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ROGUE RIVER COURIER
. GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Published Evary Thursday.
Subscription Rates i
On Year, in rdvsDce, $150
Bix Monthi, ....
biniile Cornea, -.(
Not'ca ia hen bv iriven that on July 1
1(102, the sulwripnon rate of the Coi sias
will be rained to 11.50 per yrr. Anywbo
pava their autncription now get the bet
lit of the cheaper raw.
Furniiihed on application at the office, or
A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. 4 MNOB
Entered at the pout office at Grants F-a
Oregon, aa aecond-clana mail matter.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1902.
Tlio Iowa conimiiwiou lias its World
Fair building plans nearly ready.
Work will belli n this fall. Tlio strnc
tare will cost $50,000 to '.0,000.
China is on the vergo of another
Boxer uprising which may equal that
of 1'JOO, according to mail advices ro
ceivod at the Stuto Department from
Minister Conner, dated InHt month.
The trouble- appears to ariw princi
Iially from extortionate taxation, com-
binod with rebutment nnuiiiht the
presence of iiilfminnarie, thug justify
iiiK the judgment of tlio Department
of Btatu, which pointed ont to the
powers that tlio demand for excessive
indemnities would result in serious
internal troubles in China.
President (tampers, of tho American
Federation of Labor, Is reported to
have said at Washington that the
striking miners iu tho Pennsylvania
coal fields were prepared to hold out
for months. lie said tho miners wero
disposed to make concessions, but the
presidents hud had no overture mude
to them, and that tho nun "are not
going to yield." "The strikers, " he
said, "are receiving all tlx) supplies
they need, and can continuo their fight
indefinitely. The federation will do
all it can to aid them. Ono thing Is
certain, that is, the strikers will never
yield on tho basis of tho dismember
ment of their union organization. "
Apparently tho Klondike gold dig
gings havo reached tho maximum of
their productiveness, says the Globe
Domocrut. A representative of the
Canadian government who recently
went to Dawson, tho principal town
in tlio Klondike region, to look over
tho situation, tins initio a report,
which says that, while tho gold pro
duction (hero iu 11)01 was about fx' I, -
000,000 it will not, according to his
estimates, exceed 111,000,000 iu 11KI3.
No now discoveries liavo been made
in tho past year although tlio moon
tains, valleys and beds of streams for
hundreds of miles around tho gold
fields liavo been prospected. As a
consequence business in Dawson In
depressed and thousands aro leaving
for the United Htutea
OREGON ANNUAL CONFERENCE.
The Bcmi-ccutcuiiiul solution of the
Oregon Annual Conference, of the
Methodist Episcopal church was con
voueed iu Grants Pass Tuesday and
Will remain in Reunion till next Mon
day. Tho local church penplo have
untile elaborate prostrations for the
reception of the visitors and the con
ference is proving to bo one of the
most successful ever held ill the state.
Thero aro over 1115 visiting minis
ters and delegates here, among them
being several men of national reputa
tion. The conference is iu charge of
Bishop Karl Cranston, of Portland.
The first meeting of the session was
the examination of undergraduates at
tho church Tuesday after noon, con
ducted by Bishop Cranston.
Tuesday evening a large audience
filled tho auditorium of tlio church
to listen to the able address of Dr. H.
W. Gamble, of Kansas.
Wednesday afternoon tlio culmina
tion of undergrnuates was continued.
Wednesday evening an eloquent ad
dress was delivered by Dr. W. F.
Oldham of New York, the church
being filled to overflowing.
Among the Hpciikcra for the re
mainder of tho week are Dr. T. C,
llilf, of Cincinnati ; Dr. II. J. Talbnl,
Hiram Gould, Edwin I.ockhurt mid
Geo. 11. Bennett of Portland.
Unfortunately Rev. McDotigall
of the local church has Ken ill anil
confined to his room a great part of
Following is the program:
7 I M. Song service.
7:;t0I', M. Miimiouary Anniversary,
address by Dr. W. K. Oldham, 11. J.
Thursday, L'.'i, II A. M.
