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WKlltf ICHDAY, SKIT, 10, 1BIT.
DAILY ROSCE ftlYER O0VBES
Walt HottM Oroeery.
0 nut u Paaa Roach dais Ce,
Josephine Orseery Oo
Basket Cash Oroaarjr.
A Mysttry of Pans. '
Gno liuinlrwl il'iiuuiiil dollars was
offered In IMU fr the n-wvery of an
American wiiiMilliuy, Webster Couk-
ling, who piytirinun1y )limiix-ard In
ParlM. The buy. ftrivM '' lt wu
on bin way ( tln K. l.uxms ruUway
lalloii In I'mU In mmii wlib mie
of III l'linusli'in. TU:! innxtcr loat
sight of ilia Uiy fur an Instant and.
turning round, found Unit lie bad din
spK'rl as tliouvti ) earth but
wslluwt-0 him. CoiiklliiK mother, a
wealthy wlilow, Ih-kuii Ii.v offui'lug
00 for III rmivrry anil thru luciwnitcd
tli reward t SI.UHI. Tlio nnuiuy
waa iU Hiilitl at Munri C H luiult In tka
Hue Hvrll. Inil never found it clului
ant. 5 i -
1 4J IXllftAfjawZ
rftllauNB hatha riLU.fcf
S010 BY DRUGGISTS EtmHCRC
: get SP t 'I' "
Most enjoyable youte. Beauti
ful 'mountain scenery. Liberal
stopovers. See San Francisco,
Loa Angeles, Apache Trail, JE1
' . Paso, New 1 Orleans. ; ' Some
thing new and delightful every
hour. . .
Three daily trains from Port-
land connecting at San Fran
cisco for the" South and East.
' . First and second class sleep-
- ing- cars. Unexcelled" Dining'
, - The Safety Route.'
.Auk your local agnt for tickets and booklets descriptive of this
wondorful trip .
John M. Scott, General Passnnger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
CbQilrea know that SNOW
FLAKES are good to eat and good
for thiom, toot
Mud of the purest and feet' ma
terials In our big daylight factory.
pacific tOABT BISCUIT CO.
J. Partes. w(. ,
P. A- Schallhora.
Kinney ft Trsaa.
L Hobart Germany
i , A rUmse-ksbl Dsv!opmnt
j "My husband la better to ma apjr
i than ha waa even before we were mer-
"How remarkable! tiara t be years
j changed him soT
i "No; I hare c ban trod bun. H la
i actually afraid to be iberwlse."-Bi-
change. . - ..
'Darling, I could be satisfied In
hut with you."
"I believe you would. Tbat'a the
reaeon I'm going to marry Charles,
Be won't "-Kansas City 8tar. j
The Qeed Time Coming.
"The electric grlddlo makca toaat In
stantly; the fl relet cooker" -
"I know., A, few more Inventions
and we can get along without rooka."
Plttaburgb Poet -n '
e Be Cheerful.
"It paya to be cheerful"
"Tou bet. As long h ynu look as If
you had money your creditors will
bare confluence Yn yon "-Boston Tran
arrlt . .
LAST DOG TAX
Salem, Kopt. 11. The supreme
court today held the dog license law
passed iiy the last legislature un
constitutional because It was a
criminal law appllcapable only to a
part of the state. The law provided
a tax In certain counties of the atate
and made tha constable responsible
for the collection of the taxes'.
The above dispatch refers to the
Jones Dog Tax law when caused
quite a 'bit of merriment In the last
session. It wss Intended as a pro
tective measure against cur dogs
which bad poven a menace to the
sheep Industry In certain sections of
tha state. At the request of repre
sentatives of some of the counties.
Josephine and Jackson Included,
those counties were exempted from
the operation of the law inasmuch
as the sheep there did not need Its
3 DRY F
Duluth. Mnn, Sept. II. St. Louis
county Monday swung Into the dry
column by a majority of more than
3,000 votes In the option election.
As a result, the county will become
dry In March, 1918. Duluth gave
the drys 701 majority as agslnst
1,378 at the last municipal election
when the option question was voted
upon locally. .
FEDERAL GRANT LAND
AGENT AT PORTLAND
Washington. Sept. 12. 3. W. WII
Hams, recently named special assis
tant attorney general In connection
with Oregon A California land grant
matters, . loaves tomorrow, arriving
at Portland Tuesday morning, where
he will have hla headquarters while
arranging for suits against the rail
road for final adjusting of accounts
with the government.'! He desires.
also, to be In touch with tha sltua
tlon when payment of taxes Is made
and other arrangements preliminary
to settlement are carried out.
