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GRANTS PASS DAILY COCBIER
UKDSEAOAV. JI I.V it,
SMTS PASS DAILY COURIER
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WEDNESDAY, JVLV 2,
Tonight and Thursday, fair;
gentle westerly wlnde.
COOS BAY IN WILL
FARM IN OLD MM
Chaa. CaVanagh returned Monday
from Sonora, Mexico, where he and
Mr. Coffelt recently made heavy pur
chases In Mexican farm lands and in
tend to get into the wheat raising
business on an extensive scale. Mr.
Cavanagu bought 320 acres and Mr.
Coffelt 960 acres paying 1T an
acre tor the tracts.
Mr. Cavanagh says that the land
la 2300 feet above sea level, the S. P.
railroad passes near his farms, the
- nearby cities afford excellent markets
and have modern flouring mills, the
rainfall is IS Inches for the year and
the rainy season is during July and
August. The winter are mild, the
lowest recorded temperature being
X7. but usually never freezes. The
title given to these lands is perfect
and dates back to the federal govern
ment, there being a deed and ab
stract combined. One feature which
strikes all investors favorably Is the
manner and extent of taxation. Un
improved and gracing lands are tax
ed 1 cents per acre, improved
.lands 3 cents and Irrigated lands 6
cents. Water is obtained by sinking
wells about 100 feet deep, and no
trouble is encountered anywhere on
It is Mr. Oavanagfc's plan to go
there with his sons early this fall.
plow up his place with a tractor, and
plant as much as possible to wheat,
this is sown In January and harvest
ed In June, after, which the wheat
. crops are usually followed by corn
and maize. Corn, wheat, maize,
beans, figs, walnuts and small fruits
thrive well there.
-There are many northern people
going there to make their homes
rr'':;: . v.'.' . "v vSfc.t;'.;
Should Never Be
Quality and Service
and Mr. Cavanagh believes in a very
short time that each ot the settle
ments will be' composed largely of
whites. The tracts he has bought
are about 90 miles south of Nogales.
Arizona. Coos Bay Harbor.
YOKE IS REMOVED AFTER YEARS
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age of the A ustro-H unitarians. He
assured the king that the people of
Transylvania were as one in their
devotion and loyalty to him and
that they all hailed the day of their
liberation from the foreign oppres
sor and their unity with their broth
King Ferdinand was deeply touch
ed at the cordiality of the receptions
everywhere along the route. To the
Associated Press correspondent he
"It is a source of great happiness
to me and to the queen to find our
selves in the minds ot the Rumanian
people of Transylvania and the Ba
nat who have long waited for this
great hour of their liberation and
of their national unity. AU of the
emotion and enthusiasm with which
they received the first sovereign of
all the 'Rumanians not only is the
best recompense for all of our strug
gles and sufferings but also a guar
antee of the link which in the Great
'Rumania will bind together the peo
ple and the dynasty. I do not doubt
that the peace conference will ratify
the right of my people to complete
Will Visit Crater Lake
An outing party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Sidler, Mr. and 'Mrs.
James (Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Cob urn aid little son, will leave
Thursday evening on a trip to Crater
Lake, Klamath (Falls and points In
California. They expect to camp
the first night at Prospect, and will
return the first of next week.
it DRIVES CARIBOU
HFROS TO NEW FIELDS
Cordova; Alaska, July 2. Vast
Caribou herds have been driven into
new regions whore they have never
been found before, as the rsurt of
forest tires in the upper Kuekokwlui
country which have destroyed the
moss on which the animals subsist.
As a result, could tourists visit Mt.
McKinley national park and the re
gion 75 miles below the McKinley
range, as easily as they can reach
Rainier National park, they would
see the caribous in their new home.
Fires now burning In the Toklat,
Middle river and upper Nenana river
districts may cause the caribou to
seek still other sections for a' liveli
BRYAN K1DKK CAM Kb
IX IMS "DRV" IVWtlDK
Columbus, Ohio, July 2. William
Jennings Bryan was the chief figure
in a celebration of the funeral of
John Barleycorn at the Methodist
centenary exposition here today.
The funeral procession was hfuded
by the former secretary of state rid
ing a' camel, "the first and original
prohibitionist," as Dr. Alonzo Wil
son, director of special events t the
exposition, once termed the animal.
Foley's Honey md Tar
F man Y A. SuaWd Far CmmA Motcia.
TmfiSmlMHlntt far Pahr'tHorny Tar
WHILE NATIONS FIGHT
lxindou, July 2. "In the condi
tion of chaos in which Eastern Ku
rope Is al prevent, famine nd fa
tigue have produced a condition of
lowered resistance to Infection which
favors the reproduction of the epi
demics ot the Middle Ages." says a
writer In the lausanne (Switzer
"Prisoners are wandorlng in Kurt
rn Kuropo on their way to their
homes, innumerable Kusslaua on
their way to the East from Germany.
