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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 1 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS OREGON. MARCH 1, 17. Fine Footwear for Women Gunmtntal Shoes for the Street The reliability of our secret of our success. The larro increase of lor the year 1005 is, duo that our cus ciato the val a ii (1 know will bo right R. L. HOWARD BUII.DINO ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PA88, OREGON. COUNTY OFFICIAL FA PER. Published Every Friday. Subscription Rateai One Year, In advance, II. SO Hli Months, .76 Three Months, ... .40 blngle Copies, .OS 1 Advertising Races Furnished on application at the office, or by mail. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence will be charged for aloe per line; oard of tliankefiOo. A. E. VOOKHIE8, Prop. Entered at the post office at Grants I'sss, Orernn, as second-class mall matter. FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1B07. COMING EVENTS. Mar. 3, Katurday-Basket Ball at the opera home. O. P. H. H. girls ts. local lr Is and U. P. H. H. boys Ti. Med ford H. 8. Mar. (I, Wednesday Nettie the News Ulrl, at the opera house. Mar. 7, Thursday Reilar meet...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 1 March 1907

.1 . , win nrf tamTt rnntnmg you l""', ,: America (trocer. rUnes Primes Prunes Let p6',te8' ( wup 0f 1906, le IllrD in our winuow, MM.,Hs for 11 while they last. .. Hried Apples per pound, 8ko L Evaporated Apples, per pound, I I Ax Evaporated Peara, per ponnd, 10 to 12,HiC ndj California White Figs. 25o. Und! California biacK igs, ssoc. rpoited iutsibu Canned Goods L Ramona Tomatoes, good, 10c. .-nieitra good sugar corn, zso. L early June Peas. 25c. m string Beans, 450 L Ashland Pears, 20c. ... rellow Crawford Peaches, 25c. L diced Apricots, 20o. L diced Pine Apple, 25c. .. American Sardines, 25c. vpoond can inuBtard Sardines, 15c. id Cove Oysters, 10c. hgl little Dec viaui, uui uiiuuou, !5fc in Clam juice, 15o. Lni CaniDbles Soups, 25c. L Booth's Broiled Mackerel, 25o. It Alaska Salmon, 10c. Lit Columbia River red salmon, IS. 20. 2oo. Ltort sod Fresh canned orab, 25c. Lioe Blue-Point Oysters 1 and 2 mnnd cans. Lue River salt Salmon per ponnd, 8c h Saperior White Fjsh, 2 lor Zoo. Ma...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 1 March 1907

9 Beverly of m. .w r. . a - w ' " s- liGraustarki-srB ' (Continued from last week.) Th:: lulul-te n:;.1 tiie lords and la dles of the rustle were assembled In the room when Huron T'hiikIosh ap peared with the courier from the pris on. Count Mar lain was iiiIshIiik. He tui on bis way to the fortress, a crushed, furious. Impotent old man. In bin quarters bo was to sit and wait for the blow that be knew could not be averted. In fear and despair, biding bis pain and Ids shame, be was rack ing bis brain for means to lessen the force of that blow. He could withdraw tbe charnex uRnliiKt Baldos, but be could not soften the words be bad laid and written of Keverly Calhoun. Ho was not troubling himself will fear be cause of the adventures In the cbapel and passage. He knew too well bow Yetlvc could punish when her heart was bitter against an evildoer. Grau litark honored and protected lt wo men. The warden of tbe dungeons from which Culirlcl bad escaped mouths be fore reported to tbe princess...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 1 March 1907

"1 ROGUE RIVER COURIER. ORANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 1, 1907. 4 j'jHEflE MILLIONS GROW IN BUNCHES ...GOLDFIELD... Wonder of the .A i! 4.1 A. Af TMMni i ig do question that GOLDFIELD 18 net niiTiH CAMP ON EAR1H. distinction Dy lease . .:.,,, ion nv iHftHerB who nave cieanen nn n.ini...... mst two years auu wm uu ieu oi minions more in the com imr vear. 5584,246JI j9 the eiot ainoont of a check received by HAYES and MOXNETTE for 47 tons of ore, paid to thetn by the Solbv Smelting and Lead Company. January 21, 11)07. The f,mr who Werrf interested in this lease on the Mohawk made almost a uilliou dollars each from the ore shipped since August 1, l'jus. 1,H9 secured three leases on some of the most valuable, ground jn (he immediate section of the famousM OHAWK. One lease is on the Northwest end of the VELVET, cun-idered by ex- peri!) " . , t. ----- a .wn C Ja ,u uly csnip. There are. at least, three vems of pay ore, known to cr0f8 this ground, proved by diamond drills and snrrouadiug worki...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 1 March 1907

GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 1, 1907. KOGUI RIVKk COURIE. i I J. Pardee Staple anc' Fancy Groceries Garden Seeds, Onion Sets, Poultry Food, Cround Bone Grit and Shell Chick Feed for the Little Chicks Front Ftreot , near Palace Hoto OKA NTS I'ASS, OKK. TELEPHONE 863 Prof. T. J. Harrison hat Just been offered the prlnclpalship of the. Pen dleton High School at an advanced alary and on the Slut handed in nil renif(nation an principal of the Oranti Paul hint' Bchool. A special meeting of the achool board h held Monday evening to consider the resignation and it wm decided to accept it to tare effect within 80 dayi, the board pledging Itself to relieve him sooner if posslhle to leonre a satisfactory teacher before that time. There were three application! presented at the meeting but no action was taken on them as more application are ei peoted before the next mooting which will occur on the first Monday in March. Prof. Harrison baa beeu a teacher in the Oranta Pau Schools for the past two y...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

VOL. XXII. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAkCH 8, 1907. No, 49. OREGON AUDUBON SOCI ETY MAKES STATEMENT Defeat of the Perkins House Bill No. 367 s.rtd the R.ee.son. FOR GRAZING PERMITS ON FOREST RESERVES FRUIT GROWERS TO MEET AT GRANTS PASS GRANTS PASS HIGH SCHOOL NEWS POINTS ON SPRAYING FOR FRUIT GROWERS l rull Pe9t LolW fo Be R-,Brou9ly Enforced; It Is Spray or Cut Down thti Trees He,er in the biBtory of the frnit icduetry in Josephine county has there been such a general cleaning up 0f orchards and spraying of frnit trees ind shrubbery as has been done this Winter and Spring. And the farmers e not alone in this war on pests for presidents of Grains Pass are hav the fruit trees, shrubbery and ..a. boshes in their yards well iprsyed aud this city bids fair to no longer be a breeding place for mill ions of pests to swarm forth to bring destruction aud loss to the orchards $ the farmers. While it is not pos jjble tbe first year to eradicate the pelts from the orchard...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

.tc tacq OREGON. MARCH 8. 1907. PROFESSIONAL CARDS; POINTS ON SPRAYING from the ravage of these bird. Bat I have said before, we are reposed M. FINDLEY, M. D. Practlc limited to EY E EAR, KOBE and THROAT. Glasses fitted and furnish!. Office hour 8 to 12; 2 to ; aad om ap pointment. Talophonaa 281 and 77. GvAMTS PAM, OaB0 Continued from first page. 1)R. J. C. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Phones, Offloe 365; Has. 1181. Residence oor. 7th and D atroeta. Office at Natioaal Vrut Store. GaAiTt Pass, - - Oaauo )R. W. F. KREMER PHYSICIAN AND 8 U KG EON Offlia In Courier Building. Oflii phone 91 1, residence 413. K) Ualed aud glMM fitted. GhantsPas, - - Ojiwioii. g LOUGIIRIDGIi, M. D. Oitv or country call r day. Klxth and H, luff's building. Office Phono 31. GbahTH I'ash - . Oaioow. (Jmruhatitm amd Acuminatum Frt CMrm A (hnfmmrnt Out a Svmilto. CLARA BASHAW, D. O. ANN ETTA HHCKWITH. D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS 602 D Street GaT Fass, Oaaotn. Graduates of American Bcbool of Oa teopakhv, Kirfcs...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

,. ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 8. 1907. feat w ZSrm It fmm S HOW TO MAKE GOVERN MENT WHITE-WASH Is D vi r able. Easily Made, Cheup vnd Requires No Skill to Apply it. Ik They usually want something from the pantry You remember the hunger you had -Home cooking counts for much in the child's health; do not imperil it with alum food by the use of poor .baking powder. Have a delicious, pure, home-made muffin, cake or biscuit ready when they come in. To fre sure of the purity, you must use Royal makes a difference in your homea difference in your health a difference in your cooking. ROYAL is absolutely Pure. r ff. C. T. U. COLUMN. Ill matter for thin column Is supplied m tfai Josephine County Woman's Chris 7 . I - : V I f n I UU leniperauuv umuu, i. um i. x, Lt- Bruicbes. MAKE FOR HAPPINESS. Khen you near of good in people- tell it: Wben you hear a tale of evil quell it. Let the goodness have the light, Pot the evil ont of sight, Mike the world we live in bright, Like ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

