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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 3 March 1904

V4f VJ? SMr Mf M;? V.r j l I ...By... l J GEORGE BARK McCUTCrlEON ! I Cvlmrto'il, r.m, l,y HerUrt H. Slolit T CHAPTKIt XIV. j iik r. T THK EPISODE OF TUB TlllloN KIIOOU. LUIS Is I In' throncroom. Alloili-!" The I'rincosii Votive paused before tWO IllllHHiVC dlH.rK. It wuit the next uf toriiisin, and (lis liml already ahowu IiIiii the palace of a queen, the hovel of a pauper! Through the afternoon not o:,o word other tliaii those which might have passed between good friends rsonped tho lips of either, lie wn nil Inlcr est, ahe fill griiciutisucsH. Alhsh', the aturtly guard, swung open the doors, drew the curtnlii and stood aside fur tliem to pass. I11I0 the , uict hull she led Mm, a princes In a gown .,( gray, H courtier in tweeds. Inside the doors lie pu lined. "And I thought you were Miss (iug gonslocker," he wild. She lunched wit Ii the glee of a child who has ehurinoil and delighted through surprise. "Am I not 11 feeble mile to nil on that throne nud rule nil that comes within It...

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. — 10 March 1904

niUf VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1904. No. 50. Fl, TS 9 REAL ESTATE I BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE Here are a few Iliirgains for n short time only. No. 183 280 acres about ten mile from Grant Pass, 70 acres in cultivation, about 12 acres in alfalfa, 100 acres fenced; . (rood frame ton room dwelling house, two large barns, carpenter and black.-iuith shop, fruit dryor and all necessary outbuildings; six acres of orchard, all va rieties of fruit; good water riht; a No. 1 spring that will afford all water needed for house use. All land not in cultivation covered with good timber. 1'riee Improvements worth the amount asked. No. 171 10O acres three miles from city: pood sized orchard; snail barn and chicken house; living water; about 40 acres fenced: large quantity of timber. Price S1UU0. Lote from 1 to 12, Iilot-k 92, Riverside Addition, t0 to STo each, Payments, $10 down, to per month. Title guaranteed. Call on or address JOSEPH MOSS ..Headquarters f...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 10 March 1904

ROGUE RiVER COURIER GKASTS TARS, OKECON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates 1 One Yer, In tdvauce, Six Months, ... TLree Months, Single Copies, $1.50 .78 Advertising Races Kuriiirhed ou iiliiiliun at the office, or toy mail. A. K. VOOUIIIES, l'ltoPK. & MNGK I Knttred at the post oilie at Ursiitu l's"s, Oregon, .ecui.a-cl... until matter. THCKSDAY. MARCH 10, 1S04. It seems to bo settled that Stuutcr Fairbanks of Indiana will be the vico-prcsidentlal candidate on tho re public an ticket with Itoocsvolt. TI10 arrangements niadu give Fairbanks the choice of chairman and vice-el. nir man in tlie cunipaign. The sclcctinu of Fairbanks is presumed to plucute tiie auti-Koosovelt element of tho re publicans. Joseph F. Smith, president of the Mormon church, has tunned quite a sensation by li:n frank announcement that he is tho possessor of five wiveH, testimony given in tho congressional Investigation in tho matter of seating Senator Kued Smoot. Biuitli blames tho congressmen fur...

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. — 10 March 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MARCH - io, 1904. 1 es, indeed, we have good LOUR... If you are not accustomed to our Spring Wheat wc can sup ply you with a No. 1 Hard Wheat Flour which is sure to please. Fancy New Orleans Molasses just arrived best we've ever had. , More of that Sweet Cider. I Have you seen tho Cudaliy Bouillon Spoons? Just as I represented. ?' The White House Grocery. pi fliE; : it Ns - -i-"" - ' V ' i-J--- k -1 1 , rural s . Get your Spraying Pump ready at once. If you have none, call on us for prices of TUMPS or CUMPLETIO OUTFITS. We can furnish you anything in tho lino of Spraying or Pruning Tools. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. 10 DISC PLOWS. ei: DISC HARROWS. Is Kino III We. have accepted the agency for tho Best Sewing Machine on Earth. Is your old machine giving perfect satisfaction? . Why not exchange it for a White? Call and sec the modern White at our 6tore, or drop us a card and our representative will call at your home with a machine and give...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 10 March 1904

