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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, MARCH 15. 1907
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The only excuse for buying anything but
a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking
rowaer is to save a few cents in price.
CJ ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos-
p..ic u. umc powders, but it is worth far more than the difference
to keep vour biscuits. ralrc j r. r. -l.
' anu pasnjr ncc nuiii uic injurious
infects of these cheapening substitutes.
Continued use of Alum means permanent injury to health.
Avoid Alum Ailments Say plainly
Wl I V A I DA VIMr fJ
ACTUALLY CURES CATARRH
Deme.ray' FtvJth in Hyomei is
to Strong Ha Sella it Under
Demaray backs op his faith in
Hyomei as a cure for catarrh and
bronchial troubles with a positiTe
(aarantee that if it dues not core, the
money will be refunded.
Hyomei is baaed on natures way of
curing catarrh. It contains concen
trated healing oils and gams of the
pine woods, prepared in such form
that they can be brought into your
own home, with the same results as
though you liied out of doors in the
adirondacks, and in this way you
can be cured of catarrh, and affectiens
oftbenoee, throat, and lungs while
it home or at work.
The oomplete Hyomei outfit co.ts
bat , extra botltei, if needed, may
be obtained for 60o. With Hyomei.
ealarrh can be oured pleaaantly and
euily at small expense with no riBk
of the; treatment costing a penny un
lea it cures.
Found at Ust.
J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West
Vs., says: "At last after I have
bond the perfect pill that never
lisappoints me ; and for the benefi' of
others afflicted with torpid liver and
cbrooic constipation, will say: take
Dr. King's New Life Pills." Uanr
uteed satisfactory. 23o at ali drug
Mica Axle Grease
Best lubricant for axles in the
world long wearing and very ad
hesive. Makes a heavy load draw like a
li&ht one. Saves half the wear on
wagon and team, and increases the
earning capacity of your outfit.
Ask your dealer for ftica Axlt
Too late for last issue.
Good weaher for farmers.
The dance at the Vindicator was a
bowling success and some of the boys
howled all day Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Porter and Mr.
and Mrs. Wo. Light of Grave, made
Grants Pass a botinets trip Saturday
of this week.
Mrs. 0. R. Penny of Grave is on
the siok list ibis week.
Mrs. Geo. Farleigh, who has been
in Portland with her daughter Lotta,
who has been very ill with pneumo
nia, is expected home in a few days
and ber daughter will aaccompany
Carl Stewart made your city a visit
Calvin Busby of Placer has gone to
California on a business trip.
Mrs.Lydia Johnston's little grandson
Harold Lavis is making her a visit
although Harold is .only C years. of age
he comes all alone from his home in
Portland to see his graudma.
Mrs. Ben Rogers of this place is
visiting friends in San Fraucicso.
Miss Ada LightJ of Grave visited
Miss Nettie Rutherford of Lower
Grave Creek last week.
Wanted To kuow where-abouts of
If your chest pains and you are un
abln to sleep because ot a cough, buy a
bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup,
and you won't have any cougn. on
a bottle now and that cough will not
Inst long. A cure for all pulmonary
diseases. Mrs. J Jalveston, Tex.,
writer: "I can't say enough for
Ballard's Horehouud yrnp. Tho re
lief it has giveu me is all that is
necessarv for me to say. " 1 or sale by
National Drug Co. aud by Demaray.
School began last Monday in Dis
trict No. 79 with Mrs. Grout of
Grants Pass in charge.
Think we Deed some road work done
in this vicinity, as the roads are
almost impassable, it seems as though
our road supervisor has torgotteu all
about our road the last few years.
I see some of our correspondents are
kicking about the bad weather.
Anyone who kicks about our Oregon
Winters should spend a year or two in
the East or in Canada, then they could
appreciate Southern Oregon.
1 LAUREL GROVE
em', don't you? But beauty is more
than skin de,ep, for beauty is as
Oh say, "Monty" yon are away
behind the times now, wake up, oh
tbou sleeping Jake and give us some
items once more or we will know you
are goiug under.
Died On Sunday, March 8d, 1907
1 the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Lindsay, age 11 days. The remains
were laid to rest in the Missouri Fiat
It seems strange that a fellow can
not get a'paper out of bis mail box n
good shape; but no, instead, it most
be half torn up. Someone must be,
very careless or else lias a pick at
some certain oue.
K Our reporter had the pleasure of
visiting Charles Swinden not long
since, and while there Mr. Swinden
was talking about spraying and also
showed me some of his trees that were
almost dead a year ago with scale.
which he has killed now by sprayiug
and he says he sprayed before a rain,
and finds he got the beet results by
doing so and his trees proves the
theory. He claims it keeps the sul
phur and lime damp until it does the
work, better than if it was too dry.
For example, go and inspect his
is at work grubbing for Geo. D.
Walter at preset t.
