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GRANTS PASS - JOSEPHINE COUNTY - OREGON - THURSDAY OCTOBER 4. 1900.
Neckwear, Overcoats, Boots, Shoes,
- - - Rubbers, Furnishings
Reduced prices to close out line of LADIES and CHILD
WELCHS' CLOTHING STORE
NEXT TO P. O.
K. CLIVE MAJOR
General Practitioner of
MlCllH'lSB AND Sl KdKKV.
Cilice iu Williams Block
J" P. DODGE,
Lite, Fire and Accident Insurance.
GltAKTS pA88. ' OllKOON.
Piacticee in all State anil Federal Courts
Ollice over first National Bank.
Grants Pass, - Obkooji.
R. J. JENNINGS
30 Years Expedience.
OtTice in Opera House block; see the sign
of The big Tooth.
Ukants Pakh, ... Ohkuon.
U. H. DEPUTY "
QOSIIOW & SHERIDAN,
Special attention given to Mining
and Laud Laua,aud Laud U I lice practice.
QEOKGE II. BINNS,
Ollice iipj'ottile Hot el Josephine,
(jUanth r.(-H, - - Okkuox.
N. E. McGrew
Pioneer Truck and Delivery
G.IUNTS PASS. OREGON.
" Painters are not made they are Born t We are Natural Born Painters."
The Grants Pass Painting Co.
Cedar & Boor., I'KijrtiiETOKS
HOUSE. SIGN AND CARRIAGE PA1XTKRS, GRA1NKRS
PAPER HANGERS AND CALCIMINORS
GET our piices before making your contract jt jt jt Jt jt
ZalT A Postul Curd Receives Prompt Attention
You will find J
LOUIS UELHLS j
Reliable Wutcb Maker I
at Kremer's Drug Store. j
Watch and Clock Impairing a Specialty j
N. DeLAMLTER !
iu: Aim is j
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEEDj
With Every V20 Cash Purchase of
Groceries You Are Given a
Handsome, Life-Size Crayon
or Water-Color Portrait
Thumb No. 80
Eisman & I.urns liros.
Frtsli and Salt
Kih on Fridays Poultry on Sa'.uidayi,
The popular barber shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
.On Sixth Street Three chairs
Hath room in connection
Caihoun Grocery Co.
Tux Poeina Gkocxhs
FRESH V ICO E TABLES
Josephine County Map.
Tlie official map of Josephine county
ran bo had at I ho Coikikh ollice at re
duced pricta. Folding pocket map, I;
wall maps in colon, $3.50 Call and get
An Observation Car.
Ot unique deeijn, will always be found
at the end of the Northern Pacific's
North Coast Limited, both east and west
hound. Observation platform is six and
a half feet long anil entire width of car.
Ladies' observation potior ie :'3 feet long
A. I). Charlton, Asa't Gou'l Paas. Ag't,
255 Morrison Bi., Cor. 3d, l'ortland, Oro
P. H. HARTH A. SON
CLOTHING, SHOES, FUR
NISHING GOODS, HATS
TRUNKS AND VALISES
M AS! FACTI IlUR OK
Everything Hint goes with
For sale by Chii.es. Dki.kmater,
Wapk, Pikk and Cornku..
fall for it; sniue -price as other brands'
Cxrants Pass Business Firms.
Fine Duttcr a Specialty
FRONT and FOURTH STS.
White House Grocery
Stam.k and Fancv GliOCERIKS
thk iiim of hkhwiiimi
at au. timks ..
CLAl'S SCHMIDT i
STAPLE GROCERIES ,
CANNED GOODS i
FLOCK and FEED;
fixTii St., oi l'. Cirv IIai 1.
Every Day and Night
E. W. I) LAKES
Nut lo foe's. )
Bicycle hospital for all repairing a
Geo. Hitler and family have moved In
town from the saw mill at Draper
Extra Operator Strickler is night
operator at the depot until the return
of Agent Jester.
