Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, October 16, 1916, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    MONDAY, IMTOIU'll til, 10 1 (I,
DAILY ROGVB filVKK COUKIEH
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Classified Advertising
COUNTY AGENT'S
NOTES
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two years helps tobacco consider'bl 0,Q
This Natural Ageing Is the One
- Way to Bring Tobacco to Its Best
YOU can prove It for
yourself by smoking
a pipeful of VELVET
the tobacco aged in
Nature's way.
This two years' natural ageing
gives VELVET a mellow
smoothness that age atoho gives
to tobacco. Try it
10c Tins
6c Metal-lined Bags
One Pound Glass Humidors
BRITISH DEADLY MOTOR "TANKS" ARE AMERICAN
WifiT P ill
I lux Is Hin cnternllliir tnicior, or mmor "whir, mum-m n-m..., .... .. ......,. ........
' ", . "f,,iiv h, ihhhuIIh on the tlermnn twvhea on the Routine. These tractor, nm.le originally for ngrlciil.
, " al s. m . vcru..l by ll Hrlltali Into armored .rucks ami equipped with three machine gun. They
1 I S wi.lk thresh foivM nml crawl over shell enter In the Mcc of imense tiring, Germany In thsslege
ef Llego "'d nlim.t forty nf thee trwiiMH WirhMit minor or uun e-iulpuicin
GEIN1 a few seasons in the bushes never hurts
Bur Leasue timber any. An'azein'inthewood
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During (he punt year SO carload
of live stock and 40,000 pound of
wool, valued at 1100,000, have been
fiold In Portland market on the co
operative plan by C. J. Hurd, mar
ket mwrter for the farmer of Lane
county. Mr. Hurd acta for a com-
jmltteo under the auspice of the Lane
.County Pomona grange, attendato the
j business of shipping and clllng the
jfarmer' product. The farmer tele
phone him what they have to sell,
land when he ha enough for a car
jload, he notifies them when to de
I Hver.
j The expense to tho farmer 1 llitht.
jEacb consignor bear hi pro rata
j share. In addition to the actual
i freight and cartage expense, a charge
jof tlO a oar I made to defray oper
ating expense. Thla give the imall
.shipper tho ame freight rate a the
jhlg shipper. The return la made to
(the farmer after the sale ha been
jmade. Thl plan ha been In opera
tion about a year, and has proven
. very successful.
I 0. D. THOMPSON',
j County Agricultural Agent.
AJHI T,Tt U W, OI.I.WJK
.MOV.tliLK SCHOOLS
j The week of movable school for
Josephine county will begin to
j morrow, Tuesday, at Spence hall. The
next session will be held' ft Wllder
; vllle church, Wednesday; then at
William hull on Thursday, and Fri
day at Murphy Orange hall. These
ai'Bslon begin ajt K:4."i, and continue
.throughout the clay,
j Prof. Fltts la to present the sub
ject of "Better Cow" and "Hog Feed
ing and Management"; Prof. Larson
will take up the subject of "The Po
tato and How to Crow It" and "Soil
'Acidity and Liming, or Sour Soils and
(Tholr Treatment." and Mis Turley
(wH give a practical cooking demon
stration. firing your family and lunch and
spend the day In school.
I am very anxious to have every
one hear Mr. Larson on the anil ques
tion. C. D. THOMPSON, j
County Agricultural Agent.
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WALDO
Mr. Ceclle Slagle hns returned
home after visiting relatives in and
near Grant Pass for the past month.
' Mr. W. J. Wimer and Miss Sadie
Pence called on. Mrs. J. A. Dysert
Friday.
Mr. Chaa. Johnson and Mrs. R. J.
White motored to Grants Pasa Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jewell and Mr.
and Mr. O. S. Brown, of Grant
Pass, were Takllma visitors one day
last week, and while here visited at
the home of Mr. and Mra. L. D. Cor
bett. Mts. W. H. Winters and two chil
dren, of Crescent City, arrived In
Waldo Friday to visit Mrs. Winters'
mother, Mrs. Cecil Single.
' Mr. and Mra. Chas. Johnson spent
.Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
R. .1. White.
Miss Anxle Webb has returned
home, after spending a month with
;Mr8. Emma Armstrong, of Waldo.
Miss Mary Wilson called on Mrs.
L. D. Corbett Sunday. ,
1 The Waldo Sunshine club mem-
ibers held their regular meeting
Thursday afternoon at the home of
the Misses O'Brien. There were ton
member and five visitors present.
The hostess of the day, Mrs. Frank
I Harris, served dainty refreshments
I to all, after which Mrq. Proebstel en
Iterlnlned the club by playing several
'selections on the pluno.
