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GRANTS PASS, OKKUOX.
On. Year, in h1t.dc, SI .90
Thro. Months. ...
tjinjtl. Copim. Mb
Notlna is hereby (riven that on July I
WW. Uia nubwrintfiin rata of the Coram
will be rained to 1 1. .VI per year. Anywho
payi their lubwripuun now get tua unio-
nt 01 uje cueaiwr rata.
Furninhed ou ai')Iication at the office,
A. E. VOOltniES, I'KOI'Tt. 4 Mnok
Entered at the poet office at Grant 1't-i
Oregon, a aeconu-claai mail matter.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1002.
. SYNOD OF OREGON
( Continual fron Firtl Vagt )
read the rejiort on Young I'tiojil
Bocletic. and Rer. II. Murrotto ail
rtriewd tlie Synod. The rciwrt
ByHtemutio Ifainulicimra wa read by
Rev. W. 8. Holt at rcqueirt of a nnm
bur of ti e committee and wad ap
Tlie Synod ndnjitcd nn overturn auk
lug the Oencral AKwmlily to divide
tliv rolunin allowing the gift! for home
uiIhmIoii into two coluimm In omi of
which hlinll bo inwrtrd tlie gift" to
home mlHHloiia and In the other, gift
contributed by mil nujiportiiig BynodB
for their work ho that tho total
amount given for Homo Mlmioin ahull
Rer. Mr. Hummerville, of Mio Ore
gon M. K. Conference, addreMned lh
Hynod, conveying tho greetings of
Conference. Tho moderator happily
reuiionded. Reeeiut win taken until
7 :!K p. in.
At tlie evening meeting the chore)
wiia wiill filled to attend a noimliir
meeting in the Intercut of Foreign
MIhhIoiih. Rer. W. F. Hhlelda of
Klainuth Kb! In preaided. The ajilen
did choir of tho church, under tin
lcudi mhlp of Mr. Kinney, providi
excollunt niuaio. Rev. J. A. Ketch
am, X). D. , chairman of tho com.
mllteo on Foreign MIhkIoiii, jireaented
the annual rojmrt. Rev. K. P. Hill
D. I), gavo a maaterlr addrena In the
interest of tho Hoard. Tho rejKirt of
the com mil lee wan approved and It
rocotmneiidiitloiia wero adojted,
Synod adjourned until Halurday a. m
at 8:80 o'clock.
Uu mit unlay morning Hynod re
aawiinhled and apuiit half an hour in
worahlp led ly Rev. Henry Mnrcotte.
The roll win called bh uaual and the
miuutoi of jreaterday'i meeting were
read and approved.
Hynod decided to recommend the
Hoard of Publication and H. 8. Work
to oommiKHion a Hynodlcal Hnudiiy
School MiHsiimry. Reva. II. A.
Kutchum, I). I)., W. H. UlllHirt, J.
H. Hart on and J. K. liluir worn ap
pointed to uoiuinatn a Hynodical Hun
day Hcliool Miiwlonary.
Tho cominltteo ou Freedmeii pro
aented ita re(ort. A petition from
Kaat Oregon Preahytery re(miKting a
di vIkIcui of tho lroaytcry waa pro-
aeuted and referred to the committee
ou Bill and Overturea The com
mlttee reported rwommending thai
tho petition be grunted Action wan
deferred for ono year.
Corvallia waa cliown uh the place
for holding the next meeting of Sy
nod. Corvnllla will celebrate the (MM I
anuivcrHiiry of iln orgiiuiiuttloii nuxt
aulumii. Tho following jwraoiiH were
elecU'd on tho Permanent Committee!
Homo MIsNlona Hove. K. P, Hill,
D. D W. U Van Nuya, H. A. Ketch-
urn, D. V. ami F. O. Htraugo.
Foreign Mliwioiia Heve, J. M. Mo
Comb, fc. M. Hharp, Ilea (lillea)iie
and A. J. Irwin.
l'.ilucalion. Rev. II. 8. Templeton,
I). M. Daveniiort, D . I). , J. K. Hlalr
and F. L. Forbea, D. 1).
