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ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON. MARCH
"The best remedy I can prescribe for your In
digestion, madam, is Green's August Flower.
I know of several other physiciaus who pre
scribe It regularly."
tTIndigestion is making an awful record '
as a cause of sudden deaths. It is beat-1
ing Heart-failure in its ghastly harvest. .
tfYou read in the papers dailv of armar
entlv healthy and even robust men being
suddenly attacked with acute indigestion
after enjoying a hearty meal, and of theii
dying in many cases before a physician
could be called in.
JThis should be a warning to you whc
suffer with regular or periodical attackt
f indigestion. If tVteu imfnrinti.u
'-J Z Ji .7.,: .. .
V.F 01 BCUle maigesuon Dart taken a
"Vjknall dose of Green's Autrust Flower he.
Tfore or after their meals they would nol
nave laiien a prey 10 sucn sudden seizures.
1st flower prevents indigestion by
g good digestion. It also regulatei
er, purines the blood and tones uu
the entire system in a natural way. t
CJTwo sizes, 85c and 75c All druggists.
Fur Bale by Dr. J. C. Smith.
You will bo more than pleased with what you see
from the windows of the Purlinzton's thro Tourist
and Standard sleeping cars leaving Salt Lake City
every day for eastern ci'i s. v
These cars run thro the heart of the Rockies and
you have choice of routes. Scenery is not the only
attraction, for the cars are modern and comfortable
Plousep to give ymi further information
0. r. 3d
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tella everything;. Profusely illustrated. Price, AO Cents.
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All about Cowa and the Dairy Business: new edition.
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ol Marble or Uranite. ...... . ' 1
Nearlv thirty year of experience in the Marble business warrant my Baying
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Can furnish work in Kcou-h, Sed) or .-.mericao dranite or any kind ol
Fioat s'.reet nex' to 'ir-e .'a Jun.hop.
I HOLLA ' I)
Koy Wells as in Hollaud one day
; tins ween on business.
The snow has gone and warm rains
are. nnikin? ti e grass grow.
Mrs. J. F. Kellogg and Mrs. T. A.
Glynn and children were in Holland
r rank fowler, manager of the Gold
Pick Mine? Co., returned from Kerby
where he had been cm business
J. B. Griffin and wife and Mrs. F.
S. Coatea and daughter, Aleue, spent
Sitnrday, March 17th, in Holland.
A. J. Fnlk came in last week from
the Erigga miue at the bend of
Sucker creek and reports six feet of
new snow and still enowiug.
A Scicntilic Wonder.
The cures that stand to its oredit
make Buck leu's Arnica Salve a scien
tific wonder. It curtd E. R. Molford.
lecturer for the Patrous of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
of Piles. Ic heals the: worst barns,
sores, boils, ulcere, outs, woand, chil
blains and salt rheum. Only 2oo at
all drng stores.
stationery at the
a-enper and T oket Agent.
Bmlnigt n Knme,
& Stink tits.. Port and, Ore.
P11 print or.
Grants; I'aaa. Oregon
A Farm Library
of unequalled value.
Practical, Up to
date. Concise sod
V " T IT
I'm. IT MY ?
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All mailer for this
by the tyrant J'ass
column is supplied
A large cumber of the bis niagtziues
are dropping the whisky advertise,
inputs through the advUe and protests
of their readers. This is taken to
mean that the majority of mngaziue
readers have do love for liquor aud
take the liberty of telling the pub
lishers their (entiuieuts. Patent
mediciues which contain alcohol also
are being refused advertising space iu
many publications. It may be doubted
whether the larger number of pocple
who read magazines are temperance
people. But those who are Dot, do
not express their views and make a
campaign for preservation of the
liquor advertisements, while the others
lose uo opportunity of getting iu a
telling blow against liquor wherever
they fiud it. The advertising motto
"Keep everlastingly at it" briugs re
sults in one campaign as well as in
xriaay aut-rnoon, march 23, wan
observed by the nuion here us Neal
Dow or Prohibition Bally day. Neal
Dow the "Father of Prohibition" is
honored everywhere and by means of
the written word "Ha beiug dead yet
speaketh." At a great meeting in
Leds he offered this resolution :
"That stroug drink breeds infinite
mischief to the nation and infinite
misery to the people." Nobody
voted against it though be says rum
mies by the. hundreds were present.
