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Nice fat Mackerel at 10 cents,
this year's catch, best we've
had for a long time.
Some nice Salmon Trout
whole tish something
why it is that new breakfast, food made of the celebrated
Red River Wheat. We also have the Celebrated H. O.
Mush and Self-raising H. 0. Buckwheat.
New Arrival t Extra Fancy White-Comb Honey.
New Home-Made Sorpliam.
Kiiiaiiij and New Currants, at the
..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY .
Do Not Delciy
Attending to your HEATING STOVES jt j.
If you need a new one, wo have
our 1900 stock now ready, and
can give you the best line to make
your selections from $;? and upwards.
If your old stove needs repairs, let
us fix it up.
...We clean, blacken and set up stoves...
CRAM BR BROTHERS
ODD FELLOWS BLOt'K
Aih Tight Heaters Garland Stoves
Vtyr BUTT 11 HWl
Walk-Overs need no intro
duction to the general public, as
they are known as the best at
the price in the country.
All the materials used in this
celebrated line are the best
obtainable at any price.
Walk-Overs are made by the
best ol skilled workmen, and are
model products of an up-to-date
LASTS AND PATTERNS
They are made on lasts which
fit the feet, and cut by patterns
that fit the lasts.
By a combination of the essen
tials BEAUTY, EASE and
WEAR. a most desirable re
sult is obtained. This combi
nation is found to a greater tx
tent in Walk-Overs than in any
More Welted shoes are made by the Walk-Over makers, ( GEO. E.
KEITH COMPANY ), than any other concetn in the world. Thus,
purchasers of Walk-Overs get the result of the greatest experience,
combined with the best and largest facilities,
All Walk-Overs made from American stock are sold for $3.50.
In order to maintain the present high standard on our imported lie I s
Patent Calf and Sueur's Enamel they must be sold for $4,
In ordering by mail or express, state STYLE, SIZE and WIDTH
plainly, giving name and address. Add 25 cents to the catalogue
price, for transportation charges.
P. H. HARTH & SON
Courier and Oregonian i year for $2
ORDER THROUGH THE COURIER.
Paints and Oils Cramer Bros.
C. St Louis for waU'h repairing.
Whips, 10c to 12.50 at Uackett't.
Barunirn in Dishes at Cramer Bros.
Tablets of all kinds at tliet'ocaiu
- Finn-class PLUMBING at Cramer
The couLcil laiieJ to hotj a lucetion
last Thursday evening, as there wag not
a quroum present.
Mrs. WeiJuian will hold ber luillinery
opening on Thursday, Friday and Sat'ir
day of this week. All ladies are invited
WANTED To lease a good farm on
shares for a term of years. Can furnish
good references. Address, with parti
culars. W. U., CoiUKK Office.
Dou't forget the Ideals when looking
for a good medium priced Biejc'e. All
kinds for old and young, prices $20, $25
and $51). Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.
Rambler Bicycles are becoming more
popular every day. Don't forgei to look
at the Ramblers when looking for a
wheal. Price $40. Hair Kiddle Hdw.
Why pay $1.25 per tier for wood when
you can get good dry slab wood from
V. L. Ireland for 75 cents per tier?
Leave orders at Cramer Bros. Hard
ware. Through the courtesy o( the publisher
ol the Observer, we are this week en
abled to publish as a matter of news to
our readers, the sheriffs sale for delin
Ramblers are establishing a good rep
utation for themselves. A pleased cus
tomer is the best of recommendations.
Those who ride Ka.nblers always praise
their wheels. Price $40. Hair Kiddle
DON'T wait until it begins raining
before you order your winters wood.
OrdVr now and get good dry slab wood
of W. L. Ireland at 75 cents per tier.
Leave orders at Cramer Bros. Hard
ware. The ladies of Azalea circle, No. 182,
Women of Woodcraft, will irive a chick
en pie supper at the I. O. (. F. hall, on
this ( Wednesday,) evening. Good music
and a splendid entertainment free. Sup
per if cents, commencing at So cluck.
Ashland was Skiuin visited bv fire
Sunday niiiht which destroyed the
cannery unci the contents of the Oregon
rruit Canning St Evaporating Co.. loss
estimated at $5000 with $2600 insurance.
