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2 GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1902.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY (. FFICERS.
Judge J. O. Hooth
Commoner, j. "lJ25
Clerk R. L. llartletl
Deputy Clerk T. P. Juiison
Sheriff Geo. W- Uwu
Deputy (sheriff Ernest Lister
Treasurer J. T. Taylor
tk'hool Bupt Lincoln Savage
Assessor Cbas. Crow
Surveyor H. C. Perkins
Coroner W. V. Kreiuer
Mayor W. F. Kremer
Auditor and Police Judge R. L. Davis
Treasurer Col. W. Johnson
City Attorney C. E. May bee
Marshal John Lorkhardt
Street Supt. John Patrick
Councilmen (ieo. H. Binns
A. C. Huugh, J. H. William. ('.
E. Harmon J. A. Rehkopf, Will C.
Smith, Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt
Grants Psss I,odire A. V. A A. M., No. 84.
regular communication first and third
Saturdays. Visiting brothers eordially
invited. H. C. Uosizss, W. M.
A. J. I'mt, Sec'y.
Royal Arch Masons--Realties Chapter No.
38 meets second and fourth Wednesday
Masonic bull. L. I,. Jew ill,
J. E. Petehsoh, Secy. 11. P.
Eastern Star Josephine Chapter, No. 2u
meets first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in Masonic
hall. Mas. H. Zollkr.
Mas. Aim M. Holhaic, W. M.
t. O. O. F., Golden Rule Lodge No. 78,
meets every Saturday night at 1. O. O.
F. ball. C. 11. Makhll.
T. Y. Diss, Secy. N. O.
Paran Encampment I. O. O. F. No.
meets second and fourth Thursday at
I. O. t. F. hall, Fbkd Schmidt,
T. Y. Deam, Sec'y. C. P.
Rebekahs Etna Rehekah, No. 4'.), meets
second and fourth Monday, I. O. O. F.
hall. Essie Haktuah, N.U.
Mas. J. H. Dikibon, Secy.
United Artisans-Grants Pass Assembly
No. 4. meets alternate Tuesdays in
A. O. II. W. bail. F. E. Wektse,
Fbed Miihu, . Master Artisan,
Woodmen of the World-Rogue River
Camp No. !W, meets second and fourth
Fridays at Woodman Hall.
H. V. Meade.
C. E. Maybie, Consul Commander.
Women of Woodcraft Aialea Circle, No.
183, meets first and third Mondays at
ESTELLA BeBBY, N. U.
W. E. Deas. Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of America Grants Pass
Camp No. 8007 meets 3nd and 4th Wednes
day Evenings at Woodmen hall at 7:30.
Chs. II. Marshall, V. C.
N. Remolds, Clerk.
Foresters of America Court Josephine
No. 28, meets each Wednesday except
the hrst, ai A. O. U. W. hall.
J. P. Hale, C. R.
G. N Bolt, F. S.
Josephine Lodge, No. 112, A. O. U. W.
meels in A. O. I,'. W.hall, blxon build
ing every Monday evening.
J. II. Mhade, M. W.
B A. tTAKABii, Recorder.
Hswtho-ne Lodge, No. 21, D. of 11.. A. O.
U. W. meets every alternate Tuesday
evening in A. O U. W. Iiall, Dixon
buildiiK. Mbs. A. MmJa.tiiv.
Mas. Lyuia Dean, C. oi H.
KnLhls of the Maccabees tlrants Pas
lent. No. kl meets lirt and d
Tnursluys at Woodmen hu'l.
Win. Allred, D. Siovai.l,
Record Keeper. Commander.
Ladies of the Mai-caures-tJrani Pass,
Hive No IS holds regular "lieviews"
lirst and third Thursdays at A. . II.
W. hall. Visiting i-islers cordially
invited. Jennie Cheshire,
Mary miuiiions, Lady Coiniuander.
Knights of Pythias Thermopylae No. 50,
meets em u luesuay nigm i. u.
O. F. hall.
j. 1. i nausse.
