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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 30 October 1902

ROGUE RIVER COUHIER - - GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i One Year, in rdraoce, 81 x Moulin. ... Three Months, ... Single Copies, - 11.50 .7o .40 .06 Notice is hereby riven that on July 1, 11102, tue subscription rate oC the Coubisb ul be raised to 1.60 per yw. Anvwho pays their subscription now get uie uene- Ul Ul hue vunici Advertising Race Furnished on application at the office, or Dy mm. A. E. VOORHIE8, PBOPB. & Mnor Entered at the post office at Grants !', Oregon, as second-clans mail matter. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1902. TliHt there is uo legal impediment to the acquisition of the Panama Canal by the United 8tatcs7 is the opinion of the Attorney-General, who has Just completed a careful investi gation of the records of the concorn. President Roosoveirwill now proceed to finish the treaty negotiations with Columbia, and it is the general opin ion that early next year work will be begun on the great waterway. The registration to date is not at...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 30 October 1902

Fine Cooking apples, Orange v-asaoas,j. Nutmeg and Water Melons, Just Arrived-Smoked Salmon, While Opposite the P. O THE i i " - J-."-': "V 3 . RAIN And now is the time to plow.- If you need a m;w plow call and exaniino our lino of Oliver Plows in both chilled and steel. We have all si.es from 7 inches up to 11 inches. Wo carry extras for all sizes of plows we sell. Give the Oliver a Trial. Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCtf HARROW'S . HAND SEEDERS. A Good Fisherman Hiur liiddlc Hardware Co. AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND. &fe LATEST All the new styles in Ready-to-Wj ir a:id 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 seut by mail I ic Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf. New Idea 10c Paper Patterns.- TRIMMED Miss Weston has her full stock of Fall and Winter Trimmed Hats on exhibition at her store on Front Street (second millinery store east of Sixth) and would be plea...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 30 October 1902

3 :f- STORIES MADE WITH FEET. Aalmal Track! la tb Wood W&lca Botrajr Iaeatltr. Each animal makes iti own kind of track In the mud, mow or dust. No two make exactly the same. The track of a coon ii never like that of a fox. and the track of a fox Is readily dis tinguished from tbat of a rabbit or email dog. And, more than tbat, tie track of one coon may differ from that of hi own brother, so tbat one can sometimes distinguish the track of a given Individual and by seeing It on different occasions get something like an Insight Into Its life. Thus a famous grizzly In the west was known by his track. One of his toes bad been cut off by a trap, and the difference that mndc In his track was easy to see. To come nearer home, our common animals sometimes have unpleasant experiences with steel traps. The marks of these on their feet often nild a peculiarity that Identifies the animal. In other cases the track Is extra large or small or Is crooked, but It always keeps the main features of...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 6 November 1902

VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1902. No. 50. DIRECTORY JOSEPHINE ( 'OL'NTY OFFICERS. J adge Commissioner Cfcrk Deputy Clerk rjlierilt Deputy i-herill Treasurer bchool r?upt.. . . Atte!rnr hurveyor Coroner J. O. lioolh ( John Wells ' ' )(.'. F. Lovelace K. I., ISartlett T. P. Judsou Geo..V Lewis Krnefct LUler J. T. Taylor Lincoln Kavae (.lis.. Lrow H C. Perkins W. F. kremer CITY OFFICERS. Mayor W. F. Kremer Auditor and Police Judge R. L. Davis treasurer. Col. W. Johnson ( ity Attorney C. E. May bee ..initial jonn LocKimrui ftreet r-upt John Patrkk CouiK'ilmen Ueo. H. Uinns A. C. HoukIi, J. II. William. C. E. Harmon J. A. kelikopf. Will C. Smith, Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt FRATERNAL SUC1TIES. Grants Pass I.odt:e A. F. A A. M No. 81. regular coiuniunieation lirst ami third Saturdays. Yinling brothers nmliallv hiviled. H. C. lioBizts, W. M. ' A J. Pikk, Sec'y. Roval Ari'li Masons - Heames Chapter No. 2S meet second and fourth Wednesday Masonic ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 6 November 1902

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i One Year, In tdvaooe, f 1.50 Biz Months, .76 Tbrn Months. ... Single Copies. .( Advertising Races Furnished on application at the office, or 07 mau. A. E. VOORHIES, Profit. A Mngb Entered at the post office at Grant Oregon, as second-class mail matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1902. The ctmmlHsirncrs arpointid hy Prcsipiit Roosevelt to nrhitratn the anthracite) eoal'Btrike are still cn eased in the i n vent i cat inn of the mines and the conditions which pro dnced the strike President Mitchell for the minors, has submitted to the commission a 118161110111 of their view of the case. The Medford Success is a new pah lication, the first number of which has reached oar exchanger table. The new paper, small, bat exacting to crow, is fall of news and seems in all ways to be deserving of its name. We are especially pleased to note the fair mludedncsg and balance which seem to pervade its editorial columns....

