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J j I 18 months' supply of .
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!A NORWEGIAN WORO.
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name of n .n er. 'li'li Pi
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dd ic warn III ill il i!!"liili'-p ul
III.- iiri'il-'l of llii'-p . I rn 1 1 . ; . iTI't
Wllell one miih veil on I In- Il 'I ft
Uiiiii fli I'M In !' " lop of ii iiiiiiinf i!li
Where lie llt'hlnl h I. e n tire Till i
vtnM In- M- 'h ir a Imii; ilitiinu' ii ii I
wim krnnvi tli I- a nnrnliit! When '.i
H.IH l I'll III tllf lll-lllll' C lliml 'il'l' I'l"
mm Ul'IiIiiI mi another bill mull nil
over llir rmnlrr flre lni'ol from ''
rry lillitni inn', IN- people n fMi'il I"
TIli'V lllail llllil N KIMlptll I'f lnccll
cr. The iiimi Ii" Hrst "kI i; 1 1 r ! t!j
aull would ttl.e mi arrow nml scml ll
to III nelulitinl I'lntil town In InUii
Hi' nri'nw win M-m mull nil wit
warned. Thce were rnther primitive
way of i'li'i;rii.liliiu, lint were no ef.
fri timl tlnii In ill iiium f I 1'iity
four hmir n'' Norway knew of tlio M
prom h of il' mi'
Till, yteui f spreading the new
H ('Uiiiii "llUlMikkell," mill Klll'll
there were no more plrnte Ihe new,
palters lieeume HpromliTu of the pew
ml no were appropriately styled "hud-allkkeii."-
CHICHESTER S PILLS
. HIK HHUIINII II WASH.
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SOID BY DRUOniSTS EVLRYUHtRC
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Tmkm mm mihmr. IIh mt tmmr
llrl.t. A.i.1.1 lll.l in .Trnn
the law and use
printed Butter Wrappers
According lo the rulln of the Oregon Unity nd Food
Commlwilon all dairy butler aold or exMiel for ! In
thl Mule miiNt l wrapped in ttultvr Htr upon which
la printed Ihe word "Oreiton Hairy Iutter, 10 (or 82)
ounce full welHlit," with the name ami mlilre of the
To ennhlo pntron of Hie (Hurler to wiMly comply with
Ihe nillnil Ibl office w ill aiipply tndanl i.t and weight
liMtler Miper prlnlinl with mmm'IhI walerpnHif Ink, and
delivered by pawl pot. the following pHco:
KM) Sheet, III or ill! ounce $1.(10
1!M Shi-el, 10 or .12 ounce l.fl.t
:l(M Hhet'l, 10 or 82 ounce 1.70
,VM Sheet, 10 or 82 ounce 2-10
Kxtra cluirge for special dealKii.
Send order by mail accompanied by the price a alnivc
and paper will lie promptly forwarded to you by parcel
We ue the bent butler paper obtainable, ami our work
manhlp I of the best.
Rogue River Courier
fjruiilN fnn, Oregon
I FERRYDALE j
Mil. Kryte and (Uuuhter, Mr.
I'riiltl, Mulled with Mr. A. I. Hu-m-y
Mli Imt Andrrton mivnt Biindny
il home lir ntirrnt.
Mm. llolIlH iorcnMin arrived
Tliurmlny enilug Irom Hun Krsn-
cloo lor uliort may ltli her
Uiutlinr. Mrp. H. I-. IlubortHim.
Mr. nd Mrn. FU'ldn and on
Knif.Ht, of .Mtiri.lv, Imvc movel to
tlio KUiittUiiii mliif. Iht Mr.
ritiliU will ! iiililo.vi'd tliln winter.
Mm. .Mnry Frank. n;l went to
lirmitH I'bhh Wi-iliitwilny to uprml tt
f i a duy v.Ii'i rrli'Mtln. ili r win
Will Inm iCdiniiiHiili'tl hor. lull ri-turni-d
Mr. nml Mm. V. S, llnl"'" mm nni
Htmill mm, Willuid, nml Mr. nml
Mr. Krri! ThnniiiMtn. Mi . H. I..
