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About Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1908)
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SMALL BLACK SPOTS 1
, During the butchering season of
the ear the-Experiment Station fre
Queutly repelves specimens of pork
that present an unmarketable ap
tcarance The rind or ekla, taken
from the abdomnlal region hid In
side the legs, ia found to be dotted
with . black, wart-like growths of
various sizes ranging from that of a
pin-head . to i a haielnut Many . of
thesa spots In. the early stages con
tain a small amount of pus, and by
careful examination a , small mite
will be found burled deeply In the
. The mite.. causing these pustules
and subsequent black spots Is known
as "De modex fulljculorum var suls"
a very, large name for such a small
miui that may be seen only br the
aid of a magnifying glass
Just when the mite attacks the
hog Is not well known, and as It
burrows deep. In the skin, treatment
or tne use of Insecticides la of little
Value; besides there Is no indication
of its presence until the time of
butchering, when the damage Is al
These blackened spots, although
unsightly, do not Injure the meat for
food,, and , they may be completely
removed with the skin.
If you want that turkey to be
"perfection" for Christmas dinner,
get a Savory Boaster. They are
only $1.25 at Halr-Rlddle Hdwe. Co.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure F.J.Checney ft Co, Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheency for the past 15 years,
a opueve bim perfectly honorable
hu-slness transactions, and
financially able to carry out any ob-
',;;Uons. jnade by. his firm. 'Warn
ing, Klnnan ft Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O. '
1 Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the mu
cous surfaces of the system. Test!
monlals sent free. Price. 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. - -
W. Ji Gardner
MoMay, December 14, 1908
And Contiuing Until
Friday, January 1, when we will taKe an inventory.
An immense stock of new g'oods just received from
the Eastern Factories, and we will give a
Discount of 10 Per Cent
A nice new
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The Granta Pass High School girls
played the Ashland Normal team
In the Ashland opera bouse on Sat
urday, December 12. The game
was an interesting one though our
girls were badly handicapped aa they
were not prepared for the slippery
floor, as were their opponents, and
consequently could not move about
quickly. . The team consisted of the
following players: Clara Calhoun,
center; Genevieve Pattlllo and Ha
xel Anderson, guards; Merle Cald
well and Pauline . Coe, forwards.
The aubs were Clara Wolke, Annis
Love and EUabetb Davis. Chap
eron, Miss Fay Newton; manager,
H. E. Mielke. The score at the end
of the first half was 10 to 2 In Ash
land's favor. The last bait of the
game Ashland threw two baskets
and Grants Pass one.
School closes for the holidays
Wednesday, December 23, and re
opens Monday, January 4.
, Monday, afernoon last the Cicer
onian Debating Club gave a debate
In the Assembly room of the High
School. , The queslon was: Re
solved, That federal legtslalon In re
gard to the regulation of trusts was
desirable The speakers on the af
firmative i were Sloan Thomas and
Daniel Mcfarland; for the negative,
Roy Cheshire and Mack Tuffs. Two
votes were cast for the affirmative
and one for the negative.
Lela Phillips of Leland has loft
school for the time being.
, Paul Blanchard was one of our
vsltors Wednesday, December 9.
Dureil Cahlll is helping tils father
at Hugo for several days.
On Wednesday, December 9, a
commotion was created in the IV
short-hand class by the appeearance
of a mouse. The girls, of course,
screamed and the boys enjoyed a
Ross Bailey Is absent on account
A number of our High School stu
dents are In the play which Is to be
given in the opera house Friday
evening, December 18.
! Gordon Griffin has stopped school
on account of getting bis finger cut
with ,an ax. We sincerely hope
that he will recover soon.
Do not forget to patronize those
oh all goods
11111 II I
Front Street, Opposite Depot
who advertlae ln the Tokay as It Is
through the advertising that we are
able to get out our High School
Something new in neckwear has
come to town which goes the ruch
lng one better; it Is the Raggeesday
collar. On Monday morning the
High School boys all appeared
wearing this new creation and the
sensation may be imagined. There
were all colors and styles, shapes
and sizes, and It looked as though
the boys had raided the ladles' de
partment in a dry goods store. Per
haps the girls will take the hint on
seeing how It looks to have one's
throat swathed In wrappings as it
one had a case of overgrown mumps
and sore throat, taken with a triple
back-set of lockjaw.
: Ha, ba, ha! "Wonder who Bus
ter Brown is" and "Who Is Buster
Brown?" are the leading questions
at Murphy these days. Won't they
be 'sprlzed when thoy find out,
Automatic Auction In the aoutn
window of the Hafr-Rlddle Hard
Wm. Bunch of Grants Pass, was
a visitor at Murphy Sunday.
Miss Llssa Green of Merlin, has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. .
Hayes, for a few days.
, Reverend Howard of Portland,
the Presbyterian Suuduy school
evangelist, preached an excellent
sermon after Sunday school lust
Laselle Stewart of Lane county,
was greeting old friends at Mur
phy Sunday, and also visited his
homestead on Murphy Creek.
Miss Annie McCaillster of Pro
Kavory Itoostcrs only $1.25 at
volt, was a guest of Miss Winnie
Osborn from Friday to Monday.
A targe acreage of fruit trees will
be planted In this vicinity this win
ter Dr. Loughrldge will have about
1000 trees set out on his farm re
cently purchased of O. O. Bunch.
Mr. Wlnotrout will set out 450
trees on his farm, besides a num
ber of others are planting smaller
in the store
skirts just received
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for the Buyers of
QUALITItS TO CONSIDER IN
MAKING) A PURCHASE
Does It run easy.
Doe It look good.
Does) It enake) a good stitch
Dooa It sow fast.
Is It well made.
Is It easy to operate.
Is It simple In conStructleri.
Does the manufacturer put his
nam on It.
sewing machine recently
placed on the market by the
Free Sewing Machine Co.
combines the best qualities
of all other machines. It is
:he latest,best and most com
plete achievement in building
of a sewing machine. Com
pare it with all other ma':
chines in anything in which
;hey claim to excel and you
vill find tFREE easily
FRtE SCWING MACHINE CO.
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304 South Sixth St.
We U'arn that the Oscar Creek
placer mine, ownod by Grants Pass
parties Is being put In readiness for
operation as soon as a sufficient
supply of water comes to enable
them to operate the "Giants."
Ul STKR UKOWN.
DeWltts Wlloh Hazel Salts Is es
pecially good far piles. Recom
mended snd told ny Model ferns' Sere.
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To Furnish House
Second ff and
All kinds of Stoves to
select from Heaters
and Cook Stoves, new
and second hand.
Now Is the Tine to Bay
Grants Pass, Ore.
Llbby Cut Glass, Parker Foun
tain Pons the two, standards, at
Domaray's Drug Store.
-v VT jtmrt enmity n tuna.