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not poetical rtiough "
Various other iiutne were tried, only
o lv rejected l.y die fastidious author.
At IcuiMli a gNxeltot'r woe obtained,
ml Foster looked through kniiR llita
of nsmcimtll lit reachiil 8uwanee or
Hwanee, n It In usually written.
The eiittahlo iiniiio w an found, and In
Dili uisniicr was Immortality bestowed
upon tlut hitherto almost unknown lit
II southern r1r.-lhlladetphls Ree
oril. A IIMlt Ion frightens; great as
SHINE A 'i-J
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GRANTS PASS, OREGON
PUT THE RUBBISH TO USE.
Old Cloth and Furniture May Be
Ndd by Othara.
If there In piece of furniture about
tba bouse tbat I not actually In us
give It away. Get rid of It; elaao up
tha rubblab; clear out tba attic; don't
allow useless articles to accuroulata.
Tba habit of boarding win funned In
tba Jungle away back wben tba rare
waa bard pressed. Our anceatora later
on found that It wa a part of wisdom
to bang on to everything tbey could get
bold of, on tba theory that It would
aom day tw of use. and generally It
waa of nsa. So w hnv clung to tba
bault of buanllug until at thl tlmo
there are luuuy artii'lea about eery
bmue which arc "ol'.ilply um-Um and
wbk'b will never be twed by tha hnuae
hold (Set rul ( nm
Tba couaervatloa , of rctotuvea-th
ectiunniy about which e hear ao much
-doia not rontouiplata the vttbboldlng
from u of anything that may be of
ue. Indeed, connervaltnn nieana nilng
to the utuiott that which la unable In a
rational way. 8o jou are actually coo
ervlnij tba wealtb of the world by dl
poabig of that which In of no una to
yon, bat whlrb way 1 of uaa to aomc
ona elaa. I'oluuibiia Iu;atcb.
Cauraga and Cruelty.
' It la on of tba mean and morbid Ilea
tbat physical couraiin la connected with
cruelty, TotNlotttii mid K!pl'm:;:c uie
nowhere nioia atone than In maintain
lug this. They bave. I bclleviy some
small aectaraa "quarrel wltb each
other, tbe amnllone saying that cour
ace muNt be atmniloueil because It la
connected with cruelty and tba other
maintaining tbut cruelty la charming
because It Is a part of rournsa. But It
la all, thank tiotf, a lie. An energy and
boldness of body insy make a man
atupld or reckless or dull or drunk or
hunury. but It does not make him
lpltrful.-Ollhrt K. Chesterton
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
EtTactlr June 1, HIT.
Dally esoept Bunday.
Train 1 lr. OranU Paaa.. 1:00 p.
Train 1 Iv. Watara Omk S:00 p.
All tralna leva GranU Paaa from
tha corner of O and Eighth atreeta,
opposite tha Southern Paolflc depot
Tor all Information regarding
freight and paaaanger servlc eall at
tha offloa of tha oompany, Publlo Bar
vloa building, or phona 111 for.
C. L. Hobarl Company
; Scientific Farming ;
STORING POTATO CROP.
Kaamplaa af Above Oround ttarag
Used In Varieue Psrta af tha Country.
(Prepared by United Utiles department of
Tba lnaulated frame potato atorago
bouse la not used ery eitenalrely and I
as a rule la better adapted to southern 1
than to northern climatic conditions.
The construct Urn feature of surh a ;
storage house la the thorough Insula
tloti of lu walls, celling, doors and
wlndowa. The type of house described
In farmers' bulletin MH tut tba storage
of sweet potatoes will serve equally
well for tba Irish potato, but In the
case of tba latter no artificial beat will
be required. Facilities for beating
eturage house of tbe type under dis
cussion in the north at least must be
provided for extremely cold weather.
