Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, April 17, 1908, Image 2

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    ROGUE RIVER COURIER. GRANTS PASS, OREGON APRIL 17, 1908.
The Modesty of Women
Naturally make thorn shrink from tbs
Indelicate questions, the obnoxious ex
amlnatioiw, and unpleasant local treat
merits, which lomo phyalclans consider
esentlal In the treatment of diseases of
women. Yet, If help can be had. It U
bettor to aubmit to this ordeal than let
the disease grow and spread. The trouble
Ix that so often the woman undergoes all
the annoyance and shame for nothing.
TbonsqndaNj women who have been
cured lx Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion write. In Weclatlon of the cure
which diapWIi'aSmh the examinations
and local trtmeniOTheri s 1)0 Other
E
MISSOJJ K I FLAT J 1 1 W. C. T. U. NOTES
women is "Kiivnio Hrejcriiitwri, It
cure dubiliUUnif drain. irregularity and
female weakness. It always helps. It
almost always euros. It Is strictly non
alcoholic, non secret, all Its Ingredients
being printed mi Its botllo-wrapper; con
tains no deleterious or " hablt-formlng
droits, and every native medicinal root
entering Into ita composition tim the full
endorsement of those, most eminent In the
several schools of medical practice. Some
of these numerous and strongest of pro
fessional endorsement' "f !M Ingredients,
will le found in a pr.njiililet wrapped
around the bottle. i:!o In a booklet mailed j
free on request, by Ir. R. V. Pierce, of
Iluffalo, N. Y. TIicmi professional en
dorsements uliould livo (ur more weight
than any amount of the ordinary lay, or
non-prousitioiiiil testimonials.
The most Intelligent women now-a-dayg
itntlut on knowing what they take as med
icine lnt ; I o! opening their mouths like
a lot of nuur birds and gulping down
whatever la olFepwl tliem. "Favorite Pre
scription " IS of KNOWN COMPOSITION. It
makes weak women strong and sick
Women well.
Dr. Pierce a Medical Adviser Is nmtfree
on receipt of ktamps to par expense of
mailing only, hend to Dr. II. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., "I one-cent stamps for paper-covered,
or .'U sumps for cloth-hound.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge
by letter. All auch communications are
he'd sacredly rnnlldentlal.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet InvignraU
and regulate sumach, liver and bowels.
Merlin.
Mrs. W. A. Maasie, one of the
oldest and most respected residents of
Merlin, was tendered a reoeption at
her home Monday afternoon. Mr.
Manila is recovering frnm long,
dangerous illness aud the 'event was
to Jointly 'celebrate her restortion to
health aqd her 4Uh birthday. Some
S3 or 80 friends called during the
afternoon and were received br Mrs.
Mamie's daughters, Mrs. Cert Curtis
ami Mrs. Walter . Ayer. Delicious
punch was served by Miss Graoe
Short, Miss Winnie Smith Fin lay and
M Ism Helen Worrell of Medford. The
Misses Short and Worrel also reudored
'feral vooal selections.
0. Colby, one of the old residents
of Grants Pass, has sold his 10-acre
lra;t on upper Sixth street for which
I rewired 14000, and expects to move
to Idaho.
Crowded out last week.
Wood Jeter has jost completed bis
contract with the N. S. A. R. Ditch
Oo. -
J. W. York and son made a busi
ness visit to Grants Pass one day last
week.
Bartie Davidson will soon be with
ns again as he has Just employed Mr.
Ike Vincent of tbis place to move bis
house hold goods from foots Creek
where he lias melded daring the lst
winter.
K. J. Knbli, one of oar merchants
visited the Pass, on buslneess last
week.
Willie Farris is now employed by
C. M. Rexford of upper Mis-ouri Flat.
W. B. York, Tom Vermillion and
W. Jeter, all enterprising men of this
place were visitors of the Pass one
day iat week.
John Mees and Willie Farris. two
prominent young men of this plaoe,
left for Woodville to work in the saw
mill this summer for C. V. Ileukje.
Oar school is progrssing very nicely
with M. & Reel for teacher.
Heury Knotzen, farmer of upper
Missouri Flat rlsietd the Pass on
business last week.
Heury Wooldrldge and Mr. McGrew
of GraiiU Pas were oat transacting
busings on the Flat Sunday.
Mrs. H. L. Reed held services at
the Missouri Flat school bouse Sun
day aud also will hold servics again
April the 19th.
Geo. W. Meek will soon be through
with his oootractiug for the North
Sido River Ditch ooiupany.
John Meek attended the dauca held
at Murphy Saturday night and said
it wssall right.
O. M. Ilex ford made Grant Pass
a business visit Saturday and re
turned Sanday.
We understand that there will be
a dance at Kubli hall April 10th.
S. A. Berry and wife made Grants
Pass a visit Tuesday of last week.
Our R. F. D. man is riding bi
cycle. I wonder if he thinks that he
can bring a rain storm every time he
rides wheel?
W. S. Bailey, one of Missouri Flat's
prominent merchants, made Grants
Pass a business visit one day last
week.
ULAO.
The W. O. T. U. meeting held last
Friday at Mrs. Weidman's was oue of
the busiest sessions in the history of
tbe anion. Aggressive work was
planned and tbe women are at work.
The next meeting will be at tbe home
of Mrs. Nellie Spaulding on Ntrrh
Fourth street.
A medal contest will be given at
Murphy In the near future. Mrs.
TJoruh spoke at Murphy April 9th to
a fall boose. Her let-tore was full
of convincing arguments for the cause
of temperance.
