Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, November 13, 1918, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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urpHK United War Work Campaign of
these societies Is mere! another Indi
cation of that unity of spirit m a nation that
U making It possible for oa to win the war.
That spirit and the place which the work of
these agencies has mads for Itself in the
hearts of all of us gives me confidence to
believe that the united campaign will be
crowned with abundant success. n
Woodrow Wilson
UNITED WARWQRK CAMPAIGN
win fjy
TMlf Jp
Have to Be Around,
Moat men do not know what Is In
them till they receive the summon
from tholr fellow; their hearts die
wllhln them, sleep ncttlcH opon tbero
the lethargy of the world's miasmata;
there la nothing for which they are so
thankful n for Hint cry, "Awake, thou
that steepest lH Iluskln.
Can't Read Their Own- Fortune.
"Baa Francisco I'ollce Bald Fortune
Teller." II cad I Inc. One of the thing
we have never been able to nndeatand
Is why fortune toiler, seer, prophet
and necromancer are never able to
forecaHt activity on the part of the po
lice Rochester, Post Express,
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A Nap en a 40-MII Wind.
It waa not ao long ago that a ten
mile breeze would apaet all flying
plan for a day at any airdrome or
exhibition field. Now nothing abort of
a hurricane can keep the machine on
the ground. As far aa the ability ts
make good weather of It I concerned
the airman of today can laugh at a
gale and fairly take a nap sitting on
a 40-mile wind. William A. Iilahop,
V. C. 8. 0, II. CL. In Saturday Eve
Ding Poit
Grants Pass & Crescent City Stage Co.
W. T. Until, I'ropr.
II. Kidding. Ait-nt '
Big Pierce Arrow Cars
Easy Riding
Office Old Observer BIk. Corner Seventh sad O trecu Phone. 2l
Telephone 22H-J and 1 A3
Why Safer So?
Why suffer from a bad back, from
harp, ahootlng twinge, headache,
dizziness and dlatreaaing urinary
111? Grants Paaa people recommend
Doan'a Kidney Pills. Could you ask
for stronger proof of merit?
Mrs. A. M. Even-en, 625 S. Fourth
St.. aay: "I wai nearly laid up
with rheumatic trouble, which af
fected my hlpa and one of my llmba.
At tlmea the pain waa aim out un
bearable. Often the muscle and
cord In my llmba seemed to con
tract, causing Intense pain. During
this trouble, my kidney were more
or less affected, which prompted me
to take Doan'a Kidney Pills. The
first toox regulated my kidney and I
took about three boxes in all when
the rheumatic pains In my hip and
limb left me entirely. Now when
my kidneys bother me, I use Doan'
Kidney Pill and they always do me
good."
Price 60c at alt dealers. Don't
atmply ask tor a kidney remedy get
Doan'a Kidney Pill the same that
Mr. JCvensen had. Foater-Mllburn
Co., Mfgr., Buffalo. N. T.
PRINTING
THAT
PLEASES
WE DO IT!
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
TUB JOHKI'HINE COUNTY
BANK
at Grant Pa, la the State of Ore
gon, at the close of business Novem
ber 1st, 191.
IU-ources
Loan and discount $220,249.11
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured . 411.97
Bond and warrant 40,531.73
Stock, securities, Judg
ments, etc 200.00
Furniture and fixtures.... 5,000.00
Other real estate owned 7,790.13
Due -from bank (not re
serve banks) 240.25
Due from approved re-
'acrve banks 32,465.70
Check and other cash
Itema ..... , 1,172.28
Exchange for clearing
house 1,303.38
Cash on hand 17,152.99
Other resources : 704.22
Total ..., 1327,221.76
Liabilities
Capital stock paid In.... I 50,000.00
Surplus fund 6,000.00
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
paid 1,123.36
Individual deposits sub
ject to check a.4- 205.941.55
Demand certificates of
depoalt 2.142.41
Certified checks 100.00
Time and Saving De
posits 45.914 44
BUI payable for money
Dorr owed . . 15,000.00
Total $327,221.76
8tate of Oregon, )
County of Josephine) "
I, Sam H. Baker, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly
(wear that the above statement I
true to the best of my knowledge and
belief.
SAM H. BAKER. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of Nov., 1918.
FRED A- WILLIAMS,
Notary Public,
(My commission expire
Dec let. 1919.)
