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GRANTS PASS IUILT COCKIER
KINFHIAV, AI OI HT 0, loll),
What Will The End Be?
CJWhit you tow that also will y0u reap.
qTott can't hi Oo rn and expert to harvest cabbages -you
can't plant a pr tree and expect It to bear peaches
and MARK THIS r0i can't plant extravagance and
export thrirt. If you plant dollars in this bank they
will produce dollars. lt'i up to you what will yon do?
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of life. Love, iMarrlage, Travel,
Business, etc. Tells you Just
what you want to know with
out asking a single question.
' In short tells you everything-.
Low fee for short time. Re
member this is the original au
thor of the works on Pa Iras try.
Student of Yogi and member
of Society Psychic Research.
Located in private residence
at 21 D street.
Miss Ina (Lola Chaiin. a xrnndii
ate of Portland hitth school and who
has just completed the teachers
training course at St. Helens hall,
Portland, has 'been employed to
teach our school, which will prob
ably open. September 7.
On some soil . the continued
drougth has so dwarfed the fruit
that much of it may not reach corn
much of the dormant spraying. f
merclal slrt. Some scale ts showing
in spots and close Inspection will
be necessary In packing.
Since all our Bartletts go to the
cannery and we are about two weeks
later than the main Rogue river
valley, picking Is erpeeted to begin
about the 20th.
The advantage of this section for
poultry raising Is attracting atten
tion and several parties exnect to
engage in this business extensively
in the near future, having discover
ed the superiority of the Oregon cli
mate over the California climate as
shown In egg production per hen.
All parties are nrged to continue
the wa against the grey digger
squirrel! wherever he Is seen alive.
Ttoa dwork Is progressing nicely In
Frank (Livingston has opened the
Bridge Garage where satisfaction Is
K. IP. Cecil, of the Portland fores
try office, is' locating new trail be
tween (Powers and Illahee.
Or. J. C. Smith returned iaxt night
Trom a week's 'business visit at Al
Willard storage battery service
station, 3 H North Sixth 8t. ITtf
T. M. Hunt, deputy forest super
visor, was here from 'Rogue River
Tuesday. He returned home today
to finish some trail work.
"Pompelan" Beauty Powder. 8a
bln has It.
O. Arnspiger. Med ford's" former
rlKht-haud utility man, is In the city
today, looking after matters .pertain
ing to 'highway business.
Willard storage battery service
station. 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
M. C. 'Page, of the forestry ser
vice and stationed at Callt-e, was a
Grants Pass visitor Tuesday. He re
turned to Oallce this afternoon.
Marshal Lon I'mpolette nnd Major
Hanks or llendale are In the city
today, Mr. Hanks having come to
(rants Pass to consult Dr. Clement
In regard to hla eyes which were re
cently Injured when .one of the 1at
terles on his automobile exploded.
Accident at Factory .
W. H. Oualt met with an accident
at the Pine Box factory Tuesday
evening, when the ends or two o(
his fingers on his right hand were
badly torn by lielng caught In a
A Cle-vw Win wlgn
A very clever advertising cam
paign has been put ou fur "Don't
Change Your Himband." The Joy
theatre and a number of local mer
chants have a full uk ad In to
night's Courier that Is a credit to
Rxcurslou iUtra to Count
Grants Pass to Crescent City, bi
easy riding cars, for J7.50. Oranu
Pass and Crescent CItv State com-
pany. Phone St. utt
IXoigU County Judge ReHigns -
County Judge R. W. Maniters
Tuesday tendered his resignation .to
.take effect August 15th and recom
mended to Oovernor Ben W. Olcott,
that Mayor D. J. Stewart tie named
to fill out the unexpired term. Judge
Marsters has served as a nubile offl
clal since 1911, Vhen he was elect
ed by a very large majority as Jus
tice of the peace for Deer Creek pre
cinct. Roseiburg News. '
May Plant TriMil Fry
Mr. anil Mrs. N. P. Macduff who
mad trip to (Dolln mountain re
cently, slate that plans are Iwlun
made to build a boat to 'lie kept at
Bonn Ijike. Au effort may 'be made
to atock Tannen lake near that place
with trout. 'Bolin lake. says Mr.
Macduff, was stocked wlthflsh In
1912. Fish for Tannen lake can he
secured providing conveyances can
be had to take the young fry from
the railway station to the lake.
Hero From Oklahoma
Ed. Morris, a railway conductor
from Muskogee, Okla., arrived In the
city this morning. ' Mr. Morris is In
terested In orchard land near Tokay
Heights, and has come west to look
after his proHrty Interests.
Attending Kdltorjal t'.Mivcntli.ns
A.K. Voorhles went to Portland
lust night to take advantage or IHiy
ers week and to visit his rather. He
will also attend the sessions or the
Oregon State Editorial association!
and also the National Editorial as
sociation, llewas accompanied toj
Portland by Master John Booth, whoj
spent the past two months at the
Voorhles borne, ami who will Join
his mother in Portland.
