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PAGB TWO HAILY ROGTO. RITE COCKIER " i i f.ll ROEUt RIVER COURIER Published Dally Except Saturday A. E. VOORHIK3. Pub. aid Prapr. titer I at poatofflc. Greats P Or.. M MOOB4 alas saell aaetur. -f ADVERTISING 1 RATK8 ' LfcoeJ-paraonal soluma, per lln. lee Header. Pr Una U l J'DAtLT COURIER $ i J kail or carrier, pet year-. l8.00 Hy sail or oarrlor. gwr aaoath- .80 i- WBJERXT COimiKR try nan, per yJV, MEMBER 'Of ASaOCIATIU) JPREl The Associated Pre a exclusively mtttlnd to; (he. use lot, tepublleatlo at all sUaaatoa credit t K t not otksrwla credited .la, this jwper aa. alM tie local pub lished herata. "'AB Virtu of rapobllcatioi ot apa- ami aaniican anvil ww MW1H, I , . ,1 i 1 OTDAT, SKPTKMBtJt SO, 1918. OREGOS WEATHER 4 Unsettled, probably shower 4 today. -f Catamite Ckarch Masses on Sunday at ' 710 and 8:30 a.m. Rot. Father J. O. Vlen. - Flrat Chufh of Christ SrieatUt Christian Science service ara bold every 8uaday, la too W. O. W. hall, at 11 a. m. Wodneaday evening meet lata, at I o'clock.. The subject, or today la "Reality.".. ,. , r . Reading room la open from 3 to a . p. m. dally except Sundays and koltdayi. The public la cordially In- vlted to attend tke services and to visit tb reading room; . Newman 3d. E. Church . Sunday school -at 10 a. m. Ep worth League at 7 p. to. Owing to the pastor. Rer. Melville T. Wire, be ing at conference in Portland, there will be no preaching service. Baptist Church Next Sunday will be red letter day . in true spirituality. , Roll-call ser- , flee at 11 a. m.; every -member Is expected to be present, either in per son or writing to, respond to their name. - Friends of the congregation and the public are cordially Invited to worship with us at this hour. All will want to hear the pastor's dis course at 8 p. m. on the subject, "The Devil on the Slacker's trail." Come and bring your friends. Sun day school at 10 a. m., R. K. Hack- ett, superintendent. Appropriate classes snd competent teachers for all ages. Come in and study the word of truth with us. B. Y. P. U. service at 7 o'clock under the new group plan management and automo bile contest. Set all other engage ments aside for the annual church meeting next Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Detail program will appear later. . . , Rev. B. A. finch, pastor. Chnrch of Christ j Promotion and .rally day In thej Bible school with a fine program at, the 10 o'clock hour. At 11 will be1 the communion, followed by sermon1 on "The Communltle's Debt to the Bible School." This Is to be "home coming" day for the Christian En deavor as well, with a program at 7 o'clock. Evening service at 8. Subject, "The Guilt and Power of Bin." Come and feel our welcome.! Chas. Tt. Drake, minister. The annual rally and promotion day will be observed at the Christian Bible school.. We are eipectlng a young people army of at least 2a0 and cordially invite all who are not attending any 'Bible , school to Join our activities. Promotion from all departments from cradle . roll to adult will, be honored In various ex ercises. Old and . young will ,. feel a new Joy in service when they wit ness the result of a linked depart mental work. The following , pro gram begins promptly at 10 a. m.' Processional by departments; praise service followed by talk on the grad- I FANCY Spanish Queen Olives : In Bilk KINNEY : & TRUAX GROCERY l , tJUAUTY KIKHf I - 5 - t ed system by superintendent; pre sentation of the cradle roll babies and mothers to the school accom panied by rtolln solo "8weet and Low;" then follows the department al exercises