He then offered this: "We declare
that the suppression of the driuk
traffic would be an incalcn table bless
ing to the government aud the people
of Great Britain." "Doen anybody
object to that" he a.-ked aud was de
claring the vote unanimous when a
liqnor man hi Id op his hat on a stick
whereupon he said "Only one nega
tive aud that's only a hat on a stick
no brains in it, no heart uuder it
that's a reasonable vote after all."
He said "Some of our good people
think it is quite secular in a man to
vote as he prays. You say I musu't
talk so hard? But I must talk so,
UDtil you learn that blank cartridges
are no match for shotted guns. Yon
say Ibis is a 'hydra-headed monster.'
I know it, beuoe we must not only
cut off each bead, but singe each
stump. Tint's just what Wa're doing
here in Maine.'
Bot returning to the subject of the
afternoon. Mrs. Savage had prepared
a program which at the close was de
clared to be one of the best we have
had for some time, aud that mauy
more should have been present to
eujoy it A paper by W. M. Hair on
"Prohibitiou from a Business man's
Standpoint," one by Mr. Savage on
"The Teacher's Viewpoint," one by
Mr. Mangum stating a mining man's
reasons for his belief, and a talk by
Mr. Becktnau giving the Preacher's
ideas were all excellent.
Mr. Bobbins took the other side of
the question, saying in his apology
that he must have been hypnotized to
prepare a paper on that subject, but
li s profession demanded that he should
defend criminals of all kinds, and as
his principles are well kuowu we caa
understand the plea. Miss Ella
Savage favored us with an instrumen
tal selection and Mts. Duuis u, ac
companied on the piano by Mis. Ora
Hood, sang a beautiful solo. But iu
closing this report, let us have the
final sentence' of Mr. Mangum 's
paper. "The Temperance question
is no longer a minor issue in Ameri
can politics. Not only must it be
recognized, but it must be solved aud
when Its rapidly growing forces are
marshalled for the fintl conflict and
the bat'le fought you will hear the
shouti i victory from every hill top
of our fair land aud America will be
fiea from the most dreadfal curse
that ever blighted any country."
Torture by Savages.
"Speaking of the totture to which
ome of the savage tribes in the Phil
ippiues mbject their captives, re
minds me of the iutense suffering I
endured for three mouths from infla-u-mation
of the Kidneys," says W. M.
Shrman, of Coshing, Me "Nothing
helped me until I tried Electric Bit
ters, three bottle 0: which cooii lntely
cured me." Cores liver complaint,
dyspepsia, blood disorders aud Malaria
and restores the weak and nervous to
robust health. Guaranteed by all
druggist. Price 50c.
The Courier is the farmers'
for Rogue River Valley.
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater.
Kan., writes. My husband lay sick
for three months. The doctors said he
had quick consumption. We prooured
a bottle of Ballard's horehonnd
Syrup, and it cured him. That was
six years ago and siuoe tben we have
always kept a bottle in the bouse
We cannot do without it. For coughs
and colds it has no equal. Natiooal
Drug Co. and at Rotennund'a.
A Guaranteed Core for Pitta.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protrud
ing Pilea.. Druggists are authorized
to refund money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to cure in to 14 davs.
The End of
Transl.i'cd from the French
by Lawrence B. Fletcher.
A IX. Aiin-.ir.r.. The coH'.ioiutUtan crowd
ot v:ti-..N la r.uiidly thinning. An ele
gar.; v..,.. urruur.dtd by rU.wer twda
tn.i: hav, .1..-; '.b( ir glory, anil lawns dotted
with lHiltr. .cavea.
l.yri.i d Avl'.a, a dnziMnir Creole beauty
0; 13. with coal-bluck hair, piercing eywa
lr.d liu- rtd with health and. Fplrlta.
Mme. d'Avila, her mother. Flfty-ftve; a
t pical parvenue; rouged and enameled;
ton marly nicknamed "Mme. Cardinal o(
Marc de Sallly, a Kood-tooklna; young-fallow
of 30, with an engaging manner.
Lynne (glancing at the sparse
prumenatler on the avenue) Well,
thin i the end, and we have another
Mriison to our credit.
Mine. d'Avila To our debit rather.
Another failure! The third this year,
counting Spa and Houlgate.
l.ynne It isn't my fault, I am sure.
I hare done the impossible, almost, to
win the prize a husband!
Mine. d'Avila And so have I.
