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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 March 1907

J. Pardee Stalpe anrf Fancy Groceries Garden Seeds, Onion Sets, Poultry Food, Ground Bone , Grit and Sbcll Chick Fjel for the LiUle Chicks 1 Front Street., near rulaee Hote GRANTS I'ASH, OHK. TELEPHONE 65 tvwwvwvwvwv Oar high ocliool baa recently pur chased a Kroll piano from tlio (Joan I'iano from the Com Piano House of Houthern Oregon. Teac-heri and pupila are moch pleaaed with the luntrument and wiah to iodorHe It highly an a very auperior and sat IhF Botory luttiruiuent. K. B. TURNER, Boot. 8-8 4t A. E. HARRIHON, Prin. K U H L I I tblok that Pron.lt li on the road to Paradlne. 'Hie Widow MoDanieli of Provolt liai been very alok recently. John Meuk of this pao li working for Clinton Cook of Applegate. Tomnile Peteraon was Tilting friuiida"lu'thia vicinity lait week. JfJllutonOook aud son are doing aoiue'eiteiiKlve fanning thia Hpring. K. J. Kubli haa been doing some eiteualve farming the laat few dayi. The Mountiau Lion mine haa abut doJuforafew daya ao the boy will gnt reat. Bar...

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. — 22 March 1907

Btow lifted fteT 1 VOL. XXII. GRANTS PASS TrtiWTTTTVw rnrTiiv t,tvt n,n.., ...... No. 51. HOOD RIVER METHOD OF FINE COMPLIMENT FOR SOME POINTERS FOR COMMISSIONER CARSON ROGUE RIVER FRUIT SHERIFF BELIEVES HE HAS MURDERER MISS GEORGE LEADS IN TELEGRAM CONTEST FIGHTING FRUIT PESTS ROGUE RIVER YALLEY GROWERS TO MEET Inspector Burns $1000 Worth of President Newell of Sta-le Board A Keplv to His Unmanly Screed svnd His Inefficiency Shown Up. In Greets Pe.es. March 30-Ad-dresses by Noted Horticul tural Experts. Man In Custody Answers Descrip tion of Murderer of Deputy Sheriff of Chlco. Imported ScaJey Tree. Los Fe.ll or Nurseryman, Heads the List in the 10-th Dis trict But Needs the Support of Her Friends. of Horticulture Encourages Fruit Growers. ' viutuvii, x-n.iim, iuAa,rl mm, iyJl Bood River after having made a vigorous fight for the past Ave years ,nj has almost completely exterim osted the pests from the orchards of tbat famous mountain locked valley foond themselves threatened last ...

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. — 22 March 1907

KOOUE P tVKR COU.ER. GRAKTC 'W' . -"-- " I ' I " - - --- I At The GOLDEN RULE Store Up to Easter Linen Sale Erery Pries oonceinion that could be ienireil ban been taken advaanURe of. For thene ruasom we will ihow ad unprecedented TarietT of rjtialiti'i and kinda at the umallest iiornible prioi-n. We claim that Price for Prloe, thene Lioent cannot 1)6 matched in Hoothern Oron. $125 Table Linen 95c "2 in. Extra heavy fine atin flniBh nr. warranted pura Linen, per yd 5wl Napkinn to match, 2li2l fall Dinner eize 3.M) value, Hurcial, 0 CQ per dozen v'" 1.00 Hloached Table Linen, 72 in. unil... vrv fine finished all Pnre Lin.-n, the the ifalM 1.K) quality, npoclal per yard Nanklni to mutch, 22x22 hio i QO ial, rr dozen 9li3U 75c 7So Pure Linen Table Linen. 58c Extra miecial in a r'-Hianrunt Hotel, liice Pattrn NnpkinH 20 dozen at, per dozen ...... 00 dozen, lileuotied TowoIh, Red AO border, per doz ... Ow 26 dozen. Hock TowhJh, size li 88, each 69c 9c Long Gloves for Easter i have them in...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 March 1907

Wmm, Makes the finest, light est,best flavored biscuit, hot-breads, cake and pastry Renders the food more digestible and wholesome. HI liu,ivvu HXV Xlllt,Ol JUglll" ' III 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. ACTUALLY CURES CATARRH I Demo, ray ' Fadth Irv Hyomai ia 10 Strong H Sella it Under Gu&ranl;e. Demaray backs op his faith Id Hjomei as a cure for catarrh and bronchial trembles with a positive goarautee that if it does not core, the none; will be refunded. Hyouiei is based on natures way of coring catarrh. It contains concen trated healing oils and gams of the pine woods, prepared iu such form ibat they can be brought into your oirn home, with the same results as tough yon lived out of doors in the Adirondack, and iu this way you em be cured of catarrh, and affections of the nose, throat, and lungs while it home or at work. The complete Hyouiei outfit coits bit l, extra botltes, if needed, may ' obtained for 60o. With Hyomei, aiirrh can be cured pleasantly an...

