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ftOGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, frECEMBfift 13. IMS.
Bring; Your Cards Next Satur
day, Dec. 23, to
R. L. COE & CO.'S
All Next Week
See This Grand Display of Holiday
Wagon Loads of Useful and Ornamental Holiday Presents are Now Piled Up in Every Department
A Veritable Xmas Paradise
ONE WEEK OF UNPARALLELED HOLIDAY BARGAINS NOW ON SALE
"RnnlrC 1000 cloth, leather and paper bound Books, all of the
AUUiiO latest Novels, Historical and Poetical Works, elegantly
bound and illustrated, 3c, (c, 9c, 12c, lf.c, 19c, 25c, 29c, 39c, 49c.
59c, 69c, 79c, 89c. 99c.
Our 1905 Holiday Stock of Hand
kerchiefs is simply superb. Hand
kerchiefs of all new and exclusive designs. Ladies' handkerchiefs, 3c
to $3.00 each. Men's haudkerchiels, 4c to (1.00. Children's hand
kerchiefs, 3c to 124c.
T onoc We have just received for the holiday trade 3000 yards
of fine Val and Handkerchief Laces. Also cream and
black silk Escurial Laces. This is by far the largest and best assorted
line of fine laces ever brought to the city See them.
Just received a large assortment of Table Linens,
fine Satin Damask 0 inches wide, all pure Linens,
and worth 85c to $1 00 per yard, six different patterus aud KQn
"Rdclrot'C Work Baskets, Handkerchief Baskets, Waste Bas-J-Ctbii.ULO
.etSi Baskets of every design.
We are showing an elegant line of
Dress Goods for the holiday trade. All
of the fancy weaves in black and colors. Those who want to buy
something extra nice will find our stock most complete.
14 doz Silk Embroidered Stock Collars a beauti
ful assortment of the latest novelties of 50c
Silk Embroidered Stock Collar, your choice of entire line. .. .
TTtoVwoIIqC We are now snowinB a handsome new stock
U IX1UI Olldb of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Umbrellas for hol
iday presents. Steel Paragon frames. The material in every Umbrella
absolutely warranted. Special values, 81.00, $1.25, $150.
Initial Handkerchiefs IfAM
kerchiefs just received extra values that aie actually worth Ort
50 percent more money COL
rpvilTllrO Seldom, if ever, can one get a Christmas present that
lAUlxO is more suitable or that is received with greater ap
preciation than a nice Trunk. See our patent Self-Kaisiiig Trays. Our
Trunk and Suit Case stock is the largest ever brought to the city;
come and see them.
SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS AT HALF PRICE.
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS AT HALF PRICE.
The three big stocks carried in the above departments this season and the continued unseasonable weather makes it necessary for us to cut prices to the quick.
The High Grade Novelties just received in the Cloak Department included in sale.
is packed full of new goods. A large car just un
loaded full of Christinas things for the eople; come
and muke your selections while stock is complete
and have your presi nls laid aside for Christmas.
All useful, handsome articles.
A. U. Bannard
North Sixth Street
Bargains at the Die Store
UP u I
A Brief Record of
Journal Correspondent Makes
Out That Minnesota Weather
I Buv and Sell Real Estate
HOW IS THIS?
Ji.SO.OO Takes good 5 tocm house with barn and one acre of ground.
$t,M IK) Takes new 5 room house with lot. 50 by 100 Icet.
l'lenty of other good snaps.
Youry for but gains,
The Real Estate Man
llhll.o ,VK Oflice. tl Residence.
516 E. Street Grants Pass, Ore.
The Grants Pass correspondent of
the Portland Journal lias turned loose
till fervent imagination on the
weather mid in his uews Items states
that the thermometer iu UrnntH Pass
had fit lieu to eight decree! above zero
and that at the mining camps iu thin
district it w low ax zero.
