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ROGUE RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS. OREGON. DECEMBER 14, 190b.
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COURIER BUILDING, GRANTS PASS, ORE.
"HIS IOI" '
We have at our disposal
100 Five-year subscriptions
to the Farm Journal which
we are going to give away
absolutely iree of cost, but
in order to take advantage
of this offer the following
conditions must be complied
1 Pay all arrears to the
Courier and one year
in advance, to Decem
ber 31, 1807, at least.
2 Requests fo; the Journal
must be made at time
subscription is paid.
3 Subscriptions must be
paid in cash an the
money must reach the
Courier office before 5
o'clock of December 24,
as our contract with
the Journal expires on
December 31, and all
names must reach them
before that date.
It EM EMU EK
The Farm Journal for the
next Five Years costs you
not a penny, as the Courier
subscription is $1.50 per
year, therefore if you want
to get something for nothing
Do It Now
Cull at the ollloe mid pay or
All out tli is blank mid tnnil
A. K. Voorhies,
Grants Pass, Oregon.
Dear Sir :
for which please credit my
subscription to the Rogue
River Courier to
Keep a Record of Your
TF YOU want to get the most enjoyment out of any trip
you should take a Kodak with you and you will soon
have set of pictures that will be a source of pleasure the
balance of the year. There are hundreds of scenes and
scores of place you would like to have pictures of, and
then, pictures of the family taken with home surround
ings these arc of especial interest to relatives and
Kodakery Is so simplified that it requires no spicial
ability to make good pictured anybody can make them.
We havo them in all sizes and prices ranging from $1
For a young person we would recommend
the Brownie No. 2, which costs but $2 and takes
good pictures 2xJ inches. A complete out
fit includind developing machine costs but $5
and we guarantee it to make good pictures.
We have the most complete photographic
stock in Southern Oregon and ean supply you
with nearly anything you may wish.
We ship Photo and Music goods to all parts
of the country. Send us your orders.
Eastman Films and Film Packs.
Step in and see the new i Folding Kodak.
If you want Sheet Music of
any kind whether Popular or
Classic, Instrumental or Vocal
anything in the Music lint, let us
supply you; if we do not have it in
stock we will order it for you. We
carry on hand constantly nearly
2000 titles in Sheet Music. The
complete McKinley edition, com
prising 1000 titles, all standard
music, for sale at 10c per copy.
Here are a few specials prices
that will continue for a few days
only, or until the music now in
stock is sold.
Idle Hours.. 12c
Captain Cupic 10c
Crimson Banner 10c
Heston's Last Victory 15c
Grenadier Guards 11c
Double Trouble..' 13c
Peerless King 9c
Arrival of the Geeks 10c
Forward March 12c
Polly Wogs 13c
Orvetta Waltz 5c
Happy Coon from Dixie 5c
Sweetest Flower that Blows. . . 13c
The Little Chiffier. . .... . . 15c
Brothers Forgive 10c
Good Bye Dear Old Manhattan 17c
Traveling. . 15c
There is a Time and Place for
Teach Our Baby that I'm Dead 5c
Alone With Jesus 8c
Every One You Meet Has .
My U. S. Lady 12c
When the Golden Sun Has
Sunk into the West 15c
Ben Bolt 5c
Love's Gift He
The Boys are Coming "Home
No Music Exchanged
Keep the Family . Home
TX7I1EN the children havo the desire to leave
home in the evening it is because they seek
amusement or entertainment," The best way to
keep them home is to give them entertainment
there. Make home so much more attractive than
the street and the down-town amusements that they
will prefer to remain at home. No one thing will
furnish so much entertainment for so many peo
ple so many times, and in so many ways as the
Edison Phonograph. -
A Gift -Worth While
The money spent for trinkets by the average family at Christmas
time would buy an Edisou Phonograph The trinkets last about aa
long as Christmas does. Tbe Edison Phonograph affords enjoyment
day after day and year after year. The trinkets please ouly the indi .
vidual recipients. The Edison Phonograph offers a eontinuos round
of pleasure for the whole family.
It Is the greatest music-maker of the age. It brings Into the
home circle all of the world's music, rendering with wonderful faith
fulness whatever song, instrumental piece, or orchestral selections is
Make this Christmas the merriest of all by having for Its chief
feature an EDISON PHONOGRAPH
Yictor Talking Machines
Talking. Machines and Cameras Sold on the Easy Payment Plan
HOLLY CARDS AND SEALS
Nothing has yet been produced which is prettier
or more dainty than Dennisou's Holly Cards and En
velopes, Tags, Seals, Etc. The Cards are to enclose
with the Christmas gift and the Tags to attach to the
package w'th the name of the recipient. The dainty
spray of Holly with its red berries gives a Christmas
tone that nothing else could produce. 15c per pkg.
To those who nre intending to send photographs
as Christmas gifts Photo Mailers are absolute neces
sities if rhe photographs are to reach their destina
tion through the mails in good condition. They
are light, yet firm and strong, and protect the pic
ture from bending. They come in a variety of sizes
and are inexpensive.
POST CARD ALBUMS
You have, no doubt, received scores of beauti
ful Post Cards from friends at a distance, or that
were gathered up while on some trip. They will
soon become scattered and lost if there is no espec
ial place for them. A nice Post Card Album does
not cost much and furnishes a neat and convenient
place for displaying your collection.
Visible Writing Sun
There are :i great many Writing Ma
chines on the market, all good but some pos
sossing advantages which tho others do not
have, but all of them high priced. Thero
havo beeu low priced machines on the mar
but nono to compote with the 3un No. 2.
Call and seo oue. Price $!(.; Aluminum
frame, weighs 9 pounds, $1.").
Standard Keyboard, Entirely Visible
Writing, No ribbons used, Easy to learn.
Pyrography Outfits as low as $2.50 ; and
woods for burning. The stock is daily get
smaller order the pieces you need now.
We have a limited number of Gitlbrd'fi
Mount Hoods, size 13x20; Indian Tepee on
tho Columbia, 9x20 ; Indian Madonna, 11x14.
These are Bromide Enlargements and are
works of art, worthy a place in any parlor.
Never before have they been sold for less
than $1, and often as high as $3 each. Our
price is 50c each.
Moonlight on Rogue River, a handsome
little, picture, sells at 50c.
Ve have a choice assortment of pictures
of general interest and suitable for decorative
Post Cards by the thousand, regular,
hand colored, leather, satin; prices 2 for 5c,
up to 15c each.
A good assortment of Kodak Albuna
from the Vacation Album holding a half doz
en prints to the larger ones for a full collec
tion. They range in price from 10c to $2.00
Fish netting, for decorative purposes,
20c per yard.
Metal Frames A handsome line of gilt
frames for cabinet and smaller size photo
g'aphs. The prices on these goods ran -e
from 20c to $1.00. ,
Fine Box Stationery, a Christmas assort
ment ranging from 50c to $2.50.
Calling Cards for gentlemen or ladies,
printed in any stylo, 50 for 50c; 100 for 90c.
New home Sewing Machine, latest im
proved drop head, $40 on installments, $35