0Kiiiiig service of Conference, Sac
rament ol the Lord's Supper.
Orgiinimilion uud llimiucua senniou
conducted by Hinhop Kurt Cranston.
3::U) I'. M. Anniversary of W. II. M.
S., address by Dr. T. C. lliff.
7, 1'. M. Song service lollowed by
Church Kxteimiou Anniversary addrciei,
Dr. T. l llift, W. T. Kerr presiding.
Friday, 'Jti, M A. M.
U A. M. llll-illess session.
2::!0l'. M. Anniversary W. F. M. S.
addresn by Dr. 11. .1. 'I'ulliott.
7 ;00 1'. M. Song Service,
7:110" " Tciiiperani'u Anniversary,'
a.ldrenaea by lliraui tlouKI and F.. II.
Saturduy, i'7, H.;!U A. M.
V :W A. M. ltuinosn session.
7:00 1'' M. Song Servici lollowed by
Conference Annual Missionary Senium,
Geo. II. leiuiiett.
Sunday, M, U :0O A. M.
Conference l.oveieant rnnducted by
T. F. Koyal.
10:30 Public service and sermon by
lliahop Karl Cranston.
3:00 P. M. Ordination of IViieotu and
F.ldera followed by Memorial services,
0:1)0 1'. M. Fpworth l-eano Aunlver
eary addressea by Dr. J. It. T. Lathr. p
and F. L, Moore.
7:30 P.M. Uducational Anniversary,
addreaa by Dr. J. II. C.l..msn, IM-hop
Earl Cranaton presiding.
Monday, M, 8 :30
A.M. ll.l.,- t..
Fall and Winter 19021903
We arc 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
RED STAR STORE.
Front street, oppo Depot,
The suggestion that the ancient
Egyptian sphinx bo reproduced in St.
Louis for the World's Fair hns be. u
received by Mayor Rolla Wells from
Mrs. Bertie Cortland Longworth of
Paris, Franco. Mrs. Longworth is
sculptor and has made a plaster
model of tho sphinx after four years
of study, this being the only model iu
existence Tlio idea is to reproduce
tlio sphinx in cement, thus making
it more durable than stone. Mrs.
Longworth says tho sphinx is crumb
ling, owing to tho bringing of ruins
into Egypt as tho result of tho exten
sion of irrigation.
Sept. 2S-30 Oregon conference of the
M. E. church at Grants I'jikh.
uct. i, wetinesiiay i.eorgia jiartier
Co. rendering tho Lyric Queen at
the Opera house.
Oct. 2, Thursday Georgia, Hart r
Co. in Little Duchess lit the Ojiera
Oct. 8, Friday Georgia Ilitrtier Co.
In "Way Buck East" at Opera
Oct, 8 Gorton's Minstrels at Opera
Oct. 8-1H Synod of Oregon meets iu
Tlio Hill O'Mera Construction Co.
were tho lowest bidders on the Palace
of Mines and Metallurgy for the
World's Fair, their bid living f .":i:i, (XXI.
This is fill, 000 above thoitppropriatiou.
Alterations will lie made to bring it
wlthiu the estimate. Tlio building
covers nine acres.
arriving Daily in all
Ladies', Misses)' and Children's Jackets and Long Coats.
WINTER WAISTS, Ol'l-ItA SHAWLS,
Wo have many new nove
Department. We invite yon
Shoes niHl.Furnishing Goods
Ol'THKUN OREGON NORM VU
The Southern Oregon Slate Normal
hool is making thorough prepar
ations for the coming year's work,
The buildings are being remodeled
Old rcwircd, and extensive additions
to the chemical and phvsieal do-
artuieiils ate being made. The facul
ty is composed of strung teachers
onsei-rateil to the work, ami each de
partment is in the hands of a special
ist. A year's course ill Ijitii: and in
Economics has Ueii added to further
prejiare teachers for hih siIiooImoiK.
The training department will be es-
pvi ially strong. A man of splendid
location and wide experience will
Ik at the In ad of this department.