Ten Cents will puichasea bundle of
old papers at this office come handy in
C. B. governs of Ashland was taken
to the aiylro at Salem last week by
Sheriff Ornie and Tom Reed. Soverns
was four. J to be dangerously insane.
Mr. and Vrs, Geo. Estegof Roseburg
were on lost Thursday's passenger
ernonte to St. Louis. Mr. Estes goes to
attend the meeting of the Order of Rail
E. L. Mnsick of Crescent City was in
town Monday, having made the trip on
his wheel, lie has spent apaitoflbe
summer wheeling in California and
report having had some oleasant trips.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jester left for St.
Louis Thursday, Mr. Jester being a
delexale to the convention of the Order
of Railroad Telegraphers which meets
next we.ik. Mrs. Jester accompanied
R.ilph RUcr was 111 town Monday on
his way to his home at Crescent City ,
Ralph liad Intended to enlist in Uncle
Sacu's seivice will; the boys who went
from this place but a .elephone message
from bis parents put a stop to pro
ceedings. Warranty Deeds.
Notices of Quartz Location.
And nil other blank forms on sale at
the Coi uier. A new supply just fresh
from the presets.
At lied Time,
t take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning 1 feel bright and my complex
ion is better. My doctor rays it acts
gently on my stomach, liver and kidneys,
and is a pleasant laxative.. It is made
(rem herbs and is prepared as easily as
tea. It is called Lane's Medicine, All
druggists sell it at 75 cts. Lane's Fami
ly Medicine moves the bowels each day.
If on cannot get' it, send fur a free sam
ple. Address, Orator F. Woodward, Le
Roy, N. Y.
The Unc that Had no Turning.
Sinre adventuring into Egypt in
quest of the raw material of w hich fiction
is made, Mr. Gilbert Parker's Canadian
fields have been lying fallow, lie re
turns to them, however, with new vigor,
and even fuller power; and the serial
w hich he has just completed finds him
at the highest dramatic level to which
he has yet attained.
The Lane that Had no Turning is
remarkable fnr itl honest strength,
thorough originality, anil absorbing
interest. The scene of the story is
Pontiac (whither Valinoud came), and
the period the middle fifties. The lead
ing charae'ers are Madelinette, a famous
sinner, an) her husband, Seignior of
Pontine, for whom she dates all and
risks all. The story gains interest as it
progresses and concludes w ith a striking
and wholly unexpected finale.
The " Line that Had no Turning "
V'gun in The Siturday Evening Post for
September 2U, and run through five
Hall Itliruiu Cured.
Dr. Darrin Dear Sir: It is with great
pleasure and a thankful heart I wish to
inform you that 1 am cured of salt
rheum, which I have suffered with lor
25 years, at times so bad that mv lands
would crack to the bone, and my body
was also affected. I bave no words that
can express my thankfulness to you.
Mrs. E. Sherretts, of Vancouver, Wash.,
has known my condition, and can be
rellerred to. Refer to me at Gardiner,
Or. Mhh. Martha Daily.
R. O. McCrokcy,
Dry Good. Slim, I.adic('itptaiid Jack-t-L,
Iridic' and Gents' Furnishing
Imkhi, Hals, Miners' Good,
Trunks and Talipes.
Crants Pass Greatest Store.
SWEETLAM) & CO.
FRESH and SALT
. TllO.NB 21
...E. C. DIXON...
I)RY GOODS, CLOTHING
j Ladies' and Gents' SHOES
KVKKYTIIIKU IN SrVLK
II. II. HARTON,
Full airlineTit ofW.itcli.i, flock, Sil
verwear and Jewelry. A Go,
Airtnw-nl of Hrafvieu, and
j Heart Bungles,
' Clemens' Drug Store.
j T. F. CROXTON,
I Dealer in
DRIED FRF ITS,
FLOUR AND FEED.
i Front Btreet.
OUR PARIS EXPOSITION LETTER
The Art Galleries at the Exposition Paintlnjt
and Sculpture of all Age and
(From Our Regular Corresioudent)
Paris, September 10, 1900.
