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ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON. JULY 3, 1908.
P JtOFESSlOXA L CA Ki)S
Dr. M. C. Find ley baa (one for
tbout bii months study I" Germany,
after which he will lie lu hi office as
nsual. The doctor Iihi kept nil rec- j
or ds carefully and broken glasses can i
to hla office. HiH practice is loft in
Dr. Loniirhlrtge's care. Dr. Lough-
ridge test eyes and tits glasses, and
has had several yearn experience.
gt LOUGHRIDGIJ, M. D.
PHYKICTA.N AND SL'lOiKON
Ko. I'hone 714
Cltw or country calls attended ulizht
or day Kbttn ami II, 1 uff a building-.
Olfioo I'hone 201.
Grant Pass - . Oregon.
I)R. C A. CAMPBELL
Graduate American hchool of Osteopathy,
Chronic Diseases and l)iicaesof Women
and Children a specially
Rooms 1. 2, B, Firxt National Hunk l.ldg.
Pliunea: Ollke 771, lien. Tfi.'i
GkASTS PASS OBKUOH
ALMEDA M. MAkTIN,
Specializes on Disi-ass of Women aud
Knom 20(1, Conklin Bldg.
Honra 0 to 6. Othei honra by appoint
ment. PHONK llllt
, D. NORTON,
Practice In all Statu and Federal Courts.
Ofllce la Opera Houae Dulldlug.
Obamtu Pass, Okbuoh
Q LIVER S. BROWN,
Office over Dixons Store
Grants Pass, Orkgon
II. B. IIENDKICKS
Civil and criminal matters attended to
lu all the court.
Heal estate and Insurance.
Offioe, 8th atreut, opposite Poatoffioe.
WILLIAM P WRIGHT,
U. H. DEPUTY KPRVKYOR
Cth St., north ol Josephine Hotel.
Ubants Pass, . . Okkcion.
The Popular Barber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
Oo Sixth Street Three chairs
Rath Room In conduction
N. 12. McGRIiW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Furniture and Piano
GRANTS PASS. OREGON.
E. A. WADE
Dry (jowls, Underwear,
west of Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS. OREGON.
)P GR.RANTS PASS
Will furnish iufoi illation of
Josephine comity free of
charge. Correspondence so- &
WihhI Work i 111; Shop.
West of tlotir mill, near R. R. track
Inrmna, Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand
Hawing.l'aMnvt Work, Woo.1 I'ullevs. Saw
htlliiraiul KuuimiiiK, Repairing all kin.U
iumu tNitwiy cr.t.
OiOjr itulliiiri.! Km,-, lu.
.Illulrt la Or, .. Wma
ftr lllMiraiJ cln-lu.
ADVISES PLANTING KALE
FOR DAIRY COWS
Oregon Airlculture College
iuti Instructive Bulletin by
Kale is one of the bent talking cropt
in Oregon. When the Oregon booster
' KrtiiU to prove that Oregon ia the beat
I dairy atate Id the Union he has to
1 talk kale. Unless he knows what
I kale will do to the milk bucket he
! has not qualified aa a booster. It in
! called the Thousand Headel kale and
the botanist know it as Braaaioa
eloraces, but it ia the plain kale of
four letters that does the talking.
The strmge thing is thtt it ha only
been daring the l.iHt two or three
years that it has had an audience,
though it is neaily 30 years old in the
! Willaruettn valley. It. lias tried to tulk
all those yeara but the people
wnulrln ; listen wnun it sonant recog
nition. "We never beurd it talk,"
tuy iiihiH'e.l, "b:ck in Iow and
New York. Back there cows pro
duce milk without kile, an1 I ginM:
they will have to here." That is ra
ditioo It took 30 ycra for kilo to
get an audience in thin state and live
The dairyman of Now York nndcr
stand what green auccnleut food means
to tb 4 dairy cow, and they hoi Id ex
pensive alios, buy expensive machin
ery and grow fertility robbing corn
which they irrigate with their sweat,
in order that the farmer dnriug the
long winter months nny have an ex
cuse for milking his cows. The Ore
son I an needs no expensive silos to
remind Ihe cow of the good old sum
mer time Kale Is making Oregon the
greatest dairy state in the Union.