Lynne Yea. You have done too
much. Several times, when I thought
1 had mure than a nibble, you arrived
n the scene and pulled on the line so
hastily that the trout slipped off the
hook and got away. '
Mme. d'Avila Oh, yes! Insult your
mother after all the sacrifices
Lynne Were they nut partly for
vourself chiefly, I should sty, seeing
that even if we had caught one of your
old reprobates, it was not you, but I,
that would have had to marry him?
Mme. d'Avila My dear, I had perftfet
confidence in your ability to tame the
worst of them after marriage. But
we never got that far!
l.ynne And we never shall, with
your system. Your ideas are too
grand. Yon aim too high.
Mme. d'Avila Oh. I admit that I
ninde a sad mistake, but there is no
ue in qunrreling about it now. It is
time for action. Something must be
dune at once. You saw our bank state
ment this morning?
l.ynne Of course. Twenty thou
sand francs. 8ay eight months' re
spite. Thpn the altar.or Ah! Thers
:k M. de Snilly with his hnt in the air.
Vmi don't know much about him, do
Mine. d'Avila No. I have inquired
f several people, but their answers
were contradictory nnd unconvincing.
l.ynne He is not bad looking, at all
"vents. I could learn to love him so
-xitcli better than your old cripples.
'Int. perhaps, as you know nothing
definite nhout him, he is crippled too
Mme. d'Avila Well, it is the last
'innce nnd it mny be worth trying.
Have you had any conversation with
l.ynne Only trivialities. We have
met two or three times. He asked me
fur a waltz the other evening. . . .
He is coming this w ay. You must con
trive to leave us alone for a few min
utes. (Hat in hand, M. de Snilly approaches
nml pays his reapecta to the ladies.)
Mme. d'Avila (after the conventional
civilities hnve been exchanged) Are
they still nlnying in the card room?
De Kaillv I think so. It is almost
the only thing left.
Mine. d'Avila I feel a mad longing
to hazard a few louis. Allow me to
confide my daughter to your care, M.
l.ynne Oh, mamma!
Mme. d'Avila (going) A few lnln
utea. only. Just long enough to lose
eny 500 francs
l.ynne (aside) Neatly done! (Aloud)
What mnkea you smile, monsieur?
lie Saiily Your mother's words.
I-ynne (uneasily) The 500 francs?
De Sailly No, her confiding you to
l.ynne You will be a faithful
guardian, I trust?
De Sailly Oh, the honesty of the
guardian, you know, depends upon
the value of the treasure.
l.ynne (ostentatiously changing the
Subject) Hnve you been here long?
De Snilly Let me see. Ten days
ago I had the honor of being present
ed to you by my friend Marcellin. I
had arrived the day before. Have
you spent the whole season here?
l.ynne Almost. My mother and I
are very fond of Aix, and are among
the Inst to leave, as you see.
De Sailly Are you going back to
Lynne No. We are going first to
i'ouittiue, for the hunting. Mamma
bougiit a chateau there last year.
- De Sailly (tentatively; louraiue?
I kuow the country thoroughly. What
purt of Touraine?
Lynne (eiuoarraased) A few miles
from Tours, near Vaiencay. (Quick
ly and gushingly) Oh, how I love the
raud, free, open-air country life,
ilh its horses, dogs, sports of all
..inda. Are you interested in the
De Sailly Very much so. The care
of my estates occupies much of my
Lynne (with a good deal of curiosi
ty) Then your estates must be ex
tensive. De Sailly Yes, very; and, aa I am
an only son, I have the entire care of
them. In addition, I have one pas
Lynue I have the same. I adore
the sea. When I lived in Hrazil I often
went out on ray uncle's vessels.
De Sailly You are a lirazalian,
Lynne Yes. Do I not show it but
too plainly? My father, whom I lost
few years ago, made his fortune in
the diamond mines. Hut you must
know all this already.
De Sailly No. How should I?
Lynne Oh! watering place gotsip
or your friend Marsellin.
De Snilly He met you tirst at Spa,
you remember, and only passed
through Aix. 1 saw scarcely any
Lynne Why have you waited so
long before coming to to have thia
friendly little chat with me?
De Sailly How about the grand
Lynue Which grand duke?
De Sailly Come! You spoke of gos
sip. -It seemed to be entirely' occu
pied with your approaching marringe
to his royal highness.
Lynne (Mattered) Oh! with a
cousin of the emperor! How absurd!
llesidus, to spunk frankly, his royal
highness is rather mature. No. I
am one of those rare and peculiar
women who do not believe in mar
riage without love.
De Sailly Then you ought not to
have interrupted my paradox, as you
Lynne Were you going to speak of
love? It is easy to talk about, but
difficult to demonstrate.
