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U HANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
We Have Another Shipment'
of Comb Honey
The Canning Season
is at hand .
ate coming in
ANGEL, CAKES 75 cent cbi or
dor by phone, No 10-J. 2tf
OETYbljS"TrRE8 "iiBNDKD and
buy a IX M. ft C. K. woldar for
fulur ue. Sea Mr. Oo'cuer. tit
tiro man at Cntnui I'm hotel, tt
II ACIUOS oak, madrono, fir and
pine, oo railroad in Jerome
Prairie. Will Uko wood In pay-
tnenl atumpace. Phono 270. 83tf
Mbla chool at 10, ft. K. Hackett.
auperlatendent.. Olaaiwa for all age.
Morning eerviie at II, aermon on
"Chrlirt and lUlvatlon." The choir
will nln "The Teinle fttiorua," B.
Y. if. 'U. mottling ti 7, topic, "How
Do Men 8U Their Birthright?" At
8 the church Join In the union
mnulliig on tho Control Kchool lawn.
Mid-week Tvie on Thursday even
ing at K, lomon, the nerond chapter
of n Th.
C. M. Cllne. preathcr.
WANTEIJ llouaokeeper. Muat be
a woman of roflnnment, not over
40 ymra of age. AddrttM Solus
care Courier. 39tf
'On-ACHE STOCK, RANCH for aale
about 125 acree In cultivation
runalderable Irrigation: I mile
from R. R. tUtlon; 1 mile
from two ecboola; hjtlf oaah, bal
anoe low Intereat. Addrern No
10&1 rr Courier. 86tf
rOR BAU&SInger towing machine
on oaay terma. Machine rented
and old machines taken In part
oarment. C. A. Chapman, 245 8
Central avenue. Mtdford. Local
headauartere Oranta Paaa Hard
KOR 8A1B iBukk touring car. all
cylinder, 1917 mode), good me
chanical condition and good tlren.
Price 11000. For further partic
ular call T. M. 8tott. phone 131
or 219-J. 4
FOR SALE Two small chicken
houses. Inquire of Miss Russell,
Corner MamanlU Ave., and Mer
lin road. 0tf
FOR 8AljiKxtra fine Irrigated
blackberries, $1,25 for 16 box
crate. Deliveries Tuesdays and
Thursday. R. FV D. No. 1. Box
11. Chae. W. Lambrecht. 46
FOR 8A1J0 Three acre tract, hoimo,
barn, poultry houxos. Gas en
gine, pump and, tank fur Irrigat
ing fruit and berries. Inquire
723 C street. 48
FOR SAMS I'sod cars tor sale. One
Ford, one Chevrolet, 1918 mo
dels In good condition. Fashion
HD 119133 FOR 8AI.K ToN 10NO TIM IS
qioiiirht trustor, will sell several
K(mxI work horses, teams 1200 and
1400 lbs., on years time, If deelr
ed, with no caah down to good
party. For particulars address
Box 670 ! rants Pass. 49
FOR BAliE 'Ripe pears at one cent
a pound. Call at the end or Rogue
, River Ave. H. M. Button. '49
WAKTHD Men for woode, Fallers,
Huckers, U in tiers, Swampers.
Highest wages, eight hours, good
accommodations, straight time.
Come at once or writ or wire for
further Information. Board (la
day. Johnson-Pollock Lumber
Co.. Ml. Hebron. Calif. 51
able for drying over stove. Phone
W A.NTHI -wlnchesTeTTlfle, J M0
raltbre, army 1895 model. Must
ihe In goad condition. Address lvl
Spalding. Azalea. Oregon. 46
ARB YOU a successful salesman
working among farm trade? Or
are you ambitious to become one?
Do you want to earn $260 to 350
a month, wholesaling groceries to
farmers? Steady demand. Yearly
repeater. Same territory. Car re
quired., ft. Hunting. Box' 2090.
Portland, Oregon. 52
The gnlvatlon Army
Meeting at 11 a. m., "The U-auty
or Hollnww." At 2 p. m.. Bible school.
At 3 p. m., "Inter Denominational
Praise Meeting." At 6 p. in., Y. P.
l At 8 p. m., "Children' Anni
versary." Solos, vocal and cornet.