This is the fecund time in two years
that the company has suffered loss by
The reception given by the Y. W. C.
T. IT. to the pledge signers last Wed
nesday evening at the I. O. O. F. ball,
wai one of the very pleasurable occa
sions of the season. Over one hundred
persons were present and all entered
fully into the enjoyment of the evening.
After a short musical program, games
and other amusements were indulged
in until the refreshments were served,
after which a soap-bubblo contest was
in order. Quite a number of the young
folks persisted in staying quite a late
hour and played "drop the handkerchief"
and other games with zest aud much
The Southern Oregon Poultry associa
tion will give a fair at Mudiord, begin
ning Nov. 10 and lasting a w.'ck. The
exhibits will consist of poultry of all
kinds ami descriptions. Belgian bares,
fru'ts and flowers. The entrance fee
for poultry and bares will be 60 ceuls
each. The other exhibits w ill be free.
The prizes will be awarded by competent
and disinterested poultry judges. The
president, Geo. K. Weber, of Med
ford, is very desirous of the success
of the fair and anxious that all
Southern Oregon poultry fanciers should
bring exhibits. It is the intention to
make this poultry fair a renular event,
holding it yearly at the several Southern
Immediately alter the baud ceased
playing, preliminary to the political
speaking at the opera house last Thurs
day evening, and left the street, a
picturefque appealing individual im
mediately stepped forth before the
crowd had time to disperse ami made
himself the center of attraction by
beginning to sing. The man's sudden
and unlookej for advent and peculiar
appearance, with his lung sandy hair
and whiskers run wild, filled the crowd
with amazement and they wondered i(
it was a portion of the program which a
beneficent republican committee bad
provided for their entertainment. The
man seems to consider himself a special
ty inspiied prophet and has been preach
ing on the streets, morning, afternoon
and evening, generally to small audi-
Flour to Kxchange.
Farmers, do not haul your wheat 20
to 50 miles to exchange, Scott Griffin
will give yon as many pounds ol flour
for a bushel ol wheat as any mill fill
give you. You will find Scott Griffin at
hit Hay, Flonr, Feed and Seed Store. I
Cor. 0th and I streets, Grants Pass, Ore. I
Shoes repaired at tlackett's.
M. Clemens, Prescription Druggist.
Ice cold Soda at WILSON & ROPER'S
For Fishing Taikle, go tu Cramer
VtASTiD A bice panther skin.
Desirab'e furnished rooms for tent.
Inquire at Ibis office.
Where do yon get your hair cut? Try
Harness of all Kinds, Grade and
Prices at Hackett'a.
Take your shoes to Uackett for good
work and right prices.
RAMBLERS. High grade Bicvclcs $40
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Millinery Opening Thursday, Friday
and Saturday Mrs. Weidnian.
Tea Garden Syrnp is the b.st. We
have it. Calhoun Grocery Co.
Oysters in any style at Blake's. Sixth
streei, next door to Coe's store.
D U C D V PHOTOGRAPHER
rtlLD I Opp. Court House,
Fopnd On Front street, Friday, Sept.
21. a Masonic watch charm. Owner
may apply at this office.
Miss Bertha Barrie uow has a hand
some line of Fall millinery on display at
the S. P. D. & L. store.
You have heard it said of some thing
"It takes the cake." But Myrtle Creek
Flour makes the cake.
Smokers will And rare opportunities
for selection in the many lines of choice
cigars at Wilson A Roper's.
The state fair at Salein this year is re
ported to have been a success financially
as well as in regard to the exhibits.
The beet full cream Cheese comes
from Fort Klamath. We have just
received another lot. Calhoun Grocery
RAMBLER IlicycleB have a distinctive
"style" of their own. See the samples
at Hair Kiddle Hardware Co'a Store
The price is $40.
Scheppa Cream Fruit Pudding, dif
ferent flavors; can be prepared In
fifteen minutes. 15c. package. Cal
houn Grocery Co.
Have you noticed the number of new
Rambler Bicycles on the streets recent
ly? They are sold at the Hair-Riddle
Hardware Co. store, and the price is $10.