This la usually accomplished by means
of an ordinary besting stove. This
tyie of atoraito bouse 1 not to be rec
oiuniouded for northern locations, nor
la It advocated for tbe south except
where poor drainage conditions will
not (lertnlt the use of tbe dugout or
cellar atyle of bouse.' It la not reconi-
mcuiliHl because It cannot b so eco
nomically constructed, nor does it fur
utnli as good a type of alorage aa tbe
proerly rentllated cellar storage bouse.
The Aroostook Type af Storage Hsu.
Tbe Aroostook type of storage house.
wjth concrete -or mnsonry bssement
walla and ivboden auin-rstructure.
aeema to be distinctively a product of
Mslue and so far ss has been olmened
la not found to nuy extent outside of
tbat atate. It Is an expensively con-
etructcd hoiue and Is almost always
located on a sidcblll or knoll In order
that advantage may be taken of a
ground level cntrauce. Few, If any, of
these storai; bouses bave both front
and rear end driveway entrances on
the same ground level, but practically
all of tbem bare a rear ground level
basement driveway and a front ground
level entrance to tbe wooden super
structure. When the rear entrant Is
located In the end the Ixisemcnt la usu
ally divided Into a number of bins on
either side of tba driveway. The floor
may or may not be of cement. Usually
those storaiai houses tbut have a ce
ment Boor as well as tbose which do
not are provided with false wooden
floors to permit ventilation under the
piles of tulx'rs.
Tbe basements of the Maine type of
atoraee houses are usually from eight
to twelve feet lu depth, and most of
tbem hsve a capacity of several thou-
An lnsulstd rrsm potato storac
hous ussd for aiorlng oond crop
ot potato at Morrill, 'Ttx.
aand barrels. Aa a rule, the only pro
vision for tba ventilation, of the base
ment la by meana of trapdoors In the
floor above, through which tha filling
of the blna la completed. Occasionally
a ventilator la fouud In tha roof. In
storing the potato crop In tha base
ment the blna are flllud from one-half
to two-tbtida full from tbe basement
Boor, and. aa already atated, tha re
mainder of the bin la Oiled from the
upper Boor through a trapdoor over
each bin. In addition to serving a use
ful purpose In filling the blna and pro
tecting the potatoes from Inclement
wpHthcr. tbe wooden superstructure of
these storage, bouses may be used for
tlie housing of bay or grain or for bsi
itIs, sucks, larm liuplomeuta and wag
ons. Tbe house ahowu In Klg. 17 of
the bulletin Is representative nd gives
a fairly accurate conception of tbe
style of construction of Its exterior.
Thnt such houses have proved satis
factory to the potato grower lu Maine
la evident from the fact tbat practical
ly mi other style of Htato storage
hoiiN is In use In that state. It la not
conceivable, however, thnt they will
ever supersede the dugout pit or stor
hk cellar now ao extensively used In
the middle and fnr western states, and
It la not ot all probable thnt tbe latter
will ever supersedu the Aroostook type
In Maine. Uotb have distinctive fea
tures which peculiarly adapt them tu
thulr own environment, but do not nec
essarily preclude their use In other lo
calities. The t Artificially Refrigerated Stores
The arlldcliilly refrigerated potato
atunign bonne Is tit yet hardly In exist
ence. Tbe present line of this type of
storage bouse la con lined practically lo
tbe hnhlliig of northern grown aeed po-
' s .--nffc
Br i ii mi pr -m 'lr -r ' f nr' I
taNx'H In cold storage for second crop
planting In the south.
