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F1CED ftnd IJvn7y 8labio -Hay and
grain for sal. Uod Kront Darn,
Pi-tor Grnvlln, Prop. 16
FOR BALE OR TIIADB U00 acres
good land, tlireo sots ot houses,
nenr town and school, for Oregon
land. Address J. O. Coffoy (own
or) Mountalnalr, Now Mexico. 06
JITNKY SBR.V1C15 Any where, any
lime, d'lione Mocha Ccfe 181-11
Otto J. Knlps, ftoaldonce 149-Y.
HKMHTITCHINO and peootlng done
to order Handicraft Shop, Mod
KOirBAJjS6ut and voti:h huy in
bain, 712 North KUIith street,
Phono 13-1.. 07
roinfAUS H(idCrown khsoNihTzO
cent gallon; ZroJm oil. 20
conls quart, by the gallon. ' 7 He
Seven bicycles, 1 Indies'
bicycle, from $10 to 114. Tlm
inom Oarage, rod, South Sixth. 06
THE PICTURES MUX for fine photo
graphs. Open dally except Baw
day from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sun
day altttnga by appointment onl
Phone Mill, 2S1-K, or realdeno
FOR SAIJC 40 tone flint class al
falfa hay, buled. at tbe barn. C.
Xh Woolvfrton, Roguo Rlvor, Ore
DR. R. J. BE8TUL. Veterinarian
OOloe, r.stdence. Pbone J0S-R
FOR SALE Strawberry planu.
A. ailanchard, North Kourth
FpK SALE Kord In flno condition,
u'lcclrln alartrr, seat covers, $550.
John H. Dentson. 06
FOR RENT llulldlng and gasoline
pump located at 606 Houth fllxth
Blrm. ubone C12-P-21. 07
W ANTED Karm hi'lp. Steady lobe,
good pay. River Ilanka Farm, tf
WANTE1 I'oalllon aa driver for
stsxe, truck or garage, 17 years
uperlnnce gaa engines, alx yeari
driving, diploma for driving and
repairing, also flmt class strain
engineer, IS yeara experience. W.
. 1.. nnrxe. 361 I atreet. Grants
I'm. Ore. 06
WANTED Woman for itcneral
boiiHwork. nhone 277-J. OK
WANTED Ilorao, weight about
HOD pounds. Answer by letter
to R. F. D. No. 2, Uox 57A, tlranta
I'm. Ore. OR
MRS. JOS. MOSS
EUGENE L. COBURN
O. CLEMENT. M. O., Practle
limited to diseases of the eye, ear
neta and throat. Olaseea fitted
Offloe hours -12, 2-6, or on ap
polntment Office pboae 42, real
dence pbene 159-J.
LOUOHJIIIKJK. M. D., Phystoti
and aurgeon. City or country calli
attended day or nlgbt. Resldsno
Dhone 86: office phone lit
Blxth and I!. TuBs Bldg.
OH. J. O. NIRLKY, Pbyalclan am
aurgeoi. Lundburg Bldg. Healti
offloer. Office boura, I to 12 a
m. and 1 to 6 p. m. Phone J10-J
. A. WITHAM, M. D. Interna
medicine and nervous dlseasee
102 Corbett Dldg., Portland. Or
Hour 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
A. BURBELL M. D. D. C In block
north of poatoBlce, corner Sixth
and D etreeta. aurglcal, electrical
chlropratlc and osteopathic, treat
ments. Office phone 197-R; real'
dence phone 333-11,
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-ia
Practices In all Btate and Federa
Courts. First National Bank Bid
COLVIO ft WILLIAMS, Attorneyt
it-Uw, Oranta Pass Banking C.
Bldg., Oranta Pass, Oregon.
E. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prar
tloe In all court. First Nations
O. S. BLANGHARD, ttorney
Law. 'Golden Rule Bulldln
Pbone 270. Grants Pass, Oregq
Orantg Pass, Orexon.
November 2, IMS.
Editor Rokuo River Courier,
In rejily to your question as to
ocnl needs for more normal schools
n our state we wish to make the
The teaching profession has been
so depleted by the men and women
golna: Into tho aervleo and other
more lucrative lines of activity that
no morn trained teachers can bo se
cured to fill further vacancies In our
chools. Even though the war may
close soon very few of these will
find their way back Into the pro
fession on account of better pay In
other linos of aervlce. We have
tried to get teachers from this state
and other states and find that they
cannot be eecored. The city and
ural schools have had to employ
unprepared teachers who have been
out of service for years in order to
fill their schools and even now some
schools are not filled. In adjacent
counties large numbers of schools
have not been able to open because
teachers cannot be secured.
We sincerely hope that the voters
of Josephine county will realize this
condition and not vote against more
normal schools next Tuesday.
ALICE M. BACON,
County School Superintendent
J. O. I MEL.
. Superintendent City Schools
World Ha Never Knows Its Equal
"What will gst rid of my corn?"
