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About Grants Pass daily courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1919-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1919)
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wJtA.Vn PAS l)ML COCKIER
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co. ,
IK AM 9 aud 10 yar old. also har
ness aiid wur.ou for ul. Hell all
r part. Cull 712 North Eighth
or phone 13-L. 28"
PRESENT OWNERSHIP township
m plat of Josephine county. 50c
each. Kor isle by Josephine Coun
ty Abstract Co. Blue prlntlug at
reasonable rales. 8Slf
FOR SALE AT A SNAP Klne 290
aero stock rmh. ' 80 acres In cul
tivation, balanco In tlmbor and
pasture. 14 miles down the Rogue
from UranU Pass. Hood term,
and If a quick dual cun bo made,
you can get a real bargain. Ad
dress It. F. D. No. 2. Box 7. C.
K. Cardwell. s
IK YOL' WANT to ge-l mi Al stock
raurb, or dairy farm, 1 have them.
If you want to buy it splendid fur
nished home, al bargain, sen hip.
If you want u free homestead, I
tin vi- a k'iimI one li'fl. If you want
an O. & C. homestead. I have sev
erul. if you want Information
ulmiit the country, call In and talk
It iiv.t. K. T. MrKliiMtry, the
realty mini. t!03 (i street, 7Ttf
MO UK COCKERELS--Present lot
all gone, new lot ready Julio 18,
ll.r.O per do. Order now. K.
RF.T VOCH TIHK8 MENDED and
buy a D. M. & C. K. weldor for
future use. See Mr. Gotcher. the
tiro man at Cirantn a I'm hotel, tf
A ANT I
WANTDDMarrlod man to do farm
work; good position for good man.
C. N. Culy, Phone 612-F-3. 91
WANTED Kin class edgerman and
'ratchet setter, fS a day long Job.
Write T. C. Ia Erenlere, Bray,
KNIUHTS and 1-adlos of Security
Council meets second and fourth
Friday's In V. O. W. ball. 43tf
KOR SALE Heasonable. Timber
claim, lflO acres. location : Sec.
34, Twp. 40. Range 4 W Jack-
, son county Oregon. Write to Mm.
V M. K. Herrlngton, 116 Went In
diana Are., Spokane, Waal). OS
12 ACRES oak, madrono, fir and
pi iin, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood In pay
ment HliiinpnKo.v Phono 270. 83tf
FOR SALE 1917 Maxwell Al
shape. Inquire 201, Corner Sec
ond anil K alrceta, Grants Pima,
e0-Af'HR STOCK RANCH for sale;
about 2'i acres In cultivation;
considerable Irrigation; "1 nillos
from It. R. ' station; li miles
from two schools; half ciihIi. bal
ance low Interest. Address No.
10,ri2 euro Courier. ffitf
FOR .SALIC CHEAP One Natlonnl
vacuum washer, one bread mixer,
both practically new. Inquire at
Granta Pass Itnchdale store. 92
FOR SALE Spruco Production,
1-lnrh black pine, fine condition,
lie per foot; 114 -Inch pipe 14c
per foot. Pcevles, $1.50. Ameri
can four side planer, 8x16, with
Pbilbrlck hoads, fine condition,
$500. Three large logging don
keys. We supply saw mill rolls
mndi from hardwood. Oregon
Machinery Co., Eugene, Ore. 92
VOli SALE Singer sewing machines
on easy terms. Machines rented
and old machines taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 S.
Central avenue, Medfordl Local
headquarters i runts Pass "llard
k ware. 9 lit
DAILY JITNKY to Solma, Kerby and
Waldo. Leave Grants Pans dully
at 9:30 a. m. Everett Hogue.
phone 317. , 317
I:SI0T1IE WHITE LINK TAXI FOR
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call Grants
Pass Hotel, phone 396. Residence
Phone 320-R. W. G. White. 790
P ALACK TAXI CO., Wyatr&Cutier.
