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MONDAY, JILY ,
O RANTS PASS DAILY COt'IUKK
OET YOf It TIRK8 MBNDEO and
buy a I). M. A C. K. welder for
future use. Sue Mr. Goteher, the
lire man al Oranta Pass liotel. tt
U ACRES oak, mad rone, fir and
pine, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood la pay
ment atumpage. Phone 270. 8 J If
eon-ACKB STOCK RANCH for aale;
about 125 acrei In cultivation;
considerable Irrigation ; 2 mile
from R. R. elation; 1V4 mile
from two acboola; half caab, bal
ance low Interest; Addrees No.
1052 rare Courier. 8tf
FOR SAUK Singer sewing machlnea
on eaay term. Macblnea rented
and old machine taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 8.
Central avenue. Medford. Ioeal
headquarter Oranta Pa Hard
ANOEI, CAKB8 75 cent each; or
der by phone, No. l0-4. I2tf
flMBHil CLAIM rX)lt 9AI.K ISO
e-rra near Kerby. inoetly pine.
N of SKtt, SWi of SB 14 and
BEA of 8WK, 8i H; T. 3 8.,
R, R Went. Price $2,250. Ad
dress owner. Mrs. Mult la K. Pal
mer. 574 Nehshwn, Ave., Portlund,
FOR HA I jB -""Chevrolet touring "cut,
a' hihip, It 'J 5 If taken thin week.
Geo. W. Uignn. Palace Hotel. 20
r I t "a A li Veca nea v'e you money
on ' the following Gulvaiilxed
unit titaek l. nil sUes, new nnd
used; l'le rittinKB of nil slites;
Holler tulxn; Holler and Knglnes,
In fine condition; small saw mills;
saws, circular; Pinners, of all
kind: Chain conveyor complete,
different allien, riveted; New and
uiit'O Pullles of all sizes; used
shafting; Now and used Helling;
Mill supplies of nil kind. 1nt us
figure with you on your require
ment. We buy, ell nnd exchange
all kind of machinery. OR19GON
MIACHINRRY CO. 4th nnd Lincoln.
Rugene, Ore. 35
FOR A.IjK-Young"sn"ddle horse
and new saddle. Address Hot 74,
Merlin, Ore. It
ri'RK .tit Kl) Duroo Jersey weaned
pigs; wonderful breeding stock,
for sale. Inquire I M. Nichols,
Rd. No. 2, .phone G12-F-4. 29
otC 8A LB-19 t'4"TraVley-bavrdson
motorcycle, used one year, good
tires. Price $R0. Dnnlel McFar
land, 740 North Tenth Street. 33
FOR 8ALK-1 8 acres. '0 In'cntllvn
tion, 8 room house, big barn fixed
for dairy; milk house slid well;
fumlly orchard, all in good condi
tion. IPrlce $1,200 If sold at once.
Terms. Two mile from town,
conveyunce to and from school. 1
t,. Sharp, Grants iPnss, Ore.. 11. K.
1. No. 1. Box 8. 33
" AVT ri "
work. Wage $4.50 and tip.
Board $1.00 also men lor rock
quarry same wages. I'erham,
Brown, Sean & (Hague, Warshfleld,
WaNTBDTi 00 reward will 'be
paid to anyone for. authentic lufor
' ma'tlon as to present whereabout
of 'Mrs. Flora Hill 'Page, formerly
Flora Hill, who with her husband
t moved to Grants Pass, Oregon,
sometime In 1902 or 1903, from
Ban Francisco. It will be to this
Indy's advantage to communicate
. at once with Mitchell & Ga'ntx, At
torneys, Alliance, Nebraska. 30
on farm, wife to run boarding
house. . River Banks Farms, 31
FOR ItBNT 4-room bungalow, 421
West L, (bade tree, good well,
eleotrlc light, 2 acre, barn, poul
try house and park. Address Mrs.
W. H. II. Taylor. 1114 line St. 38
FOR ItKNT Nicely furnished five
.room cot lane, gas and wood rang,
electric lights, etc 203 C street.
8m N. K. Townscnd. (21 A St, 31
B. L. GAMlRAlTH Insurance, any
kind. Rental. Building and
Loan. Plat Olaa Liability. (09
O treet. v tM
ATTKNTJON A (buyer of the Med
ford Junk Co. will Jie In Grant
Vaa from July 16th to 31st. Bring
your rag, metal, rubber, sacks,
hide and pelts. 403 South Sixth
street, Grant Pass, Ore. 29
DAILY JITNKY to Selroa, Kerby and
Waldo, leaves Grants Pass dally
at 9:30 a. m. Rvorett Hogue,
phone317. , 317
L'8E THE WHITE IrlNE TAXI FOR.
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call Grant
Pas liotel, phone 39b. Residence
phone 320-R. W. a. White. T90
IF YOU WANT' TO GET THERE,
cull 22-J. Two common old Ford.
