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G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
FOR HA MC
FOR BALE Vetch, gray oats, cheat,
rye, baled hay, rolled barley, grass
seed. Ralph Waldo Hideo. Med
(ord, Ore. ' 65U
RANCH LAND FOR 8ALE-ln Del
Norte county, California. Good
buy. Mostly all under the plow.
Next year will see big Improve
ments there, now under way and
land value will greatly Increase.
For furthur Information Inquire tif
Geo. W. Howe, Agent, . Crescent
City, California. 13
80 lACItB FARM -For 'sale or rent.
Ideated I mllo from Dryden,
Orenon. Good water right, plenty
of'berrlea and fruit. IS acre un
der Irrigation. Fair buildings.
Address No. 1X03 rare Courier. 17
FOR SALKIlack team with buggy
and harness. Bound and kind,
DOfl pound. 'P. 8. Woodln, Hot
r,4o, Grant Tana, phone 600-F-3.
(40 VCRK8 three mllea from city on
upper river road for aula at a tiar
suln. $14,040; email payment,
lulum e 6 per c'nt; 10-room -plas-tered
home, old barn , 60100; &
ncrea pears; about B0 acre under
ditch survey; 10,000 corda wood
.Imber. Address H. C. Muller,
6S0 Washington street, Portland,
TO It SAIjK 1 new touring car at
bargain If taken at once. 1 Dodge
In fine ahape, new top and juit
overhauled. 1 Chevrolet In fine
condition. 114 North Sixth Bt. 8fitf
iYR8AUB"-Tlay lneTr7oad loU.
Obolce alfalfa eeed. 200 head or
; angora goat rheup. Jesse U
Richardson. Central l'olnt. Ore. 13
FOR 8AI.K Ti-room one story house,
with pantry mid closets. Cheap
for rash. Call at HI 2 Wailiingtnn
boulevard, or phone 164R. 07
X)M14,KTK MACHINKRY. for mak
ing brick und tile for sale. Will
lake brick us part payment. HU
Pines Lumber Co., Medford,
Oregon. i OS
NKWTOWN und Spllicnliorg cull ap
ples, 40c nnd 50c a box at the
ranc h, bring your bnxoa. K. Hum
merbecher. phone 006-F-23. 09
FOR 9AI.B 4iood team of mares,
weighing about 1 200, poundH, and
good sol of horni-HR. I'hone .."i l-.l.
FOR SALK Four registered short-
horn bulla. Serviceable tine.
Priced right for quick sale. C. O.
finrrott, Glendale. Ore. 10
FoTTsTii: Oil TRADIi Klne moun
tain atock ranch, good outside
range, 12 miles from railroad, 40
acre improved, good buildings,
femes, water rights, horses, cows,
plga furniture, etc. Sell cheap or
trade for small Improved farm In
valley. Address owner 1908 care
, Courier office. 07
FOR SALK Round reed baby car
riage. I'sed 7 months. Call
375-R or 660 North Second St. 07
SOONER TAXI .Phone 262-R for
Jitney Luke or Cutler. CaWr an
swered anywhere, anytime. 86tf
PALACE TAXI Phone 22-J.
A. Hyde. '
DANIEL McFARLAiND, civil engi
neer and surveyor. Residence
,. 740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y.
B. C. MACY, D. M. D. First-olass
dentistry. 109 H South Sixth
street. Grants Pass, Oregon.,
DR. R,' J. BESTUL, Veterinarian.
' Residence 838 Washington' boule
vard,' phone Sflg-R.
WANTKI) Men to work In lumber
camp or up-to-ditte sawmill.
Transportation furnished. For
particulars Inquire at Breon's
Crescent City stage office, Grants
Pass, Ore., near"S. P. R. R. depot,
and expresa office. Phone 26. 48tf
WANTKI) Position as bookkeeper.
Have held present position with
large mercantile establishment for
ten years. Wish to make change.
Excellent references. Lela Green
wood, llox 27. Del IRIo, Tet. 08
WANTKD 50 or 00 h. p. boiler In
good condition. Address No. IK 80
care Courier. ' Ollf
WANTKI) TO EXCHANGE! One
white-faced Jlerford bull, from
registered atock for one o same
stock or Durham. For Informa
tion see Mrs. J. L. Myers, 4 7
North Seventh street. 08
WANTHD TO flUV Small ranch
partly In alfalfa, with modern'
buildings.. Address No. 1890 care
WIVNTHD Two doors, half glass
preferred. Also windows and rbok
stove. Write Ardle Miller, R. F.
I). 4, Grant Paa. , 11
WANTED .Work 'by day or week.
Alice G. Myers, 80S M street. 11
WANTED A position as cook at
mining camp by married lady.