Much attention will be given to oi.i-
'iv, and athletics will be made
prominent. 1 he citi.eiis of Ashland
have guaranti ed some f'.VHi us prizes
for excellence in these lines. The t'ity
Library of 2000 well select, d volumes
is thrown n to students of the ill
stitutiou. Board and lodging can li'
hud at from f'.'.eO )i r week to $l.in.
Climate healthv. Course of study
practical and exhaustive. Korean
loguo of announcements w rile It. l
Mulkev, president, or ClitToid
Thomas, secretary, Ashland, Oregon
HOME FOR SALE.
If you want a splendid home- gm d.
large house and two acres of land ill
the city call on A. K. Yoorhies.
This place w ill be sold Immediately
If you want a place elieup.lon't delay.
"The Little Duchess" will U.
aeuleil by Miu Georgia llarnr
A few biugaius in bicycles at Cram
W. E. Dean, Propr. 3
Hop picking is a thing of tho past.)
i tlio ilderville school is progress-
1 ing nicely.
Iter. Mr. Rogers is in Grunt) Pass
this week to attend conference.
Mr. J. W. McCollum has been on
the sick list for tho jKt two weeks.
Horn Sept. 20th, to Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Lindsay an eight pound boy.
Rev. Mr. Bummervillo preached an
interesting sermon Sunday evening to
a small assembly.
Ilnsli McCIung is visiting with his
brother Sum of Wilderville. Hush
has been in California for several
Rev. Georgi lioxey preached in the
Wildervilhi church Hnnd.iv ninriiimr
at II a. m. He is a brother of June
Hoxey and Mrs. H. I). Jones of
There will be no Sunday school or
League meeting Sept. '.'H, on account
of confereiiee iu GrantH Pass. Most
of the Sunday school teachers will
Mr. Whipp of Ashland and another
gentleman from that place were camp
ing near little Chancy creek a few
days to look urouud the n.arblo caves
-.- . .
Sir Richard Poynter, president of
the Society of Art in England, reputed
to be tho highest English authority on
art, has been appointed commissioner
in charge tif the British Art Exhibit
for the World's F'air.
ties in our Dress Onodg
eome in and look them
Harvest Festival at the Salvation
Ariuv, Saturdav, September Sltlt, to
Tuesday So tember .'lOth. Meetings
Mill be conducted as follow.it
Sal unlay, Sept. at S p. m. ice
cream and cake baiuiiet.
Sunday, Sept. '." at II o'clock and 8
p. ni. Harvest Home.
Monday, Sept. '.". at S p. m. grand
junior entei tainment.
Tuesday, September :I0 III S p. 111.
public sale of oods
(tood of alt kinds are tanicstly
ri iUesl. d
t 'iipl.-i ii and Mrs. t 'lar'.i in cotnuuiml.
P. o ;,. :.:i ilr.iuis I'.t.ss, Ore
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Ye, we sell I'onvlain ware. Not
cheap granite Call and co the differ
eiuv. J. Wolku.
JOSEPHINE'S QUARTZ MINES.
This summer has wituessitd a de
cided increase in tho interest taken
by miners in tho development of
quartz veins in Southern Oregon.
For many years past Southern Oregon
has had tho reputation of being a
great placer mining region, but the
quartz ledges havo been overlooked
and neglected. The reasons for this
are obvious. "A bird in tho hand is
worth two in tho bush," according to
the old-time adage, and this is as
true of mining as anything else.
Miners did not have the inclination to
develop and work quartz veins when
thero wero pleuty of placer beds iu
which tho pure article could be
gathered up with little trouble.
Since all of the placer fields are
prcttv well all taken up, mining men
am turning their attention to the
ledges of the surrounding mountains
the ledges that have been beyond
doubt the feeders for tho placer beds
of the channels and streams. In the
development of quartz veins capital
is an essential factor. The lack of
this has held the quartz veins of
Southern Oregon back for a long
Recently capital hns been induced
to try a hand at some of the Southern
Oregon quartz propositions and as a
result some excellent and well-paying
mines have been brought to the front.
