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GRANTS PASS DAiLV. COtlUEH
Some USED CAR Bargains
One 1017 Oakland M ia good condition
na 1017 Hiuon HIk, 1b good hie
One 1017 OiaJmors Speedster (Horn Oar)
One 101N Chevrolet, m good m turn
On 10 1 It Maxwell, la A No. 1 condition
ue 1017 Maxwell well, Juat come tuiil see It
On JAard truck (one ton)
GKNEUAL AdtttHMOKIKS AND ItKI'AJK SHOP
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
All II Street
PRESENT " OWNKRSH IP Towokbip
Plata of Josephine county, SOo
ach. For sale by Josephine Coun
ty Abstract Co. Blue prlntlrg at
reasonable rates. 39tf
OET YOUR TIRES MENDED and
buy a D. M. ft C. K. welder for
future use. See Mr. Gotcher, the
tire man at O ran Is Pass hotel, tf
12 ACHES oak, madrone, fir and
pine, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood in pay
ment stumpage. Phone 270. 83tf
00-ACRB STOCK-RANOH for aale;
about 12G acrei In cultivation;
conalderable IrriKatlon; 2 mile
from R. R. station: 1H mllea
from two achoola; bait cash, bal
ance low Interest. Address No.
1052 care Courier. 8Ctf
fX)R SALE Singer sewing maohlnea
on easy term. Machine rented
and old machine taken In part
payment. ,C. A. Chapman, 245 8.
.Central avenue, Msdford. Ixcal
headquarters Grants Pau Hard
AVCEL CAKES 75 cenU each; or
der by phone, No. 190-J. 92tf
KOR'SAMi Oranta Paaa Banking
Company stock. Will take cash,
Uberty bond or Victory bond.
Oo. L. Hart on. Box 646, phone
FOR SALE CirBAJ' Ford car, good
condition, looks like new. Phone
fiMAP 7-room modern house, 811
On-hard avenue, clone to pavement
for nle cheap. Vftt take car In
part payment. Write John Sum
mem, Irfilmnon, Ore., or nee Isunc
FOR SALE Pigs. Inquire at 205
Bridge atreet, or phone S95-J. 11
WANTED .Furnished house for the
aummer. Address No. 1209 care
KNIGHTS and Ladle of Security
Council nieeta aecouil and fourth
Friday's In W. O. W. hall. 43tf
DANIEL McFARLAND. cIvU engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. KB
E. C. MACY. D. M. D. Ftrst-las
dentistry 109H South Blxtl
street. Urnts Pass. Oregon.
U O. CLEMENT. M. D., Pracilc
llmltrd to diseases of the eye, ear
nose and throat. Glasses lilted
Office hours 9-12, 2-5. or on ap
polnlmant Office phone 63. res
dence phone I59-J.
a LOU0HRIIX1E. U. U. Phyalola
and surgeon. City or country rail
attended day or night. Restdeor
phone ; office phone IN!
Blitb and H. Tuffs Bid
A. A. WITHAM. M. D. Interna
medicine and nerrous diseases
H Corbelt Bldg., Portland. Ors
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m
FREDERICK I). 8TRICKER. 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. W. T. TOMPKIN& 8. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all dlseaaes. Honrs 9-12
a. tn.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R. tf
DR. R J. BE8TUL, Veterlnarlar
Office, residence Phone I0S-F
1 KIDNEY PUNCH
FOR TRADE House and two lots,
corner Pine uiid I streets; 4
rooms, bath, city wnter, electric
llKht, shiido trees. Will sell cheap
or trade for second-hand onto.
Frank E. Williams, Qlendale, Ore
B. L. GAL.BRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan. Plate GIubs Liability. 609
O street. 84tf
ELECTRIC WIR1NQ and general
electrical work, repairing, bouse
wiring. C. C. Harper, SIS North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
DHAYAOB AND TKANSr Lit
THE WORLD MOVES; so do w
' Bunch Bros. Transfer Co., Phon'
F. G. 1?HAM, drayage and transfer
Bates, t lanos and furnttun
moved, packed, shipped and ator
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Resi
dence phone, 12 4-R.
