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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JUNE 12, 1908.
(Continued from First Page.)
Bad Attack of Dysentery Cared.
"An honored citizen of thia town nu auf.
faring from a aevere a Hack of dyaeutery. He ;
told a friend if he could obtain a bottle of ;
Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ;
Kemedy, lie felt conudent or being cured, na . . . . . ...
having uaed thi. remedy in the WeaL He was a successful buslenas man of this
was told that I kept it in atock and loft no olty first In the grocery trade end
time in obtaining it, end u promptly then iu the fornituie holiness, bat
cured," ssya M. J. Leach, druggiat, of WW
eott, Vt For aale by M. Clsmena.
now raining fruit on a fine farm that
he boohgt last year below town, sk
: on the market pliaae of the froitjin
I1 A IHW dustry in Rogue River valley. He
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ID1IV convinced inat uoiiar hj uuuni
in investment thst there ia more fro
nas gone iot
Dr. M. O. Flndley
-i . i i .. i i. i . i
miVtir WUIUII UU nill I'V IU IliO VII ii.V ma
usual. The doctor has kept hie rec
ord! carefully and broken gleam a can
be promptly replaced by winding them
to hie office. Hie practice it left in
Dr. Louvrhidge'i care. Dr. Loutih
ridge teata eyea and fits glaKgf-s, and
ba had several year experience.
g LOUGIIKIDGE, M. D,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UUUEON
Kos. l'hone 714
rSitay or country cans attended night
ordnf cImUi and II, Tuff's building.
Oltiee Phone 261.
Grandh Pass . Obeoon.
)R. C A. CAMPBELL
OKTKOI'ATHIC I'll YHICIAN
Graduate American H hcxil of Oxteopalhy,
C'hronio PlHeaiea and DiMeaaea of Women
and Children a ecmlty
Kuonia 1. 2, 8, Flmt National Hank llldg.
l'honea: Olllce.771, Ilea. 7f
Ubants I'awi - Okkjom
JJR. ALMEDA M. MARTIN,
8peolaliy.es on Diseases of Women and
Room 800, Conk tin Bldg.
Hoars 9 to S. Other hours by appoint
, D. NORTON,
Practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Onioe ia Opera House Building.
' Grants Pahs, . Oh book
OLIVER S. BROWN,
Office over Dixons Store
II. B. HENDRICKS
Civil and criminal matters attended to
In all the onuru.
Real satate and Insurance.
Office, Otli street, opposite Poatoffloe,
William p wright,
U. H. DEPUTY SURVEYOR
Uth St., north of Josephine Hotel.
Ubahts Pass, - . OaituoN.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your totisodal work done at
On Sixth Stieet Three chairs
lialh Kooin in connection
N. 12. McGKUW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and l'lauo
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
E. A. WADE
Dry (Joods, Underwear,
west of Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS. OREGON.
fit in aa orchard or vineyard in a
than in a inercantil
establishment. Bat to make au or
chard profitable tho right kinds most
be planted and the riiiht care given
them and then the fruit moat be
righlty picked aud packed. It is Hi
fruit that is hooextly graded and
backed attractively that brings th
H. C. Batehaui, formerly one of
the leading orchardiata of Hood River
hut now located In Fruitdale district
took co-operation ano the need of
strong Fruit Growers Association aa
bia tbemo. In California where there
are no fruit growers organizations
force the hoyer to bid op the growers
are making bat little profit on their or
cliardi. while at Hood River where
there is the beat oraguized and strong
est fruit growers association on the
Pacifio Coast, the world's rrcord
price for apples haa been obtained.
He favored that the Grants Fans Frai
Growers Aasociation he incorporated
aad au income provided that woold
pat It on a strong financial basis,
By another year a warehouse should
be bo lit The packers ehoold be
tinder the control and direction of
the manager of the Association aud
an honest and uniform pack should be
pat op and the boxes should be at
tractive and llthograhped labels
shoold be used. As is the rale with
the Hood River Association this As
sociation should exact each spring
contract with each member for his
fruit so that a definite knowledge
would be had of the amount that the
Association would have for sale
Having control of a definite quantity
of fruit is one of the factors that has
enabled the Hood River Association to
make its rrcord Bale?, and these aalea
are made each season before even tne
fruit is picked. As the fro it iu
dnstry in Josephine county is in bat
Its beginning, the principal work for
the Association for the present is to
carry on a campaign of education to
teach the orchardiata how to grow
better fruit and how to fight the
pests and to enforce the pest laws.
This work is so important and neces-
aary that every peron interested In
the development of the fro it industry
in this comity should join the Asso
ciation and do their part.
