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a. . - 1 1 .. OAiLT JiJUtK RIVE. OUIKJEH PAUK TUKTS I IS DEFEATED' Qssspfcsiifl AiSveirifisS: "7 MPraOFiER van sal V I i rj t ' 7 imjA 1 V UV ' JU ) 4 "In all wars he is (he conqueror who can believe a quarter of an hour longer than his adversary that he is not beaten. I shall continue the':wari to the last quarter of an hour, for the last quarter of an hour be ours.' Premier Georf es Clemeaceau of France The last quarter of an hour shall be Americas. LIBERTY BONDS will mak that last quarter of an hour spell VICTORY for America. vr LIBERTY BONDS will give America's guns the last word. Your Last Dollar is as vital in this Fourth Loan as will .be the last shot in the last quarter of an hour. - Our boys will not hesitate ia that last quarter of an hour. BUY! BUY! BUY! It is the last quarter hour NOW ! LIBERTY BONDS! For osr Hone., our Country, and our Cod! ANY BANK WILL HELP YOU : ! umrainn ooraavns moms VAwmiOTio (KMiminoi HORACE HILLS ( With the British Armies In Frsnce, Spt. 27. Germsny U reported to hsv prepared a Dew mechanical ob struction to supplement her waning morale and man power. According to escaped Britishers and German prisoners, at certain places In this sons "tank forta" have been built. - They are designed to meet the ever-lnereatlng menace of tba allied war chariots. They con stitute well embanked and well plac ed gun position. Their armament Includes field guns, trench mortars, tank rifles and machine guns, designed to operate together. But It will take something better tban "tank forts" to save this line, If a German under-offleer raptured a few days ago telts the truth. "The last blow hts opened the eyes of the commonest soldier to the break-up of German military suprem acy," be aald. "We are defeated and know It. I doubt, however, whether the German soldiers yet uncaptured realize how crushing this defeat Is. Coming through the lines I -saw things I could scarcely believe. Such trans port, such horses, such men! Those masses of artillery compared with our wretched Iron-wheeled transport, skidding all over the place and block ing the roads In wet weather; our scanty, badly fed horses; boys pre tending to be guards (he was a mem ber of the second guards) all em phasize the terrible contrast In the condition of tbe opposing armies. "We still have a certain amount of artillery, but yon must have five guns to our one. We are well oft ri regards shells, but you seem to have and endless supply. "Germany la defeated. The sooner she recognizee the fact the better. But you will have to admit that we put up a good fight. No nation could have done more." FOR SALE CHEAP for cash 80 acre near Wlmer. Good place to start with little money. Address H. M. Knudsen, Pasco, Wash. M FOUND Auto goggles. Owner cam have sam by calling at Courier of fice and paying for this ad. 71 tX)R SALE CHEAP Good heating stove In first class condition. In quire at Rochdale grocery store, tf 8.VAP 7-room plastered house be tween Fourth and Fifth on B 8t. Best location In Grants Pass, two lots, bath, gas. Price f 1,100. Easy terma. This won't last long. L. 'A. Launer, Realtor. 77 O. C ISO acrea close to Grants Pais, SO acrea level land, living water all year, running water to July 15, good outrange, good road. $75 my charges. L. A. Launer. Realtor. 77 FOR -SALE Good team and har ness, inquire 225 West 0 atreet. rnone 609-J, 77 (9 TO BE FILLED BY OLSON . Salem, Sept. 28. Governor Jaa. Wlthycombe Is expected to announce the appointment of Conrad P. Olson of Portland, to succeed Justice Moore, deceased. National Mazda Lamps TJ AV1NO too tittle light puts a strain on chil dren's vision that they may never outgrow! Why not have plenty of light? Na tional MAZDA Lamps give three times the light of old fanhloned ' carbon lamps without, adding a penny to your light bill. . , Rcgue River Hardware (ion. K. Kiddle, Mgr. rh California and Oregci Ooait Railroad Company TIMR CARD Dally except Sunday Effective at"? t. 118 train I It. Grants Pass- I 00 p a fra'a i It. Waters Creifc ,0'm All traJne teavt Urautr Paa fro ae earner of Q and E's'ut atreet' P posit U Southern Pacific depo - .- all Information ? regarJIni fii o -uasoaejw rente .s vJfr company. Lundburi hLMiMi. r-ha ill tor a. . A BARGAIN' 80 acrea first class walnut land, no frost, good road . four miles from the Pass, 14 an acre. War bonds or stamps. No. 1600 care Courier. FOR SALE Our fine dry alfalfa in barn Is tbe cheapest and beat bay you can buy. Will deliver any where In town If bought at once Come or phone Mclntyre'a ranch. SOJ-F-12. 