Church Kroclion Reva, F. (I
Strange, J. K. 8nyder, W. 11. Rleak
uey and V. T. VYarillv.
Publication and H. 8. Work Reva
A. J. Montgomery, 0. F. Woodward,
J. H. liar I on and J. A. TowuHcnd,
Relief Reva A. Kohinmm, C. V.
Haya, T. P. Howard and J. M. Cor
UeliHell. Fn-edineu Reva H. F. Hiirper, P
A. Fisher, W. O. ForU'a and W.
Aid for Colleges Reva Henry
Marctilte, C. W. Hays, R. J. Diven
and KUIer J. Moir.
Hysteiuatic Hene licence Reva K. J.
Thoiiipaon, 1). 1)., W. 8. Wright,
W. A. Smith and Khlcr kw tialc.
Teini'rance Reva Inane O. Knolls,
James livers, A. llalierly mid F.ldor
J. K. Martin.
Snhlutth Observancp- Reva M. 1).
McClelland, .1. R. N. Hell, T. Hniuil
lette uud Klder T. P. Cramer.
Visitation of Allnuiy College- Ri va
1. M. Iviihii t, 1. IV, J. Me
Oillivmy, J. It. M Ula.le and S. H.
Narrative Revs. J. K. Snyder, K.
U ForUs, K. T. Allen and V. F.
Young People Societies- ,.Va S.
C. Klder, A. Carrick, W. S CilUrt
and S. H. Join s.
Vacancy and Supply Rev. V. S.
Holt, 1). D., chairman and secretary
and the chairman of PrcHhvtcrial com
mine, on Vacancy mid Supply.
During the morning, Klder S. N.
Slt'elo of Albany sang a song written
by a man w hose mother was a slave.
Kcccss was taken until 2 p. m.
At i o'clmk Synod rcawuihlcd
The committee to nominate a Sy.
lliMlical Sunday SIuhi1 Missionary
nominated Rev. J. V. Milligau. lb
was unittiiiiiously chosen and siguilicd
his willingness to accept if the Hoard
should ace fit to couimissiou him.
Rev. K. P. Hill, 1). I)., chairman
of the committee ou Aid for Colleges
and Acadcmiea, presented tho annual
report, llo insisted on the value or
the College; men are insisting thai
tlie chief product of the higher
chooU shall is?, uot iulelloetualitv
An educator is more than an in.
atructor j there are instructors lu danc-
king ud horsemanship. The educator
inn o send out vhK,.i,i-
Fall and Winter 19021903
We are selling Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Jackets
that ate right. The quality that wears, combined with
popular styles, superior finish and dressy effect, sure to
RED STAR STORE.
W. K. Dean, Propr.
Front street, oppo Depot.
womeu fitted for the Kingdom. Tli'i aented a net of resolutions which were
Commencement addresses of the imM ' adopted and a copy sent to the local
year, as ir by preconcerted arrange- j press. llie standing committees
mint, emphasized tho fact that 'were called and discharged. The
character Is the true aim of the col-, minutes were' read and approved and
lege. Character, culture and know
ledge is tlie order given by the presi
dent of Yale.
3Rir. J. R Wilson, D. D. of Port
land addressed tho Synod in the in
terests of the Hoard of Aid. Presi
dent W. II. I-eo of Albany College
presented his annual report. It roM
l!10.2ft to run the college Inst year.
Income $',U 10. flit. I AO students were In
attendance, SI! of college grade.
There are five Hiblo elapses, two pray
er meetings. Only Christian teachers
are employed. The new dormiloiy
has been moved to the campus nod is
ready to be furnished. The college
club has been abandoned for this year
lc can so there is no home for it.
Money Is needed lo. fit up the rooms
in tho dormitory. Cannot mime
churh nndcrtake to furnish a room so
as to make it Income producing? f 'ifH)
will connect the tlnrmitniy with
water and sewer, without which Hie
building enn not lie used. to foil
will fit up a room. Tho main build
ing needs jKilntlng; now Is a good
lime to do it as material Is cheap.