Itolii-rtHiili. nnd Mr. Ilnr.li .-'wi!-oti
wont to Calico Suinliiv, wlitr-'
they rxprt't to cmiiii for i ?' iluy.
Fur too runny In'ti'l ir..i Mors vvr
the I ii Inn lifUt on nvliiU lo I'lilleni
thi'lr hoUin uflrr tlio M.iiilintliiM l-lunil
dunIi mid Hilivrvtl in rt'iniKlin liiu It In
uotliliitf i'ii'il tlio I'i li turlltx. A un
llM' wlio fun do woiiili'iM with a
try lint le imlli'l uod n lint skillet
uml.i'x ii m l ill tilt'" of I In-Joli vvhi'ii
hu Irh'M In render the our fow l up In a
cuMnerulc Willi I'li'in lillli'd liliiunliiK.
ItUHiun Uii'lnu lor ii huIuiI I nil very
Well MO llHIIX HH yoll llllVO tWO lillMMluU
Iminly, one In tnnke It mid the other to
eat II. It M'i'iii lo Iom II Hiivor when
count rm ted hi n hot klu lien liy nil oiell
IKired feiimle Afio-Anierlinii L.'iiKinillea
from tldew-iiler. - lrlu S. t'ohli In Sat
urduy KvenliiK I'oit.
Ou ftiiiiduy eveiilnu lut a Mr.
Alec tieoriia ai MtlxlitlnK from Ihe
Ford hr met with a hid fill. Th
rar had not quit riiiua lo a halt and
nlliihtlnK tin the Kround with the
motion of ihe iir li w thrown
o to lrlkn her head on Ihe
Kround with urh forre a lo rut a
nvr,t Kxh nn the hack of lh head.
The dortor wn railed and took er
era) Ntlti tie lo iJomi up the wound.
Mm. Mvrmltin daiiKhter of Mr. and
Mr. John Oi'oiko, I vlnlUnt at
home thlM week.
Mir Thelma lo'l, of Holland,
vlftilrd with friend over flunday
The reunUr meellnr of the Ivy
TattlnK rluh h been poMlponed for
two week on aei ount of tlie hoitaaa.
Mm. den. Duncan, havlnit been at
tained with pnlHim oak and unable
to entertain the elub.
Oua Rallhreath la down from T-
kllmn rrrnerlni( from a atroka on
lha head by a rock, received while
working In the copper mine. A nar
row enrape from what might have
been a very aerloua afalr.
Henry llaawell, Tom Floyd and
Dave Itenfre have returned from
Crewent City, where they hare been
enxnited hauling Rravel for the lnt
two month. The are now Koln to
JarkNonvllle to haul ore from the
nine Ledge to Jaikaonvllle.
Mr. and Mr. Men Oeorge were
rleltor In Kerby on Wedneday.
Mr. and Mm. J. T. Tuff of Orant
P ipent the forepart of the week
.Tame Howard and family have
moved Into the V'ltlrock houe.
Mr. Kvereit IIoRue who lis been
ulle lrk for neveral week I r
Ike Ixiwden, who h been attend
ing everl daya with hi family
here, hit returned to the ran h near
Mi Mnrle I'tiwell I HRnlMInu nt
the Pioneer hotel In Ihe capnelly of
tllnlug room utrl. '
I'niln Hilly von Kannon, Fred
Hint, Geo. Holier and Kurnett Huhn
miulo a trip to Crescent tMty a few
dav no, nnd on the return I rip
hnU a very nnrrow eHcapo from death
about mi' mile thl Hide of Crea
cent rity. They were traveling
about 1 o'clock a. in., when they ran
out of tbo road nnd plunnod over the
bunk a (IIMnnre of about 15 feet al
i.nmt perpenilirulnrly. No honeit
were broken, but some bnilHe were
re rwnl rnnslnn them lo llinji i'iiil
wnlk (Ulle rarefully a they move
about. Some airatrhe were re
ceived, but none were bndly dl
flguri'd. Itev. V. V. Morrl. our new min
Inler for the year, appointed lit the
annual conference to thin charge, ar
rived In Keiby thl week. HU flmt
appointment 1 madefor Sundny af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. We bepeak
for him a full houae. Why not Ker
by give a mlnlatcr as good an au
dience, as he gives any other kind
of meeting. I-et ua give him a bear
Inn and hear hi message. He can
miy aomethlng to help ub on our way
and Hurely will do ua no harm. !t
everybody come out Sunday and
Sum Smith, of Klamath Falls,
wan a business caller for a few days,
drlvlnit over In his' car. He was for
tuniito In ahootlng a fine buck near
hla ttinch, which he took, back with
Mrs. Mildred Woodson Is out from
town for a visit with friends.