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 6 November 1902

J personal fee yrf 1 3t TsT Fine Cooking apples, Orange Cliug and Salway Peaches, Grapes, Casabas,;Nutm;g and Water Melons, Ktc. Just Arrived Smoked Salmon, Salt Salmon, Spiced Herring. White House Grocery, Opposite the P. O H. C. Bobrlen, Propr. THE Bill HAS GOE Ami now is the time to plow. If you need a new jlov call ami examine our lino of Oliver Plows in both chilled and Btoel. We have all sizes from 7 inches up to 1 I inches. Wo carry extras for all sizes of plows wo sell. Give the Oliver a Trial. Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. HARROWS HAND SEEDERS. A Good FisKerman w ill need Rood tackle. Our stock of Flics, Spoons, Linos, KccU and Hods in complete itnd wo wll tlio Is-st tlmt can he procured. Fishermen using our tackle arc sure to pet good rcjmrts from the other cud of the line. llniivRidtlle Hardware Co AT JEWELL'S OLD STAND. &e LATEST ITS' MILLINERY All the new styles in Reaily-t j-We ir and Trimmed Ifats that will please in Style and Price. Do not miss seeing them. Fin...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 6 November 1902

A COSTLY GIFTS 10 ROYALTY. Km(t4 fcr "' FriHUi of WhlM Laat Yaau. A dazzling array of royal present li on view in the gallery of the Imperial Institute. II consists of gift made t the prince and irince of Walea dur ing the cruise of the Opliir laat year. Tils exhiliils are h71 In number, hill the greater proportion contists of il luminated addresses and gold and ail ter trowels Uifd at the lnying of vari oua foundation sttines. The actual urenvnts number about 100, some of which are very valunhle, others lent valuable but perhaps more interesting, nays a London report. The most striking exhibit is a model of a diamond mine. The outer cakket is made of silver, and the inner portion, eontaina an exact representation In miniature of the (viinlMTliy diamond mine, within which are deposited rough dlamoutls. Tha casket stands on a bnrw of marble, lncrusted with rubies and garnets from Do liters mine. Another beautiful gift Is a Maori .aniie, manned by seven boaUnen, with jolden paddles. T...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 13 November 1902

I m III a kJ .r .a.aJ II FT VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS, JOSErHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 190a. No. 51. DIRECTORY JosEi'lirsK t J iKlge Commissioner!! .. Clerk Deputy Clerk Kheritt Deputy tilierill... Treusurer rx-bool upi AsseuNor Surveyor ..... Coroner iOUNTY OFFICERS. J. O. Iloolll I John Wrlli. 10. F. Lovelace .11. I., liitrlletl T. P. Juilwn Geo. W- Lewis Krnest Lister J.T.Taylor Lincoln Savace I'lian.it'row H C. Pcrkiiw WW. Kremer CITY OFFICEUS. Mayor W. F. Kremer Auilitorand Police Juiige R. L. Iyi Treasurer Col. W. Johnson ( ity Attorney c. K. Muyhee Marshal JOIin Lockhnr.tt Street Ut John Patrick Coum ilnien li. II. Ilium A. ('. llouirh, J. H. Williams, c. fc. Ilurmoii J. A. lichkoiif. Will 1'. hniuli, Herbert biniih, lienry sk-bniiilt FRATERNAL 80CITIES. Grams Pass I. mice A. F. it A. M., No. W. reiiiilarcoiiimiinicat.on lirst anil third Saturdays. Vi.iimiic brothers cordially inviteil. II. c. lioui.KS, W. M. A J. I'ikk, Sec'y. Royal An it Masons -Reaiues Chapte...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 13 November 1902