This past summer several new mines
havo been ojiened up and all are mak
lug a good showing. Among the new
mines is tho Eureka, of the Soldier
creek district. A few years ago this
mine was but a hole iu the ground.
over which the discoverer was sitting
uight and day awaiting the fancy
price lm had pot on the property.
Ho absolutely demanded the price of
a mine for what was nothing but u
prospect. A company of Eureka
Cul., people finally gave him his price
and opened np the b ilge. It piovcd
to bo a good thing. This year a com
piiny of Sun Francisco men, known as
the Oregon- California Gold Field
Coinimny, bought tho Eureka and
equipped it with an up-to-dute plant.
A ten-stump mill was put in and
started up. The minu is a dividend
payer and is looking better every day
It is opened to a depth of !".() feet.
The ledge has a width of eight feet
and the values run from f 18 to i2'i per
ton in sulphurcts and free gold.
The Greenback mine, of the Grave
creek district, a few miles north of
this city, was oisned up three years
ago. It is tho property of a Denver,
Colo, company, known as the Green
back Gold Mining Coniiuiny. This
summer the company etimo to the con
elusion that the initio was not being
worked on as big a scale as it should
bo. Consequently some iiujiortiiiit
changed uro being made. Twenty
stamps aro being added to the mill,
which has been running with a but
tery of fifteen stamps. Aside from
this a number of other changes aro be
nig mane at mo urccntiacK. Hew en
gines, boilers, concentrators, hoists,
an electric plant, cyanide plant, com
pressors and drills are being put in
and the mine put in shape to do more
than double the amount of work.
This mine is tupped to a depth of
over TOO feet by tunnels und drifts,
Above this level there, uro f 1,000,000
in sight. This is in ore that will run
from $!," to $15 per ton.
Tho Gold Bug mine of the Mount
Reuben district, iu the northern tmrt
of Josephine county, is another
Southern Oreogn quart, proisrtv
that has been weighed ill the balhuice
and has not been found wanting. It
belongs to Senator Jones and a few
other prominent miners of the Slate
of Nevada. Senator Jones took hold
of the Gold Bug kind of dubiously a
few years ago, but it has proved to
lie one of the best things the Senator
has ever done aside from running
for Congress. The five-stump has
Isen found too small - and at the
present time the plant, and equipment
are being increased throughout. A
new cyanide plant, electric lighting
plant, engines, boilers, compressors
drills and a lot of oilier machiiierv
will be among the new features that
will bo added to the Gold Bug, mak
ing it more than twice us big a mine
as it is at the piiMin; time. The main
shaft of this prtqwrly goes down to
the IS.'iO foot level. Devcbipiiii ut has
proceeded by three long tuiim ls and a
number of drifts. A vast body of high
grade ore has Wen uncovered. The
ledges have a width of from four to
six feet, and the values will ruu from
IM to flO per ton.
The Alameda Mining Company of
Portland has purchased the Big Yank
ledg of Gal ice district, ami will give
Ibis great prohisition the developnu lit
that it lias waited for these years. In
the language of Maty Mcl.ane, the
llig Yank "is n daisy." It was too
big for the average Oregonian to touch
a great lode, ranging fiom It'll to
:IH0 feet in width, ami miles Iu lengih
an enormous proposition Ihat tmi-t
needs be handled on a big scale. Tin
values of the ledge are not high; .In
will run from tf 10 to JIT per ten. Will
a full r, alijttiou of this, the Alamctb
Company has taken, hold of the Big
Vank and is determined to n'ii it tip
and make a big mine of it. Tin u-and-of
feet of tunnels an 1 drifts are In bi
r.in, work on whVh has already L. tun.
When this is done a stamp mill of ."ill
or more stamps w ill be put in, then
the Big Yank will be a mine.
Buckeye Washing Machine, guaran.
teed to give satisfaction. Price fS.OC
at Cramer Bros.
Mrs. Win. Ijtws soiit a few days
last week with her niece, Mrs.
I.itchciilx rg. at Wolf Creek.
Henry Brier has rented his farm to
a Mr. Pierce and w ill sivu move to
Grants IVss for the winter.