proprs., only 2-car taxi company
In city. Phones: Day 211 -J;
night 234-J for prompt service, tf
SPA TAXI Still at the same old
stand. Beat service In town, day
and nliiht. Phone 262-R 90tf
1CSTIIAYBD One brown pony mare,
branded arrow N on top of tips,
and wearing bell. One light bay
home, branded IIM on left should
er, big wire scar on right front
foot. Reward. Albert N. Miller,
acre Logan & Colby Camp, Glen
dale, Oro. . 95
FOR SALE One two-horse buck
board. Good for 200 .pounds and
has oprlng seat. Box red. Price
$35. J. M. lloxle. Wlldervllle,
Oregon. t 95
FOR SALE--Twb large and 4 sninll
chicken houses, wire fencing, oak
fence posts, chicken, wire, two In
cubators, two brooders, a 50-gnllon
tank and ft few tools. Edith iRus
sell, corner Mnnzenlta avenue and
Merlin road. 90tf
B. r. MACY, D. M. D 'rlrs'r-ia
dfntlatrv 10i rtouth Run
street. Grnts Pan. Orefton
C. K. JAvKSON, D. M. D.. successor
to Dr. Ilert Elliott. Over Golden
Rulo Store. Phone 6. Residence
U O. CLKMENT. M. D 'rac7
United to Ulfcuxes of the vye.
ni ami throat 'llarsnp
Oflti'e ho'irs 9-12. 2-5, or on
poltituiunt. OIIIch phnne 12. r.-r
rtftiue ihn 3 59-J
' i".titt!lKllMil" il. i7"lli'aJ.i"'
n'l itiPKei.n Cltv ur country r 1
att-ndMi day ur nlstit Uevldcu
phone SMS; ntllre phone t '
Slth n.l II. TnfTs nida
A." A" H UA.m; M. " ti.--Vni'i.
nti'dlrin anil nervous. disea
n.1 Corbetl Bldg., Portland. Of
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 p. m
FRKDKUICK I). STRICKER, M. D.,
Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Building.
Office hours, 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m.
.Phones: Office 18-R; Res. 18-Y.
DR. W7 T. TO .MPKINS, " S. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats nil diseases. Hours 9-12
a. m.: 1-5 p. nr. Phone 304-R. tf
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Better b Careful About Your
BY N. B. COOK, M. D.
FnoU taken into the stomach go through
various clicimcol chaiigni, and some of
tliese changes are poiMiiui that must be
sifted out and diiipoxeil of. It is the dutv
of the kwlueys to do tliix. When the kid
neys do not fully perform their vital work,
rlcath timv t only a few hours away.
Happily, Nature has provided warning
ularins U'lllug people when their kidneys
ore not well. Thcue wurning come in the
form of drugging pains in the small of the
back, weak stomach, low spirits, chills,
natiKca, headache, scanty urine and fre
quent desire to pass it, short breath, numb
ness, cramps, coated tongue, bod breath,
puds under the eyes, thin blood, dry skin,
ringing in the ears, spot before the eyes
end many other symptoms. All come
from the one cause of kwlnevs that are not
filtering the poisons out of the system. To
overcome these trouble. I)r. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., compounded what he calls
Anuric Tablets. No other kidney medi
cine is its equal in giving relief and re
establishing healthful wnrk in the kidneys.
The treatment is very simple, as you need
nothing except water when taking Anuria
Tablets a gloss of water with each tablet.
This washes and flushes the kidneys while
the modicine itself is dissolving the urie
acid poisons and driving them out.
Anuric Tablets are mode double strength,
so that they dissolve uric acid the same as
hot water dissolves salt or sugar. Most
people need Anuria Tablets because most
ixMiplc bavo uric acid. Better get that
poison out of your body for safety's sake,
and better begin today.
To gently aud agreeably coax the bowels
hack into normal activity, take Dr.
Pierre's Pleasant Pellets. Tbey are just
v good for eostivencss as his Anuric Tab
eis are good for kidney disorder, aud thai
saying a great deal
CHICHESTER S PILLS
WILL THE fierson mho called 13-J,
regarding dog, please give further
I li formation regarding annoyance?
