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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. JUNE 1, 1906.
Bad Stomach Makes
Ton can not make iwrt butter In a
foul, unclean churn. The stomach serves
as a churn In which to aifltato, work up
and disintegrate our food an it It bclna
digcxtcd. ' l( be weak, sluggish and
foul the result will he torpid, sluggit.h
liver and bad, impure blood.
The Ingredient of Dr. I'lerc"s Golden
Medical Discovery art Just such as bent
serve to correct and cure all such de
rangements. It is made up without a
drop of alcohol la Its composition; chem
ically pure, triple-refined glycerine being
lined Instead of the commonly employed
alcohol. Now this glycerine Is of Itself a
alaable medicine, insu-ad of a deleteri
ous agent Ilk alcohol, especially In the
core of weak stomach, dyspepsia and the
rarloiis forms of Indigestion, l'rof. Finley
Elllngwood, M. !., of Bennett Medical
College, ChlrafO, cays of It: -
"In dnpemla It serve an excellent ur
POM. ' ' ' ll li one of the best manufact
ure products of the prenent time In Its
action uduo enfeebled, dliordered stomachs)
speedily If Uiere Is ulceration or csttrrhsl
gastritis (catarrhal Inflammation of stoasach),
it Is a mostelBclent areparatlon. Glynerine
will relievs msnr cases of pyrosis (heartburn)
and eiceMlr aastrtc acidity. It la awful In
cbronle Intestinal dyspepsis. especially tbe
flatulent variety, and In certain forms of
chronic conatluatlon. stimulating the secre
tory and excretory functions of tbe Intestinal
''When combined. In just the right propor
tions, with (iolden Heal root. Stone root,
Black Cberrybark, Queen's root, Blood
root and Mandrake root, or the extracts of
these, as In Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, there car. be no doubt of Its
fireat ellicacy In the cure of all stomach,
Iver and Intestinal disorders and derange
ments. Then several Ingredients have
the strongest endorsement In ail such
canes of such eminent medical leaders as
Prof. R. Itartholow. M. ., of Jefferson Meu-
leal College, Chicago; Prof. Hohart A. Hire,
w. Iloiiart A. Hare,
ment. I'nlvenlty of
M. V , of Medical Department, l-nlvenlty of
ra. I l'rof. Laurence Johnson, M. !.. susiicai
.n. M. I.. Mcl
prpsrtment, l.nlTcrxlty of ew York: l'rof.
Edwin M. Ilnle. M. I. lUhminsnn Mi'illriil
Colli'ircClili'ivo: Prof. John M ft-wliler. M I).
and l'rof. Jolin King. M. I).. Am horn of the
American lilHiMMinaUiry, and woreHof others
among the IcHiHng medical men of ourluixl.
Who can doubt the curative virtues of
a medicine the Ingredients of which have
uch a piiifrjMlaiuil endorsement ?
Constipation cured by Doctor J'lerco'i
Pleasunt Pullets. One or two a doMi.
rrVOTltc "Pvl CC 1
Rotermund Says Care of Digestion
Solves Problem of Long Life. !
No ono in Grunts Pass has a bettor
chance than thn druggist to know the
couditiou of the city's health, and
what diseases are most common. I
Rotermund believes that the prob-'
lem of long life is solved; by proper j
cara oi ine uiKOhuvt) urgnuM. i-rt'i uie
stomach get out of condition and soon
there will be nervousness, irritation.
m i . i. i . , -1 . . I
lurreu longue, njtetHS urmre me eyes,
other physical and mental troubles '
D7MAR Tiitsiti. null 1 1 r v. i nil i ui'ur if til. miim
that directly result from a wenkoued
Of all the vital organs, the stomach
ta tliu tnnut. frcfiumitl v iilttiuiH mill
hence, the one v. hiuh most frequently
fails, an il so with the discovery of a
remedy like Mi-o-na stomach tablets, I
which is sold or, al-nlut,, gunranteo .
to strengthen the digestive system, aid
in assimilation of food, and cure all
troubles ruiifod by indlgeHt ion, an im-
portaut step has been taken towards '
solving the question of good health f
and lung life. I
Take one of the little Mi o na tub-
inn urii'ip rntii n iiii inn iiAi'ti
determina'iou that you are going to
t vou are going to
w'ill not he many
get well, and it
days before yon
can eat anything
without year of Indigestion.
