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OKA NTS PASS DAILY OOCKUJt
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CD PASS DAILY COURIER
Published Daily Except Sunday
Don't let your children suffer, ft
they are fretful, peevish, puny or
cross, give them llolllster'a Rocky
Mountain Tea a harmless but safe
laxative for children. 35c. Sarin's
Drug Store. Adv.
Why nhould llg bets always be made
In a meat shop?
Toilet Soaps of Merit
Another Shipment of
A. 1. VOORHIES, Pub. and Propr.
Big Bens and Baby Bens
tared at postofflcs, QrnU Past,
Ore., aa aecond class mall matter.
Display apace, per Inch ......15c
Ixvcal-pereonal column, per line.. 10c
Header, per Hne ....... -.. 5c
? mall or carrier, per year..$.00
Jry mall or carrier, per month .SO
BARNES. The Jeweler
8. P. Time Inspector
Next door Klrat National Hank
FRIDAY, AVGCST 1, !!.
. OREGON WEATHER
Fair; gentle westerly winds.
RED CROSS CARES FOR
GRANTS PASS SOLDIER
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
(Quality and Service
Claude Basra, who was recently
operated on for appendicitis at Big
Springs. Texas, la practically reeor
ered, according to a letter received
by hla mother, Mra. Will Trimble,
of this city.. The letter waa written
by the chairman of the Red Cross
canteen of that place, and follows:
Big Springs, Texas,
July 25. 1919.
You have heard from your son
several times by now, I suppose, but'
I will write once more to tell you
what a pleasure It has been (o do
things for him. Not -all our Red
Cross work is so pleasant, He has
gotten along so well from the first,
mainly because of his spirit of opti
mism and cheerfulness. Never was
he discouraged or bine about his
own case, and as soon as he was up,
was all over the hospital livening up
the other patients, and being of help
to the doctors and nurses. We have
.tie'en to see him about every day,
taken him out riding occasionally,
carried him fruit, ice cream, cigar
ettes, etc., and it is a; pleasure, as I
said, to do little things for him. You
may look for him any day. He is
all O K and only waiting for his
discharge. I do hope he a'lways keeps
as noil and hard as he seems now.
Wish all our fighting men could
have come back in as good shape.
With kindest regards to yourself,
Thin n. Ked Cross Canteen.
Oonatlnatlnn unaata h an; .l..
tern causing serious Illnesses to the
uuman lamuy. iron t worry Holils
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will drive
out constipation, regulate the bowels,
tone the stomach, purify, cleanse.
Without fall give it a' thorough trial.
"Agents Authority to Soil"-book
of 50 blanks. stOc. Courier office.
Indigestion, Sick Headache, Biliom
oett, Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gu on
the Stomach, Bad Breath or other con
ditions caused by clogged or irrcgulur
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS
A wholesome and thoroughly cleantiog
physic mild and gentle in ctioa.
D. B. H.wnn). Unadlll. Oat ! ttu) Polry
Cjihrtic Tablrts fivs nt quicker relief Iron
toaitipation than snythlot I tvee tried.'
si in ini'iifti !mm mutmmm
Because the meat tiinn la
good steak holder!
It's a Safe Bet That No
Shop Holds Better Steaks
Than Ours I
Wc don't hold tlicni lntr!
All wat'i-s arc quickly
f-Vttinl and tlto steaks
Pronijitly DcliviTcd'to tlic
You can bet on our steaks
HERE IS A GOOD ONE
One 1918 Maxwell, just painted at a bargain
Tires, Tuhes, Knots, Uelinei's and Patching
Material of nil Sorts
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
511 H Street Phone 317
jJT When you're hot and thirsty say Ct3 1
tt ROOT 13 EC El CCv
VlX At any place where soft bererage are sold. ViJ
2sA Bottlsd la 3 sixes jVl
5 THE HENRY WEINHARD PLANT M
ArP Jorrtsu ami DistHbmton. PORTLAND. OREGON LJ
The City Market
CORNER FIFTH AMI (i STREETS
Tlie California and Oregou
Coast Railroad Company
Kfecllve Nov. 19. 191.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
lxave Grants Pass 1 P. M
Arrive Waters Creek 2 I'. M.