I Mr. Joe Skeeters and sun,
Charles, were Waldo visitors Satur
day,
8pollinfl It.
Wife What a darling you re to ad
ult that you are In I lie wrung! Hub
by Yes; my mother taught tne that ll
was easier lu tho long nm to give In
to ii woman than to tirmie.-Toledo
ltlmle. '
TIME CARD
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
(The Oregon Cavea Route)
Effective Monday, May 1, 1916.
Train 1 Iv. Grants Pass 7:00 a m
Arrives Waters Creek 8:00 a.m.
Train 4 lv. Waters Crek....5:00 p.m.
Arrives Grants Pass 6:00 p.m.
Dally except Sunday.
All trains leave Grants Pass frnw
the corner of G and Eighth streets
opposite the Southern Pacific depot
For all Information regardln
frelg'-t and passenger service call at
the office of the company, Public Scr
vice building, or phone 1S1 for
ame,
tOU SAUL
ANGEL CAKES Phone orden to No.
J90-J. 7l7tf
WINONA BERKSHIRES If you
want the moat pork per lb. of lead,
get a Winona Berkhlre (or yonr
nest herd boar. Spring pig aver
aged 100 lba. each at (our month.
P. R. Steel, Winona Ranch, Ran)
Root No. 1. 830tf
M-ROOM house, partly furnished, lot
76x100, on 81xth street, for aale
real cheap, or will trade. For par
ticular Inquire B. A. William. S2S
O atreet 878
SLIGHTLY USED Chevrolet car.
model 490, five-passenger touring
car, In flrat-claaa condition, with
extra equipage, lor aale at a sacri
fice. W. 8. Maxwell. 87tf
FOR SALE Fife acrea in Grant
Pass, home-like place, good build
ings, will stand Inspection, title
clear, tasea paid, can give Imme
diate possession. Cash down
$1,000; balance of $1,500 to ault
purchaser. No agents. 'Apply to
owner, H. E. Oething. Oakland,
Oregon. 879
OUROC JERSEY PIGS Boars and
gilt eligible to registry. Four
month old pigs for sale at reason
able prices. Phone . or addres
Frank Hill, Murphy, Ore. Phone
Provolt central. 869tf
$1,600 BUYS comfortable, neat, four
room cottage, with acre of splendid
garden ground, berries, some fruit,
water tor irrigation, pump on back
porch. Rogue River avenue. Term
to responsible- party. (For particu
lars, Inquire No. 1818, care
Courier. 870tf
FOR SALE Holstein bull, two years
old. Pedigree and price on appli
cation. A bargain. F. H. Hastay,
,Route 1. 876
SQUASH FOR SALE For stock or
table use. Delivered or In field.
Grant Cox, Route 2. 876
BARGAIN $100 talking machine
and record for $25. See It at
Mclntyre's Cyclery. 877
FOR SALE Work horse,.very cheap;
Bve-year-old cow; 25i -inch wagon.
A.J.Green. Phojie 614-F-2. 878
FOR SALE Ford runabout. In good
condition. Address No. 1843, care
Courier. 879
FOR SALE One horse and buggy.
4-year-old Jersty-Durham cow, one
heifer yearling, chickens, rabbits,
pig, farm Implements, hay and corn,
furniture. Will rent or lease place.
40 acres, and give splendid oppor
tunity to reliable party. H. M.
Bateman, Merlin, Oregon. 876
FOR'SALE Bedrob'm'furnltureTCall
7S9 North Sixth. Phone S20. L.
B. Breexe. 876
FOR SALE CHEAP 18,000 com
mon brick. Make us an offer. In
qulre'ot the Dyer company at sugar
factory. 878
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY to buy
lots. For ten days I will sell my
lots In Lincoln park at extremely
low prices. Have a few at $125,
more at $150. Lot on Sixth
street, $150; on Lawnrldge avenue,
$250. Must raise some money Im
mediately,, reason for selling.
Arthur Conklln, 112 C street.
Phone 215-Y. 876
$.150 BUYS a Model 30 Bulrk road
ster. Electric lights, Temco shock
absorbers, side light and other ac
cessories. Mechanical condition
line. Inquire at Room 2, Masonic
building, or phone 174-J. 880
FOR SALE Low wheel wagon, al
most new, $25. Inquire M. T.
Sturrcvant, 80S Mend street. 876
WANTED
WANTED Second-hand cutting box
for cutting com fodder. J. H.
Harris, route 4. 876
a nxTR.vnrs
ABSTRACTS by" 0 rants PawTAiistraVt
company to Josephine county prop
erty are prepared by owner, W. E.
