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DA1LI BJUCK RITEi. COIKIKR 1'Af.t ruitaa Classified Advertising Jit the Churches Company 'Collins Auto Has Sold Its Business Good Will and Book Accounts to Geo. W. Tavis and Archie J. Powers The New Proprietors Taking Possession on October 18 The Mtmo prompt servUe and courteous treatment will be accorded ml rxtcnilcd to "all cun'omrm anil the public generally. Thin will alixi serve notice to Ue pisbllc tliat all lnHtcdn- again the ( oIIIiik Auto Onniwny, will Im asmmrd by the new firm ami all bill owIiik tl Collins Auto (V). will 1Comfl payable to the new company. Thanking all my old vuatomer (or their italronage and awairlng thn public generally of the Mine fair treatment We are and remain Your very truly 0 Collins Auto Company By Benj. M. Collins, Mgr. Signed GEO. W. TAVIS ARCHIE J. POWERS Newman M. K. Church ThoiiKli we .cannot assemble , at the usual services, yet Sunday may be observed In a fitting manner at home. Member are requested to lot aalde an hour for devotion and study of the Sunday school lesson for the day. The topic for this Sunday un der the uniform lesson series Is .Ab raham Giving Isaac to God," or "Tho True Conception of Sacrifice." Coldrn text, I Samuel 1:11; lesson, Genesis, 22:1-14.. Additional scrlu tures, Isaiah 1:11-17; Hosea 6:6. At the hour of morning service the pastor will go to the church alone for prayer. . Melville T. Wire, pastor. AT SIXTY-FIVE FOR IALK TO EXCHANGE FOR SALE CHEAP for cash 80 acre near W'lmer. Good place to start with little money. Address H. M. Knudsen, Pasco, Wash. 94 FOR SALE Rye, good quality, de livered In town, 5 e a pound; 4 cents on ranch if taken soon. J. L. Green, Rt. 2. 93 TRADE House, barn and three acres on East A street for house and lot close in. Call 1114 East A street or phone 124-R. 91 a LOST FOR SALE Good milk cow, Jersey. Call 225 West O. Phone 609-J. 89 FEED and Livery Stable Hay and grain for sale. Red Front Barn, Peter Gravlln, Prop. 15 BOAT 16-foot, In first class condi tion, good oars, pole, etc., for sale, $15. Inquire Western Hotel. 97 LOST Between McCollums mill and Grants Pass, dark grey Mackinaw. Finder please leave at Courier No. ' 1729.;. '. ti LOST Boy's overcoat, age 11, lost about Oct. 8; also pair man's pig skin gloves lost Oct. 16. Finder please leave at ' Josephine hotel, or No.. 1758, care Courier. Suit able reward. ' . 93 FOR SALE CHEAP Piano, a bar gain. Must go quick. Miss Wolke. Phone 208-L. . 93 MWCEiXANEOts WANTED Don't worry about old age, h, sound man Is good at any age. Keep your body In good condition and you can be as hale and hearty and able to "do your bit" as when you were young fellow. Affections of the kidneys and blad der are among the leading causes of early or helpless age. Keep them clean and the other organs In work ing condition, and you will have nothing to fear. .Drive the poisonous wastes from the system and avoid uric acid accu mulations. Take GOLX) . mbual, Haarlem Oil Capsules periodically and vou will And that you are at good as the next fellow. Your spir its will be rejuvenated, your muscles strong and your ..mind keen enougn for anv task. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil cap sules will do tbe wort. But be sure to get the original Imported GOIJJ MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. THeJ are reliable and guaranteed to keel you or your money will be refunded. For sale by most druggists, in seal ed packages, three slies. BRING YOUR JUNK to tbe Grants Pas Junk Co., 403 South Sixth Street. Phone 21. We bny ragav metal, robber, scrap iron, bide and wool, old automobiles for wrecking. . 61U WE WANT sales representatives in every town In Oregon We prefer I bleu who have told stock, insur ance, real estate, book, or who have had no sales experience, but would like to develop into sales men. We train every applicant accepted and provide a system that will enable anyone who works to make from $75.00 to $150.00 per week. Can also use women I of exceptional ability. Po-I sltlon permanent. In applying I THE PICTURE MUX, for fine photo- BTJY YOUR FUEL, kindling, blocks and sawdust of Baber Bros. 225 West 0. Phone 5091. '"" JITNEY SERVICE Any where, any time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R. Otto J. Knlps, Residence 149-Y. . m- l . " 233 PHOTO STTDie state age, past business experience. number of years yon have lived in community and references. Ad dress in confidence, Kane Mfg. Co., 1626-27 L. C. Smith BIdg., Seattle, Wash. 93 1.143.11 100.00 30.00 1,209.64 40.u0 284.73 254.82 360.00 50.00 M1KHII, DISTRICT IHTXJKT To the Cli'rk of School District No. Seven. Josephine County, Oregon: Following Is a statement of the estimated amount of money needed by the dlnlrlct during the fiscal year beginning on June 17. 19 8. u4 l M on June 30. 