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ANGEL CAKE8 75 caul each; or
der by phone. No. HO-J. 2tf
I on-ACRE STOCK RANCH for ill;
about 125 terra In cultivation;
considerable Irrigation; 2 aillet
from H. R. station; 1V in lira
from two schools; half cash, bal
ance low Intorest. Ad drew No.
1063 car Courier. (Sir
FOR BALK Vetch, gray oats, cheat,
rye, baled bay, rolled barley, gran
seed. Ralph Waldo Eldcn. Mad
ford. Or. ' t&tf
FOll SAIK -1 Small Saw mill, com
plpto. with Kb. p. Jlussall Steam
tractor, IUO0. Slub conveyor
fur 1125. Fire box, boilers and
engines very cheap. Write us for
your reitulroiuuut on plie. ORK
(iON MAHIINKRY CO.. Kugene.
FOR SAIvK Rhode iHland Rod pul
let, mixed. Mm. W. 8. Tucker,
Rd. No. 2. Box fl. 1 1 111 road. 72
!-V(i RU-Kt- &n-ica1lnn underground
Kusollnc tank with pump. Inquire
Mr. J. P. Trunx. 8tf
FOR BALKHay mare, a limit 1 100
Ilia., perfectly eonnd. gentle,
strong, willing worker, equally
good aliiKle double or In bunny.
It. K. JtOH. R. Fv I. No. .'2, box
19 A. Omnia I'as. ' 71
ltoiXD RKKI illVllY lU'GOY for
sale. Call 174, for particular.
FOR H.VI.IC-Potlto prune. 1c a
pound. Come and pick tUem. K. E.
Carglll. Oolden Ilrlft ,Iam. 71
FOR SAUv- Petite prune lie per lb.
Silver prune 2 '4c per II). Pick
them yourself. Hox K, Rl. 1, two
iiilliit from town on Merlin road. 7 1
)IIJRKR1 HV1X for h1c: 17
month old, weigh MiO iniund.
Iiniiiire J. 8. Iluniitardner. Water
FOR 8AIJ-; OK TRADK for stock or
property, one Maxwell touring car
In good shape, all equipped
with light, lurter, speedometer
and Kit light; also one Hudson
tripped car In god ahnie. See
Roy Hlgvln. 411 West U St. 74
Foil" SAM-!. OH ' KXcilANOKMllch
row, horse. Harnesses. Bad
(IIhu. lliiKKle. Hacks. Also one
young pure lred Poland China liohr
weighing 100 Un. Roy Illuxln.
Inquire Red Front lhirn or 421
Weal L street. 74
or trade for stoik or property
14-0 Here In Illinois valley. House,
20 aiTOt rlehred, 4 Here under
fence and plowed, email creek,
wt"r year around, dam and water
(ti 4 Keren. '."fiO.OOO feet of saw
timber, 4 mile from ton, auto
road to plnoe. Hest out Valine In
eoiinty. Iniiilre 'P. Ornvlln, Red
Front Ram. 74
WANTKD Men to work In lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
Transportation furnished. For
particular Inquire nt Green's
Crescent City stage office, Grants
Pass, Ore., near S. P. R. R. depot,
and express office. Phone 26. 48tf
MKN WANTED Faller per day. 5;
buckora, $4.7f; limbers. $4.50;
wampers, 14.50; truck teamsters,
14.75; yarding teamster, )5; road
men, $4.50; top loaders, $5; board
tl per day. John H. Williams,
706 B street. 74
WA'NTED-Oood second-hand piano
by the Wllderville church. Those
bavin n piano for sale apprise N.
E, Townsend. Tl
WANTED .Kitchen range, dining!
set, other hoiiHohold .furniture In
' first riiies eondltlun. Clve (tis
fljttoB, price to M. F. Np. 1622,
tre of Courier. 78
WAJfTK(I IStlO.tMl County warrnnl
at 9R and accrued Interest. Ad-
dree No. 1649 care Courier. 71
MEN WANTED at-(5olden Drift dam.
