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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
GRANT? PASS, OREGON.
Published Every Thursday.
One Year, In advance, . I
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pay their subscription now get tlis ben
lit 01 we cueaper rate.
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Entered at the pout ofllce at Grants 1'i-s
Oregon, as second-class mail matter.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, VMZ
Numbers 1 aud 2 of VoL 1 of the
Bangor Exchange which liave roach
ed tliis offlco show that BuiiKor is to
bo a place that will bo heard from In
the fntoro if printers' ink ran do it
The paper is published in the intercut
of Coos comity and tho west. Chus.
Sawyer is editor.
The firm issuo of the Gleniliihi News
reached our desk this week. It is
four-column, four-pairo liier, brim
full of news and in published by H. W.
Halbert. Mr. Hnlbert is an old time
iicwsmlir nmu bnt ha spent the pant
few years prosjiectinK and mining in
this and other countries. Ho is
liurd working man and we have found
him honest and reliable. Ulendale is
fortunate in having Mr. liulbort cant
his lot with them and they should
give hi in splendid supiiort as a new
paper will lie a great advuntage to the
"The Pacific is the ocean of the
future. Tho markets of the Orient
are the Republic's futnre commercial
salvation ; and tho Orient's conimcr
cial futuro is yours. If the Philip
pines are no advantage to the Rcpub
lie, why is Hawaii an advantage to
the RcpublicV Tho opposition doc
not say givo it up. Where will the
Pacific Count sell its surplus? And
yonr unsold surplus means your com
merce paralyzed, your laboring men
starving. There is only ono solution
of the lalxir problem, and that solu
tion is steady employment mid honest
wages. "Senator lieveridge in
siH'ech at Sun Francisco.
President Roosevelt was elected an
honorary member of the Ilrotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen. He attended
the executive sessions at Chattanooga
Monday, walking from the hotel to the
Auditorium, a distance of a few blocks
escorted by Grand Master Sargent,
a comniltte of the Brotherhood and a
detachment of Troop B, State Guard,
Acting Grand Master Hanuahiin
welcomed the president stating that
his presence at the convention would
do great good to organized lalior,
not only in this country but In Cana
da and other countries as well. The
president returned his thanks for the
welcome, and said be was glad to 1
with the Brotherhood. He said the
Firemen's Brotherhood was the result
which nitlurally comes from the ap
plication of eoile of common sense
to their work. He said thut organ
iml lalsir never had inuile an un
reasonable request of him, and that if
it hud ho wonld have denied it. In
sM'itking of the pointmcnt of Grand
Mntser Sargent, of the Brotherhood,
to lie Commissioner General of Immi
gration, the president said it was one
of the most io.it isfuetory npisiintmcnls
to him and to the puplic he hud ever
The forest fires which have been
raging in the northwest during the
past week but emphasi.e the fact that
too much caul ion cannot lxi exercised
in the use of fire during the dry sea
son. During the week scores of lives
have been lost and untold horrors ex
perienced by those who had to bend
every energy to escajsi nil awful death
by lire In the forests. Thousands of
acres of valuable timls r have Ix-cn
burned, causing a loss which mounts
up into the millions, while the lum
bering industry has received a severe
check iu borne mrts of tho two states
of Oregon and Washington. Words of
warning and caution were passed
along the line only a few weeks ago
but the tires gained a control which
could not bo checked until the great
damage had Ih'CU done. .losephine
county needs to lie ever watchful. It
can hardly be supiMised that a jvrson
would dclilicratcly set a blaze in the
forest, but we have proof that sonic
one in this county set four tires along
a densely wooded lidge ill the sjuice
of an afternoon. Ict us take warn
ing from the events of the piist week
which have wrought death and de
struction so lavisblv.
THE WAKE UK N ilU'HWEST
K iKEST KIKES.
Bridges attacked anil residences
threatened iu South Portland.
Ilainage in Eastern Multnomah
amounts to (r.V'iOO, and every family
has been lighting the tire since Mon
day. Several families burned out on the
Section Line road.
Three dwellings and 'the county
bridges gone in Pleasant Valley.