K. ol R and S.
Grand Army of the Republic Gen. Logan
Post No. X, meets nrst Wednesday at
A. O. H. W. hall. J. E. Peterson.
Abe Axtell, Adjt. Com.
American Order of Steam Engineers, Ore
gon Ccuncil No. 1, meets lirtt and
third Suturdays, at A. O. V. W. hall.
VYa. II Kinsiv,
Bekj. F. Mybii k, Chiei Engineer
Order of Pendo While Rock Council No
ltai. meets in A. O. V. W. Hall lirst
and third rriday uights,
C. E. .Maybe, Secretary.
Emma Belciieb, Counselor.
lulled llrotusrliood of Carnters anil
joiners of America t'nion No. Ills
meets second and fourth Thursdays ol
each month at A. O. V. W. Hail.
J. E. Wieiisax, Pres.
D. A. Fitzubbalu, Sec'y,
P, a. lues in all State and Federal Couru-
UUice over Kim ational Bank.
Gbakts Pa, Oaxooic.
U. S. DEPUTY
G easts Piss, v Obbciom,
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK, and DELIVERY
Furnitare and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
The popular birber ihop
Get your lonsorial work, done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Path room in connection
Va PARKER 8
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."t. - T I Hir U Its Tflouu.il v or.
J. M. CHILES
Fine Butter a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
II. II. BARTON,
Full MRortment of Watches, Clocks. Sil
t verware and Jewelry. A Uood
Assortment of Bracelets and
Clement' Drug Store.
SWEETLAND & CO.
FRESH and SAI.T
A Fine Assortment of Bos Case
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
I'l CAPITAL STOCK
Traiisacta a Gvueral Hankiiifr hu.1ine.49.
Kecelves dtpoil.i Hiilijert to cheek or 011
Our culoiuein are aaiirnl of courleuu-i
sistent with rniutul liuukiuK priueiptes.
Safety depoMt taxen for rent.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
Kreeive itepoMln auhjeet to rheck or on certificate iayalile on demand.
Mia sight drafts on New York San Francisco, and Portland.
Telegraphic transfers sold on all points in the United States.
Special Attention given to Collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and on all accessible points.
K. A. IIOOTH. Pres.
J. C. CAM I'DKI.I., Vice I'res.
II. L. Ull.KKY, Cashier.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADIX)CK, Pbopb.
I am prenrred to furnish anything in th line of Cemetery work In any kind
if MARBLE or GRANITE.
Nearly thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my Baring
'hat I can fill your orders in the vary best manner.
Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Grauile or any kind of
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the GRAND PRIZE at Ute PARIS EXPOSIDON of 1900
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Scott's emulsion is cod-liver
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Let cod-liver oil alone if you
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Pure cod-liver oil is hard to
take and hard to digest. A
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can saw wood. He thinks he
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Orange Front, Oppe. Opera House
Miss Georgia Ilntper will prcHpnt
the following playa during Iht cu
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THE JOSEPHINE COUNTY PLACER MINES
Are Making Preparations for the Coming Season's Run.
Extensive Improvements Made.
The Output of the Josephine
Placers Should be Greater
Than Ever Before.
The owners and mauapors of the
varioos Josvpliino comity hydraulic
mines hare all returned from their
summer's outing und are getting
things ready for their rcguhtr winter's
work. A number of Josephine pincers
have nndcrgouo extensive improve
ments this summer and will be worked
on a larger scale this coming season
than ever before.
Out at the Big Simmons & Cameron
hydraulio mine, of Wuldo, much im
provement work luts been done this
summer. These old plueers have
been worked for the ist 50 years and
have perhtiiie produced more gold than
any other hydraulic mine iu the slate.
They have enough ground in siglit'to
keep tlio giants busy for 100 years to
come. The water supply of these
pincers is such as to afford a run of
from six to nine months in tlio year.
Among the improvements being made
this season is the running of a 1300
foot tunnel to allow the paHsago of a
waterway and make liossible the work
ing of a rich body of gronnd that
could not be readied iu any other
F. H. Osgood, a prominent capital
ist and railroad mnn of Senttlo and
who owns one of the largest hydraulio
mines iu Josephine, comity, has re
turned from Scuttle and is here mak
ing an inspection of his property,
which is located iu the Waldo district.