For those who are interested in art,
the Paris exposition offers a formidable
collection ot specimens. There are
assembled here, as in a gigantic encyclo
pedia, all the materials serving in the
history of art in the past, making its
development by stages, and showing in
the present by means of a comparison
between the displays of all races, the
dominant thoughts, the modes of ex
presMon, and the progress achieved. It
is true that these materials are scattered
throughout the exposition. In the
grand palace of fine artB, one ran with a
single glance embrace the simultaneous
effort of nations in what was formeily
called the noble arts; one can recognize
what each people has achieved in paint
ing and sculpture in the last ten years,
but the conclusions to be drawn from
this examination aru incomplete. One
ttrust go to the Hotel des Invalides, and
from there to the Cham de Mars, and
study the collections according to
classes, in order to obtain the necessary
data as to the present development of
ai t and as to the forms it has taken.
The fine aits, so called, show only one
sulci of the artiMlc temperment of a
nation. Its natiiia! tendencies, its taste
are shown as well, or even better, in the
special character it gives its work, in
the products of its most humble in
dustries as well as in its creation of
articles of luxury, in its decoration for
interiors, in the forms given to furniture,
in the selectiou of colors, in the arrange
ment of designs for carpels, for hanging,
for goldsmith's work, for crockery, for
toys. These represent a country much
more fully than the fine arts themselves,
which often receive their models from
foreign countries, are stjbject to in
fluences and obey fashions in actual con
tradiction with the genius of their race.
Besides, these are usuallv produced for
the richer classes alone, while the
applied arts, exploited for tho benefit of
the masses, receive inspiration from
them and are modeled in accord with
their taste. Much better than painting
or sculpture do they show the instinct
and the artistic capacity of a people.
In this connection, the artistic develop
ment of Germany is especially interest
ing. With all the wonderlul progress
made by the country since the founda
tion of I he empire in 1HT0, art has re
mained more or less stationary. There
remain a number of petty states, princi
palities, grand duchies, toy kingdoms,
which have kept set ii ions importance,
among other linos, by the maintenance
of local schools of art and universities.
The latter have been forced to adapt
themselves to modern conditions and
methods of education ; but the schools
of art, located for more than a century
in the same cities, remote from in
dustrial or commercial centers, have
continued to seek models in tho past
and to avoid contact will) the life of the
Add to this lak of a common source
of education auj to the snperanuated
instruction given, the dillerences in
races and temperaments of the German
ueople from the positive, realistic
German of the north to the expansive,
sentimental German of the south, in
fluenced by the tasies of the neighbor
ing Italy and the reason for the
lack of homogenous art in the country
will be seen.
Among the representatives of the
northern school only two are worthy of
mention, Werner and Vogel. The
pictures of the first are noted for the
exactitude of the physiognomies de
picted. Vogel knows how to use color,
and his work has maiks of distinction;
but there is a decided monotony.
Lieberinann is of quite different type.
During his long stay in Holland he
gained the ability to givean atmospheric
quality tj bis pictures. He gives us
views of fisherman and laborers eminged
in thsir dreary occupation under the
grey sky of Xeetand; all refrechingly
true and lacking in any attempt at
The "genre" picture, as shown by
Defiegger, in Bavaria, appears frequent
ly. The principle on which it rests,
ahiih consistsin a study of types studied
eparate'y and aihitrarily united and
grouped, is wi'liotit aulhoiity. There
are some notable exceptions to this class
among the Germans. William Liable
siicceds in producing studies of colors
ami lights in which figures play a part,
tint do not predominate. One of hit
pictures in the Grand Palace represents
a man seated before a window. The
curtains a. e raised land the light fal's
full on his face. The atmospheric elfec
is peifect, and one sees the hand of the
true artist in every detail. Gotthard
Kuehl goes a step further in this direc
lion by inakiiik the human figure a mere
accetsory on his canvas. Ilaeicells In
darkened Intel iors, in which a ray of
light is multiplied in dancing reflections
on wah and flxir He has exhibited
view of the inside of a church, in this
style, that is a work of the fiMt rank.
