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TllKHDAV, MAY SMI, 1010.
GRANTS PASS DAILY COVRIER
TRAM 9 and 10 years .old, slso bsr
n(i ftntl wagon for Ml. 811 all
or part. Oil 712 North Eighth
or pbouo 13-L. 2Stf
PRESENT OWNERSHIP township
plat of Josephine county, 60c
each, For wile by Josophlne Coun
ty Abstract Co. niua printing at
reasonable rait. 89tf
KOR 8A1.K Strictly fanoy alfalfa
ecd, itMt elover and other graa
seed. Nltro Cultures. Ralph
Waldo Elden, Med ford. 80
FOR BAU5- One cow. One hack.
One alfalfa and grain drill, $20.
One Oliver typewriter, 116. On
light road. grader nd land leveler,
bargain. One 8 b. p. gne engine,
rgbored, $160. I'bone C03-F-2.
(Wo. A. Hamilton. 72
FOR 8A1JS We have boilers, en-
aineAand aaw mill machinery, etc.
OREGON MACHINERY CO.. Eu
gne, Oregon. 2
FOR SAliK 160 acres, 40 acre In
cultivation, balance In pasture and
timber, (Jood outalde range, 6
miles to store and postofflce, 1V4
mile to achool. comfortablo lx
room bouse, good barn and aheda,
good well and three spring. Stock
and (Kiilpment go with ranch.
Would conalder Crania I'asa pro
perty as part payment. C. A.
Newstrom, l,ake Creek. Oregon,
oall 8-F-43 Eagle Point. 73
8 FOR BALK OR TRADB 13 acre
boat land In Josephine county.
will take nseo car or worn nonte
Ideal place for home. Just out of
ity limits. II. O. Riirbar. 74
UPOR SAI.E 1 Vi dozen, one year old
brown leghorn laying hen. 11.25
per ben. One mile from town, R.
F. D. 2. C. ffehafer. 74
POR SALE Household goods, li
brary table, aectlonal book cuae,
buffet, round dining table, alx
dining room chain, beds, chlff lon
er, princes dresser, rocking
chair and other article. Seventh
- . . . .. r . .. . mm
linu A iirotiii. v., j. iniiam. i u
juAROE 817.10 ELECTRIC FAN. used.
I but two months; also good cornet
for tale cheap. Seventh and A
atreeta. Carner house. C. A.
jniiw p. iv
fXR SALE Good, dry wood. Baber
bio. 226 West 0 atreet, or phone
TKR 8ALE 80 head fine Jeraey
cowa, located juat east of town on
river. Theae cowa muat be aold
, at once. Come and look them
over. Address No. 836 care of
ACCOUNT of death of Mr. Gordon,
will now sell Dixie 'Ranch, 870
acres, beautiful home, registered
hogs, stock, equipment, 26 per
cent discount. Reasonable terms.
A, N. Parson. 73
fOR SALE a very fine wicker
baby buggy. Call 149-L. 72
WANTED Man to do farm work,
Address Geo. W. 8mitb, iRoute 4.
or phons 601-F-12. 77
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework. iMn. U. L. Up
son, Bridge street at city limiu. 78
TIRES Used Ures bought and sold
Auto Service Ce. Phoae 824-J, op-
poaite Oxford hotel. 20tf
L. QALBRAITH, Insurance, rent
als a specialty. Acreage, Building
and Loans. 608 O street, Launer's
old location. tf
BLECTRIO WIRING and general
lecyrlcal work, repairing, house
wiring, c. c Harper, bib rvonn
T. .tf . . ...
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
HEMSTITCHING and nicotine at 16
; , m ivuts a,u- All wvi . uiwn
uM a. it All ..mW mm ..rn.rn.rn. mm
The Vanity Shop, Med ford,
: JN16HTS and Ladies of Security
'I Council meet second and fourth
Friday's In W. O. W. hall.
jENEHAL ELECTRICAL WOAK-4
Motors Installed and repaired,
house wiring and electric Iron re
paired. Phone 88 or call at 606 H
street. Joe A. Polley. 89
: EXCURSION RATES TO COAST-
) Grant Pas to Crescent City, , by
easy riding cars, for $7.60. Grant
Pass and Crescent City tage com
pany. Phone 26. v 70tf
FATTEN YOUR OWN BROIliERS
Four weeks old White Leghorn
cockerels, $1.60 per dozen. K.