CVIi? Vl'-f SvV? Vl'rf Vj-i? Vir? rtr.-m . r.-c.i r.v.i .-.I., nr. r.,r w ,'t 1 u 'ffr ...By. GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON I S ' I CnpvHc (if, irwj, tin JfwFxrt 8. Slant it,. bu'kiiu jug nuiiliu liitl mm asked plaintively. "Vou have no rliflit to treat tin? throne I occupy n a sull ied for pranks ami Indignities. I did not believe you could be so forgetful." There wna a proud and pitiful resent nient lu lior voice Hint brought lilui to (ill senses at one.-, lie lind dollied lior throne. Iu sliauio unci humiliation lie rrled: "I am a fool, uu loerule! Vou lmve lieen too gentle with me, I'or thin despicable net of mine 1 cniinot nitk pnrdon, and It would be beucutli you to grant It. I huve hurt you, and 1 run never atone. I furi?ot how sacred Is your throne. Let me depart In din Brace." He stood erect iih If to forwike the throne be hnd stained, but Hhe, swayed by a complete reversal of feel ing, timidly, plcadiiiKly touched bin arm. "fitay! It la my throne, nflcr nil. i shall divide It, li...

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. — 17 March 1904

mxut. GRANTS PASS JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904. No. 51. VOL XIX. REAL ESTATE I DUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE Here are a few Itarqaini for a short time only. No. 188-230 acres about ten miles from Grants Pass, 70 acres in cultivation, about 12 acres in alfalfa. KX) acres fenced; good frame ten room dwelling house, two large barns, carpenter mid blacksmith shop, fruit dryer and all necessary outbuildings; ix acres of orchard, all va rieties of fruit; good water right; a No. 1 spring that will afford all water needed for house use. All land not in cultivation covered with good timber. Price fcluOO. Improvements worth the amount asked. No. 171 100 acres three miles from city; good sized orchard; snail barn and chicken house; living water; alwut 40 acres fenced: large quantity of timber. Price (HMJO. . Lota from 1 to 12. Block 92. Riverside Addition. G0 to S75 each. Payment, 110 down, to per month. Title guaranteed. Call on or address S JOSEPH ,MOSS Headquarters for Real...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 17 March 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, ' OREGON. MARCH 17. ; i ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRAM'S PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates t One Year, in advance, tin Moulin, TLres Months, -hinle Copies, 11.60 .76 Advertising Races Furnished on application at Hit oflice, or by mail. Obituaries and resolutions of con lolence will be charKtd lur at Ac per line; card 01 t banks 60c. A. E. VOOKIlIEii, i'Bol'K. & MNUR Kiitered at the pout office at OranU l'"s, Oregon, as second-class mail Dialler. THURSDAY. MAKCU 17, I'Mi. M. A. Moody, the former coircs man from tlio scroti' district, will bo B candidate for the noiniiiatioti tliin your airaluit J. N. Williamson, the tiros-lit conirressuiau. Moody, in his fornmr terina showed himself to be tniiu of ouutunl ability and that lie wan turned down in tho last oampnlKU, wua generally considered a bad mis take-. Spasmodio liuatiliticf at Port Arthur have formed the only sensational oo currences in the field of war during the past week,...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 17 March 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MARCH 17, 1904. - i WW 1 i. . A 1 x -7 CHASE & SANBORN. Importers, Boston. We also carry their fine Teas (ask for sample) The White House Grocery. IT WONT b'efore tbo time for spraying for San Joso scalo will bo gone. Get to work now and use theso sunny days. We can furnish you all the tools and material you need. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. GARDEN TOOLS. Spring Weather Is Coming for It? Too will need Garden Tools ami a Cultivator 1 in your garden. WE HAVE THEM. Your fruit trees will need spraying. We have Lime. Sul phur and Bluestone, and Spray Pumps of all sizes. We are prepared for all seasons, come in and see us. HATR-llIDDLE HAltDWAIlE Co. Grants Pass, - Oregon. BARGAINS BARGAINS TABLE LINEN Handkerchief and Art Linen. Linen for Ladies' Waists now so much used. A fine assortment of Linen Napkins to be found at Mrs. J. A. RehRopf s South Sixth Street, Grants Pass, Ore. IRELAND & MEADE'S ADDITION MCA D K ,7 5 4 3 3 I i 9 10. ....