Fred Virtue, who has been work
ing at tlio Manmouth mines In Cali
fornia, came home last week to take
hi family hack with liliu.
T. K. (illmore has a new Chevro
let. Mr, .lennlo Virtuo and Mrs. Flor
ence 'McAfee, from Canada, have
come down to spend the whiter at
the homo of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs.' Jus. Dnrneille,
i The new pooplo Who bought the
llabernmn ranch expect to take pos
H. K. Woodson has rented the
Smith ranch for throe years.
' Wheeler Osborne was with the
boy who passed through Tuesday
morning Tor tho training; camp, Mrs.
Osbovn 'will rotnuln here for a tlmo.
Mr. Hengle has a fine crop of
benns harvested, which went 1,700
pounds to the acre and ns ho had 11
acres planted they will net him a
neat little sum.
The stork seom to have located
In Murphy on .Monday, leaving; a fine
little girl at tho Antlnrs. The little
lndy la named Helen Marie Mitchell.
The Ked Cross ladles mot as usual
for work Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and . Mrs. W. G. White and
Mm. lAlverson and granddaughter,
you- i i s
'ttco cr lirf-1 1
II In lah Parker, drove to Heven
Oak and "pent Runday at the Par
(imp picking and packing will
begin at lledlanda next week. Or
der for then famoua xrape have
been booked for aome time pat, the
crop prom I He to be extra fine thl
School was closed the first three
days of thl week, while the direc
tor were having some repair work
done on the achool house. The plas
tering was removed from tbe ceiling
and beaver board put la It place, a
floor was put in the basement, and
a new woodshed built.
Mr. and Mr. Karl Stanley and
baby daughter are visiting Mrs.
Stanley parents Mr. and Mm. Jor
dan of Thompson creek.
Mr. and Mr. Tom Harriott re
turned Sunday from a visit to Falls
City, and other Willamette valley
Warren Mce i having hi house
remodeled and building a silo.
Mis Edith Kubll and Mis Bea
trice O'Hrlen are attending hlk'h
school In Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert William
and baby daughter, of oorthern Cal
ifornia, visited relative here last
Mr. and Mr. B. M. flute and Mrs.
N. Pernoll motored to Crescent City
the first of the week, returning
Hiram Renson returned from Ken
nett. Cal., Monday, for a few days
visit with his parents.
An Item of Watte.
"Are jwi economizing?"
"I'm not sure. Like a lot of other
people. I'm wustinu prm-lou time dis
cussing the bili coM of living when I
out'lit to lie Iiiim.hu: for the price."
Notice is hereby Riven that W. H.
Sherman la no longer ronnected In
any manner with the sale3 depart
ment of this company; and has no
authority to act in any capacity for,
or transact any business of any na
ture whatsoever on behalf of the un
Duted at Grenada, Cal., October
MT. SHASTA LAND & IRRIGA
S3 By A. L. HARLOW. President.
Wm Condition of Indiana Lady
Before Beginning to Tak
Card-u-i, the Woman'
Kokomo, Ind. Mrs. H. Hankemeier,
ol this town, says: "I look so well, and
am so welt, that it does ndl seem as if 1
ever needed Cardui. But I was not al
ways this way ... 1 think I have taken a
dozen bottles . . . before my little jirl
I was feeling dreadfully bad, had head
ache, backache, sick at my stomach, no
energy ... 1 was very irritable, too, and
1 began taking Cardui about 6 months
before my baby came. As a result all
those bad feelings left me, and I just felt
grand, just as if nothing at all was the
matter, and when the end came 1 was
hardly sick at all.