Hon rimitid sells Ml-o na ou an ab
solute guarantee to refund the money
if it dots not cur. A l.irge box, of
the tablets costs but M) cents, if it
helps yon; nothing if it fails.
J. M. CHILES
The Pioneer Grocer
Rl'LIABUi GOODS AT
FAR M-C U R E D
THH l'INKST UVKR
Dried Fruits of All Kinds
Wholesale and Retail
Feed ana Flour Store
J. K. KKKI.KY, l'ii.'iict.r.
Kerley's Feed Stables, South Sixth Street.
ltt-i.1 Itiiind of Kloiir.
Ilnv of nil kinds.
Kofled Uarli'V, W heat and tal.
l lenn tiruy Outs for Sicd.
y I'odriH'k pi'iivs.
The Popular Berber Shop
Get vitur tonsoii.il woik ilone ,t
On Sixth Sheet Three eh.ii:s
ltath Koout in ommoi'iiim
iim A. l'oiil ruction Co.
Mr. Wide Awake want to know
where S. C. Kibbler liai gone, and for
bis benefit S. O. will write once from
Laurel Grove. Jumbo, you moat ex
cuse me, for I do not intend to be
We see Oscar Bunch on onr street
Friday. He was wearing sweet
mile, so were the girls. Look ont,
boys of Laurel Grove or yon will get
Mr. Gentner was in onr midst last
week collecting road tax. He is a
rustler, for proof Just travel over onr
valley road which yon will find in ex
Jeff Lindsay and John Williams are
making a great success at strawberry
cnltnre, tber having berries ready tor
market now and ' will gather a large
quantity this year.
Well, Wide Awake, far fear Jumbo
will think I am robbing him of the
good news of oar community, I will
step aside and submit the space in
the Courier all to him.
Wm. Haberman Sr., ii dealing quite
extensively in the dairy business.
He hag several bead of choice milk
cows and markets butter every Saior
day in Grants Pass
considerable local trade
Perhaps Wide Awake would like
some more " sound nows" from here.
Talk about yonr farm and dairy
j country, hero it is, a fine rich Valley,
one that is well wittered by the ever
flowing ApploKHte, one where failures
of crop aro unknown to our many
' farmers. A laud whore you cau raise
1 nil binds nf choice fruit, tileutv of
grain, and ulfalfa as fine an cau be
S. C. KIBBLER.
Election will soon be here and every
one will know his doom after June 4tli .
I C. L. Swiuden has 10 tons of hay
cut and w'shes the sun would shine
A nQmber of oul funuerg took in
,hB h()tm s,ow laHt gtttordny and say !
it WM go0(j
Rev. John Slagle will hold a meet-
ing at Wonder on the fourth Sunday '
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01 eucu uiouui.
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r.veryoooy tireu oi rain auu an uuuii
water going iu waste,
Will Ileb. rinan aud his sister paid
Grants Pass a visit oue day of lust
week, also H. T. Day.
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J"" '!'K"duer of bonder, was
visiting ye scibe last Sunday. Jim
says ho has the ouly ranch on Slate
crsek, fine land aud good stock
Harold Alger has sold his place aud
iH diking f going to Nome, Alaska
, ... . . I, i ...
go as he has a proven to be a good
uiau and neighbor and we wish him
much rurcess in his new venture.
He told for X00.
Gi fiord Knox aud Charles Oglesby
were visiting in this burg last Hun-
day. A gentleman parsed through
our streets lust week ou his wheel iu
quest of horse shoes. Ho said his
horse slipped around and ho wanted
hitu shod, but he was walking and
leading him as far as wo could see.
la II Juat?
