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That Reminds Us
We are not up a stump for
Good Things to Eat.
LOOK AT THE LIST.
. Boston Baked Beans, largo cans 20c
'Armours Pork & Beans. !'."o8o
Veal Loaf '" "i
Vienna Santiago jq,.
Hleuzes Baked Beans jOe
Hills Sweet Pickles, per pint... 20o
LARGE SOUR PICKLES, PER QUART.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ............. . . . ..10c
Albert Roclie Sardines ..120
Underwood Sardines (key opener) 10o
Underwood Soased Mackerel ' '. ...... .'. 20o
Van Camps Soups just the thing for hot weather 120
Comb Honey. Cockerliue Creamery Butter!
Clover Leaf Creamry Butter. Siskiyou Mineral Water.
White House Grocery,
. Opposite the P. O.
If You Use Stransky
Yon will bo saved all the annoyance
caused by tho defects of cheap enameled ware.
Stransky is guaranteed not to flake off or dis
color. It is guaranteed to last Five Years.
Stransky ware is made to last and lives up to
its claims. A pavkage of CLEAN EEZY free
with every sale of Jjtransky ware.
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK.
PATTOXS 8UN PROOF PAINT. GARLAND STOVES:'
HaiivKliddlo Hardware Co.
Ladies Muslin Underwear.
Our entire Line on sale this week. The Stock
is full and New. Plenty to select from. Some
rare Bargains. It will pay you to sec them before
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf.
New Idea 10c Paper Patterns.
I bay anything you have to fell
1KB M. DAVIS,
Hew and Second Hand Goods.
Uel my prices before disposing of your foods.
Goods Sold on the Installment Plan
I WILL SELL AT REDUCED
TRICES SOME BICYCLE SUNDRIES
FOR CASH AND
THESE GOODS ARE AS GOOD AS
EVER BUT ARE SOILED FROM
CARELESS HANDLING. THESE ARE
GOOD GOODS AND WILL BE SLO
- - AT
Paddock's Bicycle Den.
will need good tackle. Our stock of
Flies, Spoons, Lines, Reels and Rods
is complete and we sell the best that
can be procured. Fishermen using
our tackle are sure to get good reports
from the other end of the line.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.
I sell anything yon have to buy.
South Sixth Street,
Grants Pass, Oregon.
Geo. How laud visited Jacksonville ,
Mies Mae Davis returned to Grants
Carl Webb of Ashland is visiting
Grants Pass friends.
J. W. Howard returned to Kerby
Saturday after his vacation.
J. S. Moore is in Portland attend
ing a Medical institute.
Miss Louise Whitney of Ashland, is
visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. M.. Clemens returned from
Pacific Grove, Cat, Saturday.
H. A. Rotermuud spent Friday
and Saturday in Grants Pass.
J. H. Harvey and family returned
from the Old Channel mine Monday.
Miss Elva Galloway, of Medford
is visitiugg her parents in Grants
Alex Mitchell who is at Colestiu
for his health, i" improving quite
Miss Sadie Amann, of Medfordis
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. L.
Gilkey, of this city.
Rev. McDougall spent several dnys
at Colestiu. Mrs. McDougall is visit
ing at Central Point.
Harvard Moore wont to Portland
Monday to take in the Carnival.
He will return Friday.
-'H.' H. Barton and Mrs. H. C. Bob
zien and children went to Colestiu
Wednesday to camp for a timo.
Mrs. Anna Smith and ' children,
who have been visiting friends at
Medford, have returned home.'
Mrs. Lougeueckcr ami daughter,
Miss Jeaue, went to Portland Wed
nesday to attend tho Carnival.
Mrs. W. S. Dounull and children
went to Ashland Tuesday to spend
two weeks witli her mother.
Nathan Fullerton has returned to
his duties at Clemen's Drug store,
after a vacation at his homo in Roso-
Miss Mary Coe returned from Coles
tin Tuesday evening, after sending
two weeks in camp at that popular
Mrs. Bert nun Stouo returned to
Crescent City last week after Blind
ing several weeks with relatives and
Jessie and Wilbur Telford of
Colestiu are guests of their annts,
the Misses Telford. They arrived
Miss May Fr.1117.e11 is spending a
few days visiting her grandmother.