There Is probably little demand for
ill nrtltlclaily refrigerated iiotato t-ir
ngii liii0M lii Hie northern ixitulo grow.
tog aactlons of the United States, but tt
la deliataUle point whether communi
ty cold eturage plants could not be prof
itably employed by the southern truck
growers. At the prexent time prac
tically all of tbe northern grown eeed
used by the soulhi-ru Kroner Is shipped
to the south during the months of No
vember. lJc-viuler and Jutiuary, de
pending upon tbe locality to which It
la cotielKued. Aa a rnle. the seed stock
I lu transit from tbe north during
dnnCeroUHly cold weather, and It must
be iiccoinpunled by a (terson charged
with the responsibility of kceylng It
from freezing. Artltlclal beat la sup
plied to the car by moans of atoves.
ud tbey often require more attention
between stopping points than It la pos
sible to give them, w ith tbe result tbat
tbe enr gets overheated or too cold.
either of which conditions Is undesir
able for seed otatoes. If, on tbe other
baud, the southern grower had ault-
able stoiiiKn facilities he could pur
chase his supply of seed In tbe fall
and bave it delivered before cold
Pots to (torso bouu In Main,
showing s central driveway en
trance Into tli lower or bssement
portion. The end entrance Is mora
commonly uaed. crpeclally In Isrser
structures, ihsn ts the aide entrance.
weather seta In. It could then be plac
ed lu cold storngo or In a well con
structed bouse of the cellar pit style
witb a water tight root provided with
numerous ventilators for tbe free ad
mission of air when tbe outside tern
liernture permits. This practice would
remove very materially the present ob
jection, of the truckers to purchasing
their wed supply .subject to fall de
livery, because under good storage con
ditions the wed could tie easily kept
dormant until required for planting.
Such a change would also enable the
grower to buy but aeed for less money
than for midwinter delivery.
Tmprtur of Storage Rooms.
Tbe temperature at which the stor
age rooma lu which seed potatoea are
usually hold is maintained at from 82
degreea to 34 degrees F. It hi believed.
however, tbat 84 degreea to 38 degreea
F, would be a more satisfactory tem
For tbe last three seasons tha era'
lty brine system of refrigeration baa
been used In tbe potato storage room
of the department of agrtcqltur. With
this system, In which ice and salt are
naed aa a substitute for ammonia or
carbon dloxld In cooling the brine, tbe
maintenance of a constant temperature
la entirely dependent upon tie. thor
oughness with which tba aurroundlng
walla, celling and floor have Been ln
sulated and the attention given to re-
Icing tbe coll tank and to observing
that tbe brine In tha circulating colls
la actually circulating. Tha tempera
ture can be raised or lowered by aim-
ply varying tha proportions of lea and
salt used In tbe tank. Temperature
record a covering a week'a time have
frequently been secured In which there
waa practically no variation during tba
whole period. With thls'aystem It baa
been possible to keep aeei) potatoea
perfectly dormant until wanted for
r Tomato For Hog.
On farms where there Is an excess
of tomatoes tbe surplus may be cooked
and fed to hogs. The bogs would uot
out the green tomatoes unless conked.
That which Is uot needed for Inunedl
ate uho ta stored away In air tight bar
rcls for future use. 'The top layer de
cays, but tbut beneath remains good.
The Kltk room.
Tba milk room must be used exchv
slvely for the storage of milk. "No
admittance except oil business" should
be placed at the door and every one
and everything excluded thnt has uo
need of being there. This mtiHt he
clean In every comer and well venti
lated. , '
Dragoon uVctl to l'C armed with a
nhort nmnket which spouted out lire so
fiercely when the trigger was pnllrd
that It was called a "dragon," after
tho fabulous beast whime breath Is fire.
to well CNtalillshtxl did this name be
come for this firearm that a dragon
was en ura veil on the barrel, and the
men who used this particular weapon
were called "dragouns."
ANGEL oakae lOa; order by phono.
No. 110-J. I7tf
0. C. GRANT LANDS Blue print
Plata eoowing Ian da la Josephine
county, $1.60. Address A. E.
Voorhies, Orania Pass tf
TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS liaglc
Motor Oaa, 1 qnart oquale CO gal
lone gasoline. Guaranteed by
Auto Remedy Co., Cincinnati, O.,
and Magic Balee Co., Minneapolis.
