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NOTICE TO CUKPITOKH
. Notice In hereby given that S trail
J. Beyfrrth, thn undersigned, ho
been appointed fxoi'utrlx of th es
tate of John 10. Byf'rth, do?eaod,
by the county Court of Josnpiilno
County, Oregon, am) nil n:rniiiK
having rlnliiiN hkiiIiihI tlm julil es
tate r hereby notified to prei'li'
the same duly verified, to tlio un
dtimlRiKtil oiRiitrtx at the law office
of Edward H. Van Dyke, at anml
Ps, In Josephine County, Orcoii,
on or before the expiration n( nix
month from thn data of the first
publication of thl notice.
Date of flrnt publication. Durum
ber 13. 11S.
Sarah J. Reyferth.
NOTICE OK ADMIN IHTIUTIO
Notice In hereby given to whom It
limy conoern, that by an order of
the county court of Josephine -ointy
Oregon, ihikIh nnd entered of "Tril,
thn underilgnvd ha been confirmed
M executrlxof the last will and testa
muni of Samuel UiimoII, deceased.
'All person having claim agalnit
th Kld estate will file the inme
duly verified with my attorney, 0o.
W, Colvlg at hi office In the build
Inn orciiptnd by th Grant Pass
HankliiK Company, Grant rutin,
OrKon, within nix month of the
date of Hi In notice.
Dated thin 13th day of December,
In tlm Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Josephine County,
(inorno A. Shepherd, 1
John J. Granflcld, Arthur J.
Granflcld, and Al Cabanne,
partner under the firm name j
and stylo of Cahunno Corn- j
Pny, I , .
To John J. (iranfleld. Arthur J.
Granfleld and Al Cnlmnne, part
ner under tho firm name and
stylo of Cahannu company.
In the nu me of tho .State of Oro
Ron, you ar hereby summoned and
required to appear In the above en
titled court and caune to answer the
cotiylnlnt filed agalnit you, within
10 flay from tho service of aummona
upon yon. If nerved within Josephine
County, Oreuon: or If served within
iinnynther county within the State
of Oreuon, then within twenty day
from tho date of not vice; or If served
by publication, then on or before the
expiration tt nix week from the
date of the first publication of aum
mon. which date of flntt publication
I Friday, the 20th day of December,
1918, and the lnat day of publication
and the last day for your appearance,
1 FYlday. the 3 1st day of January,
1919, and you are hcroby notified
that If you fall to answer or other
wlio plead within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff will take Judgment
against the laid John J. Granflcld.
Arthur J. Granfleld and Al Cabanne.
partner under the firm nnme and
style of Cabanne Company, In the
urn of $999. 2R. nnd for hi coat nnd
disbursement herein to be taxed.
Thla numnion la published by or
der of the Hon. C. 0. Glllotte,, Judge
of the County Court of Josephine
County, Oreuon, bearing; date the
18th day of December, 1918, order
ing publication of said aummona not
less than once a week for six success
Ive weeka In the Rogue River Cour
ier, a newspaper of general circula
tion, published at Grants Pas.' In
Josephine County, Orerjon, and di
recting that a copy of the complaint
together with a copy of the summons
be forthwith mailed to each of the
sulci defendant at their last resi
dence and postofflce address at Ban
Frrinctsco, San Francisco County,
H, S. VAN DYKE.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Josephine County
In the Matter of the estate of Abner
W. Coleman, Deceased
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned haa been duly ap
pointed administratrix of the estate
. of Abner W, Coleman, deceased, and
all persons hnvlng claim against
the estate of the aald deceased, are
hereby required to present the same,
properly verified a reaulred by law.
to the undersigned as administratrix
' at the ofTlce of her attorney, O. S.
Blanchnrd In the' city of Grants
Pass, Oregon, within six month af-
ter the date of this notice.
Dated this 81st day of December,
ABIGAIL CORNELL, ,
O. a 'BLANCHARD,
Attorney for Administratrix
Printing that pleaaee W do It!
Courier Job Department.
In the Circuit Court of tho Stale of
Oregon for Josephine County
n. j. Tayior,
Christian Rider, tit al, Defendant
SUIT TO Qf'IKT TITLE TO REAL
To Christian Rider, and
Itlder, hi wlfo, and all other per
son claiming by, throiiKh, or un
der them or oil her of them, by
tltlo adverse to the plaintiff, De
fendant: IN TIIM NAME OF THE STATE
OK OREGON you and each of you
are hereby required to lie and ap
pear In thn above entitled court nnd
answer the ..inplalnt filed against
you In tbl Suit, on or before nix
week from tho flrnt nubllcatlon of
thl summon, and In default of such!
anawer the plaintiff will apply to
tha Court for tho relief demanded In
hi complaint, vlx:
First; that plaintiff' title be
quieted to Lot No. IB of Block No.