The "cake walk" will be one ol the
entertaining features of Friday evennig'a
bill. A sufficient numb'tr of couples
will participate to maae the event a
Philip Costa, whose parents live in
Oakland, Cal., and whom be was on his
way to visit, jumped from the moving
train in the Siskiyou mountains last
week Tuesday, and wandered about
without food or shelter until Saturday
when he was captured and taken to
Ashland, a raving maniac.
A man about 30 years, giving the
name of A. Prescoe, was found in the
switch yard at Klamatbon Sunday morn
ing with his leg crushed. The man had
been a passenger on the south bound
train and bad leit tho coach at Klamath-
on and being in a tomewhat intoxicated
condition slipped and fell under the
wheels while attempting to board the
lleware of Ointment for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury.
As mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used extept on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Choucy A Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, und is taken internally,
acting dirruly upon the blood and mu
cuos surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.J.Cheney
A Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists, price 75c per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills are the bent.
Opening, of I he Oyster
season has occurred at BlakeB, next door
to Coe's store.
Strayed from Bolt's Mountain on
Applegate, about the middle of April, a
bay filly, 2-yeari old, white spot in fore
head, right hind ankle crooked. Rea
sonable reward will lie given for infor
mation as lo her whereabouts.
Grants Pass, Ore.
No Capital Necessary to sell our Tess,
Coffees and Spices.
In every city ami town in the States
of Oregon and Washington outside of
Portland, ladies or young men who have
two or three bours per day to spate will
find telling our Teas, Coffees and Spices
pleasant work and they can make big
money for themselves. Write for full
particulars and Catalogue rnnr..
GRF.AT KASTKUN TKA COMPANY
320 Washington St. Portland, Ore.
Largest distributors of Teas, Coffees and
Spices on the Pacific Coast. 100 stores
in successful operation.
Q. I. Brown visited Grants Pass this
L. L. Jewell fished at By bee bridge
T. B. Cornell visted friends iu Jeffer
son last week.
L. E. Browing of Placer was In town
Thursday and Friday.
J. II. Miller, merchant of Williams,
was in the Pass this week.
Mis. II. L. White, of Ashland, visited
relatives here tba first of tbe week.
Miss Gertie John of Williams made a
brief visit to Grants Pass last week.
Mrs. N". F. Jenkins went to Ashland
Friday to attend tbe M. 12. conference. '
Mrs. J. A. Norman left on Friday for
Meuford lo visit relatives at that place.
R. E. Moody, attorney lor the water
company, arrived Monday on legal
' Mrs. C. S. Hubbs and Misa Tudie
went lo Rock Point Tuesday to spend
County School Superinteudeut Lincoln
Savage is visiting the Grants Pass
schools this week.
Mrs. C. J. Kurth and Carl left Wed
nesday for Sacramento Calif., where
Carl will enter school.
J. W. Barker, city auditor, has re
turned from Sau Francisco after having
an artificial limb fitted.
District Attorney A. E. Reams and
wife, of Jacksonville, arrived in Grants
Pass Thursday evening.
The well known oculo optician Dr.
Lowe is at tbe Josephine He goes to
Medford Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Harmon, Mis
Elsie Green and Roy Wilson left on
Monday for the Galice creek country,
W. J. Wolfolk left Tuesday evening
for Astoria to remain durlug the winter.
Mrs. Wolfolk will go to Astoria later
J. O. Booth visited in Ashland, Satur
day, in company with hi son, J. M.
Booth, and his sister, Mrs. Hockett and
Mis Mary Silsby of Ashland left for
Portland Monday, where she will spend
the winter and complete her studios In
shorthand, writing and stenography.
Miss Mollie John returned the first of
the week from her three weeks' vacation
at Newport and Albany. Mis John
will spend the remainder of the week
in this place.
Rev. L. C. Wilson attended conference
of the M. E. church, South, at Albany
last week, returning Monday. Mrs.
Wilson and the children visited in Med
ford during Mr. Wilson's absence.
E. L. Smith, of Hood River, president
of the State Board of Horticulture,
visited the Carson fruit farm Monday,
and looked up the fruit prospects as
much was as possible In short time.
Mr. Smith went to Medford Tuesday.
Fred Mensi'n, who has been furnish
ing the readers of the Covkisk with the
news each week for the past year, left
Wednesday evening for Chicago, where
be will speiid hits vacation. Fred ex
pects to be absent a month or six weeks.
