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r AGB TWO P1ILV KO:rB tUVKM OH'KIKK FBI BAY, NOVKMItKIt I, 101 H. Mil ROGUE RIVER Wmf Published Dally Except Saturday A. E. VOORHIK8, Pub. and Propr. Cater! at postofflc. OranU Pas. Ore., at teeond class mall matur. ADVERTISING RATES Maplay pae, per Inch.... 16 local-personal column, per Una 10c faaaders, par lln. 6e DAILY COURIER ' y mall or carrier, per year....$6.00 Br mall or carrier, p.r monta- ,6u WEFRLY COURIER mall, per year -11.501 WTMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESo The Associated Press Is excluslrely ratltled to the use for republication at all news dleoatohes credited to It or not otherwise credited In this aper and also the local news pub lished herein. All rights of republication of ape . rial dlsputche herein are also rwarred. , Buy Mow Fancy Willamette Burbank i' POTATOES Guaranteed Strictly No. 1 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur lUgvn. of I UlondoK vlsltad his sister. Mrs. Clenn Wnnlrlp Sunday. ' , KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY QUALITY FIRST Grecian Building Materials. Brick la tbo niont common kind of , building innterlnl In Hulenlkl and In all ; New tlrwce. Wooden structures are . rare, on account of the short iik of ; timber. Stone Is little used, except fur underground wttlls and founds- i tlons. Ordinary walls art built with both plain and hollow bricks. The former, being more solid, are generally uned for the building of lower stories, while hollow bricks are commonly i-m- i ployed In tlx upper stages. The prln- ; clpnl kind of roofing used Is made of flat tiling. Waahlns Poor PeonlCs Feet. i The custom of washing the feet of the poor on Maundy Thursdny at Whitehall was observed by biigiuw sovereigns until the end or the sev enteenth century. After that the cere mony was performed on their behalf by the Archbishops of York until the mid dle of the eighteenth century. llutter Wrappers printed to com ply with the law at the Courier. ATTENTION! Tltl'CK, TBAtTOU ANH Al -, TOMOBILK OWNEBH We have In our employ one of the bent acetylene welders on tho const. All kinds of heavy inarhlnery and aluminum erank cases welded. Wo weld anything. All kind of In' he tvoik turned mil. PRICES HEAHONARI.K Pliomt lMI Crater Lake Motor Co. MEBFOHB, OBKJON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918. IUshlng schools at tho mtlltary camps to teach the foreiEn soldiers the Impanlnr of "un." "cannon." "for arrt. march." and "on to Berlin.' UKIUUI MMinim t-i .., ,h -rm.,i l 11 vrtJBUU uici m uv.,u I . . . lit ........ 1 Aiitatfia 1 Vl 0 rinnrtv. with rain in tho -Ms-uuula' -" ' wiv latato take the matter? Will the T" jiuuuctu yvi mwub - I - winds. man worth while, with a family 'wU-h wh11. consider this a Rood JAPANESE DEMOCRACY state into which to bring nis cnu- T.non vhlnh hu often been re-ldrenT DeclOeaiy not. e i" re garded as a military autocracy, in I main in a state, or move to a state, snlte of iU constituUonal ' govern- where his children are offered pro- ment, has now taken on the definite per educational advantages. character of a monarchic democracy .... . t.i.- I Three hundred thousand dollars Alter me paiicru ui vji cav dumiu. I . AAA t.atiMlail The new premier, Takashi Hara. is g" ":me "om . . m whn hn life acres west of town rill make bus- as a newspaper reporter and who " hum- The voters have 11 represents the popular party now within their power to make perma Tominant in the affair of the na-ent prosperity by voting yes on the tion. It is the first time that the franchise question next Tuesday. active head of the Japanese eovern . . . ,. ,. I Italy la to launcn a great oaeu- ment has ever been other- than a ' 1 o;. A nn tho t-nitori Stnfpo She is nre- nobleman. ' . . paring to send a big smpmeni oi The program announced by Pre- F " I II. V.I nntw UltVI 11B1 AO AAA nwau WIIU 1 11 J Bib nation. He deflres to .bring the Japanese government wholly .into agreement with the spirit of democ. I- FETJITDALE Little Genevieve Wardrlp was quite sick this week with stomach trouble. 1. J,. Hagen returned from Marsh field Saturday and is harvesting bis grapes. Mr. LeMar, who has been staying with the Hamilton family the past six months, left for Richmond, Cal., Thursday to live with his son. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts a'nd their daughter Gladys and her husband. Mr. Sequin, returned from Callfor nla thia week and will be at home on their ranch. The Fruitdnle school reopened Monday morning. ' Mr. and Mrs. Silllman and Mrs. Jeffers. of Medford, visited at the Neilson home Sunday evening. The Frultdale grape harvest is nearly finished. They have brought good returns this year. Joseph Proff, who has been keep ing a dairy near Duluth. Mlnu., writes that the forest fire which swept over that section, took every thing they had exespt their lives and the cows and horse. Poet Immortalized Hemp, Longfellow has immortalized the uses of hemp In his famous poem. "The racy now animating the world and RopewalV in which he makes ns see ' the rope made Into a swing for two o strongly exemplified by the na- loT.lv maiden. the tiehtrone for the tions with which she is allied in the I tired, spangled girl of the cheap street vanaevme snow, tne cora inai ine oiu i hptl rlnppr nulls when he rlnes the 