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CWAXT8 PAHS DAILY COlRlKlt
A good valley flour at
$2.80 per Sack
AS'GK!. CAKKS 75. cent each; or
ilar by phone. No. 1K0-J. 2tf
OKT YOUR TIRES MENDED and
bur I). M. & C. K. welder tor
future ua. Bee Mr. Goicher, the
tlr man at Grants Pass hotel. It
12 ACRES oak. madrone, fir and
pln. on railroad in Jerome
iTalrla. Will tR wood In, pay
mont lumpag. Phon 270. 8Stf
On-ACRB STOCK RANCH for sale;
about 125 acre in cultivation;
considerable irrigation; 2 iiillea
from ft. R. station; 1 mile
from two schools; halt cash, bat-
ance low Interest. Address No.
' 1052 rare Courier. Mtf
r POR BAL.E Singer sewing -machines
on easy term. Machines rented
and old machines taken in part
payment. C. A. Chapman, 245 S.
Central avenue, Medford. Local
headquarters Q rants Tass Hard
ware. ' 1U
VOIl SAlyK flulck touring; far, six
' cylinder,' 117 model, good me
chanical condition aJid good tjrfu,
Trice llOOrf. For further partic
ular call T. M. fitott. phone 131
;FOR 8A1.B - One Rood all-purpose
mare, 14 head of fonts, cheap. A.
K. Barhott, I,okiio Ulver, Ore. 44
KOR SALE Fine stork ranch, al-
'fnlfa huy and stock, 15 mile
from Grants J'ojih. Situated In
tthe ft part of ApploKnte valley.
' 'Phone "Ike Vincent, .I'rovolt. 4 4
:nTl 8 ALETwo small chlrUen
' ihousex. Inquire of -Miss Russell,
": Corner1. MnnBaulta Ave., and Mer
FOR H.V1jK Housu Barains , 6--room
house, 2 lots, West O street,
4400. "7-room house, largo lots,
jshulu, street, 4 50. 7-room house,
ttwo urs. Rogue River Ave.,
inoo. 5-rooin house, 1 lot, $400,
"North Second street. See ownor
of property, Stag Cigar Store. Otto
A. "Knlpa. ia
TOW 'jSvVlic Two gnsollne double
drmn hoists. One Velio truck and
trwIUtr, logging blocks, cable,, etc.
One itwo-thlrd yard revovllng
hova. M. C. Ament. 45
JX)R SMir -.Extra fine lrrlitated
Iblnckberrlee, $1.25 for 16 box
crate. Deliveries Tuesdays slid
Tharsdaja. R. F. 1. No. 1, Box
. 11. Chaa. ,W. flihrertit. 46
FDR 9A(IH We have good assort
ment of second-hand . "Chevrolet
and Ford Jar sain. TV. 6. Max
, well A Co. '44
FOR SAM9 PreMUo-t.lt6 Cut :Urlk
for motorcycle, Including llarge
lamp and fera&feeta. . A .$16 ittfit
fpr $g,)f:UVca tfeto week, loijurre
of Fred Costjila, 306 Wert 3
B. L. GALBRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building , and
Loan. Plat Glass Liability. 609
FOR RKNT Two or more house
keeping rooms wlUi private bath,
on North Seventh and A streets,
gujtable for students, teachers,
business women,, or . Just ,' plain
married folks. Mrs. Herbert Avery.
North Seventh and A. ', 4S
'ni ' ""
PAN1EJL MrAB4JND, dvll engi
neer1 nd ' surveyor. . Residence
7 4 0 XWti Wit. li!)e 211-Y.
lMT Kox turrler dog, mostly
bliick. Stub tall. Answers to the
numa of Fox. Notify Miss J'atricla
Oslo. 712 K street, City. 4 4
WANTI2D- Men to work in lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
TrttiiHSxjrtailon furnished. . For
particulars Inquire at Rreen's
Crescent City stuKe office. Grants
Pans, Ore., near S. 1". R. R. depot
'and express office. Phong 20. 2'itt
WANTED Housekeeper. Must be
a woman of refinement, not over
40 years of see. .Address Solus,
care Courier. Jtf
WANTBD Saw mandrel and ssw,
small one preferred. Address Pe
ter Tnngen. IR. F. ft No. I, ox
106, Grants Pa, Ore. 45
WANTWD Men for woods, Fallers.
lUuckers, Umbers. Swampers.
Highest wages, eight hours, good
accommodations, 'straight .time.
Come at once or write or wire for
further Information. Board $1 a
day. . Johnson-Pollock Lumber
Co., Mt. Hebron. Cnilf. 51
81J-.8M.V WAXTKJ '
ARB YOU a successful salesmtin
working among farm trade? Or
are you ambitious to become one?