of. song; Bible pictures snd drills; promotion from the In termedial grade will be by a chain service, closing with an address of welcome by the adult claaa of young people. i OCW WILL EE 01 TOP (Coatlnnod from pas 1. Portland, , Sept 28. Fifteen countlea of Oregon are over the top and more than ISO towns scattered throughout the state have achieved their quotas In the Fourth Liberty loan drive. . " , Yamhill. Wallowa. Waaco, Wash ington. Clackamaa, Douglas, Des chates. Coos, Curry and Gilliam went over the top yesterday. ' Stat show ed a remarkable spurt with many of the communities still to. be heard from. ' Showing was considered verf satisfactory ,'by Slate Director John U Etherldge. ". i . '.Soni of the large cttlea which pas sed the 100 per cent mark yesterday are Albany, Marshfleld, North Bend, The Dalles and Forest Grove. Many towns stand 75 per cent subscribed and may be reported over the top In the early hour of today ...Portland's city campaign yester day was feverish with Ita Intensity, with flying squadrons returning double subscriptions from many sources. The campaign yesterday de veloped to the point where slackers' were made mighty uncomfortable. Special committees made It very plain that direction of duty lay In one way only to all those whom the committee felt had not done their part. Portland Is going to clean It up In a hurry, and is not going to do It in any faltering manner. It la spending every effort to put the burden where It belongs. The campaign was not without Ita exciting moments, one such being when a great war bal loon, "Bllmpf" as it Is called, on the western front broke ' away and sailed west to the Pacific. This bal loon was preparing to make a sur prise attack on the city and was be ing filled with gas at works of the Portland Gas Company, In the north ern part of the city. When ready to start on Its trip to the heart of the city, It broke from its moorings, sailing high Into the sky and bear ing the query "Are yod pledged?" When last seen It was west of south west by west from Portland and still going for the 'Pacific ocean. :f 1 Watch for the Mg' 1 Cernt Sale .a M at 7tirV.::t,t'ubii!. lC:K3?rj"C:!tr 0ntoa8Bta, Biapl, IsTtrFaJla, Yea hi sear oat year soma aa4 toK . aw, f yos m off not mqs ao4 luk. TM Jof una V 1 "Uvu-n" wy. II Is lb only happy, seisins way la the wotM, Tw coa HUl sW Vm" Tm C-Um "tWIr a SW Cam b a Wl ... Si X)ti-It oa aay eora or callus drtos at oora. The eora flually lotMn off from the to, to thai yoo can pwt 1 . 4 wlta row flntfrt In on pi, pla kaalr, Ilka pMllns a tmnsna. Oraal sun,wtab IdoataalnWura.,lTbr's only one iwn.plrir-"Unta-It.'' Toa wrappad op bl with taps and band aaas. tos aqulrnilns from Irrtlallna alvat. 111 all a barbarltr. Toes wounded br lasors and kalra. that's balobiry, rldlculoas, pnnacruary, danyoroua. lln Oata-It," ilia libarty way slmpla, RlnleM. always sura. Take no ebancva. I "OtM-It." lwot be Iniulted by anlteMona. 8a tkal yna (ct "Utt-It." "Uata-lt." tha suaronteed. money back aorn-rtmovar, th only sure way, aotubutalrinaat any druf store. M 111 by E. Lawrvoca a Co,Cblcaao, 111. Sold .In Grants Pass, and recom mended as the world's 'best corn remedy .by George' C' Sabln. Grants Pass & Crescent City Stage Co. W. T. Ilreen, Propr. H. Glddlngm, Agent Big Pierce Arrow Cars Easy Riding . i ...... Office Old Observer Blk. Corner Seventh and G street Phone 86 Telephone and 1(13 FiiU Urieibf TIRES C. L HOBART CO. r. National iviazda Lamps .).'