De Sailly Meaning that you would
not have been convinced by my dem
onstration? Lynne Even if I had been con
vinced I could not with propriety,
considering the shortness of our ac
quaintance, have confessed that the
demonstration was agreeable.
De Sailly (sadly) What a pity it is!
Lynne What is?
De Sailly That one's wild dreams
cannot be realized. (In an altered
voice) I do not know, mademoiselle,
whether we shall ever meet again
especially after what I am going to
tell you but since you wish proofs,
I will make two avowals. The sec
ond of them will be the proof of the
Lynne (coquettlshly) Begin with
the second, then.
De Sailly It is not so easy or so
pleasant as the other, and the fact
that I make it shows how strongly
you have interested me. Your words
of encouragement have made me re
flect that 1 was on the point of acting
very dishonorably and I cannot so
act toward you. (Speaking with ef
fort.) Except that I am a man of
honor within the meaning of the
code, I am in no respect what I ap
pear or profess to be.
Lynne (amaed) How?
De Sailly My name is not De Sail
ly, but Marnier. I have no estates,
no yacht, no fortune. I am a poor
man, my only heritage being a few
thousand francs which I am squan
dering as economically as possible in'
places where heiresses congregate, in
the hope of finding one credulous
enough or sufticicntly in love with
me to mnrry me. There is my honest
confession. I hope you will pardon
my former words, which were simply
Lynne Why do you tell me this?
De Snilly llccnuse and this is the
first avowal, which you would have
last because 1 love you.
Lynne Since this morning?
De Snilly 1 Joved you at first sight.
I have loved you a little more every
time I have met you, and I have tried
to meet you every day. Hut in love
I am a skeptic, nlmoat an atheist, and
that I hnve dared to tell you my love
shows how completely it has mas
tered me. This is, perhaps, the first
time In my life that I have acted up
rightly. Do not be too angry with
Lynne (much affected, dreamily)
You are right. It is a pity.
De Sailly That we are now so far
Lynne No, but that we are too
near together. I am in the aume po
sition us yourself. I have neither
chateau nor horses, neither yachts
nor diamond mines. I am hunting for
a rich husband in the same coverts
Vat you are beating down for a
dowered wife, and I am not very pa
tiently awaiting the portion of happi
ness or misery that fate may bring
me. I am tired of playing the role
of cnndle to decrepit moths with
golden wings. I am pretty, you ace,
too pretty, nnd so I hnve no right
to anything but what I may fetch in
the market. I am only a chattel like
a railway bond or a Sevres vase. Your
frankness deserves a return, and it
hall have it. I, too, have another
confession to make. It will be as
harmless na yours, aince our two im
pecunious fates can never be one. In
the short time thnt 1 have known you
I have guessed, from various trifling
signs, that you were not enormously
rich, but atill I believed you had
oh, how shall I express it?
De Sailly A modest Competence, as
Lynne That is It And on this
foundation I built a romance the
first heartfelt romance of my life. I
gave up pining for the stars, and was
happy in dreaming of a modest, sim
ple existence with you.
De Sailly (sadly) We were de
signed for each other, but destined
never to reali.e the design.
Lynne Like so many others in this
De Sailly And, loving each other,
we shall each contract the most stu
pidly conventional of marriages with
some one else.
Lynne And regret It all our Uvea.
(A long silence. Then their hands
claap as if by instinct.)
Lynne (in a choking voice) la it
De Sailly Au revolr, rather, for
who knows? Are you doing Nice this
Lynne Yea, and you?
De Snilly- Of course. Perhape we
can help eneh -ither. ,
Lynne (more cheerfully) Agreed!
Au revoir, then.
(LV Sailly preseee her hand and is
Mme. d'Avila (returning) Well!
How about De Sailly? Is he com
Lynne Oh, mamma, mninma! He
Is colleague. N. Y. Post.,
No daugeurons drugs or alcoholic
C moct ous are tkken into the
stomach when Hyomei is need.
Breathed through thn Klmler. the
balsamic healing of Hyomei pene
trates to the most remote cell of the
noo aud throat, aud thus kills the
catarrahl germs, htals the irritated
mucous meitibrituo aud ghs complete
and permmittnt cure.
Hyomei is (he simplest, moat pleas
ant and the only guaranteed cure for
catarrh that has been discovered.
Complete outfit f 1.C0; extra bottle
For sale by Rotermnud.
