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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 8 October 1903

ROC UK RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON', OCTOBER 8, 1903. 4 T3U. C. G.U. Column ' The W. O. T. (J. will meet with Mn Mary Fay, October 9, at 2 :30 p. m. Keep Away. Mvboy.koep'away from temptation, It may conquer yoa ere yon think ; 'Tii a perilous thing to dally And toy with the demon, drink. Many itronger than yoa have tarried, They were lafu and hoc urn, they thought, Tet they yielded, one fatal moment, And wide-spread rain was wrought 80 keep away from temptation. T'ii yoar afeHt plan, my dear noil Do not sally oar life Vfuir rocord Ere yoar manhood '1 well bt'gau. Fort hero 'i nothing bat iiorrow fol lows In the wake of a man's Brut drink. Do not take the first step, it may plungo yoa Down over perdition's brink. Charlotte Archer-Huney. "Ra.ce Suicide" ki Viewed by Woman. Of late I have road various articles in regard to race suicide. In these, woman is charged witli having lost the God-given desire to become a wifa and mother. Various reasons are assigned for this, but I hav...

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. — 8 October 1903

fcOGUE RIVER COt'Rltlil, GRANTS tASiS. OREGON, OCTOBER d, t90j. mam . 1 J .V FRESH ARRIVALS i Fig Prune Cereal, Fine and Coarse Graham, (buyers best) Rye Flour, Blue Ribbon haid wheat Flour, Split Peas, Sago, Tapioca, Etc. Sweet Potatoes now in Market Eggs very scarce at 30 cents for strictly fresh stock, Sweet and Sour Pickels, Green Peppers. New Petite Prunes per lb. 3ic, New Irish Mackeral. WHITE. HOUSE GROCERY. BICYCLES In order to make room on the Stock, we shall close out our prices Now is your time to and Vedette's at a bargain. ED Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. BICYCLES REPAIRED. Courier and Oregonian $2 a year SATURDAY, GRAND SATURDAY'S Great Harvest Sale In our cloak department we aro showing a stock of over 500 la-lies' misses' and children's Coats, Jacket- imd Capes. All -f the very latest designs and colorings at prices that will interest tho cash buyers. One Pair Fine Dress Kid Gloves Tree to everyone purchasing a la-lies wrap in our cloak department, Next Saturday, O...

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. — 8 October 1903

i P.OOUKSRIVKR COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON', OCTOBER 8, 1903. GRANTS PASS AND Continued from 1st pago. lug. He will save yon money. He hoys and sells everything of Talue. He Is loomed in the McArtliar building- C. L. Clevenger. None of tlie arU come Dearer onr homes and affections than does pho tography. By its means the poor as well as the ricli are enabled to pre serve tlu pictured semblance of loved ones and to adorn their walls wi th pleasing reproductions of the bent works of the matters. One of the skil led members of the profession is Mr. O. L. Clevenger of this city. He is a true artist of talent and attainment, and t.is heart is iu his work. He duos all kinds of photographic work, including views, mining scenes, ani mal .pictures, commercial work, and in fact, any and all kinds of work pertaining to the art of photography He has been iu business here for five years, and is well and favoruhly known. E. A. Eder. One of the representative business men of this city is Mr. K. A...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 October 1903

f VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1903. No. 39. it 74 .1 SHOT to PIECES prices on SingerScwiiis Machine $26 Genuine lat est improved, strictly new, 5 drawer, drop head, oak or walnut casing. Address: Ono $70 machine for $20 every Saturday to the party sending in the largest num ber of people who have no sewing machine. E. J. MAHAN, X5ha "WHITE" MAN Grants Pass, Oregon (AN INDIAN WAR STORY As Narrated by an 8-Year Old I Grants Pass Boy. Ouce niiou a tiuio a war was raised from thu Indians. The white people had to fight them aud the war was begun and they fought for a long time. Oue man started to ran down the hill aud the captain called him and said "you como baik." and at that moment the Iudiau sent a bullet in the captain's breast and he fell dead, bat still they kept on fighting. The Indians got in the caves and they woid dodge up and 6hoot. But the white people would bo ready all the time aud they drove them back to their homes, badly , whip...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 October 1903

