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GRANTS PASS DAILY COIRIER'
ANGEL. CAKES 76 mdU each; or
. dr by pbon. No. 190-J. 2tf
00-ACRB STOCK RANCH tor !!
about 135 acre lo cultivation;
, considerable Irrigation; 2 milM
from R. R. tUtloo; Vk mil
from" two school; bait cash, bal
ance low Interest Addr No.
Ml car Oourlor. Mtf
TOR BALM Vetch, gry ot, chat,
ry, baled hay, rolled barter, pm
teed. Ralph Waldo Elden. Med
ford, Ore. SOtf
FOR SAJjK 1 Bmall Saw mill, eom
pleto, with 1 b. p. Russell Stem
tractor, 91200. 81b conveyor
for $125. lire box, boilers and
engines very cheep. 'Write ui for
your requirement on pipe. ORE
inti MACHINERY CO., Eugene,
FOR 8AL1 I'ellte prune 2c per lb.
Sliver vruuoe 2e pr lb. Pick
them yourself. Ro 8, Rt. 1. two
mile from town on Morlln road.74
irwiiroiiD Bi'Ui -tor . Mie; n
' . montb old, weighs 800 pounds.
Inquire J. S. Bumgardner, Waters
Creek. , . 7
XR SAIifD OR. TRAOB for atock. or
property, one Maswell tuuriflg car
' In good hap. ell equipped
with light, starter, peedometer
and lot Mght: aleo one' Hudson
tripled car In good ahape. Bee
Roy Hlgglns, 421 Weat L St. 74
FO'R .6A1 JO OR EXCHANGE Milch
cowa. borate, Harnesses. - Bad
dies. Buggle. Hack. A1m one
young pure bred Poland China boar
weighing 100 lb. OToy Higgle.
Inquire Red Front Bam or 421
Weet I. itreet. 74
R HI ..INQ t' IS H M KNT FOR SALE
or trad for stock or property
140 acre in Illinois valley. Home.
20 acre cleaned, 4 acre under
fence and plowed, small . creek,
water year around, dam and water
on 4 acres, 500,000 foot of sa-w
timber, 4 mile from town, auto
road to place. Beet out range In
county. ' Inquire IP. Graven, Red
Front Barn. 74
tXJll BALE Foster piano In excel
i lent condition. Cheap Jf". aold at
on op. Bond acceptod. Fbone
BARTLETT PBARS for sale at fl
per 100 lbs. at the Blancbard
farm, Frultdale. Will Williams,
phone G03-F-5. 7
FXR SAIJ3 One exceptionally good
Duroe bour from Imported stock.
Ste L. M. Nichols. R. F. P. 2. 77
FOR SALE 4'lace your orders now
for Delicious apploa. Will Scovllle.
WANTED Men to work In lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
Transportation furnished. For
particulars Inquire at Breon's
Crescent City stage office. Grants
Pass, Ore., near S. P. R. R. depot,
and express office. Phone 20. 4Ptf
MEN WANTEtt-rFaller per day, $5;
buckers, $4.76: limbers, $4.50;
swampers, $4.50; truck teamsters,
$4.75; yarding teamster, $5; roud
men, $4.50; top loaders, $5; board
$1 per day. John H. Williams,
706 B stjeot. " 74
MEN WANTFjD at Golden Drift dam.
Apply Daniol McKarland. 740
North Tenth street, phone 211-Y
after 6 p. m. ' 75
WANTED TO BUY About ten acre
good bottom land, free from rock
or coarse gravel, -within half-mile
of Grants Pass. Want place level
enough for Irrigation, practically
all unde'r plow, and with . fair
house, building and fence. Imme
diate possession. Address No.
1682 care Courier. " 75
WANTED O ood milk cow. Phone
Peter Oleson, OOO-iR-2. .78 j
" WANTED A Collie pup or a well
broke sheep , dog. WlnetroiK
WANTED A. school teacher tor dis
trict No. 13, Williams, Josephine
WANTED More men to work In
sawmill and lumber yard. Edger
ton & Adams Lumber Co. 72tt
KEYS FOUND- Get them
Courier office. ,
CH'IL M.VGINKEll ,
jjANikL MeFARLA N D, cl vll . en gi
neer and " surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, plione 21 1 -Y., '
0. L. 0 ALB RAITII Insurance, any
kind. Rental. Building and
Loan. Plato Olaa Liability. 601
0 tret. 4tf
HEMSTITCH INO, Mooting. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Writ to us for
suggestion lot Chrlatma glfu.
The . Vanity Shop, Medford, Ore
Ml KIOAL INSTRUCTION
J. srMacMURRA Y Tacbr of sing
ing. Writ or apply 'at 716 Lee
ELECTRIC WIRINO and general
electrical work, repairing, bouse
wiring. C. C. Harper, 105 South
, Blxth street, phone 47.
