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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
MONDAY, Al'lll NT 4, IOIB.
ERAHTS PASS Oil COURIER
Pnbllahed Dftlly Except Sunday
A. D. VOORHIES, Pub. and Propr.
tared at poatofflce. Grant Paaa.
Or., aa second claa mail matter.
Display apace, per inch... .l&c
Looal-pereonal column, per line.. 10c
fceadera, per Una e
y mall or carrier, per year 16.00
iky mail or carrier, per month .60
MONDAY, AVGI ST 4, 1919.
f Probable fair; gentle wester-
4 ly winds. ;
TOURISTS ARE ENJOYING
Continued from Page One.)
O. Myhne, wife end three boys.
Or land, Cal
H. E. White, wife and tiwo child
ren, Bremerton, Wash.
Miss Laura MeOoach,' Miss Caro
line atcCoach, Miss Jane P. Coach.
Miss Josephine Anderson, Miss Eva
Brady, Buffalo, N. Y.
Charles Hilt, wife and child, Mrs
H. S. Lewis, Portland, Ore.
J. W. iReld, wife and two chil
dren, Shan wood. Wash.
J. R. iLangslle. wife and son, M.
W. Whltaker and son, ChJco. Cal.
O. M. Depew, wife and three chil
dren, Seattle, Wash. . f
Ed. E. Rohslte and wife, Wend-
G. W. Osborne, San Diego, Cal.
John Woodward, W. F. Roberts
E. C. Klyce and wife, A. P. Sherry
and wife, Seattle, ash.
A. R. Pfeff, and iwlfe, Tacoma,
Hellen Carner, Dorris, Carner. Ba-
Invited to Speak.
V. H. Vawter, -of Medford, .In
charge of the program for the en
tertainment of the editorial excur
sion party to Crater Lake, has writ
ten to O. S. Blanchard of this city,
asking him to make a speech at the
big bonfire to be held on the rim
of Crater Lake when the editors yis
lt that scenic wonder. There will
foe three speeches made by Rogue
RlTer valley people: ,Mr. Blanchard
will represent Grants Pass. Mr. Vln
tng -will speak for lAshland, and Col.
Washburn for Medford. These will
not be "booster" talks In the general
meaning of the word, but the speak
ers will tell of Southern Oregon's
resources, her scenery and climate.
j Bond Letter Paper
Good quality bond paper, 8l4xil
I inches, unruled, at 1 per 500 sheets
I Courier office
WANTED Log-cutters. Fine tim
ber. 1.25 per thousand feet.
Steady job. Edgerton & Adams
Lumber Co. 34tf
FOR SALE 3 5 Duroc Jersey stock
Pigs for sale. Ed L. Schmidt &
THE LITTLE COW that so many
nave wanted is now for sale. Call
625 North Sixth street, Grants
iPass, Ore. 36
A GOODPAllTof inareT ToTsaleTl
and 7 years old. Sound and good
i pullers. One set heavy harness.
One 3-inch waicon. All in good
shape. Inquire Jen-ell Harness
WANTED Three wood euTeraTTio!
pay. Long job. Good wood. Close
to town. See Derlcks, 203 Bur
gess street. 411
FOR "SALE "OR ""TRADE SSMm-b
Sterlin separator with a JO h. p.
gas engine, both nioun'ed tin
trucks ready for work. $07 r, .
Will trade for auto, livestock m
wood. Also have 33-inch separa
tor and engine for saK Pacific
, Highway garage, Medford. Ore
Bon. ' 40
f AXI (Phone " RoseV "Confectionery.
.No. 1160, for taxi. Hurry callB at
any time. C. E. GHkson. 35tf
WANTiSD -F urn fs hed" mod e in" )i 6 use
for 'winter by reliable party. Ad
dress iP. O. Box 96.
WANTED Furnished house "suit
. able for two families. Address No
1392. Care Courier. 3f
CHICHESTER S PILLS
0 jr. THE WIAMOND BBAND. A
I-I1U il. Ur4 llid Void mMilllAV
bnia, Mled with Bin RIMjoa.