Correct Attest:
J. L. CALVERT,
STANTON ROW ELL,
S. LOUGIIRIDGE.
Directors.
KEPOKT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE GRANTS PASS BANKING
COMPAXT
at Grants Pass, Oregon, in the State
of Oregon, at the close of business
November 1st, 1918.
Resource
Loana and discounts $273,251.20
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured ..... NONE
Bonds and warrants 50,079.71
Stocks, securities, Judg
ments, etc 5,168.30
Furniture and fixtures.. 5,600.00
Other real estate owned 24,700.00
Due from banks (not
reserve banks) 3,184.97
Due front approved re
serve banks 21,611.85
Checks and other cash
items ... 791.86
Exchanges for clearing
house ... 1,350.55
Cash on hand 20,284.77
Other resources .... 78.12
Total $406,101.33
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in....$ 50,000.09
Surplus fund 10,000.00
Undivided profit, less
expense', and taxes
paid ...... 7,653.26
Due to bank and bank
ers ! 2,666.02
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 235,200.17
Demand certificates of
deposit . 13,594.40
Cashier checks out
standing 4,685.94
Certified check 10,010.00
Time and Savings De
posits 62,291.54
Bills payable for money
borrowed - 10,000.00
88.
Total ., ...$406,101.33
County of Josephine.)
State of Oregon, )
I. G. P. Jester, Asst. Cashier of
the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement 1
true to the 'best of my knowledge and
belief.
O. P. JESTER, .
Asst. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of Nov., 1918.
, . O. S. BLANCHARD,
-!" " Notary Public
(My commission expires
i , April 27th, 1921.)
Correct Attest: ,
HERBERT SMITH,
F. S. BRAMWELL, ' ' '
CLAUS SCHMIDT,
Director. '
Keep the pep In the boys
who are peppering the
Kaiser.
. Give to the United War
Work Campaign. ' " ,
FOR 8 ALE One South Bend malle
able steel range with hot water
coll and pipe connection, $60. In
quire 302 Booth St., Corner D. 16
Classiffed Advei
FOR SALK
FEED and Livery Stable Hay and
grain for sale. Red Front Barn,
Peter Oravtln, Prop. 15
FOR 8 ALE 40 tons first class al
falfa bay, baled, at the barn. C.
D. Woolverton, Rogue River, Ore
gon. 25
FOR SALE 50 acres of red soil on
river chicken, cows or without
Long term, half mile from city,
$125 per acre. Add res No. 1880
care Courier. 14
GOOD EAR X)RN for sale at 2
cents per pound. Latbrop Bros.
Phone 609-F-22. 14
FOR SALE One Are it tractor.
5-10; one New Way gang plow,
12-lnch; one gang dlsa plow. In
terchangeable to single; one irri
gation outnt complete, 4-lnch
pump direct connection to 10 h. p.
motor, 8-Inch and 6-Inch pipe. Get
particulars from F. D. Elsmann,
Rogue River. 14
FOR SALE Apple, 2nd grade, 26c
to $1 at the applehouse, bring
your jioxes. Fancy, $1.50 to $2.
f. o. b. Grants Paaa. Ten rarities.
J. H. Robinson. Grant Pass, R.
F. D. No. 4. 15
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Brown
Leghorn cockerels, 7-month old.
C. Schaefers, Rd. 2, lower river
road. 2i
FOR SALE Farm, 70 acres close In
must cell. Will stock with sheep,
cow or hogs, reasonable, pay
ments long time. Address No.
1893 care Courier. 16
FOR SALE Horse, hack and har
ness, call at 602 Bridge street.
Mr. W. M. Turner. 18
TO RENT
FOR RENT Cottage 321 Rogue
River Ave., three room and
sleeping porch, good well and one
half acre land, barn, $4.50 per
month. Key at 208 Foundry. 07tf
WANTED
WANTED Ten or fifteen teama to
haul lumber from Swede Basin to
Water Creek. A. L. Allen, 410
B street. 14
WANTED A dish washer at once.
Inquire chef, -Hotel Josephine, tf
A MIDDLE AGED lady would like
position as housekeeper in gentle
man' home. Address No. 1907
care of Courier. 14
WANTED Room and board for el
derly gentleman. Phone S2-R.
13tt
MISCELLANEOUS
JITNEY 8ERVICE Any where, any
time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R
Otto J. Kaips, Residence 149-T.