1919. This Uudnot is made In compliance with Section 217 of tho School Laws of 1917. and Include, the estimated """ t0 be re ceived from the county school fund, state school fund, special district tax and all other moneys of the district: lU'lKiKT KM limited Kx'ndlturtn 1. Teachers' salaries - ...$27,000.0-' It ....llll.d .' 3. Apparatus aiid supplies, such as maps, chalk. erasers, stoves, curtains, etc 4, iLllirary books - G. , Flags ; . Repairs of schoolhouses, outbuilding or fences 7. Improving grounds 8. Playground equipment - 9. Transportation of pupils 10. Tuition of pupils 11. Janitor's wages Z'nn rt 12. Janitor's supplies ia Fuel .. 1,500.00 14. Light and Power 15. Water 16. Clerk's salary - 17 PnKtfiiifl anil stationery 18. For the payment of bonded debt and Interest thereon, issued under Sections 117, 144, to 148. and 422 of the School Laws of Ore Hon. 1917 - 6'???? Telephone Hent - 80 00 Domestic Science MBnual Training ...... - 500.00 All other purposes 7QU.UU 24. Total estimated amount of money to be expended for all purposes during the year . $43,612.30 F.Htlinated Receipts From county school fund during coming school year..$ 8,800.00 From state school fund during the coming school year 2,013.00 Cash now In the hands of the district clerk - 6,000.00 Kstlmntod amount to be received from all other sources during the comlngi school year .... 4,400.00 TotaK estimated receipts, not including the money to be rocelved from the tax which It Is propos ed to vote . $20,213.00 ItccapltuIaUon Total estimated expenses for the year $43,612.30 Total estimated receipts,' not Including the tax to ha voted - 820.213.00 Balance, amount to bo raised by district tax $23,359.30 The amount of money to be raised by this special tax is more than the amount raised by special school district tax in the year Immediately preceding this, plus six per cent. It is necessary to raise this additional amount bv spec a 1 levy for the following reasons Owing to the present war In which the United States is engaged the . price of supplies, labor and teachers has greatly increased, rendering ne cessarv a corresponding increase' in these items of expenditure in our bud' get. Decrease in assessed valuation of district more than twenty per cent and from five to ten per cent slump In census greatly decrease estimated resources. Dated this 16th day of October, 1918. Cocloneya (Adaptable. The adaptability; of the London girl to farm work is equaled by rb.e adapta bility if London youth (particularly the real Cockney,' type) to alosest any work and -any circumstances. I have known a Cockney, entirely Ignorunt of machinery, to learn all about a thrashing muchlne inside a week, and to he In sole control of it on the eighth day. And It is well known that sums of onr smartest cavalrymen are Cock neys. Young fellows who were never on a hne before become expert riders In an Incredibly short tha Whatever else the Cockney niny r may not ne ho Is nearly always observant, quick in the uptake and useful with Ills hands. London Chronicle. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. GEO. E. LUNDBURG. L. O. CLEMENT, A. C. HOICOMB, ISAAC BEST, . ' EMILY F. CRAMER. ' . Board 6? Director School Dttfrict No. Y: "Gt3ts.lt," a Liborty Bottlefor Corns! There'i Only One Genuine "Cora-Peel9r"-Thatri"Gett-It." Brer peel a banana? That' the way "Oats-It" paels off corns. It's ths only corn treatment that will. "Gt-lt "Is a guarantee that you WANTED Three or four-room modern furnished house; no chil dren. Address No. 1745, care of Courier. 86 graphs. Open dally except Sun day from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sun day sittings by appointment only. Phone Mill. 283-R, or rsstdeac 140-J. 8Jtf . VETERINARY BCRGEOS DR. R. I. BESTUL. Veterinarian. Office, residence. Phone 80S-H. PBYSICIAJiS WANTED To rent a piano for the whiter. Phone 606-F-1S. 921 METHODS OF MARKING MONEY Officiahi Trap Peculator Who Dir. Nefariously Into the Cash Drawer. In fhelr surveillance and, apprehen sion of suspected persnns government secret officers often nd It necessar to "mnrk the money" handled by suck persons. There are various methods of so marking the national currency, one of tbe most novel of which Is tbe pin-prick. The note to be narked is, say, the $5 silver certificate bearing tbe vig nette of an Indian chief In Tun re galia of feathers and trappings and presenting a full-face view. Wifk tbe old of a pin tbe secret service man makes two punctures in the bill di rectly in the .pupils of the Iwdlan't eyes. To the casual and sometimes even critical inspector of the note these pin-prteks are invisible. If raised to the Ught, however, the bill will distinctly reveal them. The markings are complicated by the following process : The pinpoint is applied in the "twist" of the large figure 5 of the two upper corners f the note. These tiny twists do not appear on the "necks" of the two fig ures 5 that are on both sides of the bottom of the note. The note Is now pierced again, this time at the ends of the scrolls on each side of the word "five" in the lower center of the MIL. The marking Is now complete. In secret It is exhibited to one or more persons for purposes of identification and is then placed In the till or money drawer to which the suspected person has access. It is said that the pin-pricks will re main perfect for some time. When such bills are produced In court and their markings are explained under oath conviction Is practically certain, Literary JDJjiest WANTED Forge-blower and anvil fur private horseshoeing.' Write 727 North Fifth stret. . ' 93 WANTED Good man as teamster. House provided. Married man preferred. Good wages. AIbo want an experienced pruner. Write to Country Club Orchards, pliane 600-F-2. Merlin. Oregon.