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TTKHNAY, MARCH !W, KMT.
DAILY ItOOm IUVKR COITUEB '
ri 3k5i-J l.f
jfir Home Dressmaker's
IV The fcogey of setting in the sleeves.
No. I. Pin 11m slaeve In first Thai' the writ of dlMrlbutlng th gather
' vnlk Win ll 1 1 Kmi mM lit iha attlhjMln ml I ha anil In ft.,iu.M TkM
No. I. I'mi a blaa atrip for th ertnhal binding. Hew It In with the ilwvt,
trim off ilia am edge, than fold lha binding ovar (ham and (all It down oaaily.
EVERYBODY dread sewing In Iba
sleeve. II I aurb "Bulcky"
tbliix. Well, "knowing bow"
aukta all the difference. Don't aklp
at. At leal laka es much ialna
a any experienced dressmaker duaa
and yon will have aa Utile trouble at
When ran tiara gathered tlta top of
ttw aleere. ln It la at lha rnda of lha
gather lug. at lha tup ami In betweeu.
Your pattern la aura lo have notches
la iba sleeve and Ilia aruibnle it) help
.you dMrlliuie Iba gathering evenly,
making It a little fuller at Iba top tliau
at Iba able
To haste tt conveniently turn tha top
of tha iWvf out a little an that lb
UiT Wring l uu ami ilia armhula
edge U uiutrrtH iitli II. Use small bast.
Int tlti'! J'.m hiv will ha
Meaeagee They Carry Are Paoktd In
Small OaoM Quill,
lit gaucrul uotlou that all I hut baa
to be tluue la forwarding a UUpntcli by
plgewna la to rl:b the bird, lie a let
ar In lla li't' and flun 'llluitufit li la
wrong, aa the method vf attaching the
nuwuga la of great IwiHirtiun e,
Trior to the alcge of Pari lint meth
od af affixing the tucaiuige to the bird
bad not received that attention which
It demauded. and consequently luauy
dUiialebr ere lost lu transit.
At flrat tin? lUKMiuge naa merely
rolled tip tightly, nautl over to pro
tect It from the weather and then al
tachcil to a feather In the bird's (all
Hul It waa soon found tliat the twine
which kept tjp tulaalve In placa cut or
datnnged the wr. and tuercfore In
order to prevent It from bring pecked
by tlia pigeon and from U'lng lujured
by wet the illimlcli Man uwcititl lu n
aniall gooiieijtilll two Unlna hi leiigtii.
Tbo illll a an I lien pierced eloae to
each end with n ritlhot U.tllii. au aa
nut to apllt It. and lu Ilie hnlca Raxed
Ilk Ibremla were liikerlnl In alTli It to
the atrongeat lull rinlher. Ily auack
lug I he nicKHMwe tu I lila part of the
blrd'a body II lllulit una not lu any
way Inierfi'riil Hh.- Imo Ncout.
the law and use
printed Buttec Wrappers
According lo the ruling of the Oregon Dairy and Food
fommUalon all dairy butter aold or axpoacd for sale In
tbla stale must ha wrapptNl In butter paper upon which
la printed Uie words "Oregon Dairy llaller, Id (or 2)
ouncra full weight," with lha asms and addirss of the
To analilo patron of tha Courier to easily comply with
tlio ruling tills oltlca will aupply standard aise and welglit
butter Mier printed with special waterproof Ink, jind
delivered by parcels post, at the following prices)
100 Nheeta, I A or 3ll ounces $1.00
'MM Hhtols, lfl or .lit ounces 1,113
IUK) HImwIs, 1(5 or .ttil ounces , l.ja
,-.(!() Sluvls, IB or till ounce !l.4
Kxtra charge for aievlal designs. ..
Hend oiilers iby mall aeeompanletl by the pi h e a above
' and paper will lie promptly forwarded to you by panel
We nsc the best butter pnper olilslnahlc, and our work
manshlp I of tha beat. . ,
(Irani Puns, Oregon
fairly ttnuly set In; than try on. If It
doesn't hang Just tight, shift tha gatb
erliig a little, aa necessary. All about
dara ara not allka, and sometime a
second fitting la required.
Tlta blaa strip for binding iba arm
hole abould I about otia hu h wide.
Hew It In with Iba sleeve, trim the
seatn edgea off. then turn the liludlng
ovar tlii-m anj fell It dowu ueatly.
(Illimiratlon No. 2.)
