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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
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At no place on the market can you find any
thing superior to the
W. P. FULLER LINE OP PAINTS
which we have eold you for many wars and which
Rive such universal satisfaction. Vc carry u full
line of all colore and shades, and are selling at very
clftse prices. Paints for every purpose, from the
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d to the most delicate piece of workman-
JEWELL HARDWARE CO.
We do Fine Shoe Repairing
FOR- HA LIC
GKT YOUR TIttKS MENDED and
buy a D. M. C. K. welder for
future use. Boa Mr. Gotcher, tlx
tire nmn at Grants Pass Itotot. tt
12 ACRES oak, madroue, fir and
plno, on railroad In Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood In pay
ment liiiiipaite. Phone 270. 83tf
IrHT - -Hot ween ItoKiie River and
CruntM Pans Suniliiy. itmall bag
coiiUIiiIiik flNhlllK tackle, rents,
fly book, louder box. etc. Kinder
leave ut Courier office. Itt-ward
Oiiirrh ot (lirlxt
Kluhly iit cent attendunco. I the
jsloitan Tor tlio summer In our Bible
school, Will you help make It pos
sible? Communion at 11 followed
by ttermon on "Faithfulness in
Olirliil." Evening woruhlji on lawn
of Central achool at K.
Chas. n. Drake, minister.
Monliias at 11 a. in., "Who Can
Uve dloly?" 'At 2 p. m. Sunday
school for u 11 age. At i p. m. Y. P.
U At 8 p. in., 'iy Cod Tby Will
Ho Done." , Music alid vocal solos.
Strugvr are wtvm.
J. R. Strautin, ensign.
lllble school lit 10. 11. K. Ilackett.'
suiit-rlntondnnt. Clauses for ull skcs.
MornliiK service at II. wrmon on
"Tbe Etorntil Atonement," followed
by the ordinance of the Ixird's Slip
per. The cbolr will render the an
them, "Take l'p Thy Onss," Arthur
Kdnoriofi HlnK'Inic tho' has solo,
n. Y. P. V. mooting at 7. At 0
tho church Joins In the union service
on the Contra school lawn.
Mid-week service on Thursday
oven In k at , scripture exposition
I The. rih Chap. Ileit attendance
of tho sconon lat Thumday even Inn,
come and help make tt better this
M. fllne, preacher.
Ofl-ACRB STOCK RANCH for tale;
about 125 acrei In cultivation;
considerable irritation; 2 mile
from R. R. atatlon; 1H mile
from two ichooli; balf cib, bal
ance low Interest. Address No
1062 rare Courier. 86tf
FOR 8AlyR Sinter sewing machine
on easy terms. Machines rented
and old machines taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 246 S.
Central avenue. Medford. Local
headquarters Grant Pass Hard
ANGEL CAKE8 75 cents each; or
der by nfcone. No. 190-J. I2tf
TIMBER Cl-AIM KOIl SALE 1 60
acre near Kerby, mostly pine.
NVt of 8E4. SW14 of SE4 and
SE14 of SWK. See. 14. T. 39 S..
R 8 VHt. Price 12.250. Ad
dress owner, Mrs. Mattle E. Pal
mer, 574 Nohalem, Ave., Portland,
FUR 8ALK We i an save yon money
on tbe following: Galvanized
and black pipe, all size, new and
used; !'lie fittings of all sixes;
Holler tube; Hollers and Engines,
In fine condition; small saw mills;
saws, circular; Planers of all
kinds; Chain conveyors complete,
different size, riveted; New and
used Pullles of all sizes; used
shafting; New and used Reltlng;
Mill suppllos of all kinds. Let us
figure' with you on your require
ments. We buy, sell and exchange
all kinds of machinery. OREGON
M1ACHINBRY CO. 4th and Lincoln.
Eugene, Ore. 35
FOR SALE Four splendid Irrigat
ed 'farms from 40 aerea to 500
acres. No bettor In county.
One good Irrigate relinquishment.
McKlnstry, 603 II street. 84
FOR A1jK 15 Duroc Jersey stock
Digs for sale. Ed L. Schmidt &
WANTED Men to work in lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
Transportation furnished. For
particulars Inquire at Breen's
Crescent City stage office, Grants
Pass, Or., near fl. P. R. R, ;depot
and express office. Phone 26. 32rf
W ANTHD Bid s for transportation
of school children to Grants !pss
from school dlatrk-t No. 19. For
particulars see director, H. T.