Fruit drying has leeu greatly de
layed on account of the slow ripening.
Iruno picking w ill probably begin
next Monday, which is nKuit two
weeks later than the usual date. The
yield of fruit is alvve the uvi rage
and ol good quality.
Work oil the new church building is
progressing; uioely. The carpenter
have just finished the roofing.
The team of Ransom Carter, w ho
lives nUuit twelve niilca up Evans
creek, furnished considerable tx ite-
nietit in Woodville hist Friday.
They had been driven up to the dejKit
with a load of fruit and an engine
switching near by frightened them
so badly that they ran away and scat
tered the load all over the strees. No
persons wero injured although several
had very narrow escai.es.
Mcfsrs. Lowell and Hutchinson have
been showing tho Stevens quartz
mine on Mt. Fielder to California
capitalists this week. This mine is
one of tho most promising in tins
section and it is expected that a wile
will be made.
from fll up at
We hear of some new strikes in the
mines on nppcr Grave creek.
Jim Tobler is developing his quartz
property which is showing up fine.
Mrs. Wilson has gone east to visit
relatives expecting to return bi fi re
9 We uro sorry to report that J. W.
(Joff is getting wcaktr; he is quit'
an old man and his n covi ry is very
Ed Wallace, our mail stage driver,
has dressed his hoises np in nice
shape with u new harness. Ed b
doing a good business in the stage
Rid Culp, while hauling railrcnd
wood, let a big stick fall on one if
his toes und broke it. We think he
had bettor keep his feet away from
Wo have no empty buildings; nil of
our bu ildiugs ure occupied. Wo do
not want to niuke a slit -w of a large
number i f luildings but business is
w hat we tiro after.
We are having line fall wiather,
good for working. Last weik we had
a light rain that chared the atmos
phere of smoke and now Oregon is
itself again. Wo would like more
rain so the farmers could begin plow
ing. Grass is beginning to grow and
the fanners are busy gathering in
th'jir cro; h.
Capitalists from the east are look
ing up the quartz mines on Mt. lit ti-
beu with a view to buying. They
nave plenty or money nt their com
mand mid a good deal is being ex
js'iidcd on lower Grave creek for
ditching as the parties have a largi
amount of placer ground to work.
Wo are selling a large amount ol
goods; our shipments to the mini s tin
large as we sell goods ns cheap as the
cheaiM'st. To see the big freight iis
well as pack trains hauling freight
from this town would sunrise olhei
towns of larger size.
Mr. Frank Megee has rcl timed from
the upjrr Applogate where he went
to look after his interests in his ciqi-
l r ledge. He bonded his property to
capitalists. The sale w ill be consum
mated without a doubt as Ihe ledge is
showing up iu good shape. He re
ports lively times ill that vicinity.
Good times tiro here; money' is
plentiful and the health of the people
is generally good. Wide Awake.
The man too poor or too mean for
The Salvation Army to help has prob
ably not yet been born. Is there any
where a man too poor or too mean to
help The Army iu its approaching
We offer fltX) Reward for auv case
of Catarrh that cannot b cured bv
Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. I'heneV
iV Co.. Toledo. Ohio W... Hi.. i,n.l..r.
signed have known F. J. Cheney fur
the last 1.1 years, and believe him
IsTfectly honorable in all business
transactions - and financially able to
carry out any obligations made bv
their firm. West it Tniax, Whole.
-aU' Druggists, Toledo, o. Walding,
Kitiuau ,V- Miirvin. Wliiil,...),, h,
gists, Toledo, O.
Halls ( 'atarrli Ciiri. is li.L-.ti in,. ...
na!ly, lu ting directly upon the li,:ud
inn mucous surlaees of I lc svstem.
Price, 7.-,o ih r bottle. SnM In- .ill
Druggists. 'Testimonials free.
Hall s T-anuly Pills are the h, st.
IT IS l"P TO THE DOCTOR.
A lady wrote us a few Wiels ago
from Winchester, a., that the had
been under a doctor's rare for -t years
for dyspepsia, the pain si i mod to
center under her left shoulder plado,
and was so si vere at times that sin
I'onhl neither i at nor slei p. She had
lost faith in her home doetor, and
iski d us to send us samples of our Dr.
