f HE ROSbt RIVER COURIER if,0 CRAM VAhH. (JV.&MIS Putllhd Evry Friday. ubcnilon Pt! O'.e Yr m slrnii', Tbn MuiiOi. .76 Advertising Rate Fwr.jil-ed on applioauou l U,oft.w by u uJ 'oottuar. u4 rnwlgtwuk o """ W'. iJ '-barged tor e taper lu; mud ef Ui.k jc. A. K. VOOEHIKS, I'KOfic KiilrittbportofJiot-riU Pa Oregon, a wjuiJ mail mawer fKIDA Y, AUGl'tiT 1, IS. Tbe A Lio'XjJn ooantjr are ririhU for a Kr4 fruit od eie- Ulle oruirl to b held M Toledo, -U;(-r 7tb. Wi, Wb, wbkb prouilde to t a tlttodid advertiwcueot for that 'm-'i'ju of tb Ut aud iU i joi;jt-r'ju rMf)jro-i. Aofwrdiog t'J Ktcretary of Agricol tore Wjiwn tbe prjr dt oi tbe farm of ttie L'oletd Ktat for two yar woulj toy all tbe milroadii of tbe Muuyrjr. Mr. WIod aayi tbat during tbe itut uiue yara tt.e fariua bave added W, M),W io the wealth of tbe xuutry. Uut bil tbl U wade tug uUi ratber large figure it moat be rAiii-uibred that agriculture, in cluding itt ario kraucbea, in otj of tbe liKK1-'' iriHtlt'jti'jnit In America. A'T'i of onward tlie uiarcb of prohibit Ion, tlie Portland Joornal tayi: "Oregon Ji-d Mkii bae joined tb 17 other Ule orgaulatloaa of ibe or der who bar declared aintt admit ting any.one ooonwited with the wan ufacture or aate of iplrltuoo liquor Into their rank arid at the groat coun cil, which baa Jnt completed it m ion In Medfofo', followed the advice of the great ooonril of the UolUd KUU awl paaaed law to tbat effect Tb law bar from uieinberihlp any who ar In any way connected with tb lli'jr trad. The law doe not affect thoae who ar already In the order, merely referring to fatare candi date for admliaion. It I eipeoted that the Waahingtoo council. In e Ion at Everett today, will enact a Imllar law." The luaugoratlon of a thorough and oouipreheiialv lytteui or lyatau of Irrigation In thla ancltou will mean complete revolution In the matter of fruit rUlng and farming tn th Hdguo Kiver Vallny. It will nieao that one a;r thoroughlv watered and proptirly tilled! will produce two to four time a much a the lame acre now yield without water. While of room ther will he an increnaed net In the production tbl inure will lie nowhi're near In proportion to the addltlnnal crop production. More over, the faruir and orohardlat will he practically aaatired of a maximum yield each year. There ahould he practical co-operation Among the farmer to the nd tbat Irrigation throughout the comity ahall be aecured at th tarlleat pnaalhl date. There la nothing to he gaiued lit waiting. No other one thing will attract o many new riMldmila tn IkiIIi the towna and the orchard of the valley. Irrigation ahuuld be the alogan throughout the Jtngtie Itlver vallet. Why Soma Men Ar I'oor Tlmlr Idea are largir than tlieir puraa. Thuy do not ki-p account of their riendlliira. They ar eaay dupe of cbeiner and prjiioter. Tlmy r-vra th mailin, "Duty be for pleaaure. " They hav too many and too ripou It aiuuaemeut. They do uot thluk II worth while to aave nlcklea and dime. They have rliked a ciinptnc in trying to get rich gulckly. riiijy allow friend to iiupoee u n Dmlr'aliMid naturn and gnneroeity. They try to do what other Pipvct f t li.-iii, uot what thy cun affurd. Thv il not do tiiilay vihat they can poanllilv put off until tomorrow. Thi-y (In not think it worth while to thousands of workers Levi Strauss .S: Go's .r' t . f M .... A if tie .rf'S."'--' ""' ' V.--v.T. : 4 . -i w mm v.-- III miKtaaf I J P 1 Uintfr Hi! trkiR i "'" ROGUE o, Mwu in nt-! Tt.b. Aw tn inr-nr debt mtb-f- 1 then do work which tbey tonioer I betetb tbeai. j TWr naver dfeaoied tbat mort- ' ... 