10 of II. n. Miller A Co.' Addition
to the town of Orant Pans, Jone
phlne County, Oregon;
Second; that you and each of you
and all person claiming or to claim
aid' promises by, through or under
you or either of you, by title ad.
verse to the Plaintiff, be barred and
forever foreclosed of all right, title
or Interest In thn said premises;
Third; for such other and further
relief aa may bo meet and equitable
In the premise.
Thl Summons Is published by
virtue of an order made and enter
ed by Hon. Frank M. Calkins, Judge
of tho said Court, December 30th,
1918, ordering tho same to be pub
lished In the Rogue River Courier,
a weekly newspaper published In
Grant Pass. Oregon, for six suc
cessive weeks, first publication on
the 3rd day of January. 1919, and
tho last publication on February
Date tills tho 30th day of Decem
0. V. COLVIO.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Grants Pass. Oregon
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT
In tba County Court for Josephine
In the Matter of the F.slate of
Louisa S. Trefrcn, Deceased.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
Hultln A Thrasher, the admin
istratrix with tho will annexed of
the Estato of Louisa 8. Trefren, do
ceaned, has flled In tho above en
titled court and cnuse lmr final ac
count, and that Saturday, February
8, 1919. at tho hour of 10 o'clock a.
m., at the County Court room nt thej
courthouse at Grant Pass In Jone-i
phlne County, Oregon, has been fixed '.
by order of tho court as the time and j
plaw for hearing said final account; ;
nnd all persons having objection to
suld final account are hereby noti
fied to file and present the same on
or before said date.
Dated January 10, 1919.
HATTIE A. THRASHER,
Administratrix with the will an
nexed. XOTICK TO CHKDITOItH
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Josephine County
In tho Matter of the estate of l.erona
K. Helms, deceased.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, thnt
the undersigned haa been duly ap
pointed executrix of tho estate of
Lorona K. Helms, deceased, and all
person having claims ngalnst the
estate of the said deceased are here
by required to present tho same, 'pro
perly verified as required by law, to
tho undernlknnd as executrix at the
office of her attorney, Edward S.
Van Dyke. In tho city of Grants Pass,
Oregon, within six month after the
date of the within notice, which I
the date of the first ' publication
Dated thl 17th day of January,
ALZINA M. McFARLAND.
EDWARD S. VAN DYKE,
Attorney for Executrix.
notice to ntEDrrons
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for .Tosnnhinn fnnnlv
William H. lmrrlson. Deceased
in tno Matter or the Estnte of 1
NOTICE, 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the unHnnilirnAri linn ha.n ,NnnU(.j
executor of the estate of William H.
Harrison, deceased, and ali person
having claim against the estate of
the said deceased are hereby requir
ed to present the same, properly ver
ified as required by Inw, to the un
dersigned executor or at the office
of his attorney. O. S. Blanchard, in
tho city of Grant Pas. Oregon,
within six mgnths after the date of
Dated ' this. 15th day of January:
1919. . - '
Vernon f sii
O. 8. BLANCHARD. .
Attorney for Executor.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVEN, thati
R. Boswell, the itnderstgned, has
been appointed administrator of the.
Estate of Robert J. 'Boswell, deceas-i
ed. by the County Court for Jose
phine Count, Oregon: and all per-,
sons having claims against said eg-
tate are hereby notified to present j
the same, duly verified, to the;
undersigned administrator at the!
law office of H. D. Norton, at Grants!
Pass In Josephine Con nty, Oregon.'
on or before the expiration of six'
months from the date of the first ,
publication at this notice. , I
r .IWa hf flnl mikllIII' 1, '
ary z. ib. k
' R. BOSWELL,
A J I i 1 .
STRONG AND VIGOROUS CALF
Damand for Desirable Young Stock
Justifies Expense In Rearing
(Prepared by tli United Bute Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
The herd of the next few year Is
comiK)Heil of the calve of today, and
It I therefore very Importune that they
be strong and vigorous. If the cows
huve been properly caret! for before
ciilvliig, die calves are generally strong
when born. Afterward Uie vigor of
the calve depend U)on the care they
The three essentials for auccessfnl
rnlf mixing are cleaiillnes, care and
re-ulurlty. Failure to follow any one
of these results In sick or unthrifty
calves. If well cared for, each should
gain at least a pound a day. In fact,
weight Is one of the best guide of
projH-r cure; no gain Indicate that
oinetlilng I wrong.
