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TIKKIAV. JI LY 1, 1019.
tiRAXTfl PASS DAILY COCKIER
Some USED CAR Bargains
Ono 101T Oakland Hit In good condition
no J17 Hnson Hlx, In good shape
On 101? (Iialmen gpeedstcr (Home Oar)
One 101R Chevrolet, a good a new
(hie 10IN Maxwell, In A No. 1 onPUon
On 1017 Maxwell well, Just eonie and aee It
One Kord truck (one ton) ,
rjKNKiiAii axt;shokih AND RKPAIR hhop
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY'
. Al 1 11 Street
PRESENT ' OWNERSHIP TowmdTp
plats of Josephine county, 60c
each. Kor aula by Josephine Coun
ty Abstract Co.- Blue prlntlrg at
reasonable rates. J9tf
GET YOUR TIRES MENDED and
buy a D. M. ft C. K. wilder (or
future uas. See iMr. Cotcber, the
tire man at Grants I'asa hotel, tf
FOR 8AJE R6aaonable. Timber
claim, 1(0 acres, location: Sec.
34, Twp. 40, Range 4 W.. Jack
son county Oregon. Write to Mrs.
M. E. Herrlngton, 116 Weat In
diana Ave., Spokane. Wasb. 08
12 ACRES oak, madrono, fir and
pine, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood In pay
ment etumpsg. Pbone 270. 83tf
600-ACRE STOCK RANCH for sale;
about 125 acres In cultivation;
considerable Irrigation; i miles
from R. R. station; H4 miles
from two scbools; .half cash, bal
ance low Interest. Address No.
1052 care Courier. 86tf
POR SALE Singer sewing machines
on easy terms. Machines rented
and old machines taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 8.
Central avenue, Med ford. Ixcal
headquarters O rants Pass Hard
ANGEI, OAKES 75 cents each; or
der by pbone. No. 110-J. . 92tf
POR SAIjE Grants Pass Banking
Company stock. Will take cash,
Liberty bonds or Victory bonds.
Geo. U. Rarton, Box C48, phone
POlt SALE ClIBAP Kord car, good
condition, looks like new. Phone
FOR SALE $4,000 on easy terms
will buy 240-ncre stock ranch.
Thero are over 100 acres of fln
nest black plow land, all fenced,
lots of outrange for rattle, hogs
or sheep. Will pay for Itseir In
a year at this price. Only two
hours from Medford. Inquire of
FrnnhxFarrell, fiarnett-Corey Big.,
Medford. Ore. 08
SNAP 7-room modern house, 811
Orchard avonuc, clone to jiavemont
for sale cheap. Will take car In
part payment. Write John 'Sum-j
mers, tabanon, Ore., or afe Isaac
B. L. OALBRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan. Plate Glass Liability. C09
O street. 84tf
I WILL CARB for an aged or In
valid lady or geutleman In my
home, close in, phone 163-J. 07
WEOTERX old line'' life Insurance
company desires representatives
for Oregon. IJberal contracts.
Address No. 1212 care Courier. 07
E. C. MACY, D. M. D. FtMt-taa
dentistry 0 South 8IU
street. GrAnts Pass. Oregon
DR. R. J. BE8TUU Veterlnarlar
Offlce. residence. Pbone I0I-H
DKAYAUK AND THAXSrfcK
TUB WORLD MOVES; so do w.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co Pbon
P. U. ISHAM, drsyage and iranaf
fiafst. llanos and furnltur
moved, uacked, shipped and sto
ed. Office pbone 124-Y. Real
dence pbone, 124-R.
ELECTRIC WIRING and general
electrical work, repairing, nous
.wiring.. C. C. Harper, 218 North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
KNIGHTS and Udlea of Security
Council meets second and fourth
Friday's In W. O. W. ball. 43tf
, riVII, ENGINEERS i
DANIEL McPARLAND, civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. 55
I DAILY JITNEY to Selma. Kerby and
! Waldo. Leaves Grants Pass dally
; at 9:30 a. m. Everett Hogue,
pbone 317. 317
jt'SE THE WHITE LINE TAXI FOR
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call Grants
Pass Hotel, pbone 39k, Residence
phone 820-R. W. 0. White. . 790
iFOR SAME Bucks. Having . sold
our band . of sheep, we offer for
sale 15 fine, heavy-wool, good
boned Ham'boulllot ra.'ms, 2 and 3
years old. These were imported
toy us from the famous purebred
Jackson herd of Dayton, Wash.,
and are the heat you can buy. To
eell cjulckly priced at 840, f. o. b.
, 'Medford. Also a few registered
rams. Rosenburg Bros., Medford
FOR SALE Pigs. -Inquire at 205
Bridge street, or phone. 895-J. 11
FOR SALE Milk goat and kid.
Nine-tenths thoroughbred. Phone
1 372-Y. . , v ... ' .... 07
A HOUSE FOR RENT Grants Pass
Banking Co. 07
WANTED Work toy man and wife,
' together. Man handy with tools.
