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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 7 April 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PA S3, OREGON, APRIL 7, 1964- titt !i4 v'. .'!; -i ff. 4 4'i .-.Jr. GRAUSTARK ...By... GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON Co)rlM, JSM, bu Uttbrtt S. Sum . v-v Her uuclo uud mint, tlie CouiilMi lingular (whose merry brown eye were 80 run or prcieniieu tiisumy mm the princess could scarcely rcstralu a mill-), and tlnspon, the minister of flnnnre, Vi-ere nwitltliiff her appearance. Wn beard the count's Btmy of the e cape, marveled ut the prisoner's nil duriiy mid llrnily nnuntiiicod tluit ov erythln!? possible should be dime to up prebend hhu. Willi a perplexed frown on her brow und b dubious twist to ln-i lips, she said: "I suppose I must offer n reward V" "Certainly!" exclaimed her uncle, "About M eiivviw, uncle'" "Fifty!" erled the two men. aghast. "Isn't that eunuch''" 'Tor the murderer of n prim e?" div mantled finspon. "It would be absurd, your lillini'HH. He Is u most liiipnrtiiiil person." "(Julie mi. lie Is a most liiipnrtiiiil person. I think I'll olfer S.D'ki...

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. — 14 April 1904

lit tUM rrty rw VOL. XX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1904. No. 3. REAL ESTATE I BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE HtTf nre a few Tlnrqih for a 'short time onh. No. S13 40 acres adjoining city lin its. One 7-room houso and om 3-rooin house. Small bam. and n good cellar nurlrr house. All fenced; small orrlinril, nil varieties of-fruit. l'rieo $1700; one-half (ash, balance mi time nt eight tier cent interest. No. lTn 10 acres just outside city limits. Pmall -orchard and run II dwelling house. FVico $'M). ibis, place will be offend at this juice for the. lit st SO days cnly. No. 213 New S-rnuni h nse, two acres of gicuud all iu orchard, situated 011 th main sini t iu thocity, all fenced aud all improvements tirt class. Frice, $2500. Residence and business lots in any part of the city. Prcies ria.-cm-able and terms to suit. Cull on or address JOSEPH MOSS Headquarters for Ileal Estate. Office on E Street, between Fourth and Fifth Street. GRANTS PASS, - OREGON. SEWING...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 14 April 1904

AOttufc RIVER COlfRlUfe, 6kAN'r3 PAS$,ORi'.G(XS Al'tuL U. tgOi. ROGUE RiVER COURIER GRANTS TABS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates i One Year, in rdvaoce, fl.SO riix Uuiilhs, - - - .76 TLrn Muntba, ,4u Hiugie Copies, - . ,06 Advertising Rates furnished on 'piication st the office, 01 by mail. Obituaries and resolutions of con-'-tlolcnce will te charged for si oc per line; card of thanks 60c. A. K. VOOUIUKS, 1'KOPB. k MNOR Kntered at the post otliee at (iranU l'B. Oregun.aa secoutl-daiift mat! lualter. THDKSDAY. M'lUL 14, 1M4. Don't forget to resistor. Tlio second edition nf the Ilmnlioldt County Souvenir, issued by I lie Ilamboldt Timed, 1ms been received at tills office. The souvenir is nn onmistntalily handsome publication of 210 tinges, beautifully illustrated and Is credit to us publicum ana to its district. HussU lias a plan by which s.ic hopes io drive llio Jups from lund and sea licit unimer, if t ho latter do nothing to derange tlio scheme. It ' would not ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 14 April 1904

ROGt feiVR COURIER, GfcANtS fASS, ORl66, kvkil M, tgoi Seeds! It is now seed time and soon will come the ha: vest. '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 10c per pound Early Peas and Beans in bulk. The White House Grocery. H. C. BOBZIEN. i Hoe Two Acres A Day, They fit it for all kinds of work in asinue or ueiweeu iuo rows, jwus an mu wecus any leaves me c-ann in fine shape. Then, too, it's bo easy to work. Twelve-year-old girls work gardens with them with case and success. This is but one of 2 FUnet Jr. implements of equal superiority. Come to our store" and look them over. The price of this No. 12 Pla.net Jr. Hoe is o . These and other n...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 14 April 1904

kOCUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, APRIL 14, 1904. So FOR TEN DAYS KSssai 26 JUST TO MAKE UP FOR LOST TIME Thousands of Dollars worth of New Spring Goods jn all Departments will he placed on sale at prices that will make it interesting for close cash buyers. The season is now well advanced, and Summer Goods have been muvin very slowly during the past 0 or S weeks. Hut with the advent of the warm sunshine every one wili be look ing out for the best values in Summer Goods. We don't expect to sell every one all of their Spring Good-;, but we do expect to sell every one s.mie of these Special Sale Goods as they will be Cheaper and Better Than You Will Be Able to Buv Elsewhere for the Motiev. P ECIAL NOT f CIS We arc advertising this sale in advance to give our out of town customers a chance to come in during the sale, and as it will last all of next week and two days in the week following, we hope to see all of our many friends and customers who have not been able to get into tow...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 21 April 1904

GRANTS PASS, JOSEFHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL at, 1904. No. 4. VOL.. XX. TRAINS DELAYED 50 HOURS DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION C Bltf Slide at Entrance of Siskiyou Ple.ce Their County Ticket in Tunnel. the Field. P S rv, 1 it Did You Ever Think How nice it would be if you could Change the Gear of Your CYCLE lower when you come to a hill and ride to the top with case? It is no longer a dream. We sold seven jut such wheels last year and they are giving per fect satisfaction. Hill Climber is the name of this powerful Bicycle. Six models, two nnd three speed, Cushion Frames and Coaster Brakes. Price !j $65.00, $70.00 and $80.00 Paddock, w. A. Agent Section No. 1 of the Southoru Pacific express, which arrived at 6 o'clock Friday night was dotaiued for 50 hours at Horubrook, from 1 :33 o'clock Wednesday afternoon until 23 Friday afteruoon, with about 100 pasaougera on ooara. wncu me blockade at the north portal of Siski you tuuuel No. 13 was cleared, four following traiui had arrived at ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 21 April 1904

POGUE RIVER COURIER; GRANTS PASS, OREGON, APRIL 21, 1904 ROGUE. KiVErt COURIER GRANTS PASS, OttKGOX. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates 1 One Year, In rdvauce, tiii Mouths, ... TLree Moulin, hiugle Copies, 11.60 .76 .40 .06 Advertising Rates furnished ou application at the office, or by niail. Obituaries and resolutions of con dolence ill be charged for at 6c per line; card of inuiiks ooc. A. E. VOOltlilES, PKOI'R. & MNOH Entered at the post ollice at Omuls tt't Oregon, as second-class mail niatier. THUUSDAY. Al'KIL 21, 1904. .Now York deniorcatio delegate! are instructed to support. Judge. Parkin of that Btato for presidential candi dale. Thero was quite a lively content be tween the Hearst and Anti-Hearst factlouB In the democrat io dtate con vention liuld in Portland thin week. State Cluirinau Sam White of Bauer City wae leader of the anti-Hsarst element and K. 0. Smith of t'il city wan prominent among the supporters of Hearst. Tho efforts to cnd a national delegati...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 21 April 1904

Ms H ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON, APRIL i, 1904- I '--a Seeds! Sboos! Seeds!' It is now seed time and soon 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 Trepared 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 10c per pound. Early Peas and Beans in bulk. The White House Grocery. OUR PERSONAL COLUMN People They Come a.nd Co From Day to Day J Mrs. J. S. Moore is visiting m Port land. Wm. Sliibli'y, merchant of Ongou City was in town Tuesday. Miss Marjorio Kinney is now able to be oat after a siege of typhoid fever Mrs. Wm. Battmnu left for Jeffer son Saturday to bo with her mother, who is ilL - CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET C&tes Set for Trial at This Term of Court. Circuit ...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 21 April 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, APRIL at, 1904. Wd 1 1 1 GRAUSTAR ...By... GEORGE BARR McCUTCMEON Copyright, 1X1, by lltibat B. Stmt "But you ran do nothing, dear, nnd you only uiuke 11:11 tiers worse liy .uii lug to m. I have fotiKbt so hard to overcome the desire to be lion r you, t have straggled against myself for days and days, and I had won the buttle when you came to pull my walls of strength down ntiout my cars. Look. On my desk In a letter I was writing to you. No, you "hall not rend It. No one tlinll ever know what It contains." 8 ho darted to the desk, snatched up the sheets of paper and held them over the wnxed taper. He sIihhI In the mid dle of the room, s feeling of Intcnso denotation settling don 11 iihii him. How could be lone thin woman? "Tomorrow night Qiiliiuoi Ik to take yon from the monastery and conduct "1'ou tire tt jurfrct m.Mlfr," nic idhi. you to a distant city. It lins all bceu planned. Your friend, Mr. Anguish, U to meet you In three days, nnd y...

