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"EDXES1AY, AVGIST 6, 1819.
f Trtnlirht fair and warmer l-
t tept near the coast. Thursday
! j fair and warmer east portion:
"senile westerly winds. 41"" '
; i. .V444..44 000,000 non-voting 7 per cent cumu
li jlative preferred stock, subject to the
5 . j approval of a stock holders' meeting
TREBLED If) YEAR 1918
"he following communication
ch was presented to the War Min-
it Relief commission toy H. M.
j -ks, will be ot Interest to mining
H in showing how the mineral pro
f rtion In Oregon was increased by
I 4ct government solicitation:
fh War Minerals Relief Commis
sion, Medford, Oregon,
; 'is director of the Oregon bureau
i ; mines and geology I am eppear
' j 1 before you to make dear the part
en by the Oregon bureau of mines
'fi geology and the members of Its
;,jf In encouraging and stimulating
l i development of new properties
Y! Increase of production of war
i ierals during certain periods ot
i j years 1917 and 1118.
; n October, 1917, I received a Iet-
Yjfrom Geo. Otis Smith, director,
ted States geological survey, a
y of which is enclosed, in which
1 i requests me to exert every et-
I to. Increase the domestic produc
)'l of chrome ore. as -per following
jtatlon from his letter', being the
ij ! paragraph on the first page: '
t) With difficulties limiting the im
itation of chromite multiplying it
j lecessary to exert every effort to
'ease domestic production - of
!;pme ore and to this end the hear
j" cooperation of your organization
'. h United States geological sur
is earnestly invoked." .
luring the month of May, 1918, I
j;! occasion to visit Washington, D.
i; and called upon Dr. C. K. Leith
t .he war minerals imports and ex-
ts committee, who called my at
j'tlon to the impending crisis In
!; t minerals, due to shortage . of
'- ?s for importing such materials
;;:n foreign countries, and request
: :) me to push with the greatest
'.; ed the development of all man-!
i i ese and chrome properties In
! ''Hi account of this critical sltua
1 In connection with the war min
is demand, I ordered the field
l.V of the Oregon bureau. of mines
ul igeoiogy to do everything pos
to encourage new development.
;'J speed up the production of man
jl.ese and chromite.
j ; this end the staff of the Oregon
: I; ean of mines and geology visltwi
; - uy manganese and chome proper
' j in Oregon and came in dirert
j ch with miners and prospectors,
; h by correspondence and person-
conferences. In all cases where
I our Judgment an extra effort was
i t-ranted, we requested on behalf
i ithe government the speeding up
production or development.
rhis activity on the part of the
ft of the Oregon 'bureau of mines
j I geology caused many prospectors
j I miners to engage in ait effort to
1 duce these war minerals, as Is
! -wn by the fact that Oregon's pro
f -'on of chromite in 1918 over
I 44myhjr:T-,500 tons to!
:j', "0 tons, and the number of pro-
'. j.rs increased from 26 to 59.1
' ( ny others engaged . in develop- (
1'?t work but did not have suffi-j
it time .before Novemler 11,
(t 8, to bring their properties to
lespectfully yours, ,
' i . . iHETORY M. PIA-RKS, .
,' . 'octor Oregon (Bureau of - Mines
: 'ni Ceblogy. f ': I .'"
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
v . Quality and Service !
STANDARD OIL DtPARTS
FROM THE OLD SYSTEM
Chicago, Aug. 6. 'Director of the
j Standard Oil company of New Jersey
! K-. . ...1 1 J 1 .
to be held 'August 15. The lssne has
been underwritten by J. P. Morgan
4 Co. and will be offered -by them
at par for subscription share for
share ;by the 8,000 stockholders of
The announcement carried with it
notice by the Standard Oil company
. r.VITBD STATES RAIUtOAD ADMINISTRATION
DIRECTOR GENERAL OF RAILROADS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROADS JdNES NORTH OF ASHLAND
Outing means vacation, change, rest and relaxation of the
body, rejuvenation and renewal of spirit, invigorating anil refresh
ing the mind. Many attractive outing plncnt nearby. Kuminrr ex
cursion tickets are on sale.
Season tickets from Grants Pass .'. $7.SW
15-day tickets from Grants Pass p.00
Special fares also in effect to Shasta Rerteat and
other Shasta resorts.
Season tickets from Grants Pass $16-60
15-day tickets from Grants Pass ,. 16.SO
Season tickets from Grants Pass
Corresponding fares from other points.
Tilamook County Beaches
Season tickets from Grants Pass JMV-MO
Fares to Neah-Kah-Nie, Manzanlta and Bayocean
slightly higher. Corresponding fares from other
Special fares in effect to Columbia 'River Beaches
Mt. Rainier National Park, Yellowstone Nation
al Park and Glacier National Park.