Sho will also spend some time in
Portland before returning.
Mrs. Adolph Rotermuud and chil
dren returned to Montaguo Wednes
day. Miss Nina Paddock accomiwnied
them an will Bpeud a week visiting.
Carl Marvin returned home Satur
day night from an all Hummer's
trip through the Puget Sound country.
Ho reports a good time and a pleas
ant nnd enjoyable vacation.
Charles Gray and Noble Parker
have just returned from a trip along
tho coast with a bunch of horses
which they sold along the line.
Circuit Judgo H. L. Benson and
family aro now in Salem, where
Mrs. Benson and the children will
remain during the school year. Mr.
Benson will return to Klamath in a
Mrs. Dora Colvig-Gillctt has been
in Grants Pass tho past week visiting
her parents and friends. She returned
to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
Gillett will go to Hornbrook for a
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Griffin left Wed
nesday for San Francisco whero he
will engage in the hay and feed busi
ness. He disponed of his feed store
here some time ago but will retain
his interest in the meat murket.
Buffalo Bill's wild west show was
in Roseburg Saturday, nnd took like
wild fire. It was unlike any show of
tho past und its like will never come
again. It depicted true as life Beetles
in crossing the plains 40 to ftO
years ago; real Indians in gold time
righting garb and real soldiers from
many battle fields in home and for
eign lauds, came riding along garbed
as in war times. The emigarnt train
and the pony express riders vividly
reminded pioneers of days that were
and tho younger generation gained
a better impression of the experiences
of their parents and gruiidjmn-iits.
It is reported that 700 peopcht were
at the show at Roseburg, coining
from all directions and all distances.
The fanning community was almost
depopulated for the day. Quite a
number of Grants Pass poojsl, went
to Roseburg to see the show.
The .comimny passd through here
Saturday night in four sections with
an aggregate of tj2 cars At Ashland
they unloaded the horses to feed, con
tinuing their journey southward in
SCHKIMPF-At Provolt. August 27,
iwrj, 10 tne wile ol the late Silas
Schrimpf, a son.
LETCHER At Grants Pass. Ore ,
Thursday, Aug. an, J!ij, to Mr. and
Mrs. A. Letcher, a 12 nund boy.
DIXON-At Grants Pass. Ore..
Thursday, Aug. , jw to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Samuel Dixon a sun.
OALBRAITH At Grants Puss, O'e.,
Salurdav, Aug. 30., J si rj. to Mr
and Mrs. H. C. Galbraith, a
JURY At Grants Pass, Ore., Wed-
newlay, Aug. 27., Hurt, Dauiel H.
Jury, aged ii years.
Ladm Cm Vtur Show
One (ice smaller after niinv A!ln'.
Foot-Kaae, a poader to be ibikrn Irm
tli ill or. It mskfi tight or orw abort
leel hit; gives instant rtliri in -,,, .
nd bunions. It's the
discovery of lbs age. Cures and pre
vents swollen feet, blutrrn. f.ll.n. n,l
ore spots. Aileo'a Foot-Ease it a cer
tain cure for sweating, bot, aching feet.
At all drmuist and shoe ator. !v-
Trial pecksce Free by mail. Address,
Alien o. Ulmated, La Koy, N. Y.
Many People Made Happy
The many customers who have already taken advantage of the
rare bargains offered at this discount sale were surprised and pleased
with the big values they received We still have bargains in many
lines, and although we sold hundreds of dollars worth we still have
goods for all.
Notice These Prices.
Chopping Bowls, Large 12c
Copper Bottom Tea Kettles, Extension Sides 1.45
3 6-Food Double Leaders 25c
Flies, Best Quality, Two for '. , . . . 5c
Lamps, Complete ' 25c
Tooth Picks 4c
Clothes Pius, 40 for 5c
Clothes Lines, 50-ft 10c
Mrs. Potts Irons, 3 in Set 1.19
Express Wagons, 12x24 1-35
Six Lovely Glasses 35c
Six " Tumblers 40c
15x21 Looking-glass 64c
Woolen Dress Goods 30c now 25c
" " 50c " 33C
- 48c " 32c
We Have Many More Bargains.
