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Fine Cooking apples, Orange Cling and Sahvay Teaches, Grapes,
Casabas, Nutmeg and Water Melons, Etc.
Ju:-t Arrived Smoked Salmon, Salt Salmon, Spiced Herring.
Wliits House Grocery,
Opposite he P. O
Therefore it is the cheapest, nml if you need'
a powder for blasting banks, stumps, etc., you
just what you
ODD FELLOWS BLOCK.
PATTONS SUN I'ltOOK PAINT.
Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.
All the new styles in Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed Hats that
will please in Style and Price.
Do not miss seeing them. Finer line than ever before in Child
ren's Hats and Tarns.
A Full line of the new ideal patterns, ioc; when sent by mail i ic
Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf.
Now Idea 10c Paper "'"-n
Goming ! Qorning !
Commencing' Oct. 1st
Miss Georyia Harper
And Her Excellent Company
Will Present for Opening Hill
H. C. Bobzien, Propr.
want. Wo keep
OAR LAND STOVES.
will need good tackle. Oar stock of
Flii'S, Spoons, Lines, Reels biuI Rods
is complete ami wo m il the best that
can uo procured, i' isiiormcn using
our tackle lire Hiiro to get good rcjwrts
from tl other end of the line.
AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND.,
35c and: :50c.
hoiitlquarlel H forCanelH, X.iiiolu,H, 3rt t 1Kh i...I 1
S. E. Duoonimon visited the Pass
Chas. Smythe spent Sunday and
Monday in Ashland.
Fred Smith returned Saturday from
his vacation spent with his brother
Miss Ilattie Cook returned from
Portland Sunday after spending
several weeks with her sister Mrs.
Mrs, C. W. Borchert returned to her
home at Sacramento, Tuesday, after
a visit with her mother Mrs. F. E.
Werta and othor friends.
Alex Mitchell returned from Coles-
tin last week much improved in
health but he will still havo to re
main inactive for a time yet.
J. C. Joues, a former resident of
Grants Pass but now of Yreka, Calif.,
is in the city visiting old friends.
Mr. Jones is mining near Yreka.
. nan 01 wastiiugton, u. u., a
chief in the forestry department spent
last Wednesday in the citv, the
enestxof Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cords.
Mr. Hull is nuking a tour of the
west in tne interest of the Forestry
Mrs. L. C. Dodge, Mrs. Geo.
Dodge and daughter Miss Mabel left
for their home in San Rafael, Satur
day. Mrs. L. C. Dodge has 6eiit
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. N.
P. Dodge while Mrs. Geo. Dodgo uud
daughter stopped hero but a few days
on their return from spending the
summer in ermont.
LINDSEY At Wilderville. Satur-
day, September 20, 1002, to Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Lindsey, a sou.
In Grants Pass, Ore., Sept. ISth. 1!02,
Mrs. Win. L. Ridley in her 75th
Mrs. Ridley was born In South
Thomastou, Maine, July 18th, 1 828.
She married William Ridley in 18-17.
Hie husband, with two sons now liv
ing in Seattle, Wash., and one daugh
ter, Mrs. H. A. Corliss of this city,
mourn their loss in tho dejiarturo of
tins loving wife and mother.
Mrs. Ridley was converted to Christ
when 2'J years of ago, in tho year
1837, and united with the Baptsit
Church with which she maintained
her connection until her death.
I uneral services were held Friday
afternoon from the home of Mrs. 1L
A Corliss and were conducted by Dr.
Leslio of the Baptist church.
WETHERILL At her homo near Ker
bv, Wednesday, Septomlier 10, 1002,
Mrs. Rebecca Werherill, wife of
Alexander Wetherill, aged 81 years.
FROM MISS LUCIE GEORGE.
Miss Lucio M. George, who, through
her untiring effort in behalf of the
Courier, won tho freo scholarship in
tho Southern Oregon Normal last year,
writes tho following interesting let tor
regardiug tho Normal this year, the
fall term of which has just opened.
"Iwrito simply to tell you about
Our School The 8. O. S. N. S. '
Well, we'll aay the 'Banner School. '
If it is not now as good as any in the
state, it is simply because the build
ing is not as completo as it should be.
The attendance is greater than ever
before at owning of school, and if it
gets much larger wo will need a new
Ashland citizens aro very enthusiastic-
and are doing much toward mak
ing it a fine school.