Inquire of Ticket Agent
JOH.V M. SOVTT,
General Passenger Agent
"Oh. cs. 1 spend most of
my time out-of-doors this
summer. With - electric
motors I make light of my
I he tost is small and it is
so convenient- and simple
just a turn of the switch and
1 can sit down and read or
mbroider until the work is
Why don't you call up
. Y .
of Its departure from several time
First The stock as soon as the
issue is approved by the stockholders
will be submitted for listing on the
New York Stock exchange.
Second The action carries with
it the publication of the first bal
ance sheet issued by the company
since the dissolution of the Standard
Oil company in 1906.
Third The action Involves the
first transaction of seml-publlc fin
ancing In the history of the Stand
The balance sheet Issued in con
nection with the proposed Issue
shows total assets as of December
SI, 1918. of $562,543, 025. of which
$463,712,409 represents surplus and
reserves for working capital. The
last balance sheet In 1906 showed
net assets Including the 33 com
panies afterward' distributed, ' ' of
$359.400.1 9 J. The properly Hem lu
the balance shoot Is given at the
cost valuation of the properties loss
depredation. There has been 110
re-valuation of proptrtlea since be
fore the dissolution suit. The Ihu
of $1110,000,000 will be the first
charge on the assets of the company
as the only outstanding stock con
sists or 9.338,300.
The funds derived from the fin
ancing will to used In the develop
ueift of the properties of the com
panies 'In all fields. It was said
that-particular attention would 'he
devoted to the development of the
foreign Interests of the company.
ARMY BACON TO BE SOLD
PORTLAND 34C POUND
Portlnd. Aug. 6,-The Portland
city commission today voted unani
moiisiy to accept an offer of the
quartermaster's department of the
army to sell the city two carloads,
or 80,000 pounds, of bacon, and one
carload, or 30.000 cans of tomatoes,'
from the government stores nt Camp
Lewis. The food will l brousht
here within a few days and sold by
Hie city to the general public at re-
A Port land merchant offered to
handle the sale of the goods at no
cost to the city, even furnlnhlug pa
per and twine for wrapping .puck-
ages. His offer was accepted. It
was said that the price of -bacon
probably would be fixed at 34 cents
per pound plus freight, and for to
matoes at 13 ceuts per can.
Vol Xtl ;ntl, IS ATTACKKIl
l!V MOTXT.UX UO.V
Hallev, Idaho, Aug. .- Jetha
Uurrell, 15, while herding cattle on
the outskirts of town today, -was
mauled by a mountain lion, and after
a struggle in which she tried to
choke It, she was found unconscious,
her arms, back and chest badly la
cerated. The Hon, which jumped upon her
back while she was In a sitting pos
ture, tore her clothing Into shreds.
Cltlxens at once organized to hunt
the liow.fWhtch has been seen near
the town for a month. The girl wilt
Constipation upsets the entire sys
tem causing serious illnesses to the
human family. Don't worry Hoi lis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will drive
out constipation, regulate the bowels,
tone the stomach, purify, cleanse.
Without fail give It a thorough trial.
A POPULAR VERDICT
Raited on Kvldence of Grunts las
Grateful thousands tell of It
. Of. weak backs made strong
Of weak kidneys made well
.Urinary disorder corrected.
Grants Pass people add their testi
mony. They praise Doan's Kidney Pills.
Grants Pass evidence Is now com
plete. Grants Pass testimony Is confirm
ed; Reports of early relief substan
tiated. Merit doubly proved by test of
Let a Grants Pass citizen speak.
Mra tmntla T inn n
matlc pains. There were times when
I could hardly get around. I was so
stiff and lame. At night, I lay
awake for hours on account of the
pains, which went from one part of
my body to another. I got up In the
morning so stiff and lame, It was
all I could do to keep up. I tried
many medicines and also used lini
ments, but without the slightest re
lief. I finally started taking Doan's
Kidney Pills. I was netned from the
first and almost before I knew It, l!
was iree irom tne-trouble." (State
ment given In 1912.) "
A Later Statement
On March 20. 1918. Mrs. Umnlia
said: "I am glad to confirm mv for.
mer endorsement of Doan's Kidney
Pills. I have never had snvthlnr
give me bo much relief as Doan's."
rnce 60c at ail dealers. rtnn'f
simpiy asK ror a kidney remedy get
Iknan1. VI4.. mil. . . .
Doan's Kidney pin the same that
Mrs. Lempke had, FosterMllburn
Co., Mfgrs.,- Buffalo, N. Y.
A Little More Wind for a Little
Ask your local hardware or
electric dealer to supply yon.
They can obtain prompt de
livery If they haven't them in
stock, from .
K IL POPPLE TON
71 Front fit. Portland, Ore.
Another Shipment of
Pens and Baby Bens
P. Time Inspector
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
FOB 8 ALU
ANGEL OAKE8 75 cents each; or
der by phone, No. 190-J. 92tt
GET If OUR TIRES MENDED and
buy a D. M. A C. K. welder for
future use. Soe' Mr. Gotcher, the
tire man at Grants Pass hotel. It
It ACltES oak, madrons, tlr and
pine, on railroad in Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood jn pay
ment stumpage. Phone 270. 83tf
00-ACRE STOCK RANCH for sale;.