When it row n jnnder favorable condi
tions kale will yield 40 tons per acre
of green feed and its chief'value is as
soiling crop daring the fall and
winter. Splendid results are being
secured by feeding kale and vetch hay
to dairy cows without any grain or
inl'l feed Dr. Withcyoiube of the
Agricultural College aaya that IS
pounds of vetch hay and 40 pounds of
kale day ia practically a balanced
ration for a dairy cow. Mr. W. L.
Wi In m of Banks, Oregon, says: I re-j
celved $307 from 14 cows iu the month
of Deoember and fed them nothing
but kale, turnips and vetch bay. The
man who feeds chop would have to
make $237 to clear aa much aa I do. I
have not had a apeck of mill feed In
the barn all winter.
Mr. By ron Hunter of Corvallls has,
as assiatant agriculturist of the
Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S , De
partment of Agriculture, mude a
sM'cial study of the forage crops of
wsstern Oregon, and iu Bullitln No.
Ul published Jointly by the Oregon
Kpxerlmeut Station and the Depart
ment of Agriculture, has the follow
ing to sy about kale which is
"Methods of towing -For fall and
winter oho, kalo is usually sown iu
drills on well prepared and drained
soil as soon after the loth of March an
the season will permit. This fur
uinhea plnuta for transplanting in
June ami Joly. The land used for
j transplanting ia well manured aud
, plowed two or three times hetweeu
j the first of March and the first of
Ijniic. With the land in perfect, tilth
it Is plowed ngiiiu with a 13 inch
: plow almut the first of June aud the
j young kale plants "dropped into every
third furrow about S' to le. t aait.
This places about one plant on every
square yard. The roots of the plants
are placed wher.i the next furrow
covers them, leaving the ti.j,s un
covered. The plants that are plowed
In during the day in tnis way are
rolled Ju the evening of the same
dav to pack the ground. Two or three
cultivations are all that cau usually
be given, for the plants will soon
touch In the row if they do well?
Any p:ani t f ail to grow uuiT b
' replaced h . 1 So ue !row.'r rr.i
f" t ill. lie neeii iu lulls, and
win 11 fhr t ti, are larue enongii,
tl'in tii one plant in a lull.
Otl'er- rut k e out just as cnbliagu is
I usually 1 hms;. luted, iutti'ad of plow
iuii it n. MHiiuie of transplanting
must he li t4 mined by the sie of tne
plants aud the condition of the land,
i If the land is wet and subject to
, overflow the trausplautiug may be
' delayeil uutil duriug July. If the
; land is well drained aud the plants
are largw enough It may Ihi done bo
fore the first of June. In transplant
ing, enough plant may he left for
a staml on the land
lings are ttrowu.
where the e,.d-
Golng Camping thi Summer.
lry Newport or Yaqniua. Koiuid ,
trip ticket. fromH.rams Pus, for 10
, . , 1. . . - , - -
good au moil I In Onml,. dailP-aftet
. . t , r'i;
Jim 1st.. Ask iu for furthr infor.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cuin Cokls, Croup aatl W buopiuf Couck,
I-I-I-I-I-I" I-I-M-M- I I I H;
4. LOCAL EVENTS. 4-
.M-M-M- 1-M-M 'H-
Gold Hill ia planning for a
Wasn't Monday a warm one?
91 in the shale.
W. E Cowdrey is eraoting a neat
little residence, in Lincoln Park ad
dition. A new plank walk has been built
this week in front of the Southern
MUs Edna Cornell returned home
last Saturday from Ualice. when) she
had been spending a couple of weeks
with the family of C. L. Barlow.
The Granite Hill postoffica and
stagn lini, owing to a lack of patro
naiie, has been discontinued, the staxe
making its lat trip Monday of this
I The Oilman Bedrock Mining Co.
! launched their second large barge
I Tuesday afternoon. The company ex
I pect to begin active operations within
I the next two weeks.
Mrs. Edith McGregor, of Crescent
City, who has beeo visiting relatives
here, left Wednesday morning for
Berkeley, Cal., where she will spend
Andrew A. -Manser, of Baker City,
arrived in the city Monday after a
prospective tour over the state of
Idaho, looking for a location, and
has decided to buy a farm in Jose
Kilph K. Cronise of Salem was in
the city Monday aud Tuesday iu the
interest of the state fair to be held at
the state capitol next September. Mr.
Cronise is one of the newspaper boys
and was looking after the advertising
end of tha show somewhat.
The Grants 'Pass Coffee House ia a
new commercial orfiaaization, suc
cessors to Samuel Buell, who recently
purchased Smythe'a Qoalty Shop 00
Front street. Mr. Buell, however,
retains an interest in the basinets.