11 ... rr, gsg on tiieir o'.'LDr wqjj f i . tbew out of door. 1 They mlorae their Meade" note for 'giarautd fyuut j"t for acorn- j tuodation. ' X ri.TWOXAL ITEM. T IT . tj-J. (if. & ddle left f'r Iwgla unty Toeday nlgbt to itd a cr JO day wl b rlt've? MU Vern'e Ham l'oo of MtoK'd. rjot Toeaday lu OianU Paa w tb her ooualn. Mr. A. B Ellia-jn. Geo 8 and E. A. CaUiouo aim Mia. Clara Calhoun Mt th Uat of U.e : wk for 5port to apend rerl dav at the crat. Tb yte Bate camping party re toriifcd Tboradar Ujorning from Cow A,fc,od crwek. Net will move to bere be will ;orn a tarter abop. V. W. Ah cam In frorn iering thla wek to do afime pup baaiig. Mr. A.h arnved lo America "orn umm ba than a year ago and ii o much lo favor of tbia country that nenaaiaaen up hia n-ifid-me do eipect to Uke j out hi. paper, a oon aa powible. . J K. Lake, foret raxmer on patrol : In the On-goii Cave dratrfct, waa brooght to Oranta Pan TueixJay morn- log arid taken to the Koutb Pacific boapital. ulTerloK from a alight at- ta.k of poeumoula. Tbe trip crvera omethlng over 40 mile and the ! flnlah wa mad at aboot 8 o clock Tooaday morning. Tbe alck iiid la.a on of County Judge Iake of Waaco : county. j George Finch oame in from the Cauyoo Crrek mining dlttrict laat Friday to itierid a few day with bla family and look after buaioee mat ter. Mr. Finch and J. H. Challen have been out proapecting th paat mouth and during their search of th hill have encountered some fairly good peoimen of tellurium ore. ihey hav been proapecting in the vicinity of the Ham liowdeu property which ia now oeleg opened up, and George aay in a week or two ha hope to be able to give aoai good, live rninln j DW. MAftltED. LOVKTTB A KEB Tuesday, August II. 11X18, at AumUo, Mlna.. the Hev. Frdrlck Lovett, pastor of the Klret Baptiit chnrch of thla city ' and Mlaa Aoguata liaker, ol Austin. Iter. Iovett eatue her two or three I year ago to aaaum tn paatorata or the Klret Baptist church, sine which time h has been an indefatigable churchman and bis Interested himself lu every movement for tbe betterment of the city and community. During tbl. time he ha ma-le many friends aalde from hi. congregation. The bride of hi. choice i. not generally known here but the pastor' congrega tion and frleud will Join in welcom ing Hev. Iovett and wife to Urania Paas. The announcement .tatea that they will lie at home In this city after September 2!at WILLI AMS SHAW Haturday, Aug. tint I V IWiH, at the realdenc of B. A. William, in thl. city, Kdward H. William, and Mlaa Kdlth hdaw, both of Joneiitilue county. Police Maglntrate llulman ofticiatlDg. HIIOKT HKABNAt Grants Paas. Wmlueaitar, April IU, IWoH, Chaa. E. Hhorl of Merlin and Mrs. MaKgie ft. II earn or iirauta I'aaa, Jalga Htepheu Jewell oftlciating. Tbe groom la the owner of the Mer lin Towoaite and Development t'u. coining to Joaepblne county from I'ortlaud. The bride waa also a resi dent of Portland until a few years ago, when .he came to Grant. Paa. and purchased a ranch on HFD No. I. Iloth have many frlenda here and in their former home. Mr. and Mrs. ktliort will apeiiil the neit three weeka on a trip to Crater Lake, a-cmiaiiled by Mrs. hhoifa daughter, Mra. K. W. Htnvena and her hualiaiid of Portland ami Geo. W. Uriinne DIED. AI.I'KH 'H Toeaday, Auguat llh, IJoi. lu thla city,' Myrtle Ina, tlie alt mouths old (In u filler f Mr, and Mi Nephie AlrOicb, of Kip per, Idaho, of pneumonia. The Alilrlcha were eu route from Kipper, Idaho, to Colhorg, ty wagon, the little one dying ou nirifal here. The body waa alilppel fn'in here to Cidliurg Welnemiay luorning for hurul There were four generatioua lu the caravan, whh coiiHUted of a uuinlier of wagoiia, and they were Ixniud for t'olhurg to Jolu reUlirin and frlenda. MASsIr. At ' her home at Merlin. 1'riilar iimriiing, AokmhI VI, 1UIS, Kilith Kudora Miuwte, Hf;ed4rt yearn, of pnralyaia, 'I he 1 funeral will ! held at the ltnpiit.1 ,i hun li, Merlin, Saturday alti i nooii.at HVi'lock. Kricn In of the funnily are Invited. to' the set vio1. RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON AUGTST 21. 