Hooks aro needed for tho library mid
apjiaratus. Indeed, help in any way-
is needed. Ixit tho college have your
assistance. This is the 1)71 h vear of
the college; wo are heirs to the work
of those who founded it. Let us press
on to greater things. The resirt of
tho committee was then approved.
the business of Synod was completed.
In the evening a conference was
held on Kvangelistic work and was
addressed by Rev. E. P. Hill, D. D.
It was a most helpful service. At
'the close of tho conference the choir
of the Presbyterian church enter
tained tlie Hynod with a delightful
On tlie Huhbath the following men
preached in our churches:
Newman M. E. Church Rev. W.
L. Van Nuya, La Grande, in the
morning and Rev. J. K. McOilllvray
of Pendleton in the evening.
Jinptist Church Rev. H. 8. Temple-
ton, of Port land, morning; Rev. An
drew Carrick, of Corvallis, evening.
Christian Church Rev. J. E. Sny
der, of Hrownsville, morning; Rev.
W. T. Wardle, Dallas, evening.
Methodist Church South Rev. J.
V. Milligau, Portland, morning; Rev.
M. O. McClelhind, Portland, evening.
Presbyterian Church Rev. E. P.
Illll, Portland, morning.
In the afternoon the Lord's Supper
In the evening a public meeting
was held in the Presbyterian
church in tho interest of Home
Missions. Addresses were given by
Rev. K. J. Thompson, I). D. ou
"What Homo Missions have done for
Oregon" and by Rev. D. O. Glionn
Icy, D. I)., Synodiciil Missionary for
culties in our respective fields of
labor, and of our otter insufficiency
as of ourselves to overcome them
without Divine blessing that we
therefore, humbly and sincerely in
voke the presence of tlie Holy Spirit
to direct, contiol and sustain us, in
onr efforts during the coming year, to
advance the Redeemer's Kingdom in
4th That we acknowledge with
thanksgiving and praise the manifold
blessings, God has bestowed upon us
during this meeting of Synod.
5th That we most heartily express
onr thanks to the pastor and people of
this church in which we have met,
and to the citizens of Grants Pass for
the cordial courtesies and generous
hospitality they have so kindly ex
tended to the members of Synod.
fith That we cannot fail to men
tion with much pleasure our high ap
preciation of the delightful music, sc
much enjoved, which has been fur
nished by the choir of Bethany
7th That the Moderator, with
the Clerks of Synod aro entitled tc
our sincere gratitude for the courtes)
and kindness with which they hav
conducted the affairs of this meeting
of Syi o I
E. J. Thompson, Chairman of tin
TlrrivlnQ Daily in all
Liulios', iMissos' ami Children's Jackets nml Long Coats.
WINTER WAISTS, OPLRA SHAWLS,
Wo have many new novelties
leiiartinent. We invite you to
in our Press Goods
eo i ne in and look tliein
Shoos niKlFiirnishiii' (.nods
Rev. W. K Van Nuys presented the
lort of the committee on Home
Missions, The chairman is Rev.
Rols rt McLean who has removed to
Porto Rico as a Home Missionary.
Mr. Van Nuys as second uiemlH-r of
the committee was therefore called
upon to present the report. He
ivtsscd in review the main features of
the past hundred Years. Nine tenths
fall our churches owe their ex
isteuce to Home Missions was the
estimate of Dr. Kendall. More than
HUM missionaries art" now ill commis
sion. Scventv churches were or-
miied last year ill Home Mission
Synod assisted by the Hoard of Home
Missions. There hst been unusual
ess ions to many of our churches.
ritcrc has Ihhui an advance in ie-
ipls; alxiut remained in the
treasury at the close of the year An
appeal is made for all increase of
,000 to meet tlie call for new work
this current year. Increased atten
tion to the (tastoral relation was men
tloned as a hois ful sik'ii.