Ilerr l.'hde. of Diesden, ainti religiuu
it jecta with much feeling. lie takes
his types from the luswa, hut chooses
the models that be thinks so old best or
contisit best with the figure of Christ.
II? clothes them iu rags that might be
of any age. They resemble the camel's
hair rob-s of the Bedouins, which might
well have len worn liy trie com pan ions
ofJeu;bul they are also not unlike
lb torn garments with which lbs oor
of today covei themselves. In Ins ex
ecution, I'bde has returned to Remhran
tuque ideas, shroudirw In shade ad nn
necessary details, concentratii;gtiie light
I on Ihs faro of Chiiat. Above all, be
breathes into his canvas that motive
ol rharity and pur, u tiering .,i,, Hist
of the evangelists bnt partaking of their
depth and aidor, that liuptrea the
Max Kliuger, of 1-eipiig, has also the
ambition to represent religious subjects,
lie seems to have one of the most vigor
ous temperaments that has appeared in
Germany in twenty years, but ha does
not find his best form of expression in
painting. His engravings derive their
power from the very qualities that injure
bis canvas originality ot design, rough
ness of style, strength of execution. In
the completed picture, the attitudes are
convulsive, tho types hideous, the color
ing atrocious. It is impossible to give
an idea ol tho vulgarity of his Christ,
or of the glaring effects he produces.
.e THE CENTER
Should conic directly in the center of
the lens sometimes not always.
Whether your eye should look through
upper, lower, inner or outer part of the
lens is immaterial to you, but that you
should look through the right part is of
the utmost importance. A know lege of
tho eye that will enable us to place the
lens projierly is what we offer you. Tho
wrong glass wrongly placed will injure
your eye, the right one rightly adjusted
will strengthen It.
Dr. Darrin is prepared to fit glasses to
any eye. Those w ho have not been for
tuntite to consult tho Dr. before now,
w ill have until November 11, to do so.
Dr. Darrin not only tests to fit glasses
but treats all curable diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat, as well as all
chronic, acute and diseases of a private
nature, sud can be consulted free at the
Fables of Hie Itall.-Xlll.
A minister wai going to a city oue day
to accept a new charge, but the train
was very much delayed and the minister
lost his temper and swore softly'under
his breath. Now it happened that one
of the new congregation was an absent
treatment doctor and with his telescopic
mind he read the preacher's thoughts
and immediately imparted the infor
mation to the rest of the congregation
so that when tho minister arrived he
was given the marble heart, at which
he left the town in high dudgeon.
Moral He should have left the town
in a North-Western Line train. Any
way he ought nut to have taken the
town with him.
Oregon Mining Stock Exchange.
We present to our readers and those
inteies'.ed in mines and their develop
ment the following letter:
Pohti.and, Ore., Sept. 27, 11KM.
Rofll'K Rivkb Coi'Hikh: -
Gknti.kmkn Your paper is received
regularly and read by the visitors in the
parlors of the Oregon Mining Stock
Exchange. Having passed through our
first three months of activity and
experiment, we are settled down to
solid business and are In a position to
assist those interested In mining in the
various mining sections of Oregon iu
creating a market for stocks and bring
ing money to develop the meritorious
prospects. The Exchanue is not necess
arily for the booming of big mines but
simply an eniouragur of mining in a
general way, and will manage so as lo
give every square mining proposition,
a fair show. Some of our brokers have
sought other fields foi their labor, as is
always the case In exchanges and is
impossible to suit all notions of every
body, all of the lime. Iu the place of
those having gone, new brokers are coin
ing. The directory of the exchange is
to be strengthened by the addition of
some of the best known businessmen
in Oregon. At our daily calls at 10-30
A. M. there are many visitors, the at
tendance increasing each week. We
hope for your continued encouragement
and good wishes and will assist in put-
ling before the public the claims of your
section to our utmost, in co operating
with you, in the motto, "Oregon the
first mining slate."