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 17 March 1904

4 ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MARCH 17, 1904. 3?r sis? gfcf 4s? vL? siV r?. r-.-, rf JS JV rf. .-.j!. GRAUSTARK ...By... CEORGE BARK McCLTCMEON CbpvrMjht, ml, v lltrlxrt . Slant CIIAPTKIt XVI. A Cf.ASlI AKI IT KKSL'LT. FFKI. like spending the rest of my day In that mnmiHt-ry up there," said Lorry after dinner that evening. Tln-y were atroll- fng about tlie town. One v,n deter mined to leave tlie city, tbe other Gnu In liU resolve to stny. 1 bo latter wou Die diiy when be shrewdly If exploslvc-1- ceuiliidcd the form it tli.it It wits llielr duty nn I'H'ii to stay ami protect the primes from the riiii-liijiiitloia of Unbriel, tluit kuuve of purgatory. Lor ry, at Inst recognizing tlie ))ic1i-h.hithh of Ills suit, wus r. n ly Id throw (I.I n bis nrms and uluindon the field In stiio rlor odds. Ills prcxuinpilnn In nsplrliiK for the hand of a prln.css began to touch Lis hi'iiho of humor, anil lie lu uglu'd, not very merrily, It Is true, hut long uinl loudly, at his folly. At...

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. — 24 March 1904

WflWtUt. VOL. XIX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1904. No. 52. REAL ESTATE I BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE Here are a few liarqmnt for a short time on. No. 188 -280 acres about ten miles from Grunts Puss, TO acres in cultivation, alxiut 12 acres in alfulfu, 100 acres fenced; good fruuie ten room dwelling bouse, two large hums, carpenter and blacksmith shop, fruit dryer and all necessary outbuildings; six acres of orchard, all va rieties of fruit; good water right; a No. 1 spring that will atford all water needed for house use. All land not in cultivation covered with good timber, l'rice :JuU0. Improvements worth the amount a-ked. No. 171 100 acres three miles from city; good sized orchard ; sn ail bam and chicken house; living water; about 40 acres fenced: largo quantity of timber. l'rice 81UO0. . Lots from 1 to 12, lflock 62, Riverside Addition, h) to J75 each, Payments, $10 down, 15 per month. Title guaranteed. Call on or address JOSEPH MOSS Headquarters fo...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 24 March 1904

fcOGl'E RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON. MARCH 94, 1904.. ROGUE fciVER COURIER GRAMS PASS, OKE(iOX. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in nlvance, 11.80 Hit Months, - .74 Tb res Months, ..-. bliii;le Copies, - - .06 Advertising Races Furui-hed on application at tit oflice, or by mail. Obituaries anil rc-xolutijn of con dolence will be charged lor at be per lint; card of thank 60c. A. K. VOOKH1K3, I'KOFK. & Mnuk Entered at the post otliee at (irants l'"8, Oregon, as second-clank mail waller. THUHSDAY. MAltCH 24, 11)01. Southern Ore Boninus "rc l of the lontt continued ruiiiy wentlnr of the present winter but may nlwuya find solace in cointiarisciu cl oar weather with that of oilier Jiortlnus of the United States or even of the Pa cific coast. Another flaw has been discoverer in the exemption act passed at the special session of tho ItRlsliiture A semi-colon imprniiorly until instead of a couia makes it dillicult to ascertain to a iiiatliematical cerfninty ...

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. — 24 March 1904

POGUE RIVR COURIER, GRANTS PASS. OREGOlf, ifARCtt 4, 1904. OUR PERSONAL COLUMN HE WANTED TO GO QUICK THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS I Peopla as They Corns and Go T. E. Nelson Blow. Himself to Brief Notes and Items ol Interest From Day to Day Fragments With Dynamite. ' antHmporlance. CHASE & SANBORN, Importers, Boston. We also carry their fine Teas (ask for sample) The White House Grocery. Bicycles For another year you will find Iho old favor ites Columbia, Hartford and Vedette- Bicycles in our line. Wo have proven them to be strong, light running and reliable. We also have a good stock of Hartford Thorn Tires and all kinds of Bicycle Sundries If your bieyelo needs cleaning or overhauling, bring it in. Cramer Bros. Odd Fellows Block. SPRAY PUMPS GARDEN TOOLS. Spring Weather Is Coming Are You Prepared for It? Yoq will uoed Garden Tools and a Cultivator in your garden. WE HAVE THEM. Your fruit trees will need spraying. We have Lime. Sul phur and Blue-stone, and Spray Tumps of all sizes. We a...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 24 March 1904