.' - t ' : i 4 i J . i t.W iwt... I . tt AV1.N0 too UtU light , 7( Pt. a ,'stralni pn cbjl- , d rent's vjilon that tksy stay i ntvar outgrow) Why not bav plenty ot light! Na tional MAZDA Lamps lv . three times .tha jighl, of old- fashlonod carbon lamps ' ', without adding a penny to your light bill. Regie Rhrer Hardware, Geo. R. RMdle, Mgr. Tat California and Orego Ooatt Hailroad Oompanj TIME CARD Dally except Sunday EffecUv My 1, 1118 Train 1 If. Grants Paa. 1 00 p. tr Traa 8 Iv. Water Cerk 8:0' p, .: . .-!. ) " . i ' . All train lav GranU Pt Iron hs corner of Q and B's'uth treu apposlt tie Southern Pacific dspot For all Information regardl&i freight ano pasaerf service call a tb ofllc of the company, Uundtiuri building, or phons, llrior same, Atitb Supplies All Sizes i i ' . i r Clsss'fied rOH aULH FOR 8AIJC Elghty-aor ranch, In Applcgat valley. Thirty acres In cultivation, part alfalfa. Flue rangu for slock. ' House, barn and ; out-bulldlngs. Karmlni Inipla "luents It desired. " Uqulr Ik Vin cent, call Provolt central. 7ft FOR BALE CHEAP tor cash 80 acre near Wlmsr. Good plar to start with little money, " Address It, M. Knudsen. Pasco, Wash, tt FOll i$ALJ2 ZnfiCAP-QdealTifg stove In first class trondltlpn. la qiilra at RftchdaU-groeery aior. It SNA!' 7-room plastered house be- tween Fourth ana fifth' on S St. I Bs localloe Id OrluU Past; two lota, bath, gas. Prlr 1 1,1 00. Rasy terms. This won't last long. U. A. Launsr, Realtor. : .. 77 O. V C. 160 acres rloso to Oranta Pass, 80 acres level land,' living water all year, running water to July 18, good outrange, good road. 87ft my charges. 1 A. Launer. Realtor. 77 FOR 8AI.& Oood team and har ness. . Inquire 128 West O street. , Phon 501-J. 77 FOR 8AIJC At public auction, Sep tember 30, at 8 o'clock p. m at ' Red Froal barn on Sixth street On grey horse, 8 years old, weight i about 1100; one bay mare 8 ysara old. weight about .1500. Doth good workers. Time If preferred at 8 per cent. Dick Tlmmons, auc- : tloneer. , , 75 A BARGAIN 80 acres first class walnut land, no frost,1 goad road four mile from the pass, 81 an acre. War bonds or stamps. No 1600 care Courier. T RE.TT FOR RENT Furnished cottsge with prettiest garden In town. Corner of Booth and ' Foundry street. Renter will have to keep np the garden. Key next door. 64tt FOR KKNT Furnished house, In quire at Mr. Peter Gravlln'a, 802 M street. 77 FOR RENT Five room cottage, 80S C, street, Gss, electric light, pm rent.' See N. E. Townsend, 621 A street. '"' yg WANTU) WANTEDOn an alfalfa ranchTan experienced farmer who - under stands Irrigation, one with a small family who can assist In taking care of cows preferred. ' Write to Frederick Pelouse, Ragle Point, Ore. ' 82 TWELVE "APPLE pickers wanted, Fort Vanndy Orchard, phone 606-F-12. 77 WANTKD-A woman to work one day a week. Address No, 1588, . care Courier. . , . , 78 PHOTO HTI'IHO THE PICTURE MILL for fine photo graphs. Open dally except Sun day from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sun day sittings by appointment only. Phone Mill, 283-R, or residence -140-J. 671! GOODBY, WOMEN'S TROUBLES The tortures and discomforts of weak, lame and aching bark, swol len and bloated feet and limbs, weak ness, lassitude, dlzxiness, nausea. that tired wornout feeling, norvous ness, sleeplessness, as a rule have l their origin In kidney trouble, not j"female complaints." These general symptoms of kidney and bladder disease are well known so is the remedy. Next time you feel a twinge1 of ! pain in the back or are troubled with j headache, Indigestion, Insomnia, Ir ritation In the bladder or pain In the loins and lower abdomen, you j will find quick and sure' relief In 'GOLD MIBDAL Haarle,m Oil Cap sules. This old and tried remedy jfor kidney disease and allied de I rangementi ha stood the test for ihupdreds of years. It does the work. I Pains and troubles vanish and new life and health will come as you con tinue their use. When completely I restored to your usual vigor, con tinue taking a capsule or two each day; they will keep you feeling tine 'and prevent a return to your trouble. I GOLD ME3DA1j Haarlem Oil Cap sules are Imported d'rect from the laboratories at , Haarlem, - Holland. Get thum from your druggist. Do not take a substitute. In sealed boxes, three sizes. 