Flames surround the dwelling of a
resident of Kcckwood and lace west
along the Kase Line rond.
To protect the town of tlreshaui,
men stand guaid night and .day.
Fully 100 men are at work to save
pro)icrty ill tin' dangerous heat.
P. II. ltooik has a narrow cseaH'
from death at Pliasant Home. A saw
mill was destroyed mid four others
Were iu danger
Fire coinianies were culled out to
Irvingtou. The residents of that jwt
of Portland wen J on duty from 2
o'clis k yesterday morning.
Non-arrival of grain and coasting
ships due to dense smoke at the mouth
of the Columbia.
Telegraphic market reports cur
tailed owing to trouble with the
Damage near Lents amounts to over
Tillamook City has tsen saved from
Impending doom by timely change of
Forest a in Douglas and Jackson
Counties are on fire, but damage yet
Fall and Winter 19021903
"We are selling Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Jackets
that are right. The quality that wears, combined with
popular styles, superior finish and dressy effect, sure to
Front street, oppo Depot,
Superintendent Ormsby, of Cascade
Forest Reserve, says no fire has yet
entered the reserve.
Sixty people iu the town of Spring
water, Clackmas Comity, forced to
floe for their lives and rendered home
less, aud a fine timber belt destroyed.
Sawmill of tho Bridal Veil Lumber
ing Company and tho whole town of
Palmer, situated two miles east of
Bridal Veil, in this county, destroyed.
Valuable timber destroyed near
Coburg, Wilhoit Springs and Wend-
ling and other points. Men at Wend-
ling are swamping the timls r in order
to savo it Losses will nmount to
thousands of dollars.
Destruction of village of Viola
Woman burned to death near Van
couver, Wush., and a woman anil lier
child are missing.
Mills, lumber and timber to value
of 11,0X10,000 destroy! d iu Chehalis
Sept. 25-30 Oregon conference of the
M. E. church at Grants Puss.
(Jet. I, Wednesday Georgia Ilurisr
Co. rendering the Lyric Queen nt
tho Opera house.
Oct. 2, Thursday Georgia Harper
Co. iu Little Duchess at the Ojmtu
Oct. 3, Friday Georgia Harper Co.
in "Way Back East" at 0htu
Oct, ft Gorton's Minstrels at Opera
Oct. 8-13 Synod of Oregon meets iu
Arriving Daily in alt
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Long Coats.
WINTER WAISTS, OPERA SHAWLS,
Wo have many new novelties in our Dress (Hoods
lepartineiit. We invite yon
Shoes aiuljl'uniisliinn (iooils
SOCTIiEUN OIIEUON NOllMAL.
The Southern Oregon State Normal
School is making thorough prepar
ations fui the coining year's work,
The buildings are being remodeled
mid rciuircd, and extensive additions
to the chemical and physical dc
imrtinents are being made. The facul
ty is composed of strong teachers
onsocrated to the work, and each de
partment is ill the hands of a special
ist. . .
A year's course in Uitin aim in
Economics has Won lidded to fiittlu r
. . - i ; i . I I I.
I lv mro teachers lor oign senooi num.
I'ho training dcpui Uncut will Ives-
iullv strong. A man of splendid
ducat inn and wide experience will
lie at the head of tins tieiiirtmciii.
Much attention will he given to ora
tory, and athletics will ne mime
prominent. The citizens of Ashland
have guaranteed some $.'00 as prizes
for excellence in these lines. The City
Library of 20tX well selected volumes
is thrown n'H to students of the in
stitution. Board and lodging can be
hail at from f.V.'iO per week to $1.00.
Climate healthy. Course of study
practical and exhaustive. For cata
logue of announcements write B. V.
Mulkey, president, or Clifford
Thomas, secretary, Ashland, Oregon
HOME FOR SALE.
If you want a splendid home - good,
large house and two acres of land iu
the city call on A. K. Yoorhies.
This place will bo sold immediately
If you want a place cheap don't delay.
Will exchange fresh cow for gnu e
work horse, other fresh cow for
sale. James Nii'ley, Jump-off Joe.
W. E. Dean, Propr.
IT HAS COME TO THE FRONT..