Beware of imiutlona. Inquire
Cbaa. Mee, Applegata, Ore, and
M. Clemene, Druggist, GranU
Paaa. ' c2
FOR SALE A Bargain. Black
hqcae coming i yeara old, weight,
1,100. Bay horse 8 yeara old
weight, 1,100. Well broke single
or double. Nearly new 1 A wag
on. Good set of heavy harness.
Good act of single harness. . fit
worth of new 1 S-ot. canvas. Price
1180 for all or will aell any part
Inquire Myera Barber shop. 609 H
O atroet 67
FOR SALE-Oak dining table and
chairs, rocker, library table.
kitchen cabinet, dresser, carpet
sweeper, baby buggy and houae
hold goods at repair ahop No. 401
North 8ixth atraet Phone 1S2-R.
V ' 1 T II
CRAWFORD peachea for aale, three
boxes for $1.00 Phone 610-F-34
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four room
house, one large lot valued at
$500. Coos Bay, plenty work, less
than mile to Smith mills and new
ship yards. Will trade as . part
payment on 25 to 40 acres near
Rogue River or Gold Hill. Must
be few fruit trees and at least 20
acres of tillable land and water
for 5 acres or better. Not more
than one and one-half miles, to
school. Will assume mortgage
for few hundred dollars at low
Interest. R. 1. Box 86, J. C. Biel
man, Marshfield, Ore. 65
FOR SALE 'Five paaaenger Ford.
cheap, at Collins garage. 53
FOR SALE Chalmers 16 auto, only
run 7,000 miles, looka like new,
aell very cheap or will exchange
for Income property. U. A. Grif
fin, phone 145-L. 59
FOR RENT 3-room houae and fine
garden spot oa river bank,
blocks from Sixth street, at $4
per month. Inquire at Chaa. Mor
rison's grocery. 601 South Sixth
TREMOXT ROOMS i Now under
managment of Mrs. L. C. Arm
strong; 28 clean rooma at 35c
and .50c; special ratea by week
or month; also light housekeep
ing rooma Would like your pat
PARTLY furnished houae for rent
. Inquire Courier office. 46tf
FOR RENT Furnished houaekeen-
. tng rooma, also furnished alngle
room, reasonable rent, close In
621D, corner Seventh.,' Opposite
Baptist church. , 61
PIANOS, new and second-hand for
rent or aale oa easy monthly pay
ments; first , year's rent to apply
; oa purchase price. Rowell'a
music and Photo Houae. 7$
FOR RENT Partly furnished
. house, has good wall, across from
Riverside school house, conven
ient for school children. Inquire
709 South Eighth atraet - 58
FOR RENT 'Remodeled 6-room
house on G street, modern plumb
ing. Three or four well furnished,
comfortable housekeeping rooms
at 639 North Second street. U.
A. Grlffln. 59
WANTED 10,000 customers to
rlda dally In Jitney Luka'a taxt!
at 10 cenU each. Inquire at Tha
Spa confectionary, or phona
362-R. Country trips a special
ity, v Jtf
COMPETENT lady wlBhes work . In
hotel or bachelor or widower's
home. Will atay at home nights.
Address No. 1668, cars Courier.
20 tMEN WANTED for road work at
Yreka, Siskiyou county, Cal. Ad
Albert Anderson, Yreka,!1 th', Pupil-Three. Teacher-
A FEW good men wanted for saw
mill work at Wlldervllla. . Inquire
G. H. Carner. Phone 273-J. 67
WANTED Three axperlenoed truck
drivers, good .wags, steady Joh,
Inquire at Oolllns Auto Co. : 116
a street. v 5?
L. O. CLJaOBNT, M. D.-
Umlted to dbjsaese of the) eya, aac ,
bom and throat Olaaasa SUeS.
Oflea hottra Ml, M, or aa ap
pointment Oflaa pboae. It; raat
dence phona lit-:.
LOUOHRIDOI, IL D.. Fmralataa
aad urg eoa. Oty or conn try eaUa
attended day or alght Baalnanaa
phona III; oaVw phoma lit.
Sixth aad H. Tufa Building.