In the political conditions now ex
isting which have disheartened many
in the success of the 'principles of a
republican form of government, we
ate sorely rraping the harvest of the
reasoning which enfranchised the
non taxpAying mini, while the taxpay
ing woman remained disfratichisi d ;
which thrust the ballot unaski d Into
the hands of the nergo just out of
slavery, while the author of " I'ucle
Tom's C'aliiu" pleaded for it in vain;
which urced the Indians uivn the
Vt..rn nrniries u.-eent. sntTrjire h
.. , i .
a favor, while the opinions ot mis
kionarics ami te.ichers who wete try
ing to raiNe them to the level of civi
lization, were counted with idiots,
iustii, and criminals ou elci'lion
day. w liiib crowdeJ with s.iven len
ity many an illiterate ot iKiinrnit
alieu from foreign lauds, while denying
representation to educated Aiinriciin
women. Such iiu'tiusihteticy in the
application of justice does not find i s
eijual in all the w rld's liirtcry.
If you agree with the aliove, vote
YKS for Kiuul titTrage Aiiiendxe t,
ntinilu r JH'.'. ."tine -1th.
Rates for Klks Con entiort .
Aiim.nl t'onventiou lirand I.o'ge
Benevolent ami I'nt ctive t'r'er of
Kll.!.. O nv. r, I'oli rulo, July 1 7 is,
l'.i, !."' llontel t ' i p t : ; ill lie
on July 10. 11, l'.. I", 14, 1 ., l'.i. t
at fo!loin rite-: line way tbrojch
1'oillo.d, ami one wav tltrough t"mi-
f . il 1 11:1. Il'o
I r 'in
i - w i : i
Stock is taking on flesh rapidly.
Onr people are healthy, no sickness
The marriage bells will soon be ring
lhis has been a cold, wet Spring for
raising poultry, but to far tbe losses
Lewis Bros, are doin extensive
prospecting on the Brimstone placer
on Grave creek.
John Mackenr is onr batcher. John
likes to peddle beef as that bring
him in contact' with -the women, folks
and that suits him.
Kelly Duncan is supplying this
vicinity with fresh vegetables. Dun
can is a rustler. Between raising
fine hogs and gardening be is making
Speaking last Friday night by
Robert Glenn Smith of Grants Pass.
He spoke from the democrat point of
view, bat it was the same old story.
One thing the candidates do they
scatter a little money in their wake
so that helps the public.
For the last few days it has been
raining so farmers cannot cure or cat
their hay. Some began rotting hay
j 10 days ago. There is no sun to core
it for as soon as it gets rartly dry on
' one side then we get a rain so as to
keep it wet. There never was a more
' promising crop of all Kinds of every
thing as ut the present time. Gardens
are looking fine, bnt as the ground is
so wet the land cannot be tilled. We
think as soon as the weather clears
np we will have an opportunity to
cultivate the crops or we will have a
long spoil of wet weat'ier.
TAKIL M A
Miss Stella Hart
with Mrs. Wado.
spent last week
Things look as though wedding belli
will soon ring here.
BornTo Mr. aud Mrg. chttg. Ep.
lv. a son. Mav 20. l-JOtS.
Miss Lola Slagle is now at Takilma
working for Mrs. C. Kpperly
BornTo Mr aI)(1 Mm
Yarbrough, a daughter, May 211, l'.IOfl.
Takilma is now quite a lively place
one boarding house, one store aud
A social dance was enjoyed at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McBriety
John BaQKhiuitu has taken up the
mining trade again. He is working
for A. J. Aduus iu Fry Gulch.
Mrs. Eiiunit Strong returned to her
home in Takilma Wedtie-day. Mrs.
Strong ha been working in the Bay
hotel ut Crescent City for the pHst
Roy Knot got his riht hand quite
badly burnt Saturday nitfht at the
Takilma danciiw hall. The jar of
the d nicer.-) shook the stove pipe down
and Mr. Root (viught it, saving alsiut
a halt dozen yonng clii'd en from
being burnt. Ho thinks perhaps two
fingers will have to be op"riited on.