We are on the Job anywhere and
any time. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. 50tf
K STRAY Their strayed to my place
on ItrldKe' street three sheep the
evening of July 24. Owner may
have saline by calling and paying
charges. J. D. Stlnebaugh, phone
J. S. MiieMlIUlAY Teacher of sing
ing. Write or apply at 71 A Lee
DAN'IKL MflFATUvAJID. civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
15. C. MACY. H). M. D. , .First-class
dentistry. 108 H South Sixth
street, Grant Pass, Oregon.
L. O. OI.J5MRNT, M. 'D., Practice
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hour 9-12, 2-5, or on ap
pointment. Phones, office 62; resi
dence 359-J. .
8. lOUGHRIDGE. M.D. .Phyeiclnn
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. .Phones,
residence, 369;, office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
A. A. WITHlAiM, M. D.4nternal
medicine and nervous diseases,
903 Corbett flldg., (Portland, Ore.
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m.
IR, V. T7TOW,iflN8i S. t7
.Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all disease. 'Honrs 9-12
a. m.; 1-6 p. m. 'Phone 804-R. -
DR. R. J. BBSTUL, Veterinarian.
Office at residence. Phone 305-R.
RIICTRIC WIRING and general
electrical work, repairing, hous
wiring. C. C. Harper, 315 North
Sixth treet, phone ij. ,H
Tourist stopping at the Riverside
auto camping ground Saturday night
and Sunday were a follow;
Hurrell niid wife, Yakima. Wash.
.Paul IHauNsner and wife, Bakers
H. M. Telord and wife, '! An
II. O. Welsz and wire, Bloux City,
HJlmer Bowman and wife. Fort
I. E. Totten, wlef and three chil
dren, uUl, Waeh.
B. C. Morteeon and friend, Seattle,
James Wyes and friend, Seattle,
C. L. Dye, wife and two children,
Tillamook. Ore. '
C. T. BeKheau, wlfei daughter and
Mrs. Fowler, Portland. Ore.
W. W. Wright, wife and daughter.
I Angeles, Col.
J. II. Tilly, wife and two children.
K. 7?. 1loyd and wife, Auborn,
J. S. Boyd snd
J. Morgan and wife, Belllngham.
E. 8. McCollnm and wife; San
E. IR. Moore and wife, Minneapo
II. V. Mooring, wife and two chil
dren, Soattle, Wash.
O. S. Hubert, wife and two ladlea,
O. J. Tubert, Mlndota, Mo.
F. II. English, wife ald child, Eu
W. A. Hill and Bugg. Seattle,
F. ?.'. Persel and Bugg, Portland.
J. E. Danolls, wife and hlld, Fair
H. J. Hayden, C. II. Stevenson,
I)s Angeles, Cal.
J. C. Tllggs and son. Dalles, Ore.
L. C. Ra'usboton and wife. Txng
F. I.appen and wife. San Ixuij
Oblso, Cal. !
R. S. le, wire and child. Modes-
to. Cnl. ' ,
Mask G. Johnson and wife, Taco
Saturday evening about 20 musi
cian and cambers indulged tn a mu
sical concert which waa very much !
enjoyed by the camp community.
Many of the tourists are coming
snd fiolng via the Crescent City :
routo and say the ro&ris are good and
the scenery grand.
Constipation causes . headaches,
sallow color, dull, sickly eyes you
feel out of sorts all over. Holllster's
Rocky Mountain Tea will banish
constipation, regulate your bowels,
purify your stomach. You'll feel bet
ter all over. Sabln's DriTg Store. Adv.
than Is recog
nised do middle-
aired men and women mistake kidney
trouble for on-oumlng old age. .
Tired, weak or deranged k idneys
do not niter waste matter oat of uie
bkxid as they should and backache,
tired feeling, biliousness, sore muscles,
stiff Joints, rheumatic pains, Irritation of
the bludder, pufflueas undei eyes or other
symptom or ailment appears.
Strengthen kidneys, stimulate
the bladder and tone np the liver. They
help the kidney remove the accuniu.
luting poisons and soothe and heal tho
passages. W,hen the kidney and
urinary tract are doing their work per
fectly, the whole system is benellued
and restored to health and atreugth.
Louis Buckner, R. F. D. 1, Box
US, Somerset, Vs., writes: "I was feeling
ull run down, tired, with pains in my
bock. After Hiking Foley Kidney Pills
1 icit use a new man
and will speak words of
praise anywhere I go
among my friends. You
can use my letter If It
will he of any service at
all to yon."
DRAYAGE AND TRANS t Ml
THE WORLD MOVES; so do T
Bunch Bro. Transfer Co. Phor
F. Q. 18HAM. drayage and transfer.
Bate, llanos and fiirnit'i
. moved, packed, shipped and stn
d. Office phone 124-Y. ,Rv
dene phone, 124-R.