231
GENERAL ACTO repairing at reas
onable rates, all work guaranteed.
H. Cameron, 506 South " Sixth
street 35
MRS. GRACE H. NEBDL Public
stenographer, 204 Sixth street
14
VETERINARY Bl'RGEOM
DR. R. J. BESTUL, Veterinarian.
Offlee, residence. Phoae 101-R.
PHYSICIANS
L. O. CLEMENT, M. D., PracUee
limited to disease of the eye, ear,
nose and throat Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-12, 2-6, or on ap
pointment Offlee phone 62, resi
dence phone 159-J.
8LOUGHiUDGE. M. &, Physician
and surgeon. City or country eslla
attended dsy or sight Resides
phoae 169; offlee phone 181
Sixth and H, Tuffs Bldg.
DR. J. O. MIrLEY, Physician and
surgeon. Lnndbnrg Bldg. Health
officer. Office boars, 9 to 13 a.
m. and 1 to 6 p. m. Phone 810-j.
A. A. WITHAM. M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases;
901 Corbett Bldg., Portland. Ore.
Hoars 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
A. BURS ELL M. D. D. C. In block
north of poetofflce, corner Sixth
and D streets, surgical, electrical,
chiropratlc and osteopathia treat
ments. Office phone 197-R; resi
dence phone 333-R.
ATTORNEYS
H. D. NORTON. Attorney-aUaw.
Practice la all But and Federal
Courta. First National Bank Bldg.
COLVIO WILLIAMS, Attoraeys-
at-Law, Grants Pass Bsakiag Co.
Bldg., Grants Psas, Oregon.
S. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tice la all coart First National
Bank Bldg.
O. 8. BLAN CHARD, ttorner at
Law. Golden Rnle Building
Phone S70. Grants Pass, Oregoa.
BLANCHARD V BLANCHARD. At
torn eye, Albert Bldg. Phoa
1IC-J. Practice la all courts; Isbj
board attorneys.
C. A. 81DLEU,. Attorney- t-Lw, ref
eree la bankruptcy. Mosonle
temple. Groats Psas, Or.
DENTISTS
E. C. MACY. D. M. D. . Ftrst-Kaea
dentistry. 109ft South Sixth
etreet Grants Pas. Oregon.
DRAYAGB AND TRANSJ- Kit
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. ' At
kind of drayag and trans fe.
werk carefully and promptly asa
Phone 181-J. Stand at freight
depot A. Shade. Prop.
THE WORLD MOVES; ' so do we.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phoae
197-R.
F. G. ISHAM. drsysge and trsasfetv
Safes, plaaos and furniture
moved, peeked, shipped sad stor-
' ed. Phone Clark ft Holmaa. No,
60. Residence phone 114-R.
Batter Wrappers prjated to cobs
ply with the law at the Courier.
PHOTO OTcmo
THE PICTURE MILL for fine photo
graph. Open dally except Sun
day from 10 a, m. to 6 p. m. Sun
day sittings by appointment only.
Phone Mill. 28S-R, or residence
140J. 57tf
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
T1MB CARD
Dally except Sunday
Effective May 1, 191S
Train 1 It, Grants Pass- 1:00 p.m.
I Train 2 Iv. Waters Creek 3:09 p.m.
All trains leave Grant Pas from
the corner of G and Eighth streets,
opposite the Southern Pacifie depot
For all Information regarding
freight and passenger service call at
the office of the company, Lnndbnrg
building, or phone 181 tor same.
Castanets. ' '' !,
. Castanet are musical ; Instruments
of percussion In the form of two hol
low nut-shells, which are bound ! to
gether by a baud fastened on the
thumb, and struck by the fingers' to
produce a thrilling sound in keeping
with the rhythm of the music The
castanets were Introduced Into Spain
by the Moors, where they retain the
name of castsnalaa, from their resem
blance to the form of. the chestnut
The castanets were once much used In
the ballet and In the opera.
National
.; Mazda Lamps:
TTAVING too little light
puts a strain on chll
dren'a vision that they may
: never outgrow! Why not
have plenty of light! Na
tional MAZDA Lamps give
i three tlmea the light of old
I fashioned carbon lamps
- without adding a penny to
' your light bill.
: Rcgne River Hardwire
Ge. R. Riddle, Mgr.
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