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MATUlDtY, IMTOHKIt II, I ii.
(iHAYTS I'AHS DAILY COIIUEH
HV "Utl M'AIIKH"
STARTING AND LIGHTING
Krrt treatment hjr
Fur prevention of Battery ftlranesa, such a rral TKHTH ami
DImUIIimI VUt, KIIEK at yoor convenience AXV hour; and
Kr repairing, charging or renewing, without lout rf lline
In eTlnirntrtliiin out on time anil ricrm right. (Vraoultalion
iU North Hlh Hliwt
Grants Pass Service-Station
"Through Service W flrm,,
FOR SALE Vetch, gray oata, cheat.
4 ryt, baled bay, rolled barley, (rata
seed. Halph Waldo Klden. Mad
ford, Ore. 6611
HANOI I LAND KOll BALK -J n Del
Nona county, California. Good
, buy. Mostly all under tbe plow.
Next year will tee big Improve
ments there, now under wajr and
land values will greatly Increase.
For further Information Inquire of
Ceo. W. Howe. Agent, Crescent
City. California. J I
FOR BALE ' OK TRADK 4 cows
from 3 to 6 years old, giving milk.
3 work ten me. 2 ponies. 1 nearly
new 314 wagon. 6 doxen young
ehlckena and laying hens. 1 light
one-borne wagon. 1 mowing ma
chine. 1 hay rake, 1 back. Har
ness. Some good belting and put
ties and light and heavy tteel
shafting. AUo 5 an ton all In good
' shape: 1918 'Maxwell; 1917 Ford;
1917 Overland; 1914 Overland
truck: 1914 Atudebaker. Inquire
at 503 South Sixth atreet, corner
Sixth and K. or phone 324-J. 94
80 ACR FARM Tor sale or rent.
Ixxated 31 mile from iDryden,
Oregon, Good water rlgbt, plenty
4 of berrlea and fruit. 18 acrea un
der irrigation. Fair buildings.
Address No. 1803 care Courier. 17
WAITED Men to work In' lumber
camp ok up-to-date sawmill.
Transportation furnluhed. For
particulars Inquire at Breen's
Crescent City stoge office, Grants
Pass, Ore., near 3. P. It. R. depot,
und express office. Phone 26. 4titf
WANTED AT ONCE -Gentle saddle
Pvny. Shetland preferred, suitable
for little girl to ride to school.
Addreits C. K. Wlckstrom, Mur
1ST Wallet containing $45, regls
trutlon card and papers; $5 Ho
ward. No. 1790 care Courier, or
Ray Nelson. 665 Weldler street,
Portland, Oro. 95
DA N I EL McFARCXn p."ci virengf
neer and surveyor. Residence
740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
KY C. MACY. O. M. D. First-class
dentistry. 109 Vs South Sixth
street. Grants Pass, Oregon.
DR.. R. J. BESTUiL, Veterinarian.
Residence 838 Washington boule
vard, phone 398-.R.
SMALL TEAM to trade for grubbing
machine. Address Guy Wetherby,
Rd. No. 4, Grants Pass. 94
I'lAXO TI NIXd
1'J.ANO TUNINUCeo. W. CroBS, of
Med ford, will be In Graht iPuss
on the 13th, 14th and 16th, those
wishing their pianos tuned or re
paired, kindly leave orders at
Rowels Muxli: Store, phono 12C-J.
ELECTRIC WIRINO and general
electrical work, ropoirlng, bouse
wlriiii. C C. Harper, 105 South
Sixth street, phone 47.
BOONEK TAXI -Phono 262-R for
Jitney Luke or Cutler. Calls an
swered anywhere, anytime, 86!f
B. L. OALBRAITU insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan. Plata Olaas Liability. 0
O street. 84tt
HEMSTITCHING. Plcotlng. Satlsfac-
lion guuranteed. Write to us for
suggestions 46r Christmas gifts.
The Vanity 8hop, Medford, Ore
LADIES' TAIIAJRINO-'Fall and win
ter suits remodeled and 'brought
up to the minute In style and
workmanship, tiring your.Fl'RS,
plushes and velvets to be remade.
Price reasonable. Mrs. W. R.