' about 125 acres In cultivation;
considerable irrigation; 2 miles
from R. R. station; IH miles
from two schools; half cash, bal
ance low interest. Address No.
1052 care Courier. 86tr
FOR SALE Singer tewing machines
on easy terms. Machines rented
and old machine taken In part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 S.
Central avenue, Medford. Local
headquarter 0 rants Pass Hard
TIM BUR CLAIM FOR SALE 160
acre near Kerby. mostly pine.
Ntt of BRK, SV ot SE',4 and
SK of 8W14, Sec. 14. T. 39 S
R. 8 West. Price $3,250. Ad
dress owner, Mrs. Muttle K. Pal
mer, 574 Nehalem. Ave., Portland,
FOR SALE OR TRADB 28-Inch
Sterlln separator with a 10 h. p.
gas engine, both mounted on
trucks ready for work. $.i7.V
Will trsde for auto, livestock or
wood. Also have 33-Inch separa
tor and engine for sale. Pacific
Highway garage. Medford, Ore
FOR SALB What will you offer for
be sold Immediately. Call Mrs. II.
E. Gordon, phone 609-F-4. 37
FOR RENT 4-room1 kungalow, 421
West L, shade trees, good well,
eleotrlo lights, 2 acre, barn, poul
try house and park. Address. Mrs.
- W. H. H. Taylor. 1114 Pine St. 38
I M MI
WANTED Men to work in lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
" Tra)ortatlon furnished. For
particular Inquire at. Brcen's
Crescent City stage office, Grant
Pass, Ore., near S. P. R. R. depot
and express office. Phone 26. 82tf
WANTED iBIds for transportation
of school children to Grant Puss
from school district No. 19, For
particulars see directors, H. T.
Hull, W, A., Sharp, or K. Ham
B. L. GALBRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan. Plate Glass Liability. 609
u street. ; gtf
The California and Ore?on
r!naof T1 j n "
Coast Railroad Company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Train will run Tuesday, Thursday
! and Saturday
Leave Grant Pas p, m
'Arrive Water Creek ..2 p. m.
: Leave Water Creek.... ,:J p, m
Arrive Grant Pass 4 p, u.
I For information regarding trolghl
j and passenger rates call at the office
Of the company, Lundburg building,
or telephone 181,
Placer loeatleit notices at Courier
Nu door First National lUak
IXM5T, STUAYIOD OH rTrOLKK from
the head of 4'atrluka Crook. Del
Norto county, Cal,, 0110 Iron gray
guiding, weighing about 1000 lb.
5 year old, fetlocks clipped, mala
roached. 'branded with heart on
shoulder. Kinder will please no
tify J. N. Britten. Waldo, Oregon,
and receive reward. 33tf
J. H. Mno.Ml'RRAY -Teacher of sing
ing. Write or apply at 716 Im
DAILY JITNEY to Solum. Kerby and
Waldo. Leaves Grants Pas daily
si 9:30 .. m. Kverelt llogtte.
phone 117. .317
CAE THE WHITE UNE TAXI FOR
prompt service. City and country
trip. Safety first. Call Grant
Pas Hotel, phone 9t. Residence
phone 320-R. W. 0. While. 790
IF YOU WANT TO GET THBRB,
'call 22-J. Two common old Ford.
W are on the Job anywhere and
any time. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. 50tf
1 TAXI iPhone Ttoses Oonfecilonory.
No. .160, for taxi. Hurry call at
any time. C. E. Ollkson. ' 35tf
DANIHI, MeFA HIAND, civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
K f i icv ,n Vf r
r - - - '
streiit, GranU Pass,
L. O. CLEMENT, m7 D Prai tlce
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hour 9-12, 2-6, or on ap
pointment. Phones, office 62; resi
S. 1XMJQHRIDOE, M. D. Physician
and surgeon. City or country call
attended dy or night. Phones,
residence, 369; office, j 82. Sixth
nd H, streets.
A. A. WlTHAiM,
M. D. Internal
903 Corbett (Bldg., Portland, Ore.
"ours 10 to IZjnj to 4 p. m,
R. W. T. TOMiPKlNS, 8. 7
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt BJdf.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-1 J
- .a-'..'"'i 1-8 m- 'Phone 304-R.
WIRING ' and asaaral
electrical work, repairing, house
"Irlng. C. C. Harper, 815 North
Sixth treet. phone 47. tf
TCTKltlNAItY SURG BOX
DR. R. j. BESTUL, Veterinarian.
Offlceat residence, Phone 805-R,
THE WORLD MOVES; o do ".
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phonji
197-R. . .
r. 0. ISBAM,- drayage and tran.fa.
Bates, . lanos .Dd furnlturw
t """ed, packed, shlpp.d and tor
v o. uirice phons 124-Y?
oence phone. 1 24-R.
Five Dollars Reward. ""
Five dollar reward will .be "paid
for the arrest and conviction of any
on. stealing the Dally Courier, from
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