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uRAXTS PASS DAILY OOUUJtB
iExpert Battery 'Work
By ant Expert Battery Man
PRESENT OWNERSHIP township
Dlit of tJoDhlu county, 50c
mod. Per Ml by. Josnpbfn Coun
ty Abstract Co. Blu prlntlfg at
muopwbl rate. Itf
GET YOURtTlRBS '.QdEXDBD ,Md
bay a O. M..-4 C..X.widr tor
futur vie. 8-r. Ootcher, th
tiro nan U OranU Pom botel. If
II ACRES. oak, m4ron. tlr -and
pin, on railroad In iJrom
Prelrl. tVUI .Uk wood .In pay
ment stumps, Fno 170. -8Stf
00.CRBflTOCK -HANOJl ifor ssle;
about 116 aota ..in cultivation;
eonIdral Irrigation; I mile
from IU R. tUAIon; -IV ..mil
from tw -tobooU; halt cb,.al
un tow InUrott Adores No,
1061 car Co tier. 8tf
rOR SALE 61ngr swlng mchlne
on eaay Urm. Macblasrntd
and old machine taksn sn "part
payment. C. A. Cbapman, . H 5- 8.
C antral svenss, Mtfdford. ' Local
A headquarter OranU Pa Hd-
A NOEL CAKES 76 eeou eaobi 'or
- dr by ohm. No. 90tf. 9M
TIMBER pi AIM FOR 9AUI 1 60
acre nar Kerby. mostly pin.
NV4 of 8BK. 8WK or SE and
& of ew4. Sen. 14, T.'9-S..
R. 8 West. 'Price 12,260. Ad
dre owner, Mrs. Mettle E. Pal
mer, 674 iNehalem. Ave., Portland,
POR aAlWnvalM'i whMhalr.
No 10 Remington typewriter. Both
In first clans oondltlon. Inquire of
Mr. Edw. O. NarrU, 1042 East A
street. Phone 841-R. IB
FOR SALE (Mortorcyele heap;
.might take good bike In ; trade.
. Earl 8ummrs, Murphy. 18
.FOR iRBNT 4-room bungalow, 421
. West 1 shad tree, good well,
. eleotrlo llghta. 2 acre, 4ern, douI
' try home and park. Address Mrs.
W. H. H. Taylor, 1114 Pln-8t.3S
iW ANTE 'Man and W11 want .one
or two room with bath. North
id preferred. Address JIo. 1230
ear Courier. I'Qtf
WANTED to rent 4or tw month
'High speed motorcycle la food
running condition, equipped writWi
speedometer, horn, light. Good
rent.' Stat price and mak of
machine. Address 1247 rare mt
Courier.' "' It
WlAiNTEH) (Men for concrete road
-work. Wages. 14.60 and rp.
JBoard 31.00 also mn for rock
quarry nam wages. Perham,
Brown, Dean t Hague, Marsh field.
LOO CUTTBRS WANTBJD fl.5
per thousand. 'Awly M. C Ament.
1WIANTBD iFlrst class teameter;
permanent work. ' River Banks
"arm, phone 607-F-3. ! 28
WAiNTBD iPoettlon as stenographer
,or bookkeeper by expert person.
, Phosi 83UR. 18
' LOST :
IX53T Whtiibon Qcense 1B28.
. "Kinder pta leave t ithe'Courler
I office.; ; r , ' 20
1X3T lilght tourdnroy tvwt, "Wed
nesday, between Wlldenille and
(Grant iPaas. Finder pleas )ave
M No, 1 272 care Courier. )ft
tQR.! vlaas'B .1 .f ds .trlBg. ras-ilft'l
I. L. -GALBRAJTIf Insurance, any
kind. Jlental. Balldlng and
Loan. PUt Glass Liability. 601
' O trt, -84U
DAILY JITNEY to Selma, Kerby and
Waldo. Leave OranU Past dally
at 1:30 a. m. Everett Horn,
pboa 317. ' 117
USB THE WHITB'gJNB TAXI FOR
prompt ervle. City . and oosntry
trip. Safety flrt. Call OranU
Paa Hotel,, pboa Hi. Resldsno
pbon J80HR..W. O.'Wrhlt. 720
CALL 163-R FOR CITY AND coun-
try trip. New Chevrolet at your
'disposal. Day and, night, prompt
rservte. .-'Spa rTaxl. C. E. Ollk-
TT YOU WANT TO OUT THERE,
call 22-JTwo common old Ford.