Th answer has bsen made by mil
lions there's only one corn-rmo.r
that you can bank on. that's abso
lutely certain, that makes any corn
BLANCH AMD ft BLANCHARD. Ai
torneva. Albert Bldg. Phon
J16-J. Practice In all courts; law
GEO. S. CALHOUN
C. A. SIDLER..Attorney-at-Law, ret
ere In bankruptcy. Masonl
temple. Grants Pass, Oas.
E. C. MACY, D. M. D. K1rst-laa.
dentistry. 10H. 8outh Slxti
street. Oranta Pass, Oregon.
GEO. W. LEWIS
C. A. SIDLER
Republican Nominee for
.Toscpliine County, Oregon
AMY BOOTH HOLMES
Democratic Candidate for
V Justice of Supreme Court Conrad
P. OlBon Is bMo, aggressive and
nr;inre. Write hla name on ballot
November 6th to succeed himself in
vacuncy caused by death of Frank A.
HHICHESTER S PILLS
J " " Til 1UAMOND BRAND, A
1iaHo5o IIHANB I' i 1.1AM,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
ItKAYAGK AND TKANbi ca.
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Al
kinds of drayage and tranaf
werk carefully and promptly lout
Phone 181-J. Stand at frelgb
depot. A. Shade, Prop.
THE WORLD MOVES; so do w
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Ptaow
G. ISUAM, drayage and tranatei
8afes, llanos and furaltur
moved, packed, shipped and stor
ed. Phone Clark ft Holman. Nu
K0. Residence phone I24-R.
The 'California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Dally .except Sunday
Effective May 1, 1918
Train 1 lv. Oranta Pass.. 1:00 p. m
Train 2 lv. Waters Creek 3:00 p. m
All trains leave Grants Pass from
the corner of O and Eighth streets,
opposite .the Southern Pacltto depot.
For all Information regarding
freight and passenger service call al
the office of the company, Ltindburi
building, or phone 131 for same.
CscB-Psia b EaMd-tb Con b DoosmJI
on earth peel Hunt off ltke a banana
skin and that's mnulo "Geta-If
Tight shoes and dancing even when
you have a corn need not disturb
you if you apply a few drops of
Oets-H" on the corn or callus.
Tou want a corn-peeler, not a corn
fooler. You don't havs to fool with
corns you peel them right off with f
your fingers by using "Qets-If
Cutting mskes corns grow an4
bleed. Why use Irritating aalvea
or make a bundle of your toe with
tape or bandages? Why putter and
still have the corn? I'se "Oets-It"
your corn-pain is over, the corn
Is a s-oner" sure as tbe sun rues.
"Oets-It." the guaranteed, money
back corn-remover, the only sure
wt. coets but a trine at any drug store.
M'f'd by a. Lawrence Co. Chicago, Ilk
Sold In Grants Pass, and recom
mended as the world's best corn
remedy by George C. Sabln.
Grants Pass & Crescent City Stage Co.
W. T. Ureen, Propr.
H. Glddlngs, Agent
Big Pierce Arrow Cars
Office Old Observer Blk. Corner Seventh and G streets Phone, 24
Telephone 228-J and 108
IT AV1NQ too little light
puts a strain on chil
dren's vision that they may
never outgrow! Why .not
have plenty of light? Na- '
tional MAZDA Lamps give
three times the light of old
fashioned, carbon lamps
without adding a penny to
your light bill.
Rogue River Hardware
' Geo. R. Kiddle, Mgr.
The following candidates for County offices are
presented to you by the Republican Party for elec
tion Tuesday, November 5th, 1918.
THESE CANDIDATES ARE INTENSELY PATRIO
TIC, EFFICIENT AND TRUSTWORTHY. IF THEY
ARE ELECTED THEY WILL RENDER TO THE TAX
PAYERS OF THIS COUNTY FULL MEASURE OF
For County Sheriff Geo. W. Lewis.
For County Clerk Eugene L. Coburn.
For County Treasurer Geo. S. Calhoun..
For County Surveyor John Dubuis.
For County Coroner S. Loughridge.
For County Commissioner, to fill vacancy J. S. McFad
den. e .
For County Commissioner, full term W. F. McCabe.
FOR THE STATE
United States Senator (Short term) Fred W. Mulkey,
of Multnomah County.
United States Senator (Long term) Charles L. McNary,
of Marion County. 1
Representative in Congress First district W. C. Haw
ley, of Marion County.
Governor James Withycombe, of Marion County. n
State Treasurer Q. P. Hoff , of Multnomah County.
Justice of Supreme Court Chas. A. Johns, of Multnomah
Attorney General George M. Brown, of Douglas County.
Superintendent of Public Instruction J. A. Churchill, of
Labor Commissioner C. H. Gram, of Multnomah County.
Public Service Commissioner Fred A. Williams, of Jose-,
Superintendent Water District No. 1 Percy A. Cupper,
of Marion County.
For Representative, Seventh District C. A. Sidler
Vote For These Candidates
PUT AN "X" IN FRONT OF EACH OF THESE
NAMES ON THE BALLOT NEXT .TUESDAY MORNING.
General Election, November 5th, 1918.
Get behind the men who are behind the boys at the front.
Paid for by the Republican County Central Committee
A. S. Cootant, Chairman