GHIQUGO RRQKET STORE
VJ NEW RAILROAD AGAIN.
Since last week the several com
mittees in charge of the work of
soliciting funds in the several wards
of the city for the purchase of ter
minal grouuds for the tho Oregon &
Pacific Railroad, are mooting with
great success, and the entire amount
is now in sight. The liberal and
prompt response of our citizens in this
matter" is proof postivo of their in
terest In the new railroad and its
completion, as far as tho people of
Grants Pass aro concerned, is an
assured fact. A crew of surveyors
have been at work for some timo. The
preliminary survey has been com
pleted and tho final survey and the
marking of stakes setting out tho
actual route of tho line has been com
pleted as far as Grants Pass to Waldo.
The news that a new railroad is to
puss through has awoke the old town
of Waldo to an activity, tho like of
which it has not known since the
palmy days of 50 years ago. At the
mines of the Waldo Smelting and
Mining comimny a new town has
sprung up which has beeu called Tak
ilma, in honor of an extinct tribe of
Indians that, sialjied 0110 another in
that district nearly 100 years ago.
Takiluia has already made application
to becomo a x)tt office and has sev
eral stores and many residences. Tho
Waldo Smelting and Mining cnmiuiny
have many men at work rout inning
the development of their proiierties
and putting them in trim for the be
ginning of business. There is a
score of other copjier mines in the
district, owned by numerous com
panies, all of whom aro opening up
their properties and getting ready
for tho new railroad. Tho Waldo
Smelting and Mining company are
preparing to put in a new and larger
smelter at their mines, the present
one being inadequate for the accom
modation of the amount of ore they
will handle in tho future. At Cres
cent City the coplo are equally en
thused over the new line. They have
always been secluded from tho outside
world and the railroad will give them
an opportunity to get out once in a
while and rub off the moss, as well as
an outlet for the product of their
mines and farms. There is but
little doubt but that the new line will
soon connect with the other lines
alredy existing in Northern California
and become a part of a new route to
San Francisco, and ultimately will
connect with a through route east
EVANGELIST ' l'J MEETINGS.
Tho ti nt meetings which are being
held under the auspices of the Crist
inn church are proving to be a great
success. J. li. Holmes is nil evan
gelist of considerable nntorictv and
Prof. Geo. A. Webb and wife are sing
ing evangelists of national fame.
The first meeting which was held
Sunday morning was well attended,
and the evangelists used for a subject,
"Gideon's Band". At the close of
the sermon two persons united with
the church At the evening service
the large tent was crowded and there
was quite 11 number standing outside.
The singing was excellent. Just
before the sermon, Mr. ami Mrs. Webb
sang very beautifully and touchingly
"Building for Eternity" and Prof,
ami Mrs. Young added to the interest
by singing a beautiful selection
The evening subject was, "Quali
fication for Service." Mr. Holmes
handled the subject very ably ami
The ministers of tho various
churches in the city we re present and
took part in the service. The meet
ing was considered a grand success
by those who were present and there
wi re two nrlded to the church.
Monday evening tho audience was
quite large. Mr. and Mrs. Webb
sang, "Only Step to the Grave," in
a very impressive manner. The
evangelist preached an able sermon
011 " Reaching tho Unsaved." There
has lscn seven additions to the
church in the three meltings that
have been held, and it is pxisftcd
that great good will be, accomplished
during these meetings.
There-will be meetings in the big
tent each ( Veiling this week except
Saturday evening. Services at 11 a.
in. and 7:1" p. m. Sunday. Prof,
and Mrs. Wrhb will sing at each ser
vice. You are cordially invited to
attend each service and bring your
friends with you.
A Minister's Mistake.
A city minister was recently ban led 1
not ice to be read from bia pulpit. Ac
companying it aas a clipping Irani a
neespaper bearing upon the matter.
Tbe clergyman atarted to rraJ the ex
tract and found that it began : "Take
Kemp'a lialaam, the beat Couh Cure."