Hammerbacher, phone C06-F-28,
R.T. D 2, , " 92
f6iv11KNT Furnished" live" robin
cottage. Jin, O. P. Jester, 216 C
street. Phone 1(841. 76
CHANGE OF JITNEY STAND from
Mocba Cafe to "Stag" cigar alore,
oall 183-J. iResldeme 148-Y.
Otto J. Knlps. 238
DAILY JITNEY to Selma, Kerby and
Waldo. Ixsavos Grants Pass dally
at 8:80 a. in. Everett Uogua,
phone 317. 317
USE THE WHITE LINE TAXI for
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call Uranta
Paaa Hotel, phone 880. Residence
phone 820-R. W. O. White. 83
SPA TAXI Two mschlnes at your
service at any hour. I'bone 282-R
when In A hurry tor a car. 48tf
DANIEL McFAJlLAND, civil engl-
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. 66
C. C. MACY.i)T M DrFlrst-ls
dentistry I0H South Blitl
street. Grants Pass, Oregon.
C. B. JACKSON, D. M. D., successor
to Dr. Bert Elliott. Over Golden
Rule Store. Phone 8. Residence
phone 16 3-J.
L O. CLEMENT, M. O., Practlr
limited to diseases of the eye, eat
nose and throat. Glasses flttef
Office hours 8-12, 1-6. or .on a,'
pnlntment Office phone 62. r
dence phone 2&8-J.
a. LOUGURIDUB. at. U.. Phyataia
and surgeon. City or country cad
attended day or night. Resident
phone 868; office phone IK)
Rlsth and H. Tuffs Bids.
A ." a7W 1TH A M , V67-Tnterna
medicine and nervous diseases
803 Corbett Bldg., Portland, Ore
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m
FREDERICK D. 8TRICKER, M. D.,
Room 5 and 7 'Masonic Building.
Office houn, 8-18 a. m.; 1-6 p. m.
Phones: Office 18-R; Re. 18-Y.
DR. W. T. TOMPKINS, 8. T.
Room 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hour 8-12
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R. tf
DR. R. J. BE8TUL, Veterlnartat
Office, residence. Phone 306-R
DKAYAOK AND THAN'bt- KM
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Aj
kind of drayag and transf
work carefully and promptly don
Phone 181-J. Stand at fre'.gl
depot. A. Shade, Prop.
THE WORLD MOVES; so do
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phoo
r. O. 188AM, drayage and traasfai
Safes, piano and furnitur.
moved, packed, shipped and itor
d. Office phone 124-Y. Real
denoe phone, 124-R,
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-law.
Practices In nil Bute and Federal
Counts. First National Bank Bldg.
Q. W. COtiVIG, Attorney-at-law,
Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.,
Grant Pass, Oregon.
E. 8. VAN1 DYKE, Attorney. . Prac
tlcea in all courts. First National
O. s; iBLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law.
Golden Rule Bldg. iPhone 270.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
BLANCHARD & BLANCRARD, At
torneys. Albert Bldg. Phone
. 236-J. Practice (n all courts; land
O. iA..9rDLBR, Attorney-at-law. Ma
. sonlo Temple, GranU Pass, Ore.
(JBO, H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law,
referee In bankruptcy, Masonic
Temple, GranU Pass, Oregon.
JAME3 T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer,
First National Bank Bldg., Grants
The California and Oregti
tvoasi itauroaa company
, , TIMH CARD :
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
' and Saturday
Leave Grant Pass .1 p. M.