Ounn's improved Liver Pills which
hail been reeommeiiiiiil to her. We
sent her two ills. In a few days
she sent for a box. Now she writes
that the pain unibT shoulder has left
her i lit irely, she en joys her mi a Is :md
never sleeps less than S hours everv
night., and this has all come ah. ut
two weeks, and cost her ."Hie. for
two boxes of pills. S:;vs the doctor
iarp-il lier f.iil.m and that she told
him he bad better lake the $."0.Oi an
invest it all in Dr. Ounn's linpn veil
I. her Pills audb uild np his praet
We have not nee-.ved the Doctor's
o-der vet but ,'IIIV one hnvine. tlv- pep.
-ia, billons spells or .ick-biailaclu
-'in get a sriedy euro bv the use of
tin se pills, l'or sale bv W. P. Krenn r.
A MAMMOTH EX 111 I IT.
The 1'i.ited S'atis Government
I'oird. having in charge the G..v. rn
lllelll exhibit for Ihe World's l';,ir,
xv iil no -t at St. I.nuis on the :.m!i if
S ptimbir to look ovi r the gioi.tnl
ami note the pr.-gt ..f Fx csit t-n
work. The t leveriin , ni bi:P. ing
will entail IV, no siieire t . -, t of
Mis r s ace and the funds avi'abV fnr
Saddle nd Pack Horses In RcaJi-
nc on Short Notice,
Selma Feed Stable and
The Selma Grocery
W. J Smith Propr.
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Boots, and Shoes
the work of collecting, instalLn?,
suis rinteuding and returning exhibits
amount to sn0,0on, besides 10. 000 for
the Indian exhibit and nl fw the'
life-saving station and daily exhibi
tions. The committee on allotment
has piveu i"0,000 to the Treasury de
partment and 12,000 square feet of
spai.-o in the main building for the de
Irtment exhibit. The life-saving
exhibit will have a separate building.
The exhibit of the public health and
mrine hospital will require 4,000
square feet of floor space and f 13,000
for its preparation. This exhibit will
include a hospital ward, operating
room, etc., with all the most modem
appliances and t-nrgical instruments.
The Lighthouse Board will erect
near the life-saving station a complete
lighthouse, fully iquipid with the
most modem lenses and fog signals.
New models will be exhibited of sev
eral of the most important lighlhcuMs
of the country.
The United States Mint exhibit will
illustrate the process of coining Vnited
States money, with the exception of
the melting of the metal, ny operating
rolling machines, coining press, etc.
This exhibit w ill also embrace a dis
play of coins of all nations and the
varic us mt da's prepared lit the mint.
The Bureau of Engraving and Print
ing will show, so far as can be done
legally, the method followed iu print
ing Vnited States notes und postage
The Coast und Geodetic Survey will
have an exhaustive exhibit, compris
ing instruments and articles not here
tofore i xhibited. The new National
Bureau of Standards w ill have an ex
hibit illustrating the jicrfnrnuinoe of
some of ils most important functions.
The olTice of the Treasurer of the
United Statis will show the process
observi d in reih iming and cancelling
United Stales securities. The Seer. -tary's
oHice ami the officii of the Reg
istrar of the United States will bine
large exhibits of United States secur
ities, old lc ikv-rs, journals,' etc.,
which will be found very interesting
and instructive. The revenue cutter
service and the stiaiuboat inspection
service, which ni vt r before have been
r-priscniid at any exposition, will
have complete and interesting ex
hibits. The Department of Labor
williypend ?i.'i,tii)0 umn its exhibit.
The exhibit of stumps by the Post
oflice Department will be cue of (he
mcst interesting collections ever
placid on exhibition. It will em
brace types of all the stamps used by
the Government since the postal sys
tem was i ,-tablishi d.
The various departments tiro repre
sented upon the Board as follows;
Department of Agriculture, J. II.