Last winter witnessed tlio first season
of business for the hydraulics. Mr.
Osgood s)X'ut a largo sum of money
the summer before equipping the
proMrty and getting it iu slutpo for
work, but the success met this past
winter conclusively proved to him
that his money has beeu wisely iciit,
and but a few seasons will bo re
quired to repay tho amount invested.
Tlio Osgood placers consist of several
hundred acres of rich pluocr ground
lying along the Illinois river, and
occupying the bed of uu ancient chuii
iiel. The banks uru from 3.) to 75 feet
iu depth und curry both fine mid
coarse guhl. The water supply comes
from the main brunch of the Illinois
river and is of the very best. There
is ground enough to keep the mines
iu operation for 50 yeurs or mole.
One of the priuclpul features in the
equipment of this mine, is a 1300-foot
tunnel driven through a mountain of
solid rock ; the tunnel being ueeessury
to let the niuin II nine through to the
working grounds of the mine. These
platers, will bo nin-rutcd on ubout the
wime sculu this coming winter as they
weru last ncuitou.
Ii. E. Meredith, managerjind owner
of the Meredith idnccrs of the
Waldo district has returned from
Chicago and gone out to tlio
properties to dou his rubber boots.
Tho Meredith placers aro iu the
ami! district and occupy the samo old
channel as do the Osgood properties.
This will be (lie fourth season that
these placers hato beeu iu business
since their equipment. The lianks are
deep and rich, carrying both fine and
coarse gold. It is iu these plueers
that a Philadelphia company hus
beeu mining for platinum all the pu-t
summer and have ne t with good suc
cess. It is here, also, tluit tlu; strange
and unknown uu tal, Jiw phineite, is
found iu quantity.
If there is bat one miner iu all
southern Oregon tint is deserving of
the success he is meeting, that one
is B. . Meredith, or just plain
"Ben" a he is familiarly known.
He has had more tl.au Ins share of
obstacles and has nu t and overcome
them alL The equipment of Ins
mine coat a fortune and is a mix lei of
engineering skill. The working
groouiU of the mile- do not alTord
sufficient slope for dumping facilities
for the tailings and to overcome this
embarrassment a huge grizztty was
put in to elevate tlio waste dirt and
boulders. Mr. Meredith has just got
to his best paying grounds and hopes
to do a better business this coming
winter than ho has ever done before.
Throe giants will bo oieried.
The Old Channel Mines, out at
Qulice, lmvo everything ready at their
big placers to begin work whenever
water is afforded. The mines will
be in better shape for work this win
ter than ever before. Three giants
will bo operated, and the rich gulch
diggings will bo worked. It Is here
that tlio famous plucor bunk, which
lias attracted the attention of mining
men from everywhere, is situated.
This big bank has a length of litOO
feet, and a height whore it is being
piped of 230 foot. Such a bank as
tiiis can only be worked from a dis
tance of 400 feet, requiring a pressure
of 600 feet in the giants. This great
bank carries values all tlio way from
the grass roots to tlio bedrock, carry
ing fine gold in tlio elny capping and
coarse gold in the lower Btratns. The
Old Caiiuol Mines, as their naino indi
cates, occupy the bed of an old ennuel
or ancient river. This channel is
over five miles in length, all of which
is covered by the Old Cnntiel com
pany and has a width of from one-half
to three-quarters of a mile.
Manager V. ' H. Hampton, of the
Columbia pincers, of the Grave creek
district, has everything iu readiness
for work, Ho will operate two nud
three giants Iu the diggings this year.
Threo other giants are reqniredj to
otierate the elevator for removing the
waste. One of too excellent feature
of these placers is tlio electric light
plant. A number of large aro lights
are suspended above the diggings and
make the working gronnd us light as
day for uiglit work. The bunks of
these placers are a grny and red gravel,
carrying values in flue and coarse
gold. They occupy the .bed of an
A JOSEPHINE COUNTY PLACER MINE IN OPERATION.
