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It Is 29 years old; it is the great boiled-down, hlt-the-nail-on-thehesd,' ."it-lfter-you-have-sald-lt Frm and Hounehold paper In the world the bigrent paper of its sire in Ihe t'nited States ol America having mrn than Three Million rrgiHar reader. Anv ONE of the BIUOLE BOOKS, and the FARM JOURNAL YEARS (remainder nt 100 ami alt of 107, IMA, 1909 and 19101, sent by mail to any address for A DOLLAR BILL. -Sample o( FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIOOLE BOOKS, Ire. WILMER ATKINSON CO., . Pttbuihxb op Wamm JouaitiL. Psiladsvlwa. MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS J. B. PADDOCK, Proprietor. 99 I am prepared to furnish anything in the line of Cemetery work in any kind of.Marble or Uranite. Near If thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my saying I that I can fill your orders in the very best manner. Can furnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Granite or any kind ol Marble. . . . xront t'reet. next to ureen s u'jnsiiup. THE LIVER QUARANTINE "TAHNO BIS MEALS OUT." CHurried eating has ruined many a tnan't omnium, i iic (UK'esiion-tlcstrovint' pro cess is gradual, oflen unnoticed nt first. But it is only a short time until the liver talks, the digestive orirans nive wav nrl almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economue time at the ex pense of his health. I A torpid liver causes a quarantine of the cmnc system, it locks in the diseased germs and body poisons and affords them inn piay. inviting some serious illness. Iii families where August Flower is used, a sluggish liver and constipation are tin- nown, so are an stomach ailments, as well as indigestion, dvspepsia, heartburn, headaches and kidney and blader affec tions. No well-regulated family should be without this standard remedy. CJTwo sizes, 25c and 75c All druggists. For Sale by Dr. J. C. Smith. further information. K. W. FOSTER, Passenger and T cket Audit, Builinpt n Home, d r. 8d & Stark Sts., Portland, Ore. FASHION FEED STABLES - ', Proprietor. I'liuSh s'M tirnt Vans, Oregon A Farm Library of unequalled vilue. Practical, Up to date, Concise aid Comprehensive. BOOKS HORSE BOOK a Common-tense Treatlae. with 1 ; a standard work. Price. 60 Cent. j ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON, APRI v W. C. T. U. C0MJ31X. All mutter for this column is Mipplied by the li rants Pass. Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Regular program uieetiug of W. C. T. U. held iu A. O. V. W hall April e, was a Mothers' meeting. Regular busiuess was transacted and since October, 11105, onr reports show a dis bursement of $7893 aud with at) in crease of members as folVjws: Mrs. Beckman, Mrs. Bower. Mrs. Fouti, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Hildreth, Mrs. Cheshire, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Patrick, Mrs. Trussler, Mrs. Clements, Mrs. Beldiug, Mrs. Fitzgerald. Mrs. Cow dry, Mrs. Piohardsou Mrs. Anderson, Miss Adeila Mulkey and Mrs. Kel logg. Honorary members: Revs. Book man, Williams, Bcwer, and Trivia. Measr. Uaith, Rannie, aud Dr. Find ley. At conclusion of business Mrs. Cowdry, superintendent of Mothers' meetings, was introduced and an nounced the numbers of her carefully prepared program and each was a success. Especial mention is due the piano solos by Miss Florence La mar and Miss Dove Williams. They afforded pleasure to all present. Also worthy of praise were the papers written by Mrs. Curtis on "The Ideal Mother in the Homo" and by Mrs. Caldwell on "The Ideal Mother in Society." Other ladies of the onion assisted by reading and staging. The next program meeting will be held iu A. O. U. W. ball. April 20. Mrs. Lulu Caldwell, superintendent of Christian Citizeubhip department will have charge of the program and we can expect a good one. You are in-, vited to attend Especial invitation is extended the Merlin and Wilder ville anions. Mrs. Henkle, superin tendent of Y branch of W. O. T. U., invited the ladies present to attend the regular monthly meeting of O. P. Y. P. C. T. U. at Baptist church that evening. Mrs. Caldwell,. Mrs. Hood, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Hildreth