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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 January 1903

ROGUE WVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thuriday. Subscription Rates i One Yer. in dvDoe, - - 11-90 Hi I Months, TkrM Months. - - - Ninuls Comes. --. Advertising Races Furnished on application st the office, or ty mail. a. e. voonniEs, pboi-b. mnob Kntered st the post office stOrsnts !', Oregon, as econi-clas mail mailer. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13, 190.1 Mrs. Tinglfy of Point Loina, the "purpln mother," has won Ikt libel nit BKainnt the I Ix AiiKclca Timet and lias two' awarded dnmnwH in tl' nm of tT.WO. Asliland'lias a few cases of amallpox. In'alFprobability wo will soon hear that Modford has tlio "Chlckon-jox". TliatVtho name." it goes by in the middle valley. The death of Representative Toiikui ia a tmnfortuuo deeply felt by the poo ulo of OreKCn. He was, and had beer doing a (treat work in congress for his gtato. Mr. Toiiruo's talents were olid and forceful. Ho wan above all a worker and knew how to Ret things dono. OreRon lias never hai u ropre aentutivo that has do...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 January 1903

White House Grocery Remcmlicr our Spices and Extracts a re'pu re. Mince Meat in packages tOc. Good cooking raisin at 10c. IJest of lemon nnd orange peel and candid citron. White House Grocery ever)' prospect of an exceptionally good season for the- placer mines. We are glad of it and rejoice with the fortunate ones. If you need anything in Mining Supplies such as Shovels, Picks, Axes, Sledges, Saws or any other tools, We shall be pleased to furnish them to you. Another Shipment of fine pick, axe and sledge handles has just been received. Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. AGENTS FOR HERCULES POWDER, FUSE AND CAPS, At the End Hair ' Riddle Grants Pass, TRIMMED AND WALKING HATS All fioing at Half Price. Only a few left. Some of the lew are rare bargains at that price. Also what Xmas Goods I have left go at Half Price, to cloo out. Come in before you are too late to se cure some of these bargains. Mrs. New Idea l()c Paper Patterns HORSE THIEVES CAUGHT.1 Sheriff R&der Brings Two Men Ba...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 January 1903

.w FARMERS AND GOOD ftOADS Coat tf Ramllas Tmrm Prolaeta Om The advocate of good roadi will find plenty of arguments Id tbe recent re port of the Industrial com ni laden on the marketing end distribution of farm ing products. ' This report shows tbe value of good country roads and the Immense saving that could be effected through them. It also furnishes argu ments In fa tot of the construction of electric lines through tbe farming sec tions of tbe country not only for tbe hauling cf passengers, but for the haul ing of freight The report shows that the cost or hauling farm products over country roads Is $300,000,000 a year, or more than the entire cost of oiierntlng all tbe railways In tbe L'ulted Htntea, says the Now York Commercial Advertiser. The total operating expenses of rnllrouils Is estimated at only f81H,0G0,000 anuual ly. Tbe a vera go haul to tbe nearest shipping station In the transportation of farm products Is twelve miles, and tbe average cost Is V.3 cents a ton a mile,...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 January 1903

VOL, XVIII. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1903. No. 43 DIRECTORY JOSEPHINE COISTY OFFICERS. Judge .' J. O. Booth Commissioners L J"h.n W'U' iC. t. Lovelace Cleric !!. L. Ilartletl Deputy Clerk T. P Judson Hherirt Geo. V Lewis Deputy bheriit Krnest Lister Treasurer J. X. Taylor bciiool bupt. .Lincoln Havat'e Assessor. V. II. r-allin Surveyor- H C. Perkins Coroner ..W. V. Kreiiier CITY OFFICEltS. Mayor W. F. Kreinei Auditor and Police Judge K. L. Davis Treasurer Col. v. Johnson City Attorney C. K. Mavltee Marshal John Lockhardt btreet riupt John Patrick Couuciimen . . lipo. K. Binns A. C. HouKh, J. II. Williams, C. E. Harmon J. A. KehkonL Will C. buiilu, llerhert Smith, ilenry Schmidt FKATEIl.N'AL SOCITIES. Grants Pass Lodge A. F. fc A. M., No. M. retiular romtuiinication tirst and third Saturdays.- Visiting brothers cordially invited. 11. C. IIoiii.k.v, W. M. " A J. I'ikx, bcc'y. Koyal Arcii Masons -Kennies Chapter No. 28 meets second and fourth Wi-dnes...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 January 1903

