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TIUItKIMY. Jl'ME 1U, 1010.
4JKAKTS PASS DAILY COCKIER
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and .Canvas Work
With Grants Pass
:AM nl 10 year old, also har
ness and wutton fur salo. Bell all
or. part. Call 712 North Klihlb
or phona 1S-L.
JlBSKNT OWNERSHIP township
plats f Josephine county, &0e
Mb. For sals by Joseublno Coun
ty Abstract Co. Hlue prlntlrK at
reasonable ruin, 39t(
H 8ALB AT A SNAP Kins 20
' ucre stock ranch. SO acres In cul
' llvatlon, balance In timber and
pimture, 14 mllus down llio Itoxue
trout Grunt Van. (Jood terms,
and If a quirk deal fun be mude,
you ciin got a real bargain. Ad
dress R, F. O. No. 2, Hoi 76. C.
K. Cardwall. 9S
KT YOt'U T1IIK8 WKNUKI) and
buy a D. M. ft C. K. welder for
future urn'. See Mr. Gotcher, the
fire man at Grants al'sa hotel, tf
X)R S.U-K Reasonable. Timber
claim, 100 aoree. Location: Sec.
34. Twp. 40, Range 4 W Jack
son county Oregon. Write to Mrs.
M. E. Herrlniftoii, IK West In
diana Ave., Spokane, Wash. 01
3 ACRES oak, madrone, fir and
ptne, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood In pay
ment stumpage. Phone 370. SStf
fcpO-ACRB STOCK RANCH for sale;
I about 125 acres In cultivation;
f considerable Irrigation; 2 mile
I from R. R. station; 1 '4 miles
i from two schools; half cash, bal
ance low Interest. Address
10&2 care Courier. 86tf
XR 8AJ.B Singer sewing machines
on euVjr terms. Machines rented
and old machine taken In part
IpUymont. C. A. Chapman,345 S.
Central avenue, Medford. Local
) headquarters Grants Pass Hard
KM SU.E Thoroughbred Chester
White weaned pigs. Price 00
and 17.00 eich. Mrs. H, E. Gor
don. R. F. D. No. 2. S7
AKG-KL CAKES 75 oents each; or
der 'by phone, No.l0-J. 92tf
l!X)R SALE Grants Pass Banking
Company stock. Will take cash,
Liberty bonds or Victory bonds.
Geo. L. Ilurton, Hox C4(, phone
MISl KI.LANKOl H
. L. GALURAIT11 Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan., Plate Gluss Liability. 609
G street. Mtf
NEW MILLINERY goods Just arriv
ed at II. K. Burton's, -407 North
SIxU street. , '100
' WANTED Men to work In lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
Transportation furnished. For
particulars inquire at Broen's
Crescent City stage office, Oranta
Pass, Ore., near 8. P. R. R dopot
and express office. P'ltim .if...
WANTED TO RENT Small furnish
ed house. Phone 225 after 4
p. m 91
WEN WANTED on WlWerville Irri
gation ditch. Apply R. C. Steven
eon. Phone WildervIHe central. 2"0
WANTED Circle cut-off sow, ID or
18 inches, with mandrel), pulley
and boatings. State make, price
. and condition. Oust Coorin, R.
F. D. No. 4. , , 97
WANTED Cook for ranoh, vfrom
elg-ht to twelve men, $40 per
month. Address all correspon
dence to Box 6, Fort Dick, Cal. 01
FOR EXCHANGE 11500 for ; 40
acres of tlmbor land, two miles
beyond Leonard r Orchards Co.,
with house, barn, wood, hen and
bog fthed, fenced and a well, for
from two' to five acres improved
with building. ' Chas. Kroeger,
I R. 2, Grants Ps, Ore. : 97
K. C. SfACY. 1). M. I), Klri-I'
dentistry. luH Boutb Biiti
trvet, Grants I'aai, Oregon.
DAILY JITNKY to Selma, Kerby and
Waldo. Leaves (iranta Pass dally
at 9:30 a. m. Kvereit Uoijue,
phono1 S 17. 3 IT
t'8K TliEWHITB LINE TAXfrOR
, prompt service. City and country
trlpt. 8afety flrat. Call OraoU
Paia Hotel, phone 396. Residence
phone 320-R. W. 0. White. 790
PALACK TAXI CO., Wyatt ft Culler,
propra., only 2-car taxi company
In city. Phone: Day 22-J;
nlitht 234-J for prompt service, tt
8 PA TAXI Still at the same old
aund. Dent aervlce In town, day
and nlKht. Phone 2C2-R 90tf
L. O. CLEMENT, M. D.. Practln.
limited to diseases of the oya. ea
ni and throat. Glasses fitted
Office bours 9-12, t-6. or on ap
polntment. Office phone 62, ri
dsnpe phone IB8-J.
. LOUOHKIDOB. M. U, Physio
and surgeon. Cltr or country call
attended day or night. Restdenr
phone 369; office phooe 1
Sixth and H, Tuffs Bldg
A. A. WITHAM, M. O. Interna
mudlclne and nervous disease
103 Corbett Bid., Portland. Ox
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m
FREDERICK 1). 8TRICKER. M. D.,
Rooms & and 7 Masonic Building.
Off lie hours, 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 n. m.
r hones: Office 18-R; Rea. 18-T.
DR. W. T. TOMPKINS, S. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-12
a. m.i 1-R p. m. Phone 304-R. tf
VKTK1UNAHY M l;MN
DR. R. J. BESTt'L. Veterlnarla.