Io you want to earn $260 to 'ilO
a month, -wholesaling groceries to
farmers? Steady demand. Yearly
relator. Ram territory. Car re
quired. H. Iluntiss;, Box 2090,
K. C. MACY. ID. M. D. First-class
dentistry. 10 South Sixth
street, Grants Pas. Oregon.
.. O. OI.EMENT. M. D.. Prattle
limited to diseases of the eye, car.
nose and throat Glasses fitW.
Office hours 9-12, 2-5, or on ap
pointment. Phones, office 62; resi
S. tO ITGIIRHXrE, M. D. PhysieJn
ami surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. Phones,
residence, 3(9; office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
A. A. WITlfAM, M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases,
90S Corhett Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Hours 10 to 12 a, m.; 2 to 4 p. m.
DK. W. T. TOMiPKINS, . 8. T
'Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-12
a. m.; 1-8 -p. m. iPhone 304-R.
DR. R. J. BESTjL, Veterinarian.
Office at residence. Phone 805-R.
DRAYAGR AND TBSKKR'
rHE WORLD MOVES; so du
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co, Phon
F. O 18HAM, drayag and transf.i
Safes, Manos and' furnltur
moved, packed, shipped and ator
ed. Office phbae 124-T. Rnaf.
. dene pboae. l'i4-R. ' -i
J. S. MacMURRAT Teacher of ding
ing. Write .of apply at 7l le
' Street. " , ,v jgtf
KLKCTRIOAIi WORK '
ELECTRIC WIRING and general
' electrical work, repairing, bona
wiring. C. C. Harper, 118 North
Sixtb ttrm, Jmw f . - , t
ZOO ANIMALS SOLD AT AUCTION
itm' ' jSa ". F "I
ri'il. HI :t fiiniiiii wili'H va itublli'lHMl rts-ifiiliy hIh-ii ii lion. 'a
iiiiDiDi. dull, u yt-liru mul iiuiiieiiiiM otlier niilmul "pt-ts" w-re auctioiit-d at
C rul pink. New V"ik, by I'urk ComiiilMsloner Kruncls Gullntln. The photo-
gruplt i,is Hie cruwil wtii.'liliig the ale of buffaloes.
Why Suffer So?
Why suffer from a bad back, from
sharp, shooting twinges, headaches,
dlzxtnese and distressing urinary
ills? Grants Pass people recommend
Doau's Kidney Pills. Could you ask
for stronger proof of merit?
Mrs. A: M. Evenscn, 25 8. Fourth
St., says: "I waa nearly laid up
with rheumatic troubles, which af
fected my hips and one of my limbs.
At times the pain was, almost un
bearable. Often the muscles and
cords in my limbs seemed to con
tract, causing Intense psln. During
this trouble, my kidneys were more
or less affected, which prompted me
to take Iran's Kidney Pills.- The
first 'box regulated my kidneys and I
took. about three boxes in all when
the rheumatic pains in my hips and
limb left me entirely. Now when
my kidneys bother me, I use Doss's
Kidney Pills and they always do me
Price 60e at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for kidney remedy get
Dosn's Kidney Pills tbe same that
Mrs. Eveasen had. roster-Mllburn
Co.. Mfgrt, Buffalo. N. Y.
rive IKilWs Reward
Five dollars reward will fee psTd
tor the arrest sad conviction of tit
one stealing the Dally Con Hers from
residences or msll boxes
The California and Oregon
uoast Kauroad company
Effectire No. 19. 1918.
Trains will run Taesday, Thursday
sad Saturday '
Leave Grant Pass... t P. M
Arrive Waters Creek 2 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek t P. M
Arrive Grants Pass .....4 P..M.
For Information regarding (relent
And passenger rate call at the otTtee
f the company, Landburg buildlsg.
or telephone 1X1.
DAILY JITNEY to Selma, Kerby sad
'aldo. Le.Te Grants Pass dally
at 9:30 a. m. Everett Hogu.
pbone 317. 117
USE THE WHITE CINE TAXI FOR
pretopt serrto. City and country
trip. ' Safety first Call Grants
Pas Hotel., phon 394. Residence
phoM 320-R. W. Q. White. 790
IF YOU WA1NT TO GET THERE,
call tU. -Two common old Fords.
We are a the Job anywhere and
any time. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. 50tf
TAXI IPhone Rosea ' Confectionery,
No. 160, for Caxl. Hurry calls at
any time. C E. Ollkson. 85tf
H. D. NORTON. Aitwt-law.
Practice in ill State and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
G.. W. COLVIO. Attorney-sut-law.
