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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 28 May 1903

I -It B Grants Pass JUNE 17, ITS 3 GRAND W. O. W. CARNIVAL! ELABORATE STREET FAIR! MAMMOTH CIRCUS! 7 -BIG TENTS -7 A TROUPE IN EVERY TENT "YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO M!SS" The Menagerie! Negro Plantation! Japanese Tea Garden! The Hindo Theater! Kdison Kleciric Show! I'alace of Mirth! Fer ris Wheel! Animal Merry-Go-Round! Jialloon Ascension and Parachute Jump! Mammoth Street Parade! Japanese Day Fire works, the greatest exhibition of day fireworks ever witnessed in the Northwest. Crowning of Carnival Oueen! lialiy Show! Country Store! Public Wedding! Races of All Kinds! Mardi Gras, the night of much confetti! (irand Art Kxhibit by Woman's Club of Grants Pass! Mineral Kxhibit under com petent management. YOU COMING WITH THE l'KOIlK Only once iu a lifetime? I The World's Greatest Carnival Company. l'luMtt rntcM oil tlm Kinil hern l'lictlic. JUNE 17, 18, 19, 20 Grants Pass Grants Pass ! ENTERTAINMENT OF KINGS. Italr'a Moiwireh la Considered Ih. (i.p.t Uuest a Hallos Vmn llara. The big receptio...

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. — 4 June 1903

1 t VOL XIX GRANTS PAS?. JOSENIIXE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1903. No. 10. sewn rve cunuic pnr.iiMP Some P-aro Birds and Animals in the Meno,yerie. Mr. K. J. Arnold's big tented shows will take their departure in in Port land a Sunday for a tour of tin- three North Pacific states, returning to winter hem late ni'Xt fall, unless the owner concludes to tour the south anil southwest during thci winter months. Many renders of thn Journal, in fact, most, of them, it is believed, have small conception (if iho magni tude cf th.) utnuK.'inent aggregation colki'U'd toi'thcr hero hy this t-ntrr-(irisiiiK i-ili..'ii. Altojii'tlu r tlw ru are liinn laru ti'litp', 0111' of them 100x220 feet, unrt tlio attraetions include more than a scoio of entirely new features, probably never before gathered to gether and exhibited in one anna. All last fall and winter Mr. Arnold wan engaged in scouring America for something to show the people that could not be seen elsewhere, and how well ho. lias su...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 4 June 1903

ROGUE KiVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in rdvsncs, $1.50 Hix Months, - , . - .76 Three Month. ... ,40 Hliiitle Copies, - .06 Advertising Races Humhed on application at the utiles, or by mail. Ohitusrie ant resolutions of con dolence will Ise charged for al 5c per line; card of thank 'i0c. A. E. VOORIIIES, Propr. & Mngr Entered at the post ollii e at Grants l's"s, Oregon, sa second-clss mail matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 190:i. No one cau deny that Jleamcs, tlinngli lio is defeated, made a gallant race. Tliu odds wore too 'grcut. Il would be almost a niirnclo for a dem ocnit to bo elected to rotiKresti from a district so strongly republican an this one in. On state or county elections tlio voters will naturally "Heratoh" with fur more freedom tliun tin y will wlii'ii unliomil issues aro involved. All things considered, lid did well whi n lie cut tlio natural republican majority donn by half. liingir 1 (crinami, the" liidnmi ta...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 4 June 1903

w E L H WW n "4 4 :1 4 1r EVERYTHING in the store GOING! Have you bought a Suit? If not, better buy now. One Hundred and Fifty Suits have been sold during the last three weeks These customers have saved from $2.50 to $7.50 on each suit. Better buy now before your sizes are gone. These prices will convince you that you will be money ahead when, buying of us. mm ia foolish to pay $5.00 fora hat when you can buy The Gordon for so much less NOW $2.25 1 II H 1 A I 1YI - IN MEN'S CLOTHING We have the very newest patterns and cuts. If you want to keep cool come and buy one of our Light-weight Summer Suits. Have the two or three piece kinds, liuy now before your size is gone. $ 4.00 Men's suits go at . $ 3 00 COO " " " ' 4 so 10.00 ' ' C 05 12.50 9 35 10,50 " " " " .' 12 25 '20.00 " " " " 10 50 $ 2.00 IJoys' suits go at 05 2.50 " " " " l 75 3.00 " ' 2 25 4.00 " " " " 3 00 0.00 " " " "... 4 75 7.50 " " " 6 00 IN MEN'S HATS We have what you want. The latest blocks in Stetson's, Gordon's, King...