U, 8. Fish Commissioner Wilcox and
State Fish Commissioner Reed were In
town Monday on their way to Crescent
City, from which place they will make a
lourof inspection along the coast. While
here they visited Kogue Kiver and ex
pressed themselves well pleased with the
construction of the fish ladder at the
II. L. Hudson, and officer of the
United Artivant, will he in Grants Pass
Tuesday evening, October 0th in the
interest of the order. The Artisan will
hold an open meeting at the A. O. U. W.
hall on that date and Invite all persons
both ladies and gentleman, who are
interested in fraternal insurance to come
out and hear Mr. Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Perkins have jusl
received word of tbe appointment of
their son, Charlton, as KMtal clork with
commission to establish a new office at
Calamha, P. I., which is a day' run
from Manili, up the Pasig river, and
then acrosB the Lamina de Bay. Tbis
point is on the frontier and Charlton
may occasionally Imve some exciting
On Monday October 1st at 8 p. in. the
Choral Union will hold the first meeting
ol the season of 1000-'01. This i the
beginning of the fourth season of the
Union, which it is expocted will be the
most successful in its history. In March
the Kogue Kiver Choral Union will meet
in convention in our city. All members
and their fiiends, those who with to
Join the Grants Pass Union are cordially
invited to attend next Monday evening.
Gko. Ciauxr, Sec'y.
Kdllor's Awful I'llglit.
F. M. Higglns, Editor Keneca till.,)
News, was alllicted for years with Piles
that no doctor or remedy helped until be
tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best In
the world. He writes, two boxes wholly
cured him. Infallible for Pile. Cure
guarantied. Only 25c. Sold by Dr.
Rojut Rivtr Hoayards.
A very large percentage ol the hop ol
this couuiy am produced by group of
hop grower on Rogue liver and the
Applegate In the vicinity ol the junction
ol the two stream. This year' crop of
hop in this locality will aggregate about
220,000 pounds. John xUnaau la prob
ably the largest producer this year
among the 15 or 16 grower in this dis
trict and hi crop will aggregate about
40,000 pounds. E. 0. D'Armond and
J. P. Ranxan have about 25,000 pounds
each. The other large (rower of this
district are Kobinson, Finley, Belden,
Rehkoff, Jannings,. Pat ton, Johnson,
Reymert and Mrs. Lincoln.
Th Bail Cam.
The town took a holiday Tuesday
afternoon to witness the return bass
ball game between the business and
professional men. It was a warmly
contested game and was played with vim
and determination by both (idea, but
the business men outclassed their ad
versaries and smote them hip and thigh
and prevailed over them and greatly
predominated by score ol 23 to 12.
Roy Pool occupied the precarious posi
tion of umpire and J. A. Jennings was
official scorer. The band rendered able
assistance In the entertainment. Fol
lowing Is the line up of the team:
T B Cornell 1 b Fred Mensch
W M Hair 2 b L V Stewart
W L Ireland S b EE Dunbar
IraThomkin V A Peterson
J A 8lover ' r I F W Cbauase
C H Marshall el Dr. C Major
George Cramer II R K Montgomery
T P Cramer p C C Presley
Tom Harvey c 8 M Wiley
UnWentllka Body Found.
On Bunday, about 11 o'clock, the
body ol a drowned man waa found in
Rogue river at the mouth of Green
creek, by the Coville brother and W.
I. Dorwell. Cornoer Hood wa noti
fied and made an official investigation
that afternoon. The body waa removed
from the river, placed in a rough coffin
and hurried near by, under authority
from the county judge.
Tbe body was found lying onhhe
rock, partly submerged in tbe water
and bad evidently drifted there from
some other place. It wa In an ad
vanced stage ol detompnailon and the
man had evidently been dead lor
several week. No papers could be
found by which he might be indentlOed.
He wa a man about 60 year old, large,
fully ix teet in heigh and must have
weighed about 200 pounds. He was
dressed in a neglige shirt, light with
brown stripe, blue pant of quite a good
quality ol cloth and luiumer woolen
under clothing, without coat or vest.
Hi hoe were brogans, one ol them
with a patch on the aide, nailed with
bob nails in hue parallel with the out
tide ol the sole. On the little finger of
hi left band, there wa a ring ol some
browo, oxidised metal, probably brass,
He had a beaid about three Inches
long, gray, and alto wore a moustache.