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGOX, OCTOBER 15, 1903. ROGUE RIVER COURlERl GRANTS PAHS, ORKfiON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription "Rates: One Year, in dvce, - U-M Kix Months, .... .76 Three Months. - .'W Wngle Copies, . - .16 Advertising Rate Furnished on appllcstion at the uflire, or bv mail. Obituaries and resolutions nf coii-J lioience. will iw ciiBige,, ii m "- card o( thanks 50u. A. E. VOORHIES, PROI'B. Sc Mnor Entered at the post office at Grants !', Oregon, as second-clasi mail matter. THURSDAY. OCTOBER IB. 1U03. Tlio products of Aliifika iu the lust 80 rears Imvo amoutcd to IHU, uno, ow As we mid Rusaia bat $7,200,000 for tlio torrilory, wo nuiy bo proud of our barKviu. Tun million stray pieces readied the duad letter office daring the JMist fisenl year. fSO.MM) ciudi and money oruers and clierlm to tlio value of tl, 4'.'i,KVt were found in tho letters. Yellow fever U still prevalent in soma parts of tlio South. In Loredx, Tex., 2fi new eiit.es having been re por...

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

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGON, OCTOBER 15, 1903. . A v 4 FRESH ARRIVALS Fig Prune Cereal, Fine and Coarse Graham, (buyers best) Rye Flour, Blue Ribbon haid wheat Flour, Split Peas, Sago, Tapioca, Etc. Sweet Potatoes now in Markbt Eggs very scarce at 30 cents for strictly fresh stock, Sweet and Sour Pickels, Green Peppers. New Petite Prunes per lb. 3,'aC, New Irish Mackeral. WHITE HOUSE GROCERY. .FISHERMEN WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF Cane CHOICE ON'F.S, STRAIGHT, SELECT ED STOCK. WE HAVE OX HAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SPLIT BAMBOO RODS. FLIES, SPOONS, LINES, ETC. :::::::::: Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. OLIVER PLOWS Refrigerators and Ice ...MUST GO.. Wc haven't room to store them until next season and must fret rid of them. Wo offer them at 20 Per Cent Discount IIAIIMIIDDLE HAllDWAltE Co. Grants Pass, - Oregon. Do not buy your Ladies and Children's Winter Underwear Until you sec ours. They are all going at exceptionally low prices. And many other rare bargains at T...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 15 October 1903

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 15. J93- PTOGENT PARAGRAPHS; "She's a grtn t looi&l light, Isn't ah? Tfee. Twenty thousand diamond pow r." Town Topics. 6b "So you have crossed the. oceans, fit times. You must be getting used to K." He "Yes, considerably. I have lately got so that I recojrniie, over half the waves we meet." Town and Coun try. Litigant "You take nine-tentha of the damages? Outrageous! Lawyer "I furnish the skill and eloquence and learning for the cause." Litigant "But I furnish the causs." Lawyer "Oh, anybody could do that." London Tit-Dits. First Detective "The more I think of it, the more firmly I am convinced that the man I arrested hist night did not give his right name." (Second De tective "What name did be give?" First Detective "John Do." Town and Country. "There goes a great genius!" ex claimed the Georgia eitizen, as a tall figure slouched by. "Novelist?" ".No, but he reads all the novels the other fellows write." "You call that 'genius?...

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

nifosf mutut VOL. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER a, 1903. No. 30. "A 9 SHOT to PIECES m prices on SiiigerScwing Macliine Genuine lat est improved, strictly new, 5 drawer, drop head, oak or walnut casing. Address: E. J. MAHAN, Ue "WHITE" MAN Grants Pass, Oregon JRED'K. D. STRICKER, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Masonic Temple, Room 9, Office hours: Grants Pass, 11 to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 p. m. Okkgox. John M. Kuniuiell K. -M. Hummel JUMMELX & RUMMELL ATTORNEYS Sixth aud O Streets opp. Court House Grants Pass, - okkuon A C. HOUGH. ATTOllNKY-AT LAW, practices in all State and Federal Courts Jllice over First National Hunk. tit ran rs Pass, 1 Ikki.un. pROF. F. G. BINDER MAGNETIC HEALER Office, Room 1, Colonial Lodging House Gkants Pass, - Orecon. II. II. BARTON, WATCHMAKER and JEWELER. Full assortment of Watches, Clerks, Sil verware ami Jewelry. A Good Assortment of Bracelets and Heart liuilgles, Olemens' Drug Store. SWEETLANI) & CO. FRESHVnd salt...