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

as NEW JAPANESE MAOIC Mysterious Act on the Stag Which Nobody Can Explain. Tfca "txkMlti rMiUli' Vtltk (Mi Fortk twvm a Hrd r Ik E(i o( at P. rf r m 4 r. Otuul One of the mini lntreating tricki t!iut those wonderful people tlie Jap nm.se luif contributed to the.auiuaa ...tin W American public In llie v.. .lmu,.jl li.uu.aiu" act. The orijr-in.-tio. i f tM fisit is i'rof. SliogiokiihHi '1 t'.i-lrlu of '1 i..io, "juggler patronized u:t-. t;ivt'n a gold n.ei.al by his imperial ii.t'.j.'.-t.v the Mika.lo," to quote his card, report the Chicago t'lnoiuole. In hit country Ten-Ichi Is accounted a Treat niflgtcian and a wealthy man. It in said that he has a fortune of 500, I yen, which ia opiivalcnt to making; liini a many-tinira millionaire in thia country. He live in a palace in the environ of the Japanese imperial city and on hi extensive estates has erected a go-down, or storehouse, in which he has curiosities estimated to be worth 2.VI.0IKI yens. Japs never keep their ralnahles or relic...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 4 June 1903

1 1 " 3i Um OUfl PERSONAL COLUMN People a.s They Come and Go MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS HERMANN LANDS PRIZE HARTH & SON, GRANTS PASS. School Children Assist in the Brief Notes B.nd Items o( interest end Importance. Republican Candidate Elected by About IA00. From Day to Day Decoration Ceremonies. . 4 4 deering: If You See or Hay Rake you know that Mower lias ball and roller bearings and the Hav Ttako is all steel. We have both machines set up and will gladly exhibit them. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. CL'LTINATOKS. Grunts Pass is on the move, and will soon be on the top wave of pros perity. Wo k'lirn from authentic sources that at least a hundred build ingsbusiness houses and residences will be erected during the coining summer. Please remember that we are in the market with nil descrip tions of builders' tools and builders' hardware, and if yon are ".intending to build, bring in your speculations and we will talk it over. We can also furnish lime and cement in...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 4 June 1903

? Grants Pass JUNE 17, 13, 19,20 ITS 3 IN ONE GRAND W. O. W. CARNIVAL! ELABORATE STREET FAIR! MAMMOTH CIRCUS! 7-BIG TENTS - 7 A TROUPE IN EVERY TENT "YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS" The Menagerie! Negro riantation! Japanese Tc-;i Ganli'ti! The Hinilo Theater! Kdison Ivlectric Show! Palace of Mirth! 'Kr ris Wheel! Animal Merry-Go-Konnrl! li.illoon Ascension an.! Parachute Jump! Mammoth Street Parade! Japanese Day I-nc-works, the greatest exhibition f day fireworks ever witm ss d in the Northwest. Crowning of Carnival Oil' en1 lia'iv Show! Country Store! Public Wedding! Races of All Kind-! Matdi Gras, the night of much confetti! firand Ail Kxhibit by Woman's Club of Grants Pass! Mineral JCxhibit under com petent inanageinent. AUK VOIT COMINO WITH TIIK I'KOIM.K Only once in a lifetime? The World's Greatest Carnival Company. 1 i-lii'--ii ( -m on lie Ni.nl li.-rii 1'iK-ili.-. JUNE 17, 18, 19,20 Grants Pass Grants Pass Excursion Rate to Yaqulna Bay. On Joiim lt tlm Knutlwrn Pncllic Co. will ri'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 11 June 1903

VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 1 1933. No. it. I i i ; i - , f Closing Out f I Welch's Clothing Store Summer Soft vShirts Complete line of Latest Novelties in Silks, Madras,' Bedford Cords, Etc. 1400 to Select From 970 of them will be sold at 80 cents Each Olhor Soft Shirts for G')c; Cheaper ones for 40c; Good Lino of Men's Heavy Working Shirts for 10c. Buy now while we have a greater selection in your size. If you waht tae Best Stock. Your money will see us. Welch's Clothing OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. THE COLONIAL - LODGING ... HOUSE.. . K street, ni'Xt to Josephine Hotel. Newly furnished complete.. Rooms by day or week. Kates reasonablo. W. F. Harrington, Propr. HOTEL HOME KITCHEN Three blocks north of Depot. . Try our ."CiMIt MoillM. Board and Lodging $5.00 per week. II. MDNGOl.n, Proprietor. I RED'K D. STRICKKR, M.D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Masonic Temple, Room 9. Office hours: Grants Pass, II tO 12 A.M. J to 4 P. M. OtlKGOS. SWEETLANI) &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 11 June 1903