I am very truly yours,
F. J. IIahi), Secretary,
TheOiegon Mining Stock Exchange
Farmer Thrifty eot the idea that if he
could keep a horse without the cost of
Iceoing. it would lie a great economy,
so he reduced the horse s food a little
every day. I'ufortunate
ly juntas the experiment
promised to succeed, the
liorse lunl down ami
died. Farmer Hurd-
seusesays Fanner Thrifty
was a fool. Hut there are
eople as much worse
than old Thrifty as it is more foolish to
work vour own bony unoer starvation
conditions, than your borse's. Hut every
fanner has plenty to eat. Yea, but It
isn't what is eaten. It la what nourish
ment is otitaiucd from food that decides
the miestion of starvation. It wouldn't
do trie farmer any good to run a stack of
wbeet ihnjugh a thrashing machine
which was so out of gear that it didn't
pet the grain out of one head of wheat in
fifty. That's just the way with the dis
ordered stomach. It doesn't get tlx
enrol out ot the tone) tlutt is eaten.
There ia no medicine will so ouicklv
act 011 the organs of digestion ana nutri
tion, and put the stomach in perfect
working order, as Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It make pur
tdood, and rich blood, and puts Uie body
on a plane of perfect health.
"ImrTrrt't A sis Tears wilh rntiatjnaftoa and
to'titrrsluin. riitnnf which dm I mplTd phf
McattS. hut they could VA rvach my caw."
wrltra Mr. f. p.wUwctl. of Huraka kprtnira,
Carroll Co, A kinal. "I fell there waa no
h'lp for mv. Two yars afro 1 mmfliwH tak
ing lr Pirrcr'a Itotdm Mrdwal IMacvycry sud
llttl - I'rtUrU.' and Improved from Ike atari. I
Ml nam In guorl health."
Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellet keep the
(From Oiir Regular Correspondent,
Wasiiinuton, Sep. 24, 1'jOO. '
Uncle Sam ha decided to play a lone
hand during the remainder of the
Chinese game, and baa so I in formed
those who were hit partners In the
early stage et the game. The division
of the power as to what ought to be
done made the outlook lor trouble in
China so threatening, that this govern
ment concluded to take no chances of
being drawn into a war either against
China or any ot the allied towers, and
diplomatic terms informed the
powers that the U. 8. Minister at Pe
kin had been directed to arrange the
preliminaries for opening negotiation
with Li Hung Chang and the other
peace envoy ol the Chinese govern
ment. And he farther accentuated the
intention of this government to act
alone by announcing that excepting a
strong guard for the American legation,
it would order all American troop out
of China at once. What effect if any,
this will have upon the plans of the
other powers in China, ia at yet
problematical, but the impression in
ft ashington is general that this govern
ment was wise in taking advantage of
iu first opportunity to honorably with
draw from the alliance. The guard (or
the American legation will be a strong
ona ol about Si,0p0, men, artillery
cavalry and infantry, and will not lie
subjected lo the orders of Count Waldor
see, commander iu chief of the allied
The troops withdrawn from China
will be sent to the Philippines, where
the renewed activity of the Insurgent
make them needed. In fact, the need
lor soldiers In the Philippines, t be
lieved to have been a (actor in causing
the administration to decide to hurry up
the withdrawal of the American troop
from Chin. There will be no delay, as
Uen. Chaffee waa ordered nearly a
month ago to hold himself in readiness
to withdraw at any time.
Recent news from Cuba has not been
pleasing to those American who are
sincerely desirous of leasing the island
governed by the Cuban at an early day,
and the prediction ia freely made that
the programme provided for the with
drawal ol our military authority next
year will not be carried out. It is the
result of the constitutional elections
that ha caused this uneasiness as to
Cuba' immediate future; Unless those
who ought to know are mistaken, a
majority ol the delegate elected to the
conistitutional convention repersent the
worst elemonts on the island, and there
is no probability that they will formu
late a constitution that will provide for
a staple government or be accepted by
our congress, to which it must be sub
mittod when complete. Officials will
not discuss the matter, laying that the
constitution will speak (or itsell when
finished, and the only duty of the presi.