USE TUB WHITE LINE TAXI FOR
prompt serrte. City and eountry
trip. Safety first Call OranU
Pas Hotel, phon .. Residence
phone S48-Y. W. 0. White. 760
TAXI Phone- Rose Confectionery,
No. 160, for taxi. Hurry call at
any time. C. E. Ollkson. 3&tt
P1ION1S 163-R for Jitney Luke or
Cutler. - Headquarter changed to
PALACB TAXIDay or night serv
ice with Maxwell car. Phon 22-J.
Fenner & Newstrom. 84
E. C. 'MACY, D. M. D. Flrst-clsss
dentistry. 101 V ,8outh Sixth
street, OranU Pass, Oregon.
L. O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practice
limited to disease of the eye, ear,
ose and throat. Classes fitted.
Off! hour 1-12. 2-1, or on ap
polntmsot. Phone, office 62; " resi
S. LOUOHRIDGE. M. D. Physlolan
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or nigbt. Phone
- residence, 369; office. 182. Sixth
and H street.
A. A. WITH AM. . M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous disease,
624 .Medical Bldg.. Portland. Ore.
Hours, 2 to 6 p. m., morning and
venlng by appointment.'
DIR. W. T. TOMPKINS, S. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-12
a, m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R.
E. J. BILLICK. M. D., Physician
and urtreon; office Schsllhorn
block, . phone 54-J; residence,
1004 Iwnrldne, phone 54-U
VKTKIUN'AHY SI UGtXtS
DR. R. J. BEOTUL. Veterinarian
Residence 838 Washington boule
vard, phone 398-R.
DRAYAGE AND TRAXSFKIt
THE WORLD MOVES; -so 'do we,
Bunch tiros. Transfer Co. Phone
F. G. ISI1AM, drayage and transfer.
Safes, pianos and ' furniture
moved, packed, shipped and stor
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Resi.
donAe phone 124-R. -
H. D. NORTON. Attorner-at-law
Practlcos in all State and Federal
Court. First National Bank Bldg.
O. W. COLVIO, Attorney-at-law.
I . Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
1 ' O rants Pass, Oregon.
E. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tices In all courts. First National
Bank Bldg. .
O, S. (BLANCH ARD, Attorney-at-law
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270
Grants Pass, Oregon.
C. A. SIDLER, Attorney-at-law. Ma
sonlo Temple, Grant Pasa, Ore.
JEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law,
referee In bankruptcy, Masonic
; Temple, Grants Pass, Oregon.
JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Law'yer,
First National Bank Bldg., Grants
Fass, Oregon.- , , .
' $1.15 for 500 Sheets Bond
En tiro lot of $1 bond paper sold;
60 reams of heavier bond at $1.15
for'500. sheet, letter size, at Courier
office. Bond paper advanced 2(r per
pound August 1, but we made no
advance., This lot will last only a
short time, tlien no more to be had
Due to be tremendous popular
ity of the "Heart of Humanity," the
management of the Oregon theuter
has anticipated "standing room. on
ly" and 4ia made arrangements to
hold an overflow show at the Star
theater. If the .picture doe not
break the capacity records in Grants
Pass it -will be the first time ince
The keynote Is love overcoming
everything, love triumphant, love
mllllant, love maternal, love fra-,
ternal, sweetheart love, husbafcd
and wife love lovo which through
the awakening agency of the war
ha blotted out and destroyed for
ever all that was evil and rotten In
the world. 4last4 It out of existence
a the lightning btasi the oak in
the eirean of storm.
!xve is universal, and for that
reason "Tho Heart of Humanity" has
an undeniable appeal to everyone.
There Is the love of the mother for
her five soldier sons. There I the
love of the mother for ber babe. We
eee the love of the sweetheart. We
witness the love of the wife for her
husband who ha answered the colt;
the love of the man for the wife left
behind. But greater than all is the
love that prompts men to leave home
and loved ones, that prompt women
to leave their own children In order
lo help the suffering tbe great love
which beats In the Heart of Human
TWO MF.MIHIS OITIZKNS
KI11KD IX Jil'N FIGHT
Memphis. Tenn., Sept. 19. O. W.
Webster, deputy United States mar
shal, and William Smtddy. former
city detective, were killed here to
day and a' negro bystander, wounded
In an exchange of shots in a down
1JKI T. WHITTLIvSLEY KTHO.VO
FOR Ml UTAH Y TRAINING
Captain Kletser. of Yoncolla. who
Is In tbe city, has received a letter
from Lieut, Col. Charlea Whittlesey,
famom commander of the lost bat
talion of the Argonne forest, asking
Mr. Kletzer to do all in his power
to promote universal military train
ing and to support the national ser
vice a.-t presented to congress by
Sonator Chamberlain and Represen
tative Kohn. . Rosebnrg Review.