Miners' blinks at the Courier office.
Bids for furnishing 45.000 fir ties,
hewed on two aides aud bark strii ped
or square sawed, not less than iiva
inches of heart, to be delivered at
points to be designated along the
right-of-way of The California &
Oregon Coast railroad between Granta
Pass and Love's Station ; said ties to
be of the following dimensions:
8x7 in. by 8 ft. No bid will be con
sidered for less than 1000 tios and the
company reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. Kor further infor
mation apply to the company'! assist
ant engineer, .John b Richardson,
Grants Pass, Oregon.
T. WALN-MORGAN DRAPER,
83'2t Uenetal Manager.
NOTICE OP SHERIFFS SALE.
In the County Court for Jospehine
P. H. Harth, Plalntiffi
,J. F. Cochran, Defendant J
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution issued out of the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Josephine County in an action
wherein P. H. Harth is plaintiff aud
J. F. Cochran is doleudant, com
manding me to sell Lot 5 in Block a
in the town of Napoleon, commouly
called Kerbyville, in Josephine
County, Oregon, to satiafy the sum of
tl34.35 United States Gold Coin, with
interest iu like gold coin at the rate
of ten per cent per annum from Jan
uary 11), HKXI, and the further sum of
$74 costs and disbursements and ac
Now therefore, in the name of the
Sttte of Orngon and in compliance
with said writ, I will offer for sale at
publio atiotion, to the highest bidder,
at the frout door of the court house In
Grauts Pass, Josephine Couuty, Ore
gon, on Monday, April 0, l'JOO, be
tweeu the hours of nine o'clock a. m.
and 4 o'clock p. ni., to-wit: at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
of kaid day, for terms cash in baud,
all the right, title and interest of the
above named J. F. Cochran in aud to
the aforesaid real property.
Dated at Grants Pass, Oregon, this
Uth day or Maroh, A. D., luotl
L . . . OKOHOK W. LEWIS,
bluing of Josophiue Couuty, Oregon.
Iu the County Court for Josephine
In tho mattor of the )
Ksta'e ofjamtts Lyttlo, V
T? L1?8 Iiytt,e Jn Lyttle, Hannah
LyttK Peggy Lyttle, Robert Lyttle,
John Lyttle and all other heirs and
next of kin and other persons inter
ested in the estate of James Lyttle.
In the name or the state of Oregon
you and eaah of you an hereby oited
to appear iu the above entitled oourt
and cause on Monday. April a, lUutl.
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the
('.?rt ,on"e t Orauta Pass in Jose,
phine Conuty, Oregon, at the regular
April term of said Court, theu aud
there to show cause, if any, why an
order should not be made for the sale
of all the right, title aud interest of
the above entitled estate in and to the
8. 4jj or the N E W the N. or the.
S. b. v the 8. E. L' 0r the N. W.
A o, ,U.?,H,,(l 4' ! township
41 S . R. .9 W. of Willamette Merldlai
ii Josephino County, Oregon
This citation Is published by
order of the Hon J. O. Booth, Judge
of said Court, dated March a, m,
roqulriug publication thereof in the
Rogue River Courier, a newspaper
published at Grants Pass, Oregon, for
a period of four iticneasive weeks prior
to the date of such hearing
Witness the Hon J.O.lfooth. JudgO
, "0Drt.n,l the seal or said Court
A D S 21 d"T ' M"r':'''
n , .8 V- CHESHIRE,
Oregfoo Jll'iue County,
Notice is hereby given that the Dis
trict Boundary Board or Josephine
iu Grant Pass, at 1 :!)0 o'clock, p. m.
on Thursday, April 5, 1U0U, to act on
a petition to change the boundary line
between aohool districts Nos. 6 and
43 to read aa rollows: Begiuuina at
thepoljt where the west boundary
line or district No. cuts the north
side or R. 8. Toliu's plKf
wLFTt.Hb,p 88 S,,nth of K"K 7
West Ihenoe ruuuing east to the
west line or Section 18; tWce south
?uthe" corner or said Seo
L,ni 18;.,,'euc81e,'t two miles; thence
south three miles to the southeast
L .if .of8uotin Township 88
f. .v?8 7 We8t' hich will
Ji 97d 'Sm',0' 3 "n of Sections 81.
. 87. 88, 83 and 84. the east hair of
Section, m 8 and 8J ,
of the north line of R L. Tolln'a
7 West. T"DMp 88' 8ooth of
Dated in Gran', 7 " -''V