Many improvements huve beeu made
and old students would hardly recog
nize tho place. Tho young ladies'
dormitory had to bo enlarged.
The teachers tire all new ones except
Prof. W. T. Van Seoy, but we could
not And a better corps of teachers
from all apis-araiices. Good begin
ning any way. Anything 'well be
gun is half done. '
Our new president, B. F.Mulkey, is
little but ho is here, there and every
where. The new scicuen instructor is
said to be a strong teacher.
Tho old students miss the old
teachers, esjKeially Prof. Yining,
ono who has been a member since the
oiiiiinug or the school ami the best
friend fine of the best friends the
students ever found.
It seems good to have Mr. Van Scov
kick again ; he is so delighted over it
that bis eyes fairly beam with joy.
I he new elocution teacher is a very
sweet lady, but I have only one study
in her room and do not know hi r very
well. Some of the other teachers
hardly know as yet.
Prof- Wnrde, the critic in training
school can not be beaten. He is a line.
large man and a natural tiacher. The
difference in tlmt part of the Normal
in last year's work can be plainly m en
by any one. His room Is all clock
work. We seniors have to teach
under his susr ision. lie is tine
though, and it is a pleasure to teach
with him. If vou meet any young
people who are. interest) d, to nil them
We are settled hi re and Agnes has it
Ijsition at Ilobbs & Duels new store
and as she wants to attend school she
will woik only a half day as tin-
studies she wishes to take all come in
Luciu M. George,
Sl.'ItK LIKE FOR PILES.
Itching I'llet produce moisture and
rau.-i itching. I Iii4 form, as we!l an
Blind, Kit-eding or Protruding Piles are
Hired by Dr. (So-tan ko't J'ne Remedy.
Stops itching snd bleeding. Ahvnb
tumors. 50.: ajar at Druggist", or sent
by mail. Treatise (ree. Write me
about your ease. )r B wanko, Philads
i". tor sale by V. F. Kremer.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
Notice is hereby givm that for the
purpose of correcting all mistakes re
garding description, valuation and all
other mistakes In the V-xri ai- s.-ni. nt,
the Board of Equalization will meet
at the offlce of the county assessor on
Monday, October 13, I una and con
tipn for one week or until the aM
meut roll has been e rami Did, rectified
Assessor for Josephine Co.
Dated at Grants Pa, (.rre.
Sept. 12, UW2.
AH on Saving Money
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
5 6-Food Double Leaders
Flies, Best Quality, Two for
Clothes Pins, 40 for
Clothes Lines, 50-ft
Copper Bottom Wash Boilers
Express Wagons, 12x24
Six Lovely Glasses
Six " Tumblers
Woolen Dress Goods
panics suues ai u uig cut, oeiow cost as ioiiows: f 2.35, now
$1.84; $1.10 now 90c; $135, now fi.
$1.42; $1.70, now $1.32; $1.20, now
Just received a big line of fall goods Boots and Shoes,
QHIQ7LGO R71QKET STORE
Sehuu is not behind, in tho pro
gressive spirit that is taking hold
of tho west. Many new residences
are being erected and other improve
ments are being nmdo whilo W. ,J.
Smith, proprietor of tho Selma
Grocery, is putting up a new building
the first floor to bo used as a ware
room, while tho second floor will
be used as a public hall. Mr. Smith
will have a big ball when the hall is
A GOOD FIND.
E. C. IiurHicrt of Portland and his
brother J. J. Ilurlbert of Wisconsin,
have strnek what they consider a rich
find on Saxo creek near tho Joues pla
cer. L. Ij. Hullicrt had beeu down to
visit his homestead claim and the
brother was visiting. They started in
prospecting more as a novelty but they
soon came across somo rich ground
that yielded rich returns, a single pin
containing coarse gold to tho amount
of nearly $1.;0. The young men lost
110 time in locating the hind.
teacher is wanted for a three-
nlonths school lit District No. 4.
Waldo. Address, W. J. Wimer, Clerk.
HERE'S YOUR; CHANGE TO BUY
AN ORGAN FOR NOTHING.
Now, you may consider that an ab
surd statement, but it is nevertheless
a true one.
This is the proposition Wo have
some 0 organs that havo been used
but slight Jy. Nevertheless they huvo
been so thoroughly renovated by us as
to be to all intents and purposes new
You can secure one of these at greatly
reduced prices by paying only f:l or
10 down and or f t monthly until
paid for, mid best of all after yon
have had your organ for two years and
have learned to play, you chii return
it to us as part payment on uny piano
in our house you wish to purchase.
mil receive full credit for every cent
you have aid on it.