Since that I have never taken Cardui
at all . . . It has done me good, and I
know it will help others, if they will only
Many women have written grateful let
ters like the above, telling of the good
that Cardui has done tncm. Why should
it not help you, too? If you suffer from
any of the ailments socommon to women,
and feel the need of a safe, reliable,
strengthening tonic, we urge you to be
gin today and give Cardui a lair trial.
Your dealer sells Card-u-i. EB 10
0. A C. GRANT LANI Blua print
Plata showing land lo Josephine
county, $1.60. Address A. E.
Voorbles, Oranta Paaa tf
FOR SALE Oood cooking and eat
ing apples. 8wert apple elder 26c
a gallon. K. Hammarbacbar,
phone aOt-P-Zt. II
0 ACHES land 2 ft miles from
city at 120 per acre for quick sale.
Address No. 1116, cart Courier.
FOR 8 ALE Cow, about four years
old, fresh early In January,
gentle, medium size. Inquire of
Nick Brans, Merlin, Ore. 80
FOR 8AI.lv Horse, light wagon
and harness. May be seen at 1324
Hast A street. Mrs. A. J. Klot ker
FOR 8 A LB or rent Six acres clover
and fruit, 1324 East A street.
Address Mrs. A. J. Klotker, Med
ford, Ore. , 82
FOR SALE 1914 Indian motor
cycle, twin cylinder, 7 h. p., tan
dem, electric lights, speedometer,
good running order, snap for f 85.
Address D. R. Whlttmore, Gen.
Del., Grants Pass, Ore. 80
FOR SALE First class Jersey cow,
about Ave years old. fresh In the
spring. Phone 611-F-H. Or
write Mae Henry, Hugo, Ore. 80
A classified ad bring results.
WILL TRADE Would like to trade
house - and t acres for second
handed Ford auto, must be In
good condition. Call at 206 West
D street, at 6:30 p. m. 80
TREMONT ROOMS Now nnder
nianagment of Mr. U C. Arm'
strong; 28 clean rooms at 35c
and SOc; special rates by week
or month; also .light housekeep
ing rooms. Would like your pat
ronage. . 40tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Also
barn to be used as garage. Mrs
F. A. Coe, 804 Washington Blvd.
Phone 164-J. 6SU
FOR RENT Iirge house, close in.
$13. 0. 8. Blancbard. tf
PARTLY Fl'RNISHED small house
for rent. $S per month, close In.
Apply A. E. Voorhles. 75tf
Engrnved calling cards 100 cards
and plate, in script, $1.50; if plate
ts furnished. 100 cards for $1.
WANTED 10,000 customers to
ride dally in Jitney Luke's taxi
at 10 cents each. . Inquire at The
Spa confectionery, (or pbone
162-R. Country trips a special
WANTED Bqyc factory helpers at
$3 and up. Also machine men at
$4 a day with 25 cent bonus.
.Board only 75c per day. Steady
employment the year round. Al
goma Lumber Co., Algoma, Ore.
SALESMEN WANTED Everywhere
to sell our warranteed ' nursery
stock. You can make big money
at spare time. Write for particu
lars. Donald Nursery Co., Don
fid, Oregon. 90
WANTED An oak. flat-topped
desk. State price. Address No.
1891 care Courier. tf
WANTED Five dozen Barred
Plymouth Rock spring: chickens.
Address G. M. Esterly, Waldo. 83
WANTED Petite prunes. inquire
818 I street. Phone 309-R. SO
TO LEASE SO acres, 45 under cul-j
tlvatlon, good buildings and good',
, ...... , A ...Una , v r. ... ,nn.n IT nil
ICUC-9, kil llllira I1UIII IWU,
, roads. Cash rent of $200 per
year. Address S4A Route 2. SI
THE PICTURE MILL open daily 10
a. m. to 5 p. in. For Sunday sit
tings cnll Mill 283-R or residence
FOUND Key. Owner may
same at Courier office.