We are on. the Job aaywhere and
ivany time. Palae Taxi Co, ' Wyatt
and Cutler. JUny Luke. Edtf
ORAYAGB! AMD TRANS KM
THE WORLD MOVES: o do
Banc Bros. Traasfsr Co. Ptao
I9T-R. . . . .
F. 0. (SHAM, drayag and traaei
laf, ilano. and furattur
moved, packed, shipped and stn
d. Office pboo 124-T. Rftsf
dene phone, 114-R.
"ci vnT engineers "
OANIEL McFARLAND, civil sngi
neer and surveyor. Residents
740 Tenth strset, phone 311-Y. t
E. C. MACY.'D. M. D. . - First-las-
dentistry 10H South Slxti
street. Gmota Pass. Oregon
L. O. CLEMENT. M. D., Practlo.
limited to d1aasa of th sys, ar
os and 'throat Glass tttsd
Offlc hours 1-12, 2-6. or on ap
potatmsnt : Offlc phon 12, rsl
dsnc phon S63-J.
n, LOltOHsVf OGE. M. 1, Phjstet.
and surgeon. City or country call
. attended day or night. R(dne
phon .166: offlc phon ll
Slith and H, Tuffs Bldg. '
a. A. WITUAM. M. D. interna
mwdlcln and nervous diseaaes
n Corbett Bldg., Portland. Or
Hour 10 .to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 p. m
DR. W. T. TOMPKINS, 8. T.
, Room 1 and 2 Sohmldt Bldg.
Treat all diseases. Hour 8-12
a. m.s 1-6 p. m. Phon 804-R. tf
DR. R. J. 8E8TUL, ; Veterlnarlat
Olfloe, residence' Pnon 306-P
ELECTRIC . WIRING d ceaec al
eleotrlcal work. regsUriavg, skum
wiring. C. C. Harper.' 316 North
81xth street, phone 47. tf
The (JalifoniJa and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company '
81 MB CAR ,
EBectlv Nov. 19, 1018. 1 '
Trails wIM run Tuesday, Thursday
' and Saturday j
Leave Grant Pass...... .,.1 P. M
Arriv Water Ciieek......,,...2 P. M.
Leave Waters Ceek.;.v '... P. M
Arrlv GranU Pas. ...l..l.:.....4 P. M.
For Information rasgardlac frelicht
and passenger rates all at th office
of th company, Uadburg btWg.
.'Life is the art of giving
lisre added much to life, for
they are pleasing; thousand
of ditcriminatinr smoker
who appreciate the art of
.good tobacco well blended.
'.The will please you, too.
'The John Bollman Co. Branch
WOMEN MAY CONTROL
' ELECTION IN 1920
Mrs. . Medill McQormick Maku
Some Predictions Concerning
Washington, D. C (8pHsl)-Mrs.
Mdlll MrCornilrk, Chairman of lb
Republican Women's National Kxeco-
tlv Commlltee. In an Interview lodsv
slated- her belief Dial no ma ran b
nominated hy the Kepiibllrsns In 1920
who opposes women's stifffsge.
'The fs should not he overlooked."
ssld , Mrs. MvCornilrk, "that over
twenty stales hare derided 10 let their
women v.n for Presidential electors
In IU-JO. rifteen of these states r
lnted west of the MIlMlpp. Prob
ably 8,(Hi0.tNiO or 9,010 OUO women will
vol anil ihejr will he able to dlrUte
the rhol-e of many electors, perhaps
quit enonth to turn I lie result on
y r tli other."
United Stales Senator Miles Poln
dealer puis his position on the pro
posed l-eniue of Nations tersely "1
am agslnst war and for that reason
I oppose such a l.eseue as President
Wilson propose, which will be simply
breeder of wsrs."