Brighani, Chairman ; Department of
Justice, Major Frank Strong ; Treasury
Department, Wallace H. Hills; Labor
Department, G. W. W. Hanger; Post -oflice
Department, J. B. Browtilow;
U. S. Fish Commission, Professor W.
DeC. Ravenel ; Di partmont of the
lilt crior, Kdward M. Dawson ; Bureau
of American Republics, William 0.
Fox; Department of State, William
H. Michael; Navy Department, H.
Peters; War 1). iia.-tineiit, J. C. Scho
Held; Smithsonian Institution, Dr.
W. True; Supervising Architect,
James Knox Taylor.
ROCK MEN WANTED.
Good rock men wiintid at ?1.7."i to
-.00 per day. Board ,:',.: pi r week.
Call or address D. E. Morris,
Browusbt.ro, Jai k.-i n Co., Ore.
The fisherman, the sailor, the
y.ichtsman and everybody, is lhb
to sudden attacks of disease.
i i : n it v iavim)
Acts like magic for cholera, cramps,
sudden colds, or chills from ex
posure; Take no substitute. Price 2;e. 50c.
SJi M L "lO
11 1 .r
Rogue River Courier
Gri:.ts Fjss. Crcpcii.
Hav. Groin ixnd Millfced
of all Kinds.
TOPROU N D-S3.50-SH 0 ES.
The TOI'llOtlND SHOE is oiled between outoole and innole jt,
mix'urb of ((round cork and rubber which acts as a cushion for the WeJ
er's toot, keeps ont nioistuie and preieute siiueakinif.
Gentlemen! Wear only Topround $3,50 Shoe, made from While',
Crown Calf. Wears better, keeps ite polish better; in fact, the best 8ho
made in the world lor the price.
Welch's Clothing Store,
Opera House Block.
Grants Pass, - Oregon.
Be Ready When 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 Books fop language exercises.
Thomas' and Satiford's Inks.
A11 of the Required SCHOOL BOOKS.
Slower Drug Company.
The accurate compounding of prescriptions trom pure in
gredients is our stronghold.
-1 --5r--i : -y-W''
G. P. Pharmacy ad
W F. KREMER. Propr,
Bicycles, Cutis, Losks, Umbrellas,
fishing Ronls, Scales, Talking Ma
chines, Sowing Machines, Type
Writers, Cash Resistors, IcoOroam
Freezers, Lawn Mowers, Pumps,
Bahy Carriages, Grind Knives, Scis
sors and Axes, tlo lalho work and
sl '"-'p.ii r.ufja.nng
cms A fv.i "I SUHDMU. TALMUD MA.
CHIHS AM J RECORDS, FISHlHO TACK1 F
POCKET HfflVES f.NO HAZO-IS
The ,c, , , WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON tj
alwa! c where the reasoa i.
Sbt ",;t, :C " bookWin?
TQ &iE is where taSi of
EI been educated for succe. h I
P. ARMSTRONG, LL. D., PRINCIPAL
'"02 OPEN.sc ANNOUNCEMEMT. 1902.
t'el'nteo'f Mi-.i;.' "ll,,t!Z'UwT
Coderf ,.ia,(j;v s..',''
-I Art, N,p!pLr
Cull.se uf Tli,liVy, Se
Tuition rates reason I I
IWd nd room C,iilogue ,en, on application.
room M Boirding Ha.ll, $y0 per week.
Hr ne,k , .,. , ,, , u ...
$1 tfi per week.
John II. Cole
If your face can be brought to lifs i
und admiration by tho uso of our
fanioiM cosmetics uud beitutificra.
Our face powder, cold cream nud 8ne
routes maUo the skin liavo the soft,
velvety appearance Huch as Madame '
Hccauiicr wan famous for, and cannot
injure the nkin, ax they coutainno
National Drag Store.
Sor""1 "''I''-nent, September 1.
J'iuratory I.pt., September !
lie of Uiti..ii. ll..lr.bMr 1.
C'olhue ol Uw, Ociob.r6.
'' m Ihe city for 50 lo H-W
- m can boatd thempelves for even
cinan, President, Salem, Oregon.