ROGUE RIVER COUH1ER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thuiidiy. Subscription Rates i One Ytr, in rdTSocs, 11.60 Bix MontUR, .76 Tbree Montns, ... .40 Single (Juries. .1 Advertising Races Furnlxhed on application at tie office, or by mall. A. E. VOORIIIES, Pkopk. & Mnor Kntered at the pout office at Crania !', Oregon, as aecoiid-claa mall mailer. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1902. It in reported tlint a upoclnl BRi'iit of tlio interior dnimrtmi'iit 1h koou to be scut to Or' nnn to invent igulo tlie alleged fraudB under tlio timber and stouo act It is mid that Secretary Hitchcock is determined to stamp out all fraudulent practice and tlio special agent will niako independent invest! gut ion for liim. Applicants nndur the snupeuded entries will be obliged to show cause why their entries dhoti Id liot bo rejected. There is a movement on foot for direct nomination of candidates by the people. It is a known fact that the ring rulo and machine ieutures of oar politics, which so often defe...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 13 November 1902

1 '-HT v f - . v. m m V0Yd Fine Cooking apples, Orange Cling and Sahvay Peaches, Capes, Casubas, Nutmeg and Water -Melons, Ivtc. Just Arrived Smoked Salmon, Salt Salmon, Spiced Herring: White House Grocery, Opposl.e (ho P. O H. C. Bobzlen, Propr. THE And now is the lime to plow. If you need a new plow call and examine our line of Oliver Plows in both chilled and steel. Wo havo alhiiy.es from 7 inches up to 11 inches. Wo carry extras for all sizes of plows we sell. Give the Oliver a Trial. Cramer Bros. ODD 1T.LLOWS BLOCK. HARROWS HAND SEEDERS. A Good Fisherman f,r -trr.vi 1 .r---SL'.5'l Sliiir lliddlo ISanlw.ire Co. Ue LATEST All the new styles in Ready-to-We.ir and Trimmed Itats 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 pv.leais, ix-; when sent by ma.il I ic Mrs. J. A. RehKopf. New Idea 10c Taper Patterns. Grants Pass Opera House Nov. 13-THURSDAY-Nov. 13 first time: here uproa...

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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 13 November 1902

mmmim siiMsatx-xM,ia,'Mw"si A LAUQH IN CHURCH. , She Mt ob the sliding cushion, ric The dear wee woman of four; i' . Her feet In thnlr shiny slipper. , ' II u Qir ding line ovrr the floor. She meant to be good: she had promised; And so, with her blir brown ejrei. She stared at the meetinjr-house windows And co a Died the raw Hug filet She loolted far up at the preacher; 4-. , But sho thought of tho honey bees '. Droning away id the btoasoma That whitened the cherry trees, She thought of the broken banket. where, curled In a duky heap, Three sleek, round puppies wltb frtngy ears Lay snuirgled and fast asleep, Such soft, warm bodle to cuddle. Such queer little hearts to best, , Such swift, round tonituoi to klnt, Huch sprawllog, cublony feet I She couM frel In bnr cmn,lnir tlogert The touch of ibe itailny akin, And a eold. wot none exploring , The dimples under her chlu Then a sudden rlpplo of laughter Kan over the parted lip. So quick that she could not catch It Vi lib hor rosy firme...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 20 November 1902

Hflrt. 0T- VOL XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1902. No. 52. Ji DIRECTORY JOSEPHINE OOl! J uitge Commissioners Clerk. Deputy Clerk Sheriff leity Mieritl Treasurer School .Supt Assessor Surveyor Coroner STY OFFICERS. J. (. lt.x.th I John Wells )C. F Lovelace H I.. burl let! T. P Ju.lson Geo. W- Lewis Ernest Lister J. T. Tuylor Lincoln Savage I has. t row 11 C. Perkins " . r . Kremer CITY OFKU EHS. Mayor V. F. Reenter Auditor and Police Judge ....It. L. Davis treasurer i'ol. W. Johnson ( uy Attorney '. E Mavbee Marshal John Lockb'anlt htreet t-upt jl,n Patrick touncllmen (ieo H. ISinns A. C. Iluuidi, J. H. W illiam-., . E. Harmon J. A. Keliknpf. Will C. Smith, Herbert Suiiili, ilenry Schmidt FRATERNAL S H'lTIES. Grants Pass Lodte A. F. it A. M., No. Ht. regular coiiiuiuiiicatam lirst and third Saturdays. Visiting brothers conlmllv iitviieil. H. c. Hoiiizkn, W. M. ' A J. Pike, See'y. Royal Arch Masons - Kennies Chapter No. 28 meets second and fourth ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 20 November 1902