75 BRING YOUR JUNK to the Graau Pass Junk Co., itt South Sixth atreet. Phone 21. We buy raga, metal, rubber, acrap Iron, hide and wool, old automobiles for wrecking. Iltl ON CA8H BASIS The Musle a4 Photo bouse will remove to the new location, next door west, oa October 1, and everything will bo on a cash basla except pianos and. talking machines sold oa lease. Cash basla la nerestary In order to , maintain low prices. Stantoa Rowell, (07 O street IT HERE U a real opportunity. Tbe de mand for farm tractors Is lacrea. ' lag by lesps and bounds. West ern representative of eastern con cern manufacturing popular priced line of four wheel tractors will bo In this vicinity soon to cloae eon tracts. If Interested address P. W. Wisdom, care this paper. 7k FOR SALE Ford, haa 2 new tires. others in good shape, extras, $250 cash. H. E. Wilbur. Selma. 80 GRAPES FOR SALE on the vino Mission 2 cents; Tokay J cents Afternooni at Mrs.' Meier's, 1301 East A street. 80 FAUL PEARS and applea. half cent pound, pick them yourselves. See E. E. Carglll, Golden Drift Dam 0 TO RENT FOR RENT Furnished house, In quire at Mrs. Peter Gravlln'a, 802 M street. 77 FOR RENT Five room cottage, 203 C street. Gas, electric lights, low rent. See N. E. Townsend, 621 street. .78 WANTED WANTED On an alfalfa ranch, an experienced farmer who . under Hands Irrigation, one with a small family who can assist In Uktng care of cows preferred.- Write to Frederick Pelouze, Eagle Point Ore. ., 82 TWELVE APPLE pickers wanted, Fort Vannoy Orchard, phone 06-F-12. 77 MiaCKIXA.MCOlC- BUY TOUR Ft' EL, kindling, block and sawdust of Baber Bros. 22S West O. Phono 501-J. - l ATTORNEYS II. D. NORTON, A ttorney-at-la. Practices la all Bute and Federal Courts. First Natlenal Baak Bldg. COLVIO WILLIAMS, Attorneya- at-Law, Qranta Pas Banking Co, Bldg., Granta Pa, Orogoa. . E.. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac tice In all court First National Bank Bldg. O. & BLANCHARD, ttorney at Law. Ooldea Rule Building Phono 270. Grants Pasa, Oregoa. BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD. At torneys, Albert . Bldg. Phoai 236-J. Practice In aH court; law board attorneys. C. A. SIDLEB, Attorney-at-Law, rat eree la bankruptcy. Maaoata tempi. Grant Pasa, Or. VETERINARY SURGEON DR. R. J. BESTUL, VeUrlaarlaai Office, realdance. Phono lOt-H. PHYSICIANS WANTED A woman to work : one day a week. Address No. 1589, care Courier. " "78 WANT to rent a farm. Must have water for Irrigation. , Apply No. 1611 care Courier. 80 WANTED One burro, broke to pack. Address No. 1612 care of Courier. - 76 WANTED Bicycle In good condi tion, must be man's wheel with steel rims and cheap. Address No. 1618, care Courier. ' f 76 WANTED Cook, also a girl for nurse training. Communicate with Granite City Hospital, ., Ash land, Ore. 76 TO EXCHANGE SEATTLE PROPERTY to exchange for 20 to 40 acres highly Improved In Rogue River valley. Give full particulars of Improvements, loca tion,, transportation facilities and price.' t Address H. W. Hall,. P. O. Box 778, Blaine, Wash. 74 FOR EXCHANGE 60-acre ranch, irrigated, for town property. What have you to - offer. . ' Box , 690, Grants Pass. t ;. . , ." ; 76 L. O. CLEMENT. M. D.. Practlca limited to diseases of th eye. oar. nose and throat Glasses 6tt4. Office hours 9-12, .2-5. or oa a polotment Office phono 62. dence phone 359-J. 9. LOUGH RIDGE. II. D- Phyakiaa and surgeon. City r eoantry call attended day or alght Realdeao phona 269; office phone 111 Sixth and H. Tuffs Bldg. DR. J. O. NIIrLEY, Physician aa surgeon. Landborg Bldg. Healta officer. Offic hoar. 9 t 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Phone 810-J. A. A. WITH AM, M. D. lnUraal medicine and nervous dlseaaaa; 90S Corbett Bldg., Portland, Or. Houra 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. " A. BURSELL, M. D., D. C, Corner Sixth and D streets. Block east of postofflce. All approved and drag leal methods. Children and chronlo diseases. ' DENTISTS E. C. MACY, D. M. D. First-flaa dentistry. . 109, 8outh SUta street. GranU Pass,. Oregon. - MUSICAL INSTRUCTION J. S. MACMURRAT, teacher of vole culture and singing. Leaoa glvaa at home of papll It requested. Ad dress 716 L street DRAY AGE AND TRANSr tit FOR EXCHANGE A practically new light stock saddle for a heav ier stock saddle will pay the dit ference In' cash. No junk: wanted. Chas. E. Wise, Rt. 1, phone 600 ' F-12. ' .- - 76 COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Al kinds . of drayage and tranafat work carefully aad promptly iaa Phone 181-J. Stand at freight depot A. Shade, Prop. THE' WORLD MOVES; so do wa. Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phoa S97-R. .. PHOTO STUDIO . THE PICTURE MILL for tine photo graphs. Open dally except Sun day from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sun day sittings by appointment only. Phone. Mill, 283-R, or ... residence HQ-J. STtf LOST LOST Friday night, a blue leather parse containing greenbacks and eolaFladar please leave wRh Nd. 1610 ear Coarler. 76 F. Q. ISHAM, drayage and traaafer. Safaa, Hanoi , and furaltor moved, packed, shipped and stor ed. Phen Clark Holms. Nov. 60. Residence phoa 124-R. NOTICE - f Are you Registered? It not, taea do It now. Saturday, October s 5th, 1911, la the last day to register far the General Election.. E. L. COBURN. Cpunty.Clerk