The new member of the firm la Fritz
Schumann, formerly with the Groat
Western Tea Co.
Grants Pass la to have another mov
ing picture show, which will be ready
for operations about July 10 to 15. It
is to be located three doors west of
Sixth on Front street, iu the building
occopied at a saloon by Coburn &
Hawkins. Tho proprietors are L. L.
and S. F. Bilye, who recenlty arrived
from Albany, and the machine will
be in charge of an expert.
The Pickett Creek Consolidated
Mining Co., a new corporation just ,
organized by local men, has filed ar
ticles of incorporation tnis week.
The incorporators are O. A. Thomas,
O. S. Blanchard aud Robert Hart.
This company has acquired the
"Deer Lick group" in the famous
Pickett Creek district, which they are
pr-i aring to develop on a large scale.
This property was formerly owned by
O. A Thomai and assocutes of this
Judge Booth left last Saturday
night for Dmver, where he will be
in attendance, next week, at the
democratic national convention, which
convenes in thu metropolis of the
centennial slate on tha 7th of the
prisout month. .Indue Booth is a
delegate from Oregon to the conven
tion, an honor of wi'ich he aud his
family nny well feel nrou.l, ami a
distinction for Urauts Pass as well
since this is his bom '.
"IN A BAD WAY"
ny Grant Pe.s Header Will
Feel Grateful for I hla In
formation. When your back gives out, becomes
lame, weak or aching, when urinary
trouble set iu, your kidneys ar in
a had way. D .an's Kiduey Pilla
will cure you. II re ia local etl
d uce to prove it : Mra. M. H. Kouud
iree, living ou the Nrth side, Jack
sonville, Ore., sny-: Backache and
dizzy spells uitde life a hurdu for me
for a long time. I suffered mi severely
with dull ach. uk pains in my back aud
hipa that I could hardly get around.
I was tired and worn out aud had 00
ambition to attend to my ordinary
household dutiea. If I attempted to
stoop, sharp paius would dart through
my back aud I would suffer with diz
ainess. I need many remedies but ob
tained no relief until I procured
ihan a Kliluey
Pills ou the advice of
a friend. The reaulta obtained from
liking this reuiedy weie better than I
; nan nopM ror. I improved from the
nine 1 heg,tu using Doan'a Kidnev
Pills ami hv 1.1 ti. t l . a - '
r , " ' . . ,a"J-ul,
1 uret ivies i was ootnnletelv cured
1 ..... . ,
1 cannot say too much lu rraise of
iv...... I raise 01
n-laa,y or sale by
all dealer. Trie 50 cent. Foster
Milbtirn Co.. Buffalo, v. V ..u
I agents for the ritd gtatJjt
(member the iiame Doan'a oduke
j no other.
CITY OF EUGENE HOLDS
ITS FIRST MARKET DAY
Two Couple Were Married
Stock Sold, and the Day a
The city of Engene held its first
Market Day last Saturday and, accord
ing to the reports of the press of that
city it was a rouser, the came as simi
lar market days in other Oregon cities
wherever inaugurated. 1 hough it
had been postponed a week on account
rf weather the attendnace and en
thusiasm were enhanced thereby
rather than impaired, aa might be
conjectured under similar cirenm
stances. The exercises opened with
au open air concert by the Eugene
military band followed by other se
lections by that organization at fre
quent intervals. At 1 ::i0 in the after
noon was the grand street parade
headed by Mayor Matlock and Mr.
Colgate, one of the promoters of the
Market Day enterprise. They were
followed by a pretty little giri riding
a beautiful pony. Then came the
band and a carriage bearing two young
couples to be married during the day
at the park and which was one of the
interesting features of the first Mar
ket Day at Eugene.
The program included addresses by
the mayor and Judge V. iutormeiur at
the end of the parade. Besides the
automobiles and other rigs in the
parade were all the fine horses and
cattle which had been brought in by
the farmers to be sold on this market
day. Max Zimermmun, the chief
promoter of the day, acted as auction
eer. The sales were quite numerous
for a starter and the number of people
who came in from the county to wit
ness the event, run into the thousands
say the Eugene dailies, both of which
are agreed that Eugeno's first Market
Day was a great success.
Expression of Appreciation.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Com
mercial Club desires to express thanks
aud appreciation to all those who
assisted in any way in decorating the
building and arrangiug the exhibits
for the flower festival, to the Elactrio
Light Co. for the additional lights
provided and to all those who loaned
vase sand who gave flowers so generous-
EXKCUT1YE BOAR D.