Leave Wati-rs CreoK . 3 P. M
Arrive Grants Pass . ..." 4 P. M.
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at the office
I of the company, Liindhurg building.
I or telephone IS I.
GET VOL-11 TIUICS MENDED and;
buy a l. M. & C. K. wnlder fori
future use. .See Mr. Ootchnr. thuj
tiro man at Grants Puss hole), if;
12 AC H ICS oak. niadrone. fir and:
pine, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood In pay-j
nietit Htutiipago. Phono 370. 8atf,
HOO-ACRE STOCK RANCH for aalo:
about 125 acres In cultivation; !
considerable Irrigation; 2 miles
from R. R. sutlon; 1 tulles;
from two schools; half cash, bal-
ance low Interest. Address No.
1052 care Courier. H6tf,
FOR SALE Singer sewing machines
on easy terms. Machines rented
and old machine taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 S.
Central avenue, Medford. l-ocal
headquarters Grants Pass Hard
Notice to Subscribers
Under authority of the Postmaster General, on account of rei-eiit
increases in wages to employees, totaling for the State of Oregon up
wards of $225,000.00, certain changes hi exchange rates have been ap
proved and made effective July 29. 1919, for the State of Oregon.
The changes in rates apply particularly to . residence sen ice,
changes having been made in the principal business rates May 1. 1919.
All new business taken on after July 29th will be at the new rates
and bills'to present subscribers for the month of August will be render
ed at the new rates.
The increased rate will yield ati annual revenue upwards of $250,
000.00, but as the increase i'u wages is upwards of $225,000.00 the net
return to the Company under the rates now made effective is approxi
mately 2y2 per cent on the valuation of its property at $U,4T)4,0(X).00, as
found by the Public Service Commission.
The new schedule of rates is identical with the one approved by
the Postmaster General for the State of Washington, which has been in
effect since March 1," 1919. The rates are the same in both states for
exchanges that are comparable.
We believe that no proof as to the advanced cost of living and the
general high cost prevailing for labor and materials is necessary
and that the telephone using public will accept this increase in rates in
the same spirit of fairness and consideration as it has the advances in
almost every other necessity in these untrsnaVtimes.
RATES FOR GRANTS PASS
The following are the changes of rates for 'Grants Pass: 6
Id SIX ESS Old Katn New Rate
Wall Desk Wall Desk
Extension (Without Bell) $ .75 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00
Extension (With Bell) ,.. .90 1.15 1.00 1.00
Suburban Service Ten' party line 3.00 3.25 3.50 3.75
Individual Line ,.. 2.00 2.25 2.75 3.00
Two-party Line 1.75 -2.00 2.25 2.50
Four-Party (Une ...... 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.23
Extension (Without Bell) 60 .75 .50 .75
Extension (With Bell) 65 .90 .65 1.00
Suburban Service Ten party line 1.50 1.75 . 3.00 3.25
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
Let Us Supply You
We Carry the Finest
Line of Poultry All
the Year Around
Chickens that are freth hilUd.
Fish, steaks, chops.
Everything In the
The Temple Market
Horse Shoeing and Cienerul
Wood repairing on all kinds of
'I. live one of tho hest of horse-
doers tl.itt fb country af
fords. 315 South 6th St.
ANGEL CAKES 76 cents each; or
dor by phone. No. 190-J. 82tf
TIMBER CLAIM FOR BALK HO
acres near Kerby, mostly pine.
N4 of RB'4. 8W4 of SEVi and
SE',4 of SWVi. Sec H, T. 39 S.,
R. 8 West. Trice $2,250. Ad
dress owner. Mrs. Mnttle K. I'ul
mer, 574 Nehulem, Ave.. Portland,
UST Hi. 1 ween IIokuh Itlver mid
(inula I'm us SiiiiiIuv. small bug
i'oiiliiliiiiiK flu hum tackle, 3 reuls,
fly book, (:ulnr box, etc. Klmler
b'ui ill ('oiirlnr off let. Itraard.
KrfTIt A V- Tholr triyi( t my ilaco
on hrliliie hi reel thrun KhiMip the
MrnliiK of July H. Owner may
hum xi.me by calling and paylnf
liarxcH .1 l. Btlti(buiii;)i, plume
H9L. . 34
DAILY JITNKY to Swlma. Kerby and
Walilo. Li-avp Urants l'am dully
at 9 30 n. m. Everett Ilunue.