. ' Z i . . . i m in itr m i stll A i !" ROGUE RIVER COUklER GRANTS PASS, OREGON: Published Every Thuiaday. Subscription Rates i Ona Year, In rdTSpes, $1.50 Dti Montris, .... Tfcres Months, ... .40 Single Copies, .06 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the office, or oy man. A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. & Mnor Entered at the pout ofllce at Grants !' Oregon, as sacond-clasa mall matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1902. The voters who fail to attend the wnrd and city nominating convon tioni shonld not kick if the affair of the city are not conducted nr-cording to their views. The foreHta of Switzerland are beantifnl and clean, without under brush. Only large trees arc cnt down the yomiR ones living left carefully untouched. The same situation is found in Germany, for the United States consul at Stettin in a recent communication to the Htate Depart ment upenks of the German forests as free from weeds, undergrowth, wbhIi . outs and dead wood. High stumps re a rarity, that wasteful A...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 20 November 1902

':"- .. ' - - . ..... . . . . . .... . . 1 A CHANGE OF POLICY. To the Public, My Patrons aud Friends: In making this announcement of a change of policy namely from a semi-cash or credit business to an abso lute cash basis I wish to thank all my old as well as new customers for their generous patronage in the past, and in adopting the cash system I will endeavor to meiit your cash business by a close application to the lowest prices consistent with good judgment and a constant aim as in the past to handle pure food pro ducts and of the best quality, on the Money - Back principle if nut satifuctory. This with prompt and tfficieut seivice I trust will meet with the support of those who believe in the good old maxim, "A dollar saved is a dollar made." Paying cash is a drfect saving to the customer as well as to the merchant. A person buying on credit will naturally spend more each mouth than the cash buyer. Cash does away with the making and receiving of statements, a great saving of ti...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 20 November 1902

1 nc wrought wr worta of mil try; Tat ovrr m whllt mil fire there ucb calm brood. n. and th air From breath of roan waa o ivitt, 1 4 thought of kworda to plowtharvt baaL ' Kla wre t'ti icraalng; without far Ovar th stl'-prc !.-.. d rar, 1 And r-rtlr. t.t-r. th noon had coma ' 'Nrath o;kr Uii fuct-d th cannon's boAm Which Primi r, A marijr a trampled clod; i Now dalrt fl i a with inowl that tod, Whlla white do vet coo unharmad wlth Kadoubta rtrd for tha battla't din. ' Orlm paraprtg no longer frown ' t'pon a pnt, balcairurd town; Tha ajrrattr city In Mi miicht And prlda fuarrii th fclra conflict's alU; Hwrat homM with comely lawna ara aaaa Crowning hlitorlc heights iratia In vracw and baauty, taf apart From tumuli of tha buiy mart Nor la tha fane forgotten hara l.'nto tha heart devout mori dear Than grandest mansion wealth reuri nlfh, Hut ihrlnli. poor mortality While on that day of all the bmt, ThrliUd airaritfely once by tha bthtst To armi, tha ecena la of rknee. Old foaa now frirn...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 27 November 1902

mtotf VOL. XVIII GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER j7. 1902. No. DIRECTORY JOSEPHISB HOT Judge Commissioner CUrk i Deputy Clerk ' Sherirt Deputy Hberilt Treasurer (School Supt. ...... . STY OFFICERS. ...J. O. Booth ) John Wells C F. Lovelace K. L, Kartlett T. P. Judson Geo. V Lewis Krnct Lister J. T. Taylor Lincoln Savage thas. Crow Surveyor Coroner H . C. Perkins VI. V. Krenier CITY OFFICERS. Mayor W. F. Krenier Auditor and Police Judge R. L. Davis Treasurer Col. W. Johnson City Attorney 0. K. Maybee Marsnm jonn Mjcsnartii Street upt John Patrick Couiicliiiien ueo 11. uinns A. ). lloueh, J. H. Williams. C. E. Harmon J. A. Kehkoot. Will C. butilu. Herbert Smith, Henry Schmidt FRATERNAL 8QCITIES. Grants Pass I.odce A. F. A A. M., No. 84. reKUlar communication titt and third Saturdays. Visiting brother cordially invited. H. C. Bumzkk, V. M. A J. Pint. Sec'y. Roval Arch Masons -lleames Chapter No. 8tt meets second and lourtu Wednesday Masonic hall.- L,. l,. jew ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 27 November 1902