1 tr. j . i.f ... I - ' xie .menus, ne Baj-B, iu Cuiu..ic noonuay hour; through his eyes we see good relations with the United the schoolboy flying bis kite, the farm- States and see "everv shadow of mis- r' drawing a bucket of cool wa ter from the well on the old homestead, unuersiauumg removeu. BIW, mBn ..... npflnt!flli nctnres. This task lg much easier than it "u"'u UBVe UKKU a lew a Bicycle to Travel on Water, We have been learning something! A unique device produced by a Jer about our friends and enemies, sey City Inventor Is a water bicycle, I if first slirht tho mnehlne looks like a actual and prospective. Most Intel- W1 wlth BleIgh mnner, lnstead of llgent Americans know by this time wheels; but It carries, also, two lurga that our fear and distrust of Japan a'r tanks to support both machine and . . , I nuer. u is sain to ue uunsiuKuuie. ubb uren uue cnieny to merman propaganda. Why are seven chops belter one? WW w. than BOTH ARE PORGOTTEX A 'Medford paper says "only by voting for Oswald West for United States senator can the people of Jackson county show that they are hack of the president." The Medford paper fails to men- tion anything about being loyal to the war and Old Glory. Poor Old Glory poor old Constitution of the United States you are both forgot ten by the democrats In their frantic partisan appeal, but perhaps they won't need either of yon so long as Because there ar more of them: they have Woodrow. The United States still has a great war to win, so why should the denv ocrats stir up a fuss while the old war wagon is yet in the middle of the stream? It would he much bet ter to keep all our political horses hitched np, and let each of them strive the harder to pull the war load out of the river. THERE I SXO LIMIT TO THK M MISKK OK CHOI'S VK HAVE HEME FOK YOU! PORK CHOI'H, VEAL CHOPS, LA Mil CHOPS, MlTTON CHOI'S WE HAVE THEM IX PROI-THIOX WE SUGGEST AS A CONCLUSION .BETWEEN' YOU ANI THEM, COLLUSION! If the United States bad put the time and money Into teaching Eng lish to foreigners which she has been putting into teaching German to Americana in our schools, there 'Would have been no need for yestab- The City Market 1 403 G STREET PHONE till T ETTERS from our boyi in the trenches ana from th8 women in canteen and other war work, all bring to us the same mes sage SEND US NEWS FROM HOME." World news is all right, but OUR BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from sending their papers free to anyone, even boys in the service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William Eoyce Thompson of New York, who is acting as President of the Home Paper Service of America to give the boys what they are calling for. Every community is joining the movement Let us see that our boy are not forgotten. Send to the publisher of this newspaper whatever amount of money you can -t cents or $50.00. We- will publish a list each week of those contributing, and the amounts contributed. Every cent received will be used to send this paper to our boye at the front. If at the end of the war, there is any surplus, it will be turned over to the local Red Cross Committee. There is no profit in this to the publisher even in normal times, subscriptions are not sold at a profit. With war prices prevailing, and the high rate of postage on papers sent to France, our cost will scarcely be covered by our full subscription price. Remember that over in France, some brave nnMipr or sailor from this town perhaps even some splendid woman -working within sound of the guns is deper''-" on you to "KEEP TUB HOME LOVE KI.M- -0." They are calling to YOU from "Over TherV GIVE. WHAT YOU CAN SURSCRIITION8 HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AS FOLLOWS: Herman Horning : a,SM Frank M. LeUnd - aMU Morrison - 2,0(1 Morrison - - hitney Allyn - 1 Alonxo Jones - Lamb Legs , t 9 HPALK about meat I li there's one thing a butcher must do, it is to please his customers all tho time. . And it's no walkover. For instunco. take logs of Inmb or veal. We aim constantly to give just the size wanted and to assuro satisfaction in the UmJcr ncss of the meat. We're succeeding pretty wi ll, thank yon. Shall we show ymi bow we do it! iva y';. 2.60 1.00 1.50 56e Temple Market Kindly Remember Me at the General Election, Tuesday, Nov. 5 FOB COUNTY TliE.YSl ltllR 44 X AMY BOOTH HOLMES Keellnit myself qmillfleil for this poHltlon liy reason of un ex tended clerical experlonce In furious biiHlneas eiiterprlHeH durliiK my lifetime, 1 have miirto the best cnmpnlKn posnlblo with tin limited time a candldute of the people could afford tb give to these matters during these busy sml Htrnnuous limes and I wish to thank thoHo friends and the peoplo generally wh have .Klven my enndldaey mii.li kind lntorHt and attention. I wish to nsHiiro you that It Is sincerely appreciated and If elected, 1 promlne to Mlve such ecrvlcu to all who have dealing with the office lli.it will merit the confidence and respect of the peoplo of tho comity. U'ald Adv.) WRITE IN NAME OF Conrad P. Olson And make an X lx-foro It In tho spneo on the ballot as nIiowii be low. ,M STICK OK HI THEME COURT. To fill vacancy cnuMKl by ileutli of Frank A. Moore. Vole for Ono- JUSTICE OLSON IS HOUARE ABLE and NOW SEHVINU BY AP POINTMENT. WHY ilAN(E? Full Line of Auto Supplies TIRES-A11 Sizes 0. L HOBART CO.