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. — 22 March 1907

Intcrnnrioi.nl' Correnpondenc School of Hcrnnton, TPit. (lew Spring Styles in Shoes R. L. HOWARD BUILDING ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PAHB, OREGON. Published Every Friday. Subscription Rateet One Year, in advance, II. M Six MunlliN, - .75 Three Monthe, ... .40 Hingis Copies, - - - .06 Advertising Race Furnished on application at the ofre, or by mall. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence will lie charged for at 5c er line ; oard ul thank ISOo. A. E. VOORHIES, I'KOl'K. Entered at the pout oftice at dranta l'aas, Oregon, at aecona-clasa mail matter. FRIDAY. MARCH 22. 1U07. COMING EVI.NTS. Mar. 27 Wednesday, Tamale and New England supper by the Eastern Star at Maaouto buuiiiet ruuiua. Sup per 6o. Mar. 27, Wednesday Tamalu supper at m Maiouio Hall by the Eastern 8 tar. Mar. 21), Friday Bethany Presby terian uieu entertain at the opera lint He. "" ft. . .. - March 80, Saturday Fruit grower! meeting (or Rogue River Valley to lie held lu Grants Pass, to he ad dressed by ieakers from the...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 March 1907

Qov.nl. veiyh "'i measure eventhing you hul-" American Urocer. BIS Qunlity & Price jjmona Tomatoei 10c jeans extra good sugar Corn, 25c. jeans early June Peas, 25o. jeans string Beans, 25o icau Ashland Pears, 20 o. 1 can yellow Crawford Peaches, 25c. lean sliced Apricots, 20o. lean sliced Pine Apple, 25o. 6 cam Amtrican Sardines 25c 1 impound can mnstard Sardines, 15o. fl'hy you should try our Canned Goods. 1st The price is right. 2d The quality is as represented. 3d They are the new seasons pack Eagle Cove Oysters 10c I caDS little neck Clams, not minced, 2.5c. lean Clam juice, 15o. Jeans, Cainpbles) Soaps, 25c. lean Booth's Broiled Mackerel, 25o. I un Alaska Salmon 10c Finest Columbia River red 'salmon, 15. 20, 25o. lobsters and Fresh canned crab, 25c. Genuine Blue-Point Oysters 1 and 2 pound cans, tojut River Salt Salmon per lb, 10c lake Superior White Pish, 2 for J5o. Salt Mackerel, 12 to 15o. Imported bloaters, 5 cents eaoh. I Bars (5c size) fine toilet soap 25c FOnr regula...

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. — 22 March 1907

lMlOFESSlOXAL CABAS XI C. KINDLE Y, M. D. Practice Hrallud to EYK KAB, NOSE and THBOAT. Glass fitted and furnished. Olllce hours S) to 12; 'i to 5; ami oa ap pointment. Telephone 21 and 77. Gbakti Pass, Okkooi. )R. J. C. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Phones, omc :;v; H l -Koeidence for 7th and D streets. Office at National Urur Store. Giiasts Pass, - - Oksooi. JJR. W. F. KRKMER PHYSICIAN AND HUKGKON Office In Courier Bulldinif. Office phone 91 1, residence 413. Eyes Voted and gUaees flttod. ObAntsPas, - Oaao. & LOUGHRIDGE. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND KUIWKON Hi Phone 714 City or country calls attended nleht rday. Hlxthand II, Toff a bunding. Ofnoe Phono ll. Grants Pabh - . Obbook. CHuVirm t (hnfmmnt C-mtultnlum amA Co4- a Svtemlty Ajmwwmo CLARA BASHAW, D. O. ANN ETTA BEdKWITII, D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS IW2 I) Street GsAirrs 1'AHi, - - Orbson, Graduates of American Bcboot of Oa teopathy, KirkaTllle, Mo. JJDWARD H. WHITE, DOCTOK OF LtKNTAL MEDICINE Office Hours 8 t ol2; 1 to 6 Office ov...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 March 1907