OR. ED. BT WATER Specialist ea
diseases of tha eye, ear, aoa axt
throat; glasaea sited. Ofllea hovra:
9 to 12 a. m., I to I p. m. Phomea
Resldenoe 260-L; office K0-I;
Maaonla Temple, Graata Paaa. Ora
A. A. WITHAM, M. D., Phyaialaa aaat
aurgaoa. Offloa: Ball Bide.
Sixth aad I atraota. Pkoaaa:
111; resSdenca g-J. Bonn: la.
n. to 4 p. aa. ".-gi'v" "
E. C. MACY, D. M. D. FlrsKsiaaf
dantlatry. 109 South Kxtt
street, Graata Paaa, Oregoa.
H. D, NORTON, . Attorney-at-4av
Practice la all Stata aad rdrsa
CoarU. rirat National Baak Bids.
COLVIQ ft WILUAMS Attaraov
at-Law GranU Paaa Baaklag Oa.
Bide, Graata Paaa, Ore.
E. S. VAN DTKE, Attorney.
In all eourU. Flrnt NaUoaal Baas
DURHAM RICHARD, Attoraaya-
at-Law. Offlca Ifaaoale Tetnaia
Graata Paaa, Or.
W. T. MILLER, AUorney-sU-Law.
County attorney for Joeepalaa
County. Offloa: Sehallhorn Bldg-
O. S. BLANCHARD, Attoraey-at-Law
Granta Paaa Banking Oa
Phono 170. Graata Paaa, Or.
V. A. CLEMENTS Attoraey-at-Law
Practlos la atata aad federal
courts. K Rooma S, aad I. over
CoMen Rule atore.
BLANCHARD BLANCHARD. Aa
toraaya. Albeit block, phone Itl-J.
Practice la all conrta; land
attorneys. . -.
VKTERUf ART SURGEON
DR. R. J. BE8TUL, . Vaterinartaa.
Offloa la Wlaatront Implen
Bldg. Phone lll-J Reside
DRATAGB AND TRAITORS
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. AM
klnda of drayage and , traaafar
, work carefully and promptly dona.
Phona lll-J. Stand at fratght '
depot - A. Shade. Prop.
F. G. ISHAM, drayage aad traaafer.
Safes, planoa aad furniture moved,
packed, shipped aad stored. Pttoaa
dirk Holmaa. No, II.
.aaoa pboaa llt-R.
ini. WORLD MOVES; so do w.
wnnch Broa. Transfer Co. Phona
II7-R, '-.;.,..-.- -, ... ...
ABBA YE M8
E. R. CROUOH Aaaayer, ehexoM.
meteUnrctst, Rooma 201-191 Pad
dock BaUdlng, GranU
QASQUET RESORT At tba edga ot
'tha redwoods, aooommodattoae for
tourtata, hotel ft Pr drj, alectrla
lU'ited CJunp grounds, garage aad
areaaaorlaa, groearlaa . and anp.
pllea, flahlng and hunting, m. R.
Prloa, Propr. llttf
KINDERGARTEN Miss Telford's
kindergarten opens Monday, Sep
tember 10th, at 411 C St. lit!
CLOTHES REPAIRED Mending
and darning neatly dona at 411
C St ! lltt
a, MACMURRAY, teacher of vote
aiiIIiim knA klfiffln I .unn. MM.
at home of jupll If requested. Ad
drjas 111 Laa atraet Ilia
MISS ALMA WOLKE, teacher of
piano and harmony. Special
courses given in kindergarten
' jnuelc. , Address 706 North Fifth
street. Phona 208-L. - 75
Last Kind tha Worst
Teacher How mauy kinds of poetry '
What are they T Pupil-Lyric, drama be
and epidemic Life.
The No Kiss. ;.
.The nose kiss fxialn lu races ao far
aart aa tbe Ek!n oi of tbe arctic and '
tha Maoris of New Zealand.
Dally Conrier $4.60 Sept. II. '