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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 23 May 1901

Want Something Good to Eat -Try- 3tIjNCEI JLIJVLOTVIS, A Deep Sea Shell Fish. Healthful, Nutritious and Most Invigorating of all Shell Fish, A beautiful Abalone Shell given Free with each purehaso purchase of two cans while they last. (Abalone is found in from Btx to eight fathoms of water on the Southern coast of Calif , near Monterey where most of the beautiful sheila are obtained by Japanese diver?.) It's Good Try It. 11 " Xocal .happenings All Kinds of Seii.soiiaIlo Timc'la (Joods Sardines, 5c, 10c, 12Jc, 20e. Minced Clams, Oysters, Lobsters, Etc. California Strawberries not coining in freely and qual ity somewhat inferior on account of wet weather, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Etc. ..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY . . OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Or. Flanagan, Resident Dentist. M. Clemens, Inscription Druggist, ra'.ton'i Sun Troof Paints Cramer Bros. Apple Trees 6 to 10 eta. at the River side Nursery. Wood wanted on subscription at the Coirikr office. The Spring and Summer goods are arriving every f...

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. — 23 May 1901

3 SAVING HIS DOG JOHN GOHRIE hid long-determined to tuiltfrat to New Zealand, but ii ail rritiuined in bit native count; of File ii Ii.uk aa bit mother waa ill. When she m laid to rutin Cult' kirk) ard, he and bisdor tailed (or "the strong New England of tb loutbaro pole." 111a brotbera had preceded bint torn years brfort and aeb bad taken itb blm a collie from the old home stead, black and while dogs, rather small In lxe, but wlacr than Dioat. Since their departure, for fear of Im porting hydrophobia, rrgulatloua bad hi-cn put iu force not allowing bum tluga to land In Australian coluuii'i un lets thr J underwent a quarantine of deadly lengib and vigor, which fewaur- vlved. John (lorrl, who bad teen promt lug scions Of this piebald dog family go with lila lirothera, rejected the warning that hia "(Jala would not be allowed In land, lie paid hia dog's passage stubbornly determined hia slim, four (noted friend would also herd the IU knoll tb "virgin lawns" of llrlghter Uri I al n. Co...

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. — 30 May 1901

Ihmrttf f Wfotf r " . , r vol. xvn. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1901. Ifo. 18 1 ; r i ? i ' ? An Opportunity si Rojjih kivci valley is fiili uf Oil, Natural Gi. , Artesian wiU-r and other va'ti i''k- miner.ils. Natuu's slorclmuse i bulging out with v.i!;h nml mily nvuils the ma'jic hand t in. m t unlock and reveal the hidden wealth stored ur for the use o! tin- Tvveaiietll Cen tury. Our arid lands will produce won ders if we once can procure Arte sian water to supply abundance of water with which to irrigate. Oil and Natural Gas aie the greatest economical fuel of this generation. Shall we It t it be dor mant here in Roue River valley, while oilier sections of the country are iisiiii; nature's storehouses? Oregon cannot be beaten any where in the world, for natural Gas, Oil or Artesian water. R'ijjiu; River valley is truly the Italy of Ameiica. Here we have tile finest climate, the best apples, the largest peaches and the prettiest Rirls. Shall the peopl...

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. — 30 May 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRAKT8 PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Tear, In rdraoce, Six Months, Three Months, Hingis Copies, ' 1.2& .(15 .35 .U5 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the office, or by mail. A. E. VOORHIES, FRED MEJfcCH, Propr. & Mnob Editor ' Entered at the post office at (Irants !'", Oregon, as second-class mail matter. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1901. Tennessee was risiled last week bjr flood ol rerjr unusual severity anil the resulting loss ol life and property makes it a calamity et importance. Some 14 lives are known to bsve been lost and $1,000,000 worth of property was destroyed. It is such fantastic climatic occurrences ss this in other places that gives reminders to the peo ple of the Pacific coast of their own climatic advantages. Senators Tillman and MiLsuriii, of South Carolina, have tendered their resignations, to take effect on November 15 at which time they will go before the people In a joint canvass to allow the peopl...