ROGUE RfVKR COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 8, 1907. Hew Spring Styles in Shoes R. L. IIOWAKD BUILDING ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Friday. Subscription One Year, in advance, HI i Month, Three Months, Single t'opies, Rates: ll.M) .76 .40 .Oft Advertising Races Furnished on application at the office, or by mall. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence will he charged for al fie per line; sard of thanks fiOc A. E. VOORIIIES, Prop. Entered at the post o ill re at Oranta t'sss, Oregon, as second-class mall mailer. FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1107. MORE LAND INCLUDED IN FOREST RESERVE Hard on Locaters and Timber Seekers but Belter for the Miners. By the order of President Roosevelt made Monday all the timber laud iu the United States ou vacant land is placed In forest reserves. As Bontli em Oregon Is tlmliered section this nuts all the government land in the reserve except odd tracts in the settle incuts. The object of this sweeping order of the president is to nav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

. A mrnmre evmthino vou RUNES 30 ft for $1 Lt petite, (not oia stock) crop F- .1 i- j 106. see mrui iu uur wiuuuw, mooondB for fl while they last. .Sod dried Apple per pound, 8o t Ertporated Apples, per pound, llV. LtEraporated Pears, per pound, 10 to 12JsC. mil California White Figs, 25c. lii Cali furnia black Figs, 25o. lotted Turkish Figs, 25o and 80c. nona Tomatoes 10c uieitrs good sugar Corn, 25o. tiMrly June Peas, 25c. Li string Beans, 25c Cishland Pears, 20c. u vellow Crawford readies, 25o. u sliced Apricots, 20o. u diced Pine Apple, 25o. jmAmrican Sardines 25c round can mustard Sardines, 15c. IkCovtOysterilOc Li little neck Clams, not minced, iSc ,3 Clam juice, 15o. i3i, Caiupbles Soups, 25c. id Booth's Broiled Mackerel, 25o. LAIuka Salmon 10c 'it Columbia River red salmon, !S, 20, 25n. ttrgand Fresh canned orab, 25c. bine Blue-Point Oysters 1 and 2 poind cans. but River Salt Salmon per lb, 10c b Superior White Fish, 2 for 25o. Mackerel, 12,' to 15o. rted bloaters, 5 cents e...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

.m"w-jMxwi Beverly of SGraustarkri (Oontiimed frorajiutweek. ) flreKM, not rlrliea ami wine. It will be"- Itiit kIm- plared her hnnd upon till II lilt, slinking her head emphatically. The picture he who palutlng wan the lame one that she liuil atudled for day and daya. Its very Bhuduvv was fa miliar to her, lta every unwholesome eorner waa as plutn aa day. "The nut of the world may think what It likes, 1'anl," alio aald. "It will make no difference to trie. I hare awnlcened from my dream. My dream prince la gone, '"' ' I'"1 t,,Ht real man that I love. What would you have me do? Give you up bocaae you are. HKir? Or would you have me go up tho luildcr of fame and prosperity with you, a hunilile hut adoring bur den? I know you, dear. You will not always he poor. They may aay what they like. I have thought long anil well, heentiMO I am not a fool. It la the American girl who miirrliw the titled foreigner without love that la a fool. Marrying a poor mini la too seri oua a IiiikIiicnn to ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

V Cnder the Window Sash 1 pattbeui White, J. qcD APPLEBY was 15, tall, strong 4 'rom Philadelphia, while Tom I, n was one year younger and from '. York; but during the summer, the fi,hvs and the Wiltons occupied ad- WtU t T.ake Ilearh. unit rirg COHb- ' if" ? i Tnm nlwnvs&et oft thpir - f .tru - rib of JuIy firecrBckers together. 'fit former seemed to know how to , .imost everything, from construct " big kile t0 sailinB" a boat; so, 3f .. Wiltons decided to take a flit's trip t0 tne biie tnoun- ' . ....n.ll.J .1,... Ijftn 8UU Were tuuitiitu lu auui uf . ...... rtunnlime. a& the servants deir dou?c Mtpectediy left in a body, it was :jite natural that Tom should ask '.y0u renu mber how angry that Eng :a coaL-1: iiKin was when father dis Lil biiu last week?" he hurriedly , .... i.,.f,. v, ,..,;.. i..f. Jut' our all going off, and, although j.e:i, ue iwtj - " .ja from mc uy, uuy. ou jut at tliat moment the cars moved j and Tom had to ruu for tbem. freJ however, fully comprehende...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER . nvMt PASS. OREGON, MAKglMg a vvkv11 i J. Pardee Stalpe and Fancy Groceries Garden Reeds, Ouion Sets, Poultry Food, Ground Bone Grit and Shell I Chick Feed for the Little Chicks Wllderville Orchardiets Want Telephones. J. H. Robinson, the well knwn or chardist and nurseryman of Wilder villi), was in Grants Pus Tuesday with a wagon load of applet which he sold in the local market at a good , price. Mr. Kobinsoo stated that be . ir1 had irnod demand for trees this I Uveitis an1 thut mnro frtit treea have Ry Mr. Kinney Sell Timber. The long peoding sale of the Hilt Sugar Pine Company 'holdings of Um ber land was consummated this week, the porohers being the Northern California Lumber Company. This sale Includes 6.500 acres of valuable timber near Hiit, CaL. and lying ltMn two to fonr miles of the S. P. THE CITY COUNCIL HOLDS MEETING Appoint. Park Committee Asks Commercial Club to Co-opere-te. end a saw mill of 40,000 capacity, a npr.UR aua - ""-"- ,, mlll w.ted at ...