Plnasant meeting. Strangers ere
J. K. Stra'utln, F.nslgn.
N'ewman M. K. Oiurrli
Prenchlng by the paetor at 11 a.
m topic, "The Orcntest Command -mont."
lAnthem Ty the choir. Sun
day school at 10 a. in. Kpworth
League at 7 p. m.
At the Central school grounds at
8 p. n., the sermon topic will be.
"The Christian Panoply of Power."
Musical number hy the choir.
MerWlle T. Wire, pastor.
judge O. 31, Glim ore, of Rogue
River, spent the day In town.
PrMrliig Ui llullri Itrldge
J. ff Wilde Is camping at Rock
Point where he I Installing machin
ery for the , construction company
that 1 to 'build the new bridge
acroes 'Rogue river at that , place.
Gokl Hill New.
Try Our rVlwl tliUken Irinnrr
With strawberry shortcake and
whipped cream, 00c. Palace hotel
Murphy HoldifV Honored
Friday-evening a number of Mur
phy and Grants Pass people met at
Riverside park In honor of Ralph
Alnsworth of Murphy, who returned
from service Monday morning. He
wa with the 4th engineer. H com
pany. Ivy division. He saw four
months of active service during his
15 months in France, having been in
the battle of the Marne, Argonne
Forest and St. Mihlel salient.
A. F. A. M. IokIko of Sorrow
Masonic hall Sunday at. 1:30 R.
B. Juration. W, M. 46
Great Sale On
At R. Tlmmons Store. Your choice
of any In show case, 10c per yard.
Also a few pairs of children shoes,
and a piano for sale. No. 612
South Sixth street. 46
Ifetliany IWrvtertitn Oiun-h isYXXPATFJ JiZZISTS
E. C. MACY. I). M. O. Flrst-clas
dentistry. 109 V South Sixth
street, Grant Fas. Oregon.
I.. O. OIMBNT, M. D PratUce
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-12, 2-5, or on ap
pointment. Phone, office 62; resi
dence 3 59-J.
S. LOUGintlOUK, M. D. Physician
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. Phone,
residence', 369; office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
A. A. WITHAiM, M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous disease,
903 Corbett Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Hour 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. ra.
Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning
worship, 11 o'clock, "The Church
Should Be Concerned About the
World of Today," third In a series
on "The Church and the World."
Union evening service on the lawn
of the Central school at 8 o'clock.
Tuesday, August 19, Sunday
school workers' conference at the
church at 8. Every teacher and of
ficer should be present, and other
adults interested are welcome.
Plans are to be considered for en
larging the s4iool and Increasing its
Thursday, August 21, midweek
service, "The Church and the Local
Community. ", Act 4:33-35: Gal.
Henry G. Hanson, .minister
WIM, SET EEKT MOVING
Syncopation and all the Jazx that
mueical instruments can produce Is
assured for tfiose who danc In
Grants Pas 1 the announcement of
th coming of Cole McBIroy and his
Portland Jazz band that -will elre a
idance in the Waldorf Hall Wednes
day evening, August 20.
The jazs band will feature Frank
Walsh of Xew York, the ramous Jazz
singer. A five piece orchestra, along
with a Jazz singer will furnish the
iMciElroy's Jozs band Is well-known
throughout Oregon having played at
the Oaka Amusement Park: In Port
land before large crowds. 47
' "Agent Authority to Sell" book
' Msnks. 50?. CnnrTer office.
First Church of Christ Srlentlm
Christian Science services are held
TZtlZ'Vs. CaBf.nUa.and Oregon
I AflflT ' 1 B
vwcho 1. uaiUIUU JJUlUCLliy
The subject for !
Ings at 8 o'clock.
Sunday Is, "Soul
Reading room Is open from 2 to
4 o. m. dally excent Riimt mn
holidays. The public is cordially in- . ... '
Tiled to attend the .ervlce. and to irwM'w,u ' Tuesday
visit th reading room. , "nu D--uru'
Leave Grant Pass
Arrive Waters Creek
: Leave Water CreeK
t Arrive Grant Pass
Effective Nor. 19, 1918.
ELECTRICAL WORK '
..1 P. M
....2 P. M.