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. — 28 April 1904

7 -' . . MM MtM mmmmmm w a No. 5. VOL. XX. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. Exchange Your Old Records for New. PRESBYTERY OF SO. ORE. Held Its Meeting at Ashland Last Week. Additions.! Men to Be Set to Work on Improvements. w a I For 2.00 and one old Victor B 3 10-inch Record wo will give I ZZZZZZZZZ (I you thrco new ones. : : : 3 I W. A. PADDOCK, Agent I I I Grants Pass, - Oregon s The Presbytery of Southern Orogon which embraces all Frcsbyterlau churches within the counties of Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klanmth and Lake, convened in the Presbyteriau church at Ashland on the veiling of Tuesday lSth, hist. , ami was opened hy au impressive soruion delivered by Uev. W. O. Smith of Klamath Falls. The Rev. P. F. Plielrs, pastor of ths church at Ash land, was elected Moderator of the Presbytery for the. next six mouths and Uev. W. Goorlay Connel was elected to the office of Stated Clerk for the term of three years, witli Rev. Cnas. F. Lands...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 28 April 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGOX, APRIL 28, 1904. ROGUE KiVER COURIER'duNHAM GETS $20l00C GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates 1 One Yssr, in rdvance, fl.90 ttix Months, " .76 TtrtM Mouths, ... .40 Hingie Copies, M Advertising Rates Furnished on application at the office, or by mail. Obituaries and resolution" of con lioleuce will lie charged for at 4c per line; card of thanks 50o. A. E. VOOUHIKS, PROI'B. & MNOR Kntered at the post olhce at UranU l's-n Oregon, as second-clans mail matter. THOHSOAY. AI'UIL 28, 1904. Productive jurors iu tlio criminal cases cf the present and previous forma of court are generally asked by tlio attorneys if lliey Imve heard or read anything of the case iu hand and are required to give their eource of information. Tlioso who "read it Iu the Courier" ate in the majority iu a Tory noticeable, degree and the fact is an undeniable indication of the popu larity of the Courier, ils extensive circulation ami, incidental...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 28 April 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS. OREGON, APRIL sS, 1904. Seeds! Seeds i OUR PERSONAL COLUMN CITY COUNCIL MEETING People e.s They Come Bind Go 'ibr ry Proposition AfeJn Sub- t rom uay 10 Uay ml ilea vnj ioi. It is now seed time aud soon will come the harvest. Don't buy old seed for late planting. " Owing to the lateness of the season you requite 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 10c per pound. Early Peas and Beans in bulk. The White House Grocery. II. C. liOBZIEN. SIXTH STREET. ;arrjLT-g :.'&,z.:bi- We Have just Added w A FULL LINE OF I I IN ALL STYLES AND PRICES FROM IO CENTS UP. CRAMER Odd Fellows' BROS. BIocll. Spring Weather Is Coming Are You Prepared for It? You will need Took Garden and a Cultivator in your p...

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. — 28 April 1904

ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, APRlt. i 1904. graus GEORGE BARR McCUTCMEON Capvrtht, 790, Jw Herbert 8. Slant 1 Prince Dulnroi and Lin nobles stood to the right of the throne, the Grnu atnrk men and vomcn of degree to the left, wlille ni-iir the door on both sides were to be seen the lending mllliary moo of both principalities. Ninr the Duke of Mlzmx wns stiillnncd the It ti ll re of Gabriel, prince of DawslsTgen. lie had come, with u half il"7.cn follow ers, among n crowd of unsuipe. tin Axphntiihin. and hud talcn his posi tion near the throne. Anguish entered with II -iron Dangloss, ami they stood togelhcr near the doorway, the latter whiter than he had ever been In his life. Then came the bush of cspaetnne;, . The doors swung o'ii. Hie curtains pnrted nnd the princess cnteris:!. She wait supported by the nnii of her tall uncle, Caspar of llnlfotit. I'ngos carried the train of her ilrcs. n Jew eled gown of black. As she iidviiueod to the throne, calm und stately, those ...

