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: LAUREL GKOYE
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All natter (or Uua coin nan U anpplied
by tb Cirtnu Put Woman' thr-juan
Nature's Way Is Best.
The Vmrxlua ftmsrthonlnaT and tbsoa
buiMiriir p!tn M treauria; chronic, linger
ing arwi ofo-tinat ea-w of disease u f,ur-
iel by l. Pi'Tce. i lot owing ftT '
Katun plan of r-urirur health.
He u- natural p'rrwiiM. that 1
ntraru from native nmlicinal r'jot.
pre(ard by processes wrought out by ;
Ui eipnditiire of mora time and 1
sxmey. without the use of alcohol, and
y akillf ut combination In Jart the right I
Laed a trurrerllenu of Dr. Pierce' ;
Golden Medlcai Iieoverv. Black Cherry- :
kark. Jimq' root. Golden heal root, j
Blood root and Hume root, specially exert
their Influence lo ease ot lung, bronchial J
and throat trouble, and thL ro. i
r " u, therefore, a sovereign remedy j the Tinea.
jor DroDeniu.iaryngui.ebroo)e coogbs.
catarrh and kindred ailment.
The above native roou also bar the
strongest poMlbi endorsement from the
leading medical writer, of ail the several
Sr boots of practice, for the care not onlr
adliesUoTT "of liVeV or coo. a resident of Uorel OroT.. intewrtUg Inrtmctire.
Pleas) explain yoonelx. xce meaai contest given 67 the x
ill feanil Sell Real Estat.
A few day of aauhioe then tome
more rain at thU writing.
Mott everyone U suffering from
ooldi in oar Valley at tola writing. j
George Vining made a trip to
Grant Pass) last Saturday on basi-,
' Tie late rains are canting acme
A Christian Citizenahip meeting
waa held at the Woodman hall on
Wednesday ereniog. May 3a, nndex
the leadership of Mr. Lola Caldwell,
superintendent of that department in
the W.C . T. C. The meeting opened
carnage to oerriw oy nniuf uem -ith "AmerW hw the conwi
! The ministers of the town assisted
Hauling lumber from the mill here In the program, but the principal ad
to Grant Paaa will begin about the , dreea of the evening waa made by Mr.
15lh of Jane. Van Pelt, state attorney of the Anti-
Well, well. 8. C Kibbler haa be ; Saloon League. The meeting was both
obstinate constloation. kldnev and
Madder trouble and catarrh, no matter
Voa don't have to take Dr. Pierce's
Joe Boasell waa ae
men! Itat Saturday,
m in this settle
on Friday eveoing, Jane 1st, was a
far' hT. iA7. trLZEi kL'.?: but June 4tb wlU tell the tale for all. program was
writing of th mott eminent men In the 1 v.. -ni-rhaaed a nice bnnch nt'men'
medical profaaalon. A request by potul . U, P"oasea a nice Duncn
access. Every number on the
as foil of temperance
egg is of meat. We
the energetic earnest
lV N-J:r.S " H.t.tle,book I writer has traded bis span of male. of r 'Df
in eitracu irom eminent medical an
tbortlie endonins; the Ingredients of hi
medicines, will bring a little book free
that la worthy of yonr attention If
needing a good, aafe, reliable remedy of
kniAtm crimjuum fur th cure of almost
any old chronic, or lingering malady.
Dr. Pierce' Plea-ant Pellet cure con
stipation. One little Pellet "I a gentls
laiative, and two a mild cathartic
The most valuable book for both men
and women I Ir. Plerre't
Common Sense Medical Ad
Vitfr. A srilndifl iltfrvriftcrA
i volume, with engraving
1 .....- A 1
pap-r-rov(:r;d. lll be nent
tn anyone sending 21 rent
in one-rent tamts. to par
is a I thert of mailing oniy, to
SrS TJ r:-v- I'i'-rce. ItufTalo. N.
AmmJr V. Cloth-lxjund. 31 tamrp-
A man in Michigan, while intoxi
eated, fell to the foot of a flight of
stairs. The into ranee company ro
tated to pay. Then the widow soed
loon keepers who sold ber baa-
band the liqoor and was given a ver-
for a spao of horses.
Te scribe was down on Slate creek
last week and was surprised to see
i the favorable condition of he crops
; in that valley. Cue nay ana rat cat-
,je- 1 diet of ilOOO and costs.