This aa hardly what be bad expected
and, after 1 moment's hesitation, he
turned it over, and found on the other
aide the matter intended for the reading.
HOME FOR SALE.
If you want a splendid homo goed,
large house and tw o acres of laud iu
the city call on A. E. Voorhies.
This place will lie sold immediately
If you want a place cheap don't delay.
Will exchange fresh cow for gentle
work horse. Other fresh cows for
sale. James Nee ley, Jump-ofT-Joo.
DRESS CUTTING AND FITTING.
I have just taken tho agency from
tho Inventor of tho very latest dress
cutter. After learning cntting nud
fitting the chart will bo kept free of
charge. Those wishing to learu, call
on Mrs. J. W. Belslier, E street, 1st
house across Gilbert creek.
COL. GEO. FRENCH.
Provincial officer of the Pacific
coast province. Salvation Army of
San rrancisco will speak at tho Sal
vation Army ball Thursday Septem
ber 4, 11)03. All aro Invited to at
tend. CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY.
The editor of the Courier has been
wrongly accused of many things, but
tho lntest in this regard has cropped
out through Editor Bliton of tho Med
ford Mail. The following article nub-
lislicd In last week 1 Mail is proof
positive that Editor Bliton .saw
crooked or was dreaming:
"A. E. Voorhies, publisher of the
Grants Puss Courier, was in Medforil
Tuesday. He is a great novelty fel
low and bis latest notion is a motor
bicycle, one of which he has pur-1
chased and which he rode to Medford
011 Tnesdav at tho rale of twenty
miles nil hour until his tiro went
to pieces, near Central Point, and he
pushed the machine to Medford at
a fonr mile pace for rejialrs. ' '
Iu justice to tho editor of the
Courier, wo wish it to be known that
bo never owned a motor bicycle.
Tho person meant iu tho anove was
probably F. W. Chausse, who owns
one and was seen to disapcar iu a
cloud of dust, going in the direction
of Medford 01m day last week.
To the ladies of Grants Pass and
vicinity Mrs. Holt nud the Misses
Wolfolk will os'ii dressmaking rooms
on 4th St. one door south of the old
Walter's brewery. Ready Sept. Nth
to do all sorts of dressmaking and
plain sewing iu the best eastern
styles. Good fits and good finish.
Your jxitroiiBge solicited.
A visit to the livo stock exhibit
at the Slate Fair will 1mi worth many
times the price of admission. No
state iu the Union will have a bettor
livestock show and every farmer
should make an effort to see the big
gest show ever held this side of the
A good, sound draft horse weighing
alxiot I'm for sale. Call on O. H.
Penny, four miles east of town.
Two good farm hands for six months.
Cash ready every Saturday evening.
John H. Robinson, Wildcrvlllc, Ore.
lfr. Letcher, the jeweler, has just
received a splendid machine for en
graving silverware, jewelry, door
plates, etc. Tho machine, works nice
ly and the euuraving ciinnot be
excelled in any city. Take your en
graving to Letcher.
FARM FOR SALE.
100 acres; 10 acres In finest fruit ' IK)
acres nnder fence and cultivation,
alfalfa and clover, water for irriga
tion. Good two story dwelling etc.,
good stock range. Address Box II
Fruit ipcr can Ihi had in small
quantities at tho Courier office.
Larger lots, from MK) jmunds to ton
lots can bo secured on short notice.
Leave all orders at the Courier ofll.
Last Thursday night between the
hours of 1 and 2 o'chs k the whole
town and a large part of tho surround
ing country were awakened by the
shrieking of steam whistles and the
general alarm of fire. What was at
first thought to be a big and destruc
tive conflagration from the noise
made, and the glow cast Into the sky,
turned out to lie only the old saloon
building and the building adjoining
it on lower Sixth street.
Both of the buildings were aban
doned aud were comiiaiativcly worth
less shacks. Tlwy were tho property
of Mrs. Hcoftelil, of Salem.
ROCK MEN WANTED. "
Good rock men wauled at 11.75 to
l.'.OO per day. Board ft. Z' per week.
Call or address D. E. Morris,
Brownsboro, Jackson Co,, Ore.