Ueo. A. Hamilton, a former mer
chant of Oregon City but now a fruit
grower of Fraitdale district, got in
terested iu frait growing by the big
profit thitt his frieuda were milking at
Howl River. He iuvestlagted all the
fruit districts aud found that Rogue
River Valley bad more natural ad
vantages than any sectiou of tho
Pacific Cooaat and Iu the yeur aud a
half (hat he has been here he has
learned more of the valley and con
sequently likes It the more. The pet
problems though was a serious matter
to the fruit growers here aud they
could only be held iu cheek by the
rigid enforcement of tho pest laws
aud to accomplish this it ia necesaury
I -v....... .... .niniQ mu.. iiiib
i can best be done through the Frait
! Growers Association. To raise the
stauilard of the orchards aud ths
quality of the fruit is another matter
that demands more atteutiou than
has beeii hid in the past, and the ex
acting demands of tho market make it
that more heed must also be giveu to
putting up au houe.it pack iu au at
On the afternoon
these worms bad been in their orchard
but they readily freed the trees of
the pest by naing arsenate of lead
spray. President Robinson bad also
foond the lead tolotion death to the
worms. .Cat worms could be kept
away from young trees by a liberal
application of ashes about the base
of the tree so ilr. Eismano stated.
A general discussion of pests was
had aud mach valuable information
was gained by the beginners in frait
Io the discussion of cultivation
methods Daniel Petreson, one ot the
successful orchardists of Huso, stated
that he had tbia spring cultivated
his orchard 13 times aud that he
would continue to cultivate at
frequent intervals for the balance of
the sea-on For the first plowing lie
used a turning plow and fur subse
quent cultivating a sprioctootli har
row. To conserve all the moisture
possible he had a smoothing attach
ment to the barrow. Tbia was a 2x12
inch plank fastened by chains to the
harrow dragging behind. Mr. Bate
bam stated that the Hoed River or
chardists mostly oaed the disk aud the
sprinstooih barrows for cutlivation.
While Rogue River Valley is more
free trcm frosts thaa most frait dis
tricts, yet the low sectiona of this
Valley get frosted once in a groat
while and this spring was one of the
fateful years. In tne discustiou had
on the frost problem, it was the opinion
of all that so soon as the methods
won practiced in other fruit districts
for keepiug off the frost were fully
understood here and growers prepared
to meet the danger that there wood be
no more likelihood of losing a crop
of fruit from the weather thaa from
the pests. Mach valuable information
was brought out as a result of past
experiments and readiugs of those
present aud hereafter on a cold spring
these protective measures will be pot
In the work of the Fruit Growers
Association's campaign of education
it was deoided to hold this summer
series or orchard meetings where
practical demonstrations could be
given by experts in methods of band-
ling orchards aud vineyards and of
subduing the peats. The first of these
meetings will be held at Riverside
Fruit Farm and Klerelee Fiuit Farm,
owned respectively by Geo. A. Ham
ilton and Prof. R. R. Turner, on Sat
urday afternoon, Jane 30, the session
beginning at 3 o'clock. These farms
are located in Froitdale district en
the south side of Rogne river, two
miles from this city. At the close of
the business meetiug a social hoar will
be spent when the ladies of Fraitdale
Grange will serve light refreshments
All who are interested iu the develop.
meut of the fruit industrv in Jose.
iliioe county are invited to atteand
this meeting, the ladies as well and
the business men of Grants Pass too.
W. C. T. U. NOTES I
FOUND TRUE REMEDY
DameLrBtV la Sura Ml-n-nt
Will furnish informatiou of
Josephine county free of
charge. Correspondence solicited.
called to order eltvtlou of officers was
had for the ensuing year. J. H. Rob
inson was re-elected pntsideut. C. 11.
lis teli am vice-presideut. Charles Mo
: serve secretary, aud 11. L. Gilkey
j treasurer. For directors it, A. Httro
iltou, H. ( UateUaui and V. V. Trip
I lett Were chosen.
The remainder of the afteruoou was
takeu op in a general discussion of
methods of controlling Uie pHts(ud
of preventing damage to orchards by
frost. H. 0. Hatehaui said more spray
ing must be done for the codliu moth
and that the best aolutioa was three
pounds of arsenate of lead to 10 gal
lons of water and that the best results
The incalculable amount of good
that Miona etomacli tablets are dcins
iu Grants Pas in makiuir sick and
veu despairing people well, should
'ompel the atteutiou of every judicious
person who is out of health with
Tho underlying cause of nervous
debility, headaches, sleeplessness and
liielauciioly is faulty nutrition, the
result of a weakened stomach aud
inactive bowel. So loug aa the
stomach is weak the tissues cannot
assimilate proper nourishment, no
matter how much food is eteu. Mi
o na increases the strength aud act
ivity of the muscular walls of the
stomach, regulates the bowels aud
makes the blood capable of conveyiug
nutriment to all the vital organs.
The ose of Mi o na stomach tablets
makes all the difference between a
tired, nervoos, sluggish condition, a
weakened stomach, aud a healthy,
euergetic bodily condition.
Iu no other way canyou so quickly,
so readily and so positively stimulate
the stomach to good health as bv us
ing Mi-o-ua. The fact that this rem
edy is sold by Deruaray onder a
guarantee to refund the money unless
it cures, shows conclusively its su-
periJrity over ordiuary, old-fashioned
digestives. g.g yt
You will hunt a good while before you
Bad a preparation that is equal to Chamber
lain s Liuimeut as a curs for muscular and
Yes, there have been sitrring cam
paigns in Oregon, with the W. C. T.