ROGUE K1VER COUHIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i One Year, in pdTSDCC, tiix Months, ... Three Months, blngl Copies, !.S0 .76 .40 .1 Advertising Races Furnished on application at the office, or djt man. A. E. VOOHHIES, I'ROPR. A Mngb Entered at the pout office at tirante Oregon, as seconu-claju mail matter. THURSDAY. JANUARY 22, 1903, ' Sun Francisco has another sensation 1 myiitcrj which may jirovo to be of the same sort which have given that city notoriety in the past. A young g'rl has disapiieared from her hoiue and circnmsUnocs seem to show that she was abducted. When hint see she was in dazed condition and the discovery of a tragedy is exacted. The state of Colorado lias two senates in organization and a merry time is in progress. Tho election of some of tho democratic meniliers was contested and Senator Wolcott tanned a manifesto to tho republicans, cull ing on them to nnito and unseat those democrats and to pot republicans in their places...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 January 1903

Vjiite House Grocery Remcmhcr our Spices and Extracts arc-pure. Mince Heat in packages 10c. Good cooking raisin at 10c Best of lemon and orange peel and candid citron. White House Grocerv FOR 3 V :yv::':''::'"y;;;;: V' ' " ;-U - J:'-.:y''i.-r;,, -; t j ? ';''-!:'.::;::: : v . - v at - -i,... ; ... ... "., Is the length of time wo gunranteo our Link's ; -Anti-Kusting.Tinware. Another shipment has just arrived and we have plenty of the famous Anti-Ilust toilers. Chamber Pails, . Tea Kettles, Milk Pans, Dish Pans, Tie Plates are all made with the same guaranty. If you ; have not tried this ware, do so now. For salo - -by : Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. GARLAND STOVES. I'OWDER, FUSE AXD CAPS. At the End Hair -Riddle Grants Pass, 1 cx-y -TRIMMED AND WALKING HATvS All foin at Half Price. j . Only a few left. Some of the lew are rare bargains at tlmt price. Also what Xmas Gooils 1 have left go at Half Price, to close out. Come in before you are too late to se cure some of these baiyains....

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 22 January 1903

. - - USEFUL SOCIETIES. VALUABLE WORK OF VILLAGE IM PROVEMENT ASSOCIATIONS. Towu Batia4 and Balls Cp, Bt. tr fanltarir Laws Sceareal antl Soma IhcaoaeaaJ ImprovtaHii Mad bp TktH Orsaalsatlaaa. Those who would profit by the In creasing attention to tin opportunities ffered by towns and small cities both for Hvlug and for the conduct of busi ness must seeds resolve themselves Into active local Improvement organiza tions such as already exist In all parts Bf ths country, says Trances Copley Besvey In the Chicago Tribune. These societies, clubs, annotation; rail them by what name you will-have ' become the- chief factor In the transfor mation of hundreds of places from the happy go lucky, shiftless, down at the heel appearaucs and condition charac- tertstlc of the ordinary small place to Beat and lively business centers that offer many advantages as places to live. These organizations have been started for various purposes, and worn n have been largely, often exclusively. concerned In t...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 January 1903

VOL. XVIII. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1903. No. 44 DIRECTORY JOSEPHINE COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge J. O. Booth on er jcS: Cterk.. II. L. liartletl Ilenutv Clerk T. P. Judson Hberitl Geo. W- Lewis Ileputv Sheritl . hrnest Lister Treasurer.. J.T.Taylor School yupt Lincoln I-svnire Assessor. W. II. Kallin t-urveyor M C. Perkins Coroner. W. F. Kreiuer CITY OFFK.EK.S. Mayor W. F. Kremer Auditor and Police I uihje K. L. Davis Treasurer Col. V. Johnson City Attorney C. B. Maybee juarsnai Junn LooKiianii Street 8upt John 1'atrick Conncilmen Geo. H. Hums A. C. Hough, J. II. Williams, C. E. Hartmm J. A. Kelikoof, Will C. Smith. Herbert Smith, llenry Schmidt " FRATERNAL 80CITIK.S. Grants Pass bodge A. V. & A. M No. M." . regular communication first and third Hattirdays. Visiting brothers cordially invited. H. C. Bubizks, W. Al. A J. 1'ikk, fciec'y. Royal Arch Masons -Keames Chapter No. lis meets second and fourth Wednesday Masonic hull. .L,.L. Jkwbli., J. E. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 January 1903

I ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Evary Thursday. Subscription Rates t On Tear, In sdvanos, $lf Bil Months, I" Three Months, ... .40 Blnils Coolei. . Advertising Races Furnkhed on application at the office, or Dj mall. A. E. VOORHIES, Pbopr. & MNOB Entered at tbs pout office st Grants l'f Oregon, as second-class msil matter, THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 1903. Representative Halo's bill to protect boarding liooss and hotel keepers, which came before tlio house on Toes day, was lost Little change is evident in the sen atorial contest. The supporters of Fnlton and Goer cling stubbornly to their candltdatcs, the democrats are voting for Wood, tlio scattering vote Is mnch the same as before. The deadlock is unbroken. There may be surprise in store for tlio people of Oregon but it has not yet appoared what it will be. A bill is in consideration by the legislature to compel the placing of flue mesh wire screens at tlio heads of all ditches. This of conrso is in the interest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 January 1903

' v I White House Grocery Remember our Spices and Extracts arejmre. Mince Meat in packages 10c Good cooking raisin at 10c ; Best of lemon and orange peel and candied citron. White House Grocery FOR 3 - Is the length of time we guarantee our Lisk's Anti-Rusting Tinware. Another shipment has-just arrived and we have plenty of the famous Anti-Rust Boilers. Chamber Pails, Tea Kettles, Milk Pans, Dish Pans, Pie Plates are all made with the same guaranty. If you have not tried this ware, do so now. For sale 'by Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. GARLAND STOVES. POWDER, FUSE AND CAPS. At the End Hair -Riddle Grants Pass, TRIMMED AND WALKING HATS All going at Half Price. , Only a few left. Some of the few- are rare bargains at that price. Also what- Xmas Goods I have left go at Half Price, to close ! out. Come in before you are too late to se cure some of these bargains. Mrs. J. A. Rehkopf New Idea 10c Paper Patterns. ,, ...Grants Pass Opera House... ONE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 January 1903

TOWN IMPROVEMENT. Mu to latarttat k Cmramcil la tha Miltir. The effort to form a union of all Organization! that bavt for their object the beautifying of towna and cltle Which will be made lu connection wltl tha convention of tha American Turk and Outdoor association In ItutTiilo next year will be widely approved, aaya th Buffalo Express. Most of the law cltlea and many towns and village have such associations and would glad ly Join In the proposed movement One of the objects of forming a union la to Interest the government In tha work and get Its support to the extent of collecting and making public Infor mation on the subject, with photo graphs, eta, showing what enn be done by organlied effort The government's work would presumably be largely to show what has been done In foreign towns and cities. The Individual or ganizations have acconipllxlicd mucn as It is, but there la a limitless field In which to work, and government aid Would be valuable. Every city In the country and nin...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 February 1903

v VOL. XVIII. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1903. No. 45 DIRECTORY JOSEPHINE COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge J. O. Booth i Commoner. C.itS Clerk. R. L. Bartlett Depotv Clerk T. P. Judson Sheriff. Geo. W- Lewis . Deputy Sheriff Ernest Lister ! Treasurer J.T. Taylor Bcnooi bupi Lincoln cavaire Atsessor -....W. II. Fallin Surveyor. ...s. H. C. Perkim :. Coroner .........W. F. Kramer CITY OFFICERS. Mayor . J. F. Bashor : Auditor and Police Judge... J. J. Jennings : Treasurer Coi. W. Johnson ' City Attorney C. E. Maybee Marshal John Lockliarut u timet bupt John Patrick Councilnien Geo. H. Binns A. C. Hough, J. H. Williams, J. 1,. Calvert. J. A. Kehkopf. Will C. . Smith, Herbert Smith, H.C. Perkins. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. Grant Pans Lodge A. F. A A. M., No. 84. . regular communication first and third Katurdays. Visiting brothers cordiully . Invited. H. C. Bosizcn, W. M. A J. Pike, Sec'y. Royal Arch Masons--Keames Chapter No. :iH meets second and fourth Wednesday Masoni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 February 1903