The extent of Mormon activity was
noted; that church is coiiiinn w ilh
its wealth and then with its colonies
There are some l.Mo members in the
raiide Hondo Valley. Tlie great
liberality of the church to the Svnoil
Oregon was noted. Tlie S nodical
issiouary read his report. The tvori
the committee was appro ted and the
lccuninicndatioua wi re adopted which
Included tho re-elect ion of Ret W. S
Holt, 1). D. as Syiimlical Missiouaiv
The resirt ou Vacancy ami Supply
was read and approved. The time was
extended 0 minutes. The stition
of Kastcru Oregon Preabvterv was
ferred to that Proahytcrv for further
Rev. K. J. Tlioniimiii. D. D. lire-
I ... , . . . .
H.isiiiugioii ttuii represented tlm
Hoard. With this great cause laid
afresfi iimn tlie Synod, its sessions
among us closed.
Rev. C. W. Hat s ami his Is olde de
serve great commend it ion for their
bundling of the Synod. All arrange
ments for the entertainment and com
fort of the delegates were perfect.
The reading room provided in the
church and the numerous committee
rooms were an admirable feature.
They made it possible to exs-dite the
work. Confessedly this was one of
the Is-st meet lugs ever held.
Following arc resolutions as read
by the chairman at the Suiidav even
ing meet lllg :
Whereas, It has pleased Cod in His
ditiiie niei-ey to permit us, His wr
tants, to assemble once more as a Sv
noil in our annual meeting at Grants
Pass, where for tjie third time we
have met. and enioved id,. L.i.,i,.r.iMU
- " I
welcome of the pleasant vople of this!
pros rous cily, and whereas, fellow
laborers in the Master's Kingdom,
we have exchanged friendly greetings
and told to one another a little of the
story of our liovs and fears, our tri
umphs and defeats, our joys and sor
rows; where, too, we have prayed and
phtn 1 fr the pross rity of .ion in
11 our liordcrs ;
Resolved. 1st -That the tender
mercies of God to ustt ard art' grate
'.'id-That we nvogiiisn these
mericcs as placing us under l'culiar
obligations to devote our highest
efforts and energies to the work of
evangeli.ing our laud for Christ anil
the upbuilding of our Is loved Presby
Srd That we feel deeply sensible
of the exist, nee of many trying difll-
We think we will be able to
notice of some marriages in the
future. w-;-fcr--';.v-srs V
We have no idle men Here as all can
get work at. Mt. Reuben, as this is s
Our hotel is running a big house.
Mrs. Anderson is such a line cook
that Hoy cue who itirlults of her
meals, is snro to call again.
Tom Machen has gone to Mt. Ren
lieu, presumably to -recreate as he has
been getting quite thin from close
confinement in the store of late.
Homo California capitalists aro look
ing up some of our placer claims with
a view of buying. We think that
some of our big placer mmes will
change hands in a few day i.
Walter Hay bus taken the contract
of running several tunnels fur J. C.
Lewis in his mine. The gravel bank
fa so deep and hard that it is necessary
to put in heavy blasts to shake up the
The Green bnck's heavy machinery
has arrived. Some of it was so heavy
they had to send to Grants Pass to get
a heavy log wagon to haul it to the
mines. Tobe Martin camo out to haul
it uud he had a good rig.
C. D. Hurnette & Co. aro running a
tunnel to tap their ledge at greater
depth. A few feet farther and they
will tap the main ledge which, from
all ap!arances will be large 8ml rich.
No mine in that district is at a stand
still. All are being worked hurd.
Iho railroad company ia hauling
wood from tho Kenney Short Line.
Archie Cunningham is tho foreman.
1 hey have more wood heru than they
can tiuru this winter. Times aro ruiet
at Kiiineyvillc. It is liko Gleudale-
too close to Lelnud to bo a big town.
We are having dry, warm weather.
no rrosts to cut gardei a String beans
and tomatoes and also other vegetables
are rrcBh and green. Give us South
ern Oregon for climate, good weather
and health. We have plo hero from
the east, who were surprised to see the
gardens looking so fresh and green.