t'! t s'.u. ;Ha a ..'. .'. :!:. .'-.. rjr. r-jii -i RAUSTARK ...By... CEORCE BARR McCUTCHEON COpirtli', 1, I'll iUrbtrt S. SUmt "A week! That Is n long time," said I,orry. "May 1 have permission to i the signature nlllxod to those papers?'' IinngloKS handed thoni to liim. I In glanced nt tlio nsnio lip loved, written by the tiand lie had kissisl. now signing away Lis life, perhaps. A. mint cmmc over Ms eyes, ami a strange J")' MM bis soul. The band that signed the name bad trembled In doing so-bml trembled pitifully. The heart had not iruidod the fingers. "I inn jour prison tr, Captain Iwngtoss. lio llh me or you will," he said siiuply. "I regret tlint 1 am obliged to place you lit a cell, sir, and under guard. He Uevo Die, I mil mirry this huppem-d. 1 kin your friend," Bald the old mini gloomily. "And I!" cried Qiiinnox. "Hut what Is to become of ire?" crli (I poor Anguish, half in tear. "I won't leave you, Cl'ren. It's an Infernal out rage I" "ltocool, Harry, -mid It will come out...

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. — 31 March 1904

VOL. XX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904. No. 1. A HORSERADISH GROWER CLEAN UP BACK ALLEYS UNSU RVEYED ROADS 4444444444f4 . High Grade Piano Free To be Given to the Most Popular Young' Lady In Josephine County, Oregon. The decision will bo made by vote of the subscribers of the Rogce Riveh 'Courier Eacli subscriber may have a part in the choice. The following plan for decision has been adopted : An; young woman in Josephine coouty may be a candidate. The instrument may be for herself individually or she may be the representative of a church, society, or organization, and the piano may go to the church, society or organization which she represents. Every cent paid in to the Courier office on subscrip tion! will represent one vote, which may be cast for any one of the candidates, and the one having the most rites when the contest clows will be the winner. For instance, a new subscribei who pays (1.50 will bo entitled to l."0 votes for any one of the can...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 March 1904

T" l6fctE RIVER COt'RIER, GRANTS PASS, ORECON', MARCH Jt. fg4 ROGUE HiVER COURIER1 GRAMS FAtsS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. t Subscription Rates i One Year, in edvaoce, riix Months, Ttre Months, Hititfle Copies, Advertising Races $1.50 .15 .40 .05 furnished on application at thtoflice.or, by man. Ohiluarie and resolulixna of con dolence will I charged ior si be per line; card o llianks jOc. A. E. VOOKHIES, PriOPR. 4 MSCB Entered at the post ollice at drama Pa-s, Oregon, aa second-class inatJ lustier. THURSDAY. MAW II SI, l!04. JJo war operations of Importance are re j orlcd. There have been a few minor ikiriuieliei on lai.d, aoino long janRM shooting on I lie atcr aud another rjusuotimdul attmipt by the Japa to stop op thu harbor at Fort Arthur. The oiKUing of spring v. ill doubtless bo the signal for atrinua hostilities. The tliiuH novt'l Inn entered the phi-re of turf ultima. Through it agency a high-way robber was cap tared iu I'orlluiid though rc.lc.aacd by mistake licit m...

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. — 31 March 1904

koakk fiivER courier, dftAkts pass, otikQbii, Itkk&l jt is4' Easter Sunday, April 3, 1904 We hope it will prove to be the advent of Spridg and beautiful Spring weather. It is now seed time and sooir will come the harvest. Don't buy old seed for late planting. Owing to the lateness of the season you require seed that will germinate quickly and make a rapid growth. We do not claim to have Specially Prepared Seed, but all our seeds are NEW and we think they will grow. Have plenty of Flower Seeds this season All kinds of Sweet Peas in bulk; Native Morning Glory seed, etc. Onion Sets White or Yellow Danvers ioc per pound Early Peas and Beans in bulk. The White House Grocery. H. C. BOBZIEN. For your face to glow with honest equal or Planet Jr. No. 17 It is suited to all kind9 of garden cultivation and all garden crops. You can do more and better hoeing with it in one dav thin you can do in three days with a hand, hoe. Thii is but oue of 52 PUnet Jr. tools of equal suieriority. 1 Call ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 31 March 1904

