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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. JULY 24, 1908.
Dr. Findley is ttitl io En rope bat
will be in his office in September.
ge I.OUGHRIDGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Bee. Thone 714
Oitsy or country calls attended night
or day tiisim and H, Tuff's building.
OIKce Phone 261.
Craktw Pass - . Ohf.qon.
)R. C. A. CAMPBELL
Graduate American Hchmil of Osteopathy,
Chronic Disrates and Disease of Women
anil Children a speciulty
Kooms 1. 2, 8, First National Hank Jildg.
Phones: OHice.771, lies. 7I
Grants 1'ahs - - Obeuus
F. DeVore, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
City aod Ooantrp calls prouiytly an
swered. Office boors 9 to 13 a. re.
and 2 to 6 p. m.
Res. Pbone, Main 473, Office, 911
Rooms 1, 2, 8 Shallliorn Bid.
Grants Pass, - - OkE.
JJ, D. NORTON,
Practice in all Statu and Federal Courts.
Office In Opera Houae Hullding.
Grants Pass, - Okkuon
QLIVER S. BROWN,
Office over Dixous Store
Grants Pass, - Oregon
II. B. HENDRICKS
00U N SELLOHS-AT'LA w
'Civil and criminal mailers attended to
in all the courts.
Real estate and Insurance.
Office, 6th street, opposite Postoffioe.
ILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. 8. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
Oth St., north ol Josephine Hotel.
bants Pass, - Ohhuon.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Hath Room In connection
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
WILL HI M AUK Til Id SKAKON ll Til K
(LINKS IN DltKtiUM
From (J rants Pass, Ore.
Both Ways. One Way
TO through via
Chicago $S1.1S $S7.50
St. Louis 7(.15 82.00
St. Paul S.)5 81.75
Omaha GS.95 7n.(H)
Kansas City (iS.!)S 75.00
TICKKTS WIU. UK ON SAUK
August 6, 7, 21. 22
Hood for return in lK) days with stopover
priYuege at pleasure within limit..
Remember the Dates.
Fur any further information call on
lt..k. HOJiTUOHEUY, Local Aent
or writ to
General I'aawngvr Agent,
I JOSEPHINE COUNTY
Organization having proved inch
an advantage to tlie reisdenta of tbe
towns and cities, where every trade
and every vocation has its aaaoolatioo
or onion, the farmerrs are now
awakening to the value of organized
effort to better their condition and
to aid in the bringing a boot improved
methods of farm work aod the in
creasing of the productive capacity
of their farms This progressiveness
of the farmer is giving a splendid
I growth to the Grange and this strictly
j farmers oraula.f inn no has overa
million members in the United States
and abont HOOO io Oregon.
I In Josephine couny there are now
I five Granges and there is every cer
tainty that four and possibly six more
will be orgatilsspd'in the near future.
Following the successful celebration
that was held under the atmpicc s of
the five JoHophiue county Grange." on
the Fourth of July at Wilderville,
Mr. J. J. JohuHon, lecturer of the
Oregon State Grunge, and who was
one of the speakers at the eelberation,
has been making a tour of Josephine
aod Jackson counties making official
visits to the Oranges in these counties
and in working up an interest for the
organ izatioo of new Grantee. For
the 10 days prior to Wednesday when
he left for his home iu Portland Mr.
Johnson led a strenuous life, for each
day of laHt week he met a Grange and
on Monday and Tuotd.iy of this week.
His itiueary for lat week emhraced a
meeting Mouday with Doer Creek
Grange, Toffday with Illinois Vilify
Grange, Wednesday with Wilderville
Grange, Thursday with Fruitdale
Grauae. Friday with Dimick Grange,
and Saturday with Cootral Point
Why the Republican Parly Should I
k. s.irneaaful This Fo.ll
The thinking and sane citizen who
takes pride iu the welfare and ad
vancement of his country, who is in
tensely iutereHted in its social finan
cial and political achievements irre
spective of polltioal affiliations needs
no argument to convince him as to
bis political duties ; ai an American
citizen he rises equal to his responsi
bility. During this fall's campaign, theories
will be advanced and hotly argued to
convince the voter how he should cast
his ballot in our uational election.
To the average citizen, past politi
cal facts, past political records must,
and should outweigh and govern him
in the exercise of his ballot.