Good references. 11
MltS. W. R. SWOAP, Utiles' tailor,
drensimiker and furrlst; suits
made up to the minute In style
and workmanship; terms reason
able and satisfaction guaranteed.
30 Olive Street, phone 253. 06tf
jOST Square green-gold bexel for
ladles wrist wat:h, engraved. Re
ward for return to No. 1909 care
of Courier. 10
BSTRAY There came to my place a
1-yenr-old roan bull, crop off right
ear. Owner call at once and pay
damages. U Hosteller, Murphy,
G. L. QALBRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Loan. Plate Glass Liability 609
Q street. 84tf
HEMSTITCHING, Picotlng. Satlofat
tlon guaranteed. Write to us for
- suggestions for Christmas gifts.
The Vanity Shop, Medford, Ore
CHILDREN Sell acorns; buy thrift
stamps lc per pound paid for
acorns st 727 North Fifth St. 19
SELL TREES FOlt US First class
stock in the varieties greatly in
demand. Uberal terms with cash
advance. Write for contract to
day. SALEM Nl'RSERV COM-T-any,
1030 'chemeketa St., Sa
lem, Oregon. 20
QUONDONG Can't be, beat for
rheumatism, stomach trouble, bad
breath, catarrh of the nose, throat jc A 81pLBR Attorney.ttt.law. Ma
and stomach. Many with catarrhal r ,onlo Temple GranU paMi 0re.
deafness, hear well after, few-1 :
weeks treatment. Don't fall to
try it. If yon wlah to feel perfect.
Mfg'd by Qtiondong Chemical
Works, office 347 .K. 15th St. N
Portland, Oregon Price ner pk.
$2, about six months treatment.
.' . 06
ETLBCTRIC WIRING and general
electrical work, repairing, house
wiring. C. C. Harper, 105 South
Sixth street, phone 47
DRAYAGR AND TRANSFER ,
THE WORLD MOVES;ao do we.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phone
F. G. ISHAM, drayage and tranTfer.
Safes, , pianos and furniture
moved, -packed, shipped and stor
ed. Office phone 124-Y. . Resi
dence phone 124-R.
Aches, palm, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, eft en mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acjd troubles
brlnf quick relief and ofun ward off
dssdly disasas. Knovii n ih national
famady of Holland fr mors than 2(10
yesrs. All druggists, in Ihrs sins,
last la Iba saaaa Go 14 MaaVI mwmf has
BELGIANS REFUSE 10
Brussels, Ool. SEK.The number
of llolglitn lalxtrers out of work,
which, at the. time of the armistice
was 800.0H0 has been reduced to
200,000 while exHrts have reached
one-fourth the pre-war total, M. Jas
par, minister of econopilc affairs,
hiu told the chamber of deputies. lie
also Maid that Germany hud wanted
to send un army of German workers
to restore the destroyed regions but
that he had refused.
Send for three months
FREE- TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION
TEXAS 4)11 1UM.KTIX
Pulillh-l wrklr In too hwi of the
Tela Oil KlelU hy nixn knowing the
oil liualiienft. Vou waui reliable naws
about fiutlns oondlilona. some "In
Hi nci on Invratnienui. Write today
(or Ibr Bulletin.
Ak for an Information tou ilnilro In
wlili-b i jou ara inuiroteil. aiiouuoy
oil nrlilaoroll oouipanm. Addreaa
4ilI.ltKHT JOHNSON a vn.
10 ytmrm OH Operators and Broltara
f.01 Main t.. Fort Worth, Tex.
I.. 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
aTlxTcmi RIDGE. M. D. " PhTsiclan
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. Phones,
residence, 369; office, 182. Sixth
and H streets.
A. A. WITHAM. M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases,
624 Medical Bids., Portland, Ore.
Hours. 2 'to 5 p. m., morning and
evening by appointment.
DR. 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. BrLLlCK, M. D.. Physician
and surgeon; office Sehallhorn
block, phone 54-J; residence,
1004 Lawnridge, phone 54-L,
Grants Pass. . '
H. D. NORTON. Attorney-at-law.
Practices in all State and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
0. W. COLVIG, Attorney-at-law.
Grants Paas Banking Co. Bldg.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
E. S. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tices In all courts.' First National
0. S. BLAXCHARD, Attorney-at-law.
Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270.
Grants Paas, Oregon.
JEO. H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law,
. referee In bankruptcy, Masonlo
Temple, Grand Pass, Oregon.
JAMES T. CHINNOCK." Lawyer,
First National Bank Bldg., Grants
Pass. Oregon. ,
The California and Oregoi
Coast Railroad Company
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.'
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
, and Saturday
Leave Grants Pass 1, p. M
Arrive Waters Creek..........2 p. M.