Resident Dual lot.
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
M. Clemens, Prescription Prueuit
Se Voorhies about Kodaks and Supplies
Bicycles & repairing at Cramer Eros.
Dr. Lowe. tho optician is coming
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Cornu's.
Fountain Pis Waterman's Ideal
t'3.50 to tl. 00 at Cramer Bros.
A complete line ol tbe celebrated
Mitchell rtuggies, Hacks and Wagons.
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
Fine lino now boggles just received at
Try Morris' Poultry Cure and Stock
food at F. 11. Schmidts. No Cure
No Pay. Free Samples.
last week's issuo pf the Oregouiiin
contained a pictnro of Editor Conk
liu of the Mining Journal and presi
dent of tho Oregon Press association.
Curtis & Co. Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a complete Block of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelrv. All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' buildin.
Professional aud amateur photog
raphers will bo able to find marly
everything necessary for their use iu
stock at A. E. Voorhies' Kodak Head
quarters. Fishing Tucklo and Sporting goods at
Now is your time to buy best White
Lead at cents. Pure Linseed Oil,
So cents a gal. at V. 11. Schmidt's 011
Miss Ida Weston ha returned
from Portltmd, whero slio has been
studying millinery. Sim has a new
stock and new stylos and her prices
aro always the lowest.
Last Week the Courier force feaiited
on lueions strawberries, left nt the
office by Jasper Darueill (f Mnrphv.
The berries were of the ever bearing
uriety and were choice specimens.
Yes, wo gelt Porcelain ware. Not
cheap granite. Call and hoo tho differ
ence. J. Wolke.
One of the attractions nt the Slate
Fair this year will be the Missouri
Giantess, standing S feet I inches iu
her stocking feet. She is direct from
Missouri and will Imvo to be shown!
Don't fail to see her.
Acorn Stove at Cost al Wolke's.
Company K of the 7th regiment
U. S. regulars passed throuuh
Giants Puss Friday bight en route to
the Presidio at San Francisco. The
company has been doing duty iu
tho interior of Alaska.
The Jacksonville public schools will
oiM'ii on September Sth, the corps of
teachers engaged consisting of Prof.
E. h. Washburn, prinipal; Miss
Frankio Barnes, second tlcimrtinciit ;
Miss Ollie Hnll'er, intermediate grade
and Mrs. Mary Peter, primary
Among (lie large portraits of men
of the hour of which The Outlook
makes a special feature iu all of its
Magazines Numbers, wo find in its
Magazine Issue for September those
of A. 1). While, Lord Salisbury,
Oliver Wendell Holmes, the newly
appointed Justice of the Supn me
.Court, Liang Chen Tung, who is to
be the Chinese minister to the United
States, the composer Saint Saens,
and the Sultan of Turki y.
Rev. L. M. Idleman, recently of
Denver, Colo-, has accepted nun
Rt. Rev. B. Wislar Morris, Bishop
of Orcg the charge of St. Mark's
P. E. chinch of Medford, nud Trinily
church of Ashland. Mr. Iillenian
will make bis headquarters at Ash
land but will spend a i-omldcrnhlc
sirtion of his time in Medford. K11
Adjutant (b in ral t'. V. Gaiit nhien,
of Portland has 111 -ranged with Slate
Printer Leeds for the printing of WHK)
copies of 1 1 1 1 1 coinplctn muster roll
of the Second Oregon. This was
ordered by the last Legislature, as a
means of preserving iu accessible
form, the records of the famous
Second Oregon. The n.piis will be
destrilmtod as direct. ,1 by the gover
nor, hut it Is understood Ilia! each i f
tho commis-.ioiicil ollicers of the
Second Oregon and the newsasrs
of the slate Will receive copies while
the various lihrnriis of the stall'
will also he supplied Willi a onpv.
The Secretary of lln Intnior is
prciaring regulations for llm gov
ernment of Hie Crater Luke National
Park, whiih will he promulgated.