The people cannot forget the me
chanic and woringman; will not
forget Coxy armies. The stockman
will not forget the price of cattle,
sheep aod wool. The farmer will not
forget the price of his produots, all
sufferers from unwise democratic
policies, unwise democratic legisla
tion, under unwise democratic ad
ministrations. With the exception of two intervals
of four years each, for nearly fifty
years, tho republican pany him been
iu power and shaped aud guided the
destinies of our country "aud today, It
stands among the forcuioHt'uations of
The magnificent achievements of
the republican party, accomplished
by the wisdom of its leaders in the
legislative, administrative and execu
tive branches of our government have
established a faith, a confidenece in
the nation, that stimulates our country
on to progress.
People look to the republican party
and republican principala with a feel
ing'of sufety aud confidence iu the
party's wisdom. The busiuusa inter
ests of our nation feel that the sia-
j bility of the financial tiolioy of our
party is souud, and look apon it as a
' guarantee of ooutiuued prosperity.
With this feeling of couftclenoe en-tilihi-ueil,
capital leaches out and
seeks investment, manufacturers s ek
buHiueita, luciolianU and tradesmen ar
active iu the commercial idustri s.
'the stimulating effect of confidence
readies one and all, extending into
I all walks and avnues of our uatiou's
' life, every strata of social coinlitiniin,
every artery of trade and commerce
feels the healthful, strong aud
quickening influeuoes of prosperity.
This estal)lihed republican confidence
must and should be coutiued by the
voters of our country. It cau only lie
continued by 'he election and eon
' tiuuing la power of tbe republican
' party, who has for its staudard bearer
I Wu.. H. Taft.
i Unrast is caused by uncertainty
disturbing'busineas conditions. In con-
' sequence financial interest!- become
1 timid doubt bat hold of 'he minds of
, the people.
The mere possibility of the election
of ft deuioerato preaidvut supported by
' a democratic congress, creates dis
trust. Capital becomes timid and
seek a place of safety, indnstrial life
grows staguaut, labor ft drug on the
KM. H. PARH4M
I. P. U. He. f, to nil
kalntUn fr this rt-
Orange in Jackson county. Monday
be went on to Talent and met wito
tbe Grange in that settlement. Each
of tbe meetings were well attended .
and a very active interest was i knew it, I was almost free from the
shown by tbe members. Monday Mr 1 trouble. Occasionally have a slight
Johnson attended a meeting of Talent pain in my back, but ft few doses of
Grange and Tuesdaay returned to Doan Kidney Pills never fail to re
Grauts Pass to assist Mrs. H. M. j ljeye me, I have told others how much
Patham, county organizer, in forming good I have receive from Doan's Kid
a grange in Alpiodale, two miles j Ley Pills and would not be without
north of this city. As the result of ; tliein in the house." For sale by all
a canvass by Mrs. Parham, 23 resi-' dealers. Price 00 cent. Foster-Mil-donte
of that progressive disrict met burn Co., Buffalo, New York, Sole
Tuesday evening of last week, in a agents for the United States. Rem
building on H. S. Diffenderfer's farm ; ember the name Doans' and take
and perfected the preliminary organ!
zatiou of a Grange. Prior to sign
ing up of the membership roll by
those present Mr. Johnson gave a
comprehensive statement of the pur
poses of tho Grange and what it had
accomplished in the various lines of
its endeavor. It was decided to hold
an adjourned meeting at the same i
place on next Toefday evniug when
a perroiuiest organization wm ue
effected and officers elected. It is
certain that the required 30 members
will be secured' and that within a
month the list will be increased to
40 or more and that this will be one
of the best working Granges in
Josephine county. At the meeting
of Wildorville Grange on Saturday
evening of last week, the question of
building a hall was considered bnt no
definite action was taken. This
Grange meets in the Methodist chorch
at Wilderville. It is possible that
when ft hall is built that a tract of
land will he secured for a park in
which to bold picnics and other publio
market, mines close,
idle, the farmer seeks
in vain for a
market for his products; there Is no
market, the working man seeks for
work ; there is no work. Hard times
are here, the nation and people are
Bryanlsm, supported by a demo
cratic congress wpald stop the pro
gressive advacement of our nation,
his election would be fatal to the pro
gressive advancement of our nation,
his election wonld be fatal to the ar
tisan aud the mechanic, the laborer
and the farmer, disastrous to the pro
fessional and business man, from its
far reaching and ruinous effects the
wealthy only, would be immnne.