Imwh Social Tonight
Don't miss the dime social this
evening given 'by the Presbyterian
ladles on the lawn of the Coe res
idence, corner or Evelyn Ave., and
Washington Boulevard. Musical
and literary program while, the re
freshment aire 1elng served. 37
IUnd Letter Paper-
Good quality bond paper, s'xil
Inches, unruled, at Si per 50 sheets.
Courier office. ss
Airplane Fire patrol
C. C. S-ott, of the state forestry of
fice at (Portland, was In the city on
Tuesday and left for Eugene where
he will meet Lieut. Kiel. From'that
city the two expect to fly to Rose-
burg to Investigate the airplane land
ing, their object being to secure air
plane fire patrol protection for that
section of Oregon.
C. E. Gilkison
To The Motoring Public
. We wish to announce that we hare opened up a new
and up-to-date shop and Invite everybody to come and
look It over. We have the best equipment on the mar
ket, have air that Is free from all oil and water and "
Is on tap a.t all hours under the shade of the old fir
tree. You ere welcome to use, what you want.
- Our oils and greases are the best money can buy, and
are sold under a money back guarantee. We have a '
service battery to fit any car. iAnd If your electric
system is out of order we have the .tablet for it. Jazz
for the lotteries we have it stored dn large "quantities.
Yours for Service ' .
FOR SALE 15 Duroc Jersey stock
Pigs for sale. Ed L. 6ehmldt t
WANTED Three wood cuters. Good
pay. Long Job. Good wood. Close
to town. See Derlcks, 203 Bur
gess street. 40
WANTED Oentle mare, not over
12 years old, weight 1050 to 1250
also one-horse wagon and har
ness. ;. WT Mathews, 8H Oak
street. .. - 42
FOUND Man's soft tanned leather
driving glove. Owner may find
aame at Courier office. - 38
WANTBii-Rock andcar men. Rock
jPolnt. Schell & Calvert.' 3S
FOR SALE Two "good" ""burrows
with pack saddles and harness.
Inquire Rymer, 607 (I. street.
Grants Pass. Ore. 42
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they are fretful, peevish, puny or
X. ? " laBm Moiuster a Rocky
Mountain Tea n hn.i,. k... ....
laxative for children. 35c. Sahln's
urug score. ahv
An Insect Powder "
TO He I'sed Against
BED BI GS LICE
ScJls Drags and Book
IVputj T Hell Auto"
Frank Coleman, chler deputy sher
iff of Jackson county for the past
three months and connected with the
sheriff's office for the past five
months, has resigned tils position to
take effect next Saturday night to
enter the commercial aninmMiA
game In the employe of Ben M. CoT
llns of Grants 'Pass. Med ford Tribune.
Hop Market Soars
While there Is considerable excite
ment In the hop market, with re
ports of prices as high as 50 cents a
pound, these lop figures will not be
enjoyed tiy very' many growers In
this purt of the valley, says Hie 8u-
lem Journal. It is pretty well under
stood that fully o per cent of the
h04 have been contracted for at 2S
to 30 cents per ipound.
Hergt. Itlddln In JiCWls Hospital
Mr. and iMrs. George Riddle have
received word from their son. Ser
geant Matthew (Riddle,, that he ar
rived at Camp .Lewis August 2 and
!.i now In the hospital there with the
prospect of staying there three to
four weeks. Sergeant Riddle lust
completed a course at the university
at Montpelllet, France, ibefore leav
ing .for home.
The anniversary of the blrthdavs
or iMesdames Clara Turnbull and
Louise W. Hood was delightfully
celebrated op. August 1st at the home
or Mrs. O. IW. Murray, who rovallv
entertained at dlniusr with the hon
ored guests. Mrs. Wm. 'Atchison and
Mrs. K. IA. Wade and Miss 'Marian
'Hood. . In the afternoon the read
ing or original poetfis was greatly
Outing Party -
j W. iF. MoCabe, county commla
jsloner. R. S. Crockett and family.
Ma MoKy. wife and son of Hugo,
Mrs. Alhern and iMIsa Gibson, accom
panjed Iby Miss Scott of. Chicago,
formed an out! ng party that return
ed Tuesday evening from a week's
trip along the coast. They made
the trip In three automobiles. ,oln
In ny way of iRoseburg and Myrtle
roini ana returning Ty wav of f!ri
cent City. They report snlendld
weather and an enlovahle trtn. at
though the road from Rosefounr in
Myrtle Point was exceedingly rough
A Real Sale ot Used Cars
I Let'a Oo " .
1 1918 MAXWELL, "A PEACH"
' . 1 1917 CHALMERS SPKHDHTEIl
1 1917 OVETtljAXI) '
1 1918 CHEVROLET
1, 1919 CHEVROLET. BRAND 1TEW . ' y
1 1917 MAXWELL ROADS Elt .
1 1917 SAXON SIX
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- 60S Q street, opposite Band Stand
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class work. ,
When In needof a new battery buy the still-bettor
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