Most calve nt present are raised by
hand; that In, they are allowed to
nurse only n few time and are then
fed from palls. The common plan In
Cleanliness, Care and Regularity Are
the A, B and C of Profitable Calf
to allow the calves to nurse once and
thuM obtain the first, or colostrum milk,
aiti-r which they are fed from pulls. If
tl.ecnhes eirt wen mil early they aro
more cuslly tuught to tlrluk and the
cow forget them sooner.
Weaning I a critical time, but If the
calves are bundled properly at that
time tlure will usually he no trouble.
Tlmt Ik the time to pay purticulur at
tention to cleanliness, care ucd regu
larity. All pulls must be scrupulously
cleun, and tho pen kept clean and
plenty of bedding supplied. Dump
quarter or dirty pall will surely cause
ilekness. Once stunted by sickness the
calves make slow growth and require
more feed for the same gains In
Young calves require fresh, clean
nud warm milk not In large quanti
ties but alwuys a little less than the
appetite demands'. At first, four
pounds of milk Is sufficient for one
feed when given twice dully. When
fed In this way the feeds should be as
neurly aa pcwslble 12 hours apart. If
It can be arranged, the culves should
be fed three time a day for the first
week and the quantity at a feed thus
Regularity must not be forgotten, for
It is essential In calf raising. Regular
feeding and a uniform quantity pre
vent much trouble. Never try to guess
at the quantity of milk; weigh It I
Don't estlmute the temperature of the
milk; use a thermometer I The finger
Is not sensitive enough to gauge the
temperature of the milk when It Is be
tween 70 degrees and 90 degrees F.
The first Is too cold, the latter Is right
The quality of milk la Increased
gradually so that at two weeks of age
the calves are getting dally 14 to 10
pounds apiece. At that age, If e
calves ure vigorous, skim milk may be
substituted for whole milk. Make the
change gradually, substituting a pound
at a time. Usually the chnnge takes a
week or ten days, depending on the
condition of the calves. At the siuue
age, offer them a lltle clean dry gmln,
such as bran; bright, clean hay also
should be placed conveniently. If skim
milk Is plentiful, feed up to 20 pouods
a day to each calf nnd continue for
several months. When It Is scarce,
calves may usually be weaned at about
six weeks and put on' dry feed.
The care during the first few Weeks
Is very Important If healthy calves are
tc be raised. Clennllness, enre and
rtgulurlty In feeding return good
profits In strong, vigorous calves.
Cow Known as Oreat Mother. .
Long before the . birth of the gods
the way was being prepared for the
apotheoslxatlon of the cow. The Ufa
giving cowry-amulet, one of primitive
man's earliest elixirs of life, eventu
ally became personified as the Brent
Mother. In course of time the cow's
maternal function In supplying milk
for human children brought about, her
Identification with thn Crest Mnttw,.. .
The moon, also, aa the controller of
womankind, was another of ner fonna.
"SARKIS IS WILLIN',"
American Singer Most Proposed
to Girl in France
' lklls Helen Denier, daughter of the
president of the Central Itullroad of
New Jersey, I probably the most pro
posed to girl Id Kiii nee today. It all
came about because one night she ran
out of "encores," and lung a little nur
sery song called "If No One Ever liar
He Me." It goes like this:
"If no one ever marries me
And I don't see wljy they should.
For nurse say I am not pretty,
And I'm seldom very good."
The bite of the little girl In the song
wa to buy a rubolt hutch and live all
alone In a little wood. Hut the Amer
ican soldier saw no reason why Mis
Busier, who I pretty and "petite" and
a typical American girl, should have a
similar lot. After they had given ber
the three cheers und a tiger with which
they usually thank the Y. M. C. A. en-,
tertalner. they hesitated a moment and
then added a purely personal message.
"Barkis Is wlllln'," called the A. E.
Fn as one man.
Since then tho Incident has been re
peated In every American camp Ml
Denier has visited. No censor would
allow an estimate to pass of the num
ber of proposals Miss Besler has re
celved In that way.