In abeer lilooae you can art the
aleere In with French twain and din
lieuae with tha blndtng. The French
aeatn wm dcacrltd la the Brat leaaon.
It tueana taking the aram on the
right aide flrat, then folding it and
milling again. ao that the second
wain cnniea on the wrong aide and la
rloaea tha nil edge. You will And It
very neat flulah for thin materiala.
Hew They bava.
"You'd be aurpiiaitl lu know bow
niucb Mnry and I Iium nvitl atuea wa
got the car." aald the tlmt auburbanlta.
"Ilow'a lliHt" luiUlred hla aaton
"Well, you ace. every Sunday morn
ing we eat a light breakout and atart
out for a apln. Around unou we happen
to be near the Joneaca or the Sinltlia
and, of iiiure. wa drop In. They In
rile ua lo atay. Tbeu on ibe way lurk
wa have to aa the TVIIIlimM or the
Uenrya. and tbey auk iu tu aiiiier."
"lint you have to y them hark,
"No. Ihat'a the beat part of It Since
wa col the -nr we are never at borne "
-Kanaim I'o'y 8lr.
Old and Modern Curt me.
Palm Buuday lu cerlalu placea la
called "Klg Humlay" from tbe cuatom
of eating figs ou tlila day, a auap
dragona on Chrlalniaa eve. plum pud
ding on Cbrlatmaa day. orange and
barley augur ou Ht. Valentine' eve.
pancakea on Shrove Tureduy. aalt voU
flab on AU Woliieaday, frumenty on
"Mothering 8unday" (mid 1-euU, croa
buna on Ootid Krlduy, guum berry tart
on Wbltaunday, gooae on Mlcuaeluia
day, nuta ou Allhallow. aud ao ou.
SLEEPINESS AFTER MEALS.
II Indleataa Samathlng Wrong With tha
Olgaativa Syatam. , ,
A condition of drownlue, wblcb
may become an Irrealalllile deaire to
take a nap ahortly after eating, I
uaually a very accunile IiiUlcatlou that
toiuethlng la wrong with tha dlgeatlve
iarutu. Uaually tbla form of .Indl
geatlou 1 cbronlc lir cbaractcr, aud ap
parently tlicr la no other evldcwe tbai
It exlata, or at leant aucb evidence
would not be detected by ordinary ou
ter vHtlon. g '
lu aucb (Vr.ea the deaire to taka a nap
coma on auddenly, but tbe uup la a
very abort one. ordinarily not mora
Uiao fifteen minute. Hoiuetlniea tbe
dolre for I bene "ludlgoatlun iia.a"
come on at other rloda than tboae
Immediately following meal, but In
aurb cac Uil dcalra rome regularly
at certain (terlod of iba day. Tbe
cauae, however, la llie aunt a lu caae
where drowalnea come ou Immediate
ly after tbe weal, Iba differeuca lu time
being altnply tlio difference In the In
terval reUlred for tbe food to reach
tbe portion of tbe Intestinal tract tbat
la not working properly.
Occaalonal drowalnea following an
uuuaually hearty meal abould uot be
voiifuaed Willi tlio type of periodic dc
lire for a abort uup referred to bore,
ouch drowalnea Indicate aliuply tbat
tbo dlgeatlvo apparatus la tcniorarlly
nerworked and umy bo lu a iierfectly
beuliby condition. Tbla aort of drowal
aesa. If Indulged, uaually icrhit for
evcral hour, wberra tbe uaia cauaed
by liullgeation are alway of abort du
CAREER SEEKING WOMEN.
Hundred a Oay Flock ta
York Tempting Fata.
Due hundred womeu a duy count ca
reer necking lu New York city. Tbla Is
the Ugura furnished by Director C B.
Barua of the atata bureuu of employ
ment, lie bae hi eatlmute upon tbe
number of women lumdled dally by
the Trarelera' Aid, the number regla
tered at hotcla and tboae registered by
tbo state bureau aud other employ
One hundred women a day, 3UJUU a
year. A fraction over four every hour:
approximately tine every time tbe min
ute band crosses the fifteen minute
Mr. llama eatliuatea that a large per
centage tif cqrwr acekera c-oiue from up
slate aud lowua about New York and
New Jersey. Trobably M r ciut. he
says, come from w enter n states. The
stnulleat jiortlou of tbe uumber comes I
from the south. Souih Ntutced; more
tall Yet ulwnyn otliera come, auswer
big the cull of the mluate hand aa it
mills round and round like the linger
of Kate, beckoning.