The rapidity with which the Disc
Craphophnuc has come to the front
is due to the fact that the quality of
the records has been constantly im
proved, from the timo this tpye of
machine began to bo made by the
Columbia Phonograph Company,
the pioneers aud leaders iu tho talk
ing machine art. The advantages of
Hat, thin and indestructible records
were alwuys recognized but the manu
facturers who attempted to make
them failed so lamentably in pro
ducing anything to comiire witli the
cylindrical records used on the
gruphophoiio that the demand for
them was uiiiiiiHirtaut. All that is
changed ; the Columbia Disc Records
are a delight. If you have not
heard them you can form no idea of
tlie advance that lias been made in
them. The disagreeable scratch and
the mettled effect has been replaced by
a smoothness, naturalness nnd bril
lianey which gives to thier reproduc
tion a most charming effect.
The Disc Gruphoplinno is made in
three tyjM'S, selling at lift, I'.'O and
$:I0. Seve n inch records fiOc each, fA
jior dozen ; 10 inch records f 1 each,
$10 jht dozen. The Gruphophoiio and
Columbia Records were awarded the
Gruinl prize at the Paris Exposition
The Columbia Phonograph Com
puny, ISA Ocnry Street, San Fran
cisco, headquarters for gruphophoues
and talking mac bine supplies of every
kind, will send you catalogues on
to come in and look them
A plaster uionel of the National
Capitol nt Washington w ill ho among
the interesting exhibits in the Gov
ernment building at the World's Fair.
$70,000 liKKAlll OK PROMISE.
James IV Heryford, the well know n
etxeusive cattle owner of Chewauctiii,
Lake county, has been sued for $70,
000 damages for breach of pn inise of
marriage by Miss liirdie N. McCarthy
of Wane county, Mich., in the V. S.
Iitrict court at Cortland The
ladv taught school iu his neighbor
hood in I'.KH) and ail'ges that during
Iho holid.iys lleivford agreed to inar
rv In r, the nodding in occur in one
ear. lie has refused to make his
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Rev. McDougal and hu co-woikers pa( jfic Rai,roa(1 ,. nl, ,,e
in the Methodist Episcopal church of diHtri(.t
Grants Pass, are maki.ig preparations '
for the Oregon Annual Conference j ALAMEDA MINES. .
which will be held in this city from T)l0 AjIimt,,ia Mining Co's proper
Sept. 24 to 30. The church has been ti,. Bre m-s,r Rogue river, Josephine
newly painted throughout and the . . ti. (Jaliee mining dis-
beautiful edifice has the appearance of
an entire new structure. Other in -
provementa hate beea made about the
church, and this together with the
many other preparations that a e being
made, will make the conference here an
The program arranged tor the con
ference is as follows:
Semi Centenial Session of the Oregon
Annual Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church to be held at Grants
Pass, Oregon, Sept. 2430, l'J02, at the
Newman M. E. C'hunh, Iliehop Earl
Cranston, D. D. L I.. D. presiding. J.
W. McDougall, pastor.
Grants Pass Diet. D. T. Siimmerville.
Eugene " T.B.Ford.
Salem " D. A. Walters
Portland " L. E. Rockwell.
Tuesday 23, 9 A. M.
Examination of undergraduates.
7:30 P. M. Lecture by Dr. 8. W. Gamble.
7, P. M. Song service.
7:30 P. M. Missionary Anniversary,
address by Dr. W. F. Oldham, li. j.
Thursday 25, OA. M.
Opening service of Conference, Sac
rament of the Lord's Supper.
Organization and Business session
conducted by Bishop Earl Cranston.
2:30 P. M. Anniversary of W. II. M.
S., address by I)r. T. C. Iliff.
7, P. M. Song service followed by
Church Extension Anniversary address,
Dr. T. 0. Iliff, W. T. Kerr presiding.
Friday 2, 8 :30 A. M.
0 A. M, Bu inesa session.
2:30 P. M. Anniversary W. F, M. 8.
address by Dr. II. J. Taluott.
7:00 P. M. Song Service.
7:30" " Temperance Anniversary,
addresses by Hiram Gould and E. B.