aud Mrs. Calvert were present and can speiik iu highest terms of the meeting. The president. Miss Kittle Loughrtdge, was in the chair. The program was on the subject of "Christ Ian Citizenship" and under the management of Roy Hackett as leader, the program was good. It is soul-in spiring to atteud ruch a young peoples sqciety. All present were very much inter sted iu Rev. Travis' instructions aud suggetiouB along important lines aud the helpful advioe given by Rev. Hughes. Success awaits those "who endure to the- end." The W. C. X U. aud Y also are making prepara tlous for a Medal Contest. Dates annouueed later. Amid excitiug scenes the Ohio sen ate passed on April 3, the Aiken bill to iucrease rtlie state saloon tax from $350 to 11000, the flnal vote being at first a tie, or 18 to 18. Oue man, Beatty, immediately changed his vote from the negutive to the affirmative, whereupon cheers resoundtd through the capitol from the temperauce peo ple. Afterward several sena'ors changed their votes. The bill had already passed the house. Brewers say that it will drive half the sa- loons in the state out of business, or about 0000. With but one dissenting vote the Medford council at t'teir session on Tuesday of last week passed an ordi nance to close the eight saloons of that town on Sandaya. This will prove a decided betterment to the morals of that town aud it is the first time In the history of Motif or i that Sunday closing has been enforced. Ashland enforces the Sunday closing on their five saloous, but Grants Pass with 12 saloons, Jacksonville with four, Gold Hill with three and Kerby with two saloous are the only towns of auy importance in Rogne River Valley that allows liquor to be sold on the Sabbath. The leisure hours of Sun day In towns where saloons are open on that day are the danger times to many, who would otherwise lead up right livrs. They go into the saloons first for goodfellowship and the social glass leads to more drintcs and before the man is aware of it his money is gone and with a bad headache, a bout stomach and an empty pocket book be regius the week with a "blue" Mon day, aud is not folly capable of at tending to his work before Tuesday. The Young Peoples' Christian Tem perauce Union held their regular monthly meeting, Friday evening, April 6th, at the Baptist church. After the business session, as osual, a very interesting program was present ed, with Roy Hackett, the superin tendent of the Christian Citizenship Department, in charge. A very in teresting talk waa eiven by Rev. Travis on the "Temperance Work That is being done on the Local Op tion Question." Be brought out many things that are being done, that few people are aware of and seem to pay so little attention to, when it is of vital interest to all. The number that teemed to be of special interest and held tbe most direct attention of the evenlog was the Impromptu- debate ' on "Woman 13 Suffrage as on Aid to Good Citizen ship." The affirmative beiug upheld by Mrs. Calvert aud Frit Dean ; the negative by Mrs. Savage aud Birdseye. It was a case of no decision rendered, the chairman deeming this best and least likely to cauHe any dissension, but as th argument was presented the negative seemed to have decidedly the best of it. The closing talk, given by Rev. hughes on." Individual Respoutibility iu the Matter of Qood, Citizenship," presented to us the many ways through which we are responsible for the government and etaud:ng of the State and community in which we live. R. L. KEMP. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. Kloey & Co., Chicago, originated Honey aud Tar as a throat aud lung remedy, and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar many imitatious are offered for the g uuiue. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other prepara tion will give tbe same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It contains no opiates and is safest for childreu and delicate persons. For sale by H. A. Rotermond. He. s Made a Good Record. Hon. A. M. Crawford, who is a caudidate for a second nomination by the republican party for Attorney General, asks the voters of the party to judge him as to his fitness by his record during his first term. He hat endeavored to keep the state out of litigation by giviug -careful attention to its affairs and advising the varioas state officers, boards and commissions on all questions, aud his opinions have been very generally accepted and ant ed upon both by publio officers and othets transacting business with them. This has obviated the uncertainty and expense of having to try publio ques tions in the courts. A few qnestious have arisen which involved tbe publio interests to such an extent, and finding it impossible to protect them iu auy other way, they have been carried into the courts. Notable among these is the state's in terest in the Oregon City Canal and locks. In 1870 the legislature appro priated (200,000 to assist in building the caual and locks upon the condition L that 10 per cent of the net prooeeds of Buch canal and locks should be paid to the common school fund. The $200,000 was accepted "by the corpora tion building the canal and locks but the 10 per cent of .net proceeds has never been paid except for the first year the locks were operated, in 1873. The corporation which is the present owuirofthe interest of the original company, refuses to reoognize the in terest ot the state aud feeling that the common school fund should not suffer the loss of hnudreds of thousands of dollars in this way, Mr. Crawford hat begun a suit to comel an accounting for and payment of the 10 per cent due the school fund. He hopes to prosecute the suit to successful ending, aud in the event of success, will have rendered a valuable servioe to his state, which will be a source of great satisfaction to him. His efforts in 'securing title to the Celito Canal right-of-way and in de fendiug the Oregon City FiBh-way and tbe rights of the tettlert of Lake County in their efforts to secure title to their homes against the oorporate greed which wishes them for a larger stcck much, all recommend him ai deserving of coutinuanoe in the office of Attorney General for a second term. One of his most note worthy achieve ments is in saving to the school fund the interest which was formerly paid to school land speculators on payment of the purchuse price of lands to which tne state's title failed. It is his opiuiou that a just construction of the law does not award interest in canes where the purchaser ban had or could have had possesion of the land, aud this construction of the law wat adopted by the State Land Board upon his presenting it early in his term, thereby saving, since qit opinion was rendered thereon, over (20 000, and resulted in the establishment of a role for the government of future trans actions of that nature. Mr. Crawford was born and edu cated in the state of New York and came Oregon in 18S0, and ojiened a law office at Marsh field, Coot county, Oregon, aud bas ever tlnce been en gaged in the active practice of the lw in thit state. He believes it to be the duty of an Attorney General to zealously guard the interests of the people and lias conducted the office upon that principle. He requests a renomination at the primaries April 20th. Good Judgement it the essential characteristic) of men and women. Invaluable to good business men and necessary to bonne wives. A woman shows good judg ment when she buys White's Cream Vermifuge for her baby. The best worm medicine ever offered to mothers. Many indeed are the sensi ble mothers, who write expressing their gratitude for the good health of their children, which they owe to the use of White's Cream Vermifuge. For sale by RoWtnund aud Natioual Drug Co. A Guaranteed Car tor Plloe. Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protrod lug Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINT MENT failt to curei In 6 to Hldayt. 