All iu all, about the same number
of giants will bo ojwraied throughout
tlio Josephiuo placers this coming sea
sou as weru last, and if the ruins do
not hold off as they did lust year, the
output of placer gold from Josephine
county tliis season will bo larger than
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Ciriiphophoui) which uses Hat, in
destructible records, is largely due to
tho fact that the Columbia Phono
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in tho talking machine, art, has de
velop d tho possibilities iu both the
machines and tlio records beyond ull
expectations. It wns ablu to do this
because It is tlio only coiuuiny in the
talking niw hini) field having a com
plete laboratory and a manufacturing
plant on a broad and comprehensive
basis. Its facilities for exjs-riineu-tat
ion aud for manufacturing are on
a very large scale. It dis s uot have
to rely ou Iiicxtiericiieed manu
facturers for any part of the product
j it offers for sale. It makes Its own
machines and it own records from
start to finish w hich is a f uudaiucutul
advantage of the first magnitude.
Tim Disc Ciraphophouu is uiudu iu
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10. Seven inch records 50c each, (."
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; aud talking uiaoliiuu supplies of every
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Ulothccs, Sores, Pimples. They don't
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SYNOD OP OREGON.
The Synod of Oregon will hold its
twelfth annual session iu the Bethany
Presbyteriau cliurch from Oct' 9th to
13th inclusive.' Tlio Synod is coterm
inous with the boundaries of the state
and its membership is constituted of
all tlio Presbyteriau minister within
its bounds who aro members of some
ouo of its four Presbyteries and one
eldler from each of its churches. The
members of the Synod do not all attend,
however; but there will be between
50 and CO persons at this meeting. The
enrollment may exceed this number.
The present presiding officer, the Mod
erator, is Rev. F. L. Forbes, D. D. of
Pendleton, principal of tlio Pendleton
Academy, ono of our successful and
growing Presbyterian schools.
Tho next Moderator will probably
be chosen from among the members of
tho Portland Presbytery and may be a
Port laud man.
Tho following is tho program of the
Synod which will lie followed, not In
every detail, perhaps, but certainly in
a general way :
Thursday, October, 9th.
7:80 P. M. Ojieiiing service of praise.
Sermon by the retiring Moderator,
Rev. F. Ii. Forbes, D. D. Organ
ization. Rejxirt of Committee of
Friday, October 10th Morning.
8:110 Devotions. Irfador,- Rev. H. 8.
Templeton : Subject, "God'
Guidance." Ps 78:24
9. -00 Business
10:80 Report of Committees on Tem
perance and ou Sabbath Obser
vance. 11:50 Announcements
8:00 Consideration of 8an Francisco
Nomination of Directors of Semi
nary. 8:80 Report of Committee on Publl
cation and Suhlutth School Work.
. Five-minute addresses by Presby
terial S. S. Missionaries.
8:15 Report of Committee on Church
Kreetion. Address by Rev. W.'.'S.
Holt, D. 1)., representing the
Board. Report of Committee on
Young Peoples Sociotie. Ad
dress by Rev. A. J. Montgomery.
Report of Committee on Systemat
ic Jlenetlcence, on Twentieth Cen
tury Fund and on Umatilla In
dians. 4:1ft Business.
.1 n ... it v.
.f:80 Meeting iu the interest of
Foreign Missions', Rev. W. F.
Shields to preside, ReiHirt of
Committee ou Foreign Missions.
Rev. II. A. Ketchum, D. D.,
chairman. Address by Rev. E. P.
II i 11, D. D. , represent ing tlio Board.
Saturday, October 1 1th Morning.
8:30 Devotion. lender, Rev. II.
Mareolte; Subject, "Ood' Re
ward." Ps. 78:24.
10:00 Riqs.rt of Committee ou Presby
10:15 Report of Com lint toe on Minis
terial Relief and on Freedmeu.