STRAY COW Dehorned large red
cow having large brass bell taken
up by W. G. King, Route No. 2.
Owner can recover by paying all
damages, etc. . 105
TAXI 8K R VrI CK
THE BABY NEEDS a new pair of
shoes. Call Jitney Luke Taxi.
Phone 262-R. The Spa. tf
L. O. CLEMENT, J4. D. Practice
limited to dlaeasee of the eye, ear.
nose and throat. OlasMi fitted.
Office hours 1-12, 2-5, or ee ap
pointment. Office phone, 12; resi
dence phone' 359-J.
8. LOUGHRIDOE, M. D.. Physician
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. Realdeae
phone 39; office phone 111.
Sixth and II. Tuffs Building.
DR. ED. BY WATER Specialist on
diseases of the eye, ear, bom and
throat; glaasea fitted. Office Hours
I to 12 a. m,. 2 to 6 p. m. Pbonaa
Residence 260-L; office 2II-J;
Masonic Temple, Grants Paaa. Ore.
A. A. WITHAM. M. D- Physician and
surgeon. Office: Hall Bldg., corner
Sixth and I streets. Phones: Of
fice, 116; residence, 281-J. Honrs,'
9 a. m. to 4 p. m. ,
E. C. MACT. D. M. D. First -daas
dentistry. 109 South Sixth
street, Grants Pass, Oregon.
H.. D. Norton. Attorney-aMaw.
Practice In all State and federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
COLVIO ft WILLIAMS AttOmeys-
at-Law Grants Peas Banking Co.
Bldg. Grants Pass, Oregon.
E. S. VAN DYKE. Attorney. Practice
in all courts. First National Beak
DURHAM A RICHARD. Attorneys-
at-Law. Office Masonle Temple,
Grants Pass Oregon.
W. T. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law
County attorney for Josephine
County. Office: Scnallhorn Bldg.
O. 8. BLANCHARD. Attorney-at-Law
Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg.
Phone 270. Grants Pass. Oregon
V. A. CLEMENTS Attorney-at-Law
Practice in state and federal
courts. Rooms 2, and 3, over
Golden Rule Store.
BLANCHARD t BLANCHARD. At
torneys, Albert' block, phone 216-J
Practice in all courts; land 'board
DR. R. J. BESTL'L Veterinarian.
Office In Wlnetrout Implement
Bldg. Phone 113-J. Residence
DKAYAtiE AND TRANSFER
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. All
kinds of drayage and transfer
work carefully and promptly done.
Phone 1S1-J. Stand at freight
depot. A. Shade, Prop.
F. G. I&HAM, drayage and transfer.
Safes, pianos and furniture moved
packed, shipped and stored. Phone
Clark and Holman, No. 50. Resi
dence phone 124-R.
THE WORLD MOVES; so do we.
Bunch Bros, p-ansfer Co. Phone
E. R. CROUCH Assayer. chemist
metallurgist. Rooms 201-203 Hall
Building, Grants Pass.
J. S. MACMURRAY, teacher of vole
culture and singing. Lessons given
at home of pupil If requested. Ad
dress 716 Lee St. 851tf
CLOTHES REPAIRED Mending
and darning neatly done at 411
C St. I6tf
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Effective June 1, 1917.
Dally except Sunday..
Train 1 lv. Grants Pass.. 1:00 p. m.
Train 2 lv. Waters Creek 3:00 p. m.
All trains leave Grants Pass from
the corner of O and Eighth streets,
opposite tbe Southern Pacific depot.
For all Information regarding
freight and passenger service call at
the orllce of the company, Public
Service building, or phone 131 for
Like an Employment Office.
Bacon Have you a Housewives'
league in your town?
Egbert Why, certainly.
"Where ts It located V"
"Why do you want to know? Yon
bareu't got a wife."
"1 know It. 1 wuyit to to to tbe
league and get oue." St. Louis Post
Dispatch. ' . ,