MRS. ALBERT L MILLS
President of the Army Service
WEARS SILVER KNEECAP
Soldier Kit by a German Piece of
Maybe Private Thomas Harrison of
the Eighteenth Infantry, formerly of
jenerson city. Mo Is "hnrd boiled,"
but he hns a right to be. Thomas has
had a "run In" with the Boche, and
he has a silver kneecap Instead of th'e
one he took overseas a year ago. He
Is convalescing now at the United
States General hospital. Fort Des
II was at Chateau Tliierry thnt Pri
vate Harrison "got his." ne spot
ted a German machine gun In a near
"Kldllkc, I thought I could get thnt
guy," says Thomns. "Just as I blared
nwny with my ritle, a machine gun on
the ground opposite me barked, and
a bullet cnught me In the knee. A
chunk of Khrnpnel followed and
scraped my kneecap off. I crawled to
a shell hole, and lay for hours waiting
for a stretcher bearer to pick me
There are a number of Missouri men
convalescing nt the Tnlted States hos
pital at Fort Des Moines.
HOME ON CRUTCHES
Girl's Dream About Her Brother Cam
One night one of the sisters of Prl. I
vate George A. Egun of Syracuse, N.Y, '
a veteran or tno xwenty-tlilrd infantry, ,
dreamed she saw her brother coming
home and that he was on crutches.
She saw' so clearly and was so thor-
oughly convinced the apparition would
come true she told her employer not'
to expect her buck the following day !
Without a doubt In her mind, she
arose the next morning and awaited
the arrival of her brother, who hnil
been absent for more than a year. The
rest of the family scoffed at her.
About 7:30 the following morning
the rat-tat-tat of crutches on the walk
leading to their home was heard, and
George appeared at the kitchen door.
Noma, Alaska, Deserted. j
Only about 600 persons are spending
the winter at Nome, Alaska, this sea- j
son. When the gold rushes of former I
yenrs was on Nome had a population
In winter time of several thousand.
The last boat this fall -was loaded to
capacity with outgoing Alaskans. '
All kinds of Commercial Prlntlm
it tha Courier fflc. . 1
FOR SALE Ford car (first class
shape), cultivator, double shovel
cultivator, good range, bedstead
and springs, feather tick and pil
low (newly cleaned), heater,
tables. Phone 602-F-12. 87
SALE OR EXCHANGE Wheel
cbalr with propeller, ball bearing,
30-Inch, suitable for house or
street, cheap, new. Call and ex
amine at 412 Booth street. 74
YOUNO PIGS for sale, also fine
dairy cow, fresh soon. Alonzo
Jones, Rd. No. 4, phone 60S-F-21
"THE MAIDEN OF MAYWOOD"
The story of the downfall and
death of a young girl. 35c. Pic
ture free. M. Parker, lock box
190, Central Point, Ore. 75
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck.
bran new. Cost complete, $775,
will take $650 cash. Roy Talt,
403 O street. 77
FOR SALE CHEAP 100-egg Mandy
Lee Incubator. Call 811 D street,
phone 2S4-Y. 73
FOR RENT Partly furnished cot
tage at 321 Rogue River Avenue;
. three rooms and sleeping porch.
good well and one-half acre of
land, barn; $5.00 per month.
Key at 402 Rogue River Av. 07tf
FOR RENT OR SAL.B Our resi
dence at 801 and 811, North 6th
St., eight and ten dollars a month.
Will sell either or both. Make me
an offer. John Summers, Leb
non, Oregon. 40tf
for RENT 9 acres half mile
from city limits for $25 to Decern.
ber 1, 1919. Address No. 2310,
care Courier. 79
FOR RENT 6-room modern bung
alow, In fine shape, garage, large
wood house with sleeping room
above, large lot with apple trees,
etc., on paved street. 710 North
Sixth street. Inquire of N. E.
Townsend, 621 A. 74
FOR .RENT Two corner office
rooms Just vacated by Dr. Nibley.
Steam heat, water. Janitor. Geo.
E. Lundburg. 75
FOR RENT Rooms at 301, corner
Third and H streets. Board If de
WANTED By good all around cook,
restaurant, hotel or camp work.
First class pie maker. Jack Mil
ler, Route 2, Box 71. 87
WANTED 5 or 6 room furnished
house, small family, no children,
permanent Tenters. Address P. O.