The Job of
Ordinary - insulation
nearly always give way
before the plates do, and
the buttery has to be rein-,
Willard Threaded Rub-
bcr Insulation protects the
plates from the very be
ginning of the battery's
life, and protects the car
owner against the need of
having the battery reinsu
luted. Drop in, and well tell
you about some of the long,
life records that Threaded
Rubber Insulation ba
.THE BATTERY J?HOP
,. A. V. Hazelton, Propr
The California and Oregon
uoasi jxauroaa company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918s.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Grant Pass ...I P. M
Arrive Waters Creek... -.,..,.2 P. M.
Leave Waters Creek 3 P. M
Arrive Grant Pass..;...;. ...4 p M.
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call at tbe office
or. tbe company, Lundburg building,
or telephone lit.
SUFFERS FROM A FALL
Charles Yoncer, a: young man who
live In the Cow Creek canyon, 15
miles .from Glendale, is suffering
with a severe case of concussion of
the brain, having been knocked un
conscious Sunday morning when he
toll, supposedly In a faint, snd
struck his head on a door sill at his
Yoncer had felt a well as usual
on Friday, but Batiirday had com
plained of not being well and bid
not worked. Sunday morning he
had started to enter his home after
being In the yard, and apparently
fainted In the doorway, striking bis
head on. the sill. After all efforts
of his family to restore blm to con
sciousness failed, Dr. Knott of Glen
dale was summoned and Dr. Lough
rldge was called to consult with him
later In the morning.
When r. Lougforidge left the
young man Sunday afternoon be was
still unconscious and on Wednesday
when the doctor again, heard from
him, he was but little Improved, bar
ing 1)0 conscious for only periods of
a few minutes at Intervals since Sun
EMERSON To' Mr. and Mr. E. H.
Emerson, of Rogue River, Thurs.
day, September 18, a daughter.
PEACE TREAn HITS ROCKS
Continued from Page One.i
4. Free passage for the allies
S. Ceneral amnesty for political
8. Resumption of commercial re
lations bftween Russia and the al
7. Immediate .Russian demolilll
ration. After the reading of these clauses
by the speaker. Premier Clemean-
ceau reiterated. "Neither Mr. Lloyd
George nor Mr. "Wilson at any time
spoke to me about such terms."
KXtil X KKHI NO RO ltl
. KKFTXTS ASSOCI.ITIOX
Organization of the Stato Board of
Engineering Examiners hns estab
lished headquarters In the Corbett
building, where the necessary' regis
tration of all professional eneineers
In Oreson and all who expect to
practice engineering after January
1. 1920; may be made. .
I'nder provisions of the state law,
It will b? ne-essary for all civil, me
chanical iloctrlcal, mining, chemical
and all branches of professional en
gineering, to register. Applications
may be made at the examining board
for eximlnntion by these' engineers
who have not the required six years
of actual practical experience.
OREGON STATE FAIR
Salem, September 22-27 Splen
did agricultural, livestock, and in
dustrial exhibits, high class amuse
ments, as superb racing card, biager
and getter than ever.
A. H. LEA.
Secretary, .Salem, Oregon
FRED C. THOMSON
t n sllsrn N ms na rwr I in
Chaplain Fred C. Thomson of Los
Angeles, Cal., who sailed with the 50
athletes picked from the United States
army to represent America In the inter-allied
games at Pershing stadium,
Jolrwllle, France. Chaplain Thomson
wss formerly at - Occidental coteg
nd his athletie specialties are the pole
vault and shot put
We now excel where we
u se to imitate
Said the lady as she finished
her first green turtle soup , ;
"It's almost as good as mock. "
From imitation of Kastern made goods, Oregon
manufacturers have advanced until they now sur
pass their models.
BUY HOME PRODUCTS. Not only because it
is a good thing for the state and for you to keep
Oregon money at home but
Because they are Superior
Associated Industries of Oregon
See the big Nobs
The 'Nobby is a big rough
husky fellow. The tire they are
-.all talking about.
A great road gripper a sure
enough non-skidder and non
slipper. Makes easier riding and easier
driving. More safety, more com
fort more mileage. v
Nobby is a United States Tire,
which means none better. Just
right for our roads.
United States "Tires
arc Good Tires
VI I . ' S:Mti&7 tzzWZf '. I
Wc know United States Tires are GOOD tires That's why
we sell them
; JKWELL HARDWARE CO.
GOLD BIIX' IMPLEMENT & HDWK. CO..C14 Hill. Oreson