Wo have no sickness to report we
have a prosiicrons commniiity.
Wide Awal e.
MISSOURI FLAT PICK-UPS.
The smoky weather is abont over
and we have had some rain.
The farmer! w ho have alfalfa in the
fields are having some trouble in dry
ing their hay.
W. S. liailey, the Davidson mer
chant and poatmaster, went to the val
ley after a load of Hour.
W. H. York brought some of his
beef cattle in from the range to put
on his largo pasture that he has just
The base ball game at the Hat Sun
lay was a grand success and win well
attended. The boys played a good
game of a to 5 in favor of the home
L. C. Hay so has been runuing his
Vstanip mill. They have a fine mine
close to the Applegato river and arc
having some trouble with the water.
.Joe S. York who has liecn in Scott
Valley, Cal., came home a few days
ago, after an ah ce of three mouths. I
no says tney hail lots of hay down
there this season.
K. J. Knbli, the' Kuhli imFTlninl
and pswt master, went to Grant Pass
the tirst of the week mid brought out
a large load of freight. He has a
large stock of merchandise.
Some of the young folks of IWolt
came over Sunday to our Kill gann
and so far as I have learned, thev all
bad a good tune.
sJoo York and Rollie Caris are work
ing at Mr. lW-olfs this week. Thev
are digging K.tatoes and res.rt Unit
lie has an extra large rmn
Willis ,irk, the hop grower,
hauled all of his hops to Grants
an I sold them. He had a largo
mis year lor the amount of
that he planted.
Joe McFa.ldcn of this place and
Alex Watts, Jr., George Messenger and
Will Prince started fr Gravhack
mountains Wednesday to gather in
some of Mr Watt s horses and also to
Just From Mifutnari.
Grants Pass Hardware
Sxiccessors to J. Wolke.
Carries a Complete Line of
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDW ARE.
MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES
Front Street, Opposite Depot,
A. E. CARLSON, Propr. GRANTS PASS. ORE,
COUNTY CLERK'S SEMI-ANNUAL
Showing the amount of claims al
lowed by the County Court of Jose
phine County, State of Oregon, for
what allowed, the iimount of warrants
outstanding and unpaid from the
1st day of April to the 30th day cf
September, 1'.H'2, both dates incluahe.
Warrants outstanding April
1st, l'.K:2 ... i?7('.,81li 17
Warrants issued fr in Apr. 1
Oct. 1, l'.Kii, as follows:
"ountv court ifud coiumr's
Circuit ( urt, bailiff, juror
and witness fees
Justice court, fees cf justice
constables, jurors and wit
nesses Sheriff oflire.saluiy f sheriff
Clerks oflioc, salary if derk
Treasurers office, salary of
Coroners nfliee, fees of coro
ner, jurors and witnesses
School supt cilice, salary of
suptanil teachers exam
Assessora otlice, siilnry cf as
sessor and deputy
Assessment mid colltction
Current expenses, bonks, sta
Court house expenses, janitor,
water, light and fuel .
Jail, board of prisoners, med
ical attendance, etc.
Cure of paupers and supplies
Bridges, hilsir and material
Election exwiisca, judges.
clerks and supplies S70 r,4
Scalp bounty 2.111 (Ml.
Roads and highways . 3,32 30
Miscellaneous rebate, divorce
suits, etc 2'J0 00
Over plus tux sale 1 00
Total amount f.M, 144 32
Warrants cancelled from Apr.
lat to Oct. 1st, T.HI2, . . . 1
Cash in hands of county
treasurer applicable to
Current taxes unpaid for 1001
Amount duo county of tux
Due from state on account
scalp bounty Hill 33
Net liabilities" 08,0.11 is
Total unioiiiit 11,114 32
State of Oregon, )
County of Josephine,)
I, R. Ii. Hart left, county clerk of
Josephine county, state of Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true and correct statement of the iium
It and amount of claims allowed by
the county court of said county for
the six mouths ending 011 llie 30th
lay of Sept. A. D. P.MI2, ou w hat ac
count the wiine lire allowed and
amount of warrant a draw n and
amount of warrants outstanding and
unpaid as the same upi ars 11 1 x ,ti the
records of my otlice and ill my official
Witness my hand and seal of said
county court, this 1st dav of October.
