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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 24 May 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MAY 24, 1907. Count, weigh and meamrt enrylhin ynu Auv American Grocery, IIOME GROWN Strawb ernes To please in everything especially in the quality of oar Why 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 2 cans little neck Claw, not minced, 25c. 1 can Clam Juice, 16o. 3 cans, Campblee Soups, 25c. 1 can Booth ' Broiled Mackerel, 25o. I can Alaska Salmon 10c Finest Columbia River red salmon, IS. 20, 25u. Lobiters and Fresh canned orab, 25a Genuine Blue-Point Oysters 1 and 2 pound cans. Rogue River Salt Salmon per lb, 10c Lake Superior Wbite Fish, 2 for 25o. .Salt Mackerel, 12& to 15o. Imported bloaters. 6 cents each. 8 Ban (5c size) fine toilet soap 25c Our regular Oregon full cream Cbeese, can t be beat, per ponnd, 200. l Good comb Honey, white, 15c. New Persian Dates, per pound, 12)4 We keep them under glass nnf said. Olives and Olive Oi...

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. — 24 May 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MAY 24. 1907. PROFESSIONAL CAR OS C. FINDLEY, M. D. Practice limited to EYK EAK, NOSE and THROAT. GlusBoa fitted and furnished. Office hours St to 12; 2 to 5; and on ap pointment. Telephone 261 and 77. Gbaiito Pass, Okkoo I)R. J. C. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND (SURGEON Phone, Office 35.r; Res. 1181. Residence cor. 7tb and DBtreeU. Ofllce at National Drug Store. nnmn Pass. - - Oasooa & LOUGIIRIDGE, M. D. PHYHICIAN AND SURGEON Una. Phone 714 City or country calls attended night orday. Blxtn anu u, i un e ouuuiug, Office Phone Ml. GhakTS Pass . Oawaoa. IJt D. NORTON, ATTOBNKYAT-LAW, Practice In all State and federal Court Office In Opura House Building. ftllAHTB PAW. 0rOO A. C. HOUGH, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Praotloes la all Ktatand Kuderal Court Office over Hair Klddlo Hardware Co, Gmakth Pa. Oaaeon OLIVER S. BROWN, LAWYER. 01!lcn, opstaira, City Hall. Quasi- Pass, OaieoM. ()t S. ULANCnARD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practice iu all State and Federal courts. Bank...

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. — 24 May 1907

I required again. And for forty-eight hours he had been comforting himself with the thought that about everything B wheels owned by the Huckleberry was at the western terminus of the road. It ain't much of relief train, Mr. oatiey. iwo cars, loaded with Are oglnes and a lot of old hose. They are on the siding now." "Were any men sent here with the relief train?" questioned Oakley. "No; Antloch Just wanted hose and engines. The water's played out and they got to depend on the river If the fire strikes the town. They're In pretty bad shape, with nothing but one old hand engine. You see, their water mains are about empty and their hose carts ain't worth much." Oakley turned on his heel and strode (from the office. The operator followed him. As they gained the platform Dan paused. The very air was heavy . with smoke. The sun was sinking be S hind a blue film. Its dull disk was the 1 color of connpr. llo vnui! t I same somber darkness was settling V-' own on Antloch. The element of w dan...

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. — 24 May 1907

I a' ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS OREGON, MAY 24, 1907. It's best to make an early start. Here's a list of today's money-saving opportunities: liest Standard Corn, 10c. Standard Tomatoes, 12V&C 1 PkR. flaked Wheat, 10c Fancy Creamery Butter at Lowest Market Price J. PARDEE. 418 0 Street, - Grants Pans Near Palace Hotel i f LAUItEL (J ROVE Fine rain again and crops growing; farmers irrigating and sawmill ruu nlng full blast. Mr. Habermnn aud daughter, Anns, jmiil Granti Pass a visit liiHt .Saturday. Also II. T. Day and Hoy Mo A foe ware in town. Walter Farfa is oonOtied to tba house this week with the measles. Sherman Fields wan at the county eat last week and alio Charles At wood. Znb Hyde la busy working at the creamery thin weik. Have you heard Hint irraphophoiie of George Herriott'iT It is dandy and oan bu heard a mile. Jam-s J. MoFaddon and brother, Pat, were visiting at our reporter's hint Nonday. Jnat step In and hear the uiiihIo at the batohelor's camp at the aiiwuill...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