Office, residence. Phone I0G-R
IHMYAUK AM) TltAVS, y It
I'lIK WORLD MOVES; u Oo
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Pboa
f'. u tHHAM. drayage and trailers
Safes, i lauos and furnttm
uuv(i, packed, sblpped and tuv
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Resi
dence phone, 124-R.
ELtT(5TRic"VIRlNG and general
electrical work'', repairing, house
wiring. ,C. C. Harper, 315 North
Sixth street, phone 47. tt
KNIGHTS and Udles of Security
Council meets second and fourth
Friday's In W. O..W. hall. 4Stf
DANIEL McFARLAND, civil engi
neer nd surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. 15
H, D. NORTON, AUorney-at-Uw.
Practices In all State and Federal
Courts. First National. Bank Bldg.
0. W. COI-VIQ. Attorney-at-law.
Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
Granta Pass, Oregon.
B. S0AN DYKE. Attorney. Prac
tices In all courts. 'First National
Bank Bldg. . , : i
0. S. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-liw.
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD, At
torneys. Albert Bldg. Phone
230-J. Practice In all courts; land
C. A. SIDLER, Attorney-at-law. Ma
sonic Temple, Grants Pass, Ore.
JEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law,
referee In bankruptcy, MdBohlo
" Temple, Grants Pass, Oregon.
Phone 135J, . . K ' )
JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer,
'First National Bonk Bldg., Grant
SHALL THERE HE A FAIR?
The County Fair Board In session
Monday canvassed the question of
holding ft fair this fall. The Board
concluded that, owing to the Inade
quacy of ground and equipment and
lack of funds It Is wise to got the
expreeelon of the community on the
advisability of attempting an under
taking of this magnitude, The board
decided that unless there Is a desire
freely expressed and a,' promise of
substantial aaaltaance, It la advisable
to not hold a fair this fall.
F. 8. Ireland was elected presi
dent of the board in place of W, O.
'White renlgned. The other officers
are J M. Mitchell, treasurer, and A.
S. Coutant, secretary.
Cliwuinod Ad ItaUw
Classified advertising In the Dally
Courier will be charged for at the
rale of 6 cents per line per Issue un
less paid In advance. The rate of
25 words at 50 cents per week doe
not provide for bookkeeping, post
age on statements mailed, etc. Here
tofore we neve permitted o-rnvlonal
charges at (the cheap rates but, no
Printing that pleases -W rt it'
.'Vicrlnr Job Department.
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Trains wiM run Tuesday. Thursday
Leave Grunts Pass I P. M
Arrive Waters Creek i P. M.
Leave Waters Creek 3 P. M
Arrive Grants Pasa 4 P. M.
For information regarding freight
and passenger rites cal at the ofllnr
of the company. Lundburr building,
or telephone 1X1. '
npHINK what that, means "it's toasted."
All the delicious flavor of Burley tobacco
has been improved by toasting in Lucky
Strike, the real Burley cigarette.
PLAY TRICKS OH HONS ,
BY HIDING TREASURE
Family in' Lille Conceals Auto and
Tires From Sodier
It Is now pennlKnllile to tell fif the
hiding places of French and Belgian
luliubitmita, where they naved person
al property from requisition or con
fiscation by the Herman. This In
formation was at flrxt held up for
fear the Hermann in their retirement
might tenr down houses where they
iuH',ied concealment of property.
In I.llle one family had an alcove
iHiiinM up and wall puper plastered
over the boards to mutch the paper
of the ret of the cliinnlicr, which was
tin- living room. In this alcove were
hidden a complete nulomolille, except
Iiik the frame. Including two extra
tires; nlo 8tKI bottlex of wine, bronze
iiliit copper CMiKlleHtirks and other
oriiMiiienta. This Intiilly was In "hot
wnier" Kevernl tliueMwheu vlMted by
(icrmnii eeurclilng juirlicK.
T'ie melliiMl of I lie Ki iiatlierx w;is
fur iiiiiicoiiiii;IhmIoiiciI uttlcera to en
g:Vr I lie H ull. Mi uf I lie liuuxe In ciin-vi-r-iitlnn
upon noine iilli t'cd liicio li
of reciiln lions wlille flerninn MiMlcr
U'cretiy mude their v.nj 'jito tlie
liniiNe ami Knlnid every Hour.
The siilillers with Inuumer winilil
uhiikI Mann, relllnit unii llnois In hi
endenvor to find Hie susH-'tei cscli-.
They would trae exiKiKed water
pi lies, gas pipes and electric wire.
The fumlly with the boarded mi al
cove was fortunate to escape all the
A number of families, even with
German officer and soldiers billeted
In their homes, were able to clean' out
hiding places behind wainscoting
where they stored a surprising amount
of wine and other goods greatly de
sired by the enemy. Many a bole
was dug In cellars and covered with
big flat stones, and many persons had
money and Jewelry sewed up In hid-
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Famous on account of the toasted
flavor. An entirely new idea in ciga
rette making toasted tobacco.
ii o iuumcu . iur your
I.ucltv Strike: Tobacco,
Fabric and Cords
C. L. HOBART CO.
. ally refined from se
lccted California crude ;
oil, gives better lubri
cation with least car
bon deposit. Get a Cor
rect Lubrica-, .
tion Chart for
den pickets In their clothing.
They were no so cle-er as they
thiiuiflit they were. thite Hermans."
smile the people Of Line, the largest
French city that lied been occupied
h the GeruiHiis. Then with a wink
they kIiow you what ewoped becom
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