Hermans, Austrian and Hungarians
passing from Russia to the West.
Serb and Croats striking iouth,
Poles going to the North, crossing
one another In Indescribable confu
sion in Poland, the Ukraine, and
llungal-y. The abence of linen and
clothing forced these prisoners to
clothe themselves in raits ot skins In
the same way as the civilian popula
tion. "The tight against typhus con
sists mainly In bathing the men and
sterilizing their clothing. The Hun
garians posse ovens, but no coal;
the Czecho-Slovaks have coal but no
ovens. Soap end Iwidy linen are
absent everywhere. I.lnen, when
put Into the oven Is no wretched as
to be unbearable afterwards nd
the owner has to be sent away clad
In his sheepskin. Prisoners and
wandorlng civilians known this" so
well that they take every menus to
avoid disinfection mor than any
thing else; to avoid being stoved at
a station, they get out of the trains
when they stop at the smaller sta
tions and enter the town In small
scattered groui which attract less
"The ordinary mortality of xan
thomatous typhus in epidemic re
gions hero re the war in Silesia, Po
land, Russia aad Crajlcla was from
6 to 7 per cent, at present It Is over
20 per rent. It is true thul the epi
demic has not yet assumed the pro
lortlons of epidemic cholera In In
dia, where in the town of Bombay
alone there were 2.295 deaths from
January 12 to 25. 1919; but there
is a great danger for Europe. All
Eastern European states realize this
and though they were at war with
one another, yet they sent their
delegates to the iRudapest -congress
and decided to place their resources
Drive Away the Sun Grins
See our goggles and sun glasses
25c and Up
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. I. Time Inspector Next door First National llaak
80 lb. Mill Feed
Utility Dairy Food
Fisher Dairy Food
J. PARDEE, Grocer
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
Wonld Yon 'Economize ?
Then buy letter paper by tbs
ream; 500 sheets tor $1. Courier
office. ' tltf
Federal Rugged Tires
7000 Miles Guarantee
Weighs more than any other tire on the market
We make our own aitjimtmrnln
C. L. HOBART CO.
Cools the stomach, washes out the'
bowels, drives out Impurities, helps
the liver It's Hollister's Rocky
"Mountain Tea. Take It once-a'-week
during hot weather and see how
I happy end contented you'll be. 35c.
Tea or Tablets. Babin's Drug Store.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Keep Kids Kleen
A New Suit
if they rip
Leri Strauu St Co., San Francisco
. Awcrdtd 6RAM0 PRIZE it P.P.I.E.
LEVI STRAUSS fcCttl
Horse Shoeing and General :
Wood repairing on all kinds ot
l.ave one of the best of horse
'fcltoers that the country si
fords. ' . ;
315 South 6th St.
It is unlawful to burn Blashing, j
wood slash or grass on or near for-'
est 'or brush covered lands, from!
June 1st to October 1st, or to oper
ate any locomotive, logging engine,
portable engine, traction engine or
stationary engine using fuel other
than oil, which is not provided with
an adequate spark arrester. Any
person, firm or corporation who
shall fail to comply with this law
shall ibe guilty of a misdemeanor,
and may be fined not less than
twenty- five dollars ($25.00), nor
more than one hundred dollars
($100.00). Bafch fire warden is in
structed by the state board of fores
try to prosecute any person guilty
of such misdemeanor.
Nearly every year farm houses.
barns and fences, are destroyed by
brush fires in Josephine county, and
taxable property Is thus removed
from the tax roll, so that the coun
ty loses by these brush fires, as
well as the Individual whose pro
perty is destroyed.
Our forests give employment to
many laboring men in the state and
even here in Josephine county many
small sawmills are operating. If
our Mmber is -burned up, this indus
try will be killed. We therefore ask
the public to cooperate with us In
preventing fires. Put out all fires
just starting if you can, notify your
local v warden, iC. (A. Hoxde, phone
312-Y,' or Lynn P. Sabln, phone 840
or 107-J, of all fires you can't put
C. A. IIOXIE,
08 District Warden;'
T57 u? To) To)
Dr. Spark is back in town
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letter heads that will please you.
it the Courier.
No use going around with a-long
face now. Doc. can fix that starter
so it will work. Come up and have
it looked at before the 4th, it may
We have a few tires left which we
are selling at cost, with 5000 mile
We have a service battery for every
make of car. Just received a large
shipment from the factory, and can
fix you up any time. Gome up.
THK BATTERY MAN
"Through Service We Grow"