He had no teeth except a pair on each
aide and two in the trout of the mouth.
Any one knowing the probable iden
tity of this man wilt confer a favor, by
informing Coroner T. A. Hood, Grants
Subscribe for THE COURIER jt j j
Old Papert 10 cents per bundle at
Fable of the Ilall.-XII.
Once upon a time a Prince loved a
beautiful Princess, but the King, her
Pa, thretr the Prince down, and the
Couple Eloped on a White Palfrey.
The King, however, road a Powerful
black Arabian and captured the Twain.
Ha had the young Prince Beheaded and
locked the Princes In a gloomy lower,
but she Jumped out one day Into the
Moat helow and wa Drowned.
Moral This terrible tragedy would
not have occurred in these niodren
time because the Prince would have
had aence enotig to escaiie on one of the
rvorlh Western Lines' fast trains, see
ing which the King would have forgiven
iiie young couple and Ibey would have
lived happily ever afterwards.
oeeo. or(aa housi
Pt- O. M'CROSKEY
This week I am opening a lar-e line of Ladies, .Mens and Children Underwear in heavy titled part-wool a.,,1 all-wool K,
i HH I'Tn TL?l?iren JACKKTS in Tn. Oxfonl ami Medium Greys and in mixed (,
S A LIC, LINL Or BLANKETS in White, Tan and Gray and a beautiful lino of Outing.
J . . . CALICOS .ND SI1IRTINQS . . .
Z French flannel Waists in all the new slides in Maid and Polka-dotn.
j FUR COLLARETTES IN BLACK, DR0WM Atib QRflT
J LMLRELLAS in .filoria and Silk Surjro, with a big assortment of Silver, Pearl, Horn and Cono handle
My SHOE DEPARTMENT comprises all the new creations of 1000. SCHOOL SHOES with the heavy f.xteskh.v h,m in
Guarantee to pve sat.sfaot.on p,es , every pair of Children. Ladies, Men and Boys Shoes. '
j ...BIQ BARQIIM5 IN nflCKIliTOJHES THAT WILL SHE& RfllM . . .
L - . O' McCROSKEY, ONE DOOR NORTH OF BANK
Laeo and Button, ami a
l- ij ,
- S For
We have a
fresh snpply of most all the different
Cream Wheat iu Built (its the best), per pund. . . 5c
Cream Wheat, a-lb. package 10c
Pillsbury's Oat Food, per package 15c
Pillsburys Wheat Food, per package 15c
H. O. Oats and package Buckwher.t -11 for 20c
Germea four-pound package. 25c
Germilla ten-pound sack 25c
JUST IN ! A fresh lot of BUCKWHEAT in ten
. pound sacks, and the Self-Rising; in packages.
Try a can of VAN CAMPS SOUPS ail kinds.
It I reported that Mr. Mansfield hat
struck a good vein near tbe Jewett mine
near town a.id it cleaning up 5 a day
with a hand mortar.
F. H. Osgood, who recently purchased
the Josephine mine on Rogue river from
Win. Bybee, now ha a force of men on
that property fitting it up for operation
during the coming season.
Hon. R. D. Lawrence, of Springfield,
111., father of Mr. E. W. Dana, arrived
(hi week to took alter the interest ol
the Lawrence Mining Co. 'a property od
Mount Reuben. Major Jas. A, Connolly,
who I a member of the company and
Willie Dana accompanied him.
K. M. Kelly and L. 8. Shipley have
old a group of copper claim composed
of the "Kelly," "Mabel," "Copper
King," "Copper Queen," "Oregon"
"California" and "Cowboy" claims,
together with water rights to T. Wain-
Morgan Draper, of San Francisco.