Box 132. 73
WILL TRADE Five or 10 acres li
pears, 9 years old, adjoining city
of Grants Pass, for property In
or near Portland. Ore. Inquire of
F. H. Gelger, 912 North Tenth
street, Boise, Idaho. 74
TO EXCHANGE Eight acres In
grain, halt mile from city, sir
room house, barn, garage, tele
phone, mall delivery, school bus
service; for town property. Phone
802-F-12. ' . 87
INCREASE MILK PRODUCTION
Much Depend on Selection, Breeding
and Management Eliminate
Unprofitable Cows. -
(Prepared by tha United Gtataa Depart
ment of AarrlmltiiMl
How io obtain larflro npfvtncf lrn miwi
economically is the great problem of
every dairyman. Economical produc
tion uepenas primarily on selection,
breeding, and feeding, etrw and man
agement It requires that an unprofit
able cows be eliminated, that the re
mainder be bred to first-class bulls,
and that each cow in the herd be fed
a properly balanced ration according
to production. It also requires the in
telligent feeding, care and management
of calves and young stock.
. A Sweet Job. '
"And now, since yon have come out
and asked us, Clara," said the Indolent
and youthful edltorrwe may aa well
confess that our Idea of a strenuous
Job Is taming wild honey." -
"He who says nothing Is never mis
quoted," remarks a philosopher. No,
but sometimes his wife accuses htm of
sitting there thinking things. Boston
Legal Blanks at the Courier.
JITNEY SERVICE Any where, any
time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R.
Otto J. Kntps, Residence 14.9-Y.
WE 'REPAIR cars, mag's, coils.
generators, starters, batteries, Ig
nition systems. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Stelger Garage, 211 North
Sixth street. $tf
FURS, FURS, FURS We boy furs,
hides, wool, old auto for wreck
ing, and all kinds of Junk. Grants
Pass Junk Co., 403 South Sixth
street, phone 21. 'S
E. L. OALBRAITH, Insurance, rent
als a specialty. Acreage, Building;
and Loans. 609 O street. Launer'a
old location. 94
ELECTRIC WIRING and general
electrical work, repa-ring, house
wiring. C. C. Harper, 607 E St.,
phone 47. . 95
THE PICTURE MILL tor tine photo
graphs. Open dally except Sun
day from 10 a. m. to S p. m. Son
day sittings by appointment only.
Phone Mill, 283-R, or residence
J. S. MacMURRAY Teacher of sing
ing. Write or apply at 716 Lea
L. O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practice
limited to diseases of tha eye, ear,
pose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-12, 2-6. or on ap
pointment Office phone 62, resi
dence phone I59-J.
8. LOUGHRIDOE. M. D., Physician
and surgeon. City or country call
attended day or night. Residents
phone 369; office phone 181
BUth and H. Toffs Bldg.
A. A. WITHAM, M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases;
903 Corbett Bldg.. Portland, Ora.
- Hours 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
VETERI NARY SURGEON
DR. R. J. BESTUL. . Veterinarian.
Office, residence. Phone 806-R.
E. C. MACY. D. M. D. Flrst-flaaa
dentistry. 109 H South Sixth
street. Grants Pass, Oregon.
DR. C. E. JACKSON, D. M. D., suc
cessor to Dr. Bert Elliott. Over
Golden Rule Store. Phone. (. x
DRAYAGB AND TRANS UK
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Al
kinds of drayage and transfet
work carefully and promptly dona
Phone 181-J. Stand at freight
depot A. Shade. Prop.
THE WORLD MOVES; so do we.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co, Phone
F. Q. ISHAM, drayage and transfer,
Safes, pianos and furniture
moved, packed, shipped and stor
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Rest-,
denoe phone, ,124-R.
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-law.
Practloea In all State and Federal
Courts. First NaUonal Bank Bldg.
COLVIG ft WILLIAMS. Attorney-
at-Law, Grant Pats Banking Co.
Bldg., Grant Pass, Oregon.
B. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tice In all court First National
O. S. BLANCHARD. Attorney at
Law. Golden Rule Bulldlna
Phona 270. Grant Pass, Oregon.
BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD. A .
torneyt. Albert Bldg. Phom
I86-J. Practice In all courts; lam
. board attorneys.
C. A. SIDLER, Atlorney-at-Law, ref
eree In bankruptcy. . Maaoni
temple, Grants Pass, Ore.
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Effeotlve Nov. 19, 1918.
Trains will run Tuesday,., Thursday
Leave Grants Pass ....I P. M.
Arrive Waters Creek ........2 P. M.
Leave Water Creek ..-...3 P. M.
Arrive Grants Pass 4 P. M.
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at the office
of the company, Lundburg building.
or telephone 111.