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 May 1901

it Our Spices, Flavorings, Extracts, Etc. Are not a hap hazard collection of odds and ends, but goods of high quality from the well known makers. We do our best to put them within easy reach by selling at reasonable prices. They are like our celebrated ....C. Sl S. Coffees and Lipton Teas.... Can'i be Beat. Fine Table Peaches, Apricots, Blueberries, Pears Etc. Sliced Dried Beef Sliced as you want it. Our Crackers are always crisp because they are fresh. Home-grown Strawberries not very plentiful yet, but our price has leen only 10 cents. Repiember the place, Agents Fleischman's Yeast. PrO ... i-jt ." v.: T Our liirjro sliij nient of (larlands has just ar rived ami includes Ranges from $25 up lo $4-0. Cramer Bros. DIM) 1 F.I. LOWS W.OCK lust tliink! a Garland Range for $25.00. MCCORMICK: mOwess, RAKES. ti'. !tt . !'.- "V 'V 'Jx, -i-jry :-tf-jk ' r,". . For Sale by Hair-Kiddle llanlwarc Co. Hew Bicycles Chain Wheels !f2n.0) to $SS.(M) Cliainlcss $50.00 to $75.00. Chainler-s Cuhion 1'i...

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 May 1901

DECORATION DAY It Will Abide is Loot is the nation Endures. ONE DECORATION DAY. fOl'R decades have liaised since the cry of war was raised, and men bur ned forward to prove tde issues to svuica their faith waa jouied. Greater zeal no man can show than t;tat he idler bun aelf aa sacrifice fur truth and country. In more tSan a t'inu...-. .! 1 uir It- proof v-.is tna.V rr MT;im, a ri till .J ta'..e li.e waa c..'.;td an b-j. li..:c 1.1 i..tup..ii- in with t.ie bles-ir h of a i.r;ii.n 1 Juiced to blterty of all. Islocd flmed Im .!y as water n:ter trreat rair.H. Lives ebi ed o it slowly or vent out quickly alter ea-a vulley of ahot. l-egiona were wuunded sorely, only to die Liter of the ahock, or to Imavr od to this lay afflicted by the Lurdcn of the leaden rt.iia.les. So dear and ao priceless the Mewing of a country, one and indivisible. More than two millions of soldiers were eiih'.cd during the civil war on the side of the union, and . bundreda of tliousands id tnose died in t -;e land...

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 June 1901

VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1901. Xo. 9 V An Opportunity FOR Rogue River valley is full of Oil, Natural Gas, Artesian water and other valuatile minerals. Nature's storehouse is bulging out with wealth and only needs the magic hand oi man to unlock and reveal the hidden wealth stored up for the use of the Twentieth Cen tury. Our arid lands will produce wpn ders if we once can procure Arte sian water to supply abundance of water with which to irrigate. Oil and Natural Gas ate the greatest economical fuel of this generation. Shall we let it be dor mant here- in Rogue River valley, while other sections of the country are using nature's storehouses? Oregon cannot be beaten any where in the world, for natural Gas, Oil or Artesian water. Rogue River valley is truly the Italy of America. Here we have the finest climate, the best apples, the largest peaches and the prettiest girls. Shall the people of Grants Pass forever continue to drink the slime aud...

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. — 6 June 1901

AAA. ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PA88, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates : On Tsar, In sdvanc, tiii Months, TLrea Months, binflt Copie, - ii a .& M .06 Advertising Rates rfirnUbfl on application at the ofiirc, or by mail. A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. & Mnob FRED MENrSCH. Editor Entered at tbe pout office at Grant l'f U re eon. a second-class mail matter. THURSDAY, JUNE , 1901. The Dougla County Cititea it the mm of new paper ut founded al Kiddle br W. D. Prill. Riddls I li e ball-war point between Grant I'ate and. tboush a imall u'are. is a point ' I considerable importance. Govt t nor McSweeney, oi 8onlb Cro- lina rejected the retignaliont of (Senator Tillman and McLiurin to (live them time lo consider their action. He be lieve! them to be eicilrd and ill give theinan opportunity to calm themselves. Tbe Cuban, convention accepted tbe Halt imrndmentby a tmall majority but made nme alteration! to it wliii b the L'nited State ! not disposed to allow. Tbe administra...