Never in the. history of Grants Pas
him the thermometer registered ax
low an eight degrees above zero, nor
ha zero weather betu experienced nt
the Grcvtihack, the i, the Granite
Hill, the Takilma or any of the other
Southern Oregon in i lie", or at the
nHct claims Iu the tulip. Hre iu
Rogue Kiver Valley the uews slate
iiieiitN of the Journal's Grants Vnm
eorresHndent are not taken seriously,
he they on milieu, "inciter, chinch, or
weather topics, hut an the Journal
circulates III other sections of (lie
Pad Ho Coast and in the past, such
in iwri' pri'mn t nt i nun do a Kisitive in
jury to Grunts l'iiK and Southern
Oregon. l'roiiii'i'tlv hoincseeUi rs,
ttlieu they rend in iiiimirgat ion 1 1 1 r -lit
n ro that the Winter" are ko mild iu
Rogue Kiver Valley that figs aud ill
inotids can he successfully grown I ere,
and that i Iiiih and othel subtropical
tree and plant are grown in yards,
retnairiiiK there all Winter, rtiiiiriug
no protection other than a light
covering, and then fee in a reputable
I'ortlaud paper that real Winter
wealhvr, Willi the thermometer at
eight degrees ahove zer ) 1" prevailing
in the 'lially of America, they will
tie somewhat nonplussed, and Will
wonder who in telling the truth.
FARMERS FEED STABLl
J K. KKKI.KY, I'koir.
I ast stable nouth on S.xth street.
ItiHiiu iindcr cover (or l.SO horses a: v
40 wagons. Hox stalls. Corral) I n
Only the lxst hav, clean grain a r
alfalfa fed. Kollcci barley and otl or
No disease! horses allowed. I't n
running water, and trough clcttp-.d
w aitiug room and toilet room whi n
ladies cau leave wraps aud arraui.
Choice Perfumes at Clenieus.
Our usual handsome calendar will
he ready for our friends and customers
on Saturday, December Mill. Crumer
The Western, a first-class family
hotel. Quiet locution, yet convenient
to depot aud uear court Iiouho. Good
meals and clean bet!n aud prices
J. II. .TohiiHon, who is developing a
fine uartz property on Birdscve creek,
was in (Hants Pass Saturday. He
states he has made satisfactory pro
gress with Ina work and that he had
most encouraging prospects. Mr
Johnson has. another claim iu the
Oscar creek district that he will be
Kin work on next week.
The city council will meet next
lhursily eveinnu, at which time
husiuc.ts will be cloed up ready for
the bt'Kii niujr of the new niuuicipal
year, which lu pins witli the council
iiifttiiiK of Jauuary, when the all
ium I reports are made of the city
olliciitls and the couiicilineu and
mayor, elected at the recent election
are soru iu.
Mis. K. E. Wauxhlal has moved her
iiiilliiury store from opposite the
court house to the Odd Fellows block
oil Sixth strict where she has her
lioods in the siiiue room with Curtis'
jeweliy ftore. Mrs. Wauijlital has
with mr Mrs. V. A. lUGeuault, au
expert iu hair work, from Minneapo
lis, Minn., aud all eiders for that kiud
of poods will lie nmdo up promptly
and at reasonable prices. Full par
ticulars iu udvi rtisi incut iu auother
coluiiiii of the Courier.
Mrs. Krednch Witt of Gold Hilt,
whose husband is section foreuiau for
the Southern l acitio for that place,
w as brought to Giants t ai-s Saturday
from for t land to be at the booie of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Mmire. vho comluct the West Kud
store i n West G street. Mra Witt
ha I been ill Fo'tland, where she un
derwent an o. eratioii. She is uuiler
the treatment of I r. Klanaiian and is
reualuiiiK her strength in a very satis
faitory u aimer and hss every iroiect
of wh'u eujoviu)( her former good
Dr. O. O Own riw slcrt pnoniil sttcntlos
to hl Krat hutuaultanan contract.
IJIn our Almanac for many years past w
have k veil unusual advice to those afflic
ted with coughs, colds, throat or luna
troubles or consumption. We have told
them if they did not receive any special
benefit after the use of one 75-cent size
bottle of German Syrup, to consult theii
dix-ror. JVe did not ask them or urge
them to use a lare numlxr of bottles, as
is the case in the advertising of many
other remedies. Our confidence in Ger
man Syrup makes it possible for us to
fcive such advice. JVe know by the ex
perience of over 35 years that one 7vcent
Uttle of German Syrup will speedily re
lieve or cure the worst coughs, colds,
bronchial or lung troubles and that,
even in bad cases of consumption, one
larite bottle of German Syrup will work
wonders. JNew trial bottles, 25c; reg
ular size, 75c. At all druggists.
l-'or Sale by Dr J l Smith.