Saturday 27, 8:30 A. M.
9:00 A. M. Business session.
2 :30 P. M.
7:00 P- M. Song Service followed by
Conference Annual Missionary Sermon,
Geo. 11. Bannett.
Sunday 28, 9:00 A. M.
Conference Lovefeaet conducted by
T. F. Royal.
10:30 Public service and sermon by
Bishop Earl Cranston.
3:00 P. M, Ordination of Deacons and
Elders followed by Memorial services,
6:30 P. M. Epworth League Anniver
sary addressee by Dr. J. R, T. I.athr p
and F. L. Moore.
7:30 P.M. Educational Anniversary,
address by Dr. J, II. Coleman, Bishop
Earl Cranston presiding.
Monday 29, 8:30
9:00 A. M. Business session.
Morning devotional serv'eca will be
in charge ol tho Bishop.
All persons coming to Grants Pass to
attend the Conference will pleate come
direct to the church w hich is four blocks
north of R. R station.
Prof. F. E. Young will have charge of
Tho fourth quarterly meeting ser
vices of the Newman M. E. Church
will be held Saturday and Sunday us
Quarterly Conference, Saturday 8
Sunday 10 a. m., Sabbath School.
Sunday II a. in., Preaching by Dr.
Gamble followed by Communion ser
vice. Rev. I). T. Suinmervillo will
have charge of these services.
or. vt. s. Uamble will lecture on
the subject "Sabbath" Sunday 3 p. m.
and 7:30 p. in. also Monday and Tues
day 7 :30 p. in. Dr. , Gamble is an
eloquent, forceful and convincing
sis'ukcr and will not fail to interest,
instruct and help all who desire light
on this subject.
These lectures are free to all. Do
not fail to attend each lecture.
ATTEND THE STATE FAIR,
SALEM, SEPT. IS-SO.
Take a few days after haying ami
harvesting and go away for a change
of scene and air. Too few farmers
aud farmer's wives take any vacation
during the year. There is nothing
so good as a change of living and a
few days rest to brace one up, lioth
physically and mentally. Most of tin
large city business houses give theii
employees one or two weeks vacation
during the year and they tlnd it pays
well ill the ticttcr health of their men
and greater interest taken by them
ill their duties. A week's rest attend
ding the States Fair is IkxIi educa
tional and recreative.
The exiHisition building "ill tie
tilled with the finest exhibits of III
(arm, Held aud on hards. The live
stock show w ill surpass anything o!
the kind ever given on the coast, and
no progressive farmer can afford to
miss seeing the possibilites of iniprov
in,; breeds and breeding.
Coul racing cw.y afternoon be
tween the fleetest footed rue. is on
the coast. Good music ami high clas;
eutertaiiimeiit iu the evening. Re
duced rates will be made by tin
Southern Pacitic for the occasion.
Ask your ng-nts for full information.
JOSEPHINE MARBLE MINES.
J. C. Whipp, G. W. Greening aud
G. W. VauiK'l, three nionihors of the
Oregon & California Marble Co. came
down from Ashland a few days ago
and have gone out to their proivrties
on Cheney creek. T'lis company ow ns
3ti0 acres of mineral laud iu this dis
trict, w hich includes the famous (.treat
The comimny is negotiating for the
purchase of the milling prvpertict
o ned by J u lgv H. K. Ilanna audi.
C. Hollo, which adjoins the mineral
lauds of the Oregon California Com
pany. These people are- making prepara
tions to extensively develop their
marble mines, which are as extensirt
quarries aud contain as high grade
marble as anv known on the coast.
, All varieties of marble are found iu
.1... Tl. iirnTinued OreffOll &
tri(.ti'Bll(i consist of four full qnartz
lruijml, all(i no acres of rich gravel
lands.- The cnmriany purchased the
entire holdings from the original
owers mid locators. The most strik
ing feature of the Galiee district is
the mammoth ledge which pasxs
through the eomjiany's property and
known as the Big Yank ledge.