I. ROGUE KiVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OKKliON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, In fdvsnce, Hix Mouths, Tl.ree Months, fcingle Copies, .40 .06 Advertising Races Furnished on application at the oflire, or by mail. - Obituaries and resolution of con dolence will charged for at 'k per line; ciirdtf thank .. A. E. VOORIIIES, PllOPB. & M.NGR Entered at the post otlire at II rants Oregon, as secernl-cla mail matter. THURSDAY. JUNK J I. I!t03. Tim coiiimunioaliou of " Prosjiect or," pnblished in another column, linwuli oiii! view of the forest reserve which 1 shared ly some of the min ers, .honied flic greater iiuniber have expressed themselves in npposli ion to tberesoivo. In regard to the "f!rab bilif; ' ' of tliulsT land ly bif concern while it i possible that tliia may have been donn ill pome cases, tin' great ma jority of tlio timber locations have been made in pood faith by k ople of only moderate meniiH. The Ashland Tribune ill mi utteni)! to defend Ashland'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 11 June 1903

4 or Hay Rake you know that it stands for tho best. The Mower has ball and roller bearings and tho Hay Rake is all steel. We have both machines set) up and will gladly exhibit them. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. CCLT1NATORS. iiiilders' I Grants Puss in ou tho move, ami will moil be ou thu top ware of pros perity. Wo learn from authentic sources that at least a hundred, build ingsbusiness honses and residences will bo erected during tliu coining: summer. Pleaso remember that we are in the market with all descrip tions of bailders' tools and builders' hardware, and if yon aro .intending to bnild, bring iu your specicutinu and wo will talk it over. We can also furnish lime and cement in large or small quantities, and carry a full lino of tho best prepared paints, outside or inside purposes, that was evi you witli your building, from the foundation to the roof Come in and see us. IIAIlt ltlDDLE Grants Pass, h!7 'E wish to call special attention to our white shirt waists. Wo have some ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 11 June 1903

1 .Grants Pass JUNE 17, TS3 ; . GRAND W. O. W. CARNIVAL! ELABORATE STREET FAIR! .., MAMMOTH CIRCUS! 7 -BIG TENTS -7 A TROUPE IN EVERY TENT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS" Tlie Menagerie! Negro Plantation! Japanese Tea Garden! The Hindo Theater! Kdisou Electric Show! Palace of .Mirth! Ptr- tis Wheel! Atlinial Merry Go-KoundT Halloon Ascension and . Parachute Jump! Mamnioth Street Parade! Japanese Day Pire works, the greatest cxhihitioti of day fireworks ever witnessed "' in the Northwest. '' Crowning of Carnival (Jitcen! Haliy Show! . .l( Country Store! Public Wedding! Races of All Kinds! Mnr.H ,Cras, the night of much confetti! 12 rand Art Kxhihit ly 'Woman's Club of Grants Pass! Mineral Exhibit under mm- )etent management. AliK YOU COM I NO WITH Till: TKOI'IJ: Only once in a lifetime? - The World's Greatest Carnival Company. It i-iIimm-i! I'll (CM on lli- (Son i ln'i-ii I'liclfie. JUNE 17, 18, 19, 20 Grants Pass Grants Pass HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS France anil Switzerland Uainf Tar on Their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 18 June 1903

tfrttY t VOL- XIX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 18 1903. No. 12. Sale I Welch's Clothing Store I Goods Are Going Better Come Before too Late Summer Soft Shirts Complete lino of Latest Novelties in Silks, Madras, Bedford Cords, Etc. 1400 to Select From Otlu .)70 of them will be sold at 80 cents Each r Soft Shirts for li c; Clioapor one.-; for 40c; Good Lino of Men's Heavy Working Shirts for 10c. Buy now while we have a greater selection in your size. If you waht tac Best Ileliahle Goods Stock. Your money will buy more good; sec us. ' in Southern Oregon come and sec our hero than anywhere else. Come and I OPERA HOUSE RLOCK. GRANTS PASS. THE COLONIAL - LODGING ... HOUSE... K street,, next to Josephinu Hotel. - Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co. Newly furnished ooinplcto. Kooms by On)' in- week, Hates reasonable. W. F. Harrington, Propr. I r.Wlt I P CAl'lTAL STOCK tiU5.00U.0O. HOTEL HOIE KITCHEN Three block north of Depot. Try our C't 3Inl.-. Board and Lodging ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 18 June 1903

ROOUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREOOX, JUXE i8, 1903. ROGUE KlVER COURIER GBANT8 PASS, OREGON. Publlhd Evry Thuraday. Subscription Rates 1 One Year, In sdvaDce, 11 SO Hi l Months, " Tbn Month. ... .40 Single Copies, - Advertising Rata Furnlihed on application at the office, or bjr mail. ' Obituaries and resolution of con dolence will be charged for at Sc per line; card ol thanks 50c. A. E. VOORHIES, PBQPB. & Mnob Entered at the post office at Grants ! Oregon, as second-class mail matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1903. The government of Sorvia lias boon overthrown by U army. Kliitf Alex ander and Queen Draga were assassi nated and the king'! ministers were Iho murdered. TI10 eutfro dynasty was wiped out. The army lias pro ctalmod Peter Karagoorgevitch as kiiiK- A forest Are was ragl" oiet In Western Washington yesterday, and a cry for rain has gone np from that region. If the forest Area begin already, what may we expect of tbeir destructive work late in the summer? It may do no goo...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 18 June 1903

GRANTS PASS 6ARMIYAL AND STREET Arnold's Oregon, Pacific and Furnishing the Vni-r .Vlces R.oJ-.ie' River . Cavtip fit. .55. Woodmert of lib World. . - - Tim .biggest eutcrUinmc vent lu the bistury of Southern Oregon is now in progress iu the grand street ifair ami pnmivAl which onened in Grants Puin nu Wednesday mornins. Aimire-U ment galore presents itself to the crowds of pleasure seekers lu be wildering variety and the weak is to be one grand festival of merriment mid pleasure. Though according to the pre gram the carnival did not open until Wed nesday, yet it has ieally been ca.rni- yal time since thu beginning of ..'he ! n;vfcJr. On Momi.iy, Arnold's Oregon PiiSc ami Oriental Carnival traiu, vwitiir'fri iieiglit of attractions, rolled ! iulo -tntJii Pass and since that time I the town 1J l'eu all life, bustlo and BCtivitv, Willi COUSiaui si 1011. ui -xcre. seekers gathering from all powifc pt Southern Oregon. Every day wg&ltnw a new influx of visitors and alt HKfl"lje is on...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 18 June 1903

W mm L C H GOING GOING O N W N Have you; bought that SUIT, HAT,' SHOES or PANTS that you said you would need? If not better be getting them. Don't wait until tomorrow for what you ought to buy today. As tomorrow may be too , late. Remember you will be MONEY AHEAD when YOU BUY at WELCH'S. ' ft Isn't it foolish to pay $5.00 fora hat when you can buy The Gordon for so y much less NOW $2.25 .,1 -1 I - V) I ' i- J i ' CLOTHING lr I At i lo 31n iintl 1 Jiyf Uoj m, . or llitX 3Ion mid Iilllo Jioyn. all tit CLOSING OUT1 lJMCJiS f 4.00 Men's suits go at : .....$ 3 00 COO " 10.00 " 12.50 " 10.50 " 20.00 " 4 00 6 95 9 85 " 12 25 10 50 II I 2.00 Boys' suits go at 2.50 " " " " 3.00 ' " " " 4.00 ' " " " 0.00 " 7.50 " It II II II II II 05 1 75 2 25 3 00 4 75 6 00 HATS Tor the l!ig Fellow With the Little Head or The Little Icllow With the Swell. Head all at small O I A !S I ISO- O UrF 1J HOI . $4.50 Stetson Huts go at $3 35 3.00 Gordon 2 25 3.00 Kingsburyll lata go at 2 25 2.50 Stylish Hats go at 1...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 18 June 1903

t i ' ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRAJTTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE IS, 1903. OUR PERSONAL COLUMN THE HEPPNER CLOUDBURST THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS MISS HOWARD'S RECITAL HARTH tl SON GRANTS PASS. People e-s.They Come end Go Hundred of People Lost Thei Brief Notes ewnd Items of Interest Hundred of Guests Were De- From Day to Day Lives In'Morrow County. svnd Importance. lighted Monday Evening. i I -1 . Nil I 1 ; ? . 4 j V 4 ceci;:.:- deering: If You See or Hay Kako you know that it stands for the best. The Mower has ball and roller bearings and the Hay Rake is all steel. We have both-machines set up and will gladly exhibit them. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. CCMINATOHS. me BAIN Through It iight running qualities, Buiu Wiigou it rapidly becoming the wagon in the west and northwest. iu a car load, with a good assortment we have, another ear on the way from jiurcliaso a wagon, uo matter howj light or how heavy, coma in and look over our stock, and you will find what you are looking for, with the price jus...