Now, is'nt that just a little bit more
Here is a partial list of our organs:
Ithiea :'.; Story & Clark, f-,1 ; New
England, Smith American Chacl,
; Fairand & Votey, If 18; Genuine
Starr, !!2 A. B. Chase. Smith
American, f.i'.',; Kimball, T:!'J; Kimball,
asgood as new f.'iti; Chicago Cottage,
good as new, :S; Chicago Cottage,
used six mouths, t-iit. Order one to-
Filers Piano House, !!.'il Washington
St., Portland, Oregon. Houses also at
San Francisco, Sncruiucuto and Spo
kane. , - FOR LOWER ROGUE.
A new ami light-draft gasoline boat
ol lil) tuns eauieily has Im'cu brought
down the coast from Portland and put
in service on the Lower Rogue. The
boat will be 0111 rated by the Rogue
River Packing it Navigation Com
pany, of which Captain K. B. Burnt
is manager. This company has be
come the rival of R. D. Hume', who
hash -en supreme oil the Lower Rogue
for a number of years past.' The
existence of rival companies then
will be of ben. lit to the dislrict in
the matter of iis development.
Tim Rogue River Packing .t Nava
gation Company owns extensive Ilsh
ing , mining ami mercantile interests
on th., Low.-r Rogue. They purchased
and developed the Mule Mini', situ
ated on the Rogue m ar the mouth of
the Illinois. The bouts put on the
river by the company trans)irt the
ore of the mine to (iold Bench where
it is tran-l'i rn-d to is-i an vessels. The
eomininy has Iwobi'als in service 011
the Rogue. Eil ' h of them will ply
between (iold Hi ach nod the moulhof
FORMER GRANTS PASS LAD.
W. T. Perkins, of Salem, 011 Monday
receivtd a difpatch from his son, Fn d
H. Perkins, saving that the latter had
succes.fully pissed all the examina
tions le c. ...ary for his admission to
the Naval Academy at Annailis.
Perkins is l.i years old, und m-eurcd
the apiointmi nt after a coiiijs-titive
examination at Salem two months ago.
POURING A THIRTY -SIX FOOT
Thomas A. Edison, the famous
electrician, iiine predicted that We
should some t'lme make a great mold
and ixmr a hous.- w ith liquid cement.
Appnochiiig that idea is the method
of making pillars at the World's Fair.
Gnat fluted pillar :x; feet high and
four and a half feet in diameter an
uow being made in a mold w t in
place, the liquid plaster being jsiured
in at the top. Ordinarily suchpil
lars are made in 21 pieces and set in
place, leaving many joints that have
to be can fully pointed. There will !
be 112 such columns on the Textiles !
30c now 25c
48c " 32c
10; $1.45, now $1.20: $i.qo, now
An Eastern Star brooch pin, white
enameled circle pendant with star in
center. Finder pleaso ruturu to Mrs,
J. P. Tuffs.
A Masouio pin ; owner describe pin
and jiay advertising charges. Inquire
of J. B. Paddock.
To my place about Sept. 1, one cow,
red, bell and uo bland, ear murk,
half crop, upper bit, in right car
split half crop in lift. Owner may
have same by paying for this ad and
damage. A. Meior, Winona, Ore.
The regular meeting of tho Grants
Pass council was held at the City Hall
last Thursday evening. There were
present Mayor Kromer and Council
men, Binns, Hough, Rehkopf, Herbert
Smith and Henry Schmidt.
Petition of D. II. Stovall, F. W.
Vim Dyke, W. H. Freed and others,
ussiug iH-rmiBsiou to tnilil a sewer
through the alley in block Four, from
Sixth to Fifth street, was granted.
W. F. Paddock was granted is-nnis-siou
to build a brick building 2"ix)0 ft.
one story high, oil G street lot 8 block
60 ud to remove- steel buildings uow
on lot back to bo connected with same.
Petition of J. Ij. Stewart ot ul for
extension of water main on F street
to Eighth street and place hydrant
on corner F and Eighth streets, laid
Tho street committee was author
ized to take such action as it might
deem necessary in regard to tho flume
at north end of (ltd street near Evelyn
The bid of Allen Hood to build a
bridge across Tuff creek on Hth street
and across Gilbert creek on E street
for BO cents jcr lineal foot, (the city
furnishing materials) was accepted,
payable by warrant out of the general
Tho street superintendent was
authorized to purchase 13 tiers of
wood for the city hall.