C K LEU Y Delicious, crisp, fresh
from pardeu, uot dry ami tough
like that shippid. Phone WM.
W. A. riood.
for sale if Bold at once. Inouire of
Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.
. ARM FOK M.U.K two miles from Mer
lin, lMi si res about mi acres u( (;ooil
bottom land. '.'.' acres in cultivation, small
house ami barn and about flo acres under
fence, balance of land suitable for orchard
or pasture. For further particulars ad
dress V. M. Crow, Merlin, Oregon.
200 flt1"'' ranch, good prune and
apple orchard, sinull iruits in
abundance; aler lor initiation, besides
springs on every 4U acres; center of a good
range country; two dualling house., i,jK
barn, everv thin ar cuiiiitl.i uuli .i.u
I from trusts, good mining markets, .m
: half niile north ot Tunnel S, price ,.'sjci.
.-jut,, n, turn oiiice.
CAME to uiy place about May, lwi"i,
.... rim uuiuii t jearsoin,
(marked) crop slit nmlerbit iu left
tar nnd crop and slit in riitht ear.
fraud n tight hip. Owner please
Call tiroVA riloni.rlv rmv .,l,UVnui
fake him away. K. W. Tryor,
M K U L 1 X
John Smith died at his home, in
Merlin, Thursday, Deo. 7, I1HV5, from a
cancer of the fare. He was axed 80
years. Interment in the PUasaot
Valley cemetery. He leaves a wife
and three children, two daughters
mud a son, to monrn their lots.
At her home, the sweet, little 19
mouths old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Reges, died from inflammation
of the stomach Tuesday, December
11, The funeral services were
held Wednesday at the home,
Kev Hether's officiating. Interment
In the Pleasant Valley cemetery.
Colestiu Mineral Water is rore and
healthful and is the uatoral product
of the spring. Yon should have it
on your table. For sale by the bottle
or case at DePny's.
FOK RENT A suit of fine ollice
rooms. Address the Courier. tf
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Notice is lurch; given that on Tues
day, the Uth oay of January, 1WJ, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. iu. of said
r'ay, the hi hub! meeting of the sttck
holders of the Giants I'hhh Banking &
Trust Co., will be In Id in the bank
building of said corporation, for the
purpose of electing a be ard of Direc
tors for the ensuing ytar, and the
tta'init tiou nf such other busiut-fs as
may tropulv crtne lufnm s.n,l
( !i Hiit k Pass,
J. FRANK WATSON, ;
L. L. JEWELL,
Cushier and Secretary.
Ore., Dei ember 15, Hurt.
TO TRADE A gord, sound borsb for
wud- Address Wood, care Courier.
Typewriter supplies, ribbons, patr,
etc., at tlm Courier ollice.
FIR HARK Good htavy lir bark
wanttd at Lund'B wotdjaul, Gtunts
A OIKL, who wishes to attend the
Grants Pass school and willing to
work for her board, cau find a good
position by addressiug Mrs H A
C. , care Courier.
PARTIES wishiug to boy or sell
tumirg property will do well to c r
respond with S. Meyer, Metliu Ore
GOLD Dollar bangle attached to high
school colors-blue mid white rib
bona. Phase leave st this oflice
or with owner. Miss Lucie George
SHOE ie airing done by Jehu Hsckct
at Hanh & Son s. Inc. store.
Wholesale and Retail
Feed ana Flour Store
J. E. K Kit LEY, Proprietor.
Kerley's Feed Stables, South Sixth Street.
Most Ilmnd of Flour.
Hay of nil kinds.
Rolled Hurley, heat and Oats,
t-leun Gray Outs for Seed.
L9" Hedrock price.
ORDERS taken for fine cockies a-id
bread. Mrs. E. B. Brown. 40H Sec'
ODd street. Tel. 5So.
nnssion furniture made to ordi r.
COLEST1N Mineral Water is best for
table use. DePny sells it.
Grants Pan Post Cards at the Cour
F. G. ROPER
Harmon Block, Upstairs
South Sixth Street
Suits made to Order
Cleaning and Repairing
AM) SLITS MADE TO
LOOK LIKE NEW
A Trial U Aiktd and Pric Are Rijht