J. . ROGUE kiVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in tdvancc, Biz Months, , Ttre Months, Btnglc Copies, - Advertising Races Furnished on application at the oflice, by mail. A. E. VOOIUUES, Pkopb. AMnor Entered at the pout ollice at Orante I', Oregon, an eooncl-e.uvia mall mauer. . . ST" TnUUSDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1603, The bill requiring so.rccu to placed at the head of ditchea in me. lua viirnroun oiinonition from tliift county. A petition BKninut itn pa auiru was circulated hint week anil wai very Koncrally alte'icd. The acntl. mont in it dinfiivor- in poutherii On gon la rery itrong and In virtually unanimous. Tim Boitrd of Trade tut- on Thnrwlay nnd panned rcHolutioiiH condemning tho bill and it will be rigorouBly opposed in the lfginlntaro. If Fulton wins tho Beniitornhli, it must bn Hpeedlly or liiH case in lost The Bent nil opinion in that hn reached altnoiit tha limit of his strength. If it lieeomei evident that Fulton cannot wi...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 February 1903

I f '"' OUR PERSONAL COLUMN ENCAMPMENTATSALT LAKE THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS HE "SEEN HIS SHADDER" l - - ll . t rv-" 4. '( CHASE &SAX.OP.X, Importers, Boston. for fine flavor and strength our climax and South Seablend roast Coffees are hard to equal and the prices only 25c. lOo p?r 1'ouimI. FOR ROAST COFFKE IS CHEAP, We have it. Its all Coffee. In TEAS, we have exceptional values at 40 and 50c. Dates, Figs, Rice Topcorn etc. v .White House Grocerv FOR 3 V Is tlio length of time vc ii tranter' our Link's Ami-Rusting Tinware. Another shipment has just nrrivod nnl wc have plenty of t!tc , famous Anti-Rust Boilers. Chamber Pails, ; Tea Kettles, Milk Tans. Dish Tans, l'ie Plates are all made with the same guaranty. If you have not tried this ware, do so now. For sale .by Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS ULOCK. GARLAND STOVES. POWDER, FUSE AXD CAPS. At the End r x 1 Hair Riddle Hardware Co. Grants Pass, - Oregon. TRIMMED and WALKING liATvS All going at Half Frice. Only a few left. Some of the few a...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 February 1903

Owed Emi Ialaa te Proirtu-WUt 4 Haa-raw Tires. The subject of good roadi la an all American tubject, but It If one which should be of moat Interest to those oc-j tiona which bar given It the least at-, tendon. Naturally the beat built end the beet maintained roads are In die- i tiicte where there are many people and . much stone. But good roads do not I come always became the region tbejc traverse Is populous. A region some times becomes populous because there , are good roads. Then, again, there are bad roads In thickly settled districts In districts where the roads ought to be good. Good roads in a neighborhood Indicate progress. They result from progress snd tbey promote progress. They are both cause and effect. Well kept highways constitute a theme which lias engaged the attention of many more persons la the last decade than In any previous one. Improved highways hare promoted the eitenalon of rural free delivery, and tula delivery has sided In the de- A BAB lO raoHPBIUTT. velop...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 February 1903

I VOL. XVIII. GRANTS PASS. JCSKrHIXE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY u, 1903. No. 46 DIRECTORY JOSEPHINE COUNTY OFFK'KKS. Judge .". J. O. Hnoth ,, . ' . i John Weill Commissioners-. j,. K Lovelace Clerk .. It. L. Harden Deputy Clerk .n T. P. Judson Hheritt. Geo. W- Lewis Deputy Kheriit Krnet Lister Treasurer. J.T.Taylor School Stipt Lincoln tiavace Assessor W. II. Kallin Hurveyor II C. Perkins Coroner W. F. Ii renter CITY OFFICEiW. Mayor !. .J. F. Haslior Auditor and Polite Judge J. J. Jrnninn Treasurer Col. W. lolinsuii City Attorney C. K. Mtivliee ilsrshal , John Ijtckhnrdt fctreet HupL Jolin l'utrick Counciluien Oro. II. limits A. i, Ilounh, J. II. William, J. I.. Calvert, J. A. Hetikuof, Will C. Emilia. Herbert Smith, 11. C. Perkins. FRATEUNAL SOCIETIES. Grants I'au Lodge A. K. A A. M., No. W. regular cuuiiuiinicaliuii lirst and third Saturdays. Visiting brothers (irdially invited. 11. W. liiuus V. 41. A J. 1'iki, Sce'y. Koyal Arch Masons -Uptime Chapter No. JH meets second a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 February 1903

ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS TAS8, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates t On Year, in rdTtDC, - $1.60 Hi i Months, J .75 Three Moulin, . . .10 Single Copies, .06 Advertising Races Furnished on application at the office, or oj wan. A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. & Mngr Entered at the pout ollioe at OranU Oregon, a second-class mail Dialler. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1903, Tim livost organization in CirnuU Faiw, and the most active and zealous in iui work, in the Womun's club and tho Grant Pans Woman's club is tbu J best organization of it kind in the state. A pnblio officer who does bis work well should be allowed some praise. Blame and criticimn are the lot of every pnblio man under tho nan, but ; praise is a rarer article. John I'utrick, the recently retired street commis sioner, has been diligent and faithful throughout his long term of oflloe and has douo good and substantial work for tho city. Next Saturday is Valunt'iiu's day. The pernicious custom of sending "comic" val...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 February 1903

OUR PERSONAL COLUMN TO AMEND THE CHARTER THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS BOARD OF TRADE DOINGS piii BP1 . , ......... TV ST V CHASE & SAXHORN, Importers, Boston, For 6ne flavor aud strength our climax and South Seablend roast Coffees are hard to equal and the prices only 25c. lOt? per X'ountl. FOR ROAST COFFEE IS CHEAP. We have it. Its all Coffee. In TEAS, we have exceptional values at 40 and 50c. Dates, Figs, Rice Popcorn etc. IJU FOR 3 Is tlic lcnu'th of time w e "u.iranteo our Lisk's Anti-Uustinj; Tinware. Another shipment has just arrived and wo have plenty of tho famous Anti-Rust Boilers. Chamber Tails, Tea Kettles, Milk Pans, Dish Tans, Tie Plates are all made with the same guaranty. If you have not tried this ware, do so now. For sale by . Cramer Bros. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. GARLAND STOVES. POWDER, FUSE AND CAPS. M the End L Hair 'Riddle Hardware Co. Grants Pass, - Oregon. I- TRIMMED AND WALKING HATS . - ' : All going -at Half Price. - - - - - . - - - .. . Only a few left. Some of tlio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 February 1903

-u.; "" -1 , r " - 1 TENDENCY OF THE TIMES. Th tendency of rnodicol science in toward preventive meatum-ii. Tlio beet thought ot the world in beiiiK bItou to the irahjeot. It is paier mul better to prevent tlmn to cure. It lias bean fully dcinon-itnitid that pnou monia, one of thn moHt daiiKcroun, discuses that medical men have to contend with, can ho prevented by the no of Clntnitierlaiu'li (!ouh Hcniedy. Pneumonia always renltn from a cold or from an struck of iufluen.a ((trip), and it has been observed that this remedy counteract4 any tendency of those disoiisoH toward pnonmnuiii. Thii haa been fully proven in many thoQiwudit of (-awn in which thin remedy han becu nued during the great prevalence oi colds and grip in recent years and can be relied upon Willi im plicit confidence.. I'nciiinoiiiii often results from a slight cold when no dnnger is nnnrclif ud d until it is sud denlv diwovered that there, is fever and dilllculty in breathing and pain in tlin chest, then it is nnimnn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 19 February 1903

1 1 VOL. XVIII. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i9l 1903. No. 47 DIRECTORY JOSEPHISE COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge. . J. . ltimth "oner. - ic. S Clerk.'. ... R. L. llartiett Iieputv Clerk T. P. JuiUon Buerirt' Geo. W Lewis Deputy Sheriff Krnest UsUr Treasurer J.T.Taylor Kctaool bupt. Lincoln Suvaee Assessor W. II. Kallin Surveyor H C. Perkins Coroner s V. K. KKiuer CITY OFFICERS. Mavor J. F. Bashor Auditor and PoliceJudge J. J. Jennings I reasurer ..Col. W. Johnson City Attorney...... Marshal i. .' Street Supt... Cuuncilmeiu ...... A. ti Hough, J ('. h. AJuyhee John Locktianlt John Patrick Geo. II. Ithms II. Williams. J. I.. Calvert. J. A. Uehkont. Will C. Smith, Herbert Smith, II. C. Perkins, FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. Grants Pass I.odge A. F. & A. M., No. SI, regular communication lirt and third Saturdays. Visiting brothers cordially invited. It. W. lintus V. M. A J. Pin, Sec y. - Royal Arcu Masons -litanies Chapter No. '&4 meets second and fourth Wednesday Ma...

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