wright.
Curtis & Co. foi Watches, ('locks,
Gold Rings and Jewelry, lino watch
repairing, engraving. Goods Hold at
reasonable prices. Come and see us.
I. (). t). F. Building, Grants Pass,
Ask vour dealer for Rogue River
Creamery Butter inado at Mcdford
now 70 c uts in r two-pound, square
A sowing iiiachitii. on trial,' if it
suits vou il is veurs Does .is goo.
work as a machine. Have 12
slim. hud make machines, to K
Come aud see them al Ike Davis
second band store.
The Grants Pass Music House has
just received another supply of the
popular March-TwoStep "Heston's
Last Victory" d. dicati d to Mnrtin
H. stoii. the Grants Pass boy w ho has
made himself famous on the football
held. For a time it was iuipossihl.
to secure tht. music, hut now th. it is
a limited slock on hand. Cull for it
ift'iH. takes W) acres w ith good water
right. See Joseph Moss. (No. I'll)
FOR SALE Half interest In
grocerv business, address P. O. box
,',17, (iiants Pass.
Don't ;o any tuilhcr fH'
Yon cdii si'iircli an. I
siqircli an.l y..n won't lie
al.!.' (o li ti 1 any -tcr,
a iul o.i may li ivc to
i.i y a Irout. li-al inoif.
c.a inline titir
Tlo'ii u he ti it
1 m i ii t i ti your
llOllSI' W (' IlitVO 1 111' I st
on tlic 1 1 1 ; 1 1 kit.
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ODD t KIXOWS riUK'K
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THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Brief Notes end Items of Interest
E. G. Patton ot placer visited
Grants Pass Friday.
I. II. Miller of Williams lias been
spendiug several days iu the city this
Free ooucert at our store, Saturday
afteruoou and oveuing. Geo. S. Cal
Dr. Van Dyko can be found at his
office iu Opres House Block. General
practice and surgery.
Timber claims. Homesteads. W.
B. Sherman, Rooms 10 and 13 Maso ic
Temple, Grunts Pass Ore.
The Order of Washington w ill give
I social next Monday evening at the
Woodmen hall to which the publiu is
invited. Amusements for all will be
provided ami games dancing and oilier
pastimes will lm.ke of the evening a
delightful tiae to all who attend.
The d partm.'tit of niuslo of the
Gunts Pass Won, ans Club will meet
at the home of Mrs. II. C. Kinney
ou Fitlay, Apil 11 at 3:4a p. m. The
study of Wagner aud his operas will
he taken up ami it is expected that a
full attendance of the members of the
department will bo present.
The Pr.'sid.nt has signed an order
adding the south half ot Malheur and
Harney counties to thu BuruB land
district. This territory is now a
part of Lakcviow district, but is
found to be more accessible to Burns
than Lukeviow. Residents of South
eastern Oregou asked for a change.
ExConuly Commissioner Robert
Cook, w ho owns a lariu and one of
the best paying placer mines on Foots
creek, came to Grants Pass Sunday
and Mon ay he returned to his home
accompanied by Mrs. C.iok, who had
Ih.cii in the city for the last three
weeks with their .laughter, Mrs. M
E. Wooldiidge. Mr. Cook slated they
had don.) this winter but little over
half their usual mining and that if
the spring should be as dty as the
winter had been, theit oleaii-u,woiild
he but little over half the u-uai
The evangelistic meetings led by
Dr. Chapman and his stall' of prcach-
rs and sing, is are still going ou in
oi l laud w here the evangelists are
luplieating tin ir successful work ill
Denver. Dr. Toy and Mr. Dickson
are at the Fourth Pre.diyteriau church
in South Portland where they ale do
ing very cITeclivo work". Sotnu of the
other pr. etchers are mote profound
scholars than Dr. Toy, but none of
them are stronger in the puipit or Ho
nuiplish more Willi the material at
hand. It is ptohnhlo thai Dr. Toy
se. ur.h the conversion of a larger per
centage of his congregations thai! any
other evangelist ill the company.
G. W. Th. hi, as, a miner well known
III many or the camps oi Southern
Oregon is to he ready for wolk again
after four iiionlhs ill repair shop dur
ug which Dr. I). P. Love has prae
ttcally rebuilt him, for he wits pretty
Well smashed up as the result of a
mine accident in which he had his
ollar hone broken, wrist dislocated
hip crushed, knee out of place and
ankle bones ciushed. Mr. T'homii
many itiiutiis came to him as the
nil of a tunnel caving in at tin
Company's mine on Silver creek, iu
which In. was working. When dug
out from bre ath the pile of rocks,
his fellow' miners thought his work
tug days were over, but so fully Is he
tccovcrihg from his injuries that he
expects to again swing the pick in
outdo of months more at the farther
NO LXHIBIT AT THE FAIR
.(ost-pliino Cminlv Will Not Tnke
I'nrt in LewU Clark he it
It i mi t ii'i.i !y hi-HIm! tlmf Jcwo
I .h i in rniiiitv ill Iuivm no exhibit at
Urn f,i'vin mill 1 'lurk f'lir for tl
('dimly cntiri, at tln )r m- moii 'lliurn
(;iv r ftiNtfl i ii.hI;c it j i u.'rnr Hit mil
.IimIl'' I'.ontli wif lnviif ;ibli to it, hut
Con i m i r-HoinTM I.npan it ml I. five I
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H. Micrinnii, Hi-sruim It) uiul 14, M.
miijii) It iiiili (iriintH r.iHH, Oro.