11 :00 Riqiort of Committee on Educa
tion. Address by Rev. J. R. Wilson,
D. D., representing tho Board.
3 KX) Riqsirt of Committeo on col leges.
itesirt or i oni in it tec on Albany
College, on Home Missions, of Syn
od Mai Missionary, Narrative, and
on Vacancy and Supply. Election
of Syuoilicat Missionary.
Discussion of Evangelistic Work.
4 W Business.
5 m Recess.
7:30 Musical Program by Choir of
Bethany Presbyterian Cliurch.
8:30 Informal Social Chat.
Hniubiy, October 13 Morning.
10:00 Sunday School.
II:(KI Church. Sermon by the Moder
8:00 Coiiimunlou. Rev. J. M.
Mcl.omb to iri sldej Rov. J. II.
Pinion to administer the Bread,
Rev. H. I Reed to adiuiiiister
J:.'I0 Mating in thn interest of
Home Missions. Itev, A. J.
Irwm to preside. Address, "What
lfoiiie Missions Han Done n Ore
gon, " Rev, E. J, Thouiiwin.
Address "lliiinu Missions" lUtV.
0. O tJhormley, D. D., represent
To Care a Cold la a Day.
Tak Uislivs 1'ruuio gulinns Tablets,
ill iliUfc'xUls rffuud tl.s mousy il it fails
to cur. . K. W. Uruve's inlure 1 on
Carpets, IVair Papers,
Stoves and Ranges.
A 6 hole Steel Range with warming Closet, $30.
Heaters, a full line. Topular Prices.
' See the new stool Cook Stoves.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. IT. will be held at the home pf
Mrs. E. A. Wade, Oct. 10, at 8:80 pm.
DRINKING AND VAGRANCY.
Tho manager oi ' the Allegheny
County workhouse ' in thoir recent
report quote a statement made bv Mr.
John W. Keller before the New York
State Conference of Charitiea, held
in New York Oity but November.
The quotation in a follow : "Out of
a total of l,98A Inmate of the alms
house on Blarkwell'i Island only 5(14
wero born In the United State; 9,873
wero foreign born, and out of this
nubmor 1,017 were born in Ireland.
Out of tho 3,084 iutuato,. 8,731) Were
admitted for destitution. .They were
just helpless in the main, because
they had yielded to the desire for
drink until long-suffering friends
could no longer bear the burden of
their existence, and hd to torn them
over to the state. How many of these
persons could have boon made self
respecting and olf-npporting If the
environment that first led them iu tile
downward path had been minimised
or swept away altogether? Here 1 a
great opportunity for the philanthro
pist who looks to cause rather than
to effects iu hi plan for tho bettor
men t of the human race. There are
too many people in tho almshouse.
The energy of the statu ha been ex
erted to take care of the unfortunate,
rather than to prevent niunand women
from becoming unfortunate." The
state owe a duty to the unfortunate be
side taking care of them in tho alius
houses. The state should ce to It
that there bo no need that they ever
come, to the - almshouse. Teac hing
thrift is ono of tho safeguards against
the almshouse. Preserving thcru from
drink ll another. Methodist Recorder.
At our slneerest and devotedest,
how to live the best for our own
selves and other 1 a mvstory; but if
there Is one clear working precept Iu
Christian life, it is :" Do not touch
wine or strong drink. "New Voice.
Tho brewers and distillers of thin
country have $150,000,000 invested in
tii making or biter and alcoholic
liquor. Tho value of farming pro
duct, a corn, wheat, and oat 1 e(
timaled to be ouly about 4 C tiuua
thi amount, or 3,000,000,000.
" OREUON. , '
Oh I Oregon, thou western Quwn,
" Uli mountains high and field so
Aud rivers that to ocean roll
Through lauds where some delight
tho soul j
Where uaturo varied beauty Unds,
And luck ou worthy toil ttcuas,
Iu counties by the traveler evu
Liku Laut and golden Josephine.