dent in connection therewith will be to
transmit it to congress. Private letters
received In Washington say there is
much alarm felt among that class of
Cubans who are not seeking personal
profit out ol the government ol the
island. They are afraid that congress
may accept the constitution that will be
prepared by tlie convention, and will
lake slop to Inform congress and the
people of this country ol the true
character of the majority ol the men
who will be members of that con
vention. General Fitxhugh Leo. who is
in Washington on leave ol absence, said
of the coming constitutional convention
in Cuba: "Everything in connection
with it is problematical and experimen
tal. If the Cuban can frame a consti
tution and prove their ability to govern
ihemselres, so well and o good, but il
they can't do this (or themselves, well,
then somebody will have lo do it (or
HeuatorMurgan, of Alabama, although
politically oposed to the administra
tion, highly commend its Chinese
policy, which he declares to be con
servative. He thinks it calculated to
remove danger ol our becoming in
volved In a common war ol the powers
against China, ol which he says : "The
United States cannot afford to run the
risk of accepting the fruits ol sutb a
war, whether succesilul or unsuccessful
We cannot become Involved with the
European powers, i hs American policy
is scperate and distinct from the policy
ol other governments. It is abuvi
board and open. Our ends and om
aims are not identical with lleise ol any
other country. We cannot afford to all)
ourselve with any of them. We may
co-operate with one or all of them, but
we do not need to agree with Hihiii."
Prof. J. W. Jenka, who has been In
Europe lor three month making an in
vestigation f trust for the informatloi
of the United States Industrial cum
mission, ha submitted a preliminary
leport. He found that Germany led in
the number ol trusts in Europe, the
courts of that country having upheld
contract with them in decisions, and
that they flourish in England and
Austria and ere beginning to make
headway in France. In both Auslri
snd Germany, banks are active in the
promotion ol trusts and frequently con
Irol them. He learned in Gurmaui
that they at trying to form an inter
national trust in certain line of iron
manufacture, to include German, Eiik
glish and American manulactorles
similar to ssversi now in existent i
which embrace German and Itelgisn
An exchange wants to know wl at be
come of the lAJ.UtjO.OOO.wortb of chew
ing gum that ia sold in the United htaitr
every year. That's easy enough. Ju I
feel around tinder the chairs and tufa
and ben, lies and you'll find it.
Wood wanted on subscription at tin
SPEIAIi NOTICE !
We have completed arrangements whereby we can show
you the very latest in VELVET. MOQUET and BRUS
' SELS CARPETS and from headquarters the largest
in the Uuited States.
fn v-rr4- n A beautiful new line from ascents per yard tip
oarpets-- to $1.20. -
Choice new goods
T-h ! T?N f Vlo. I
xxocKers gance a .1
r ri T.1... .:
uiuiuti. 1 1cu.11 11 v; urite.i. .
TUToH T3onntc SOME EXCEPTIONAL VALUES.
TV till HiOliJ"
Lace Curtains arc going fast, G5c to $4.75 per pair.
correct things for just noiv
" others like them, so will you"
Dr. Darrln'a Place of Business.
Dr. Darrin gives free consultation at
Hotel Josephine, Grant Pas, from 10 to
(I and 7 to 8 daily. All curable chronic,
acute and private disease confidentially
and successfully treated. Circulars and
question blanks sent tree to any address,
and correspondence solicited. Most
cases can receive home treatment after
one visit lo the doctor's ollice. liatteries
and bells furnished with full directions
for their use. Hupture, tumors, varico
cele, hydrocele and stricture cured In
every case. Disease ol women an Impor
tant specialty, such a woekuees, die
placements, ulceration, painful. Irregular
and suppressed menstruation, quickly
relieved, The poor treated tree, except
medicines, from 10 to 11 daily. Those
able lo pay treated for half former
prices for another month.