"The present Kntent 1 far prefer
bl In a l.estu of Nstlons," say
Senator Miles Polndexter. Thar
r less chsnces for strife between a
few nations combined together,, thaa
In a much larger organlxatlon, auch a
tli propoaed World's League,"
Senslor Polndexter ssys: "Th pow
ers vested In League of Nations
must necesnarlly be exercised by men.
If we msy suppose thst the men wh
will Brat he chosen to act for th
stlons will be both good snd wis,
men to whom we csn trust our great
policies of stale, our peace, security
and Ihe honor of our country, what
guarsnlee have we that the changing
personnel of the supreme council will
continue to be wise, benevolelit, charit
able snd humane? Good and great
men have heeni scarce In the history
of the world; and why should we a-,
sum thst the Lesgue will be doml
sted only by the good and the great T
Mr. and Mr. O. P. Harvey relum
ed this morning from a week's "visit
with their son at Marshfleld.
Would Yon Economise','
Then buy letter paper " by ' the
ream; 600 sheets for 31. Courier
office 1 1 tf
H. p. NORTON, Attorney-aMaw.
Practices In all Stat and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
Q. W. COLV1G. Attorney-at-law,
Grant-Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
GranU Pass, Oregon. ,
E. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tices In all courts. , First National
O. S. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270.
OranU Pass. Oregoa. .
BLANCHARD It BLANCHARD. At
torney. Albert Bldg. , . Phone
236-J. Practice In all courts; laad
board attorney. -
C. A. BIDLBR, Attorney-at-law. Ma-
Bonto lempie, urants pass, Ore.
OEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law.
rereree in bankruptcy, . Masonic
Temple. GranU Pass, Oregon.
Phone 135-J.' V- y . '; :
fAMES . T. CHINNOCK; , .Uwyer,
r irsi National Bank B)4g.. Otants
Fflae.. wgo. . 1
Y.V. C. A. UlilFOBLlS
Suits Worn by War Workers Win
Be Given to Penniless Stu
dents in Switzerland.
Official uniforms of th Young Wo
men' : Christian , Association minus
th Blue Trisogle, the Association In
signia, will b worn next winter by
women students who bav been strand
ed In Switzerland during th war and
who, because of lark of funds. Inabili
ty to re-enter tbelr native country, a
desire to finish their university courses
or l.ecsuse they bav no family to
which t return, will remain there next
)er. , :
KlUsbetb M. Clsrk, who baa been In
Swltxerland for ten years under the
W6rM Student Christian Federation,
has appesled to the National Student
Committee of the Y. W. C A. for cloth
log for the 800 foreign women stu
dent In ftwftserlsnd. Th scarcity of
tloihlog last year among these almost
refugee students msd It necessary for
two girl to share one coat as that
only on could go to classes or go out
of doors at a time.
Four large packing case ef all
kind of nsed clothing, save hats,
which I In good condition, have been
collected hastily from women college
students In the New England 8 la tea,
Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvsola,
Maryland and Delawsre by the Stu
dent Committee of the National Y. W.
C. A. to he sent over In response to
Miss Clsrk's sppesl. This clothing will
b dyed, cleaned and made ever In
Swltserland. . -i
In addition u th clothing collected
from students In colleges nearest New
York a case of uniforms, which have
been turned In by Y. W. C. A. secreta
ries who did war work, and the-offlclal
gray uniform ulsters Is being sent. A
nulforms sre being turned In hy wsr
workers lhey will bs claimed h-the
Student Committee, which will remove
the Insignia and prepare, the uniforms
so that they may he worn by these
women who bate been forced by world
events to remain la Swltserland for.
severs! years. - .
CORNELL HONORS FOUNDER
Statue n t.rn 'ihiicL ' imimii-i ,if
''ornell university, unveiled during the
cmlcentcnnlHl exercleii. Herman A.
Mi Neil of NewVork whs the sculntiv.