Grants Pas Banking Co.. Bldg.
Grant Pass, Oregon. ,
E3. S. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tice In all courts. First National
Bank Bldg. ' "
p. S. BLANCHARD. Attorney-at-law.
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270.
Grants Pass. Oregon.
C. A. 8IDLBR, Attorney-t-law. Ma-
sonlo Temple, Grants Puss, .Ore.
JEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law.
, referee in bankruptcy, Masonic
Temple, Grant ' Pas, Oregon.
Phon 1S5-J. i
JAMBS T. CHINNOCK. ,- Lawyer.
First National Bank Bldg., Grants
INSCRIBED ON GOLDEN BOOK
Deed of Self Scr fice Not Recorded
on arth. but It Will Be
A British serKcunt major, In SdV
dreKKlng (he recruits at a training
utmlon, M,ke of the soldierly duties
I lint lliey would he called upon to per
form, and concluded hy saying:
"Be proud of your rpKlment. It's
your home for the wsr. So stick to It
and stick to your comrade. I never
tire of telling recruit a story of two
men of our Second bsttallon In the
DnrdHiiellc expedition. A blizzard
and n washout swept away a lot of
our rlmps. The two I sin talking
about HlriiKgled on end found some
sort of helter, and there they sat
down to rest. The yomici-r could have
got away and come to camp, but he
wouldn't leuve his pal alone In the
storm and darkness and snow.
"The next morning they were found
lop'ther. ucWp for pood frozen stiff.
The younijer lwd Ms urms round hl
pal. He heM a hit nf tmken biscuit In
each h;iiiit intd there were biscuit
mnnln frir.'n tnio ithe mustache of
Jhe nlder smui. '
. "Tluit's Tlie whole Ktory. I doat
tnow wlml their reglinentnl numbers
irni niniies were, but thi-re's Book
twliere lliclr. niimes lire put ilown all
right asid for;ver." Xew iVork Sun.
Snsils Operated Plans.
The -clliruil French alrmsin,
GeoriaH munbrlvHl. has uillizel the
well-sniiwn InKtinct -which scientists
Imve long oliscncil In posseied hy
miiiiIIs. For Mime unknown 'reason, a
pnnH when plui-cd on nn inclined yLaue
cnixvls tnwiiril the highest part.
VTen 51. Ioinbrlvl wa Informed
n this 'lie pluced on the npper plane
of ais.. Miturlce-Farimin machine S8
pim3.iir Kiialln. two-t hints of which
were li lurj:i' slow snails of Hour
Copr. hcloveil hy epicures, the Tviysln
1er if fmiu'ller and more sslle .vnriety.
After I'Mne to about 1,'itMl feet he was
uhl to tiike his hands off the controls
for rW rest of his two hours' flight.
Tlie sshIIn moved In a nmss toward the
IiIit part mid re-established the
iw)UllnSr1iun whenever the machine
flipped, vlrlw iMiernlly or longitudinal
ly, tlmn keeping the airplane In per
Uarf night. 1
' Hot On tor 'Lawyers.
flere br.a hot one on lawyers and a
rtnln sort .of oportsinnn.
An stt.trtiey was arrested for violat
ing the game taws matching 10 fish
ont of ftcanon. He pleaded guilty, but
when MO per Bsh wjss the fine Im
posed he withdrew his plea and got a
brother lawyer to defead him. The
jury. In spite of the plea of guilty,
brought In a verdict flmtlag to I in guilty
of catching one fth only, and fixed the
fine at- $10. .On of the Jurors ex
plulncd to the angry game warden as
Yes, we knew he pleaded guilty
and admitted catching 10 Huh. ' But
the jury.' yon know, were' all of the
same nijml. - He wag a lawyer AND
Prohibition In Lithuania.
.. Prohibition, which ' grew up over
night In America, has long been an Is
sue In Lithuania, the small Baltic re
public that Is asking for self-government
that It has long demonstrated Its
ability to use. I.Miuanln has a .small
brewery and a still In almost every
booic. It has little Intoxirmlon. And
It hus u prohibition society- with 17'J
branches and 'J0.0UO members through
out the country. ' ' '. '.
An expedition ' vit six men traveling
an motorcycles is t ngnged iu uiuklug u
ut-vo.v if u route for un uerliil mull
line' from Sydhey.Austl-uiln. to Lon
don. ,. It,, Is hopeil t locute sultNhle
ktnding pluyes lit liitei-viils of H(K uiliw.
tnuk tut Hsu of . UUIU.V South 1'uciuc
lalSIkU ... -: v.- -
All kinds of laal blnnks at th
Courier. , . l - .