A- ! I'"1-'- R. L. Hartlett.
COUNTY TREASURER'S SEMI
County Treasurer's senii-auunal re
port for six months ending Sept. iiOth,
To balance from lust report, 3,327 M
Clerks fees 1,140 7.1
County tax (cash)
Countv tax (warrants) . . .
Tax sale redemption
Scalp bounty wiirriintK .
Sale cemetery lots
Kent from Davis house
Interest 011 cily warrant
II I 07
Total $ 37,107 If
fiy warrants cancelled I 10,03.1 Of-
Interest on same 6,230 at'
State tax 8,055 0(
State tax, Agricultural col
lege 2M (K
Exchange on same 8 0C
County school appoition-
1111 lit 4,0.10 41.
Road jHill tax returned 78 (H
I'.alauce 1,572 31
School and otner funds
10 balance from last rcjiort, 000 78
County school apportion
ment 4,0.10 40
State school npiHirtionnient, 4,203 .10
Institute fund 2 .10
2 per cent road fund 1,441 3(
a per cent road fund 272 01
City tax 2,20.1 00
Estate fund 4.1 10
School fund, atwciul tax . . . 0,318 83
Total .... - 20,171'
Hy snpt. orders state apjior-
Supt. orders county uppor
tionment 4,027 02
Institute lund 70 IK
2 per cent road fund 1,420 5!.
Overplus tax sale 1 (K
City tax 2,270 ('
School tund sH'Ciul tax 0,330 5
lalance 011 hand 1,011
I'l.v barrels of all kinds
for sale at all prices.
Good, sound, 10-year old horse,
i-igliiiig about Ilia) pounds, for sale
for fl.1. Impure 1). R. Clnpsattle,
I street, next to Trimble & Cook's
PARRELS FOR SALE
I larn-l an casks for sale at Kn-tuer's
total 20,170 (C
I, J. T. Tnvlor, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a true and cor
rect statement of the amounts re
ocitcii, iiaiu out unci remaining ou
hand in tlie countv treasnrv of said
county for tl e six months ending
Sept. Klltli, 11KI2.
, Witness my hand this 1st day of
Oct. A. I). P.I02.
J. T. Taylor,
Treasurer Josephine Co, Ore
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS FOR
All voters at the city election, to
be held in Grants Pass on Monday,
l-iecemher 1st, are required to be reg
istcrcd hy the auditor and polio.
judge at the city hall by November
1st at 0 p. 111.
llie hall and registers will be open
from 7 to 0 p. m. 011 Wednesday and
Miturduy evenings to accommodate
those who are busy during the day.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that Friday
the .lh day of November, at 10 o'clock
u. m. of said day at the court room ot
ine county court or Josephine countv
Oregon, has been fixed as the tiu'ii
...... ,u , ,,,, nearing uu- final account
01 ,1. ii. jiurrougli as executor of tin
estate of S. A. Huirough, deceased.
All persons interested in said estati
are hereby notified to tih- their object-
..us 10 sain accountant, if anv tiny
n.ite, cu or Ociore said ihile and then
""" "' present to show canst
why said final account shall not hi
allowed. This notice is published bv
order ot said county court, made oil
the 0th day of October, 10O2
J. H. HI RRol'till,
S I R YE1.
my plac e about Sept. 1 ,. ,.,,
red. bell uud 110 bland, car mark,
half crop, upprr bit, in right car
split half crop in 1, ft. Owner may
have same by paying for this ad anil
damage. A. Meier, Winona, Ore.
WILL THEY EVER FIN I) IT ul"l
That the Medford Hour is again the
Is st Hour on the market t
A force pump ,) cylinder with
30 feel of S. il., t galvauia-d pi,. for
sale. Address Wui Hogg. GranM 1W
Wanted A good girl who can do
cooking and general house work.