- " Ta Rasters Telmt Cathedral. i
A propoHnl has hem mmle tbnt
Frsuce Isfme for ssle ;i special etn.ivp
to pay the itisf of reniiirlng the Rclttis
rslhetlral, which, was so hndly ru'n
ed by German Miell hre during Hn
war. Undouhtmlly Ihe Ides will hnvc
a getiernl npeal.' for ninny pei-.tr
throiii!liout the world sre deeply' In
terested In the preset vntlon of the
grand old French edifice. Not unfit
ly a large sum could he mixed In :htit
aomewbnt novel way. a sum whlcl je
Frenchman need have the sllglite't
hesllntlon In ncceitlng tlironsti , n
Sense of false pride. Restoration of
the ancient, and beautiful stritcluiv. If
such be posxlhle. Is a imly pious ttisk
and what could he more fl'tlng ihtm
that religious hearts lu every qitn.-nT
of Ihe world should wotnpt a aet.ir
nus response In glfls-ihroimh the pur
chase of stamps ns IndlrntedT
, Womsn's Prsrogstlvk.
The Deiirlcys Itnil necn marrleil , tt
yenr and Mr. I), hud cast front her 11 M
the little pretenses nnd tuiliterfutfes
that usually precede the wedding d:i,r
Tomorrow will he my twenty-sixth
birthday " she snld ninfitartledly. '
""Why. just before our weildlnz you
told tne you were 21.' gitci Iml.l.y.;
"Tea." said his wife. Viulllng cheer
fully, '"but we women Hire rapidly after
marriage." Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.-
Five dollar reward will a paid
for .the Arrest and, eonvletton. f ..gay
n stealing th Dally ,Cenrier from
residence or mall box. ' . . '
w t ' . 1 a c w. m
I at- "'Tt il.'r"w.i
v UNITED STATES' RAtLROAD ADMINISTRATION
WALTER D. HLVE3, DIRECTOR GENERA!, OF RAILROADS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
(Lis North of Ashland, Oregon X
A Tacaiioai la a good lavestment. Rest atwt ckangv sre very
beneficial to bodily health a ad snental vigor. oly aad Aagust
are the Ideal mention month. Attractive - ammer reaarta are
within easy reacb. Excursion glcke are on aatv
16 Day Ticket
8pecial fare also
and other ShaaU
Tillaiiiook County Beaches
Season TickeU from GranU Paa .. $l.84
Farea to Neab-Kah-Nl, MantanlU and Bay
ocean alightly higher. Corresponding; fare
'from other poinU.
Special fare in effect to Columbia River
Beach ee, Mt. Rainier National Park. Yellow
stone National Park and Glacier National
Park. ,,.,.. '.
Inquire of Ticket Agent ,
JOHJf M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
. From the stand potat
lag plant I esentlaL .
We hare on of the beat equip dry. easanlag
plants in Sontbern Oregon. , ". ,
. . The badly soiled garments that yew. think asm new
worth cleaning are the one we cant pa in a clean nnt
' wearable condition, tbu saving yon money, an saw nnv
clothe have advanced slightly .In price.
The Wardrobe Gleanars
AMOB P. WILLIAMS, Fropriet
S15 North Sixth Sure
Phone 147 1
A. V. Haielton, Propr. ,
I v', Jmr-m w-n - a - ..' a. ' ' .. h I . ))
(f ;.' .; F?OOT: BBEn.:;lV:''OT
Jl , At any place where soft' beverages are sold. Ill
if , '.. '' . " '''' Botued lo 3 sUes , : .,."' i .. v-,V." Y
I .,'v; THE HENRY WEINHARD PLANT
IJ Bonter mn IXifrMwtor. 1 PORTLAND, OREGON ' l
from GranU Paa.
from GranU Pas .
In effect to BhaaU Retreat
from GranU Pa..
From Grama Pa...
. f ice
from GranU Pas
fare from other points.
of eoononsy. th dk7 eft
', We are fully equipped for all: kinde of. ttattery
; work al reasonable prlcee consistenit with, first
, dasa iwork. ..
When in nee lot a new battery buy the till-better ;
Willaxd. with threaded rubber insulatlom. .
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