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CUIAXTS PASS DAILY COCKIER
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass
TKAM and 10 your old, also bar
uetts add a;;on fur sale. Hull all
or part. Cull 712 North Eighth
or phone 13-1,. 2 8tf
HKE8ENT OWNERSHIP township
Plata ot Josophlne couuty, 60c
tact). For aalo by Josephine Coun
ty Abatrat't Co. (Una printlrg at
reasonable rutin. 89tf
OKT YOU II TIKES MENDED uud
buy o D. M. & C. K. weldor forJK.
future uaa. See Mr. Gotcher, the
tlrn inun at Grunt Tuna hold, tf
VOJi SALE Reasonable. Timber
claim, 100 acre. Location: Sec.!
34, Twp. .40, Range 4 W., Jack
on county Oregon. Write to Mr.
M. E. Harrington, 116 Went In
diana Ave., Spokane, Wash. 08
12 ACltES oak, tnadrone, fir and
pine, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood In pay
ment itutiipage. Phone 270. 83tf
600-AOHE STOCK RANCH for aale;
about 125 acres In cultivation;
considerable Irrigation; 2 mllea
from R. R. station; 1 ',4 mllea
from two schools; half cash, bal
ajico low Interest. Address No.
1052 care Courier. 86tf
FOR BALK Singer sewmgiacnTnee
on easy terms. .Machines rented
'and old machines taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 S.
Centra avenue, Med ford. Local
headquarters Grunts Pass Hard
ANGEL CAKES 75 rents each; or
der "by phone, No. 190-J. 92tf
FOR SAIJC Crants Pass Banking
Company stock. Will take cosb,
Ubeiiy londa or Victory bunds.
Geo. L. Barton, Box 646, phone
FOR SALE Several hed of Jersey
cattle. Call Mrs. Belle IHmmlck,
(hone 609-F-14. 04
iFOR SALE 15 head of milk cows.
Inquire Knox and Topping at Tem
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Chester!
White pigs and Shetland ponies.
Mrs. H. E. Gordon. 06
FOR SALE CHE5AP Ford car, good
condition, looks like new. Phone
FOR SALE $4,000 on easy terms
will buy 240-acro stock ranch.
There are over 100 acres of fin
nest black plow land, all fenced,
lots of outrange for cattle, hogs
or sheep. Will pay for Itself In
a: year at this price. Only two
hours from Medford. Inquire of
Frank Farrell, Garnett-Corey Big.,
Medford, Ore. 08
A HOUSE FOR RENT Grants Pass
Banking Co. 07
WANTED First class teamBters.
Permanent work. River Banks
W'ANTED-Roll-way "man "and "turn
down man. Good wages for ex
perienced ' men. Grants Pass
Lumber Co. 05
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply this week to Mrs. H.
U Wilson, 688 North Sixth Bt. 05
WANTED Work" by manaud wife
In lumber camp or sawmill. Wife
will cook. Must 'be together. In
quire at Grants Pass Rooming
House for D. A. Furtymun. 04
WANTED Unimproved wood land
about $1,000 as first payment on
nice residence. Balance can be
paid for on installment plan. S.
J. Taylor, phone 865-J. 04
VANTK1 Dishwasher at Josephine
5'JOST FemBreT Collie" dog." Liberal
reward. Notify manager of Jose
phine hotel. . - . 05
ESTRAY From place on Jones
Creek a Jersey cow without-horns,
with h niter. Reward for informa
tion as to whereabouts. Phone
614-F-2, Mrs. A. J. Qroon. 05
K. L. GALURAITU Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan. Plate Class Liability. 609
O street. gtt
PLAIN SEWING, dressmaking, hand
hemstitching and embroidery.
can hi did e.uai j atreet, or
phone 312-Y. 05
I. M. U. rint-otaai
Ornts Pata, Oregon.
L O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practlc
limited to diseases of the eye, ear
nosa and throat. Glasses fltted
Office hours 9-12, 2-6, or on ap
polntment. Office phone 62, res
denca phone I59-J.
8. LOUQ I1H1IXJK, 14. ' U.PijtMv
and surgeon. City or country call,
attended day or night. Resident
phone 169: office phone l
Blitn and H, Tuffs Bldg.
. A. WITHAM, M. I). Interns
medicine and nervous diseases
90S Corbett Bldg., Portland. Or
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m
FREDERICK 1). 8TRICKER, M. D.,
Rooms 5 and 7 Masonlo Building.
Office hours, 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m.
Phones: Office 18-R; Res. 18-Y.
DR. W. T. TOMPKINS, 8. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-12
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R. tf
VKTKKI.VAKY HI lUiKON
J. BKSTUL, Veterlnarlat
residence. Pnooe B05-W
DKAYAUK AND THANSrEU
MOVES; so do ws
Trsosfer Co. Phon
U. I9HAM, drsyage aud tranafs
Safes, ilanos and furnltur
moved, packed, shipped and sto
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Resi
dence phone, 124-R.