Arrive Waters Creek 2 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek...'...; ..8 P. M.
Arrive Grants Pass,.... 4 P. M.
' For information reearrtW rraiK
and passenger rates call at;the office
of the company. Lnndhuw. k.iii..
or telephone Wl.',
Kidney disease la no respecter of per
on. It murks young and old alike,
In most caw the victim i warned
of the approarblng danger. Nature flbt
Jjsca. Headac he. lnli(etlun, insomnia,
limie back, lumbago, seiatira, rbeuma
tisui, pain In tb loins and lower ab
domen, difficulty In urinatins, all are
iiKltratlon of trouble brewing In your
When swh symptom appear yoa will
almoet rertaiiily bud quick relief la
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capaulea.
This famous old remedy has stood
lie test for two hundred yar la help
iug mankind to flglit off disease.
It is Imported direct from tb home
laboratories In Holland, where It has
ln-lied to develop the Dutch into on
of the sturdiest and healthiest races lot
the world, sud it may be bed st
nlinoet every drug store. Your monr
iirouiptly refunded if it doe not re
lieve ynu. He sure to get the genuine
;l.l5 MEIMI, Iiraad. la saled pack
eges, three eUea,
PUT HYPNOTISM TO GOOD USE
Austrsllsn Physician Announces That
H Has Cured War Stammering
by Its Employment.
Writing In the Medical Journal or
Anatralla, Dr. Clarence G. Godfrey
states that during the past two years
a number of rase have been referred
to him for treatment by hypnotic sug
gestion, In which stammering or stut
tering had developed, or had bceo
revived, sfter yesrs of disappearance,
ss the result of shell shock or
of vsriou war stresses. Kometimes
a hpynotlzed patient has been tnld to
keep on repenting some well-known
nursery rhyme end not to cease at the
signal to awske, although In the mid
dle of the rhyme, Ixit to keep on talk
ing. He will oaimtly manifest his
astonishment st finding himself talk
ing without difficulty. Sometimes s
pstlent will converse on wsklng with
out renllr.lng Hint his stammering has
disappeared until his attention Is
drawn to It with amusing effect. In
one case the patient spoke perfectly
In sleep at the first attempt to hyp
notise hlra. alilmuRh he had had a
very bad stutter for elcht month past,
being almost Inarticulate. He woke
In a few minute nppnrenlly cured
and has been free from stutter ever
It has been noticed that every case
treated, even the worst, has been sole
to speak fsr better In the hypnotic
stste tbsn out of It
Of the many stories of heroism dur
ing the war on which official records
are silent but which are being brought
forth with relaxation of the censor
ship Is that of Captain Larcombe of
the antlulrcrnft defenses of the Lon
don (Eng.) district. His Job for four
year has been to find snd dispose of
German serlul bomtm that failed to
explode when dropped on l-onilon.
After each air raid, and In the early
part of the wur there were many, I. sr.
rombe and his men would go about the
city seeking the "duds." It was dan
gerous work extrlcnling them from
wherever they huppened to drop, trans
porting 'them out of the city and ex
ploding or oilierwe destroying them.
During the excitement nfter a raid few
people ihoiiKht of the bombs that
failed to "go off." hut all or them have
ceased to be a meiiHce to the city.
Five Hundred Sheets $1 .
Good bond letter paper, 8ttxll
Inches.' This is a good quality ol
bond paper. We have higher
grades tip to 32.80 per 800. Courier
DAILY HEALTH TALK!
The Many Mytteriea of
BY L. W. BOWER, M. D.
Vml MUl tjllfA an ntlinn tun A a m4 n.
seed, and plant them aide by aide mtbt
aws spu ui giuuuu. in, one case, you
get an onion, with it peculiarly strona
odor, and in the other you get a flower ol
rare beauty. You can plant a poppy seed
and get opium (a dangerous, habi Wormins
druEI. or vou can nlant a rhuharh amwt mnA
get something that help constipation.