Camp cook and waitress or farm
work. Inquire at Grants . Pass
rooming house for D. A. Purty
. HMO. '08
WANTED 'A hay fork and .carrier.
Address Geo. W. Potts, Rt. 4,
Grants Pass. , 07
WANTED Furnished house for the
. summer. Address No. 1209 care
Courier. v 11
FOR TRACK (House and two lots,
corner Pine a"nd I streets; 4
rooms, bath, city water, electric
light, shade trees. Will sell cheap
or trade for second-hand auto.
Frank B, WiUJams, Qleuda'.e, Ore-
05, " -. JO
CALL 262-R FOR C1TX AND coun-
try trips. New Chevrolet at your
disposal. Day and night, prompt
service. , fipa .Taxi. , C. E. CUk
son. ' out
IF YOU WAiNT TO ET THERE,
call 22-J. Two common old Fords.
We are on the job anywhere and
any time. (Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. 50tt
L O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practn
limited to diseases of the eye, eat
nose and throat. Glasses BtteO
Offlce hours 9-12, 2-5, or on as
polntment Offlce phone (2. res
denoe phone 359-J.
a LOUQHRIDOB. M. IX, Physwi.
and surgeon. City or country ca
attended day or night. Restdenr
pbone 869; office phone 1 Mt
Sixth and H, Tuffs Bldg.
A. A. W1THAM, M. , D Interna
, medicine and nervous, disessei
90S Corbett Bldg., Portland. Ore
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m
FREDERICK 1). 8TRICKER, M. D.,
Rooms 5 and 7 MasonicBuilding.
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
Five Dollars Reward '
Five dollars reward will be paid
for the'arrest and conviction of any
one stealing the Bully Couriers from
residences or mall boxes,
, . , - -
Would) You Economize T i
Then buy letter paper by the
ream; 500 shefets for ,', , 'Cpnr'er
riffle. ' , 41tf
UP ANCIENT S
JCAUFORNIA HiSTORY .
San Pedro, CaL, July I. Interest
In tho early history ot California
and, Mexico hue been Increased
through discoveries made ' on the
Island of Guadeliipe, a' picturesque
and rugged peak rising out of the
Pacific, about 850 miles southwest
of this port, iby a party of Americana
who satlod from here and returned
Not only did they find what Is con
sidered evidence of the presence
there of (Americans more than a cen
tury atco, hut also discovered what
appeared to have been the last rest
ing place of some daring explorer of
a far earlier date. Mm-h speculation
has been aroused as to whether a
leader !of the famed expedition of
Juan Rodrlguer. Canrillo, perhaps
even that hardy Portuguese himself,
may have liwn given there the lonll-
et of toml)-'
The discoveries were made by the
merest change. iMambers of the ex
ploring party resting on the crown
of a great rock, a few rods from the
shore, noticed what appealed to be
rude lettering on the side nearest
The debris cast up about the rock
toy the waves was removed with picks
and shovels and there was eximsed
to view the record ot a landing by
the crew of the ship "Triumph" In
1807 so reads the Inscription.
There are a! score of names there;
also an American flag and an Amer
ican shield. The names are thought
to be those of New England whalers,
for they are such as were borne by
the Puritans. There Is one natae cut
larfcer than the rest Rami Chap
man. Another deeply engraved is
Duyid Crlsty. The Christian names
are such as Thaddeus, Theophllus.
Bbenezer, Jonathan, common In the
"Landed Septr. the 9 A. . 1807"
Is the record of their coming, 'left
tho" and there the grinding of the
rocks snd sand or many tides has
done Its work and the rest Is left
to the imagination.
Admimion 15c and :Oc
in "UNDER THE TOP"
The feature picture (at the
Strand) is "Under the Top." with
Fred Stone, and it to so much better
than Stone's previous picture, "The
, Goat," that 1t seems a pity be could
, not have had H for his screen debut.
The scenario is by John Emerson
and Anita iLoos, so, needlees to say,
the story is good and the titles are
amusing. They have succeeded in
-bringing to the front some ot Stone's
delightful good humor and lngenn
ousness, alo they have woven a per
fectly plausible plot around Us acro
batic feats, so rt la not necessary,
as is so often the case, to nold np
the entire operation while the star
steps forward and climbs houses,
leaps over fences and walks tight
ropes all of these things are part
of the story. New York Tribune.
Manic by the orrheMnu A
twenty minute prelude and
for the picture, ,
basis for the story was found In
Stone's own experiences aa a youngs
ter, when he yearned for life "under
the big top." As an expert laWat
thrower, tight rope walker, bareback
rider and skater, beside being the
comedian who won wide renown as x
the "Wizard of Ox," Fred Stone has
unusual qualifications for thie acro
batic role. The fact that John Emer
son and Anfta loos are the authors
of "Under the Top" Is in Itself a
sufficient assurance of a lively and
skillful scenario. N. Y. Sun.
Letter hesds thst will pleas yon.
at the Courier. '
MI kinds of Commercial Printing
U the Courier Office.