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 May 1904

Wtott- VOL. XX. GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904. No. 6. WEEKS Break Up a Cold TABLETS A Modern Scientific Remedy for Colds and La Grippe. Your money back if you want it Slover Drug. Co, S01.K Agents. Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co. I'AlU UP CAIMTAIi STOCK Transacts a General banking business. Keceives deposits subject to check or on demand certificates. ?tolZZ'&$Jvlrttmu 'rca,,"e"t nJ consideration con fcafety deport boxes tr rent. j. FRANK WATSON. Pres. It. A. 1100TH, Vice-Pres. L. L. JEWELL, Cashier. The First National Bank OF SOUTHERN OREGON. CAPITAL RTOCK, . . . $50,000 00. rrteV.",Uhtct V.0'?1 P.vable on demand. Nells sight drafts on New York Kan Francisco, and Portland. Telegraphic transiers sold on all points in the United Stale-. t'oK-m eniT.?'V''n V V0J'ec,;"" ml Ke""'u business of onr customers. Collections made throughout Southern Oregon, and on all accessible points. K. A. 1100TH. I'res. J. 0. CaMI'IIKI.L. Vice Pres. H. L. (ilLKKY, Ca...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 May 1904

ROCL'E RIVER COURIER, GlfAKTS fcASS, OREGOtf, MaV J. Iy4 ROGUE klVErt COURIER OR.A5TS l-A., OltKGOS. Publlthad Evury Thuraday. Subscription fiataai On Yf, In f (!':, lit R Monti, T.r Munllm, hinla Opie, .7ft .l .1 Advartlnlriii Rata tXuriilhnl on applu ''"" l ""ir-" tiy mail, Obituarlm and n-lii!l "I ""' iliilni.m ulllt lirc,fil lur m per ; f aid ul llitliki .lUe. : . A. K. VOOHIIIKH, ril'iCK. A Mnok KiiUrwl at llm l"il ""f ' '"' "" Ors'ii, unmiiiil-riinii man miir. TIIUIWDAV, MAV 1. I'K'4. Don't fowl, to rr kIkIjt. Jtidiit J'ark-r of New York lll b llm Hi iim rnlld iioiiilncn fur rnl (It'llt, "lllllt'M I'll full." Tin: Hearst iiiovi ini'iit U now mi adinltliid folliirn, hpciikcr Cnniwii In nunl limed I" i:oiiiiiif'lliiii wllli tin' republican iimnl- II a I lull for tlm vim presidency. Can linn In mI1 to ulij at H111 honor, fear-In- llm (illli o might I"' lil" political tomb. II" would pronbly accrpt If tciuhrid Ibn 1111111l11i1M1.il. In tlm Hint Important land opera llonn, ll in Ji...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 May 1904

ROGUfi kiVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, ORfifidtf, MaV 5, 1904. STRAWBERRIES f th.e season May 3-20. Price will decline rapidly. California anticipates a very large crop quality will be fine. Remember all our vegetables are kept off of the street away from dust and dirt and fresh at all times New Potatoes due next week. FRUITSIJananas soon out of market. Oranges and Lemons at their beet. Sweet Naval Oranges 20 to 30c per dozen. FRESH SLICED BOILED HAM (sweet as a nut). Full Cream Cheese cut just as you v?aut it with our uew computing cutter. Watch our Window for Energy that En;rgizo. The White House Grocerv. II. C. BOl'.ZIEN. We Have Just Added A FULL LINE. OF w Km ft & 3 IN ALL STYLES AND PRICES FROM IO CENTS UP. Odd Fellows Blocil. k Spring Weather Is Coming Are You Prepared for It? You will need Garden Tools and a Cultivator in your garden. WE HAVE THEM. Your fruit trees will need spraying. We have I.ime. Sul phur and Uluestone, and Spray Pumps of all sizes. We are prepared for al...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 5 May 1904