1908. judge CALLOWAY DIFFERS FROM JUDGE HAKXA Hold That Independent Charter r . . - A . utiiM-l I O rroritiom , LotaJ Option Lew. Ia diwrJvirjg tie injunction sued out b tbe liquor in'eres's of Inde jBdeooe to pirreut lib county court of Pclk county for mafcitig order 0 clariLg Polk ooimt dry a a n-nJt of the laal Jane election Jodge GaJ"wsy id open coort t rlli, Jt week took just the opposite view cf the const v.! ion cf tbe rie ttu'e to tl.t of Ja?g H. K. Him, cf tbe ejrceit ooort f'r Jackaoo coooty woeo ti,e Uit.- ruled tbat the charter of Bedford, which gae the city ex- elusive control nd revelation of tie liqoor traffic and rpled all aci in axiflic. with it. provision, took 1 al.. 1a1 r 4 i . n lfAVV precan. otw vu- f : The Medford case Uut en op io tbe aprenje iort on aptal cf the drya, and ootloe of aprl from tbe oeclaioo of JaUge uauoway u wv IndirfwudfDce cae ba beu (fivm by tbe wet. Tie dlion cf the o-uri-ioe cjurt in bb tbee -a-i, the ting Jd-Dtioal to Mwdforrt wil d,J0b.l.. be . . intwt f)0 tbe lb, wfct D1 dry eiemenU of Jodgls G,now,T ,!k) nta)nitd tbe tnotioo cf th defend- gnti caDty court of Polk county, to jii, tDe Injunction aued out by the ji,,oor lotereHt of Dalla. rn.e Dalla ioioiiction oit wa 0)n the question of local op- , jon aud tbe lcjjaljiy of the local op- tloo BW jtjf upon aeveral grcouda, the princital ore cf which ia that the t, 0f ne oonuiui over 00 worda aad that Initiative and referen- dum amendmeot to tbe count Itutioo provide tbat the title shall couUio do more than 2u0 word John A. Carson of thi city repre sented the plaintiff! In both case and District Attorney John H McNary appeared on behalf of tb state. Both oaae will probably be appealed; tbe defeodaota In th Dalla cane having iz month in wntob to perfect an appeal. Htateimao. FRUTT GROWERS WILL MEET NEXT TUESDAY Member of the Grant Pass Froit Growers Association held a meeting yesterday at the Commercial Clnb room for tbe porpoee of talking over the reorganization and rejqvenatioo of ,h. ...iq. Tbe meeting, owing to the busy aaon wa not largely attended and the letsioo ad journed to meet at the (am place again next Toeaday at 1 :30 o'clock, when the affair of tbe association will be gone over and a new organlza- itlon B(veoted. It nrgeutiy re (joeeted that every old member be pre sent as wull aa fruit gowerrs of this violnlty who are not now identified with the organization. Plan for handling the present crop will alito lie diacuaaed. The mainUinanoa of thia association, is of tbe mout vital importance to the froit iodoairy of the ooonty and every fruit gower of the onuuty ihould attend neit Tues day' mietiug. Meanrs. Ilerzioger & Mitchell, the ' r 10 oorrepondeuce with a French syndicate relative to t1B locatioo ol a coatoiu smelter in this city for the handling of tbe ore of the various copper mines of Josephine county and vicinity. These people jrropose to erect a plant of 200 to 800 too capacity. They have beea look ing over Idaho, Nevada and other state, a well a. Ore goo, but seem mur favorably luipre.ad wih thl section than any yet visited. Their chief engineer la expected here in few day. for farther investigation of thl. region. II. N. Parker and wife, Henry Shade and fle other started Friday inoru lug for a 10 nars trip to l 'react ut Ciiy. hl'MMONS. In the Circuit Court of the Slnte cf i iregnu for the County of Joecpliiue. J. 11. Wood, I plaiutiff, I Jeunle A Wood, defendant. I To Jeuuie A. Wo4kl, defendaut above named : lu 111, uaint of I l.ts itate of Or'iiou, yea are n quired to appear ami sua wer the iMuiplaiut of plaintiff ou file with the clerk of the aUive uamed court within six wwks from the date of the firt publication of tl'is stun mom, which is Aiuut 21. aud if you tall