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 June 1901

1 t m. Our Spices, Flavorings, Extracts, Ltc. Are not a hap hazard collection of odds and ends, but goods of high quality fiom the well known makers. We do our best to put them within easy reach by selling at reasonable prices. They are like our celebrated ....C. & S. Coffees and Upton Teas.... Can't be Beat. Fine Table Peaches, Apricots, Blueberries, Tears Etc. Sliced Dried Beef Sliced as you want it. Our t rackers are always crisp because they are fresh. Unite grown Strawberries not very plentiful yet, but our price has been only 10 cents. Remember the place, ..WHiTE HOUSE GROCERY..' Agents Fleischnian's Veast. flow; is the Time .To 1'iiy Garden Hose and Lawn Sprinklers to keep the proen'jrrass prowinr. I lose t)c per Foot and up. ';; '-y V-V: :' '--:: y -fx .-, Our 9c Cotton Hose is gtiaranteed. Cramer Bros. oiMi hollows li.ihk tiAiaVNU KA.ViKS. IIAIilTOlti) lilCYCI.K: MOWERS, r: For Sale by Ifciir-ll iridic Hiinbvare Vu. vS35.00 P.tiys a .New Crescent Chaiiilcss Bicycle '98 ...

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 June 1901

GROWING EAR DRUMS How Specialists Will Restore Bear lng of a Young Heiress. Yaaac Mrdlcal Stadtat Wrllaa Iroai Vlaaaa Trillin of tat Woaasrfal kill Taat llaa Cam ta ta A 14 af Miss Alia HockeftlUr. That the (oremoil tprtialiat of Eu rope ere tfrcwin? ti rsr driimi for Miss Alta Koclttfrilrr. IhnlanRhter of John D. UiA-lii-ft-Urr, is th nniiirknbl disclosure tiiad in u .t-t t-r Irmn a oung medical stiiilem. ih.m in if una. to hi family in (.'.rvc'r.nif. il. Ilr says: "On n( I In- tnot .i!cnh:ni( med ical cater r.rie is thai of ::. Km kefel ler. Klie i lieinx in Hi-il I . 'lie tht greatest doctors in II. e w rid. 1 nerd uotgolntoa technit':ilc!rr.-i i, tionof the me. Iitt ii ;t a niiplit) f inite one. Tbe)- tell ii hire Ihat the surgeons ar gronitiK i.rH liiaphruina car rlrurus in the ffirl'a ears. "Such a feat ha only Iteen accom plished once or twice liefer, and tbe whole tiling n.nti pi a profound set-ret here. .M Rockefeller's defect of hearing icriilled fruui u n attack of acarle...

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. — 13 June 1901

Mm mntitt VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901. Wo. 30 An Opportunity FOR nvestment Rogue River valley is full of Oil, Natural Gas, Artesian water and other valuatile minerals. Nature's storehouse is bulging out with wealth and only needs the magic hand of man to unlock and reveal the hidden wealth stored up for the use of the Twentieth Cen tury. Our at id lands will produce won ders if we once can procure Arte sian water to supply abundance of water with which to irrigate. Oil and Natural Gas ate the greatest economical fuel of this generation. Shall we Jet it be dor mant here in Rogue River valley, while other sections of the country are using nature's storehouses? Oregon cannot be beaten any where in the world, for natural Gas, Oil or Artesian water. Rogue River valley is truly the Italy of America. Here we have the finest climate, the best apples, the largest peaches and the prettiest girls. Shall the people of Grants Pass forever continue to...

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. — 13 June 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER grists riss, OREGON. Published Evory Thursday. Bubaorlptlon Ratasi One Year, In sdvsrce, khr Months, Ttrea Months, tingle Copies, 1 25 .06 .36 .1 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the office, or by mall. A. E. VOOBHIES, I'roi-r. & Mngr FRED MENSCH, - - Editor Entered at the pout oOice at Grants I'as, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901. Crescent City peop'f have petitioned Senator Perkins to use his influence with the l'ost office department to secure a 24 hour msil schedule between that town and Grants Pass. At present two days are required for the trip, the mail being held over night at Waldo. Tao prominent Frenchman induced in a desperate duel with swords in Paris on June 7. After 10 safe and scratchless rounds, the parties ailjonred till the (olowing day. The second session ifas more calamitous; one prodded his adversary in the fore arm, blood flawed and honor was satisfied. A pinion play was presented last week on the...