ELECTRIC WIRING and , general
electrical work, repaying, house
wiring. C. C. Harper, 315 North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
KNIGHTS and Ladles ot Security
Council meets second and fourth
Friday's In W. O. W. hHll. 43tf
DANIEL McFARLAND civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. K5
DAILY JITNEY to Selina, Kerby and
Waldo. Leaves Grants Pass dally
at 9:30 a. m. Everett Hogue,
phone 317. 317
USE THE WHITE (LINE TAXI FOR
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call Grants
Past Hotel, phone 39b. Residence
phone 820-R. W. 'G. White. 790
PALACE TAXI CO., Wyatt & Cutler,
proprs., only 2-car taxi company
. in city. Phones: Day 22-J;
night 2S4-J for prompt service, tt
CAUL 262-R FOR CITY AND coun
. try trips. New Chevrolet at your
disposal. Day and night, prompt
service. Spa Taxi. C. E. Gllk
The v California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company ,
, TIME CARD -.. :
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Grunts Pass.. 1
Arrive Waters Creek......; 2
Leave Waters Creek J
Arrive Grants Pass 4
For information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at the office
of the company, Lundburr building
or telephone 131.
'Grandma Hobertnon was visiting
Mrs, M. 1 -Griffin FVIday.
Asy Tylor whs In the vicinity the
past week looking over some of the
Chas. Gray 'Wan at George Jones'
Mrs. (M. L. Griffin was viHltlng
Mrs. Jun KobertMon Thursday. ,
A. C. Ford and A. J. Hussey went
to Grants Puss 'Friday to attend the
Hto-k growers meeting.
Mrs. Falvy and daughters, Bessie
and Vivian, were vUltlng 'Mrs. 'A. J.
Hussey Haturduy afternoon.
Mrs. Wlggs, of Grants Pass, Is
viHltlng her niece, Mrs. M. L. Griffin
Mr. 'Morrison has been sick the
past week and went to Grants Pass
Thursday to see al doctor.
Mr. Oden and two little sons and
Iawrnce McCallister were calling
on George McCallister one day the
F. N. Robertson, I). G. Robertson
and families attended the social
given by the grange at Merlin Satur
George tMoCalllster was visiting his
B. C. Neely and Thos. Overton
went to Grants Pass Thursday.
V. Zi. Robertson and little son,
Wlllard. Grandma Robertson and
Mrs. H. Stevenson, were it Grants
Mr. and Mrs. Orr nnrf fi.mll nr
Albany are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson. They are on their way to
Ufrearent City on an outing.
Mrs. Harry Keyt and A. J. Crow
were vbiltlng their nelce, Mrs. A. C.
Mr. itiid Mrs. Arthur Rennett and
AJIIe Wallace, of Glenwood, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Overton, left Tuesday for an outing
up the Rogue and through eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield and sob
and daughter. Earnest and Bulah
were out from Graiits Pass Tuesday
looking over their farm.
Mrs. IT Stevenson Is visiting; with
friends a few days this week at
Rg. U.S.Pat. Off.
U our Registered and Common-taw
I rade-Msrk and can only be fight
full iMed on goods made by us.
Kooeralls are garments for
children I to 8 years of age.
If a dealer tries to sell VOU. under
the Koverallt name, any garment
not ot our manufacture, you may be
sure he has an article that he is
trying to market on Koverallt
Unless made by Levi Straws & Co,
they're Dot KOVERALLS.
Keep Kids Kleen
$1.50 the Suit
AJ? FREE "iffi"
KOVERALLS are nsde only by Levi
Stwin tt Co, San Frsnciico and bear this
H. D. NORTON, . Attorney-at-law.
Practices In all State and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
G. W. COUVIO, Attorney-at-lnw.
Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
E. S. VAN ITYKE, Attorney.
tices in all courts. First National
Bank Bldg. . ... ., ... . . ... .,
O. S. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270
Grants Pass, Oregon.''
BLANCARD & BLANCHARD, At
torneys. Albert Bldg. Phone
236-J. Practice in all courts; land
. board attorneys.
C. A. SIDLEJR. AUornev-nt-lAW. Mn.
sonic Temple, Grants Pass, Ore.
iEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law,
referee In bankruptcy, Masonlo
Temple, Grants Pass, Oregon.
Phoner 185-J. f
1WIES T. CHINNOCK, Law.r.
, First National Bank Bldg.. Grants
akt, K U 4- PAT Off
irvi STRAUSS & CO,
ERADICATING STOCK DISEASE
Bull Association Play Important Part
in Combating Aliments of Dairy
(Prepsrsd by the United States Depart
mint of Agriculture.)