HILL REPORTED SOLD
M. A. Johnson, who waa down
from (Sold llfll Friday, say some
Linen have purchased the Interests of
the Hunt Engineering company In
the Gold Hill cement plant and will
operate the plant in the near future.
Tnl Is good news not only or Cold
Hill but for southern Oregon. The
plant will employ about 50 men and
there I a big demand for cement
now owing to the extensive road
work and building of all kinds. The
plant ha been Idle for several years.
Mining blanks Courier office.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
all outstanding county warrants
both which have been .protested, and
called for payment, but not present
ed, and those which have not been
protested, which were Issued more
than seven (7) year prior to July 1,
1919, If not presented for payment
! Within alvtv i Ju. T .. , .. 1
ii a, win ue canceueo ana payment
thereof will be refused.
This Is in accordance with Section
2899, Lord' Oregon Laws.
By. order of the County Court of
Josephine County, Oregon.
E. I COBI'RN,
The California, and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Train will run Tuesday. Thursday
Leave Grant Pass 1 p. M
Arrive Waters Creek 3 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek 3 P. M
Arrive Grant Pass 4 P. M.
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at the office
of the company, Lundburg building,
or telephone 131.
The Aitken Revolving Self-Cleaning Fish Screen has been adopted by the
State Board of Fish and Game Commissioners as a satisfactory device for the
adequate screening of irrigating ditches, canals, mill races and other artificial
water courses, in accordance with the provisions of Section 64, Chapter.257,
Session Laws of Oregon, 1913, which reads as follows: .
"Any persou owuhig in whole,' or iu part, or leasing, opcrat
- ing or ha ving in charge any irrigating ditch, or oaual,' mill race .or
other artificial water course, taking or receiving its waters from
any river, creek or lak iu which fish have been placed or mar
. j exist, shall, upon order of the State Board of Fish and Ganie
Commissioners, place of cause to be placed, and shall maintain,
; to the satisfaction of the State Board of Fish and Game Commis
sioners, over the inlet of such ditch, canal, mill race or water
course, a reasonable grating, screen or other device, either sta.
tionery or operated mechanically, of such construction, fineness,
strength and quality, as shall reasonably prevent any fish from
entering such ditch, canal, mill race,: or water course, to the satis
faction of such board. But before any of said officers shall adopt
any permanent plan for a screen or other device to be placed in
i irrigating ditches, it shall be their duty to conduct a competitive
- examination, and at such examination all persons desiring so to
do may submit to said officers for their approval or rejection,
working models of their respective screens or other devices for
the protection of fish. Inadequate screening devices mav be or
dered removed and new screens ordered installed, when, upon in
vestigation after full hearing upon which all interested parties
have had the right to be heard, it is determined that any screen,
prating or other device, either by construction, operation or oth
erwise, is found to be inadequate; by the State Board of Fish and
Game Commissioners. Any person found guiltv of violating anv
of the provisions of this Act shall be punished bv a fine of not -less
than twenty-five ($25) dollars, nor more than one hundred
($100) dollars or by imprisonment in the countv jail for not to
exceed 30 days or by both such fine and imprisonment."
; Notice is hereby given to all those coming within the terms of the fore
going section to place immediately their order for such a screen with the Dep
uty Game Warden in their district, so that the same may be manufactured and
installed as quickly as possible. Fifty per cent of estimated cost of screen
must accompany the order, the balance to be paid on the installation of screen.
Address all communications to the Deputy Game Warden in your district.
; Carl D. Shoemaker,
.Y . ..v- State Game Warden. -
Real Snaps in Used Cars
. OVB (MALMKIW 8PEED8TKK.
OVK MAXWEI.L ItOADSTKIt 1017.
SPIUNG8 AND PAX HJayTS FOR
ALL MAKE8 OF "Alt8
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
511 H Street
UNITED STATE8 RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
WALTER D. HINES, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF RAILROADS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
(Line North of Ashland, Oregon)
A vacation 1 a good inveetment. Rest and change are very
beneficial to bodily health and mental vigor. July and Aognst
are the Ideal vacation months. Attractive summer resort are
within easy reach. Excursion ticket are on sale.
15 Day Ticket
Special fare also
and other 8baU
Corresponding fare from other point.
Tillamook County Beaches
Season Ticket from Grants Pas f 18.84)
Fares to Neah-Kah-Nie, ManzanUa and Bay
ocean slightly higher. Corresponding fares ,
from other point.
Special fares in effect to Columbia River
Beaches. Mt. Rainier National Park, Yellow
stone National Park and Glacier National
Inquire of Ticket Agent
JOHN M. SCOTT
General passenger Agent .
from Grant Pas
from Grant Pas..
in effect to Shasta, Retreat
from Grant Pass. flA.M
From Grants Pass l.80
from Grants Pas 914.941