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, ORKGOX. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Yer, in r-dvftnce, - 11.50 tin Months, . . . . Three Months, - .40 Single Copies. , .06 Advertising Rates Fumlnhed on application at the office, or oy man. A. E. VOOKHIKS, Propr. 4 MNOB Entered at the pout oRlce at Grant !', Oregon, aa second-claM mail matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMJ3ER 27, 1002. It is reported that Czar Nicholas of Rumia may abdicate. He is said to be mentally weak ami that liia. minis ton intimidate him into doing what ever they wish. The proliablo election of Roed Smoot of Utah to the senate of the United States has called forth some protest. 8moot is a Mormon, though . not a po lygumist in practice and so has an ad vantage over the polygauiiHt ItobeHs who was unseated on tliut account. Great men often do not appear in their true projxirtlous on too close light. Many of the world's greatest men were not appreciated during their life time ; it required the distance- of years to mak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 27 November 1902

k -. A CHANGE To the Public, My Patrons and Friends: In making this announcement of a change of policy namely from a semi-cash Or credit business to an abso lute cash basis I wish to thank all my old as well as new customers for their generous patronage in the past, and in adopting the cash system I will endeavor to tnetit your cash business by a close application to the lowest prices consistent with good judgment and a constant aim as in the past to handle pure food pro ducts and of the best .quality, on the Money - Back principle if not satisfactory. This with prompt and efficient service I trust will meet with the support of those who believe in the good old maxim, "A dollar saved is a dollar made." Paying cash is a direct saving to the customer as well as to the merchant. A peisou buying on credit will naturally spend more each month than the cash buyer. Cash does away with the making and receiving of statements, a great saving cf time and annoyance and all the ills connected wi...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 27 November 1902

SHERIFF'S SALE FOR DELIN QUENT TAXES. H virtue of a warrant duly fanned by the County Clerk of the County of Josephine, and State of Oregon, in the name cf the Bute of Oregon, and under the seal of the County Court of aid Josephine County, dated the day of 1WI2, commandilng me, the Sheriff of said Joaephine County, to levy upon the goods and chattels of the delinquent tax payer named in the Raid tax roll, and if no goods or chattel be found, then to lery upon the real property ol such delinouents as set furth in Raid tax Hat. or ro much thereof an shall be niwiorr to satifr the amount of taxes charged in said tax roll, with inaa unit eioeUWS of Sale. Notice is therefore hereby given that I did.on the nay of , A. u. 1902. being unable to find any person. I property ont of which to make the said delinquent taxes, levy uon the following deseribed parcels of real proix-rty, situated in said Josephine County, described in said list as the nronertvof said delinquent tax payers. an named i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 4 December 1902

VOL XVIII GRANTS "PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1902. No. 2. DIRECTORY JOSEPH INK f J udge H'NTY OFFICERS. J. 0. linoth j John Wells iC. F. Lnvetjci . t It I.. hartlell T. P. Juilson Geo. W' Lewis Ernest Lister J.T.Taylor Lincoln Savage (.uiiunissioners Clerk Deputy Clerk Stieiitl .. ...... Ieputy Sheriff. Treasurer School Supt Assessor Surveyor Coroner Onis. Crow H ('.Perkins VV. F. kremer CITY OFFICEItS. Mayor W. F. Kremer Auditor and Police Judge . ...K. L. I'avi' Treasurer Col. W. I. .hi, son City Attorney C. K. .Mayliee Marshal John LocUiardt Street supt John Patrick Council men Geo 11. llinns A. C. Ilouuh. J. II. William, c. K. Harmon J. A. Uehkopf, Will C. Sinilli, Herbert Smiih, Henry Si-huiilt FKATF.UNAl, sj KIITIES. Orants Pass Isntite A. F. A A. M., No. St. regular cumuiiliuciitioii ti rt ami third Saturdays. Visiung hrolliers cordially inviu'd. H. C. Hohizen, W. M. A J. Pike. Seo'y. Hoyal Arch Masons -Kennies Chapter No. 1A meets second and fourth...

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