When these r. gulations are comph led
steps W ill be :i,i n ooilll. a
siqs-riiiieiiileut and such oilier offi
cials as may he w ec-.-ary to ailmluis.
tor and care f.,r the :,tk, Until such
olllcials am appointed, Fori -I Super
intendent Oimsl.y will continue iu
authority as w hen Ihc park was part
of the I 'il.i'iii' reserve. It is not
yet determiiii d hinv many olilcials
Will he assigned to the pal k. VV. I'.
Aranl has Ih ui ' nmmciidi d by the
Oregon di li gation the position of
su rintenili nt.
1 -OR SALE.
A small, well si l.-c t d st.s k of ilrv
goods, millinery and notions invoic
ing between I K I and 1 .,: for sale
at a bargain or will exchange for resi
dence pnqs rly in Grunts I'a-s.
fall uiu or address O. S. llrown.
Risiiii t over Post Oftice.
Oil Tuesdav our vimiii; iIhl' Hum.'
has smooth bla-k hair and was wear
ing a le w white lcalliri! collar A
suitable reward for his ri eovery at
I'wllle I'mik Needle J ai lory.
COUNTY TREASURER'S MiHi'K.
There are funds in the Tn-aniiry to
iy all warrants prote-led to Jan. 0th,
l'.sl. Interest will o, axi from this
date, Aug. Kith, p.sr.1
J. T. Taylor,
( 'ounty Troasun r.
HOP PK'KKRS vTaNTEI).
Five hundred bop pieiors Wanted.
Apply lo or address John Ranan,
Grants Pass Oregon.
2 Bluii Print Pajs r by :!. jnrd or roll
at the Courier olfice.
ON OF Tm l ATViTW A lAf) lll
Remember, we do not carry the
sweat shop, big-reduction-sale stuff,
but honest labor, honest value, and
reliable uiade Clothing, to be sold
at honest prices.
United Working Men's Shoes.
Red Seal Working Clothes.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS
LABOR DAY IN GRANTS PASS.
Labor Day was mosj appropriately
and auspiciously observed In Grants
Pii8. The day as observed here
w as tho only event of its kind, Grants
Pass has ever known. A grent crowd
of jicoplo w ere present from all parts
of the country and county. The day
was a jH'ifcct 0110 iu every resjicct.
The stores and business bouses were
closed from 0:30 iu tho morning
till 4 o'clock in tho afternoon. Tho
saloons closed their doors during the
forenoon and the factories und mills
of tho city shut down for the day.
Tho celebration of Labor Day hero
was under tho auspices of tho Grunts
Puss Federated Trades Union, and the
great, success met is n striking proof
of the interest the people of Josephine
county Imvo iu tho labor movement.
It. gave an opportunity for the
Labor Union hero to show their I
strength and they did It, In a manner
most, creditable to themselves and
labor in general.
Tho day's program began with a
parade of tho Federaled Trades Union.
J. C. Halo was marshal of tho day
and proved an cxiei ieiicc!d man in the
wrk of bundling recruits. There
were several hundred men in lino,
carrying banners and flags, Waring
the inscription "United we stand,
divided wo fall." Led by the Grunts
Pass band tho boys looking neat
and nutty in bright white coats and
caps, the lino of march passed down
Sixtli street, to Front, down Front
to Gilbert creek, and tti'iiing nbout
marched back to Sixth, and down
Sixth to llicyclo Grove.
Immediately following tho parade
llio crouds assembled nt the trove
for tho entertainment of the morning.
Fresh green boughs bad been placed
over the arbor and the grove was
more comfortahlu iu this ress'ct than
it has been for some time past. After
music by tho band. Marshal of the
Day Hale, introduced Father G. I).
Doyle who delivered a stfrrlng ad
dress. Tim theme cf his simwIi was
a warning to laboring men against
socialism and political doctors who
are attempting to usurp (he laurels
that rlgh' fully belong to the laboring
men, regardless of party or faith.
Attorney Robt. (1. Smith followed
in an address of ouu hour and a half.
His address was a burst of c1kUciicu
from beginning to end anil his treat
ment nud presentment of tho hilsir
quest ion was concise and complete.