lo do so, the pUiutifl will apply to the court for tlie rrlief do liiaiiihd In his coiuplaint. tow it: de cree diMV'Iving and eettiug hmi'b tlie inarriue relatioiiB ciidm heiwecuj plaintiff and defendatit Xbi nam- I iiions in nerved In- puMunti. n by onl.r! cf Hon. Stephen Jewell, county jtnl(j j of Josephiiie countv. lumle Acmi.t mi lno ItOHKKT (. SMI 1 H, Attorney tor plninu'lf. E. E. MoCccnm, formerly of Cre- ewit CitT, i xj'jw conducting kr cea bop it tbe boUdmg formerly; occupied by Bocn & Eu banks Perkins & Fbilljj. Miiiicg and 731 51 CLASSIFIED ADS. NEW TODAY. thr irte urn- j Iuqoire of Hfr- i 621 tf j rioti'r di M iU-ljelL WANTKD-75 Hop picker, bv Kelt. 1st Hop yard known ji-b-Kantau: wanee one cent posnd. Atp'y C. C. G.lhert Oranta Paw EKD No. 2. WA5TED-10 rigging linger. 10 lumber Ulleia, f-i 50 lAfT lOODin tr day : two lumber graders. ITS t-0 per month ,Bot factory men i. W. II Weat & Co., Medford Ore. GOOD Cow for sale at a bargain, cor. Oak Dd West K., Grant Pa. Ore. H -211 t FOB KALE One Paragon Wa-hing ai chine, one G la ascot k baby jumper, one Glaaacotk baby walker; also nvy etock of thoroniitibred KboJe 1'laod Peda. E. W. Smal lev. ;ZZ ' 10th Bt., City. 8-21 tf FOR SALE. Wli ACBE3 improvd farm with building and orchard, . for aale of rnt. Inquire J. Kwanwin, Cor Oak and Weit G etreeta, Grant Paws, Or. 8-n at FOB SALE fine bby carrige, owner leaving town will ell at a oaTitioe, can be aeen only on bep teuiber 7, at B. M. JohnaoD'a resi dence. 201 Sixth Street. 8-14 2t F' JH SALE One half hore power e.ectrio motor, nearly new, price Can furnish ebaft and belling if desired. Enquire of W'. P. Wright, Conkliu building. 6-14 tf FOB SALE A Voee & Sons piano, almost new, for two thirds of its valoe Addresa aJdo Me-ker, G. D. Grant Paw, Ore 8-14-tf COWS Milk cow for sale. Call early and have yoor choice or address. T. J. Bidioets, Merlin, Oregon. 8 14-tf. Wiodow glass at Hair-Biddle'i. ONE JEBSEY Bull, 15 month old, for sale cheap. Hayden Close, Plione 887, Wilierville. 7-24 tf. THOROUGHBRED Polaod: China Boar for aale. For particular in- quire of A.M. Jets, B. F. D. No. 2. 6-28 tf FOR SALE The fine residence . property of H. A. ROTERMUND, two blocks from Masonio Hall. Eu "quire at Paddock's Marble Works. OKB SPAN good woik horses, on 'driving or saddle horse for sale cash or on terms. Wilscn Mercan Uile Co., LelaDd 4 24 tf FOlt SALE Good sugar pine shake! Enquire Kenney's Grocery, 6-8 tf THOROUGHBRED Billy goat foriale. price reasonable, luquire ol . Vt. Wilaoo, Hogo, Oregon. 7-10 tf FOR SALE-Modern hotel in good, incorporated California town; on corner near depot, 27 rooms, bar in connectiou with large stock of liqoors, cigars, and 'pool table; oi en night and day. Licence 4X1 per year. Reason for selling, have been adinittedl to the bar and wish to enter practice of law. Will take IM'iOO for furiture and fixtures and Stock. Addree. II. E. M., Cooriir office, Grant. Paaa. 8 7 tf WANTED. TUKKEY3 WANTED Want to buy tnrkeya, half-grown preferred. State price per ound livewtight lu writing state tour residence clearly. Address T. J. Diritneas, Merlin, Oregon. 8-14 tf PIANO Porils wanted 20 years ex- lertence in teaching. Adores Mra. E. Foattr J, N 6th St., next to r. Ctron. 7-17 tf,. WANTED 200 hop pickers at Cornell A Flanagan hop yard. Inquire at Cornell Grocery or addreea Henry Roch, Grant Pass, RFD No. 2, Phone 10T!. 8-7 3t FOR RENT. WILL rent too a good firm, seveu mile of city. Best terms given. Write Box 28 cr so me. residence corner Oak aud Park streets. J. M. Adams. MISCELLANEOUS. F. A. PlERCE-RegiHtere.1 Angoras. KIH-k h ailed ly one of ihe tanious bock of ihe"King Aribor" also oth' r bucks of ditterent strains of breeding. Hoeanf t'e not d straini. Bockn tc r tle. Merlin, On. 8-27 tf FRANK BURNETT Upholstering, million furniture niade to order. STRAYED. There broke into my field July fith, one 8 year old roan moley cow, will soon lie fresh. Owner cau have same ly proving propTtv ami raying cl urges. W. F. Hcgue, Bex 272, Grants Ph-s, Oregon. 