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. — 18 June 1903

directory J08EPHIS Jndga CommiMlonin Clerk Deputy Clerk Btieritr. Dermty Mheriff. Treuunr School rtupt.... Ataemor , Surveyor.. Coroner COUSTY 0FFICER8. J. 0. Booth j John Well. 10. K. Lovelace K. I.. Hartlett T. P. Judeton .'. Geo. W- Lewi Ernent Lister J.T. Taylor Lincoln Havana ...... W. 11. Fallin H C. I'erkirii ' " ' '.. V. K. Kremer . city omcEits. Mayor Z i . ; ... J. F. lladmr Auditor and I'olio J udge. . . . J .J. Jeniiinin Trea-mrer , Col. W. Johnson City Attorney ' .vle Marnbal John Lockbiirdl Street Hupfc. . .' enry K nutien Councllinen . J. I.. Calvert, J. A. Kehkoirf, Will 0. Builtb, Herliert bluish, H. C. I'erklii. ' : FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. Grant, hn Led A. F. A. M., No-W. regular communication llrst and third " Saturday.. Viniung brother curdially invited. B. VV. Kino W. M. : A. J. Pin, Bec'y. Royal Arch Maaon--Keaiiie Chapter No. , ) oieela aecond and fourth WedneHday i Maaonichall. H. C. Uomu. J. E. Partano. Secy. Eaatern Ur-Joephlne Chapter. No. l uwta nrnt and thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 25 June 1903

I VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. JUNE 35 1903. No. 13. s. i - V i ?! .'I VI ft -t : i A vr? V & W a&VQ, .... Wee's Here Is the War It Was 1 I paid WELCH $14.35 for a Suit," The other fellow wanted $18 00 '' " " 2.95 " Shoes " - " ' " 3 50 ' 2.25 " Hat "' ' 3 00 .80 " Shirt 1 00 " " " .40 " Tie 4 " " 50 V " " .10 " Collar " " " " 15 " " " -20 " Socks " " " " 25 Total paid Welch Thou lie showed me the best line of EXTRA PANTS I ever laid my eyes on. And the prices! They are wity down. Bought me an extra pair for $2.15. The other fellow wanted $3.50 for the same pants, Better 0 and koo him. lie will do the. same by you as he did by inc. Good selection from which to choose. The place is Welch's Clothing Store. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. THE COLONIAL - LODGING ... HOUSE.. . K street, next to Josephine Hotel. Newly furnished complete. Kooms by day or week. Kates reasonable. W F. Harrlnqton, Propr. HOTEL HOME KITCHEN Three blocks north of Depot. Try niir Board a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 25 June 1903

ROOUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE 25, 1903. ROGUE kiVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Ratea: Ona Year. In sdvancc, $1.60 nis Mouths. Tfcrea Montha, ... .40 Hingle Copies, - - .06 Advertising Races Furnished on application at the oflics, or Djr uiau. Obituaries and resolution of con dolence will be charged for at 5c per line card ot mans ouc. A. E. VOORHIES, Propr. & Mnub Entered at the pout office at Grants Oregon, at second-class mail matter. THURSDAY'. JUNE 2r. 1003. Onr little Htory of "Joe Lane' Treaty Tree" is being copied very freoly without any credit being given Grover Cleveland ban sjsikeu al last in decided words on tho suhject of bil candicacy for )iresideutial lion era and ias deprived the iro)lit8 of considerable amount, of material An impression lias gone forth among at least a portion of the people that the gambling games which were run nlng during the first days of the car nival were a rt of that institution. Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 25 June 1903

RQOUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE S. W. OUR PERSONAL COLUMN MILETA COMMANDERY, K.T. THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS Brief Notes svnd Items of Interest FEATURES OF CARNIVAL ask roa THt People b They Come e.nd Go From Day to Day KnlgM Templars Organize Grants Pivss This Weak In Large Crowds e.nd Lively Time During the Big Show. e.nd Importance. h shoe SAq 7k deering: If Vou See or Hay Rako you know that Slower lias hall ana roller ocai all steel. We have both machines set up ami will gladly exhibit thorn. Cramer Oild Fellows Block. CULTIVATORS. 6c BAIN Through its light running qualities, Bain Wagon is rapidly becoming the wagon in the west and northwest, iu a car load, with a good assortment we have another far on the way from purchase a wagon, no matter how over our stuck, and you will find price just right, Thoso who have Tliey are on exhibition in our wagon IIAIIMUDDLE Grants Pass, ...Cosmo Coinmeiieim; Saturday, Tune 27. to closo out entire stock. Everything goes at cost. All g...

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