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. — 15 March 1907

1 Iter VOL. XXII. VISITOR PRAISES OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS . I C 1 1 D 1 nd Corp of Excellent Tetvchers. j, Editor A friend said to me othor day "Grants Pass may well nroud of lier pablio schools, taken ,11 in all they compare favorably with Tof like grades on this coast sorely , t the preient rate of progress vfill soon raua uujuug wie uesi it country over." it pieasea nie to MTemy friend say this, for he is a dew observer, besides he had voiced ,r own opinion fully. Iteoee wimuui. suiug, miib gives ,ell deserved praise to our excellent Jiool board or tue t)road generous . i i : 1 1 i jjjcj and gooa uusiueiss uieuious i1.D in their efforts io give us of be best, polioy that has, looked be- tend the present and works for the itore s well, we sr provided rih boildings whion meet present itedi two of which are up-to-date in arti for the work and of archi wtoral beauty our buildings are all .f them brick structures and well The older or high school sjilding, although large, will doubt leuis ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

cnr! MARCH IS. 1907 ROGUE RIVER COURIER. fRANla rAaa. PKOFESSIONAL CABDS f C. FINDLEY. M. D. Practice limited to EYE EAR, NOPE and THROAT. Glasses fitted and furnished. Office hours 9 to 12; 2 to 5; nd on ap pointment. Telephones 361 and 77. bSAIITS Pass, Onion- I JJR. J. C. SMITH j PHYSICIAN AND BURG BON Phones, Offloe 3TV); Itot. 1181. ! Residence oor. 7th and D streets. Oflloe at National Drus-Store. G BANTS PM, " OBSGrt )R. W. F. KREMER j PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Offliso In Courier Building, ofiloe phono 911, residence 413. F.yu tented and glum Sited. GhAnth Pami, - OuitmiK. g LOUGHRIDGK, M. D. PHYHICIAN AND HUKGKON Rs Phone 714 City or country call attended night or day. Kixth and 11, Tuff s building-. Olfioe Phone 211. Grants Pass . Obkooh. Chdiirm A Oonjmment 1'hm (hntullttiim and Emmtmation J im CLARA BASHAW, D. O. ANNETTA BtfCKWITH. D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS , 602;D Street Gsarts Pahs, Oasoon. Graduate of Amorlcn School of Os teopathy, Ki'ksville, Mo. JDWARD H. WHITE, DOCTO...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MARCH 15. 1907 1 womb mtrxv&m gen Ve, Wl 3 Djftj1 i a a ipeCreamTartarw The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking rowaer is to save a few cents in price. CJ ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos- p..ic u. umc powders, but it is worth far more than the difference to keep vour biscuits. ralrc j r. r. -l. ' anu pasnjr ncc nuiii uic injurious infects of these cheapening substitutes. Continued use of Alum means permanent injury to health. Avoid Alum Ailments Say plainly Wl I V A I DA VIMr fJ ACTUALLY CURES CATARRH Deme.ray' FtvJth in Hyomei is to Strong Ha Sella it Under Guarantee. Demaray backs op his faith in Hyomei as a cure for catarrh and bronchial troubles with a positiTe (aarantee that if it dues not core, the money will be refunded. Hyomei is baaed on natures way of curing catarrh. It contains concen trated healing oils and gams of the pine woods, prepared in such form that they c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. a PASS. OREGON. MARCH 15 1907. Hew Spring Styles in Shoes R. L. JIOWAKD BUILDING ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREUON. Published Every Friday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in advance. Mil Month". Tli rue Mouths, Single Copies, lino .76 .40 .OA Advertising Races Furnished on application at the oftice, or by mall. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence will be charged fur at fie r line; eard of thank fiuo. A. E. VOORIIIES, Prop. Entered at the post ofllre at Grant !'", Oregon, as enoni-claa mall matter. FIWDAY, MARCH in, 1907. FREE TELEPHONING TO APPLEGATE VALLEY Applet ate Vellev Telephone Com pany to Have Their System Working Next Week There was an attendance of about 0 farmers and stockmen at Profolt last Monday to attend the niestllig of the Applegate Valley Telephone Com Juy and to meet M. J. Ander on, supervisor of the Siskiyou and Ashland for en t reserves, who had ao compauiod Charles Menerve from Urania Pans on the latter' invitation that lie might...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