Bonanza and Monte Cristo Claims,
1100 feet in width by 8,(KK) feet in
length, are a continuation of the Pig
Yank ledge. This ledge has a slate
hanging wall and another of a syenite
foot wall. Tho vein matter, a
bluish quartz with iron sulphurets,
assaying $3 to $:)() to the ton, as depth
is gained, changes to sulphide-) f
cop-ier and retains its gold vulu s.
Development work on these two
claims is by three tunnels and several
open cuts. At 130 feet in. a crosscut
was run 40 feet each way and neither
wall was reached. At the greatest
depth from the surface, 125 feet, assays
give values of $10 to $17 in gold, pop
per and silver values to the ton. As
depth is gained by driving in of the
tunnel, the ore increases in valup, in
dicating the approach to a shoot of
high grade ore. OthiT; openings far
ther np the moulain show mineralized
Live Yunkeo and Yankee Poojllo
claims, konw as the Rocky Gulch
mine, are developed by two tunnels,
one 130 feet and the other 105 feet.
Work so far proves conclusively that
this portion of the Alameda Com-
imny's proiorty is the same as the Big
Yank lead, and further proofs are also
found in the assays. This coinp"iiy
has just let the contract for the run
ning of a long tunnel to C. li. Matti
son, of this county
Prune drying will scon commence.
Our merchants ure very busy send
ing goods into the country
Mr. Bull has returned from Salem
and reports having had a good time.
Some days Main street is crowded
with teams so we have to come in bv
one of the side streets to the business
part of town.
Our worthy and efficient E. J.
Muckin is busy wrapping up goods
but at the same time will entertain
you with one of his jokes, a stock
of which lie always has handy.
Some of our land is being survey-(
with a view to buying for nciiml set
tlement. Land that will make good
homes iu this vicinity is being looked
after as most of it is well watered and
adjacent to good schools.
mo are having dry weather; too
dry; the ground is beginning to warp,
so we must have rain before long.
Our weather prophet gives it up: all
signs have failed : something is nidi
it ... . .
vauy wrong Willi the planets, tliev
do not work in harmony.
When we get the wagon road com
pleted down Grave creek and to the
summit of Mt. Reuben then the trade
will come our way throii:h the
natural advantage of the country
although wo wish Gleiidulo all the
prosperity she can get.
We tire selling goods and shipping
tar nnd near; way up on Wolf creek
near Glendale; it would be well for
Ulendale to get a business boom tirst
then boom the town afterward
lliut, ill our idea, would be good
We are having some malariii in this
vicinity, it has been dry so long and
the air is full of smoke. I'ncle Hilley
Cox had a runaway w ith one of his
teams last week. He was hauling
railroad wood from the hills and his
team of line young horses ran away
down a steep hill. One valuable horse
was killed and the wagon was badly
broken up. Mr. Cox was badly shak
en up ami somwehat bruised but no
bones were broken. We are in receipt
of a little paier printed at Glonilulc;
it is quite a spicy iia-ior. As Glen,
dale is so far away from Lol.uid it w ill
he a long time before it will lie a
tow n of note.
LOSS OF LIFE IN BOElt WAR.
An interesting parliamentary paper
giving a return of the military force
employed iu South Africa from the
beginning to the end of the war has
been issued. The garrison, August I,
isi.i'.i, consisted of ;S ollicers and ini.'-J
.'iilistcd mi n ; reinforcements sent be
tween then and the on I break i f bos -tiliiics,
October II, lv.K.i, intabd r.
"4i'i. Thereafter the troops sent up to'
May 31, l'.M-.', readied the great total
.if 3V,,0M, besides tin. U( men
raised in South Africa.
The tiual casually tigun s are: Kiil
d, 774: wounded, ilt.il-ji); tlicd cf
wounds or disi a.e, lii, 1i;n.
When it conn s to feeding or .-hollering
some -i, .'iiK), IHX) ieop!o a y,ar tin n
iiiu-t be something of an t-xpen-c bill
to ly. Among a score of good vi ;ks
the Salvation rmy dm.- lies i ci
year of its hi-iory, right hero annng
the people of our country. Wh n ihii
idmirable org.ini..,tion makt stoii a- -(sal,
then, as it now d.s- in th;
,-t lchratii n of iis llaiv.-.-t 1 -i i v.il, ii
leservcs the heart y i nccurag. in; in ami
upholding of every self re-p,-ct i nj,
We offer $JiV Reward for any t .is.