The city attorney was instructed to
draft 1111 ordinance assessing prnjierty
benefitted by tho lateral sewer
through blocks 23, '21 mid 25 original
townsite, for amount of cost of sewer
over the estimates.
The following bills were allowed :
W. F. Kremer, bed etc. for sick
man, f 1.00
W. F. Kremer, stationery, 7.25
Kinney & Truax, feed for city
S. P. D. & L. Co., lumber for
bridge, I II. 110 '
G. B. Bristow, labor on street, 5. UO.
Phil Butcher, labor on street, 1.()
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
I w ill pay fi reward to any Jhtsoii
who w ill find and bring to me a horse
colt which strayed from my range
about Sept. H, 11102. Colt was past
two years old; light gray color; mane
and tail trimmed: branded M on left
shoulder not very plainlv. Colt
broke to halter and very gentle.
C M. Swauson, Medford, Oregon.
Fruit pajs-r can bo had in small
quantities at tho Courier olllce.
Larger lots, from 000 piuud to ton
lots cuu bo secured oil short not ice.
I-ri avi) all orders at the Courier office.
V. S. COURT JURORS.
The drawing of names for the grand
jury of the United Slates Court, which
convenes in Portland Oi tuber 0. re.
suited in the drawing of O. M. Knox
of this county. W. F. Horn and T. Y.
Dean of this place mid ('has. Ladd of
Merlin, were drawn to serve as trial
NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE.
"I was treated for three years by
giswi diH-iors, writes w. A. (ii.-er,
MeCoiinellsville, (., "for Pili s and
Fistula, but when all failed, Buck-
leu s Arnica Salve cured me in two
weeks." Cures Burns. Bruises. Cuts.
Corns, Sores, Eruptions, Salt Rheum,
I'llese or no iwy. 2.'m at Kreun r's
A small, well selected stock of dry
goods, millinery and notions Invoic
ing ls-tweeii l2il and VM tot sale
at a bargain or will exchange for resi
dence pri:rty in Grants Pass.
Call ujion or address O. H. Brown.
Room 2 over Post Office.
The building known as the Downing
& Strickland Ware House for rent.
Enquire of T. J. Downing, Ashland,
FARM FOR HALE.
10 acres; 10 acres in finest fruit; WJ
acres under fciira and cultivation,
alfalfa and clover, water for irrlga-
1 iiou. viixju two siory am-inng etc
Address Box 11
I Woodville, Oregon.
,., i( r f
Go to Corun for Plumbing.
M. Clemens, Prescription Droggii
See Voorbies about Kodaks and Supplies
A splendid line of Royal Charter Oak
Ranges at Coron's.
Fountain Pens Waterman's Ideal
3.50 to fJ.OO at Cramer Bros.
Coming Miss Georgia Harper aiid
her excellent company, Oct. 1st, 2nd
A complete line ot the celebrated
Mitchell Buggies, Hacks and Wagons.
tlair-Ruldle Hardware Co.
Fino lino new buggies just received at
Tho"Littlo Duchess" will be pre
sented by tho Georgia Harper com
pany, October Snd.
Try Morris' Poultry Cure and Stock
food at F. II. Schmidts. No Cure-
No Pay. Freo Samples.
Curtis A Co. Watchmakers, and
Jewelers carry a complete stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. All
kinds of repairing done. All work
warranted. Odd Fellows' building.
Miss Weston has the reputation of
selling goods cheaper than any one
else this season is no exception.
Dr. Lowe will be in Grants Pass on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
October 0, 10 and 11. Have your eyes
attended to at ouco.
Professional and aiuatenr photog
raphers will bo able to find nearly
everything necessary for their use In
stock at A. E. Voorbies' Kodak Head
Fishing Tackle and Sporting goods at
How about crops? good? Well,
then, remember generously Tho Salva
tion Army Harvest Festival.
Now Is your time to buy best Wblto
Lead tit 1i cents. Pnro Linseed Oil,
85 cents A gal. at V, H. Schmidt's on
Married At tho residence of the
bride's mother, in Berkley, Calif., on
September 11, 1002, Mr. Ira Anderson
und Miss Lncinda Reunion. The
groom is the son of Mr. uud Mrs. R.