Miss Btssie McColm has taken a
position as teacher iu oue of the Le
land school district-'. Miss McColm
is ai exoelleut teacher and is sure to
give eutin satisfaction wherever the
Sever il young folks from Applegate
and Provolt passed through our burg
Saturday aud Sunday ; also Mr. ad
Mrs. H. Rueh of Wtldcrville.
Well they may talk about thijr
pretty girls all they pleae, I ut thtrJ
are none to compare with the
charming young girls ot our t wn, for
wj hive two left and I think that
the reason that "Red Cloud" has so :
many, is because he is too slow to get 1
married. Ha I hu ! 1
BARTLETT PEARS-Several thous
and strictly first-class, one year old
Bartlett Pear Trees 4 to B Text high.
Also Walnuts and ornamental trees,
shrubs and ro-es. J. B. Pitting
ton, nursoryman, Portland, Ore.
For High Qiade
F. G. ROPER
Conri r Plk , up stairs
SUITS MADE TO OHDEB
Promptly and of the best material
and in the latest .style.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING
Too late for last Issue.
Frosty weather at present.
Geo. Walter and Mr. Wynant have
been spraying their orchard'-.
Johu McCallister of Provolt passed
through our burg Friday en route to
Grants Passu fr-Y-. ,
Ven.er Daniels of" the Southern;
Pacific bridge gaug is laid np with a
severe bruise on his foot. !
Mr. and Mrs Boss Hard have moved :
to Morphy. We regret to lose them I
bnt our loss is Murphy's gain. I
' We are having fine weahter at this ;
writing. Mr. Wynant was at the'
Pass Monday, also Mr. Peters. j
I wonder what is the matttr of,
"Monty"? I suppose he Is fixing his
fence and has not got time to write.
The New Hope grabbing company
have received their new grubber and
Hobertlne lves what every woman
meat desire a perfect complexion.
It brln that soft, smooth, fresh,
clear tint to the cheek that denote
jrouthfulneas. It will grins' beauty
to Uiom who lack It; It will retain
It for those who already poaieia It;
It will enable you to successfully
combat the ravarea of weather and
time. Don't doubt don't art ue. Just
try Robertlne. Tour drucflst will
sire you a free simple. All 0 in
flate keep Robertlne.
In Silver, China and
Grants Pass, Ore.
Hand-oolored post cards of local
views at the Musio Store, two for So.
25o per dozen.
E. A. WADE
Dry Goods, Underwear,
west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, OREGON,
J. E. PETERSON
FIRL. LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
REAL E8TATC AGENT
Still doing business at the old stand.
Cor. Sixth and D streets.
I ik ANTS PaiM,
Too late for last issue.
Walter Farra Is busy sowing grain
Grandma Williams is still poorly at
Mr. Ruby Root was visiting oor
reporter last Sunday.
Almost everyone in our vicinity has
the grippe aud bad colds.
J. L. Williams is out visiting
and looking for a cook at this writ
The way the wind is blowing it
looks as though we might get a nice
Ruby Root was in your city last
week, baying spray solution to spray
Grandma Knox is very poorly at
this writing, aUo the family of JetT
Miss Annie Haheruian is sick at
this writing but her many friends
wish ber speedy recoverv-
H. T. Day killed four nice fat
hogs cue diiy of this week and took
some of them to your city.
The dance at Mr. nabermau's was
well attended last Friday night,
having sold about 40 numbers.
Oscar Vi illiatns is plowing at the
home of our reporter this week. He
having rented some of the land.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bunch ure going
to Oakland, Cal., in the near future,
J I nvit o r ntefl tl cir farm at Murphy.
March. , , Hmt fellow you spoke of 1mm
Martin Jeter of this pUce visited j kliari.j (Jrove WilK pHt Mnr,,hy8
vour city last week. ! oldest sou's 4-M ccu.-in aud a smart
and Mr. CvlUugs 01 1
1 .. I
A lew urt ok j
w 1 3i k it :
Too late for last issue.
We are having id.al weather for
!Oc SHEET MUSIO
Bybee Springs last week
Golden Gate Japan
Golden Gate English Breakfast
Golden Gate Ceylon
Golden Gate Oolong
Golden Gate Fancy IJ end
Golden Gate Gunpowu-.r
Golden Gate Black and Green
Wm. Hill passed through our bnsy
streets Tin sday of this week with a
iiirt four horse team and a load of
Mis Cora Lettkeu returned from
Asliiand !!-t Saturdiiy where she had
he' n attending 6chool the past two
We cu'lerstaud the sawmill at Mur-
phv is poinir 'o run this Summer. (
Hope so anyway as they will mplny
a lfiij.-" ri ' r.f men.
AH;- I'yile rid f-n p-iid your
city a vi-it la-t Fridav. also Walter
l'litra, H. T. TJay, nur reirter and
Mr. and Charier wiuden.
Mr. I r.i-km- ff Murjhy lias rented ;
;t.e l.itidKiy !!;( e on ' )n ur Cr.-ek, and
tlir. i ; i f-i'.ia have nil veil lark to,
t'vi,, n- they were a liable to ron the ',
f..r:i. il.." '-ore. i
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