- 96 DRESSMAKTNO PLAIN SEWING at reasonable rates, j Mrs. L. Beagle. 332 .Bridge St. 93 The California and Om-tM Coast Railroad Company TIME CARD Daily .except Sunday Effective May 1, 1918 .Train JTrain lv. Grants Pasa lv. Waters Creek 1:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m N. Moot. Excim. teCorn. a. Cora-Piim Nawl won't Anally have to gouge, pick, jerk or cut out your corns. If you want the pleasure of getting rid of a corn, be sure to get "Oet It" It la its wonderful formula that has made "Oats-It" the corn marvel that It la, used by mora millions than any other corn treat ment on earth. A few drops on any corn or callus, that's alL It can't stick. It Is painless, eases pain. ' You can kick your "corny" feet around, even In tight shoes, and your corns won't crucify you. . You can go ahead and work, daaoa, live, love and laugh as thouith without corns. "Oete-It," the guaranteed, money back corn-remover, the1 only sure way, costs but a trifle at any 1ru store. H't'd by K. LawrenceAOo- Cbteasonlil. Sold in Grant Patsi, and ficom mended as the world's tent 'trn remedy by GetrU C. Sabin. - .' All trains leave Grants Pass from the corner of G and Eighth streets opposite the Southern Pacific depot. For all Information regarding freight and passenger service call ai the office ot the company. Lundburs bnUdlng, or phone 131 tor same. CHICHESTER SPILLS lattaal tit ill PUI. la M4W awallaA MASO-Hat KKAKB C1LLS, fer Sa iMnim.n.tnatAi..nM POLITICAL CARDS (Paid Advertisement.) U O. CLEMENT. M. D.. Practice limited to diseases ot the eye. ear. nese and throat, masses mwu. Office hours 9-18. 2-5, or on ap petntment. Office phone (2. resi dence phone 359-J. S. LOCGHiUDOS. II. D Pbjskaaa and surgeon. City or country ealli attended ij or night. Resides phone 369; .. office phone '181 Sixth and K, Tuffs Bldg . --( J. O. NlttLEY. Physician and surgeoa. Landbnrg Bldg. Health officer. Office hours, 9 to 13 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Phene 310-J. I A. A. WTTHAM. M. D. Internal medicine and nervous diseaseaa 903 Corbett Bldg., Portland, Ore, Honrs 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. BCRSELL, H. D., D. C, Corner Sixth and D streets. Block east of posteffice. All approved and drug less methods. Children and chronlo diseases. . MRS, JOS. MOSS Independent Candidate for . County Clerk EUGENE L. COEUEN Regular Republican Noroinee for Coimty Clerk GEO. S. CALHOUN Regular Republican Nominee for County Treasurer Present Incnmbeot GEO. W. LEWIS Regular Republican Nominee for Sheriff ATTORNEYS U. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-Uw. Practices ia all SUte and-Federal Courts. First National Bank Bldg. OOLVIG k WILLIAMS. Attorneya. at-Law, Grants Pass Banking Co. Bldg., Grants Pass, O regent. E. S. VAN DYKE, tloe in all court Bank Bldg. Attorney. Prae Ftrst National . S. B LAN CHARD, ttorney at Law. Golden Rule Building Phone 270. Grants Pass, Oregon. BLANCHARD t BLANCHARD, At torneys, Albert Bldg. Phoai 2 8 6-J. Practice In aH courts; lam board attorneys. C. A. SIDLER,.Attorney-at-Law, ret ' eree In bankruptcy. Masonic . temple. Grants Pass, Ore. DENTISTS E. C. MACY, D. M. D. F1rst-laas dentistry. 109". South Sixth street, Grants Pass, Oregon. . ' C. A. SIDLER ' REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR -REPKKSENTATIVE - -Josephine County, Oregoa Our classified ads bring results. Grants Pass & Crescent City Stage Co. w. H. T. Itreen, Glddin-s, Propr. Agent Big Pierce Arrow Cars Easy Riding ,0fnoe OW C-erver Blk. Corner Seventh and G streets Phone 20 Ttepho-228- and 103 MUSICAL INSTRUCTION J. 8. MACMURRAY, teacher of voice culture and singing. Lessons given at home of pupil If requested. Ad dress '718 Lee. street. DRAYAGE AND TRANS Kit COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Ai kinds of drayage and transfer werk carefully and promptly dene Phone 181-J. Stand at freight depot AA Shade. Prop. THE WORLD MOVES; so do w. Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Phone 897-R. F. G. ISHAM. drayage and transfer. Safe. .' t Ian os and ' ' furniture ' moved, packed,- shipped and stor- sil Phnna Clark A Hnlmaa Nn. 50. Resldaae rHa 124-R., Letter heads that will pleas yen, at the Cearfer. - '