PLUCK. Br Uara E. Richards, stJL. tbe Touth'i Companion. Hapriaftaa by " Sp-alal PanoU-jor.) iKr ES," said the ironmaster, "first Y honesty, and then pluck those are me things needful. Speak ing of pluck--" He stopped to answer he summon of the telephone, said y pj," and "No," by turns for five minutes, and then resumed: Speaking of pluck, as you were do in? j"st m,w' ren"mlB me of a story, $t beginning and end of which is that one word." ie settled ourselves in our chairs. jje were sitting in the office of the iron works, and the air was full of lne sound of great hammers, crashing mil pounding; of the sharp hiss of molten metal, and the cleur ring of smitten steel. I was sitting here in this very chair," the ironmaster begun, "one jay about seven years ago. or maybe eight. Time goes so fast 1 hardly try to kei'I' count of it in these days. At any rate, here I was sitting, reading the newspaper, wiien mere came a tooek at the d(xr. "'Come in!' I said; and In walked a itranper. He w...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 March 1907

J. Pardee Stalpe and Fancy Groceries Garden Seeds, Onion Sets, Poultry Food, Ground Bone Grit and Shell Chick Feed for the Little Chicks I Front fctroet., near Palace Ho to (j It A NTS 1'AS.S, ORE. TELEPHONE 865 twwwvwwwwwwww Oar high school has recently pur chased a Krell piano from the Cow Piano from the Coa. Piano House of Southern Oregon. Teacher, and pupil, are ranch pleased with the instrument and wish to indorse it highly a. a very superior and satisfactory intsruiuont. It. It. TURNKK, Hunt. 8-8 4t A. E. IIARHIHON. Prin. All popular .beet niuslo redaoed Uatarday afternoon, March .'10, only Mu.io Htore. Underwear Special, good weight, 76o the uit. Oho. boon Co. Spring H. Oal- "We Give Cfto Best In Quality" DIXON'S New Spring' Merchandise ARRIVING IN ALL DLPAUTMLN1S Scarcity of mcrhaii'.'.isc and high prices will not effect us in the least, as Ave bought practic ally all lines before the advance, and we are now in a position to give you merchandise at last years prices. New Spr...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 March 1907

A A 'jLlL GRANTS PASEPHINB COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAkCH 29, 1907. N(V M. flfljIT POINTERS FOR ROGUE RIVER GROWERS good Mver Orchardlsta Discuss Discuss Problems that Ap ply (o this Valley. 10 cautioned against hooding and .oia we meeting It wag the moderate and not the extreme use of water tnat accomplished the most good. It wag J. T. Porter'g opinion that after a tree got to be from 10 to 14 years old it could not be snpplied with sufficient moisture by .cultiva tion and irritation was nWlntoiv necetsary. Murray Kay, who had been in com munication with the agricultural de partment at Washington, stated that the departiueut Lad .been makingan investigation iu regard to the, effect of irrigation on fruit treeg and had is gued a number of bulletins on gthe subject. The conclusion arrived at by the government experts was that the moderate application of water was Denetlcial in every rsBpect. A. I. Masnn. who was the arRRt.nNf exponent of not irrigating at the meeting, said he auted 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. — 29 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON, MARCH 29. 1901 ALWAYS IN THE LEAD The Bi? Store The Bis Store With the Little Price -With the- The R. L Coe Company Little Price 30 - BAY BARGAIN SALE in beginning Saturday, Marc Henderson's Fashion Hip Corset. The Henderson Fash Ion Hip Corsets are to well known to need comment. The Style, Shape and Materials used are superior in every point. All are made with Hose Sup porters attached; long over the hips; perfect fitting; eany to fit and elegant styles. No. 300 Batiste with hose supporters 75c No 676 Five hook, ex tra long $1.00 No. 686 Five hook heavy irons $1.25 30 Days of the most Stupendous Bargain Giving ever wit nessed in Southern Oregon. Thousands of dollars worth of New Spring Goods piled up in all departments. Prices cut to the limit to move a large volume of merchandise quickly. Now is Your Chance We have opened the largest and most complete stock of Spring and Summer Goods ever shown under one roof in Southern Oregon. And We Mak...