...8 P. M
ia-BCTRKJ WIRI.NXJ andenerll ! "r"T" .UnU, . . TT .
elertric.1 work, repairing house ! n"orm,"on
wiring C C ; v i! 'nd PMener rt- call at the office
)Ft)R SALH at a big acrlfice-One
A u b tin Garotony No. 8 crusher,
good an .now, capacity 20 .tons per
inour. One iFalrbanks-Mors . oil
engine, 30 :h. p. Two Faust gigs
and table. .Two mil rolls, eball
1n, rPulley, Compressor, Lighting
Plant, 0 oil Atarrels, ore csi,
too, ore sacks. Any reasonable
eimh offer acceptod. If Interested
com, and loelc It over. ChsM. W.
Scott, 1-ke Creek, Oregon. 6
UR, W. T. TOMiPKINS, S. T.
Ro9ms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all disease. Hours 9-12
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R.
DR. R. J. BDSTUL, Veterinarian.
Office at residence. Phone 305-R.
DKATAGE AND TRANSKEIt
FOR SAiLE 1917 Ford in excellent
shape, good Urea. Will demon
strate. 425. Palace Hotel, Room
16. ' , 45tf
jTJliH WORLD MOVES; so do we.
J Bunch (Bros. Transfer Co. . Phone
397-fR. v -L
I F. G. ISHiAM, drayage and transfer.
Saifes, pianos and furniture
moved, packed, shipped nd etor
d. Office phone J24-Y.. Reul
deoe ksu 1.4-2.
E. L. QALBRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rental. Building and
Loan. Plate Glass Liability. 601
' O street. 84tf
DANIEL MoFARiLAlND, civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
ESTRAYKD There came to my
jpUce recently one hog, mostly
bite wit . black mtirklngR, has
flit In r. Owner may a i) Ores
IW WwK ihiruby. On, ,'4
USB THE WHITE UNE TAXI FOR
prompt servlo. City aad country
trips. Safety first Call Grant
Pas Hotel, phone ttfc. Residence,
phone 320-R. W. Q. White. 790
IF YOO WANT TO GET THERE,
call 22-J, Two common old Ford.
We are on the Job anywhere and
anytime. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Luke. ''' BOtf
TAXI iPhone iRobbs Confectionery,
NO. 160, for taxi. Hurry call at
anytime. C. H. Gllkson. 85tf
J. 8. Mac.MUil.RAY Teacher or sing
ing, WrJt or apply t 716 Lee
FAMOUS JAZZ BAND
of Portland, Oregon
Frank Walsh, Famous Jazz Singer
A Dance Full of Pep
Dancing Fiee From Eight Until Nine
Coffee and Cocoa
There's Nothing Better
What a boon in the hurried, hot days is the
everready Carnation can on your pantry shclt
it A max
is just clean, sweet milk, brought fresh every morn
ing to our conden series and there evaporated to the
consistency of cream.
For coffee and cocoa use it undiluted, just as you would
cream. Use it the same way on fruit and cereals.
Carnation "makes everything you cook taste better,"
when used according to directions.
Lots of good housekeepers, in times of stress like
threshing, just punch, two holes in the top and set
the comely can on the table.
Always keep a case or more of Carnation in your
storeroom and you have the right "Answer to the
Pure Milk Question."
Sold by Grocers and General Stores
'V l09j"ti na't" fa ' ' f Carnation in
'"fcrW ' k aJitl "Tt" Stt" f Car
rm Mtlk. ' Ltt ut mail h to you frtt.
Carnation Milk Products Company, Seattle, Wash.
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
Making Two Ears of
Corn Grow Where
Only One Grew Before
Not gettinjr the right amount of rain at the
right time, is one of tho principal causes of
. This is past history, however, on thousands
of profitable fnrni9 throughout the country.
These farms use Electric Power, and motor
driven pumps allow irrigation in the right
amount and at the right time. ;
There are suitable G-E Motors for running
the muchines in the Hum. in th. ni- j '
In the Field. Almost every task and chore
on a farm can be done more rapidly, more
economically and more safely with Electric
Power, than in any other way. .. . .
Our Power at your command '.t an "
t.roo, ljr or ni jht, throujhout tho yer. I ,
California-Oregon Power Co.