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

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 22, 1903. ROGUE KiVER COURIER GRANTS I'ASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. SubscrlptlonlRates 1 On Year, in dvaoce, Bix Months, Tores Months, Hlngle Copies, tl.SC .70 .40 .Ob Advertising; Races furnished on application at the office, or by mail. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence will be charged for at 6c per line; ard of thanks 00c. A. E. VOORHIES, Pbopr. & MNOR Entered at the pout office at Grants I's-s, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1903. An extra session of coDgrupg liatt been called bj 'lie president to con vene on Njvornber 9, for the purpose of considering commercial convmi'ion with Cuba. Macli internal throughout the world In being taken in tho experiment in rapid electric traction at Berlin, tlm terriflo speed of 125 miles an hour having been attained. Grants Pass is one town where the citizens work togethor to build up their town with the result that that town ii having a splendid ...

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. — 22 October 1903

I ... ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 22, J903. FRESH ARRIVALS Fig Prune Cereal, Fine and Coarse Graham, (buyers best) Rye Flour, Blue Ribbon hatd wheat Flour, Split Peas, Sago, Tapioca, Etc Sweet Potatoes now in Market Eggs very scarce at 30 cents for strictly fresh stock, Sweet and Sour Pickels, Green Peppers. New Petite Prunes per lb. 3c, New Irish Mackeral. WHITE HOUSE GROCERY. FTSHERMEN WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF Cane CHOICE ONES, STRAIGHT, SELECT ED STOCK. , WE HAVE ON HAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SPLIT BAMBOO RODS. FLIES, SPOONS, LINES, ETC. :::::::::: Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. OLIVER PLOWS GARLAND RANGES. Refrigerators Jiml Ice Cream Freezers ...MUST GO... Wo haven't room to store them until next season and must pet rid of them. We offer them at 20 Per Cent Discount HAIIMUDDLE HARDWARE Co. Grants Pass, - Oregon. Where Hindsight is as good as Foresight is in our SEW STYLES IN .WINTER HATS. We have a large assortment of pret iv, graceful ami styli...

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

fcOGUE RIVER COURIER, GRAXfsi HSS, OREGON, OCTOBER 21, 190$. i Sickness steala more taring than the burglar. Slowly, coin by coin, the ' money that hits been ao hardly earned i paid out for drugs anil doctors. Sickness is the worst enemy of the work ing man, anil the common cause of the working man's sickness is disease of the stomach often involving the heart, lungs, liver, or kidneys. ... The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery will stop the stesling of the savings by sickness. It cures dis eases of the stomach snd other organs of digestion and nutrition. It cures dis eases of heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, etc., when these diseases are caused by the diseased condition of the stomach and its allied organs. " About ten years aro I be Ran to have tremble wttb my iiKk,' wnlea M m. Connolly, of 5.1 Walnut Mrrel. Lorain, Oalo. " II ao " k - ? i.M hnmt .till I WOttld belch up (. ann aa Is awful rlMrrea al aurk tlmea. 1 hae tnploy4 and hn Irealao by the lieal dectora IB IM diy h...

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. — 29 October 1903

GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1903. Not 3n VOL. XIX. shot to pieces rn prices on S7 SiiigerScwing Machine Vp Genuine lat est improved, s rietly new, 5 drawer, drop head, oak or walnut casing. Address: E. J. MAHAN, Ue WHITE" MAN Grants Pass, Oregon pRED'K. D. STRICKER, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Masonic Temple, Room 9, Office hours: Grants Pass, 11 to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 P. M. OltEGON. John M. liuiimiell K. M. Hummel JUMMELL & RUMMELL ATTORNEYS Sixth and C! Streets opp. Court House Grants Pass, Ok kg on A C. HOUGH, ATTOUNKY-aT law, artices in all State and Federal Courts Ortice over First National Hank. Grants Pass, - Okkuon. ROF. F. G. BINDER MAGNETIC HEALER Office, Room 1, Colonial Lodging House Grants Pass, - Oregon. II. II. BARTON, WATCHMAKER and JEWELER. full iwsortnient of Watches, Clocks, Sil verware and Jewelry. A Good Assortment of Hracelet and Heart Mangles, ilemens' Drug Store. SWEETLAM) & CO. FRESH and SALT MEATSrST .'HONS ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 October 1903