4 AOOUB RIVER COURIER. GRANTS ASS, OREOO.V. MAY 5, 1904. GRAUSTARK ...By... GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON m Cbpyrtght, IDOI, bv Herbert S. Storu "Tlut'i alt," laughed the delighted ttratppldt. Dangloat stared at blm for a moment Uicn threw up his bauds and waited awny, shaking his Lead, whether la stupefied adinlratluu or utter dlaliellct 110 one knew. 'J lie others covered An iculsli with compliments, mid lie win more tlmu ever tlie hero of the dnv Km li conlidcnce paralyzed the people. The only one who was not overcome with astonishment nai IiIh country- num. "You did It well," he Raid 111 an un iertonc to Anguish "devilish well!" "You might at least any I dlil It to the (plifii's taste," growled Anguish meaningly. "Well, then, you did," laughed Iorry ( IlAPTEIl. XXVII. O TIIK, BALCONY AUAl.t. TrUHL10 persons III the royal cas U tie of tirnustnik. worn hy tlio fl dread und anxiety of week, fatigued hy (lie sleepless nights Just past, Hluiiilieri'd through the long nfleriiuon Willi the mo...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 May 1904

rr. mm iut VOL. XX. GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY it, 1904. No. 7. - WEEKS Break Up a Cold TABLETS A Modem Scientific Remedy for Colds and La Grippe. Your money back if you want it Slover Drug. Co. Solk Agents. Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co. PAID IT CAPITAL STOCK . Tramacts a General Banking business. Receives deposits subject to check or 011 demand certificates. .!. J.'t ,TLT,,.fi"i,-r8L""',,re of 1collrteoU9 treatment and every consideration con sutent with sound hanking principles. bafety deposit boxes for rent. j. KKANK WATSON, Pres. K. A. BOOTH, Vice-I'rea. L. L. JEWELL, Cashier. The First National Bank OF SOUTHERN OREGON. CAIMTAI, STOCK, . . . $30,000 00. lieocive deposits mhiert to check or on certificate payable on demand. Sells sight drafts on New York rian Francisco, and I'ortlsnd. telegraphic transfers sold on all points in the I'nited .Slates. Special Attention mven to Collections and generul business of our customers. Collections made through...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 May 1904

ftOOt'E RIVKR COURIER, GRANTS bkst, ORiiGO.V, MAY u, tor-4 ROGUE HiVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON. Published Every Thursday. Subscription Rates: One Year, in fdvanee, Six Mouths, Ttrrt Months. Single Copies, - Advertising Rates furnished on application at Hit oft: by mail. Obituaries and rt'olutinn of riolenoe will lie charged fur at ac pt-r card of thanks Otic. 11.50 .75 .40 .Oil ion- line; A. K. VOOIUUES, l'KO?. it MsU 7 Kntered at the post olline at Cram Fii-s, Oreguu, as second-clast, mull mutter. TIIUKSDAY. MAY 12. 1 '... Tlio democratic column, foiiml else where in this issue, is, us far ns wn are concerned, an advert islng pmposi tion and the mutter conluinrd lin n in in inserted at advertising rate. The opinions expressed aro net necessarily ours. Nor aro wo responsible for the statement". Our opinion" will he found, expressed in our editorial column. mm" When there in nn opportunity to sleet u tjtiHiiK'SH iniiii tn a business oflieo, as at the priaont time to elect J. A. M...

Publication Title: Rogue River Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rogue River courier. — 12 May 1904

kOGL'E felVKR COtjRIEk, CkANTS pAss OREGON, MaV tK 1904. 1 4 3 STRAWBERRIES First of the season May 3-20. Price will decline rapidly. California 'anticipates a very lare crop quality will be fine. Remember all our vegetables are kept off of the street awav from dust and dirt and fresh at all times New Potatoes due next week. FRUITS-Bananas soon out of market. Oranges and Lemons at - their beet. Sweet Naval Oranges 20 to 30c per dozen. FRESH SLICED BOILED HAM (sweet as a nut). Full Cream Cheese cut just as you waut it with our new computing cutter. Watch our Window for Energy that Energiies. The White House Grocery. II. C. BOBZIEN. COTTON HO S and 10 Cents per Foot. These are not defective pieces, but mill ends left after cutting full 50-foot lengths. The remnants are coupled in lengths from 10 to 20 feet. They are great bargains. Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Mowers, Liiwn Hakes and Harden Tools. Odd Fellows' Block. HICYCI.K REPAIRING. HARTFORD BICYCLES. Spring Weather Is Coin...

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