Apply Daniel McFarland, 740
North Tenth atreet, phone 211-Y
after 6 p. m. 75
DANIEL McFARLAND, civil engf-l
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
aKiT Between 'Grants Tass and
Inmp-off-.loe, some short 510
liK'h chuiiiH with hodks on. Fin
der leuve at Oldings Garage. 71
J. S. MacML'RRAY Teacher of slng-
ing. Write or mv)r t 718 Lee
FOR JU'JNT- 7-room bouse, $8;
&-rooin house, $5; both "North 7th
treet. (iood well water. Darn
to no with either place. Inquire
of Mr. W. 11. Qualf, 832 North
Seventh street, . .71
0. L. OAL.BRA1TH Inaurance, any
kind. Rental. Building and
Loan. Plate Glaa Liability. 60
O street. S4tf
HUMSTITOlIl.Wi, Pbotlng. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Write to u for
suggestions for Chrltnia gift.
The Vanity Shop, Med ford, Ore
BLI-X.TRIC WIRING and general
electrical work, repairing, home
wiring. C. C. Harper, 105 South
Sixth Htreot, phone 47.
USE THE WHITE LINE TAXI FOR
prompt service. City and country
trip. Safety first Call OranU
Paa Hotel, phone SH. Residence
phone 3BH-Y. W. U. White. 7U0
TAXI iPhono Tloses Confectionery,
No. ) CO, for taxi. Hurry call at
any time. C. B. Utlkson. 35tf
I1IONI3 262-R for Jitney Luke or
Cutler. Headquarter changed t
V ALACK TAXI Day or night aerv
Ice with Maxwell car. Phone 22-J.
Fenner V Newstrom. 84
B. C. MACY, D. M. D. Flrst-clas
dentistry. 10$ V, South Sixth
trout, Cranta rat. Oregon.
L. O. CIEMENT. M. D., Practice
limited to dliease of the eye, ear,
note and ibroat. Glasses fitted.
Office hour 9-12, 2-5, or on ap
pointment. Phonei, office 62; resi
S. LOl'GHRIDGE, M. D. Physician
and surgeon. City or country call
attended day or night. Phone,
residence, 369: office, 182. Sixth
and H street.
A. A. WITH AM, M. 1). Internal
medicine und nervous diseases,
24 Medical Iildg., Portland. Ore.
Hours, 2 to 5 p. in., morning and
evening tiy apHlntment.
Dll. W. T. TOMPKINS, 8. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hour 9-12
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R.
K. J. HILL1CK, M. D.. Ph.vshlun
and aurKeon; office Schnllhorn
block, phone 54-J; rt-Kitlenco,
1004 Iwnrldge, phone 54-L,
(J rant Pass.
DR. R. J. BESTfL, Veterinarian.
Residence $38 Washington boule
vard, phone 398-R.
MIAYAGK AM) TltAXSKF.lt
TUB WORLD MOVES; so do we.
Hunch Tiros. Transfer Co. Phone
F. 0. ISIIAM, drayage and transfer.
Safes, pianos and 'furniture
moved, parked, shipped and stor
ed. Office phone 124-Y.' Resi
dence phone 124-R.
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
' TIME CARD
Effective Nov. 19, 191 8.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Grants Pais J P. M
Arrive Waters Creek I P. M.
Leave Waters Creek........ 3 P. M
Arrive Grants Pass ; 4 p. M.
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call it the office
of the company, Lundburg building,
or telephone 111.
G H A NTS PASS
Verue ltwl 'Hill, tm of Mrs.
George G. Jiancroft, will accompany
Vt. lis n croft m a hunting expedi
tion on Thursday or this week.