Statistic are laiie.iuuaL Tbey say
uotblng of who the wotueu are uor why
tbey come nor wbat tbey tlnd Instead
of what they expect. Tbey don't eay
thei-e'a tragedy In a bend shake. And
a laugh round rke ctlge of Irnxcly.
SutlnUis haven't told I lie whole
story. They do uot suy that hoie.
promise, dlsaater wait a hundred time
a day for the wnmuu who comes to
New York.-Winifred Vim Iuer In
New York American.
I The Popular Side af tha Street
. Owners or renter of retail utorex
should look out for the side of the
street ou which tbe property Is located.
: Illustrative of this is the tcsttuiony of
! a real estate- expert iu a esse some time
ol-o that ground flours on the west side
1 of Broadway. New York, should lease
for (150 a front foot umiiv than similar
: proiwrty acrux tbe street. Tbe vulue
of a retail business dfjwml on the
j uumber of iaxsrrsuy, aud the difference
In tbla respect may result tu a booming
, tr;ul ou one aide of a street and only
moderate succcus on tbe otber. Ho.ue
! meu are able to acquire such a rc:mu
i tlon for their goods that the people go
to them even when tbey are Ineouven
j leutly located, but It la a good deal eaa
ler lu Jiulldlng up a trade to put your
self on the routa traversed by the
I crowds. Utile's.
Kvan Klpllna Will
I There la a new atory about Mr. Klp
! ling, for which 0. F. Monkshood 1 re
I aKnlh1e, having brought It out la bla
. book, Tho Less Familiar Kipling and
i Klpllugana.'' It apiienr thnt a friend
! asked Kipling whether he would not
write on airmen, a he had done on the
I commander and crew of submarine.
, "Perhaim, some day," replied Mr. Kip
j ling. "Oh, but you mustl" Insisted his
! friend. "Let's ace whether we ran hit
I on a good title." "Well," aald Mr.
Kipling, after a moniunt' reflect lou,
I "what do you say to 'Plane Talis From
the Sky P"
! Mlnht Have Been Worts. '
1 A WIscouhIii man suy tlmt he was
' held up to ridicule bocuuae some one
painted a bnrties on bl horse. Hut
' that' nothing to the run that would
hare been created If he'd led a set of
. harness from tbo barn and then round
that the horse within It wa only a
', imlnred one.-lliifTalo Kxpivss.
1 Vary 8ultsb)a,
"The engageineiii of the young sill'
; geoit to tho telephone girl Is umiMinlly
1 "HocaiiHe sho iunkes-a practice of cut.
ting folks ofT und he bf cutting them
up."- ll.Ullmoie Auiei'lcan.
Just Llka Him.
Culler (viewing new bnbyi-Do yon
think he In going to resomblo hi f'
ther? Motlioi--1 sliouldn't ha snrnrlsed
I rt b..... ..... ,t ..i ...... ..-.
.v m-i'i'f, v ,,f ,t infill V.TH IIU,Ti
To Build Up
After Grippe, Colds
Take a blood cleanser snd alterative
that start the liver aud stomach into
vigoiiiua action, called Dr. I'ierce'S
Golden Medical Discovery because of
ona of iU principal ingredients tb
Coklen Seal plant. It assist the body
to manufacture rich red blood which
feeds tbe heart nerve brain and
organ of the body. Tbe organ work
moothly like machinery running in
oil. You feel clean, atrong and strenu
ous Instead of tired, weak and faint.
Start to take it to-day and befort
another day ha paased, the impuritie
of tha blood will bcia to leave your
body through thceliminstive organ,
ml in lew dnv yon will know
that the tad blood is paasrog out, and
new, rich, pure blood is filling your
veins and arteries.
Oet Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Dia
covery to-day from anv medicine deal
er, in tablet or liquid fonu, or end Dr.
I'ieree, Invalids' Hotel, lliillalo, N. Y.,
ten cent for trial package of tablets.
What Our Neighbor Say.
Astoria, Oregon, 'After having had
ua grip i couiu
not regain my
blood wa poor, I
waa nervous and
also bad beu
mutism. , I tried
just could not get
Finally I decided
viio use Doctor
' Pierce' Golden
' 'Medical Disroverr
WJltnd it cured me.
amply great. I aa tlta
Pleasant Pellets' for constipation."