Take other. Hut mt wmar V
llrnnM. AJ.(nr( in. IIKK.TF.n
IHAlloNO I1KAKU I'lLIA k gft
years know n as Lest, SMut. Al way, II clltk
OlUXt.rS AX1 LKMOXS
IttNNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Quality and Service
C. . Gilkison
and personal for
in its air -tight
A goody that Is
worthy of your
because of its
Three flavors to
suit ail tastes.
Be SURE to get
Fabric and Cords
C. L. HOBART CO.
HERE IS A GOOD ONE
One 1918 Maxwell, just painted at a'bargain
Tiros, Tubes, Boots, Reliners and Patching
Material of all Sorts
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
511 H Street . - Phone 317
Oonatlnatlon unuti tha nnllr av.
tern eaualna serious IIIiimim in tha
human family. Don't worry Hoi lis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea -will driva
out constipation, regulate the bowels,
tone tha stomach, purify, cleanse.
Without fall Rive it a thorough trlul.
Another Shipment of
Big Bens and Baby Bens
BARNES, The Jeweler
B. P. Ttoi Inaiierlor Next door rlnt National Itank
AN nchinjj back may not mean
anything aeriout, but It certainly
dorio't mean anything good.
When the kidneys are weak or
disordered they ceate to do their
work, and Inatead ol cleanainf, the
blood ol lmpuritira, the waite producta
remain to attack the whole iyatcm, caua
lnj achea and paina In muaclca and jolnta,
irrr(ularitiea of the bladder, pufhnca
under ryea. billouuieaa, erratic appetite
and other Ilia and ailmenta.
invigorate, atimutate and reatore to healthy
action (he organa that niter and remove
the watte producta therefrom. They
strengthen the kidneya and bladder and
tone up the liver.
George McLaine, Turtle Lake,
N. D., wntea: "I am a locomotive en
gineer. I waa troubled with my back.
Had bad paina and bladder troubled tne
c4irn through (he day arid night. I took
I'olcy Kiduey i'illa and I wtta relieved la
a couple of daya."
If you have reason to suspect that
your kidneya are overworked, weakened
or diieancd, the beat thing to do ia to Jive
them help immediately.
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top.and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
A l lttlo Mora Wind for a 14' tie
AHk your locul hardware or
eleotrlc .deitlor to supply you.
They can obtain prompt de
livery if they haven't them In
H. It. POPPLKTOX
71 Front St. Portluml, Oro.
C WillaM D
We are fully equipped tor all kimlN of buttery
work at reiuonahle prlcea coiialHtmit with flrat
When in needof a new battery buy the UU-bitltnr
Wlllard, with threudtul rubber Inaulntliin.
Hie Battery Shop
A. V. Hateltoii, Propr.
Notice to Subscribers
Uudr authority" of the Postmaster (ipihtuI, on acfourit 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 lieen ap
proved and made effective July 2J, 1019, for the State of Oregon.
The changes in rates apply particiilarlv to residence sen i. e.
changes having been made in the principal business rates .Mav 1, 1!1!.
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 an annual revenue upwards of J.li).
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 isupproxi
mately 2 per cent on the valuation of its property at $13,4G4,000.(K), as
found by the Public Service Commission.
The nev 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.
Ac believe that, no proof .as to the advanced cost of living and the
general high .cost prevailing for labor arid materials is neeessarv
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:
III SINKSS , old JUto Xow Harr
Wall DoHk Wall l)PHk
Kxtenilmi (Without Bell) $ .75 I.OO $1.00 $1,00
Extension (With Q3I1) 90, 1.15 j oq j'oo
Suburban Service Ten .party line 3.00 3.2T s.r.O 'A.lh
Individual Line ... u 2.00 2.25 2.75 3. IK)
Two-party Line 1.75 2.00 2.25 2 50
Four-Tarty (Une j.r.o 1.75 2.00 -i.'l
Extension (Without Bell) 50 .76 ,50 75
Extension (With Bell) 5 .90 '55 y0'n
Sirhtirluin Service Ten party line J. 50 1.75 300 3 2".
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company
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