kOOUE RIVER COURIER, GRANffJ i'ASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 9 I90J. ROGUE kiVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i On Year, in tdvaoce, 1160 Bix Months, ' Three Months, ... .40 Single Copies, - .06 Advertising Races Furnished on application at the office, or by mill. - Obituaries and resolution of con dolence will be charged for at 6c per line; sard of thanks flOc. A. E. VOORIIIES, Propr. & Mnor Entered at the post office at Orant l's"s, Oregon, as second-class mall matter. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21). 1903. f Bagatoll SaRoout, president of the Armenian Revolutionary Society in London, was murdered In the anbarb cT" Ifnubead Monday even inn. The crime has created a iensation, as it has every appearanae of bolng of a po litical character, and lias been pro oedod by thelasaassinatlon of other official! of brandies of the samo sooi ety"ontlie"oontinnt The lateHt craze Is known as "How old is Ann?" A Harvard professor started It, bot it l as swept through ...

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 October 1903

1) koGtiJ kiVKR courier, CkAfa frA&, Oktdo, 6iToiiiiU ty, I96J, FRESH ARRIVALS Carson Grapes (Rose of Peru) very nice Fresh Quaker Oats, Grape Nuts, Wheatine, Granola, Postum Cereal, Shreded Wheat Biscuit, Fig Prune Cereal, Fine and Coarse Graham, (buyers best) Rye Flour. Blue Ribbon haid wheat Flour, Split Peas, Sago, Tapioca, Etc Sweet Potatoes now in Market Eggs very scarce at 30 cents for strictly fresh stock, Sweet and Sour Pickels, Green Peppers. - New Petite Prunes per lb. yiC, New Irish Mackeral. WHITE HOUSE GROCERY. AT LAST We have succeeded in getting a large stock of Flower Pots in all sizes from four to twelve inches. They are the best we ever had. If you have any flowers to transplant be fore winter, call on us. Cramer Bros. Od.1 Fellows Block. SEWER PIPE. CHIMNEY PIPE. Keep Warm 4 and be Comfortable OUR PERSONAL COLUMN People e.s They Come end Go From Day to Day. 11111! A cold house is an inexcusable evil. Tlieie's heat when you want it ami just as you want it in C...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 29 October 1903

fiOGt'k RIVEfc COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGO.V, OCTOBER 29, 1903. A WILD AMERICAN. Eccentric Millionaire Shocks Japan with His Queer Way. Um with Omw Dln 0t aaU, rroad fcy -" Fsram o( Vies Bars I7 u Monk! ta Flchl. In a paper on def ective, read by Dr. Martin W. Barr, chief physician of U Pennsylvania school for feeble mliid td children, before the summer s-hool of philanthropy at the charities build ing, a remarkable instance, wai men tioned by him of eccentricity that haa causad comment in scientific circlea. It wai the case of an American mul timillionaire who ia living in far ast em countriea and leading a life of aueh peculiarity at to be almost hicredible, aaya a New York report. According to Dr. Karr, thii man la a neurotic. It is estimated that hia for tune ia In the neighborhood of 110, 000,000, but no attempt haa been made to have him declared incompetent; he ta left free to run hie course. Ilia family are refined and socially promi nent. Whenever they apeak of the on'a eour...

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. — 5 November 1903

VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1903. No. ja. SAW THE AURORA BOREALIS Display Witnessed by the OwU of Several Cities. Friday at midnight, Portland and Seattle were treated to a display of Aurora Borealis, or light strenniers iu the uortlicru sky, it having consider able effect on the magetio needle aud telegraph wires for a couple of hours. It was plainly visible iu Ashland at 2 o'clock Saturday morning and was witnessed by Telegraph Operator G. F. Wilson aud others. The body of the light was of a red tiat throwing out bright white rays at times, nlruost to the zanitu. It was seen early Saturday morning by Geo. S. En banks, when it seemed to rest on the horizon aud a beautiful spray of bright white streamers spread upward. Ashland Tribune. The serious disturbance doe to the Aurora Boreaha caused great interfer ence witn telegraph wires all over the the world. Ocean cables were rend ered almost useless and telegraph and JRED'K D. STRICKER, M. D....