Hull, W. A. Sharp, or K. Majn
WANTED Uerryplckera. 1214 East
. M street. 14
BSTKAY Their strayed to my place
on Itrldge street three sheep the
evening- of July 24. Owner may
have same by calling and paying
charges. J. 1). Stlnebaugh, phone
MKT. STRAYED Olt STOLEN from
the head of il'atrlck Creek, IJel
Norta county, Cul., ono iron gray
guiding, weighing about 1000 lbs.
5 years old, fotlock clipped, main
roached, ibrtiided with heart on
shoulder. Finder will liliae no
tify J. N. Hrlttea. Waldo. Oregon.
and Torelve reward. 33tf
DAIbY JITNEY to Selma, Kerby and
Waldo." Leaves Grants Pas daily
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 Grant
Pass Hotel, phone 89b. Residence
phone 320-R. W. O. White. 70
IF YOU WANT TO GET THERE,
call 22-J. Two common old Fords.
We are on the Job anywhere and
any time. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. 50tf
DANIEL McFARIvAND, civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 21 1-Y.
E. C. MACY, I). M. D. Flrst-clas.
dentistry. - 109 Vi South Sixth
street. Grants Pass, Oregon.
L. O. OUSMEuNT. M. 'D., PriUtlce
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat.' Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-12, 2-5. or on ap
pointment. Phones, office 62; reel
S. LOlKHriUDGE. M. D. Physician
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. Phones,
residence, 869; office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
.Vewimin M. K. Church
I'r-achiDg service at 1 1 a. m, topic
Tbe I'olson In the Cup of IJfe."
Special niusir. rtunday school at 10
a. in. Kjiworth league at 7 p. m.
Union service at Central School at
V' in. A cordial welcome for all.
Melville T. Wire, pantor.
lU-Umnr I'mkliyterlfln imnli
Tho imstor will boln tomorrow
the preaching of a series of four
sermons on the general theme, "The
Church and the World." These win
doal -with the principles that should
underlie the workings of an up-to-date
church, and will ireent some
of the neceiwa'ry changes In modern
churrh life. People who are dissat
isfied with the workings of the
church 1n the world in the part are
especially invited to hear this series.
The sermons will ha glvon In the
Sundiiy, August 3, "Tho Church
Must Uvo In the World of Today."
Sunday, August 10. "The Church
will be Affected by the World of To
Sunday. August 17. "The Chur
Concerned About the World, of To
Sunday. Angiiet 24, "The Church
Shtfphuc the World of Today."
These Acrinomi will be given at 1 1
o'clock each Sunday morning. Sun
day school at 10, while the mid
week service takes place on Thurs
day evening o-t 8. On Sunday even
ing we unite with Hie other churches
In a union service on the Inwn of
the Central achool. .
On Wednesday evening under he
auspices of the women of the church
a dime social will be held on the
Inwn of the Coe residence, 804 Wash
ington boulevard. Refreshments
will be served and musical pro
gram will ,be rendered. These so
cials give promise of being regular
monthly alfaJra to develop the social
life of the church and for new people
to get acquainted. A cordial Invita
tion Is extended to alf.
Honry G. Hanson, minister
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
FOR RENT 4 -room bungalow, 421
West L, shade tree, good well,
eleotrlo lights, 2 acres, barn, 'poul
try house and park. Address Mrs.
W. H. H. Taylor, 1114 Pine St. 38
A. A. WlTHlAiM, M. O. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases,
903 Corbett iBldg., iPortland, Ore.
'Houra 10 to 12 a. m. ; 2 ,to 4 p. m.
DIR. W. T. TOMIPKINB, 8. T.
'Room i 2 6chmldt Bl'dg
Treau all disease. 'Hour 9-12
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. iPhone 804-.
mt. R. I. BE8TUL, Veterinarian.
Offioe at reaidenoe. iPfcone M6-R.
E. L. GALBRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rental. Building and
Loan. Plate Glass Liability. 609
0 street. 84tf
ELECTRIC WIRING and general
-electrical work, repairing, houaa
wiring. C. C. Harper, Sis North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
IIRAYAGE AND TRANSl'Ul
THE WORLD MOVES; so do
Bunch Brot. Transfer Co. Phon
J. S. MacfMURRAY Teacher of sing
ing. Write or apply, at 716 Lee;
street. . ' 28tt
F. Q. ISHAM, drayaga and transfer.
Safe, piano and furniture
moved, packed, shipped and tor
ed. Office phone 1J 4-Y, Resi
dence phone. 114-R.
Train will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Grant Pas 1 p. M
Arrive Water Creek 2 P. M.