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. — 29 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 29. 1907. ABSOLUTELY PURE DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It does not contain an atom of phos phatlo acld(whloh Is tho product of bones digested In sulphuric acid) or of alum (which Is one-third sulphuric acid), un healthful substances adopted for other ba king powders because of their cheapness! W. C. T. U. COLUMN. All matter for this column Is supplied by the Josephine County Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union, Y. and L. T. L- Branches. ' Loyal Temperance Legbn will inset ib Lund Hud P"eil hall ou SutlTStreet Friday afternoon, April 5, 11)07 at 4 o'clock. Children are invited to come from school to the hall and will be dismissed promptly at 5 o'clock. The last meeting was attended by 30 children. R. F. O. Lovett, pastor of tlieBaptist chnrch gave the children a very practical talk upon the evils of thfl cigarette. Mrs. Clements gave them the drill iu physical exercises and being accompanied by moslo made it the more pl...

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. — 29 March 1907

New Spring Styles in Shoes R. L. HOWARD HUH.DINO ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANT8 I'AHK, OREGON. Published Every Friday. Subaorlptlon Rat: One Year, in advaiwe, II.SO HI I Months. - .7ft Three Moulin, .40 Single Copies, .05 Advertising Races Furnished on application si the office, or by mall. Obituaries snd resolutions ol con dolence will he charged for at 6c per line; osrd of thinks ftOc A. E. VOORHIES, Pltoi'K. K nle red at the pout ofllce at Grants Pins, Oregon, second-class mail matter. FRIDAY. MARCH 21), 1907. THE MAN AND THE PRICK, very uiau has "Ilesolvt-d, That every uiau his prion", which is evldcutly a Bus ter Drown way of speaking. But really why la not that a good ques tion for debaters to discuss In dead of "Rcsobed, That firs is a more de structive element than water, or that there is more pleasure in ant i -oltion than in participation?" It does not do to make too general statements and so it can 1 better said: The niost of men have their price though It must be oonfessed t...

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. — 29 March 1907

fMnt uvi'jh and meature everything you hull." American Urocer. Qunlity & Price tanona Tomatoei 10c ;co extra good sugar Cora, 25c. lews early June Peaa, 25c. inn! string Beans. 25c : ou Ashland Pears, 20c. an yellow Lrawrord Peaches, 25c m sliced Apricots, 20o. nn sliced Pine Apple, 25c. tins American Sardines 25c (j.poand can mustard Sardines, 15c. E of Personal Interest. jj ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS OREGON. MARCH 29. 1907. MEN OF BETHANY GIVE A BURLESQUE G P. Jester visited Trlth at Halsy. Oregon this week. Misses Josephine Castle and Alta Smith are visiting In the a ww days this week. Miss Myrtle Ireland - .VJ1UIUEU IU Portland Moudav nfter several weeks with her mother and sister, who have heen ill. Miss Minnie Ireland Mart .t Grants Pass Music Hnn i. ill for the past two weeks but is now Business Men Induced In Com ics at the Opero House i Fridtt.y Night. X A Brief Record of i 8 Local Events. kg---.. Thy you should try our Canned Goods. it-The price is right. !3-The ...

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. — 29 March 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS OREGOX, MAR2H 29 1907. PROFESSIONAL CARDS C. FINDLEY, M. D. Practice HmlUwl to EYE EAR, NOSE and THROAT. TilawM) fitted and furnished. Olllco hours fl to 12; '1 to 5; and oa ap pointment. Tolephoims 261 and 77. Ubaxts Pass, Oaaooa J)R. J. C. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Phone, OfflnettV, Ilos. 1181. lUmidenoe. cor. 7th and D Mtnota. 0(Bc at National Drue Store. OkAkii Pass, - Oaaoon )R. W. F. KREMER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In Courier Building. Office phonu Dll, residence. 413. Eye Waled and glaaaea flttod. GbAntsFasb, - Oasooa. & LOUGIIRIDGE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND HUIWKON R Pbone 714 City or country calla atlnded night or day. Hlitn and II, Tuff's building-. Office Phono Craktb Pass . Oaiooa. OiMrm A VonUtmmt (miullalim & Ouu a Siitritiltu KmrnufUwn I'rm CLARA BASHAW, D. O. ANN ETTA HttCKWITH. D. O. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS 002 D Ktrnet Okaut Pahs, - OaaooK. Graduates of American Hchool of Oi teopalhy, Ki-asllln, Mo. The Manager Of the B. . A...