I Miss Lottie Day returned to ber MRS. L. W. HOOD. Press Sept.
borne at Murphy after an absence of .
nine months teaching school in Central ;proKlb(on Tha.t Prohibit, and
foint. cne waa accompanied vj jam
Lizzie GiWn, a lady friend who is
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A box social will be giTen at Laurel
Grove next Saturday nigbt for the
benefit of the school. Everybody is
cordially incited to attend. Miss
Wood will close a three month term of
school nuit Friday and the children
regret it and in fact everyone elite, for
he ha proven a first-elm teacher.
Charles tluiie of Upper Williams
Valley paused through oar bnrg last
week en roote from Grants Pass where
be took a load of strawberries. He
remarked on the condition of oar
(Too late for last issue)
Miss Essa Hathaway is employed at
the Selma hotel
Wm. Messenger has his new barn
Miss Rnoda Hathaway is staring at
Mr. Wertx's on Shsn creek.
Miss Eva Stringer is working at
Selma for her sister, Mrs. D. H.
Miss Christina is home from the
Grants Pass echoed. She now rides a
C. C. English went to the Pas. Moo
day with a load of feed for the Grant
Everything lovely after the nice
rain, which did so much good to
Mr. S. L. McColm has moved back
to oar neighborhood People go away
bat are always glad to get back again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C English and Mr.
and Mrs P. B. Bunar were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Messenger last
; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wimer of
Mnrphy.were visiting bis aont, Mrs.
M. X. Daniel, at New Hope last
Jonh McCallister and family are all
at borne now, tbe mill having been
shut down until after the el-.ction
A writer in this paper said tome
time ago that he believed tbe first ap-1 Dext Monday,
KT Q Wvnant nnH sr.na liAVA intt
classes would approve! ',' . ... . ... . ,,.,
which they will Summer fallow for
1 early Fall sowing of grain.
Mr. and Mrs. Wvnant entertained
plication of the prohibition prinple
woo Id be made onner toe pressure
of some great military necessity. 1
That opinion was strangely confirmed ,
at San Francisco.
The moment Mayor Schmitz and their home last Sanday, Mr. and
General Fnnston took hold of affairs' Mrs. J. M.Rader. of Grants Pass, and
after the earthquake, a state of mar- i 'o F- Champlain and daughter, Ver
tial law existed in fact, thoozh not ne and their son-in-law and daughter,
in name. And one of tbe first acts of
the irn-gnlar bat wise administration
which at once took form was the ab
road. Well, our roads are improving golute prohibition of the liquor traffic.
mere papet prohibition.
J M. CHILES
The Pioneer Grocer
RELIABLE GOODS AT
THE FINEST EVER
Dried Fruits of All Kinds
Wholesale ami Retail
Feed and Flour Store
J. K. KK.1U.KV, Proprietor.
Kerle)'s Feed S'.ibles, South Sit!i Street.
ltet lliall.l of Klutir.
Ilav of nil kitnl.
Holleil iturlov, Wlirut uml Oitt.-i.
I'lt'HH iray t hIs (or Si'd.
gJ0 lUvlrtH-k priiiw.
The I'opular Barber Shop
Got vour totiMri;il work tlone .t
On Sixtll Street Throe ch.ir-
Itiitti K'Vii in rvinm rtitm
Sotitlimi Orison ('out met
lu iV Construction Co.
all the time. All we lack ia more
money to build road with. Some of
the candidate promise what they will
do for our roads bat will they do it?
They think they will perhaps and
mean alright, but with the county al
ready so heavily in debt there is tut
a very little chance. One candidate!
says he will macadamize our poblic
highway but that is impossible on ac
count of lack of currency. We haven't
money to work oar roads with plows
and scraper and do it properly, and
as to itraightening the roads through
the Valley, there is too much good
farming land that is more valuable
for farming th n for roads.
Elmer William i catting wood
for J. E. Swindea. llanling will be
commenced in general so Soon as the
weather will permit. Jo in bo.
feeling Impending Doom.
The feeling of impending doom in
the miuils of many victims of liright's
diseatte and diabetes his been changed
to thankfulness by the benefit derived
from taking Foley's Kidney Core.
It will cure incipient Bright s diseaxe
and diabetes aud even in the worst
cane givex comfort aud relief. Slight
disorders are cured in a few days. "I
had diabetes in its worst form,"
writes Mnrinn Leel of Duureath, Iud.