At P. H. Harth & Son's
rpiIRY carry the badge of
shown in illustration) 'tis
Clothes for gentleman of Superior taste and is considered a
valuable ally for the dressy clean cut looking man of limited
WHKN you buy a suit of us you make an investment that
will yield you a daily dividend of SATISFACTION
a dividend that is ns certain as the setting of the sun
It is impossible to make you realize through cold type the
merits of our clothing Better Call Ou Us see the garments
and lean how great is the advantage of trading with us.
IS JKS yf 17 s .
Outfitters to Men and boys
from Head to feet.
Grants Pass, Oregon .
Saturday, April 8th..
You are cordially invited to attend the
display of TRIMMED HATS.
Mrs. E. Rchkopf & Go.
Would InoreniMt Farm VhIuvs.
A well known civil eiiKlneur, rrofess-
or Tli.ilnuH Met. Iillliilnill or Illinois, an
expert roiidiimker, estimates that thor
ough .li'iilnliiK nloiio of prairie roads
woulil iniike enough (IlfTereiieo In them
to iitl.l $15 nil acre to the best furin in
eeiitnil Illinois, mid l'rofessor Jure
lull, h W. Jetiks, I'll, lb. III "ltiind Leg
islation l'or the American Statu," ob-!
Nonet: "Jiidulng from the liicreaMcd
vnlue of all form liin.ls sltutiteil near
cities or lurite towns, If tho mud to the
I own Is ti cowl ono It la hanlly ex
ItiiviiKiitit to sny that two-thirds of tho
rarins In the Mississippi valley, of
which the present value Is from If I" to
$.",il mi acre, woulil bo Increased In
value to the extent of $10 an ucru If
koihI roads were Hindu by them."
Good Roa.d Notes
A writer In nil ICiigllsh automobile
paper claims that roads cotil.l be kept
lieiiiniiii'iilly dump by the application
v! Hti.in solutions of calcium chloride
or iiininicaliini chlnrliln I that this
wotil.l he cheaper than oils ami with
out tli.-lr objectionable .slurs.
There Is nothing connected with the
occupation of funning that costs the
farmer bo much actual ciikIi from year
to year as a bud roud.
A society for the prevention of dust
on roads lies been formed Iu I leniitiny.
!ul If. hi. Is Miign.lne says that In
New Jersey, Massachusetts and other
good rourts stales It Is very noticeable
how seetlons nr.- bull. ling ttu along th
Hues of Improved roads.
1 1 oo. riuu Itohhins
in fact the best placed $hoe money is that invested in
AMmerica $3.50 Shoes.
Such money buys more style,
Buys more com.ort,
Buys more wear than in any other shoe.
You may n:ke your selection from several leathers
made on tho nobbiest lasts.
Which ever yo j choose is bound to be satisfactory, be
cause All-Amoricas are of uniform excellence.
Better than any other equal-priced shoe you've eve
Step in and try on a pair.
ICach dollar purchase entitles you to one ticket on the piano.
R. L. BARTLETT,
IIiiMtinl lllfltf. lt!i fit., rjiu(M riwm, Oroifoi
A good man; hundreds of men
are thinking teriouily of their
Spring Suits and we are going to
help a large majority of them to
a moHt satisfying solution of the
Our showing of clothing cannot
be equaled .
The Fnbrlcs are tha snappiest
from both Foreign and Domea
Tho Styles are the very best
The Variety so groat that we
van please the most particular
The workmanship and other
essentials embodied in our
Clothes are only to be found in
the highest class of the finest
the sign of tht
lie he h loss label
sign ot tne Uest correct
Buy your Incubator of F. It.
Sohuil.lt Iu sells the best.
April 14, Friday Arbor Day to be
observed by Oregou poblio schools.
A flue camera for f 15, cost f.10. A
big camera for ftO, cent $i0. At Ike
Davis' emporium for I ho wants of
Yon can't buy butter goods at the
price, anywhere. Kvery thing new
and np-to-date. Out coupons aud
own a llrkt class Phonograph. Geo.
S. Calhoun Co.
Dairymen csu gut oow bells 6 cents
anil up, wooden bowls 5 cents and op,
butter molds, milk jiails, at Davis'
farmer supply house. An Aoiue bar
roll churn almost new for $&
Tha newest is a kitchen rabluet
with a set of small drawers above and
buck of the table for holding spices,
etc. Handiest arrangomeiit ever nut
iu a kituheu. ('all at MuLaue'a Auo-
tiou store and seo them.
A Kimball Organ
Second-hand, walnut case, in
good condition; will sell for
J tt) on easy let mi of $3
J. M. WARD,
mi-:s iiAi)ii:s' .vi ciiii.dhj's siioi:s it. . i;hosiii:y