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. — 29 March 1907

mammmmm To &e People of Josephine County No doubt you have already heard it rumored that a large independent p,ano company intended to open a permanent store in Grants Pass We have already opened a store in Southern Oregon-we refer to our magnificent store in your sister city, Medford. We intend to operate the two stores jointly-neither is the branch house of the other, and our prices always the lowest, will be uniform. We will have much to say regarding the new system of piano sellina we intend to introduce among you. How we are able to purchase for cash from a large wholesaler right here on the Coast the greatest assortment' of high-grade pianos ever controlled by any one house in any territory in the United States. How we are able to sell these pianos at prices which accord vvith the low expenses we are under here. We will explain to you how every time you purchase an instrument from any branch of a city house you are contributing to the high expenses that city house is under...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 March 1907

I IMX MONDAY j ' ' ; Waslring made easy with ; ' $ SOAl THAT 18 SOAP I i Auk Pardee about it Soo tht; window display I Will tell you more later i J. Pardee Front Street., n ar Fiiline Unto (j HANTS FA.SH.OHK. TKLEPHON E 8f THEY MEANT WELL But H Wii Not t All Offended at What Wii Told Him. "Say, olil man, I don't wiint to liult In or poke my nose Into other people's affnlni ur anything like tlmt, but there's something 1 feel It my duty to tell you. I hope you'll not I offended at what I aay. for I iihhui-u you tliat I aM'iik an a friend. You are a very tinny iiihii, and you llnd It neceimiiry to Ix out of town a good deal, ho, of course, you can't Im Illumed for not seeing aomn thing that other people have no ticed, and, aa I said In-fore, I hope you won't think I am unduly meddlesome or" "For Ilea vena aaka, what la It? Xpcnk out." "Well, the truth U that now, I want jou to fully uudcrHtund that I am urged only liy the purest motive to ay thl -the truth U that something liaa been go...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 April 1907

rtsrtiscie'-fr.ifttf VOL. XXIII. CANNERY OUTLOOK IS ENCOURAGING GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL S, 1907. iT" jouthern Pacific Has Ma.de Very Satisfactory Freight Ratea on Can and Product. (tr yaw of expejtation with j,ibopethiit soine one woo Id put in i cannery here the citizens of Grant" Ptii have decided to wait no longer Bdto build the cannery themselves jith the co-operation of the farmers i Josephine county. To install a igsnerj and P"' it in successful oper ,100 ii lrBe undertaking and to Kccuplieh it will require an all-pull-uptber of the citizens of Grants Pass mil oi ie joiiumo vi me county, Hii cannery will give a cash mar- jet for their fruit and vegetables will make a large addition to payroll ot this city. And the itraordinarily low freight rates runted by the Southern Paciflo aitea it possible to profitably reach U the best markets of the country. Railroad Company has oone its irt and uow it is ap to the people Mthii city and county to do their in...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 April 1907

Word Contest Gilmore & Company A Beautiful Piano Absolutely Free to You Our New Store is now open to you. Already we are receiving many vis itors each day. Wo are located in the new Conklin building and we expect to maintain a Piano House hero among you second to none in the State of Oregon outside of the city of Portland. Just a casual glance into our store will convince you of this. Hero you will find tho matchless Chickering, the peerless Weber, which is tho choice of the great Rosenthal; tho Ilazelton, the most exclusive piano made in America, and -many others with enviable records. Just now, as wo have already announced, wo are after publicity. We want you to know wo aro here. Wo want you interested in us ami the lino of magnif cont Pianos wo sell. Theroforo wo have made our unparalleled offer, as we again repeat below. Lot us say concerning these prizes that wo sought only to chose instruments which would always reflect credit to our house, We would say far ther in regard ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 April 1907

- ROQUBRIVEURrERGRANIS PASS, OREGON. APRIL 5. i 1907. I Lighter, v ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO. 221 The Manager Of the B. (h A. By VAUGHAN Copyright. 1001, by BDe hud beta absent from Antlocb (our years. These years bad been pent lu the east uud in travel abroad with a widowed and childless sister of her futhurjp. She was, on the whole, glad to be home again. As yet she was not disturbed by any thoughts of the future. She looked on the world with serene eyes. They were a limpid blue and relied by long dark lashes. She possessed the poise and unshaken self confidence that come of position and experience. Her father and mother were not so well satisfied with the ittuutlou; they already recognized that It held the elements of a tragedy. In their desire to give her every oppor tunity they bad overreached them elves. She had outgrown Antlocb. as turely as she had outgrown her child hood, and It was as Impossible to take her bark to the one as to the other. The doctor patted Oakley on the ihou...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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