George Gerrle, of Brooklyn, an old
friend of Mr. Mill, will also go with
them and be Initialed Into the wilds
of Shattla 'tta creek and Silver
creek, tiear Oallce. The trio expect
to be absent about ten day. They
will go to Gallce, from which plsce
they will "pack In" perhaps 35
Verno served hi full four year
as a luiJlor, lining in the quarter
imitter dartment on the V. 8. S.
Saratoga, was later on the St. loul,
on which no made eight trio arrowi
the Atlantic convoying troop, arid
then wa trajinfi-rrd to the Mongo
lia, on which hip be made 13 round
trl to TSurope. making 21 round
trl to hls.rrellt. He I now 22
year of nie and lias seen much of
He arrived at Halifax two day
after the terrific exploelon a( that
lijii'e and say evertthing In a strip
a mile wide and two mile long was
blown to atom. Ho is stronar on
athletics, is an able boxer and claim
to have never been -bested H,y any
man In hi !. He ha many pho
tographs of hi boxing bouts while
on board ship.
The 'Mongolia was the first Amor
ban ship to lnk a German sub
marine during the war. say Verne.
While he liked tbe aervlce, he was
glnd to foe free after four years' Ser
vice and w'lll remain on the west
coast, it being hi Intention to spend
about three week In Grants Pas.
X KWST ItOM-FKNX KU
Hermeu W. Newatroiu and Irene
M. Fenner were milled In marriage
on .Sunday afternoon, September 14.
at 1 o'clock at the home of the
bride's parels, ;Mr. and. 'Mrs. Con
Fenner of Wonder, Oregon.
Reverend Rommell, of the Wllder
ville Methodist church performed the
ceremony, which was held in a beau
tlfully decorated room of the Fenner
home. Allen Stanley Fenner. broth
er of the bride acttd a best man
and Gladys J.oulse Harmon, of
loves Station a bridoamald. After
the t-eremony a splendid dinner was
enjoyed 1y the following invited
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. New
strom and sons. Theo. and Conrad, of
Grants Pans; .Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
Smith and family of Wlldervifle, and
Mis Iils Harmon of loves Station.
The groom Is very well known and
well ljked in this city. He served
21 month In the Fulled. States army
one yf-ar of this time beln? spent at
Nome, Alaska', and the remaining
nine moth at Vancouver. Wash..
San Francisco. Cal., and Des Moinee.,
Ia. The bride attended high school
at Grants Pans and is well known by
a: broad circle of friends of this city
and well liked by all who bear her
acquaintance. After a short honey
moon the happy young couple will
make their home In this city where
a wldo circle of friends w4h them
The Job of
nearly always give way
m before the plates do, and
'the battery has to be rein
ulated. Willard Threaded Rub
ber Iniulation protects the
plate from the very be
ginning of the battery!
life, and protect the car
owner agilnit the need of
having the battery reiniu
lated. Drop in, and" well tell
you about tome of the long,
life record! that Threaded
Rubber Iniulation has
THK HATTKHY SHOP
A. V, Haxelton, Propr
Gerard Itanks aMuell '
Gerard Hank Caldwell was born
at Lynchburg, Va., February 18,
1X27, Mid died at the home of bis
daughter, Mr. C. (. Hlgelow, Bep
tnmbor 10, II9, being at tbe lime of
hi death 92 years 6 month 23 days.
Grandpa Caldwell, a he was lov
ingly called by all who knew him,
ha been a pioneer of William
creeji valley for 60 year. All the
county and state also knew him -well.
Whon ibut a small boy his father
dim) and loft him the oldeat of a
family of eight. He crossed the
plain once whon IX year old, and
then went back to .Missouri for his
mother, younger brother and sis
ters. One of hi sister while croon
ing the plain, fell from the wagon
and later died from injuries she re
ceived. Grandpa, although at tbat
time a boy had to ta.lce the upper of
his wagon bed and make a coffin to
bury hi own iater. The rest of
tbe family came on and landed in
Polk county. Oregon, the 25th day of
December .146. Grandpa, who was
then 19 years old. took his two broth
er and went to California. On the
way they had only boiled wheat, peas
and some beef to eat.