Leave Waters Creek.. 3 P. M
Arrive Grants Pass.. 4 P. M.
For Information regarding freight
and passenger rates call, at the office
of the company, Lundhurg building,
or lelenbnns Ml.-
PASS DAILY COCKIER
W. R. C.
INCREASED TO 127
General Ixgan Woman's Relief
Corim Is very proud of Its constantly
increasing membership. At the next
meeting the new Initiations will
make a membership of 127.
At the regular meeting Saturday,
after business and Initiation, $" was
unanimously voted as a gift to Jose
phine county's quota for the "Roose
velt Memorial fund."
The Woman's Relief Corps, auxil
iary to the Grand Army of the Re
public, is the largest patriotic or
ganization In the world, with its
nearly 70,000 membership.
OREGON TO SHOW'THE
What and where is the Bartmry
Coast? To be exavt, there are two.
The original was the "Coast of the
High llarbaree" of old piratical da vs.
The other and more modern, Is the
: -i idorworld ef San Francisco. To
day It Is more of a name than any
; thing else, for cleaning up days in
i the Golden Gate City have been fre
quent and the denizens thereof have
mostly been scattered to the four
winds of heaven.
The 'Harbary Coast of San Francis
co is comparable only with the old
Five Points of Now York or White
chapel lnlndon. 'It Is, or was
though It is still there as a shadow
of its former self the resort of the
wprst element of the city. Yet some
of It was outward show, and the hor
rified shimmer sometimes saw things
that were really only there for his
ORpecla) benefit. Yet there were
tragedies in the district and It was
never a pleasant place to find one
self in after dark.
The new William S. Hart nielnre. I
;The Poppy Girl's Husband." which
will be shown at the Oregon theater
tomorrow and Thursday, Is laid part
ly In this section of San Francisco.
It is said to be one of the most dra
matic stories ever supplied the star.
POPPi GIRL S HUSBAND
the morning shave
A good oil heater filled with
Pearl Oil gives instant heat
when and where needed. No
smoke, no odor. Easy, to
carry about. Oil is consumed
only when the heat is needed
Pearl Oil is refined and re
refined by our special process
which makes it clean burn
ing. For saleJIA bulk by deal
ers everywhere, the sarne
high-quality kerosene as the
Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon
cans. There is a saving bv
buying in bulk. Order bjr,
name Pearl Oil.
We recommend Perfection OU Heaters ;
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HEAT AND LIGHT
Miss Gladys Jones was transact
ing buslnens at Grants Pass Satur
Mr. Druse sjxmt the week end at
Grants Fass, returning Sunday even
ing. A. J. Crow was visiting his ne
phew, A. I. Huasey, a few days the
The I'lckett creek ferry sank again
Sunday. They have considerable
trouble with their boat there.
Bertha and. Clarence Ford spent
the week end at their home In Ferry-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe HIU moved from
their farm to Grant Pass and soon
expect to leave for Sacramento and
other southern points for the win
Queen Every spent eevera! days'
riHiuuK irienus ui urants rass me
past week, returning home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Griffin and
daughters, Audry and Alma, spent
Sunday visiting at Grants Pass.
Dkk Every returned from Fort
land Tuesday, where be has been for
Mrs. Jefeld bas been quite ill for
several days, but was some better at
lat word received from her. .
Dick and Al Every and Oh as. Dora
.were at Grants Pass Thursday on
G. H, Griffin has began graveling
the roads south of the ferry.
Miss Audry Qrtffln, Mrs. SI. L.
Griffin and daughter, Leona, were
at Grant Pass shopping Wednesday.
The greatest depth of the ocean is
In the Pacific off Mindanao, where
the depth is 32.0S9 feet.
Vulcanizing Repair Wofk
' V FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
GOOHHICH TIRKS nnd TI RES
Gosoijne 29e Oil 20c and up
AUTO SERVICE CO. GARAGE
C. D. Fies, Special Agent Standard
IT'S A EW IttM.K THAT IlKJ
BIT HE HAXDI.KS IT MA8
Nov. 1-2, Saturday-Sjunday County
Sunday school convention.
Nov. 3, Monday Anti-Saloon' league
Nov. 11, Tuesday lArmistlre Day.
American Legion celebration.
The oldest existing bank note Is
dated 1399 B. ., and was Issued by
the Chinese government.
Tf yoo want speedy help tir the D. D. D. Paa.
SCTipUon. So cuy to apply, sot freaar or
near. It waahea tats the scalp and Ilia fcfcef
m in. tap t. Try It today ou oux anarusto.
Hie Licriiici Wczalj
M. Clemens, Druggist
Oil Co., Grants Pass
TACK LEW IX
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