VOL. XXIII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1907. No. . SATISFIED WITH OREGON CLIMATE T. P. Cr&mtr and Family Had Unfavorable Samples of Eastern Weather. Columbus, O., May 22, 1907. Editor Courier: It you should bear any Grants Pass residents oomplaining 'about the weather, please advise him to take a trip East right away, and he will come back thoroughly convinced that he lives in the most favored spot in the United States. We left Grants sJPass on tbe 9th with innshlne and f loses and balmy Spring weather. We did not see tbe sun again except a short time in East Washington and one glimpse at Chicago, until the day after I arrived at Columbus. We saw all kinds of weather on the trip and eaob sample felt worse than tbe last In Portland it rained of coarse, in Montana we saw snow over every thing, in Dakota we had a blizzard and in Minneapolis it was snow, rain and hail all tbe day we were there. The train people said Montana only bad two season, viz: Winte...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

ROGUB RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON. MAY 31. 1907. CARBOLEUM Th Best Known Dip for Sheep, C.ttle.Swlne xnd'e.U Live) Stock. Non-lnurloif And Non-Poisonous Best known remedy for Mange or Itch, Scab, Lice, Ticks on Sheep, Fleas, lien Lice. Hog Cholera, Galls, Sores and Wounds, Thrush, Groa.se Heel and Scratches, Tape Worms, Ring Worms, Screw Worms. Flies or Maggots, Castra tions. Also disinfecting stables, outhouses, pens, etc. ADDRESS 1 V. PJKHCM MERLIN. OREGON. WOMEN PAY MORE Why Insurance Companies Dis criminate AfeJnst Gentle Sax. A Narrow Etcapc. O. W. Cloyd, merchant of Plunk, Mo., had a narrow escape four years ago, whfin hn ran a Jlmsou bar into hii tli umb. Ho imj: ''The doctor wanted to amputate It bar I would not consent. I bought a box of Bank- lins' Aruioa Salve and tbat cured tlin dangerous woond. " 'Mo at all drug gHHl. The Publisher's Claims Sustained United States Court or Claims The I'lilillshora of Webster's International IHclloMrynlloKellmt H "ia. In fm:t.ttie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. MAY 31. 1907. H B MSB. TJn, ft'A-! iij mimn -m mcsr " 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 be sure of the purity, you must use Royal makes a difference in your home a difference in your health a difference in your cooking. ROYAL is absolutely Pure. Artesian Well in Jackson County In the effort to secure water for the irrigation of his pear orchard, which by the way is the largest in Oregon, M. L. Pellett, near Talent in Jackson county., bored an artesian well last Sommer and secored good flow of water at a depth of 980 feet. He is now boring the second well and of bis work the Medford Mail states the following : "M. L. Pellett, of Talent, was in Medford, Wednesday. He savs bis new artesian well is progressing finely and he already has a flow of water, bat intends persevering until be gets as great, if no...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS OREGON, MAY 31, 1907. f TAN OXFORDS The phenomenal and sadden demand for Tan Oxfords which has sprang up 60 sud denly through the east and west caught many manufacturers unprepared to serve their customers. This demand does not ex ist in New York alone, but prevails through oat the larger cities of both east and west Golden Brown is the color. We have them in stock. R. L. BARTLETT society, take an Interest in politics or bare any business relation! what ever and be expert! in logic and casuistry. That's the only way yon can get a fair and impartial jury. It might be 'bletioo of the tramp proble to gather the hobos in and make tbem serve on juries. Howard building sixth street THE ROGUE RIVER COURIER , pBANTS PASS, OBEUON. Published Every Friday. Subscription Ratasi One Year, In advance,' Gil Months. Three Months, , . Single Copies, 11.60 .78 .40 .06 Advertising Rates Fumlnbed on application at the office, or by mail. Obituaries and resolutions of con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