ni veigh and mramre everything you 0"' fat."- American (Grocer. PRUNES 30 lb for $1 R Interest. ft ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON, MARCH 15, 1907. t-'rW r T-i r. tiaaville, the 01 ,De biKl. school from Salem Monday Mrs. Fred Gun i pert :t peHtes, (uot old stock) crop of 1906, see them id oor window, 30 wands for $1 while they last, Si(eSaD dried Apples per pound, 8o Evaporated Apples, per pound, 10c. 5,,! Evaporated Pears, per ponnd 10 to 12,'v'c. Cilifornia White Figs, 25o, 1 pgaods California black Figs, 25o. lajorted Turkish Figs, 25c and 80c. from Tomatoe 10c Ictot extra good sugar Com, 25o. lain early June Peas, 25c, lanistriDf! Beans, 25o lela Ashland Pears, 20o. idj yellow Crawford Peaches, 25c. M(llred Apricots, 20o. rin sliced Pine Apple, 25o. I am Amtrican Sardines 25c lypoond can mustard Sardines, 15c. ijk Cove Oysters 10c mi little neck Clams, not minced, Be. Ian Clam juice, 15c. Ictus, Cauipbles Soups, 25c. an Booth's Broiled Mackerel, 25c. a Alaska Salmon 10c...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

For Spot Cash By MarlKa. MtCulloch -William Copyright, 1104, by ll.mr Kpragu 1 WOMAN hlKlm, "I wlh.' A mini should fay, 'I will.'" Norrl rcud from an old commonplace book, adding, with a Utile lauh; "Lord, how thlt generation discount Unit fine piece of Bulwer's sentimentality! Women now aday have got pust sighing anything-. Instead they nay thing, and, behold, the thlnga are done," ; "Wlili:b uicnn, If anything, that you're dead sore," Marvin retorted, pullltiK hard at hi pipe. "I don't won der at It," he went ou. "You were o Injniortally certuln Ilaby Currau would make ducka and drake of her venture. When, lo, six..' succeeded In a way to atoulHh everybody." "Wrong, a a uaiuil," NorrlH comment ed. Marvin Nliook hla bead, with a lazy IuukIi, saying: "George, but I'm (lad Ixiddy Cumin left nothing but debta and a livery (table to hla dork Of children. There wn nothing for Baby to do excel keep on with the business" "There waa. Hhe might have mar ried me," Norrla Interrupted. "Sue kn...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

!.,uue ,,m p th R0CgRiyKR CODRIES. GRANTS PASS. OREGON, MARCH IS, 1907. a "ea. ner face hidden in h.. I Iect then, that in oonmder.tinn f X hands. Bohhint? vir.luni v r 'uicuiir. uji iriiH-ninir -., : i v ", I1U1U 111 I IFMWM L 1 1 1 v vnn Trapping a BLACKMAILER j UP . hi. thZhU ' Tlhli I V P btackU yon wiU . - -wuuircace Ol s: How mi he?" bit. v -l , the way. j ,oure e- r?'r,n,t Bay lo' I , .it ritfht; not altered uied 't4fr you- nd ld 10 him to you if I ever .aw Lid Wilton. 3t (rtllW" 1 til juit going 7 " " other," and B hearty buret of - in.iiltanann.lw ter rang L both men. laot up. y,u two WloU," I ex- . 1 1 III . "anu v' bchbiuij. ii job it a joke there between you I, on and don't be greedy." it(1I1 aa a chief officer in the Columbian line, and had seized lfportumty ol ma antp being LJ to run up anu see me, wnnst ,r wai a young aocior ana an "uhoolfellow of both of, ua. jdl," laid Archer, "Una took L some two yeara or eo ago. I in treaty lor a poet aa amp a ,r and one day when ...

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