V. II. McClung bad a narrow eecaps
from annihilation Monday while Bring a
string of fifteen blasts on the Merrideth
ditch on the Illinois. McClung and Al
Boyse were caught between the bank
and the string of charge and in order to
escape bad to run botweeu two blasts,
which leat was accomplished successful
ly by Boyeo but McClung had one side
of hi face badly peppe'.'e'l with small
rock and dirt and one hand badly
B. K. Meredith has secured a new
mining lamp for use In night work at
his hydraulic mine on the Illinois. The
light 1 produced from gasoline and Is
bright, white and penetrating. It gives
promise of being a rant Improvement
over the ordinary kerosene mining lamp
which has alway proven Itself in
sufficient for accomplishing the beat
results, giving an uncertain light al
best, To make an open air illumination
sufficient for work require! a Unlit of
extraordinary power and tin new lamp
approaches more closely to the needed
standard than anything we have hither
to seen. ,
Look at our new assortment of flue
toilet soaps, 5c and 10c a cake. Cal
I101111 Urocery Co.
Dr. Darrin' Sytttm of Treatment
Kleutriciiy, the invention of the nine
teenth century, i well worthy tba pa
tient year investigation and experi
ment that have been given to it by
some of the ablest and most devoted
votaries ol science, Galvani, Golta,
Humboldt, and others squally distin
guished, spent year In studying ih
phenomena of thi wondorful agent, and
then Morse gave it a physical value in
the invention of the telegraph. And
now, a we have become familiar with
the constant miracle of lightning, bend
ing obedient to the (lightest tonch ot
man, we tee a new wonder in It appli
cation by Dr. Darrin, who, by tkillful
mechanism, directs this subtle (ore to
the destruction of disease and th bulld-
iug up of waning vitality. Dr. Darrin
treat with electricity and medicine all
cureabla cbomic, acuta and private die
ease, blood taints, lost or falling man.
hood, nervous debility, effect of error,
orexceuea, In old or young; Ion ol
memory, disease caused by mercury In
the improper treatment of private
Oregon M. E. Conftrtnct Appointments.
GRANTS PAH DISTIICT.
D T Summerville, Presiding . Elder,
Althouse Supplied by Winfred Smith.
Ashland J T Abbett.
Canyonville and Myrtle Creek Suppliei
by J W WarOeld.
Ceutral Point J O Gregory.
Fort Klamath Supplied by Richard
Grant Pass N F Jenkins..,
Jacksonville E 0 Graff.
Klamath Falls 8upplled by C A Stock
well. Klamath Indian Mittlon Donald Mo
Lakevlew Supplied by W J Wright.
Medford W B Moore.
Merrill-B A Bristol.
Oakland Supplied by Israel Putnam.
Paiiley Supply. .
Iloieburg A S Mulligan.
Tan Mile Supplied by J B Stark.
Wilbur-N J Uarbit.
Wllderville-A F Buche.
Grants Pass successful business men
advertise In the Cousik.
Grand Hop Pickers Sale
R. L. GOE & GO.
THI' UIG STOKE
We are oicniiig
tip the largest
line of full and
winter shoes for
Men, Ladies and
have ever been
shown in this
part of the state,
but find numer
ous broken lines
of the very best
makes of Shoes
that arc taking
too much shelf
room, and to
make a long
story short have
decided to place
About 300 puirs
PINGRF.E & SMITH
J. MILLER & CO.
Fink, Micihi m
for Men, Ladies
and Children at
5!)c 79c DSc
Shoes was l.3 J
PRICE are the
features of our
Our stock of
ladies and child
drens wrap is
the lurgest and
I most complete
we have ever
OVER 500 Gar
ment in every
Uo'nt buy un
til you see
24 inch Steel
heavy cot t o u
26 inch as above
are made of good
steel rod, steel
wire, I'arag o n
Frame and can
not be duplicat
ed under Jl.00
We are showing
Silk, Serge and
them at prices
to insure quick
All Styles of
are very popular
this Season and
we were very
fortunate in be
ing able to se
cure large quan
tities of the very
50 dozen Child-
tens Heavy Rib-1
bed Patent Fell-1
ed Seamed Uu-
from 16 to 3 1 in-
S t, 1
Best vulue ever Suitings
sold for Twenty
and Pants as
aud Plaid. Plain
und Fancy Mix
tures to be made
up with or with
Still buys the
that we sold hsl
year. Did you
ever have a bet
We are showing
at from 60c
to $1.25. .
Suits made up
in any stvle de
trcet . D r e s
Skirts made up
on short notice.
We make up all
of our own
kirts, and can
give you much
better cloth and
work than can
be had for fac
tory made goods
41 inch Dress
adine ... 40c
All wool Cas-
jstorra Surge 65c