I 1 ! ! ( Omur, weigh and meatnrt tverythin you FOR LUNCH GOODS ' Such as Sliced Boled Ham, Sliced Tongue, Freeh Siloed Dried Beef, Dutch Cheese, Fried Spring Chicken, etc., it where they are pr epared to keep it Quid and under the beet saniary con dition!. Wehave oor new refrigerator, built especially for that purpose, in etalled. Largest and finest grocer's re frigerator In Southern Oregon. , Why 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 8 cans little neck Clam, not minoed, :f 25a - i 1 can Clan Juloe, 16o. 3 cans, Campbles Soups. 25o. 1 can Booth'! Broiled Mackerel, 85o. I un Alaska Salmon 10c Finest Columbia River red salmon, ..-..-irspa 6o.- . . --r., jLobtten and Freah canned crab, 25c , Genuine Bine-Point Oysters 1 and 3 poand cans. Bo jut River Salt Salmon per lb, 10t ' Lake Superior White Filb, 3 for 35o. Bait Mackerel, 13 to 15o. Imported bloaters, S cent! each. 8 B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

1907. PROFESSIONAL OABDS C. FINDLEY, M. D. 1'ructlce limittd to EYE EAR, NOrE and THROAT. GlanHee fitted and furnished. Ofllce hours to 12; 2 to 6; and od ap pointment. Telephones 'Ml and 77. Ubants Pass, Gascon DR'J- C. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Phones, Office 355; Ren. 1181. RoHldenue cor. 7tb and D streets. Offloa at National I'rur Store. Qbastb Pass, - - 0asuo LOUGHRIDGE, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND 6 UK (j EON Boa. Phone 714 City or country calls attended night r day. Blxtb and H, Tuffs buDding. Office Phone Ml. GbaiTS Pass Oszxjoa. If, D. NORTON, ATTOBNITAT-LAW, Practice la all State and Federal CosrU. Offlce la Opera Housebuilding. Gsurtb Pahs, 0 Jt C. HOUGH, ATTORN ET-AT-LAW, Practlcei in all Bute and Federal Ooarts Office over Ualr-Klddle Hardware Co. Csakts Pais, Obmoii QLIVER S. BROWN, LAWYER. Offlce, upstairs, City HalL Guiit Pass, Oaaeoa. Q S. BLANCHARD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Pactice in all State and Federal courts. Banking and Trust Company's Building. OaiMTf Pass, Oasaoa. II. B....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 May 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MAY 31, 1907. ful tone with which ha had always met and overruled his objections. "It will end In-your arrest and we -m-mnt that" T 4 "It's more than likely I'll be arrest ed sooner or later, anyhow," he said. with - a suggestion of weariness, as If this were a matter It was a waste of time to consider. "The Lord has set k:s face against me. It's his wish I -I . . 1 .1 fA Kaah . HUUUIU ICIU1U. ,c UCT-U DlliUUUTU HUU headstrong and wouldn't see it, but look there." And he nodded toward the red western sky. "It's a sum mons. I got to obey whether I want to or not. It won't be safe. No telling what they will do with you." That ain't the question, Dannie; that iv u t at all the nuestion. It's not wnat they II do to me." And he sortiy imiteti me unna mat resteti on is arm. Dan saw that his clothes hung loose ly to his mighty frame. They were torn anu stained. He bad the iinoenr- anee or a man wno una enaureii nuiii- shlp, privation and toil. His ...

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. — 31 May 1907

ROGUE WVER COU1IER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON, MAY 31. 1907. 111 It's best to make an early start Here's a list of today's money-saving opportunities: Best Standard Corn, 10c. StandanTomatowS, 12Vjc 1 Pkg. Flaked Wheat, 10c Fancy Creamery IJutter at Lowest Market Price J. PARDEE. 418 0 Street, - Grants Pass Near Palace Hotel DAVIDSON 4 Talk about nice weather we are surely baring it now. K. 3. Kubll, the Kubli merchant and (rrain raiser paid Oranti Pass a business visit Saturday W. 8. Bailey of thia place paid Uranta PaM a business visit Saturday, bringing back with him Ed Latyoo, who la working In a nine near Oola Hill. W. B. York eold about 1S1 bead of oat tie to Mr. Mitchell of Gazelle last week and got a good prtoa for them. Mr. York intends to boy some good stock cattle now and only raise a few oboioe cattle. J. H. Tompklna who owns the famaos "Glen Alta" strawberry farm near this place, was aeen In Davidson ne day this week witb a load of the nest berries that has been pat on this 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. — 7 June 1907