Address Mrs. J. fair. Dolham,
(lotiglas Co., Oregon.
Tl ffiee of the County Tn asun i
w ill In reafti r Is- hiatid at SlovorV
When you wake up with a bad last,
in tour mouth, K at once to the driij.
'tore and get a free sample cf ( ham
hermit's Stomach ami I. in r Tablets.
I One or two doses will make you
well. They also ,un- biliousness,
i- k headache and constipation.
HOME Kolt SALE.
If you want a splendid liotue-giasl, J
large house and t, ,.. 1..,.., I
Ihe cily call o . E. Yoorhi.s.
This place wi . ;,,,! 1Iini(.l,.v
If you want a place ch.apdou't delay.
ivJ-x i FLOUR; j
v ' : 1
-' ' .' -'-' .z?J5&t&
j" Hi m stop
In and order a hag of Davis' Hour
for In-r liakiug the housewife is
continually asking of her husband,
but if . frg, is she will order it
heis-lf, tor the lover of good, w hite
and delicious bread will never use
anv other after she experiences the
satisfactory results ot the Mtdford
"Vur. It is murto from choice
wheat and milh-d by the best pro-lesa.
A. A. DAVIS.
The TOPR0USD SHOE is tilled; between ontfole and insole
.... -f .1 1, an. I v.tl.lkur ullil'l, Hl'la fli. ,..ultl..n I .1.
mix ure 01 grouuo ran -. ... - . ur ull 9tifm
cr's foot, keepe out nioistuie and pretenls fqueaking
Gentlemen ! Wear only Topround $3.50 Shoes, made from White'!
Crown Calf. Wears belter, keeps its polish better; in fact, the best .ho,
made in the world for the price.
Welch's Clothing' Store.
Opera House Block.
Grants Pass, - Oregon.
Stick to It
If it ia your resolution to procure
all yonr future needs in stationery
here, becauso so satisfactory, stick to
it. Can't do better anywhere. Wo
carry a large stock. Full and fine
lilies to meet all wants. Goods mid
prices ure right. Everything in ollico
ledgers, blank books, writing paper,
etc., exceedingly low. Genuine Irish
G. P. Pharmacy ana national Drug Store.
W. F. KREMER. Propr.
PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason ii
always given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping
Is taught exactly as books are kept in business; where shorthand Is
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best; where hundreds of
bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success in
life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free,
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
An Ounce of Prevention
Is worth a pound of Cure.
The Ounce of Prevention is' our
NON-COLLAPSIBLE RUBBER NIPPLE.
It is absolutely Non Coilapsible, Smooth, Tough,
Ijong Lasting, can be Boile Repeatedly to Ster
ilize witliont harm.
Let us Show you one and you will see the Point
Slover Drug Company.
Tlie accurate compounding of prescriptions trom pure in
gredients is our .stronghold.
Saddle and Pack Horses in R.eadi-
nets on Short Notice,
Hay, Grain and Millfeed
of all Kinds.
Selma Feed Stable and
The Selma Grocery
W. J Smith Propr.
Slotting, Boots, and Shoes
During the mnlh of October we will close out our stock
of Cloaks and Capes, ami in order to do so, we will give a dis
count of 10 pur cent on ail garments. We know our prices
were lower than other merchants were making, and this ex
tra to per cent had ought to move the goods. We also have
a hue of dress goods that we are offeiiug at le.-s than cost.
Look I hem over.
Men, Women and Children
Our stock of Underwear for
is very cheap.
The Julia .Mario. v Shoes for L idies are very st lish and
good to wear. We will make a reonaUe discount on these
shoes for the next 30 days. It will be to your interest to get
some of these shot s
Our line of Wool Blankets is rheaper than you have
been buying. We have a good stock. In fact, you know
our prices are right-you can save money by dealing here.
Yturs Without Exaggeration,
White & Armstrong.
re 1 HiniinuMMP.
LARGE LINE OF 2gX5K PADDOCK'S BICYCLE DEN
I No t ur. ao, r.y. m.