(Continued from page 1)
Tolwlo. Ohio. July 3. After
nurnnnlniy .1 s il- n itiw.n tMa nl4v
.ated on the shores of Jjake Erie, by
every means of modern transports
j Hon, thoiiBa'nds of boxing enthuglaBts
.today sought places to lay their
I heads during the hours that inter
vened before Jeea Wlllard and Jack
jDompsey enter the ring. Ixwg lines
, of railroad 'trains, strings of steam
i boats, endless chains of automobiles
and even an occasional alrphcne are
depositing their burdens of human
Every arrangement for the carina;
of the visitors Is being tested to the
limit and It appears certain that by
night sleeping accommodations will
not be available at any irlce. It a
stated this morning that every one
of Oio 25,000 hotel cots and beds
had been reserved, while the over
flow tvos being shunted Into private
rooming places and huge vacant
stores and office buildings filled with
cot. On the outskirts and In the
parks ftlongjthe lake front, tents are
DAILY JITNEY to Selma, 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
Pass Hotel, phone 89k. Residence
. phone 820-R. W. G. White. 790
CALL 262-R FOR CITY AND coun-
i try trips. New Chevrolet at your
' disposal. Day and night, prompt
'. service. Spa Taxi. C. E. Gllk
. Bon. . . Oltf
Letter heads that will nleasa von
at the Courier.
Envelopes at the Oo Tier Office
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W. - TUB 1HAMOND BBANOl A
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SOll) CY DRUGGISTS tVLRYWHERf
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
l Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Portland, Ore., July S. While
the weather of the vaitt week has
tMten very favorable for haying and
harvesting, the Absence of rain 1s
becoming serious In dry farming lo
cal It m, according to the weekly
summary of weather and crop con
ditions Issued by the United States
weather bureau here, and spring
sown crops are showing the effects
of drought. Irrigation water in the
eastern portion of the state Is be
coming scarce also, and fears are en
tertained that the shortage will re
sult In I'-ss than the average yield of
staples In Irrigated dtatriots of the
The condition of barley Is fair, of
outs excellent and of spring wheat
generally good, but all of these are
much in need of moisture. A fair
crop of rye Is 1oing harvested. Win
ter wheat continues promising went
of the Cascade mountains,, but ia
showing the effects of drought In the
northeastern districts. Wheat har
vest txigan this week in Morrow
county, while some already has been
cut in Umatilla.
The strawberry crop Is drawing to
a cloae, and with favorable weather
the picking of raspberries and logan
berries is being niHhcd, with an ex
cellent ylijd of loganberries being
harvested. The apple situation con
tinues. promlHing and thinning ia
progretMlng. Aprioots alid early Hale
pMche are turning In Umatilla
A ood crop of hay 1a bring se
cured under very favorable condi
tions. Wild ineadowa in 'Lake conn.
ty are short las a rule, where lack
ot water In the mountains necessi
tates early cutting. The low ranges
and pastures are fast drying up, but
the mountain range continues good
and cattle are doing well.
Potatoes and other truck crops are
greatly In need of rain for the best !
for Soar Stomach
Bloating. Gas, Coated Tongue,
A:.L If I I . . n . .....
aic nciaacne, dm Dream, cilioot- I
svcm. Indigestion or Constipation take I
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS ,
Tbey cleanse lbs bowels, sweeten the '
stomscb snd invigorate the liver. Do
not r)p Of sicken. '
P. I. ..h.., Eh St., HMeock, Mlcb-l 1 I
km io fol CMkarbt Tab Ira ifcoraxa i
uiii soa potitlMhr tbm tbey sra IW '
BULLET HOLES LEFT FOR
Dublin. July 2. Examination has.
just revealed that In the shooting'
which took place In the streets of
Dublin Kaiiter week In 1918. the
great O'Contiell monument was
penetrated by eight or nine bullets.!