VOL, XXIII. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907. No. 10. MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH S. P. CO. LANDS MUST REVERT TO PEOPLE BRIDGE QUESTIONS IN ANNUAL MEETING C. C. DANIELS SOMETHING DOING ON JULY 4TH AND 5TH JACKSON COUNTY OF FRUIT GROWERS PATENTS RAILWAY TIE Vivid Rendition of That Charm ing Story by Mr. Laura Thomai Uunnell. Congreeaman Hawley Making an New Bridges Needed Acroas) the Officers Elected Arrangement Invention Is Attracting Attention Every Minute Will Be Occupied By Some New and Inter- ' etlng Feature Effort for Betterment of Land Situation. Rogue at Gold Hill and Woodville. Made for Picnic on June 20. of Railway People in All Pt. rta of Country, E The reading and entertainment given by Laura Thomas Gannett at tbe Opera House last Friday evening nnder tbe auspices of tbe Epworth League of tbe Methodist Church, was a very successful affair. A large audience was in attendance, and tbe entertainment proved an enjoyable one for all. Tbe chief fe...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 June 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE 7. 1907. PROFESSIONAL CARDS a FINDLEY. M. D. Practice limited to EYE EAE, NOSE and THROAT. Glasses fitted and furnlibed. Gffloe hours 9 to 12; 2 to 6; and on ap points ent. Telephones 261 and 77. Oiamti Pirn, Obsoob J)R. J. C. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Phone, Office 365; Res. 1181. Kaxldenoe. oor. 7th and D street. Office at National Drug Store. Qbabts Piss, - Obioo gt LOUGHRIDGE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BUIWKON Rut. Phone 714 Olty or country call attended night or day. Sixth and H, Tuff's building. Ollioe Phone 301. Gbamts Pass - . Obeqok. If. D. NORTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Practioe In all State and Federal Court. Olllce In Opora Housebuilding. Gbasts Pass, Okeoow A, C HOUGH, ATTORN EY-AT-LAVY, Praetioea la all KUteand Federal CourU OBio over Hair Kiddle Hardware Co. Gaurrs Pass, Obioow QUVER & BROWN, LAWYER. Office, npstalrs, City Halt Q bants Fas, Oaieon. Q S. BLANCnARD, ATTORNIY-AT-LAW. Practice in all State and Federal courts. Banki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 June 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. JUNE 7. 1907. We Cater The Best MET DEATH UNDER furnished table, in the city, and we THE CAR WHEELS uuuiiog out me primest, choisest and best beef, lamb, muttion, pork, veal, poultry, and game, for;, your choosing. Too can buy bigb grade deliciously flavored meats here at prices that yon will ray for inferior meats elsewhere, because we know how to judge and choose the best that is raised. City Meat Market J . II. AIILF, Propr. TO DESTROY THE PEACH TREE BORER BAKE OF HOME TRADE Switchman Lute Armstrong Crushed in AshKnd Yards Monday Morning. BUY YOUR Drug's and Medicines -AT THE- MODEL DRUG STORE visual biKiiiST, Opposite Depot GRANTS PASS r - I " Islssi PK0Y0LT a j wen "Monty"! will endeavor to i write the news from Greenville once more. Heretofore I have been very bnsy and had no time to represent my - space in the Ooarir. Well it is nice to hear from friends in the various f parts of the oonnty and oftentimes y nsefol topics are disouesed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 June 1907