Portland, Sept'. 1 2.-A canvas has
shown that there are a number, of
former sea-faring men residing In
the rural communities of the north'
,west,' and to these men,; providing
tney nave tne qualifications ana me
desire to return to sea, the govern
ment Is offering, exceptional oppor
tunities to become officers In the
new merchant ' marine, which,' ac
cording to tha latest predictions, will
soon be supreme In the world's com
merce,, " The government wants men who
have had two yeara' experience on
the deck of ocean or coastwise' ves
sels or as masters or pilots of lake,
bay or sound steamers. Rather than
take men now engaged In the mer
chant marine, those placet would
eventually have to be filled, men
who have had sea experience and
not now engaged are principally
wanted, as, In this way, men best
suited ran be secured and can be
trained "In ' the, ' quickest 'possible
time. The demand for new officers
Is enormous and the pay will be un
usually good 'with war bonuses.
To secure new officers without de
lay, the government Is maintaining
two free nautical schools in Oregon;
"one at Portland and the other at As
toria. Each student Is given a
cpurse lusting from four to six
weeks and then Is assigned to duty
on a ship for six months' praotlml
training with pay. At the end of
this period he receives his license.
Men Interested should communU
rate with Captain K. S. Edwards, In
spector of hulls, Portland, who has
charge of exam I hat Ion of applicants.
Another Mystery Explalntd.
Mr, Lynrli und ln Mend were 1l
cunning family minuu ami tlielr hlu
"How tllit jour iinnir m'lnliniteT"
hkI.ikI tin' fi'loinl. .
"Oh, pmlutlily" one tif my HiKintom
wiihiiI' I ln M'"Niii4 tilml ill"' you I"'"'
Hlinul hii ui;in. SuiiH'iiiily nine ti 1 its
an 'yiicir Aiul ho luiik an "-Cutis-linn
A Grants Pass ClUsea Telia of HI
Tou have a right to doubt state
ments of people living far away, bat
can you doubt Grants Pass endorse
D. O. Toole, S21 Bridge St.,
says: "I am subject to oaca
ach at Umea which makea U oara
for ma to atralrhten ont when I gat
down to do anything. Whenerer I
have this trouble. I take Doan's Kid
ney Pills and tbey always fix ma np
In fine shape. Doan's Kidney Pills
are ail that la claimed of thm and
I never hesitate to recommend them
to others whenerer I bear tnem com
plaining of pains In the back."
Price 0c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney pina the same inai
Mr. Toole had. Poster-MtiDnrn t
Props., Buffalo, N. T.
ARMY DRAFT 11 .
' TAKE BUTTE LEADER
"Butte, Mont., Sept. 12. Conscrip
tion today threatens to take from
the unions here one of tbelr best
He Is William F. Dunn, business
agent of the iButte local of the In
ternatlonal Brotherhood of Electri
cal Workers, former chairman ' of
the general strike committee and
leader In every unionist move.
Dunn will probably be caught in
the next draft call. However, he
will probably not claim exemption,
although he la married. .
Mining companies are said to be
much pleased wtb the prospect of
getting Dunn out of the district He
Is considered one of the strongest
union leaders In the dstrlct
A few Grants Pass pennanta at 20e
each., 8 for BOc Put one on your
ear. ' ' MM
A medicine which hat
given taitsfactkMi to its
user lor over 40 yean,'
at Cardui has, must be a
good medicine. If you
suffer from female
troubles, and need a reli
able, strengthening tonic,
ol real medicinal value,
as proven by the experi
ence ol thousands of
i TT.3 V.Cu.-3'$ Tcnls
PUt Vx J aVaeVMa VI a
Covins, Calil., in writing
; ol her . experience with -.
Cardui, says: "l took a,
it cured my headaches.
I have taken It since mar-..
, riage, and received much
' help from it. Cardui is
"the- beat medicine I ever
took UK It was the only
medicine . . . that helped
t AO Drtggista w
" " . WANTED " ' ,;l '
WANfBD 10.00"? customers " ' to
rlda dally la Jitney Luke's taxi
at 1 cents each.' Inquire at The
Spa confectionery, , or " phone
!62-R. Country trips a apeclal-
Ity. ' tf
COMPETENT lady wishes work In
hotel or bachelor or widower's
home. Will stay at horns nights.
Address No. 1668, cars Courier.
WANTEDBOy 16 to IS to work on
farm by the month, most' be able
to milk. ' Phone 612-F-28. Ed.
U Schmidt. 64
WANTED Cook for Mining camp.