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 June 1901

i' ii. H r'-i f 1 li f 5 GOOD .MONEY SAVED at the ..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY . . Some interesting points about DRIED FRUITS Our Evaporated Peaches are better than a great many of the canned kind and are much cheaper at S,1 ie per pound. IIet we've ever hid. Four pounds of best Diied Apples for 25c; (They are from good sour apples, and we know who did the drying). Petite prunes that are extra good large and sweet at 5c. Some fine Columbia Pitted Plums at 7c. I'ruit Jars lots of 'eni Sun Fruit Jats glass Covers Self and examine them Fresh Fruits and iiiiie noose urocory liiiifiatij 1$ I loo IvS, 'AT Lines, I-oles, Flies. ,-. Do You If you do and want to luinr lot ns make you a select inn st roam lisiiuiir. 0 what you need. Cramer I UH Kl'.l.l.ew KIFLFS MCGORMIG1 -a SjvL' -?'Z '-f Ir Sale by Hair-lliddle'lli! The Cost of a Crescent Is eoverod liy its uireliase rk''. feeding dt illars into the repairman' in a satisfactory condition. CRESCENT Ate tile "ai.i.-ls '.ii it in! st THE - s ' -v FOR...

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. — 13 June 1901

WINTER SPORT. I uw to-dav a fledeome t-ht 1 atood upon a Mil Wlloa gents lop extends far dews Beyond the allent mill; An! now and tea had mad t peaa A (lorloua on to coast. And half a hundred vlrl aad ojra Wan out a marry hoat. Soma itadi wer shod with ahlnlaf tl And dackad with rad and Mua; And soma war mad by ua stilled kaada. Tat pd rlcht swiftly, too. And rud toboggans, loadad wall' With happy children, mad Their daring trip, th nolay craws Laughing and uaafrald. I aaw 1s marry HttVs girl In an unbroken train Oo coasting down without a eladl I looked, and tooked win; And they climbed tha hill, I taw Each carried In her hand Juet tht a kitchen dust-pan. Broad, tron and weU-Japaaaecl. Bark mounted, and around kar feet Tucked carefully ker gown. Then on thla cutter, queer but Seat, Triumphantly rode down. Safely they rode, with Joyoua shout. They emed to like It w.: Though kow tkey awered-U funny erari I'm aura I eannot sell. -Mary t. QlUem, In ToutV. Cotnixoioa. Mrs. WAY-DOWN' BLU...

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 June 1901

VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901. Ko. 31 An Opportunity FOR Investment Rncnie River vallev is full of Oil Natural Gas, Artesian water and other valuable minerals. Nature's storehouse is buleine out with wealth and ouly needs the magic hand of man to unlock and reveal the hidden wealth stored up tor the use ol the 1 weutiein cen tury. Our arid lauds will produce won ders if we once can procure Arte sian water to supply abundance of water with wriicti to irrigate. Oil and Natural Gas aie the greatest economical fuel of this generation. Shall we let it be dor mant here in Rogue River valley, while other sections of the country are using nature's storehouses? Oregon cannot be beaten any where in the world, for natural Gas, Oil or Artesian water. Rogue River vallev is trulv the Italv of America. Here we have the finest climate, the best apples, the largest peaches and the prettiest eirls. Shall the people of Grants Pass forever continue to drtnlc ...

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 June 1901

ROGUE RiVER COURIER GRAXT-f Ka., OfcEVy.f. Ptit.'.:sHe-a Every Thurvdajr. tVufcacript-on fftfc: fK Tear, ia r-lrm I: 2. si X. It, Advertitir fcata Fsnuli o x; jvj el it off-', or rr.ED x Zt.'Jt!i at ii j'-o '!. ira.-u !' 0(g7ti, - tars.-,'!-' -aw - UJIST. 7 5:o-,'r-J.y. JINK I'. Jl- K-rrftf i'.ifn of M e. gtr, of f.Iy.ta' it err i'-tt.j i.l i at VIM WMt'l eat i; .". -J tO I.t caiy ! k'.srt Fi.i.', Jsm 4, M b.r.Litj 'A lu ran aid ri'ii. 1-' ' . ; i li u!.xt of ike g. H - rfy Lit r ot Jt Ur iw r-favt ! Ici dj trtt Ik tfcKT it i tka! d;i . f 7-y,o.tiL f,r-r 'J tk jf.r-t Kauirvk 1!. lt.if.it I! bos'-J k g'ta" tMUi rare ei'fa 'Mr Atn-riraB jeft C-x.fi'-.k' r, efot t: A'ltMc. 71-1 mr.:,i kt ii.-rr of a r.;f-.ab f'tUit li.o t:.e ifcww ra in bin ei.ar.rr bi to targe s tgcr. .-Sjiu it Kin after Im .Uiuia ar.d it tVr.t tk ge.t -r tkat trer tan. ovrr fr'.nj Br.Ui-i ll trot 'ai.t iirr. for th Ao-eriiai.t t' a r", to make kir.n in'rrettir g. A raiiuika .o are Utoinirg rarer m tin.- gora on ui it...