TAN OXFORDS m I t i i i i i 1 W i no pnenomenai ana suaaen aemana ior Tan Oxfords which 'has sprung up so sud denly through the east and west caught many manufacturers unprepared to serve their customers. This demand does not ex ist in New York alone, but prevails through out the larger cities of both east and west. Golden Brown is the color. We have them in stock. R. L. BARTLETT HOWARD BUILDING THE ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREUOK. Published Every .Friday. Subscription Ratest One Year, la advance, Bli Month, ... Three Months, ... Single Copies, - $1.60 .76 .40 .06 Advertising Ratee furnished on application at tbe office, or by mail. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence will be charged lor at 6c per line; card o( thanks 6Uo. A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. Entered at the poet office at Oranta Pass Oregon, a second-class mall matter. FRIDAY. MAY 81, 1807. THE HAYWOOD JURY. In every great criminal trial there la always a great Interest manifested In the composition of the Jury that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 June 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE 7, 1907. I Omit, weigh and neanr sraryfAta you fttqr Awurian Grocery. FOR LUNCH GOODS Such as Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Tongue, Fresh Sliced Dried Boef, Dutch Cheeoe, Fried Spring Chicken, etc., la where they are prepared to keep it ould and under the beet unitary con ditions. We have oar new refrigerator, built especially for that' purpose, in stalled. Largest and finest grocer's re frigerator In Southern Oregon. Why you should try our Canned Goods. 1st The price is right. 2d The quality is as represented. 3d They are the new seasons pack Eajle Cove Oysters 10c 9 cans little neck Clams, not mlnoed, 25a I 1 can Clam juios, ISo. 8 cans, Campbles Soaps, 25c. 1 can Booth's Broiled Mackerel, too. 1 cu Alaska Salmon 10c Finest Columbia River red salmon, 15. 20, 25o. Lobsters and Fresh canned orab, 25c Oenolne Blue-Point Oysters 1 and I poand cans. Rojue River Salt Salmon per lb, 10c Lake Superior White Fish, 2 for 35o. Salt Mackerel, to 15o....

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. — 7 June 1907

1 ROGUE RIVTll COURIER, GRANTS PASS OREGON, JUNE 7, 1907. AS A WORKING TOOL for the student and the writer, as an authoritative reference book for schools, teachers, f ami! ies, business and professional men, there is one book which offers superior advan tages in the solid value of its in formation, and the ease with which it is obtained. One's admiration for Webster's International Dictionary increases daily as it comes to be better known. H never refuses the In formation (ought and it never over whelms on with a mass of misin formation fllogically arranged. 4 The Ht. Jam ttauttte of London. RiiKlmrl, nay : Kor the ttwrhcr, i he pupil, the student and the llttnraUMir, there Is nothing better I It coven everything. The New anil Knlarirvd million recently issued has 26,mu new words, a revised lllo KTBDhloal Dictionary aii'l a revlsud (lart- tT f the World, 8.1HO pag-m anil MMJ luueirauona. iiuaajuit retvivea THE GRAND PRIZE (Hlirhest Award) at the Worid'i Fair, Ht. Louis. Our name la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 June 1907

away without your seeing him; 70a or not deceiving me r "Why, of coarse, Constance, bat hell come Dact "No, be won't papa," shaking her betid sadly. "He's gone, and be will never come back. I know him better than you do. And then she fled promptly upsta: to her own room. This was the nearest Constance came to betraying her love for Oakley. She -was not much given to confidences, and the Ideals that had sustained her In her pride now seemed so childish and un worthy that she bad no wish to dwell upon them, but whenever Dan's name was mentioned In her presence she looked frightened and guilty and avoid ed meeting her father's glance. It seemed, indeed, that Oakley had taken final leave of Antioch. A new manager appeared and took forninl charge of the destinies of the road. Under his direction work was resumed In the shops, for the strike had died a natural death. None of the hands was disposed to question the 10 per cent cut, and before, the winter was over the scale of wages that had...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 June 1907

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. JUNE 7. 1907. To call and look over our line of CEREAL FOODS Just the thing for the hot weather those cooked and ready to serve ard a large variety that are uncooked. Puffed Rice. Zest. Force. Gro-po Nuta, Shredded VVhe&t Biscuit, etc Headquarters for the cele brated Golden Gate Coffee. J. PARDEE. 418 G Street. - Grants Pans Near Palace Hotel X i w v it t v n And now come statement from ome of our "habitual kioken" that we need a front to kill the weed In tie garden. E. M. Albright made a trip to your city the fore part of the week. Asa MoVey of Holland waa in onr valley this week where he bought cattle from Bernard Frodelius and Afred Peterson. E. II. Hubbard wat visitor at the Webb mine Tuesday and Wednesday Thia makei the third trip here for E, IL Wonder what attract! him? Last Thnraday Engone Sams oloaed successful term of school here. It waa followed by the usual plcnlo'and last day exercises. Mr. Sams, al though it waa his first ei...

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