'f Catarrh that cannot lie cured In
thill's Catarrh Cure. !'. J. t In ne
X- Co., Toledo, Ohm. We, lit- under
4igiied have know u F. J. Cheney toi
he last l-" year-, ami l hevc him
perfectly hononthle in all be.sinc-
.r.insaclioin - ami financially able ti
arry out any obligations made It
.heir firm. West A; Truax. Whole
-ale Druggist-, Toledo, O. Wabbng.
riiiiu.tii tV Marvin, Wholesale Drug
lists, Toledo, I .
Halls Catarrh Cure is taki u inter
wily, acting direftly upou the tibs-o
mil mucous sarf.ices v.f the system,
rt-ice, 7.V ier bottle. Sold by al.
Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hail's Family Pills are the best.
Yes, we sell PorivLiiu ware. Not
h'ap g ramie. Call and see the difcr
ni. J. Wtilke.
FASHION HINTS FOR AUTUMN.
The new drop-yokes produce Un
effect of very drooping shoulders and
are shown in many of the newest
models with yoke of all-over lace
xtending over the slievea.
Seams in slot effect remain the dis
tinguishing note in many of the new-
skirts and jackets and also m tne
There is nothing daintier than well-
made and exnuisitely decorated lin
gerie aud since the vogue of faggot
ing gowns, separate yokes, collars,
etc., is at its height, tins iianoi
needle work is aslo applied to under
wear. The stitch employed is usually
the plain faggoting or herringbone.
There is a w ide assortment of heavy
textured or "mannish" goods as they
are termed, any of w hich arc appro
priate for jacket iind-skirt-suitH.
Boulevard velvet cords are shown
. . . i .i
in a wide assortment ci colors, mm
there is no more fashionable materia!
for walking or street costumes.
Embroidery and fancy stitches are
the inevitable mark of distinction on
everything from the dainty stock-col
lar to the even daintier hose.
Fashion has decreed the extensive
iisi; of pendant and ball trimmings
this season, and a great variety is
xhibited. Both black and colored
samples are procurable, as vvoll ns
bits of metal and enamel from w hich
iridescent beads and spangles are
The possibilities cf velvet ribbon
as un ornamental feature have won
for it the highest popularity in trim
ming net, chiffon and light wollens.
Use I'atton's 5-year guarantee Sun
proof Paint before the rainy season
begins Cramer Bros., Agts.
ROCK MEN WANTED.
Good rock nu n wanted at $1.75 to
$2.00 per day. Board 25 per week.
Call or address D. E. Morris,
Browusboro, ili'cbrn Co., Cre.
Listen! Hear the (d ol hell ring.
Mrs. Purrough, who has been sick
for some time, had a h::d spell one
day lu.-t week but is now much im
proved James Hocl:ii:g, Sr. and daughter
Martha mid J. W. McCollum returned
from Klamath County, where they
have bein fir the past two weeks
visiting with Irnccis Hi ( king and
The farewell sermon preached by
liev. Rogers last Sunday was u good
one and was quite well attended.
Rev. Jordon of Merlin spent part of
last week and the first of this week
The building of the sawmill is pro
gressing rapidly and will soon Ik
n ady for work.
Miss Delia and Clarence McCollum
ol Grants I'ass spent one night, the
lirst of the week, with their uncle,
.1. W. McCollum. Zanoni.
Stransky Ware is the l'st for cook
ing fruit Cramer Bros.