" I tried eight physicians without re
lief. Only three bottles of Foley's
Kidney lliir made m a well man."
For tale by li. A. liuteruiund.
Rates for Hike Convention.
Annual Convention Grand Lodge
llenevoleiit and Protective Order of
Elks, Denver, Colorado, July 17 IS,
111, VM Koond trip tickets will tie
011 sale July 10, II, 1.', Ill, U, lo, I'.hhI
at following rates: One way tlirojk'ti
Portlauil, and one way through Cali
fornia, from droits Pas, Med ford
aim .MHMM, sjiin. .hi. riitli ways
tliroutih Portland, from Grants 1'hhh.
ftaitf; from Medford, fUlH; from
A)ilniid, tti.vao. Gown limit July
li'th: leturn limit, Settoiuber :mtli,
I'jot'i. Stoimvi m will b vrnt'i ill
eitlier diiiK'timi witbin th lrsit
limit, exit t that no stoiovi r will be
allowed in Cilifrri'ia 011 cmni! t'ip.
A. U t'H Alii. O. I'. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Walter.
Kew Hope farmers will all be busy
having now as the rain has cea.-d.
As they all have clover and alfalfa and
it has been such bad weather for cur-
HOW IS THIS?
v-, JSr so acres. Between 8 and 10 acres meadow with good
I d tc- and about 8 acres ot bench land seeaea to grain;
tmgaung ditana a d M necessary outbuildings; Z
Sck waton two set ot harness; 21 head of stock; Vbfi
Sd Ses- poultry; all farming implements, consisting of m
Tw h'arVow and various other small tools; mower and rakei
rake:filW,f feet of lumber, together with household good!
lake, the entire outfit Good for 30 days only.
''40 aaes. liooa inree iuuiu uuux, sman uarn, niokt
and all other out buildings. 30 acres lencea. M acres m cnlfi.
. , ti ... irrvi t mnpr. I unwrr ...
riCUljr 6V"" . - "5 WaitT,
vation. smaii un-uaiu.
$5.00 per acre.
Yours for bargains,
The Roal Estate Man
Hello 393 Office. 611 Residence.
Kf E Street Grants Pass. Ore.
r i. n I) A k .
oranis rabs Diccucijirtbsociaiion
Get PADDOCK'S Prices ; ; ; ivV1
Office at the i h y ;- '"' V .---X j
BICYCLE DEN, East of Depot.
It was no
either, but something which, by I ing that kind of bay
virtue of bayonet, ax and rifle,
actually prohibited. Liquor stock
were run into the gutters and private
bottle as well as poblic supplies of
intoxicants were promptly coofiHcated
Althongh neither Funiton or Scbinitz
was a prohibitionist, in any sene,
on April 17, they faced uch a condi
tion on April 18 that they have made
a prohibition record which for visor
and thoroughness lias atisfied tbe
mot radical third party man.
And nobody ha dared to object
Tbe whole country approves. If, a
report say, Sao Francisco is to be
"dry" for the next six months, there
will be few to delpore that prospect,
except tboee who find their occupation
gone. We are face to face with a
national endorsement of the prohibi
tionist's contention, that the whisky
buttinewt ia a vicious and deadlv
menance to aociety.
Let us thank God and take courage.
Thit in not the leant of the blens
ing which have followed in the ware
of the moat destructive catastrophe in
American history. For once the
whole people ha had an object lesnon
in which all the assertion of tbe
"temperance crank" have been
Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bueg
ing, 701 West Third St., Davenport,
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold con
tractel 12 years ago was neglected
until it finally grew into asthma.
The b.st medical skill available could
not give me more than temporary
relief. Foley s Honey and lar was
recommended and one 50 cent bottle
entirely cured me of asrhma which
had been growing on me for 12 yenrs.
aud if I bad taken it at the start I
would have been saved years of suffer
ing. ' For sale by H. A. Rotermand.
: LELAxi) :
Frank Davis, an eld pioneer, has
poor health, he having lived the life
of three wore years aud ten.
A creamery is needed here; pleuty
of grass, plenty of cows a little more
enterprise, then anything that can be
raised in Or?gon can be raised in this
People are turning their attention
WALL PAPER and
W.F.Sharman and E.F.LeMieux
SOUTH SIXTH STREET, NEAR J
Full stock of Wall Paper all designa
quality and prices.