LOOT--Jolnt fishing" rod between ,
Murphy and Williams. Finder;
please leave at Courier office and ;
claim reward. 92!
WANTbTI-500 feet of Tor 1 ' j
Inch gas pipe; must lx In good;
condition.. Phone 614-F-4. 92
W'A NTfcD-r-Mon to work In lumber
camp or tip-to-date sawmill.
Transportation furnished. For
particulars Inquire at Br.-enV
Crescent City stage office. GranuJ
Pane, Ore., near H. P. R. R dftpot
and express offl.:e. I"i. n.; I
Batteries and Magnetos
Generator and Starting Motors Repaired aad Cleaned
For any electrical trouble see
E. A. ADAMS
Auto and Klcctrlcal Repairing 5O0 Booth Sixth Street
FOR 8 A LB Iand In Lean's Valley1
with small houe ail gord !iarn;
80 acres. 30 In r iltlvutiou. 20 if
which Is In corn. Also a two-third
! Interest In 20 acres of beans.
Price $3500; cash $2000, the re
( malnder In one year. Deal must
j close by August 1st. R. F. D. 1,
J Box 72. Rogue River, Ore. 91tf
j XR RENT Partly furnished "f!vl-:
I room house with bath and garage, .
' $9.50 per month, located at 724 '
N. Sixth St. Inquire at 208
j Foundry St. 90
WOOD (TTTBRS wanted, $3.00 per
j cord. Daniel McFarland, 740
I 10th street. 96
aUUTIfA. I'uu Ik IU4 U4 titU .;lkV
41 SVtl Tk Hr mf tm,
FOR SrtLB CI I BAP 'An -ounce
. wall tent. 10x12. Edith Russell.,!
' corner Manzanita avenue and the l
, Merlin road. 91 tf
IX)ST A 30x3 tire In vicinity of 7th '
and E streets. If finder Is hon-!
est. notify No. 1100, care Courier. !
Heavy Units for Road Work
Also Light Trucks
Spruce Production Corporation
t It U A Ma I'll.lJL In SsV
TOR SALE t;ood house, 1 and 7-8 I
acres good land; plenty of water' -for
Irrigation, fruit., berries and ' I
flowers and good shade. Good bar
gain If takes soon. Heath & Her
amount of carpenter work, either
contract or by the day. 8. J. Tay
lor, Phone 365-J 92
AM PREPARED to do a limited or classlU d rds bring results.
DR. R. J. BESTUL. Veterlnarlsi
Office, residence. Phone sOR-R
electrical work, repairing, house
"wiring. C. C. Harper, 815 North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
DKAYAOK AND THAN' !
THE WORLD VMOVES;" so do
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Pbon
B".-6. I SHAM, drayageand tra lis F
Safes, ilrtuos" and fiiruinu
moved, packed, shipped and
e.l. Office phone 124-Y. H-el
denes phone, 124-R. .
IIEMSTITCHINQ nnd plcotlng at 10
cents a ynrd All work guaran
teed. The Vanity Shop, Medford.
10. L. GALBRAIT11 Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. nullding and
lyoan. Plate Glass Liability. ' 009
.0 street. , . 84tf
DANIRL McFARLANn. " civil 'eniN
neer and fiieveynr. Residence
740-Tnnlh street, phine 21 1 -Y.
The California and Oregot
Coast Railroad Company
' , ' Effective Nov. 19, 1918. J
Tnilns will run Tuoadiiy, Thursday
Leave Grants Pass I P. M
Arrive Waters Creek 2 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek 3 M
Arrive (Irnnts Pass.-; 4 Pe M,
For Information regarding froUht
and pawonger rates call at the office
of the company. Lundliurr building
or telephone 131.
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TETWEEN breakfast and tennis. It s a good,
time to light, a Lucky Strike the real
Burley cigarette. It's toasted. Bnrley tobacco
has a delicious flavor when it's toasted. ,
Bread is better toasted. So is Bur
ley tobacco. Toasting has made the
Lucky Strike cigarette famous. .l
Pipe smoker? You'll '
find Lucky Strike ,
The famous original
formula; it's toasted.