HI fdo brothers enlisted under
Freomont and ho "went to work in a
qitl kHllver mine." In six week he
had 100 ounces of gold. 'He then
-went to San Francisco anil from
mere 10 uregon taty. He was the
first man to bring California gold
Into 'Oregon. '
In 1X54 he married Martha E.
Wallace. About five years later Jie
and his wife ajid iwo children came
to Williamsburg, which was then a
thriving mlnlni? town'. He has. re
sided In this neighborhood ' ever
'' ''' :'
When a boy of 16 ho wan convert
ed, but during tbe trial and hard
ships of the pioneer life, he drifted
away from the church, but when 60
year old. at the old William school
bouse across Jrom -where the parson
age now stands, he again" gave bis
Ufa to God and Joined tbe M. E.
chnr -h South and has been a faithful
member since that time. His was
always a home of hospitality, where
the early minister, a well as stran
gers In the community always found
He waa a' representative, to the
legislature foT two terms from Jose
He -was the father of ix children
and two step children, five of whom
survive him. They are' Mrs. C. O.
Blgelow, of Williams.- "Mrs. C. F.
Dixon, of Portland. Mr. (Ella Ever-
ton, of California. Mrs. Lizzie How
ell, of Grants Pas. 1. M. Caldwell,
South Bend, Wash. He ha 23 grand
children; 43 great' grand children,
and two great-great grandchildren.
The body of an unidentified man,
evidently between the ages of 25
and 30, was found late Saturday
evening in an abandoned cottage at
the foot of' Roberts Mountain, death
evidently having been caused by tu
berculosis. From all indications
tbe man had crawled Into the bouse
to seeV shelter from the heavy rain
or last Week and died before he
could leave. There were no uaoers
I in his clothing "by w-hlch to identify
him and nothing could be found 'by
-War Maxwell Gets
Many a Longing Look
ijASSERS-BY. upon seeing o Post -War
t Maxwell parked at the curb, often stop and
JL look it over. . ;
Th?y are struck by the "atmosphere" of the car,
its clean, polished, refined look,, its rare symmetry of
line, and the evident sincerity in its construction.
Thousands who have the rare fortune , of pos
. sessing a Post -War Maxwell have been gratified
time and again by the silent approval of the man on '
the curb. But they have, a double satisfaction;
they know they drive not only a good looking car
' but a remcrkably good actirg carj ' .
' For there have been a score or more of rather
revolutionary improvements in the Maxwell.
' , They can tell a volume about that easy castering
effect in steering which a new type front axle gives,
or that perfectly happy and secure feeling that is
experienced when the emergency brake is applied
(it's on the transmission shaft), or Jiow the car hugs
the road as a result of that masterly new rear axle.
, v When one stops to realize the great virtues of the
300,000 Maxwells that precede this, notes the new
improvements, estimates their cost, and observes
that the price is only $985 f. o. b. Detroit, he gets a
pleasant surprise but not one bit more than when
he takes his first ride behind the wheel. ,
Every thing that excels u
excel in those qualities the
smoker most desires In
grant y blended tobacco, aged
and selected a mouthpiece "
that cools the smoke a mats
paper wrapper absolutely
pure ia a word they are
The John Bollman Co. Branch
M m .Wi .nr.
which to trace the place from whleh
A New York tourist discovered!
the body. Roseburg New.
Courier Bargain Day Sept. 48.
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Courier Bargain Day Sept. IS.
. The Uqvkl Wash for Skba Diacaaa
W hmwm wltnmed soHl leilfcAf to
With tliii aor-thinc WMh of dim Uiat m o
I tliii aor-thinc WMh of oiia Dial m o
a bottle on the ruanntM that anlno SI
the torn for you, it .coat Jon not
H. Clemens, Druggist
Street, . zttt