Leave Water Creek 3 P. M
Arrive Grant Pass ..4 P. M.
For information regarding freight
and passenger fates call at the office
of the company, Lundburg building,
or telephone 181.
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-law.
Practices in all State and Federal
Courts. 'First National Bank Bldg.
Q. W. C047VIG, Attorney-at-law.
Grants Pas Banking Co. Bldg.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
B. S. VAN DYKE, Attorney. ', Prac
tices in all court. First National
O. S. BLANCH A RD, Attorney-at-law.
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270.
Grant Paaa. Oregon.
C. A. SIDLE R, Attorney-at-law. Ma
sonic Temple, Grants' Pass, Ore.
TO WHO-.M IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
all outstanding county warrant
both which have been protested, and
called for payment, but not present
ed, and those which have not been
protested, which were itwued more
than seven (7) years prior to July 1.
1919, If not presented for payment
within sixty (60 days from July 1,
1918, will be cancelled and payment
thereof will lie refused.
This Is in accordance with Section
2899, Lord's Oregon, Iaws.
By order of tho County Court of
Josephine County, Oregon.
E. U COB CRN',
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the County Court will consider bids
for the construction of portions of
the Paclfie highway between Grants
Pass and Sexton Mountain between
Stations 194 to 26, 267 to 334, 380
io ana tab to 467, according
to maps, plans, specifications and es
timates on file In the office of the
County Clefk of Josephine County.
The Court will consider separate
bid for the construction of such
highway between each of the above
stations, or in the entirety. Pay
ment to be made by road warrants.
All bids must be filed on or be
fore 10 o'clock a. m. of the 6th day
of August, 1819, and a certified
check of 5 per cent of the amount
bid must accompaby the same, made
payable to E. L. Coburn. County
The County Court reserves the
right to reject any and all bids or
award the contract according to the
best Interests of tbe county.
By order of the County Court of
Josephine County, Oregon.
E. L. COBCRX.
" County Clerk
TheCate of Yow &
UNLESS the care of your car
u a hobby with you it ought
to be entrusted to those who
make good care of cars their
If you haven't the time
we have. If you haven't the
facilities we have.
Your car will be our cat while
left in our care.
or Part Service
We can give you exactly what
you want full service or part
service with or without stor
age. Let us quote you prices.
Does your car need cleaning
now? Bring it to us for a trial.
Don't forget our conveniences
for air and water. You need not
buy from us in order to make
use of them.
Fashion Garage and Machine Shops
J. F. Burke 8c Son
When irregular or delayed use Tri
umph Pills. Safe and always depend
able. Not sold at drag store. Do
not -experiment with others, save dis
appointment. Write for "Relief" and
particulars, it' free. Address: Na
tional Medical Institute, Milwaukee,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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fill la. K-t ftd 4.M BetalUtA
bote, wmimd wttfc Blnsl Rinbetv.
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11 A MONO ItBANU PIIXA, far St
years kont n Best. Saiest. Ahy RdUbst
SOLO BY DKtGGISIS EVtRYtt'KEXE
GEO. H. DURHAM. Attorney-at-law.
referee in bankruptcy, . Masonic
Temple, Grants Pass,"1 Oregon.
JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Uwyer.
First National Bank Bldg., Giants
Pass. Oregon. ,
Notice to 5
Umler authority of the Postmaster (feneral, "on account of recent
increases in wages to employees, totaling for the State of Oregon up
wards of $225,000.00, certain changes in exchange rates have been ap
proved and made effective July 29919, for the State of Oregon.
The changes in rates apply particularly to residence service,
changes having been made iu the principal business rates May 1, 1919.
All new business taken' on after Julv 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 an annual revenue upwards of $250r
000.00, but as the increase in wages is upwards of $225,000.00 the net
return to the Company under the rates now made effective is approxi
mately 2U per cent on the valuation of its property at $13,464,000.00, as
found hy the Public Service Commission.
The new schedule of rates is identical with the one approved bv
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 necessarv
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 unusual times.
RATES FOR GRANTS PASS
The following are the changes of rates for Grants Pass:
111 SI NESS Old Rate New Rate
. Wall- Desk Wall : Desk
Extension (Without Bell) $ .75 Ji.oo $1.00 $1.00
Extension (With IBsll) 90 1.15 1.00 l!oO
Suburban Service Tm uarty 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 2.56
Four-Party Una ........j.... 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25
Extension (Without Bell) ........-... .50 .76 j50 .75
Extension (With Bell) .65 .90 "' .65 t'oo
Siburban Service Ten party line....... 1.50 1.75 3.00 35
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company