Still raining. Totter Ann.
Feeling Impending Doom.
The fet ling of ini cniiiii doom iu
the minds of tiitnv victims of Bright 's
diseuae and di.iheti s hus been changed
to tlmukfiilnets liy the benefit derived
from taking Foley's Kidney Core".
It will rure incipient Bright s di-ens-ainl
(linnet s a-ul even in ti e worst
(uses gives comfi i t ii'id r di' f. Slight
dis ird-ra Hre cured in a lew days. "I
had di:il-ti's in its worst lurm,"
writes Mmi' ii I.e-I of Punte ith, lud
l tried e'ght phjs i -lain wi lion' re
lief. Onlv l lire" IsitiUs of Kelcv's
Kidney Cur ll.ndi' Him it Wi ll u an. '
For sale by H. A K ter
'l'.i t'lio it 1'iOft ti. )n- liny
' :.ke I AX I I V K lUieiMn ijuir
iue it I : l)-;i.rfss f'-fi n I noiiiv
if it fai' to i :t- -. . W. (iliuVK'S
sii'tiaf ' i- ' . !:
CORSET COVER 39c
DO TOO EHBSOrOEl)
To u,iortise out niionpi-ii v'ort
Toiors ii will eriil to u: y
i1r.w tlil h.-lMiNopi liiSKT
CO 1 R. Ktami-fil in rv'r.v
Itv Fren.-h iviietrlo, wit! -(-
I'oitn to int)rolJer, all .'iy
3SJ "jvin-tea St.. T'.tsed, Or.
Miss Anna Slagle spent Saturday in
and near Waldo.
Gardens and crops are looking Sue
since the recent rains.
Miss Ida Adams made busine's
trip to Holland Monday.
Mrs. Sara Egger and her son, Sam
mie, visited Waldo Saturday.
Ohas. Chessman will close a six
mouths' term of school Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. White are getting
ready to take trip to the coast.'"
Mrs. A, J. Adams- visited Mrs.
oate-and Mrs: Grifflo .Thursday. '
' Little Ann.
Thru Physicians Treated film Without
W. L. Yancy.Paducah, Ky., writes:
"I had a severe case of kidney di
sease and three of the best physicians
in Kentucky treated ' me without suc
cess. I then took Foley's Kidney
Care. The first bottle gave immediate
relief, and three bottles cared me
permanently. I gladly recommend
this wonderful remedy." For sale by
H. A. Rotermund.
I A LT HOUSE
Mrs. McCann is visiting with her
sister in Eureka.
A. C. Spence, wife and baby are
residing at Dr. Spence's.
Mrs. Carroll has been called to see
her sick father, near Roscborg.
Mr. aud Mrs. Hearrlng and family,
relatives of Mrs. Pickens, are visiting
with her at present.
Mr. aud Mrs. Andrew Frakes, who
have betn stopping on the Trefethen
ranch, have d-tpartt-d for California.
Saturday the young folks enjoyed a
delightful time at Mr. E. Tyoers".
Dancing was the order of the even
ing. The music was furnished by
Revival meetings at the Althouse
church for two weeks past. Rev.
Clark conducting services. The at
tendance has been good cr nsiderng the
inclemency of the weather
Saturday evtning qui'e au enjoy
able time wjs had at Mathewson &
Johnson's creamery hall. Dancing
was indugled in aud quite a number
were preseut. Mus'c was furnished
by Mr. Christmau aud Bert Shippy.
Asthma Sufftrcn Should Know This.
Foley's Honey Mid Tar has cured
ninny cases of as'lima that were con
sideied hnpele's. Mrs. Adolph Bulg
ing, 701 West Third St., Davenport,
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold con
tracte 1 12 years bro was neglected
until it finally grew into asthma.