F. Anderson, of Medford, and the
bride Is the daughter of Mrs. T. G,
Kennies, formerly of Jacksonville.
Tho "Lyrio Queen" will bo pre
sented by the Georgia HansT com
pany, Octolier 1st.
Acorn Stoves at Cost at Wolks'i.
Blue Print Paper by the yard or roll
at the Courier olllco.
President Roosevelt's visit to St.
Lonis and the World's Fair grounds
on Octolier 1 und 3 will bo his first
since ho became president.
Tho Gospel meetings in the big
tent are, to continue over next Lord's
Day. Tho Stereopticon will bo used
on Wednesday and Friday evenings.
These services aro freo to all and a
profitable evening can be spent in lis
tening to the Word.
Rides in nil tho latest calibers at
Olwell Bros, havo been cx)HTimciit.
ing this season in shipping summer
apples to foreign markets. They ro
ceiitly shipHd one carload to Siberia
and two to Loudon. The variety was
the None Such and it is exiKcted that
very satisfactory returns will bo .re
ceived as this variety of fruit Is a very
good seller, provided, of course, that
the fruit reaches its destination in
good shape. Mail.
You can catch 10 lb trout with
flies and leaders sold by Cramer Bros.
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Judge Haumi convened the regular
September term of Josephine court
Monday morning. This being court
k there has been a goodly uumls-r
of people in town from all sections of
the county, as a result. The most Ill-
ten sting on the present ihsket was
that of State vs. Cal Grilliu for mur-
h-r of Edwin Johnson, his case was
alb d Monday morning but was Jsist-
poned till Thursday morning to give
the attorneys time to prepare their
The only criminal case deeied so
far was that of State vs. Geo. D.
fining for forgery, young was tried
V 111 silay ami found guilty. Ho w as
iced to two years service at the
ul in ry.
following is the gist of oases
'cd of thus far :
O. Bigelow, plaintiff vs.
Merrill, ib f. nib nt. dismissed.
Di.lhf Eismaii, vs. Josephine
Count v, dismissed.
M. W. E-py vs. Virginia Espy,
.1. A. Rehkopf, vs. Jos. Hill, dis
Slate of Oregon vs. Calvin (iriflln.
Information fihd by district attor
ney chaiglng ibfemlint with murder.
Trial w-t for Thursday the 2llh Inst.
Slain of On gnu vs. Geo. D, Young.
Information flhd by district attorney
churgiiig di b i. .1. nt w lib the crime of
forgery. 1 ii f. mh-nt pleads guilty and
w nlenc d to two years at niton
State of Oiogon vs. Win. I.einis-.
Information lib d by district attorney
charging the ih femleiit w ith crime of
assault and latliry. Di fi inlent pleads
guillvnnd w ill lie s nteiiced later.
C. W. Knowhs vs. A. W. Fox.
Judgment for plaint ill for (ii'-'J. III.
Interest and attorney fees.
Now is the time to paint your
house. Use Pulton's Hun I'nsjf i'uiut
sold only bv Cramer Bros.
CO. H ATTENIoN I
All mi nils rs of Co. II who were on
guard during ii.o fire of July II can
receive their checks at the Armory
on Monday evening after drilL All
equipment must Imi turned in before
i leeks will 1st delivered.
On Saturday Sept. 27th, the Library
w ill lsi o n in the aftemisin and
Hiep-afler during the winter months.
Mrs. T. I'. Judsoii, Secy.
Ni w stis k of Selby shot gun shells
in lilack and smokeless isiwders at
til liTlllH-SlOAO1-ptlJlttllllJ'pN TOAVOW tJLilJ
ft KupprnMimrr A Ca
MEN'S FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS
The program of moving pictures,
illustrated songs and lantern slides,
given by Evangelists Holmes and
W'obb in the Big Tent a few evenings
ago was received so favorably that
they have arranged to give another
entertainment next Monday night
More thiin t-'.O worth of new moving
pictures and highly colored slides
will bo used. Miss Carrie White
will sing "The Holy City,"
and Prof, and Mrs. Young will sing
"The Ninety and Nino," "Hello
Central, Give Mu Heaven" and "Mid
The Green Fields of Virigtiia, all of
which will bo highly illustrated.
Miss Carrlo Whito and Miss Clee
Lucus will also sing a duet.