The maiiU 'r ill which he exKuuii!i d
the principals of organized labor
brought frequent applausi from the
During the noon hour u sumptuous
basket, dinner was spread in the
grove, with free sandwiches, lemonade
and melons. After the multitude hud
been fed I hero well) iniiiiy loaves left.
The crowd was entertained from
1 lint : 1 3 o'clock by races of various
sorts ut tli" baseball grounds. Then
followed the entertainment of the
afternoon ut the grove, 11 crowd almost
as large as the one of the morning be
ing iiiiscmhlcil. Addn sse.H were made
by Rev. ('has, Hays of the Presby
terian church, Dr. Robt. I -1 slio of the
Baptist church, Dennis H. Slovall,
and Robt. (i. Smith, Ail In all the
day was n most successful 01111 and
it is probable that tho celebration of
Labor Day will bu a permanent
feature in the future of Grams Pass.
Be Ready When the School Bell Rings
Thoughtful pupils will get tUi-ir School 4
Supplies before the fall term commences.
The time honored Slate and pencil.
Lead Pencils all styles and prices.
Tablets for ink nnd pencil.
Composition Books for language exercises.
Thomas' ami Sanford's Inks.
All of the Required SCHOOL BOOKS.
Slover Drug Company.
The accurate compounding of ptescriptions from pure in
gredients is our jtronghoUl.
We've got 'cm
When you get a Suit of Clothes
from us you are sure to be glad of
it. Stylish, comfortable and well
made you can't regret your pur
chase, and only regret they can't
If they are worn out that last
suit come in and enjoy purchas
ing more clothing comfort.
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H. Hartli & Son.
PIONEERS' ANNUAL MEETING..
Tho committee on arrangements,
heretofore appointed to prepare for
tho proper celebration of the 2t!th
annua! reunion of the Pioneer Society
of Southern Oregon which will be
held in Jacksonville on Thursday,
September 4th, 100',', hnvo arranged
tho following program :
Meet at Court House at 10 a. m.
Musio by Goro Brothers.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Reading memorial resolutions on
members deceased since last annual
Address by Hon. C. B. Watson,
Song, written by Juno M. McCully.
Dinner under tho auspices of the.
Native Daughters of Juno M. Mo
Cully cabin of Jacksonville, who hope
to huvo the pleasure of greeting all
the pioneers of tho Society together
with their families. Please bring
your badges with you.
CAUGHT AT GRANTS PASS.
Two Indian girls who had run away
from the Chemuwa Indian school,
near Salein, wero intercepted at
Grants Pans Tuesday morning and re
turned to tho school Wednesday by
constable Raudlo. Tho girls'' raw
away from tho school Sunday and
purchased tickets from Salem to
Grants Puss. The sujierintendcut
of tho school learning of this, tele
phoned Polico Patrick of this city to
lie on tho lookout and stop the lassies
if they at tern ted to go farther.
They arrived on Tuesday morning's
southbound traiu and were taken iu
custody by Polico Patrick. The girls
confessed to bo tho vouug Indies
wanted and were returned to school.
If I El I lill fc"jrtBa
laigcnc, - Oregon.
Tim first S unistor, S 'S.sl oil IB03-3
opens Wednesday, September 17th.
The follow ing Schools and Colleges
are comprised iu tho University.
Graduate School College of Litera
ture, Science und Arts College of
Science and Engineering Uuiverslty
Academy School of Music School
of Medicine School of Law.
Tuition free, excepting in Schools,
of Ijiw, Medicinti and Music.
(Incidental feo ?IO.OO, Student
Body tax fi.W) jut year.)
Cost of living from f 100. to t-'OO.
University Suhool of Musio Irving
M. Glen, A. M. Deau; Fiano Mrs.
Roso Mldgley Hollonboek, (Joseffy,
Gortalowskl, Schwarenskn) ; Piano
Mr. Arthur Louis Frnzer, (Five years
with W. G. Nash); Voice Miss Eva
Sllnson, (King Conservatory Trebelll
Music School); Violin Mrs. John
L. l'ls s,(Spil.ni r.Spiering) (Theory
Miss Eva Stinson, Mrs. Rose Mldgley
Terms furnished on application to
the Dean. V
Registrar of the Univer
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