196 - Lndidate for Republican Nomi nation as State Treasurer. Judge Thoa. F. Ryan, of Or. ion City, Oregon. Born in Rhode Island 4(1 years ago, Jndge Ryan came to Oregon in hit 21st year and soon became recognized throughout the state as an active tire less worker in the promotion of all matters pertaining to tbe publio in terests of his adopted state. A loyal and consistent republican he has been honored by hia associates in Clacka mas county by election as mayor, city recorder, water commissioner, chief engineer, school director and school clerk of Oregon City and as county jndge of Claokamas county, all pf which offices he hat filled with credit to party and self. In an interview Judge Ryan says: "I beileve that mv record as a nnblio officer of my oity and coonty goes to Srove that II I am elected that every uty required of the state treasurer will be performed in an efficient aud economical manner. I believe that interest on state funds Bhould belong to the state and thi t the ttate treasur er should be prohibited from speculat ing witn tne runos 01 tne ttate, either for gain for self or in tbe interests of banks or other monied institutions. receiving for his servioes the salary allowed him by law ; being neither a president, cashier or stockholder in any bank, I shall use my best efforts to oonduct tne office in strict confor mity with the lawt of the state, and not discriminate in the iuterests of any institution or person." Mr. Ryan's record as indne of Clacktnas county troves him to be a man of exoeptionabls business qualifi cations as he has paid off a county indebtedness of over f 200,000, at the same time constructed iimnv miles of improved roads and eaoh year decreas ing the tax levy. GIOT HITHY And got some of the Best Poul try that can be found anywhere. This stock was brought Iron South Dakota and comprises some of the best to be had iuric i' 1 iiit iiiiir Can be procured from me at the Patton Ranch, or will be delivered at Grants Pans by ordering by card Barred Plymouth Rocks, 15 tees $1.00 White Wyandottes, 15 eggs 1.50 White Leghorns, 15 eggs 1.00 Also have juBt received Poland Chiua Boar pig, services I1.GU C. C. RUSSELL, Grant Pea GRANTS PASS WALL PAPER and PAINT SHOP W.P.Sharmsn and E.F.LeMieux SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J Full ttoeit of Wall Paper all designs quality and prices. Paints, VarnlHhos, Oils, Drushos 'V, -rt .rit.t iinrl'e". Mall orders promptly filled. Absolutely New Principle The Latest Invention OUtt UABANTtt "l rerauc the human voles Mth at) the volunM f tt TtoiMl a 'S&K V K f ). 2. I 'r .... -,if NEW TWENTIETH CENTURY CYLINDER RECORDS Half Foot Long ablciMM Kaiickif artlce AsteoUMno, Results rr bale hy Dealers Iverywhtre and ar aM hs stores the Columbia Phonograph Company, twi Creators of the TalUne Machine Industry wsera of the reomuntal Patents Laroctt Manufacturer la the World MAN) P17r, PA Sift, 10 MUftLt WAN) Pttizr, ftT. LOtllfS, 1904 371 Washington Street, PORILAND, DEL Candidate for Sheriff. I hereby announce my intention of presenting my name before the republi can an primaries April 80 for the nomination of sheriff of Josephine county. W. I. SWKETLAKD. j The Gr IF Flour & Feed Store Oor. Bth and I sireets Formerly Wickmati 's 'Blue Stem,' "Olympio" "Hard-to-Beat" Flour. aud Hay, Giain, Mill Feed, Poultry Foods. For Cash Only. J. J. MORTON, Proprietor. Grants Pass Breeders Associat'n PERCHER0N STALLION AVADA Will stand at the following places one day in each week: Williams C. O. Bigelow'i. Applegate Near Rote Hall. Ruch Murphy H. L. Reed't. orauts Pass Service: Insurance, $20.00. For further Information address, C. E. HARMON, Grants Pass, Ore. Charles Costain Wood Working Shop. West of flour mill, near R. R. track Turning, Scroll Work, Stair Work, Hand Sawing.llalilnet Work, Wood Pulleys, Haw FiliiiKanti gumming, HenHiring all kinds. Price rixht. Wholesale and Retail Feed ana Flour Store J. E. KERLEY, Proprietor. Kerley's Feed Stables, South Sixth Street. BeHt Brand of Flour. Hay of ull kinds. ' Itollud Barley, Wheat and Oats. Clean Gray Oats for 8ood. fjtf liudrock prices. F. G. ROPER FASHIONABLE TAILOR Harmon Block, Upstairs South Sixth Street Suits made to Order PROMPTLY AND OFTHE BEHT MATKKIAL AND IN THE LATEST BTYLE Cleaning and Repairing. "Twentieth Century" Gr3pbo)hone 16 TIMES IOUOCR THH ALL OTHIH TALKIHa MAOHIMC9 The Most Marvelous TatMn rlacMn (vr Cwutrvctea' Wonderful SenMtlooal Epoch Making Pmimrm4 In mil Ohrlllnd Otutntr-lmm MPROOliCts COLUMBIA AND ALL OTMiR CtLIMSKR MCOttto A Perfect Buettltuts for the Orcfceitre Mutt he heard te he parectetee'