Past political records and estab
lished polltioal history, show no
other consequences oould follow such
a disaster at democratio success this
uur national development: aud our
present progress can ouly be continued
uninterruptedly by confidence iu our
national administration. The sue
cest of the repnblican party next No
vemher means estahliahed aud re
newed contiden.cn, means suoceos and
forther dvevelopmeut and higher
achievements as a nation.
For these reasons, tbe majority of
the thinking voters, actuated by a de
sire to promote the welfare of the
country, will cast their ballots for the
republicau candidate for president,
realizing foil well the importance
of their responsibility.
0. M. HOLMES,
Chairman KepuMlcuti Citv Central
' BislM'e, Arizona, Box BHD.
Schilling's Best is a business-like
name; you know
what it means; and it
means what you want
You f roc.t rtturnt your n w If yoa leal
II. w Mr
Are You Sure Your
Kidneys are '
'Man)- rheumatic attacks are due to
uric'aoid'in the blood. But the duty
of the kidneys is to remove all uric
acid fiom the blood. Its preseoce
there shows the kidneys are inactive.
Don't dally with "nrio acid sol
vents." Yon might go on till dooms
day with thrm, but uutil yon cure
the kidneys you will uever get well.
Doau's KidntyPil!t, not only re
move urio acid, but core the kidneys
aadtheu all danger from urio acid it
ended. Here it Ursula Pass teetimouy
to prove it :
Mr. A. Lempe, F Street, Grants
Pass, Ore., sayt: "For some time I
suffered severely from rbeumatio paint
and at timet was so stiff aod lame that
I could scarely get around. At night
my rest was greatly broken on ao
couni of these paint and 'at a conte-
qaenoe, I wonld arise in the morning
faeliog so stiff and lame that it was a
hard thing for me to perform my
household dutiee. I tried many
remedies and liniments without re
ceiving tbe slightest relief. Hearing
abont Doan'a Kidney Pills being
highly recommended for such troubles,
I started taking them, procuring ft
box at Clemens' drug store. I was
helped from tbe beginning ana Deiore
A. Bridgeman, who has had charge
of the Rucsel confectionery store, left
Thursday for Mexico, where he will
be engaged at the Sierra Mohada lead
and silver mines. This mine is owued
by the Blue Ledge people, by whom
Mr. Bridgeman was employed as
cniet bo0BEeeper while the Bine Ledge
wa8 ln operation.
Elmer Shank the real estate man,
recovered judgment last Monday for
$70 in Justice Holman'a court asgaint
Frank Moweschat, the same being
his commission for having sold a farm
for the latter by Mr. Shank. Ibe case
was tried by a jury who were not out
over 10 minntes before bringing in a
verdict for the plaintiff.
A Woman's Back
Has many aches and pains caused by
weaknesses and falling, or other displace
ment, of tho pelvic organs. Other symp
toms of female weakness are frequent
headache, dizziness, Imaginary specks or
dark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw
ing sensation in stomach, dragging or
bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvic
region, disagreeable drains from pelvic
organs, faint spoils with general weakness.
If any considerable number of the above
symptoms are present there it no remedy
that wtVU've quicker relief or a more per
matent than Dr. Pierce's Favorite
PrrfiNjt has a record of over forty
years of eura If la the most potent
lnvlgoratlngtonJc au,.l ftrcnirtnenitm utl-
vine known to medical science. Itls made
it is i
ofi the glyceric extracts of native medici
nal roots found In our forests and con-
tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or
habit-forming drugs. Its Ingredients are j
all printed on the bottle-wrapper and at-
tested under oath as correct.
Every Ingredient entering Into "Fa-
vorlte Prescription" has the written en- !
dorsement of the most eminent medical
writers of air the several schools of prao- j
tlce more valuable than any amount of j
non-professional testimonials though the
latter are not lacking, having been con- j
trlbuted voluntarily by grateful patients
In numbers to exceed the endorsements
given to any other medicine extant for
the cure of woman's ills.