G. R. SPtcKa, 37 j Echnge St,
-TrlniuiliiK tln-.t drate over tl face
are a spring siuu. This rlblxm frown
ed hat for Uiiiidclis takes a net brim
with una coiuvtlUu- ink rose nestliii
on the left side.
LIKE AN AIRSHIP.
Over a tight fitting crown of white
at in I built this butterfly, airship.
Normandy e,j affair of headgear, gold
metal lace being tbe material. Th
drop of lace over th eyes add an orl
ental touch. .
,.-'". ! 't f
NOW PAISLEY VEILS.
The newest Ihlug lu veils Is I'lilsley
sluulo. I lie ileslgti lo liit worn next the
1'iico mid liulr and not ecesniii'll.v orci
the hat. This natty straw turban, ao
soldierly, really sliouldn't b covered
even with telling.
I think it ia
I J, J
av. v MtMtetawvM
f kil'' V v'.'' MT
S'lltlCTLY FANCY SEEDS -Alfalfa,
Red Clover, Tlmothq, Scarified
Sweet Clover, Rye Grass, ate,
Ralph Waldo Elden, Centra) Point,
FOR BALE b-rooia bouae plastered,
with bath and toilet, 711 I atreet,
two lot 40x100 each, bam and
outbuilding; or will exchange for
small house. Add res No. 2(1, cara
FORAUS l-h. p. motor, I-inch
pump, threa tranaformer, 1(5 feat
(-Inch galvanised pipe, IS fact 4
ineh pipe, ona wttch, ona belt.
Inquire O. P. Jeeter, at OranU
Paa Banking Oo. ISItf
BARGAINS la Petal D ma Inenbators
that, have bean used and thro
ougbly tested, lit egg. 111.00;
1U egg. fll.OO; t4 egg. $21.00.
Every machine guaranteed. Cramer
A TWO CYLINDER , Maxwell run
about in good condition for aale
cheap at 2125.00. Just the car
to use la canvassing. Inquire at
Cramer Bro. ,, ' 00
FOR BALE Baby ehicka 10 cents
each; alio egg for hatching.
brown and white leghorn and ban-
tie. Mrs. F. O. Wilcox, 407
Rogue River avenue or telephone
'823-R. - ' 28
a.mjel CAKES supplied in any
quantity on short notice, 50c each.
Phone 190-J. . 2tf
REGISTERED roan Durham bull for
ale. R. F. Gorham, Rd. No. 2,
OranU Paa. 14
FOR SALE Pure bred Duroc Jersey
gilts and Pig. Also S h. p. gas
oline engine; 3 inch centrifugal
pump. Phone 13S-J. 07
FOR SALE Beet bargain in real
tate In valley. 48 acre valley
, land, soil river silt,' partly clear
ed, Improvements, under Irrigation
system. For price and ' terms,
Phone 135-J. ' 07
FOR8ALE CHEAP Good bay horse,
sound, weight 1300 Ins., 7 years
old. Inquire Ell Meals,. R. F, D
2, Grants Paaa. 07
FOR SALE One 3V Peter Shuttler
wagon, nearly new, with good
wagon bed for 1100.00; one 1
horse wagon, In excellent condl
tlon, with heavy single harness
for175.00 Granta Pass Hdw. Co
AMALGAMATION PLATE. 1x4 feet.
$j.00. See It at Raymond's Second
Hand store, 319 G street. 06
WIXOXA BERKSHIRES Two show
gilts Rockwood Belle, 1 4th, aired
by Rival's Champion Best; and
Winona Lee Laurel 3rd, a daughter
of Laurel Champion ont of Miss L
2nd, for sale. Both are bred to
Artful Leader, a show son of Grand
Leader, 2nd, grand champion boar,
P. P. I. E. Winona Ranch, Route
1, A-Box 10, Grants Pass. Oregon.
F. R. Steel... uatf
SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE and
sleeping tent for rent. Telephone
233-R. ' . 06
FOR RENT 'Eight acre young
pears, four acre apple orchard
and three acres river loam land,
with or without six-room houae
with bath. Tenth and M street.
Phone 632. J. R. Harvey. 08
DR. R. J. BESTUL, Veterinarian.
Office In Wlnetrout Implement
Bldg. Phone 11S-J Residence
DRESSMAKING Suits and gowna.
Will aew by the day, or take
home. AJso have agency for Spen
cer coraets and supporters. 417 E
atreet. Phone 212-J. Mr. Cath
erine M. LaTrell. 08
SHOE REPAIRING (IS K atreet,
near Josephine hotel, good work
and prices right. ' Dad Richard.