4- " TfoTicK . ' Are you Registered f It not; then do It now, Satnrday, October Rth, 1918, Is the last day to register for the General Bloctlon. , v , ' ' TB. li. COBURN. : -80 ' ; . County Clrrk Advertising roiNii. FUIWD Auto goURlei. 'Owner cB hav lam by calling at Courier of fice and paying lor Ibis ad. 71 ...BSfiryr' rr-Trr- a V MIHCKMiANKDCtt 1 UIUNO VOIR JUNK to tb Oranta Pass Junk Co., 483 South' BKia ' street. I'hon II. W buy rag niwal, rubber, scrap Iron, hid) and 1 wool, old automobiles for wrecking. - ON CA8H UAfllS-Th ilualo '4 I'boto bona will' remove; a IM new location, next door est'.( 03 October 1, and everything will be ot a eaib baala eioept piano tag talking machines sola on I. ' Cash bails 'Is aeaeasary In order ta maintain low prlcea. Btantoa . Itowsll. 807 O street. ' . ' 8T ItBRicT a real opporKnTtyT mand for farm traolors I inrrea. tag by leaps and bounds. West ra representative of eastern con cern manufacturing popular prlr4 lln ot four wbtl tractor will la this vicinity soon tb close cob trai ts. If Interested addraas P. W. Wisdom, car this paper. 71 BUY YOUR ,Fl'KI kindling, block end sawdust of ruber JSros. Ill West O. Phone 608-J, PHYSICIANS U O. CUSMKNT, Hs D Praelloe llmltsd ta disease of the re, ear, nose and tbrost. Glasses filled. Office hours 8-11. or on ap pointment. Olllee phone 61. resi dence phone J58-J. . S. LOUQBR1DOC, al. D. PbrsMaa and surgeon. City or country calls attended day or Bight. Rvsldsaoi phono 866; office phone 181 Sixth and H. Tuffs Bldg ' DR. J. O. NUrLEY, Phjilelan and surgeon. Londburg Bldg. Health officer. OOlee hour. 8 to 11 a m. and 1 to 8 p. m. Phone 810-J. A. A. WITHAM. M, D Internal medicine and nervous disease 802 Corbett Rldg., Portland, Or. Hours 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. A. Bl'RSELU.M. D., 1). C Corner Sixth and D streets, lllm k east ot ' postoirice. All approved and drug less methods. Children and chronic diseases. DKNTIHTH K. c7 M AC Y. O. ' nrit-cISM dentistry. 10Vs South Slsta street. Grants Pass. Oregon. MIMICAL IN'MTKt'CTIOit J. S. MACML'RRAY. teacher of vole cultur sod staging, Lesson given at horn f pupil It requested. Ad dress 716 Lea street. DHAYAUK AND TltA.N. .tt COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Al kinds of drayage and tranife work carefully and promptly tUn Phone 181-J. Stand at fre'.gb depot. A. Shade, I'rop. THE WORLD MOVES; so do we Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. .Phon ' 8B7-R. 1' 1 .. ' a ; , ' F. G. 1SMAM, drayag and transfer. Safes, llanos and furniture moved, packed, shipped and stor ed. Phone Clark ft Ilolman, No, 50. Restdvnre jthone 124-R. POLITICAL CARDS (Paid Advertisement.) MRS. JOS. MOSS Independent Cundidate . .for County Clerk i- 0, E. McLANE Democratic Nominee for Sheriff, E. L. C0BURN UlXJt LAIt HKPl :injOAN NOMINKK von (X)UNTV CIJIHK GEO. S. CALHOUN It KG t LA II HDI'l'lUilCAN NOMINBR ' von ' .-.f ' COUNTY TitKAAlTRKR : ITeeoirt ' Incitmhetit GE0. W. LEWIS ItlXJl LAH HIJI'I HMCAV NOMINEE L Uf J .1 i 1 "i 1 1 ';r r -ira iifca ii iw - , It. it AW 11 "-aev af