Thy boys are kings of mirth aud play,
Aud thy girl bright, among the gay;
The gray haired men, who biased the
The horoe of the former day,
That bravely drove the savage back '
And boldly walked in danger' track
When Oregon was wild and new,
Iu uuinher now are growing few)
Their rank are thinned, nor long
Those landmark of our country'
Pair Oregon with forest grand,
Where ancient trees like monarch
In verdant valo, aud mountain glen,
Watching tho centuries come In.
Oh I glorious Statu, in land so free
Abroad with love we turn to thee,
Thy tons and cities oft allure.
Portland will flourish and rudure,
Aud stately shi, like gods, from ea
That nobly breast the gale,
Wilt up Willamette sail
And Iu her dock will often lie;
To her will Inward pour the trade
From Spanish Maine, to rude cascade,
Beautiful city of the wet,
Iu date by God forever bleat.
With climate healthful, purs and rare
Aud all thut will so well compare,
The land that teem with wheat and
And fruit that spring renew again !
Thi wealthy state with mlues of gold
Remind of Ophlr famed of old.
ONE OF LITE'S PLEASURES.
There 1 nothlua- In lif mnro on.
joyable and at tho same time o bene.
nctal to both mind and ho.1v. ma
A modern railway Journey, intel
ligently taken, tend to prolnno llf
break tho monotony of existence and
aot as a panacea for dull careby tak.
ingu out of the well worn channel of
worldly and business struggle.
Before starting upon a trip, whether
on business or recreation, it 1 well
to Inquire and investigate the var.
ion routes, and choose the one offer,
log the best inducement in the nt
of comfort and attractions. The
traveler, the tourist or businessman It
wise in (electing the Rio Grande
Line in a journey to and from the
east, as it offer evory comfort and
modern convenience to suit all clasaea
of travol, with an array of toenio at
tractions unsurpassed in the world
Castla Gate, The Canon of the Grand,
Marshall Pass, Tennessee Pas and the
world reuowned Royal Gorge are but
few of thcsxattractious!scen from the
'Three fast "train dally between '
' Pullman, Palaco and Ordinary
Sleeping car ou all train to Denver,
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago aud St.
Lout without change.
A perfect Dining car' service.
Agents throughout the Northwest
can sell ticket via this route. For
rates, maps aud full information or
for copy of benutlful booklet, "With
Nature iu Colorado, " write to or call
ou W. O. MiBride, Geu'l Agent or
M. J. Roclio, traveling Passenger
Agent, 134 Third Street. Portland.
People tluit haro dyspepsia have
Weuk utiitiinohu wi.ulr I...u,m w..-i
eye and are usually weak kneed.
1 hey fuel bilious aud the world in
general ha a bi lion look to them;
me nam su uiauy symptom tuat It
is difficult to locato Uiu place where
thev feel tlm Wlir.1 Tl.u la I.a
source from where they get their
sireugui nas uuen cut ort aua tney are
slek all over. The food taken iuto
tllM fllAttllU.lt mill.ill. IIH.Iii,,ul..J
causing belching, aud blllou attack.
lunownu dj sios-neaoociie, an) p,u.
era! weakuisw. The inetlioine that
puta the stomach iu condition so that
the food can bo readily digested, will
cure dyspcisiia aud make strength
wlmrA the r. u-.m wmLim,. Vln 1....
cured thousand of person during the
past 2V years, ot Uyspuiata, with Dr.
Uuiin' Improved Liver Pill. A 35o
box of these pills are worth more to
people -with poor digest lou than six
mouth of dieting or gallon of
pepsin. It only tukes one for a dose,
Wu will send two of these pills to
prove what they will da i'or sale by
W. K. Kremer.
A splendid line ol Royal Charter Oak
Range at Coron'a.
The postal receipts of the various
office throughout the state of Oregou
very generally how excellent In
crease lu their business during the
past year over the preceding one.
The following aro the gross receipt
for the Southern Oregon towni for
the fiscal years 1V0I auj 11XJ3 tubulated
Roseburg gff.BU tl,334
Anil laud ,74 5,8ul
Oraut Pas fl, 271 8,4o
Medford ..4,740 4,899
THE OLD RELIABLE
THIRE IS Kd SUZSTJTUTZ