Man and wife preferred. Man to
work In mine, State age and ex
perience. Austin Wilson, Murphy,
Oregon.. . 64
SoUTeN WANTED for road work at
Yieka, Siskiyou count)', Cat. Ad
dress Albert Anderson, Yreka.
Snll-A. ' ' -B8
A FEW good mou wanted for saw
mill work at Wlldorvllle. Inquire
O, II. Carner, Phono 273-J. 57
WANTE Three experienced truck
drivers, good wagos.Vsteady Job.
Inquire at .Colllua" Auto Co. 11$
, H street.- . : ' . . RT
W WW w
ANOEIi eakaw 0e; order by phono,
No. 110.. I7U
O. A C. GRANT LANDS Blue print
Plata showing lands la Josephine
county, f 1.(0. Address A. K.
Voorhlas, Otmis Pass ' U
TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Magic
Motor Oas.'l quart equals (0 gal
lons gasoline. Guaranteed by
Auto Remedy Co., Cincinnati, O.,
and Magic Sales Co.," Minneapolis
Beware of Imitations. Inquire
Chaa. Mee, Applegats, Ore , and
M. Clemens, Druggist, Grants
Pass. ' it
FOR BALE-Peaohes, plums ' and
apples. Phono 60(-F-2f. , 64
FOR SAMS A Bargain. ' Black
horse coming 4 years old, weight,
1,100. Bay horse 8 years Old
weight, 1,100. Well broke single
or double. Nearly new 1 warf
on. Good set of heavy harness.
Good set of single harness. ' $33
worth of new 16or. canvas. Price
8180 for all or will sell any part
Inquire Myers Barber shop, 809
0 street , 17
FOR SALE Rips Crawford peaches
at le per pound, fresh from trees.
or pick them yourself at three-quar-
: ters cents per pound. Geo. Ham
ilton. East of sugar factory. S4
run sale 114 live mssenger
Studebaker, just overhauled. Elec
tric starter and lights. Good con
dition, H00. Inquire Ford Gar-
FOR SALE Five passenger Bulck
' automobile, good condition, f 275.
Inquire Ford Oarage. vv 64
FOR SALE Oak dining table and
chairs, rocker, library ' table,
kitchen cabinet, dresser, carpet
sweeper, baby buggy and house
hold goods at repair shop No. 401
North Sixth street Phone 2S2-R.
CRAWFORD peaches for sale, three
boxes for $1.00 Phone S10-F-84.
GOOD canning peaches, le per
pound until Thursday night, at
Cedar . cabin. Tokay Heights.
Bring your boxes. 54
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four room
house, one large lot valued at
$500. Coos Bay. plenty work, leas
j than mile to Smith mills and new
' ship yards. Will trade as, , part
payment on 25 to 40 acres near
Rogue River or Gold Hill. 'Must
be few fruit trees and at least 20
acres of tillable land, and water
for 5 acres or better! 'Not' more
than one and one-half milea to
, school. Will . assume, mortgage
for ' few., hundred vdoBara at low
Interest. R. 1. Box 88, J. C. Blel
man, Marshfleld, Ore. 55
FOR RENT t-room house and Has
: . garden apot on 'river bonk,5 t 4
blocksffo'm Sixth 'street, at $t
- per month. Inquire at Chss. Mor
rlson's grocery, 608 South Sixth
street v .'" lltf
TBEMONT $ ROOMS i Now under
maaagment of Mrs. L. C. Arm
strong; 28 clean rooms- at 1 85c
; (. and 60c; special rates by Week
, i or month; also: light housekeop
, . Ing rooms. .' Would like jour pst
, ronags.. o ,c.!:m h .v."40tf
PARTLY furnished house -for rent,
l lnqulr . CourieK office.- v 48tf
FOR RENT Furnished, housekeep
ing rooms, also furnished single
room, reasonable rent, close In.
621D, corner Seventh. , Opposite
Baptist church. -., . . . 61
PIANOS, new and second-hand tor
rent or sale on easy monthly pay-
menta; first year's rent to apply
on purchase . price. . . Rowell's
music and Photo House. , ' 76
FOR ' RENT Partly furnished
house, has good well,' across from
Riverside ' school house, . conven
ient for school children. Inquire
700 South Eighth street 68
J. S. MACMCRRAT, te-cher of von-
eulturs and singing. Lessons gtver
at homo of pupil It rejuested. Ad
drja 714 Lss street 8611
MISS ALMA'WOLKE; teacher of
piano and harmony. Special
. courses given In kindergarten
music. Address 706 North Fifth
street. ' Phone 208-L. 75
Circulars Supplamcr.t Kaws
We Mnke a Study of the Attention
Coinpolllug Kind nnd Print Then)
if i.i'V'T-I'M '
"' 'i PtaTBIftAaTl ' '"tT &
L. O. CLBMXNT, M. D. PrtMUsw
UrnltsA to sUesswes U tte , tit.
nose and throat Olasses ViH.