A proiMMal has been made that!
the damage should be repaired. The
city engineer, however, has advised!
that the bullet holes do not involve!
any risk to the monument, are In-!.
visible unless attention is specially:
drawn to them, and In the future
will have a considerable historical.
Inherent. Accordingly, the corpora-!
tlon has decided that the monument;
shall remain as It is. . '
From the standpoint of economy,
bag plant is essential.
the dry clean-
equipped dry cleaning
v We have on of the beet
plants la Southern Oregon.
The badly soiled garments that yon think are not
worth cleaning are the ones we can pot in clean and
wearable condition, thus saving yon money, an the new
clothes have advanced slightly In price.
The Wardrobe Cleaners
AMOS F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
315 North Sixth Street
JAPS GETTING HOLD
Mexico City, July 3. Japanese
capitalists are trying to close deals'
Involving the purchase of the princi
pal iron deposits in Mexico, accord-1
1ng to El Universal, which paper,
bases its story on rumors In commer
cial circles. It is said that the de
posits Involved are those of Cerro
j del 'Men-ado, in Durango, the value
of which is increased iby the proxi-
mKy of the coal mines of Coahuila'.
;The paper adds that H is nrooosed
to bring to Mexico thousands of Jap
COI XTV AGKXT'8 XOTKS
CONSULT THE CHART
Zerolene is made in various consistencies
to mart with scientific accuracy the lubri
cation, needs of each type of automobile
engine You have the benefit of experts'
advice when yon consult oar Correct Lu
brication Chart. Get a chart for your car.
STAMDAfcD OIL COHYAKY, (California)
Second Generation Horny
This spray Is generally due early
In July, but the cod Lin moth does'
not come In generation In Southern !
Oregon, but hatchea almost con-j'
tinuously after the first warm days. .
"Keep the fruit covered with spray",
Is the rule. Fruit has been growing '
rapidly, and, no doubt, most of it'
has outgrown the last spray. We
would advise an arsenate of lead !
spray 3to 100 within a few days.
Butterflies that deposit the eggs '
of cabbage worm .have been very!
numerous the last few days. Iook
out for an ' outbreak of cabbage ;
worms in a: few days.
Paris green, a pound to 150 gal
lons of water, used as a spray is a
good remedy, and can be used with ,
safety until the heads are about
half formed-. -
Hot watefc al a temperature of
130 degrees,. will destroy all Insects!
and do practically no harm to the
plants. C. D. THOMPSON.
County Agent. ;
United States Tires
are Good Tires
40 STUDENTS EXECUTED
(Continued from page II
Ukrainian prisoners are arriving at
ibemberg and the populations ot the
evacuated region are returning.
Bolshevlkl forces began an at
tack on the iPollsh front Sunday, but
were everywhere repulsed.
JF YOU WANT TO OET .THERE,
call 22-J. Two common old Fords.
We are on the Job anywhere' and
any time. Palace Taxi Co. . Wyatt
y and Cutler. Jitney Luke. SOtf
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday ,
Leave Grants Pass 1 P. M
Arrive Waters Creek ..2 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek .;....S P. M
Arrive Grants Pass .......A P. M
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at the offlc
of the company, Lundburg building
or telephone IS I. ,
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The Real Thing Right Through
Put United States Tires under your car and
you'll find them the real thing.
They're built to wearto give you the kind
of economical service you want. And thaf s
just what they do. .
Hundreds of thousands of regular users will
vouch for that lots of them right ground here. '
There are five distinct types of United States
Tires one for every need of price or use.
We have exactly the ones for your car.
We know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them
, ! JEWELL HARDWARE CO. 'cOI.ll HILL niPLEMEXT & HOWE. CO.,oId Hill, Oreosi