No scientist, hving or dead, can exnlain
these mysteries of Nature. Behind the
invisible life gorm in each need is hidden
the denn sncrot that nnlwlif nn.laNi,, n.l.
Everything growing out of the ground
miraiuou iur sumc use in estaousning
natural conditions. Dr. Pieroe, of Buffalo,
n. 1,, tong since iouna out what is
naturally best for women's diseases. He
Lmmm.-A .t .11 IUmi.mL .1 ,
v. uuu iw cut buiuuKu inmuuR; buousanas
of cases. The result of his studies was a
medinina eatlmt Dr. Pipm' l!..i.
Prescription. . This medicine is made of
vegetable growths that nature surely in
tended fot backache, headache, weakening
- i . i mnvuiim ir
regularities, pelvic tnflammations, and for
the. many disorders common to women in
U ago of life.. Dr. Pierce' Favorite
PrMnrintion is mna nf )ai1.,m ai:nn..
bluer cohosh root, unicorn root, blue
enhnan mnfc anI Hwrrnn m.n
Women' who take this tandaidremedy
know that in Dr. Pinraa'a Favnrita IW
scription they are getting a safe woman'
1 tni A aVk (mrvrl tkaf A.nintm aaa.l
sell it v-., ,;v: ; -t ...
PfLVritniit PpslAWritIl-.ri aKnuU ItAvtaa, ika
mil oonfidenoe of every woman in America
muw ib touwiw no aiconoi ana no
narcotic. Dr. Fierce knew, when he first
mfirTh fhla nfjanrf nrA maHininA K.t esn.ki.L-...
and tnoiphine are injurious, and so he has
aiways sept mem out 01 nis remedies.
o I , n 1 . TX TA- , . . ,. ... .
oriiu iuo io in. neroe s invauar note),
Buffalo, N. Y. for trial pkg. Tublete, ":-..'
"TWO HUNDRED '
POUNDS OF RADIUM
Hsrbemsn Wins Thst Nsme In Chau
J. C llerbsman, lecturer on the fifth
night at Chautauqua, has more "pep"
ml punch to the siiure Inch than any
it her man on the platform. The folks
of the C'huutaui)ua world call hlra the
"two-hundred-poiifids-of radium man,"
so remarkably does he radiate enthu
siasm. He was formerly head of the De
partment of Public speaking at one of
our great Universities. 81 nee coming
to the platform he has reached a high
place among American lecturers. Be
is an orator and thinker of the Bret
rsnk. Ills sddresses have the red
blooded vim and vigor that appeal to
"Red Crown" give easy
starting. It is straight - dis
tilled, all -refinery gasoline.
Look for the Red Crown sign
before yon 611. ,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
The Gasoline of Qualify
C. X). Fies, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Grants Pass
ROOTS FOR FEEDING CATTLE
Chief Function I to Supply Succu
lenceHave 8pecial Applica
tion for Cowa Only.
(Prepared by the -United States Depsrt
ment of Agriculture.)
The chief function of roots In cattle
feeding I to supply a succulent feed.
Under general farm conditions the
quantity of nutrients grown per acre
In root crops 1 small In comparison
This Test: Rub little bniy fa
' the palm of your hand to brina;
out ita full aroma. Then smell it deep
itt delicious, pur trtgttmc will convince
you. Try this teat with any other tobacco
, . and wc will let Tuxedo stand or fall on
"Your YoAt Know"
Finest Burley Tobacco
Mellow-aged till Perfect
plus a Dash of Chocolate
Perfect Tobacco for
tc the cost of production.' These root
crops, however, can be preserved dur
ing the winter equally well whether
large or small quantities are fed
each day, and therefore have special
application when only a few cows are
to be fed. Of the different root crop
mangel wnrzels furnish the greatest
yield per acre. Other kinds of beets
and turnips and carrots may be used.
Turnips, however, should be fed after
milking rather than before, as they
caase a bad flavor In the product tf
fed Immediately before milking.
Hp and Cijmretta
In the '