DR. GUNNS- BLOOD AND
There is not a woman in this land
but at some time in her life would
have been the better for the use of
this tonic. For diseases peculiar to
women, a hotter medicine was never
made. It is cnmgxisod of the ingre
oienis iroiu wnien mo system lias
been deprived by disease, over-work
or (ii.-sapation. neuters at once into
the circulation, building up tin
tissues that have lstn wasted, ami
making pure, rich blood iu the most
itirect way. 1-or weak, nervous and
unsteady iieonlc, lnmnlv. nale
fieshless people, it will make strong
sieanv nerves anil give the complex
ion that wholesome look that indi
cates health. We have hundreds of
letters tint people have written us,
-living that they had gained in good
solid flesh at the rate of one to three
iinds per week while using Dr.
llnnn's Blood and Nerve Tonic. Ii
should be taken after meals, one or
two tablets each time. Druggists sell
it 7.'c per box or three boxes for
$-.'.), or sent postpaid on receipt of
puce. vto me glad o make reply
to letters of inquiry, the advice w'e
ive yon is plain, and easily under.
stood. Address Dr. I'.osan'ko Co.
Philadelphia, l'a. For sale by W. F.
The filicrm.m, the sailor, t!:e
yachtsman and everybody, ii li.,ble
to sudden attacks of disease.
1 1' Kit It V It A VI')
Vtslike magic 'or cholera cramps,
sudden colds, or chills f:n tx.
Take no substitute. Trite 2..-. . oc.
nj Front. Oppo. Optra ftotiM.
The TOl'ROUND SHOE is tilled between outeole and indole with
niix-ure of ground cork and r jbber which ads as a cushion !or tha
er's loot, keeps out moisture and prevents tqueaking.
Gentlemen! Wear only Topround $3.50 Shoes, made froui Whit,',
Crown Calf. Wears better, keeps its polish better; in fact, the beat ,10t
made in the orld lor the price.
Welch's Clothing' Store,
Opera House Block.
Grants Pass, - Oregon.
Be Ready Vhen the School Bell Rings
Thoughtful pupils will get their School
Supplies before the fall term commences.
The" time honored Slate and pencil.
Lead Pencils all styles and prices.
Tablets for ink and pencil.
Composition Hooks for language exercises,
Thomas' and Sanford's Inks.
All of the Required SCHOOL BOOKS.
Slover Drug Company.
The at curate compounding of prescriptions from pure in
gredients is our stronghold.
G. P. Pharmacy and
W. F. KREMER, Propr.
Bicycles, Guns. Locks, Umbrellas,
Fishing Heels, Scales, Talking Ma
chines, Sowing Machines, Typo
Writers, Cash Registers, Ice Cream
Freezers, Lawn Mowers, Pumps,
Baby Carriages, Grind Knives, Scis
sors and Axes, do latho work and
general Repairing .4 jt
, IVc Sell
n'3.rJHCS Ah SUafflS. TALKIHU MA.
SV0 RGOROS. riSHIHO TACKLE
POCKET KniVCS AtO RAZORS "
9addoQkd i3ece S)cn
WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The scho.1 where is doue; reason j,
nlys glvwl; where is developed; where boo&
tatight exaoUy as loks arfc kept in business; where sltoTtlndii '
niade easyj where is I
1 have been educated for succt fc ?
1 Whcre 'JiiiIiwill be. Open an the year. Catalog
. P- ARMSTRONG, LU. Q., PR,NCIPAL
1902 ' OPENING ANA'OUNCEMEMT. 1902.
fol't .f"Ir'li.ArJ'' iS',,,,",b'-r Normal lepartment, September 16.
tV'll-ie, ),;,;;; Z'-. ".t, Dept., Member M.
'" cf Art, s.,PI1 u.. 1 " l.",Hn,'t" IP'-. Member 1(1.
I'"' el The, I , (ll'eiie of M.dicine, October 1.
TU Bo2r7Lendrro,0nRMen CW sent on application
,. nJ rm Boarding Ball, $5.10 per week.
'Tr . "k ."',!; '.:;:';ah:!,;r,;jm;n, i- v. t. h.
l ' per ww. """ ' Stcd n-j ,-, boaid them.elvea for e
J(hn man, President, Salem, Oregon.
)f yonr face can be brought to lift
and admiration by the use of ou
famous cosmetics and bcautifien '
Our face powder, cold cream and 1m
routes make tho skin hiive the soli, i
velvety nppcHrunoo such as Madam .
Ivecamicr was famous for, and camioi
injure the skin, us they contain no
impure ingredients :
National Drug Store,