Bwoape, phone 253, old Klorker
residence 1324 Fast A street. 09
BEB DEMONSTRATION of Brlggs
Auto Wood-Saw at Shooting Gal
lery. Will cut up your 4 foot
wood Into i lengths for 11 per
cord. ' Special prices on targe
quantities. F. O. Gamble, Agt. 01
MRS. W. R. SWOAPE Dressmaker,
ladle' tailor, furrlat. Expert al
terations on ladies' garments. Es
timates cheerfully given; prices
reasonable; satisfaction guaran
teed. Phone 253. Old Klocker
residence, East A street. 99
DRESSMAKING 'Alterations on la
dles' garments; prices reasonable,
satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. N.
K. (Howell. 4 1 1 North Sixth street,
opposite courthouse. 93
DKAYAGE AM) TRANKFKK
THE WORLD MOVES; so do "we.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phone
F. O. IiUIAM. drayage and transfer.
Safes. pianos and furniture
moved, packed, shipped and stor
ed. Office phone 124-Y. Resi
dence phone 124-R.
L. O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practice
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Office hours 9-12, 2-5, or on ap
pointment. Phones, office 62; resi
3. LOUGHR1DGE, M. D. Physician
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. Phones,
residence, 369; office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
A. A. WIT1IAM. M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases,
624 Medical Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Hours, 2 to 5 p. m morning and
evening by appointment.
DR. W. T. TOMiPKINS, . 8. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Scbmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-11
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone 304-R.
E. J. BILLICK. M. D., Physician
and, surgeon; office Schallhorn
block, phone 54-J; residence,
1004 ILawnrldge, phone 54-L,
The California and, Oregoa
Coast Railroad Company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Granta Pass 1 p. m
Arrive Waters Creok 2 p. M.
Leave Waters Creok ;t p. M
Arrive Grants Pass ;..,4 P. M
For Information regarding frelnhi
und passenger rates call at the offlcr
of the company, r.undliurv building
r' rplnnti'ino 1 J
.tuiuun M. K. Cfiiirrh '
l'rahlng by Rev. Melville T.
Wire at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
The evening sermon will be Mr.
Wire' farewell service. Sumluy
school at 10 a. m. Kpworth league
at 6:30. '
All duy Harvest Home' program.
Beginning with the Bible School at
10, with classe for all ago.
Morning service at 11. I'suul or
der of aervlt. Solo by Anna Cul
vert, "Resignation," by Caro Roma.
Recitation by Herbert Dillingham.
Anthem by the cjiolr, 'Harvest
Home." Sermon on "The Feast's of
. Y. P. IT. at 6:30 led by Tom
Duncan, Harvest program, with spe
cial songs and recitation.
Evening service at 7:30. Congre
gational song service. Duet, "With
in the Walls," by Mrs. Roat and Mr.
Warren. Duet, "Gathering the Har
vest," Misses Kerley and Taylor. Ser
mon on "God la Love."
Tbe church building will be open
all day and everybody has a cordial
Invitation to be present and enjoy
the day with us.
C. M. Cllno, v reach or.
IIHluuiy I'rrnltytriiui Church
Hundny school at 10 a. m. Clasxes
for all ages. Come on time for an
Interesting hour or Bible study.
Morning worehlp st"ll, "Forgetting
Our Resting Place." Evening wor
ship, 7:30, "The Divorce Hage In
America." At this service the pas
tor will consider the causes of the
multitude of divorces In our country
at this time, late statistics showing
tbst one marriage In nine ends In
the divorce court. Some suggestions
for a remedy wilt 'be presented,
which ought to be of vital Interest
to every American cltlten. This is
a problem that affects the nation,
the home a well as the church.
Tuesday, A.prlt 14, second "pot
luck" church supper at 6:15, fol
lowed by the class In Americaniza
tion about 7. A large number were
present last week and an Interesting
discussion was held, but there Is
room for more.
Wednesday. 2:30, regular meeting
of the Woman's Association.
"Thursday, 7:45, midweek service.
Subject. "Bearing the Infirmities of
the Weak." Rom. 15:1-7.
Heury O. Hanson, minister
Church of tlu-Ut
The subject for the morning ser
mon will be, "Short Changing the
lArd." The Bible school meets at
10. On account of being unable to
hold service last Sunday evening the
subject announced for that time will
be discussed tomorrow evening. This
will be "The Ideal Young Man."