U. Anti-Saloon Leagoe and all tem
perance people working shoulder to
shoulder in ridding our home state
of laloons. Thank God for earnest
workers that have made this glorious
victory (.ossible ! Last Sunday nine of
our boys went, by request of Merlin
W. C. T. U. to a rally at that place,
llie boys did splendidly and we see in
them the elements for noble, usefol
manhood, which will never vote to
keep temptation before other genera
tions. The program was repeated at
the argent request of the audience and
the boys held the rapt attention of
their bearers throughout the repeti
tion, which is more thaa can be said
of most men. Let the Meial Contest
work go on 1
More and more, as evidence is fur
nished by prohibition communities,
does it become evident that the ab
sence of the liquor traffic tends to
prosperity, both moral and'finaucial.
Is there a mother who wants her
boy to come home so under the in
fluence of liquor that she, herself
cannot recognize him as her own?
God help mothers who are not glad
that the open saloon may no longer
tempt their boys.
Inspector Ames aud Deputy Super
visor H. M. Guthrie of Forest the ser
stopped here for a few days on their
vioe way down Rogue River to the
coast, Inspecting the Siskiyou National
Mr. Curtis, head sawyer for the
Rogue River mining aud Developing
Co,, went out to the valley last week,
G. W. Clay of the Red Rver Geld
Mining and Milling Co. went to West
Fork to look after their saw mill
which has arrived from the east. It
will be'packed and pat np as soon as
Mr. Brown is superintendent of con
struction for the Red River outfit
since Mr. Lesley's death. He is
pushing the work right along as they
with to accomplish as- much as no-
sible this summer. They have about
16 men employed.
The flume of ;the!Rogne River Min
ing and Development Co. will soon be
conilpete and water tamed in.
Hathaway Jones and wife went
down the River on a visiting trip
Eleotion passed off very smoothly on
Solitude Bar people are working
steady and it is reported that they are
meeting with successful cleanups.
Kenuedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
acts promptly yet gently on the
bowels, through which the cold ia
forced out of the system, and at the
same time It allays inflammation.
Sold by Model Drug Store. 4-3 13t
tor thtldrmnt taft, wrt, Jf p.'ates
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NEW and SECOND HAND
SBOOKS and DRUGS
?rbSS?e GRANTS PASS, ORE.
S. V. MOODY
Cor. H & 3d sts. Phone 4.Vt
Load Blocks $3.00
Tier Oak $2.75
Tier Fir $2.50
Tier Pine $2.25
Tier Oak $2 50
Tier Fir $2.25
Tier Pine $2.00
Load Sawdust $1.00
Load Kindling $1.00
John H Williams nt m et ad to
Jacob L Fryer 5 acres in sec 18 to 36
range S $1'00.
Mrs D J Wimer to J L Frver lot 5
in block 3 in D J Winter's sub-divis
Edmund W Smalley et ax to'Lud
wig Siebentritt, parcel of land in seo
30, T 38 range 5 $650.
W H Black et al, to E O Steiger,
parcel of laud in Seo 8, T 36, range 5
Jon Stewart et ox, to E C Steiger
lot 1 of block 65 Railroad add !0.
Fred O Isbatn et ux to Edua M
Smalley. lot 1 see 17, T 36 range
Herman C Marks to E P Marsh
SWl4' seo 14 T 35 range 5 $1.
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of the stomach and bowels. In the
spring of 1J02 I bought a bottle of
Kodol and the bent fit I received all
the gold in Georgia could not buy.
May you live loug and nrosner.
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L. B. Hau. President
M. L. Andkkws.. ..Secretary f
; would be had by applving it uuder a """"lie pama, for ths curs of sprains and
heavy prvsmire, 200
ter than 100 pounds
umiie siionm used r-or given
aphis iiw a woluiion 1
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near R.'R. track
Taming. tWII Work, HiairWork. Kaod
Hawing.l alrtortWOTk, Wood Pullsvs. baw
ruiRf and nuiuiuig, Kspainug ail kinds.
F rtoat right.
f tulm.vo. 1 w little
oliljm. h.ilker were u.t and "ine
ttmea one would fai 1 ud the vtli.'r
would kill the pests. H. P Kiainaun
aaid they had hndth Ut ih'.tm
i with the prepared tolw.vo pryparaliou
using one gallon to 60 gaUom of water.
Prof. K. H. Tnrnsr'rerxituidThat a
green wormwas tronbltnlTtiis youug
i pear trees. Mrr"Kisuiauu at7ea"Tilat
nMliaas f ik. .1 I . .
and that a and makes aleep and rsst Doaaibl. In J.
used." For rrveii, of apraius it relieves the aorena and ..
the parts to s healthy condition in ons-third
the Umi wquir! by ths usual treatment.
It is avjua ly valuabls for Ian back and all
Uesp Maud muarular pains, ii and SO cent
aim for sals by M. CUmsna.
Gotrg Campina this Summer
Try Newport or Yaqulua. Roand
trip ticket from Grants Pass for 10
good six months. On tale daily aftst
June 1st. Ask me for further infor-1
tnation. R. K .MONTOOMKKv
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