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 November 1903

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, NOVEMBER 5. 93- J. ROGUE KiVER COURIER' GRANTS TASS, ORiXiON. Published Evry Thursday. Subscription Rata: On Year. In hItmm, HU Months. Tbre Month!, Single Copies, 1150 .7 .40 .1 Advertising Racss Furnished on application at lh office, or by inaH, Obituaries and resolution of con , doJsnra will b charged for 5c per line; 1 sard of thanks 90c. A. K. VOOBHIES, Propb. 4 Mnor Entered at the pout office at OranU P-s, Oregon, as aecvnd-cla mail matter. i TJIUKSDAY, Nov, fitli. 1903. f The official badge for tho comiuR ir rlgation meeting , iu Pondluton has boon happily chosen. The bead of ripMMKl wheat, the sprig of alfalfa and the wiip of aagfl brosli, tied with a string of wool That littlo symbol tolls the story of tlio Wont IU opto lug chapter, M road In the sprig of age brush, foils of the owourinercd wildorneM.' as the Western pionoer found It The frints of their toil and heroism are socn In the emblems of civilization, tlx head of wheat and ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 November 1903

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, CRANfS PASS, OREGON. NOVEMBER 5, 190;. Garson Grapes OUR PERSONAL COLUMN (Rose of Peru) very nice Fresh Quaker Oats., Grape Nuts, Wheatiue, Grauola, Postum Cereal, Shreded Wheat Biscuit. Fig Prune Cereal, Fine and Coarse Graham, (buyers best) Rye Flour, Blue Ribbon hatd wheat Flour, Split Teas, Sago, Tapioca, Etc". Sweet Pofaiees now in Market Eggs very scarce at 30 cents for strictly fresh stock. Sweet aud Sour Pickets, Green Peppers. -New Petite Prunes per lb. 3lic, New Irish . Mackeral. WHITE HOUSE GROCERY. People b.s They Come &rid Co From Day to Day. In crder to make room for our increasing stock of Hardware we are closing out our stock of Dishes and Chinaware of all description. We have some exceptional bargains in Holiday Chinaware which will not last long. If you need any dishes dont fail to let us quote you prices. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. GARLAND STONES , HIRTIGHT HEATERS Keep Warm and be Comfortable ;'--'V' "-' 'J TT"3V. Vl-VW 5 I A cold ho...

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

lit; ZvVm i n ' "t ! , WHAT THE FARMERS ARE LOSING BV ! ' POOR HIGHWAYS. I ' Cast ot Traasportatloa Greatly I S I . creased Hrly B"ry Llae o j lndaatrr Anected-Haalla.- Prod , nets Here aad Abroad. ' Had roads constitute an evil which , too nirar population lias grown so ao i rostonwtl to all over the country that It ' lias become a bablt to endure tlicrn ' without comment, snys a writer In tlio ! 1 Horseman. If the horses nnl other I livestock were able to talk, what a talc i of suffering they would tell! Wading ! knee deep In mud, climbing steep bills ' and Jumping bridges nearly ready to I collapse have been the necessities of going to 1own for every rurm im once upon a time during bis life. Por every road has experienced Its evil days, no matter bow well it may now lie Improved. Who suiters? The horse suffers porhoiial Injuy; tne iarnier and other Industrie only suffer finau- , ., t Had roads stagnate business. They Inlure .he Metal and educational life of the farm. They spoil t...

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

r mntitt nmt VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER u, 1903. No. 33. 4 . LANDS TO BE RESTORED Only Part ol Forest Reserve Withdrawal Permanent. According to recent reports. Chief Gilford Pinchot, of the Bureau of Forestry, as well as other officials, t ite that only a minor part of the lands now withdrawn will ever be converted into forest reserves. In some cases practically the entire withdrawal will ultimately be re stored to entry. There appears to hare been two prime reasons for withdrawing tlKse lands and in many cases the more im portant of the two was to place the valuable vacant timber land beyond the reach of the "scrippers," specu lators and land grabbers. The only way this could be done, wliilo exist ing las continue in force, was by withdrawing the lands from entry, and, of course, bona fide eotrymen hare to suffer along with the others. As long as these lauds can be kept in witndrawal, nnder pretense of exami nation to determine their desira...

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