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your system
In order by regularly taking
The world's standard rmdy for kidnr,
Ilvr. bladder and uric acid troubles, th
enemies of lils and looks, in ue since
1696. All druggists, three sizes.
teh far Ike Berne CeU MwM e eenr ki
u4 eceee' aa imiuiioa
Tie excrurlstinr agonies ot rheuma
tism are usually the result of failure of
the kidneys to expel poisons from the
system. If the irritation of these nrie
acid crystals is allowed to continue, in
curable bladder or kidney diseaae may
tesnlt Attend to it at once. Don't
revert U temporary relief. The sick
ludseys must be restored to health by
the cm ef some sterling remedy which
will prevent a re torn of the dlsesse.
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
OB Capsules Immediately. They have
brought back the Joys of life to count
less thoussnds of sufferers from rheu
matism, lame back, lumbago, sciatica,
gall stones, gravel and other affections
of the kidneys, liver, stomach, bladder
and allied organs.
They will attack the poisons at once,
riesr out the kidneys and nrtsarr tract
and the soothing healing oils and herbs
will restore the inflamed tissues and
ergnns to normal health.
All others srs imitations. Ask tor
GOLD MEDAL and be sure the name
GOLD MEDAL is on tbe box. Three
sixes, at all good druggists,
The. California and Oregon
coast Kaiiroad company
t 'TIME CARD -
Effective Nov. 19, 1918
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Grants Pass- .'. 1 P. M
Arrive Waters Creek......'....3 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek...... 3 P. M
Arrive Grants Pass..... 4 P. M.
For, Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at the office
of the company1, Lundburg building,
or telephone i 31. ;
Fred Stone figures at the Strand
In a story of circus life entitled "Un
der the Top." It Is said that the
To see him pursued across a' cir
cus lot while a performance 1 going
on was funnier than any of his feats.
He was clown, trapeze performer,
bareback rider and pole climber, and
his ecape np the center pole onto
the big top and down from such diz
xy heights in safety was accomplish
ed at aviation speed. New York
THIRTY COUNTIES ARE
REPRESENTED AT O.A.C.
Oregon (Agricultural College, Cor
vallls, June 30. More than 400 per
cent Increase In number of men en
rolled at the college for tbe summer
session over attendance Fast year is
recorded. Eighty-one men have reg
istered and 178 women, making a
total of 295. iLast year at the end
ot the first week attendance was 191.
Thirty counties of Oregon are rep
resented and 11 stales.
HOLI.WKG WONT SATISFY;
WIIXIK MIST COMK OVT
Washington, July 1. Internation
al law experts of the entente em
bassies In Washington hold that
since Dr, Theobold von Bethmann-
Hollweg In his capacity of chancel
lor of the German empire was re
sponsible solely to the German ejn
peror, the one-time ruler of Germany
cannot escape full responsibility for
any and all the acts committed by
FIXI) 16-INOI VK1X OK SOLID
GOLD IX IDAHO MINE
Grangeville, Idaho. July 1. One
of the richest gold finds made In re
cent years in Idaho country was re
ported in the Unity mine at N War
rens. The ntrike was made at the
900-foot level, where a 16-inrh vein
was uncovered. - It is almost pure
gold. The property is owned by H.
A. Csizek of Boise.
Warrens is one of Idaho's oldest
mining camps and has yielded 25.
000,000, but this strike is the beet
CHIXKSK 'DELEGATES AT i
, XXFEKECE WORRIED'
Patls, July 1. In spite of their
refusal to sign the Deace
urday, the Chinese delegates are not
regarded "as having -withdrawn fmm
the peace conference and will con
tinue to take part in the proceed
ings. The delegation is awaiHnar in
structions from Peking. '
If the Chinese government la Ma.
posed to sign, it is said in confer
ence Circles, it Is Still nnmlhln n 14.
delegates to do so. .
ACCEPTS NO .MORE REOKU1TS
XR A. E. V. SERVICE IS ORDER
Portland, Ore., July 1. Major
General C, H. Martin.- In charge nf
the Portland army recruiting office
announced today that he had been
notified, by the war department to
accept no more recruits for the Am.
erican expeditionary forces in France I
and Germany after the end ot this!
week, i v
Classified Ad Rate
Classified advertising In the Dally
Courier will be charged for at the
rate of 6 cents per line per Issue un
less paid In advance. The rate of
23 words at 50 cents per week does
not provide tor bookkeeping, post
age on statements . mailed, etc. Here
tofore we have permitted occasional
charges at the cheap rates hut, no
more.. ' V .'.
VII kinder le! Hantr 8t t-
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Weighs more thast any other tire oa the market
We make oar own adjustments .
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Corps of highest-paid
Racine inspectors ex-
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tire. Imperfections ,
can't slip by.
W you to put Racine Tires to tlie test of
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yield beyond the expected figure, will justify our
claim that Racine Tires are the true quality tires,
, in every sense of the word. ; : ; ';.
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It has the famous mileage-adding Racine Absorbing Shock
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