Ask some one who attended before
if they did not like tho program, and
then come to the tent next Monday
evening to hear a bettor ono. Seventy-
five adult's and seventy-five children's
tickets will bo sold at 10c and 20u but
after Friday night it will cost 15c
and 25o to secure tickets. Seo Prof.
Webb or Evangelist Holmes at ouco
beforo the siclul tickets aro all sold.
On next Hundiiy, Sept. 2Stli, Bethany
Presbyterian Sunday school will have
social exercises at 10 a. in. to observe
Rally Day. It is the wish of teachers
and officers that every incmlsT of the
school will lie present. Visitors and
strangers will be very welcome, and
jsirents are most cordially invited to
coinii. lieo. Cramer, Sunt.
THE PRESIDENT'S OPINION OK
Wu print below President Roose
velt's letter to the H. 8. Times, giv
ing his endorsement of Rally Day in
tho Sunday schools:
Oyster Bay, N. Y.,
Sept. 8, 1003.
My dear Mr. Trumbull:
Your note of recent date has been
brought to my attention. I am g hid
to learu of tho sis cial Rally Day of
the American Sunday sehisil workers
to bo held in the near future for the
piirjsiso of outlining the winter's
campaign in Bible study ami character
Every effort looking to improve
ment in methods for Bible study and
instruction should of course ho most
earnestly supirtcd. The Sunday
school workers are entitled to the
hearty snpport of all well-wishers to
the nation. Very sincerely yours,
Kansas oxs-cts to ho the first state
to erect a building on tho World's
Fair grounds. It. will bo entirely of
Kansas materials, costing, besides the
ibiiiatioiis, f.l0,fXK to 15,000. The
commission will ask Die legislature
for an appropriation of 150,000 lu
addition to the (75.000 already appro
priated. FIRE IN THE NEWCASTLE.
A bla xi in tho Newcastle, a large
rooming house in Portland, caused the
losa of alsiut I7, 000 and the Jiersonal
effects of nearly 50 of tho occujiants
were a total loss. Miss Belle Robin
son is numbered among those who lost
personal effects and also Miss Cora
Tho Newcastle Is a three story
building and the entire top floor was
burned but the lower stores were sav
ed by bard work ; they were, however,
flooded with water.
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Now is the time to
aro not broken the
Remembor, we are
showing only the
Cannot got oat of
shape, sag, wrinkle
or break along the
coat front, and the
collar and lapels are
so fashioned that they
can' t got out of place
A shapely coat
H. Harth & Son.
Miss Georgia Harper and bur ex
cellent company, at the Opera House,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
October 1st, 2nd and SJrd.
Good, sound, 10-ycar old horse,
weighing about 1100 pouudB, for sale
for f.15. Iiinnlro D. It. Clnpsattle,
I street, next to Trtmblo & Cook's
A force pump ami cylinder with
Ul) feet of X-iueh galvanised pipe for
salu. Address.Wm Bogg, Grants Pass.
Thero isn't a household lu this
community so poor that it can't, if it
will, help The Salvation Army in its
Harvest Festlvul to help a thousand
households infinitely poorer I
A uent cottage of six rooms, pantry,
bath hot and cold water. On Sixth
street ; enquire at this office. Address
box 300, Grunts Pass, Ore.
Th aa wilrprt.rl,aMiI la iha
l. Uil. le.ui li-, t.i m.t.ruls and
wu rrnnl.-il tvitli-ri ronl. Iu4 U ilaij
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first Semester, Session 1903-3
ojs'ns Wednesday, September 17th.
The following Schools und Colleges
are comprised lu tho University.
Gmduato School Collego of Litera
ture, Science and Arts College of
Soleuco uud Engineering University
Academy School of Music School
of Medicine School of Law.
Tuition free, excepting lu Schools
of Law, Medicine mid Music.
(Incidental fee (10.00, Student
Body tax (3.50 jut year. )
Cost of living from (100. to (300.
University School of Musio Irving
M. Glen, A. M. Dean; Piano Mrs.
Roso Midgley Ilollenbeek, (Joseffy,
Gortatowski, Schwureuska) ; Piano
Mr. Arthur Louis Frazer, (Five years
with W. G. Nash); Voice Miss Eva
Stiusoii, (King Conservatory Trebolli
Music School)', Violin Mrs. John
L. PlM'S,(Spitzncr,Splcring) Theory
Miss Eva Stiusou, Mrs. Rose Midgley
Terms furnished on application to
Registrar of the Univer
. sitj Eugene.
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