Co-operative hull association piny
a eoiiHlderiiMe part in rnmbating dis
uses of diilry stock. While unorgan
ized dairy fanning orieratlons have a
tetiileniy to spread abortion, tubercu
losis and other communicable diseases,
the policy 0f the bull associations
works In the opposite direction. For
example, an Iowa association will not
Hllnw any of Its members to receive
the benefits of the association until hi
herd lias been tested for tuberculosa
and all reuctors eliminated. One
runner who did not dispose of the re
actors after the tuberculin test wus
applied wus refused the nse of bulls
until he compiled with the rules of the
The educational work of each asso
clutlon makes the members alert to
prevent the Introduction ad spread of
dlseuse of uny kind. The well-managed
bull association requires that the
cuttle of each member shall be tested
for tuberculosis and tukes every
known precuutlon to prevent the Intro
duction of infectious abortion.
KEEPING ONLY OF ONE BREED
No Particular Demand for Guernseys
In Holstein District Breeders
Have Learned Lesson.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Ten years ago a fnrmer In northern
Wisconsin began to breed Gournseys
In a Holstein district. He now has a
fine herd and wonders why buyers
never come bis way. The reason Is
that when buyers want Guernseys
they nnturally go to a Guernsey dis
trict. As a rule, the breeders of pure
bred cattle already have learned this
lesson. The principle Is as true of
grades as of registered stock, but
many owners of grasje cattle seem to
have overlooked It. All dairy breeds
! Dairy Owners Can Improve Herds by
! Using Pure-Bred Sires.
are sometimes found In' the same
neighborhood, and even on tlie same
fnrm pevernl dulry breeds and ull pos
sible combinations of them are seen.
Perhaps one year a Holstein bull la
used, the next year a Jersey, and .oc
casionally a bull of no particular
breed. In a grade herd recently
studied there were Hotstelns, Guern
seys, Jerseys, Shorthorns and every
possible cross and mixture of these
breeds. The owner admits that his
cnttle do not sell to advantage, and
the reason Is not hard to find.
The bull association encourages the
kecnlm: of onlv one hrrwl on (ho fnrma
f of its members and the establishment
of thut breed In the community. . ,
KEEP ALL DAIRY COWS CLEAN
Dirty Udders and Thighs Cause Di
rect Contamination of Milk Use .
Soap and Water.
(By P. K. HEERWAGEN. State Agrl-
cultural College. Fort Collins. Colo.)
Clean milk Is Impossible If the cows
are not kept cleun. Dirty udders and
thighs cause direct contamination of
the milk, for clinging dirt particles are
rubbed off Into the milk by the milker.
The" tall in switching will brush off
particles from the thighs and flunks
Into the pall. The udder should be
brushed clean with a brush or clean
cloth previous to mllklng.v It is advis
able to wash oft the flanks and thighs
occasionally with soap and water and
It Is recommended to wash -the udder
off every time previous to milking and
dry thoroughly with a clean cloth.
Some dairymen keep hindquarters
clipped, which Is a good practice, for
then theso parts are easier kept clean.
THIS CHURCH IS RICH
Refuses One Million for an Oil Well
In Cemetery. . ''
The Merrinm Baptist church of
Ranger, Tex., which already has ac
quired an income of $200,000 a yeat
through oil. wells sunk in Its church
yard, has refused $1,000,000 for the
right to develop wells in the gruve-
yard which adjoins the church. It be
came known here.
The grsveysnl now is surrounded
by oil wells and numerous companies
have made the congregation, which
has only 29 members, fabulous offers
for the burying ground.
The congregntlon has voted that
sone of Its members shall profit per
sonally by Its good fortune, but that
the entire Income ubiill be devoted ta
the glory of God. The sum of 10O,
000 alresily tins been distributed
among Baptist Institutions In this
8ick Headache, Sour Stomach, Bloat
ing, Gas, Coottipstion sll these dis
tressing consequences of indigestion are
avoided if the bowels are keep open
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET!
act promptly, without pain or asiuea.
They clear the bowels, sweeten lbs
stolen sod tone up the liver.
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Closing Out Accessories
All Tires and Tubes at Cost
Spot Lights from HJiO Vp
(Spark Plugs 60c, 65c, 75c '
Motorist Cor oralis, $4 '
IKxIge Bumpers At Cost
.Maxwell Bumpers at Cost
Luggage Carrier $4.25
Tire Covers All Sizes
A. V. HAZEL.TOX, Proprietor
AI THORIZFJ) WILLAKD eKKVICK
Some USED CAR Bargains,
One 1017 Oakland Six In good condition
One 1917 Saxon Six, in good shape
One 1917 Chalmers Speedster (Some Car)
One 1918 Chevrolet, aa good aa new
One 1918 Maxwell, in A No. 1 condition
One 1917 Maxwell well. Just come and see it
- One Ford truck (one ton)
GENERAL ACCESSORIES AND REPAIR SHOP
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
511 H Street
YOUR COMPLEXION is muddy. You look hag
gard end yellow. Your eyes arc losing their
lustre. The trbuble is with your liver. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
will correct that. k Then - avoid meats, hot bread
and hot cakes, take frequent baths and a long walk
every day, and ycu will soon be. as well and as
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Courier Job Department. '
25 cents per bottle.