You cannot afford to accept any medicine
of unknown composition as a substitute
for this well proven remedy of known
composition, even though the dealer may
make a little more protit thereby. I' our
interest In regaining health is paramount
to any sclf.sh Interest of hi and It is an
Insult to your Intelligence for him to try
to palm off upon you a substitute. You
know what you want and It is his bust
ness to supply the article called for.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are tbe
original "Little Liver Pills" first put up
by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago,
much Imitnu-d but never equaled. Little
sugar-couted granules easy to take at
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
acts promptly yet gently on the
bowels, through which the cold is
forced out of the system, aud at the
came time' it allays inflammation.
Sold by Model Drug Stor. 4-3 18t
Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured.
"An honored citiwn of this town was suf
fering from a severe a'aack of dysentery, lie
told a friend if he could obtain ft bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, he felt confident of being cured, he
having used this remedy in the West. He
was told tlint I kept it in stock and lost no
time in obtaining it, and was promptly
cured," says M. J. Leach, druggist, of Wol
eott, Vt For sale by M. Clemens.
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Tht Ideal School for
A thorough education in all standard
branches assured, including literature,
languages, mathematics, science, his
tory, music, needlework, etc., also
careful attention to matters of deport
ment and those accomplishments which
mark the cultured, refined woman.
All courses are thoroughly modern in
subjectand system. No distinction or
interference in matters of religion.
Writ4 Jm SklttTODA T
I isSS 1
I l.-wr-i Hit ii'iill,, I I
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St. Mary's Academy J
wish to call your attention to the far
that we have recently installed a McCa.
key account register in our market, witij
this system there will be no dansrer rJ
mistakes in your
always have an itemized
Call and see this register
rully explained, also see
the meat line, through
counter, rhone 4oo.
TEMPLE, MEAT MARRE'
Is the Man with a good Bank account. By
systematically depositing his earnings each week, he has
Something for a rainy day
and is prepared for any emergency that may arise.
Are you one of the fortunates? .We invite you to open
an account with us. Be it small or great, you will
always receive courteous treatment
Interest on time deposits
If you have some surplus cash why not have it
earning you some interest? We pay interest on time
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
in which you can store your valuable papers and
treasures. You may have need for just such an accom
modation. ' Let us serve you,
G. P. Banking & Trust Co.
Oregon's Matchless Beach Resort
The Place to Co for Perfect Rest and Every Conceiv
able Form of Healthful and Delightful Recreation
mis x. aunties xie vuiiipicic cest oi 100a ana an abunt
ance of it. Fresh water from springs. All modern necessities!
such as telegraph, telephone, markets freshly provided every day
Fuel in abundance. Cottages partly furnished or unfurnished tl
be had cheaply. Strict municipal sanitary regulations.
Newport is reached by way
orJCorvallis, thence Corvallis &
and the trip a pleasure throughout.
RATE FROM GRANTS PASS, ORE;
Season six-months ticket $10.00
Our elaborate new Summer Book gives a concise description
of Newport , including a list of hotels, tbeir capacity and
rates. Call on, telephone or write
R.. K. MONTGOMERY, Local Agent, Grants Pass,
General Passenger Agent, Portlaud, Oregon.
BOOKS and DRUGS
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
"Efficiency" as applied to an automobile, means that
ability in a car which enables it to go and come when
and where you want it. It means speed, economy, en
durance, hill climbing, and roadability those things
the "Tourist" won in a string of forty-two brilliant
victories out of forty-five entries. Buy the car that hai
proved its worth by winning all manner of tests in
competition with all
types of cars. These
contests prove con
clusively the sunerinr.
the " Pacific Coast Car" over all others.
They prove positively that no car other than one
built here with the sole idea of meeting Coast road and I
climatic conditions could have made the wonderful
" Tourist" record.
There are several models of Tourist Cars to meet the
various models of pocketbooks. There are several
styles of 2-cyIinder and 4-cylinder cars from which to
choose. Better buy a Tourist than wish vou had.
R. S. WILSON, Agent An Vdiicje Company
Grexnta Pe.se, Ore.
account, and vou wif
list of your purchase
and have the systerj
just what you want
our glass refrigerat
of the Southern Pacific to Albani)' :
Eastern R. R. Train service daiW
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