TAXI SERVICE Dean ft Berrle,
headquarters at Rose's con
fectionery; two, machines; call
answered until 11 p. m. Phone
160; night phone 227-J. 09
K. R. CROUCH-Aaaiyer, chemist,
metallurgist. Roomu 801-208 Pad
dock Building, Grants Pass.
An evrg ling of cfocheted cotton ts
nspful to boll tho eggs In, eaves ill 111
culty lu getting them out of the witter
and alMti mivcs breakage, '
. O. CLEMENT, U. D-Praetlea
limited to disease of tbe eye, ear,
nose and throat Olaaaea itteeV
Office hour f-12, 2-1, or on ap
pointment. Offlea phone, II; rse
denee phone 2S-J. ' '
. LOUOHRIDGE, M. D., PbyaloUn
d1 enrgeoa. Cjty or coantry ealln
attended day or night Residence
phone 2; oflJoe phone lit.
Sixth and H. Toffs BnUding. "
. P. TRUAX, at. D., Phyalelan and
aargaoa. Phonae: Offlea 121; net
dance 324. , Call answered at nO
hour. Country call attended to.
Lund burg Building.
BR. ED. BY WATER- Specialist on
disease of tha eye, ear, noee an
throat;, glmae tttted. Offle how:
t to 12 a. m., 2 to i p. m. Parana
Residence 234-J; offlea 287
Schmidt Bldg. Granta Paaa, Ore.
A. A. WITHAlf . M. D.. Physician tad
urgeon. Offlea: Hall Bldg., comer
81xtb and I atreet. Phonae: Offlea
116; residence 288-J. Honrs: f a.
m. to 4 p. m. '
B. C. HACY, D. M. D. Flrst-claea
dentistry. 108H South Sixth;
atreet, Granta Paaa, Oregon. '
H. , D. NORTON, Attorney-air law
Practice In nil State and Federal
Courts. Flrat National Bank Bldg.
COLVIG ft WILLIAMS Attoraeya-at-Law
Grant Paaa Banking Co.
Bldg. Oraata Pass, Ore.
E. S. VAN DYKB, Attorney. Fraotioe
In all eoarts. First National Bank
EDWARD H. RICHARD, Attorney-at-Law.
Office Masonic Temple
Granta Paaa, Ore.
W. T. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law.
County attorney tor Josephine
County. Office: -Schallhorn Bldg.
O. 8. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-Law
: Grants Paa Banking Co. Bide
, Phone 270. Granta Paaa, Ore.
V. A. CLEMENTS Attorney-at-Law
Practice In state and federal
court. Rooms 2, and 2, over
: Golden Rale atore. -'
BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD. At
torneys, Albert block, phone 236-J.
Practice In all courts; land board
DECORATORS AND PAINTERS
PAPERHANGING. graining, 'palnt-
1 .V- . t -A 1 ' .
log. ror uio oeaw vara at ivm
prices, phone 295-J. C. 0. Plant,
.South Park street
J. S. MACMCRRAY. teacher of voloa
- culture and alnging. Lessons given
at home of pupil If requested. Ad
dress 716 Lee atreet 861U
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. AM
; kinds of drayage and transfer
work carefully and promptly done,
Phoce 132-R. .Stand at - freight
depot A. Shade, Prop. - v :
F. G. 'SHAM, drayage and transfer. i
Sate, piano and furnltnre moved,
packed, shipped and stored. Phone
Clark ft Holman, No. 60.' Resi
dence phone 124-h. '
THE WORLD MOVES; o do we.
Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phone
THE JOSEPHINE COUNTY AB
STRACT company makea reliable
abstracts at reasonable rates. In
vestigate our work and prices, It
may aave you money. Twelve years
In business. Masonlo Building. 28
HOW ABOUT that title? An abstract
from Grants Pass Abstract Co. will
' answer the question. Better he
sur.e before Investing. Offices Al
bert Bldg. Opposite Postofflce. 08
1 . I
Envelopes at the Courier.
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company v
; - Effective December 6, 1916 , t
' Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturday '
Train 1 lv. Grants Pas . 10.00 a. m.'
Train 2 lv. Waters Creek 1.00 p. ra.
All trains leave Granta Pass front
the corner of II and Elihth ".treats.
opposite the Southern Paclflo depot.
For all Information regarding
freight and passenger service call at
the office of the company, Publlo Ser
vice building, or phone 131 for