A Spanish proverb (lectures thut "a
pppelltos 01 paper clgarl, a g'ass of
clear water mid a kiss from a pretty
girl will sustain a man for a whole
City Treasurer' Notice,
There are funds in the city treasury
to redeem all outstanding warrants
protested to January 8, 190f. Interest
on same will ceane after this date.
Dated at Grants P.isa, Ore., May 33d,
1UIW. COL. W. JOHNSON. 6-23 4t
Hick Headache Cured.
Sick headache is caused by derangement
of the stomach. Chainberlaiu'a Stomach
and Liver Tablets will correct the disorder
and eflect a cure. By taking these tablet
aa toon as the first Indications of the disease
appear, the attack may be warded olT. For
sale by M. Clemens,
$1300 F. O. B. Factory I V l L7
TOURIST TYPE "O" ROADSTER represents the
1 culmination point in two-cylinder automobile construction. All
.1 t f 1 .
are here blended
priced roadster. Nothing on the market today can compare favorably
with the Type "O" tfT for all-around serviceability, style,
reliability and price. G This car, with a finely finished
trunk on rear, sells for $1300; with single nimble seat on trunk,
$ 1 325, and with double individual seats on rear, $ 1 350 f. o. b. Los
Angeles. Catalogue mailed free upon request
Factory at Lot Angeles
540 Golden Gate Ave.
R. S. WILSON,
Gre.ni Pcv. Or.
ARE YOU LOOKING
For bargains in furniture? If so, come and see my uew stock
and get my prices. My car of new Couches, Beds, in fact anything
and everything for the parlor, dining room, bedroom and kitchen
has come, and you'll be astonished at the splendid goods and the
M. E. MOCRE,
"When I lived in New York," writes
a former New Yorker from Berlin,
"there was a house near Central park
which should have borne the number
13, but because of the superstition of
the occupant permission was secured
to plnce the number 11a or 13a over
the door. I spoke of the clrcumstanco
n few dtiys ago and learned that the
thirteen superstition was more clearly
marked here. In the Instance men
tioned by me an Indlvldunl wits con
cerned. Here It was the most impor
tant corporation in Wiesbaden. There
Is no No. 13 bathroom in any of the
liutlihouses, 110 No. 13 room in nny ho
tel nnd no No. 13 place nt any table
d'hote. Atljingenschwnlbach the baths,
under government control, also have
bath cells No. I2:i where they should
he numbered 13." New York Tribune.
Old Noah hunted up a barrel stave
and started off I'or the stern of the nrk.
"Where are you going?" asked Mrs
"I am going to whale that boy Ham."
replied Noah, with a frown.
"But, my dear, the lad Is only play
ing on his banjo."
"Yes, but It Is the tune he Is play
ing." "And what Is the tune?"
" 'Wult Till the Sun Sbliied, Lizzie.' "
It was not a young woman novelist
bnt Charles Runner, of whom the late
E. U Godkln, tho New York editor,
He works his adjectives so hard that
If they ever cutch him alone they will
Problem of Waate I'aper.
A solution of the waste paper prob
lem In I.os Angeles Is offered by Ar
thur O. Graves, who bus agreed to
plaee several hundred motal recepta
cles In ns many spots widely dlstrlbut--d
throughout the city In which people
may throw refuse product, says the
Kansas City Journal. He expresses a
willingness to give to the city the use
of tnese sheet Iron boxes provided the
expenses of the reninvnl of their con
tents bo borne by the public. The
waste thus accumulated It Is purpos
ed by him to convert Into paper In a
mill which be will build.
D f A n
ot the now famous Model
with the racv. chic lines of th
$1350 F. O. B. Factory
NEW and SECOND HAND
NOTED FOR IT'S
There are only THREE ele
ments in the UNDERWOOD
Type-Bar Stroke Mechanism
Connecting Link and
68 Sixth Street, Portland, Ore.
"E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, 111
Gentlemen In 1897 I bad a disease
of the stomach and bowels. In the
spring of 1302 I bought a bottle of
Kodol and the benefit I received all
the gold in Georgia r oold not buy.
May you live long aud nrosiwr.
Yours very truly, C. N. Cornell. Bod
ing, Ga., Aug. 27, 1000." Sold by
Mcdel Drug Stole. 4-3 13t
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