L Vlt? Vfe? Nt? Vk? Vr? Mr? Vl r-.i a-:. ' --r GRIUSTC ...By... GEORGE BARR McCUTCMEON Oip&TfgM, J, by Herbert & CHAPTER XIX. THE HOLtilCB. OFF went the carriage wltb dash, the rnnibl of Its wheel Joining In the grewsome ronr of the element. For ome time the two gat aiiwhlcss side by Id. Outside the thunder rolled, the rain isirl.-d snd hissed, the wind howled and all the horrors of nature seetnt-d crowded Into the blackness of that thrilling night Ixtrry wondered vaguely whither they were going, why he bad aeen do flashes of lightning, he abould ever aee her aguln. Ill mind waa busy with a thousand thought and queries. "Where are we golngT" he axked aft er they had traveled half a mile or to. "To a place of safety," came the re ply from the darkness lieslde hlin, "Thanks," he said dryly. "Ily the way, don't you have any lightning in this part of the world? I haven't aee I flash tonight." "It I very rare," came the brief re ply. "Devilish uncommunicative," thought Lorry. Aft...

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 April 1904

I if ill VOL. XX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AP21X 7, 1904. No. a. 1 M H v e i TTTT -fl 0 fl YTriO fflign watte r To be Given to the Most Popular Young' In Josephine County, Oregon. The decision will bo made by vote of the subscribers cf tlio Rogue Rivek Courier Each subscriber may have a part in the choice. Tho following plan for decision has been adopted : Anv young won). 111 in Josephine bounty may bo 11 candidate. Tho iustruui'.ut nniy bo for "In rself individually or alio may bo the representative of a church, society, or organization, and 1 1 10 piuuo may go to the church, society or organization which sho represents. Every cent paid in to tlio Coorior ofilco ou substrlp tious will represent one-vote, which may bo cast for any one of tlio candidates, and tho ono having tho most votes when tlio contest closes will be the winner. Yes instance, a new subscribei who pays $1. 50 will ba entitled to l."iO votes for any one of tlio candi dates lie prefers. Money...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 April 1904

M6flJ RIVER COt'RlER, GfcAKTS PASS, ORiiGOK, APRtL ?, tg. ROGUE KiVER COUR!ERlRUN ONTHE 1ST NATIONAL.Ut REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES LIVE NEWS FROM PROVOLT 1.50 .74 GRANTS PAPS, OREGON'. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i One Year, In r Uvau Wii Months, Xtrtx Mentha, hingle Cu)is, Advertising Races furnished on sjiplii alien si the odice, or by uisil. Obituaries and resolutions of run dulence will lie i barged lurutjcj'er line; card ot Ibanka oOc. Allempl to Break-the Bank Cre Sited Little Excitement. An attempt was made this week to ",prcci)ilnte a rnu on (lie First Nation- i - , i . ai nans oi tins oily, x ne ellort was a A. E. VOUKUIES, J'KOl'K. St MnuR I.'ntered at tlie post oltu at (.ranis pa-a, Oregon, a second-class mail lustier. THCKSDAY. Al'KJI. 7, 1U04. Tlie Hearst forces claim they will ucminnto their man withoot the aid of New York. Jnilgo Alton H. Parker of New York U exirn ted to bo tho choice of that delegation for the democratic presidential nomination. The Jiiji...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 April 1904

kooinJ'fciVk Courier, dRAKfs pass, oi&M, Afftit j, 1304. Seeds! Seeds! OUR PERSONAL COLUMN 1 EASTER DAY SERVICESlTHE LOCAL HAPPENINGS1, People. They Come and Go From Day to Day It is now seed time and soon will come the liarvcst. Don't buy old seed for late planting. Owing to the lateness of the season you require seed that will germinate quickly and make a rapid growth. , We do not claim to have Specially Prepared Seed, hut all our seeds are NEW and we think they will grow. Have plenty of Flower Seeds this season All kinds of Sweet Peas in bulk; Native Morning Glory seed, etc. Onion Sets White or Yellow Danvers ioc per pound, Eirly Peas and Beans in bulk. The White House Grocery. Interesting Exercises Held at the Brief Note nd Itema o Interest II. C. BOBZIEN. SIXTH STREET. Hoe Two Acres A Day. That can easily be done with this implement and when it is done it will be a better job than three men could have done in the same time with hand hoes. ' Note the attachments which go wit...

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