The No Licen'e giin in Mag'sc'iusetts
spring flection is 35.000 votes and
practically all the towns within 13
miles of V ore-enter are dry. Mn are
tired of the liquor tralifc and are vot
ing it oat in other plnres. Oregon
men will do the same and wj trust
the in u of our county to make Jose
phine one of the white places on the
map of the future. Many who want
prohibition and are going to vote
for it are drinkers who want the curse
put so far awy that they may never
see it or smell it again.
A LESSON IN CONTRAST.
Two years ago, when Atlanta was
full of saloons and dives, negro crimi
nals thronged the jails and their
whiskey produced crimes caused the
most horrible race riot of this decade.
For the first time in 40 years there is
not a negro in prison in the city of
Atlanta. There are over 60 saloous
in Wilmington. Io the county jail
there are over 200 prisoners await
ing trial for all sorts of crimes
The contrast between the empty At
lanta Jail, where state prohibition
prevails aod the crowded Wilmington
jail, wbero three score saloons are
wide open is argument enough for
prohibition.
"Missouri claims the honor of hav
ing more judges of pronounced tem
perance principles than any other
stats. Both judge and jury are go
ing for prohibition nowadays in old
Missouri."
PRESS COR.
Mali TKlsj Up at Your Home.
What will appear very interesting
to many people here is the article
taken from a New York daily paper,
giving a simple prescription, as for
mulated by a Jnoted authority, who
claims th t he ha found a positive
remedy to cure almost any case of
backache or kidney or bladder de
rangement, in the following simple
p:escrptiion, If taken before the stage
of Bright's disease: Fluid Extract
Dandelion, one-hair ounce,' L-ompouna
Kargoo, one ounce; Compound
Svrup Saraparilla, three ounces.
Shake well in a bottle and take in
teaspoonful doses after each meal aud
again at bedtime. A well-known
druggist here at home, when asked
regarding this prescription, stated
that the ingredients are all harmless,
and can be obtained at small cost
from any good prescription pharmacy,
or the mixture would to put up if
aeked to do sc. He further , stated
that while this prescription is often
pretcrbed in rheumatic afflictions
with splendid results, he could see
no reason why it wouldnet be a
splendid remedy for kidutfl and uri
nary troubles and backache, as it has
a peculiar action upon the kidneys
structure, cleansing these most im
portant organs aud helping them to
sift and filter from the blood the foul
aci Is and waste matter which cause
sickness and suffering. Those of our
readers who S'iffer can make no mis
take In giving it a trla 1. 4-10 H
COFFEE
Schilling's Best is a business-like
name; you know
what it means; and it
means what you want.
Ton trocar rahirat roar n t U yos scat
Dm It. ir turn.
ANO-0O1R
Your Investments
In the cheapest, safest, most desirable fruit soils in
Jackson County, at Woodville, on Evans Creek, the
"EMERALD VALLEY."
, (f a solid tract. aPPle p6"' P"01 and chen-y
L-9 !9 jand 60 per acre,
135 acres in town $75 per acre.
40 acres. 1 vineyard location aud soil
15 per acre.
Rogue River frontage $20 per acrer
SEE ME RIGHT NOW
Ben A. Lowell
WOODVILLE, ORE.
At the conclusidn of the speech by
United States Senator Fulton at Salem
Saturday night, in which the senator
denounced, former Representative
Smith for the latter' charge that
Fulton had sought lo Influence
Smith's conduct in behalf of John H.
Mitchell daring the so-called' 'hold
up" legislatre in 1897, the senator
was served with ' papers in 15000
slander suit instituted by Smith.
Considerable attention was recently
paid by an eastern weekly paper to
the affidavit alleged to have ben
made bv Smith in which the charge
was made referred to above.
Saturday night Fulton, daring hi
speech, declared false the portion of
the affidavit which challege that he
(Fulton)" had anything to do with
the transaction. Fulton's denials
made the basis of Smith's sut, Smith
alleging that Fulton has accused him
High Grade
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REELS, LINES, FLIES
AND TACKLE OF ALL
KINDS, GUNS, RIFLES
PISTOLS, AMMUNI
TION AND HUNTERS'
OUTFITS, CUTLERY
AND COMPASSES : :
Everything For
the Hunter and
Fisherman
Joe Wharton
'Sixth Street
of perjury and thus injured Smith's
reputation. When asked Saturday
night to matte a statement concerning
the suit Fulton laughingly replied,
"It is nonsense, sheerest nonsense "
Quartz Blanks i
at the Courier office-1
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For one Week - Begins Mon day, April 20
Special bargains in Ladies' Misses' and Coildren's Hose, regular 15c hoes for 10c
uo nose at, 10c, me oest aoc nose in tne market for 20c.
These are goods just received from the factory and we want you to see them,
they will not be sold for this low price after
Week Ending' April 25
Ladies sximmer vests, regular 15o goods, now 10c
Ladies summer vests, regular 20c goods, now 15c
A Big reduction in Ladies' Undermuslin
Heatherbloom skirts the best in market from $2.50 to $6.50, sale price $1.50 to $4.50
Mens best work Shirts at 45c. Men's Underwear, 50c values now 45c
All Ladies and Gents' shoes left over from the E. C. Dixon stock, at this sale will
oe soia at 60c on the dollar
Kennedv's Laxative Cough Syrup
aoti proiupily yet gently on the
bowels, through which the cold is
forced out of the (system, and at the
same time It allays inflammation.
Sold bv Model Drug Store. 4-8 18t