Letters from various young ladles
stating their views concerning an
Ideal young man will be read.
"Make our home church your church
('has. R. Drake, minister.
First Church of (lirist Scientist
Christian Science services are held
every Sunday In the W. O. W. hall,
at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening
meeting at 8 o'clock. The subject
for Sunday Is, "Are Sin, Disease and
Reading room is open from 2 to
4 v- m. dally except Sundays and
holidays. The public Is cordially In
vited to attend the services and to
visit the reading room. .
St. Anne's Catholic "hurch
SundaV masses at 7:30 and 9:30
Rev. J. Q. Vlen. C. S. V.. pastor.
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-law.
Practice In all Stats and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
G. W. COiiVIG, Attorney-at-law.
Orants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
Grant Pass, Oregon.
E. S. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tices in alt courts. First National
0. S. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law.
uolden Rule Bldg. Pbone 270.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
C. A. SIDLBR, Attorney-at-law. Ma
sonic Temple. Grants Pass, Ore.
GEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law,
referee in ; bankruptcy, Masonic
Temple. Grants Pass. Oregon.
.TAMES. T. CHINNOCK. Lawyer,
r irs! National Bank Bldg., Grants
Pan". Oreaon. '
Free MrthMllst Church
Meeting at 250 West I street.
Preaching service at 7:30 on Fri
day and Saturday evenings. Sunday
service at 11 a', m. and 7:80 p. m.
A. J. Edwards, pastor.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and H p. m.
Bible school at 2 p. m. sharp. Y. H.
U at 6:30 p. m. You are cordially
J. E. Btrauttn, Ensign.
Placer location notices at Courier
XOTICK OK IU).VI .
' DISTRICT MKCTIXO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
pursuant to an order of the County
Court for Josephine County, Oregon,
mad and entered October 2. 1919.
a meeting of tbe qualified elector
wiuun Road District No. 8, will be
held at Woodman Hall at or
near Williams Post Off let
on 'Monday, November 8, 1919, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of voting upon and deter
mining whether or not a special road
tax shall be levied within said dis
trict for the purpose of grading and
graveling main thoroughfares there
in up to tout not exceeding ten mills
on tbe dollar on each dollar of tax
able property within the district, as
shall foe determined at said meeting.
C. G. GILLETTE.
County Judge for Josephine
XOTKH OK BOND ltEDK.MPTIOX
Noflce is hereby riven to owners
and holders of municipal city Im
provement .bonds that at the semi
annual Interest payment period on!
You are cordially invited to
call and .see tbe
The Three Point Cantilever
Spring Suspension of this car
introduces the most important
improvement in riding quali
ties since the introduction of
the 1st day of November, 1919, the
city of Granta Pass, Josephine coun
ty, Oregon will redeem the following
outstanding city Improvement bonds,
viz.: Bonds numbered 68, 69, 70, 71,
72, 73, 74 and 75 of Sixth street im
provement. Said bonds were issued
and dated tbeflst day of May, 1910.
Said bond will he redeemed at
th office of the elty treasurer o
the city of Grant Pas. Josephine
county, Oregon, on th lt day of
November, 1919, which 1 the time
fixed for such redemption, and the
time at which Interest shall b Uken
up and cancelled hy virtue of th
laws and acts providing for leaning
of such bonds.
Dated at Grants Pass, Oregon, thi
9th day of October, 1919.
O. P. JESTER.
,J City Treasurer.
More than 13,000 men
are building your Maxwell
IMAGINE 13,000 men devoting themselves to a
single Maxwell. Yet that is the picture which a
little journey through the eight great Maxwell
If they built but that one car in a day its cost to
you would represent a king's .ransom.'
But they are so well organized, their work so very
definite, they are so expert in the special one thing they
do, and they are aided by so many thousands of
uncanny and superhuman machines, whose accuracy
is down to 11000 of an inch, that you pay but a small
' price for a Maxwell.
A great aid to the economy of manufacture is the
use of many, many millions of dollars so that a 10-cent
piece saved on a bit of material often runs into amaz
Thus the big staft of purchasing "ex
perts for Maxwell become your purchasing
experts and the saving goes on to you in
$985 is indeed a small sum to pay for
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