Hanson. Have some printed stock
With low price. Old abstracts con
tinued. 894
MIHCKI. LAMKOC8
CRYSTAL SPRINGS water ,put up In
-gallon glms jars and delivered
at your door, fresh, pure, sanitary.
Telephone 298-11 and water wagon
will cll
TAXI STAND at the Mocha Cafe. Any
where In town 10c. Thone 181-R.
"Residence phone 24!t-L. tl
.lob printing of every description
t Hie Courier :lllce.
Letterheads the noitrler.
PHY8ICIAX8
L. O. CLEMXNT, M. D, Practice
limited to dli eases of the eye, ear.
nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-13, 1-5, or oa aa-.
polntmenL Office phone, II; resi
dence phone S69-J. - ;
8. LOUOHRIDGE, M. D., Physician
and surgeon. City or country call
attended day or night. Residence ;
phone 168; office phone 111.
Slx(h and H. Taffj Bids.
J. P. Truax, M. D Physician aad
surgeon. Pbonea: Office III; resi
dence 824. Calls answered at all
hoars. Counter calls attended to.
Lnndburg Bldf.
DR. ED. BY WATR Specialist oa
dlseast of eye ear, aoae aa
throat; glasses fitted. Office hoars:
9 to 12 a, m., I to p. m. Phomea:
Residence 2H-J; office 117-J,
Schmidt Bldg, Grants Pass, Ore.
A. A. WITHAil, H. D., Phystdaa aa
Surgeon. Office: Hall Bldg corn
er Sixth and 1 streete. Phones:
Office 116; residence 282-J. Honrs
9 a. m. to 4 p. m. ;
DENTISTS
E. C. MACY, D. M. D. First-class
deritlstry. 109H South Sixth
street, Grants Paas Ore.
BERT R.' ELLIOTT, D. M. D. Mod
ern dental work. Maud B. Brad
ford, dental assistant. Room 4
' and 5, Golden Rale Bldg. Grants
Pass, Ore. Phone 265-J.
ATTORNEYS
H. D. NORTON. Attorney-at-Law
Practice In all State and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
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COLVIG & WILLIAMS Attorneya-
at Law, Grants Pas Banking Co.
Bldg, Grants Pass, Ore."!
E. S. VAN DYKE. Attorney. Practice
In all courts. First National Bank
Bldg. ' - . . - '
EDWARD H. RICHARD, Attorney.
at-Law. - Office . Masonic Temple,
Grants Pass, Ore. . ,
W. T. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law.
County attorney for Josephine
County. Office: Schallhorn Bldg.
O. S. BLAXCHARD, Attorney-at-Law.
' Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
Phone 170. Grants Pass, Ore.
V. A. CLEMENTS Attorney-at-Law,
Practice in state and federal
courts. Rooms I and S, over
Golden Rule store.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION Franco
Belgian school of violin playing.
E. R. Lawrence 815 I street
J. S. ilACMURRAT, teacher of voice
culture and singing. Lessons given
at home of pupil If requested. Ad
dress 716 Lee street. 851tt
UKAYAGE AND TRANSFER
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. All
klnda of drayage and transfer
work carefully and promptly done.
Phone 1S2-R. Stand at freight
depot. A. Shade, Propr.
F. G. I SHAM, drayage and transfer.
Safes, pianos and furniture moved,
packed, shipped and stored, Phone
Clsrk ft Holman, No. 50. Resi
dence phom 124-R.
THE WORLD MOVES; so doVwe.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phone
15-R.
LODGES
GRANTS PASS Lodge No. 84 A. F.
A. M. Stated Communica
tions 1st and Sd Tuesdays.
Visiting brethren cordially
invited. A. K. Cass, W. II.
Ed. G. Harris, secretary.
GOLDEN RULE LODGE, NO. 78, 1 O.
OO. F meets every Wed
nesday evening In I. O. O.
F. hall, corner 6th and H.
Sis. Visiting Odd Fellows cordially
Invited to be present. Emll Gebers.
N. Q.; Clyde Martin, Secretary.
DECORATORS AND PAINTERS
PAPBRH ANQING, graining, paint"
Ing. For the best work at lowest
prices phone 293-J. C. O. Plant,
Bouth Park street.
VETERINARY SI HflEON
DR. R. J. RRSTL'L, Veterinarian.
. Office In Wlnetrout Implement
tlldg. Phone 113-J, Residence
Phone 805-R.
ASHAYE119
R7CR"OUCfl, AMayerceinlt,
metallurgist. Rom 201-20S Pad
dock Building Grants Pass.
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