7 ,7 5t ne bay mare, about 4 years old, weighing aliout 1 1(0. not marked. broke into my pasture at Jerome l'rairle 5 miles S W of town, July 1st. vner cau have the same by proving property and jayiug charges. -K. A. r-'DGAR, Grants Pass. There came to my place 8 miles I from town July 1,1, tne red cow, not I marked, white strip on Udlr. Owner I to have same by prvviiig property aud paying charges. lj, ji. J KSS, W ilili rviile road. b -14 :.t ff A Few Hints to the Housewife Now is the time for you to think of your canning PEACHES I am handling those fine early Crawfords from Mr. Fords place; nothing nicer comes to the market I have them in the differeDt grades so that they will be in reach of all, also will hava the late Crawford and later varieties, if you are in want of anything in the froit line, come and ee me, also I can fit you out in the new celebrated SCHRAM FRUIT JAR, Jelly Glasses, Jelly Tumblers, and Stone Jars in i, 1, 2, 3 and 4 gallon sizes, at Gibson's Grocery Phone 01, Front St., Grants Pass, Ore. Half Price All Trimmed and Street Hats now in stock will be sold at just Vi price during August. Don't Miss This Opportunity of securing one of the elegaet hats which are on display MRS. E. E. VAUGHTAL, S. V. MOODY WOOD YARD BfftBfffffffffBafffBJBB Cor. H&3dsts. Phone 434 ;1 Load Blocks $3.00 ) Htove WooU 1 Tier Manzanita $250 1 Tier Oak $2.75 1 Tier Fir $2.50 1 Tier Pine $2.25 Chunk WooU il Tier Oak.. $2 50 j 1 Tier Fir $2.25 1 Tier Pine $2.00 1 Load Sawdust $1 Oo 1 Load Kindling $1.00 Uye After being closed for the past week undergoing exten sive repairing, will be Re -Opened MON, AUC. 24 At T::M o'clock, P. 31. with all new pictures x and songs Don't Miss The Opening Performance Admission Same lo Kvt iybtKly lOc Bijou Millinery Sale 617 Front Sreet First National Bank of Southern Oregon Grants Piii, Oregon - ... Some of tb Berrice that a Bank Render the Public DEPOSITS The safest and simplest way of keeping your money is by depositing it in a Reliable Bank. This Bank receives De posits subject to Check, or on demand Certificates of depoait or on time Certilicales of Deposits. On time deposit we pay 4 PER CENT INTEREST DRAFTS The beat and cheapest way to transfer money is by Bank Draft. W sell Drafts payable in all parts of tbe country. LOANS One of tbe most impor tant function of tbe tank. We endeavor to supply all reasonable needs of our customers. Capital and Surplus $75,000 Stockholders' Additional Bespom-ibility $50,000 OFFICERS L. B. Hall, President J. C. Camfbill, Vice-Pres. H L. Oilkit, Cashier R. K. Hackett, Asst. Cashier The W ecther Lavat Week. The temperature throughout tit state was nearly normal io the south western counties and ilightly belo normal elsewhere throughout state. The coolest period was from the 12th until' the 14th, and tbi warmest weather prevailed during tb closing days of tbe week. The loot drought was broken by showers wbici were geueral during the afternoon of the 12th and the forenoon of tbe 13th. The heaviest rain ""fell in the low" portion of the Willamette valley arri amounted to nearly three-qoarteri of an inch. "In the eastern and south) conn ties the rainfall was in mort places very flight and insufficient to lay the dost or to1 clear the atmos phere of smoke. The sunshine nearly normal and no damaging high winds occurred. ' At Grants Pass last week wajle except on3he" 12th and ; 13th,wbich were cloudy, hut no rain felLCooj weather prevailed "tiU towardtbec'; of the week," when it" began" to gro warmer. ' Refrigerators at 10 per cent disco,nt at Oramer Bros. .