"What' Tlie Time,'' '
A booklet with this title, just pub
lished by lha Chicago, Milwaukee A
St. Paul Rillway, shoild not only bo
in the hands ol every traveler, but
should have a p1ac on the desk of
every hanker, merchant or olhnr busi
The lour "Time Standard" which
govern our entire timo system and
which are more less familiar to most of
the traveling public, but by many others
little understood, are so fully explained
and illustrated by a series of charts,
diagrams and table that any one who
chooses can become conversaut with the
subject In question. There are also
some twenty-lour tables by which al
most at a glance, the time at any place
being given, the hour and day can be
ascertained in alt the principal cities of
the world, ,
A copy ol tlii pamphlet may he had
on application to Geo. II. Heafford,
(ieneral Passenger Agent, Chicago,
enclosing two-cent stampto pay postage.
C. J. Eiiiiy, General Agent.
A Minister s Mistake.
A city minister waa recently handed a
notice to be read (rum his pulpit. Ac
companying it was a clipping from a
newapaer hearing upon the matter.
The clergyman started lo read the ex
tract and loun I that it began: "Take
Kemp's lialsam, the best Cough Cure."
Hilt was hardly what he bad expected
and, after a moment's hesitation, he
turned it over, and found on the other
side the matter intended I 'r tho reading.
No inferior or impure ingredients are
used in Royal for the purpose of cheapen
ing its cost; only the most highly refined'
Royal Baking Powder imparts that
peculiar sweetness, flavor and delicacy
noticed in the finest cake, biscuit, rolls,
etc., which expert pastry cooks declare is
unobtainable by the use of any other
'OYAk SAKIHO rowOCH C0
- the Cream of this Fall's
Shades - Jvindow shRdM
from to cents nn.
have a few lines just a lew
we re closing out. Three to rive rolls
of a kind, 10 cents per double roll and
upwards. Here's a chance to paper
that little room you've wanted to fix
up for so long for little money.
.. CHOCK F.HY...
Prlvst Words Tot Women.
1 he eminent and successful electro
magnetic physiciau, Dr. Darrin, ha dis
covered and protected a system ol treat
ment that ha caused a revolution In
the treatment of female disease.
Wherever their treatment is tested and
known it ha done away with all dosing
with nauseous drugs and surgical opera
tions whoreby so many precious live
have been lost. '
A a discovery, It rank with Harvey's
discovery of the circulation ol the blood.
It ha proved in more than a thousand
case ol the wont kind to be a positive
cure lor the following female disease:
Ovarian tumors, polypus ulceration
and dropsy of tlie womb, inflsmatlon,
congestion and (ailing ol the womb,
Itucurroea, painful and ' suppressed
menstruation, flooding, frequent urina
tion, bearing down pain, backache,
headache, hacking cough, melancholy,
absence of ambition or desire to live,
or, in fict, any complaint having its
origin In a ' disordered state of the
generative and accompanying organ,
whether from contagious disease,
hereditary, accident, tight-lacing, mis
carriage or other cause.
Their method ol treatment Is harm
less, pleasant and mild. It I applied
directly to the womb without the
use of Instruments; can be applied
by the patient themselves, thus
securing correct ' local treatment at
home, and Hi application is easy and
simple. It curative action on the
inflamed, congested and ulcerated parts
Dr. Darrin refrains from making
public the name of hundreds of ladies
who have been restored to. health with
due deference to the delicacy ot their
Dr. Darrin can be consulted (re at
the Hotel Josephine, Grant Pas.
Hours 10 to 5 and 7 to 8 dally. The
uoor Irco, except medicine. The cure
of seminal weakness, lost manhood,
varicocele, hydrocele, gonorrhea, typhi
lia and strict ur a ipecialty, a well a
all chronic disease. Ilatleiie and bolts
furnished il necessary. Eye tested
and glasses fitted.
Oesfnei Cured In 10 Mlnulss.
Mr. Editor: I wisn to stat-.i through
yonr columns that Dr. Darrin, cured
me of deafness iu 10 minutes. Kefer
any oue to me at 423 Clay Street,
Portland. Hinry M. Wiujams.
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