Offlee hours 8-11, 2-1, o e"V
polatasat OSes pboaa, 12; real
denes phomo Ut-3. l
S. LOOOHRIDOB. M. D., Physselasi
sad surgeon. ' Ctty av'eotUwf sJav
attended day or tight Rastdesies
psoas $89; oases phoM lit.
Sixth sad H. Tafs BnBdlag.
DR. ED. B TW ATE R Specialist SSI
diseases of the eye, ear, bom aad
tbrpat; gloasss flttsd. Offlos boars:
t to 12 a. m., 2 o 8 p. b. Phoasa
Residence 280-L; office 280-J;
Kasonle Tsssple, Oraots Paaa, Ore.
A. A. WITHAM, H. D PhTSkCtsa M
sargsoaU Offlesf Hall Bldav, eoner
lath and I streets. Phoasa: Oases
118; residence 28S-J. Honrs: a.
at to 4 p. so. ''
B. p, MACT, I). U. D. Flrat-elas-destlstry:
10$ Booth UstA
slrset, O rants Pass, Oregon.
H. D. NORTON, Attorasy-t-iaw
Praetlcs la 'all Stats and Federal
Coarts. First Natloaal Bs k BkU.
OOLVIO ft WILUAMS Attssvoyav
at-Law Grants Pass Baaklag Oo.
Bldg, Oraata Pass, Ore.
E.8. VANDYKE, Attorney. Praottea
la all sonrta. Pint Natloaal Beak
BnlMlag. '' ..; "" ,
DURHAH ft RICHARD. Attorasya
; at-Law. ..Ofles IfasoaJe Tsaasls
- Greats Psss.'Ors. ''
W. -, T.' !ULrXXrAttoraay-ssUw.
County attorney for ; . Jossphhsa
County.' HMBoet flchainioni Bldg,
O. & BLANCHARD. Attorasy-wtrLaw
Grants Pass Baaklag Co. Bldg.
Phone 270. GraaU Pass, Ore.
V. A. CIjEMENTS Attoraey-at-Law
- Practice la stats sag federal
eoarts. Rooms I, and S. ovar
Culdea Bule store.
BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD, At
torneys, Albert block, phone 228-J.
Praetlcs la all eoarts; lead
. attorneys. -.M'W
DR. It S. BKSTDL, Vstawlaatlaa.
Office la Wlaetrout Imple
Bldg." Pboas 118-J
:" Psoas, 05-Bl t.
VDBATAGB AHD TRAN8FK8
COaUaTraCI AL TRANFER CO. All
kinds of drayags4 aad' traasfer
work carefully and promptly dose. ,
; Phone KM Stand at freight
depot A. Shads, Prop.
F. O. ISHAM. drayege and
Sales, planes sad f uraitars
packed, shipped and stored.
(Sir:.' Olp. JNo. it.
lHa. WORLD MOVES: sa ao.w-
" u'ncX'Bros, Transfer Co. Pboaa
E. K" (OirCH Asaayer. skeaUlE
' metsliUrgUt: Rooms1 201-JOt Pad
' dock BaUdlng,'6raata'lwBt " M
OABQUET RESORT-AC the edaa of
tha redwoods, aocommodaUooa'fwr
tourists, hotei $2 psr' dii, alaeWis
' lU'cimp gronhdi'garaips aid
aceeseorlea. groceries 'sad snp
pliee, fishing and hunting. B. R.
Pries. Propr. 117tt
i IO8CEIiLANE0C8 1
KINDERGARTEN Miss Telford's
kindergarten opens Monday, Sep
tember 10th. at 411 O St, 86tf
CLOTHES REPAIRED Mending
. and darning neatly dona at 411
' 6t-- -- r. i "V'-r- IM
The' California and Oregon
Coast Bauroad Company ,
Effective June 1, 117.
Dally except Sunday..
Train 1 It. Grants Pass..' 1:00 p. m.
Train 8 IT. waters ureas. s:ve p. a,
"... ..11 I ! ' .I'll ' I. '!
All train leave Granta Pass from,
ths corner of Q and Eighth streets,,
opposite the Southern Pacific depot..
For . all Information regarding
freight and paasenger service call at.
ths office of the company, Public Sers
vice building, or phone 181 tor