JAFS CHEER. RULER
FCH FIRST TiJIE
Adopt Western' Way of' Showing
' Loyalty to Their
- For the first time in the hl.tory of
Japan the people have cheered thtlr
nioriurchs. 1'opulur ct-lcbratlons were
held le Tokyo to celebrate the fiftieth
anniversary of -the rewmiU of the Im-I-rl
capltul from' Kioto to Tokyo und
the establishment of Tokjo as a mu
nlclpnilty. -. - ';.
For. two duy the people of the me
tropolis Jfave thern.Kelvrs up to enthusi
astic rijjolclnsn.' The city was gny
with fctjiBH, flnfes and magnificent
evergreen nn.hcs. s
Kmiii ror Yohllilto with' his consort
and Crown . Prim e Hlrohlto drove
through the piicVeil strecu in oi-n
coaches hud bowed In acknowledgment
of tlu- riKiectful "bpuznr-of the multi
tude. In the punt the emperor ,of Japan
has rarely made his appearance in the
public streets and hn ulwnyii been re
ceived in client homage. The recent
ovation after the western Idea Is re
garded as a democratic approach of
tlu. emjteror to bis people. In other
words. Japan is responding to the
democratic spirit abroad In the world.
The municipality presented to the
emperor and empres-i several historic
doi-timeots and pictures concerning the
capital. The pavilion used for the prin
cipal ceremonies In .Ucno park waa
Ierlii1ly erectpd in pure old Japanese
style, the roof being thatched with the
bark of cryptnmeriu and the outer
walls being covered with greea cryp
tomerla leaves. ;The walls Inside were
beantlfully decorated with gold dust
und covered with screens and curtain
having designs p f flowers and birds.
A procession reconstructing the an
cient diamyo corteges and lanterns and
Aug processions were included In thA
celebrations, which was commemorat
ed also by the Issuing of a special post
age stamp. . - (.
Every house, from richest to poor
est; boy in front an exquisite paper
lantern surmounted by a spray of
cherry blossoms. v .
m m LEADER
An immense problem in reconstruction confronts the present generation,
i Are yo doing your utmost to prepare to lead in its solution?
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- THE REGISTRAR. Oregon Ar .cultural Cotlcac. CorvaUm
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Automatic Servant '
v ' Oh. yes. J spend most of .
V my.; .time , out-ol-doors ; this
v uIllcr. , vji - electric
motors. I make light f. my
housework." ' ' .l
' ' "The cost is small and it is '
so ccvenient and simple
, iust a lurn of the switch and '
I can sit down and read or
(.mbroidcr until the Work is
dorp'- .. :v;.,;v, v V;.
Why don't 'you call up
HUNS MADE A CLEAN SWEEP
What They Couldn't Steal In th
Frsneh City of Douaf Thsy
Ruthlessly Destroyed. .
My homo was In Oonal, writes Jesa'
Prolx In Everybody's. When visited
the town. ssin after the German left
It, 1 found It untouched by shell fire.
Strange as It may seem, the house
are standing and the roofs are on th
houses. But every place has been
ransacked ; so much so that la my
house the only article of furniture left
are two stools, one of which Is of no
value. The other, a light gilt foot
stool in, the drawing-room, Is smashed.
Every other article of furniture has
been stolen. ' -.
The valueless contents of every
drawer were thrown or. the floor and
soiled. Some valuable paintings by
Corot were, hanging In one of the ,
rooms. They were carefully selected,
the canvas was cut out of the frame
In the cleanest possible way und re
moved by the Germans, whereas a
hole was klmlly kicked, throngh the
This Is a preelse( Instance of thefr
methodical thefts. When the people
who lived lo the house were turned
out by the Germans they took away
the few pii)er that were In the safe
which was fust to the wall ; they left
the key on the safe door und the "door
ajar, aft much as to say that there was
no need to break It open.: m the
safe t foand a short hntchet. hy mean
of which the door had been smashed.
Is this destruction for Its own sakeT
No, this Is methodical destruction. (
The safe would eventually, have to he
replaced, and very likely by one of
German make. . v "
A dance given tit Alliert ball recent
ly In London and patronized by all the
nobility. Including Queen Mary and
Queen Ahuntidra. had upon its pro
gram fox-trots and other dances of th
kind so popular before the war, bnt
no "Jazz." Kngland la said to be
dancing mad. but timt the dancers do
hot takekludly to this latest Amer
ican dance, although American dance
are as. a general thing very popular.
The "Peace Valse Is the newest Eng
lish dance and is said to have beea
f applauded for three minutes n-hen th
first notes of ,the waits were played. .
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