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 June 1901

GOOD MONEY SAVED at the ..WHITE HOUSE GROCERY . . Some interesting points about . DRIED FRUITS Our Evaporated Peaches are better than a great many of the canned Jciud and are much cheaper at 8,'ic per pound. Best we've ever had. Four pounds of best Dried Apples for 25c; (They are front good sour apples, and we know who did the drying). Petite prunes that are extra good large and sweet at 5c. Some fine Columbia Pitted Plums at 7c. Fruit Jars lots of 'em. Masons Jars'and the celebrated Vacuum Sun Fruit Jats glass Covers Self Sealing nothing better made. Call and examine them . Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily. White House Grocery GardenHose Hose Nozzles Sprinklers HOW NICE IT LOOKS- To see a well kept lawn and garden with everything fresh and green. You may have yours in this condition by rotting a piece of Garden Hose. It will save all carrying of water and keep your house cool at night. We have a guaranteed hose at 9 cents per foot. Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS KLOCK KIFLKS. mccormice:...

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 June 1901

5 ft Big Show Comim FRANK E. GIUSWOLD'S I-AVI LION RAILROAD "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" Will Exhibit at Grants Pass Saturday, June 22, 1961 I ,r:F ! ' 1 v. i. I r&' Tliist cDinii.inv (allien beautiful Miecial Hcencry and nf ilir finoKt Imnds and orclieEtra.s on the road. This com pany has been organized nt an actual cost of $20,000 and should not bo confounded with other HO-called companies playing thin piece. Admission, Children, HUMMOSH. Ia Die Circuit Court of tin Hlale ot Oregon lor Joaepliiiie County R V. l"rtt, Plaintiff, vs Horace O. Williams, nJ Lissie Williams, franklin K. Whiltaker, and Lluie A. Whiltaker, M.W.Kapy and Virginia Espy, J. B. Espy and Carrie Espy and L. L. Jewell, Defendants. ) To Franklin K. Whiltaker. Lisrie A. Whltlaker, J. It Espy and Carrie Espy, the defendants aboye named : In the name ol the Stale ol Oregon you and each ol you are required to appear iu the abovt) entitled Court and auawer the complaint tiled aicaiust you In the aliove entitled euit on or M...

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 June 1901

v r v' V "s V V- V- v Hi' V-V VOL. XVII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1901. No. 32 An Opportunity FOR Investment Rogue River valley is full of Oil, Natural Gas, Artesian water and other valuable minerals. Nature's storehouse is bulging out with wealth and only needs the magic hand of man to unlock and reveal the hidden wealth stored up for the use of the Twentieth Cen tury. Our arid lands will produce won ders if we once can procure Arte sian water to supply abundance of water with which to irrigate. Oil and Natural Gas aie the greatest economical fuel of this generation. Shall we let it be dor mant here in Rogue River valley, while other sections of the country are using nature's storehouses? Oregon cannot be' beaten any where in the world, for natural Gas Oil or Artesian water. Rogue River valley is truly the Italy of America. Here we have the finest climate, the best apples, the largest peaches and the prettiest girls. Shall the people of Grants Pass ...

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. — 27 June 1901

ROGUE RIVER COURIER G1UNTS TAPS, OREGON. - Published Evry Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in f dvare, Six Months, 'i'Lree Months, bingle Copies, - fl 25 .5 .35 Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the oflloe, or by mail. A. E. VOOKIUES, l'Koi'lt. 4 Mnor FRED MKNSCH, - Editor Entered at the pout office at Oranta I'a-B, Oregon, an set-oiiu-ciassinau inauer. ' THUItSDAY, JUNE 27, 111. The Ft. Hall reaervalioti in Idaho will ioon be thrown open to settlement. This reservation conlaini quite an eres ol desirable lands. The total area is (170,000 acres. Nearly all the land can be irrigated. The surveys a ill be com pleted by September 30. The insurgent Filipino general, Cailles, hag surrendered t lie last (one ol iuior tiuii'e to hold out against American authority. Caillcn surrendered OoO men and ftOtf rifles. Ofllcers and men public ly took the oatli f allegiance to the Uniltd Htatci. One renegade American soldier who had been acting as lieuten ant under Cailles surrend...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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