Paints, Varnishes. Oils, Brushes
nKi -ri rtii-tp i;nrl'e8.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Justice blanks at the Courier office.
Will stand at the following p aces
one day in each week:
Williams C. O. Bigelow's.
Applegate Near Rose Hall.
Murphy H. L. Reed's.
Service: Insurance, $20.00.
For further information address,
C. E. HARMON.
Grants Pass, Ore.
proved to tbe hilt, and the proof lia . to flue stock. There was a time that
been accepted at it fall value. If anything in the shape of a horse or a
the prohibition advocates let the i cow was all right, but now nothing
American jwople forget that they are ' but fine stock goe.
not the men we think they are! j We are l.avinir more cloud inice.
People want to cut hay, bnt hay
Ivstimales ami lml
Ditches, Dams, l'.ii.l,v
Olfice. Room 2 MI
GRANTS PASS, -
stationery at the
CORSET CO VER 39c
so too castoar.it
To it.lveMiwa "'.ir afainpeU Comet
l.-ii v :l . nd lo nry J-
(!r th', hnn.1a.-mo I'OKSKT
CO i. It, HAirp.nl in nxtru qual
ity Krvnrti ciwut-rto. with (
cotton to amtiroli-ar. all jQ,
Sa Wkshlarloa stt, rortlinl. Or.
For what doei it mean? It means ;
that a great calamity has shown what ;
the whiaky business is, not merely ,
after an earth-ianke and a fire, but all
the time The San Kranciaco cata
clysm did not make the saloon any
more dHtiiteroos. It ouly made the,
dsntter visible The work, that on- i
holy institution is doing every day. ;
wherever' it is permittd to operate,
is as fall of detractive possiliilities
as it would have been in San Francis
CO dtiriiiK the decolstiou. j
Under ordinary circumstances
ciety has organized to protect itself.
ag:iiuit the wilder lnwles-m of the
saloou, thougli even then we ancceed
onlv iti part. Hat mcie'y h i uti ro
let tiou acninst tlie cj;i it-t, sometimes
secret and always evil consequence
of the tiade in intoxicant. S-cittv is
used to them, and pars the price a a
nmtt"r cf course. Only when s line
sweeping riVater r-iuo s are we sliock
el into realizing that we are Uot
cimielled to eniare the stloou.
Tlieti we ahtil 'f np, ami uo man. be
be ih-aler or roliticiun or 'conserva
tive btisiii'f man." dare seL t- set
asid ' the puptiliir d i re .
Now li t ts insist that tli--u;!i tln-r-'
limy be no more quaking of the erth,
nii-1 no urletM.iiia of a bou-lr-sl tires
at once, the s.il-s-u itself is a calamity
and destruction euotigli to jtistity its
closing as a matter of high public
policy, not for sit months, b it tor-
ever! The K worth Herald.
T.i Cure a C old In One- Iay
Tako LAXATIVi; CP.OMO t,)nin
itie labl 'ts. lirtigists refund nipuey i
if it fails to cure. K. W. HKOVE'S i
siguature is ou each box. 2."c.
weather is scarce in this vicinitv.
Uardeos are being neglected a the
weather is sn that it is a roor time to
caltiva'e the ground.
Mr. Dnncan, of the old Hark a ess
ranch, has brought from California a
fine baud of brood marers. He has
the finest stallion also the finest and
largrst jack in Sonthern Oregon. We
hive been needing such enterprising
men as Duncan.
A Happy Mother
will see that here baby is properly
cared f-.r to do this a good .purgative
is nei-essary. Mauy babies sunYr from
worms and their mothers dou t know
it if your baby is fevtrish and
d.fsa't sleep at uights, it is troubled
witli worms. White Cream Vermi
fuge will r lei it oot these wcrnis iu a
mild pleasant way. Cince tried al
ways used, dive it a trial. Price 23
cents. For sale by National Prog Co.
rtoraa tlm oon4b auktl H4il lunge
W. B. SHERMAN
Ileal Estate and Timber
ROOMS 10 &. 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
C. A. DICKIS0N. Proprietor.
H Street between Fifth ami Sixth I'hoxf i
' a,JNi 1 Uranu rasa, Oregon
To Cure a : l: One Dav
Take Laxative Bromo QuiniikO Tablets, js a
Seven Millicm boies sol' r. 12 months, TulS SiffOatrrrp t. yYrOcL,
v a f ' i
ia Two Days.