Illume 317. 317
I'SE THE WHITE LINE TAXI FOB
prompt service. City and country
trips. Safety first. Call OranU
Pass Hotel, phone 3th. Residence
Phone 320-R. W. O. White. 790
FOR SALE We can bbvo you money
on the following: OnlvanUod
and black plpo, all sizes, new and
used; Pipe flttlnfc'H of all sizes:
Holler tubes; Iloller.1 and KiiKintn.
In flue condition; small saw mills;
saws, circular; Planers of all
kinds; Chain conveyors complete,
different slses, riveted; Now ntid
used I'nllles of all sl.es; used
H)iAftiiiR'; New nnil used llelilnii;
Mill supplies of nil kinds. I.ef us
figure with you on your require
ments. We buy, sell and exchange
nU kinds of machinery. OREGON
MACHINERY CO, 4th and Lincoln.
Eugene, Ore. 35
FOR SALE-1914 llarloy-Davldson
motorcycle, used one year, good
tires. I'rlco $80. Daniel McFnr
land, 740 North Tenth Street. 33
IK YOU WANT TO GET THERE,
call Z'l-i. Two common old Fontsj.
We are on the Job anywhere and
any time. Pslace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. 50t(
H KirAli" ixSTItt TUX
J. H. MiicMt llR AY - Teacher of sinn
ing. Write or itpi'ly at 7 It! Lea
DANIEL MrFARLANIi. civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residents
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
FOR SALE 1H acres, In cutllva
tlon, 8 room house, big barn fixed
for dairy; milk house and well;
family orchard, all In good condi
tion. Price $1,200 if sold at once.
Terms. Two miles from town,
conveyance to and from school. 1i.
L. Bharo, Grants iPass, Ore., R. F.
T). No. 1. Box 8. . 33
WANTED Men to work In lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
TraiiHH)rlatlon furnished. For
particulars inquire at Breon's
Crescent City stnge office, Grants
Pass, Ore., neur 8. P. R. R. deiot
and express office. Phone 26. 32tf
WANTED IHlds ftir tmiHportation
of school chlNlreii to Grants Pass
from school district No. 19. For
partlculurs see directors, JL T.
Hull, W. A. Sharp, or K. liam
. w bent" "
K. ' MACY, D. M. D. First-class
dentistry. 1091a South Sixth
street, Grnnts Pass, Oregon.
. O. (M.EMUN'T, M. I)., Praitlcs
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
none and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-12, 2-5, or on up
polntment. Phones, office 62; resi
S. 1-ni'OHlUlMJE, M. D. Physician
and surgeon. City or country calls
aMendod day or night. Phonos,
residence. 309; office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
A. A. WITHlAiM, M. D.ljlnternal
medicine and nervous discuses,
903 Corbctt dildg., fPortland. Oi,
Honrs 10 to 12 ,. m,; 2 to 4 p. in.
DR. W. T. TO.MIPKIN8, S. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt .Ride.
Treats all diseases. 'Hours 9-13
a. m.i 1-G p. m. 'Phone 304-R.
Dlt. It. J. BBSTUL, Veterinarian.
Offlco at residence. Phone 305-R.
(5LECTRIC WIRING and general
electrical work, repairing, bout
wiring, c. C. Harper. SIS North
Sixth street, phone 47. it
FOR RENT 4-roora bungalow, 421
West L, shade trees, good well,
electric lights, 2 acres, barn, poul
try house and park; Address Mrs. !
W. II. H. Taylor. 1114 Pine St. 38 I
DRAVAGK AND TRANSI II
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent, H02
M Btreet. Mrs. Piter Gruvlln. 33 '
B. L. GALGRAITH Insurance, any
kind. . Rentals. Building and
Loan. ' Plats Glass Liability. 601
C street. $tf
rilB WORLD MOVES; 10 -do
Bunch llros Transfer Co. Phn.i
" itidAM, drayage and transfsf,
'tn'iiM, ilanm and furnUitrt
"line.!, packed, shipped and hop.
eil OiTice phone ,124-Y. It !
'it'tue phone, 124-R.
Lt ,uianka at the CourlT
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