The b st medical skill available could
not give me more than temporary
reliet. Foley's Honey and Tar was
recommended and one o0 cent bottle
entirely cured me of asthma which
hull been growing ou me for 13 yers,
and if I had taken it at the start I
would have been taved years of suffer
i'lg. " For sale by H. A. Rotermund.
: w i l i) i: i v i L l k :
Still we are having fine showers
which are making grain boom.
J. 11. Robinson has a new gasoliue
engine for spraying and pumping.
Miss Muriel Spat.lding of Grants
Bats is visiting her anut, Mrs. Akets.
Kev. (leorge Hoxie of Williams
creek preached at Wililerville last Son
day. . Adda Robinson is home now as the
srhool is out that she was attending
in lirnnrs Pass.
O. F. Lovelace and E. Ericksou are
over r n Pucker creek putting in a
couple of bridges.
Hex. Clark, wife and baby returned
Monday from Althouse, after three
wcks of meeting at that ;lsee.
News is scarce this rainy weather.
As next Monday is election day erery
body vote fiir the tin-U that don't dub
i Me ith drinks of any kind. Men
with good, moral principles.
While Bruce aud lileu freed wi re
' wv.rkiug iu the timber, a limb strtu k
i O len on the shoul.ler and br- nst and
caused him to spit blond for a short
tini", but He is getting along all right
now. I'ucle Fuller.
A Happy Mother
ill sei tint here baby is properly
raved for to do this a ptiod purgative
is nec-s-arv. Mirny bibbs sutler from
worms rtiiil their mothers dou't know
it, ..if i-.mr li.ilir i. f.ir. rislt utt.l
iloesn't sle p at irglits, it is troubled
iith worms Whites ("'reatn Yeruii-
i .:, wi '1 i le n out
m in a
mil I pli i-ai.t w.iv
l 'in',' tri. .1 i 1- ;
il it a trlul i rii'n 't
For side by National Prug Co,
TO ClTC Ci n
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HOW IS THIS?
No 487 80 acres. Between 8 and 10 acres meadow with good
irrieating d tch and about 8 acres oi bench land seeded to gram; large
hTJ f house barn sheds for stock and all necessary outbuildings; two
box house, oaro, sneab iu. i,arness: ?1 head of stock: 1 brood
horses nacic an? watuu,
Sw and pies- poultry; all farming
sow ana pigs, puuii ,
rake Blow, harrow ana various umu
rdnc, p.uw u imher
most new aDoui ?,wv i- ,n . .
$2500.00 takes the entire outfit. Good for 30 days only.
No 494 "M0 acres Good three room House, smaii oarn, moke
house and all other out buildings. 30 acres fenced. 20 acres in culti
vation. Small orchard. Plenty of good timber. Living water.
$5.00 per acre.
Yours for bargains,
Hello 393 Office.
516 E, Street
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WALL PAPER and I
PAIN T SHUr
W.P.Sharman and E.F.LeMieux
SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J
FuU stock of Wall Paier -all designs
quality and prices.
Vuints, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes-
Mall orders promptly filled.
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Justice blanks at the Courier office.
W. B. SHERMAN
Ileal Estate and Timber
ROOMS 10 4. 12, MASONIC TEMPLE
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
FRANK HECK, Proprietor
Successor to Hayes & Heck
Special attention given to mining men and commercial
Sixth street, Grants Pass, Oregon
rnrmm . . . feed i
amd SALE STABLES
C. A. DICKIS0N, Proprietor.
11 Mroet be'ween Fifth and Sixth ...VI.. 4,
1 ll,st 1 Grants Pass, Oregon
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implements, consisting of mower,
mower and rali i
together with household eoods
Grants Pass, Ore.
Grants Pass Breeders Association
PERCH E RON STALLION
, Will stand at the following places
one day in each week:
Williams C O. Bigelow's.
I Applegate Near Rose Hall.
Murphy II. L. Reed's,
Service: Insurance, $20.00.
For furth,'r to add8.
! C. E. HARMON.
1 Grants Pass, Ore.
e r nwiT Cures Crip-
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GivAN I S r.s."
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