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MONDAY, NOVK.MI1IJI? II, 1IIIH DAILY MOmm BITES OOCB1KB VAUK THMJtrt STUDENTS TO CONDUCT Classified Advertising E 4 .J y Uscla Sam PR V X MOdt i oat th call; 3,000,000 Toojr art waiting for your anawc Thin Hpare Con, rated bjr IIOUMN I NT I NG THAT PLEASES WE DO SI 4. KHACK 7 IT! JJ. The prevalence of Spanish Influent with lu attendant bam on public gath ering! and the closing of many colleges and universities presents a peculiar situation with which the student divl Ion of the allied war work campaign must contend In securing Its quota of funds In the United War Work drive. The student campaign directors, how ever, glorying In their ability to over come any obstacles that might stand In the way of a successful campaign, have found a way around this difficul ty. This way around Is no other than a correspondence campaign in which very student who can not be reached by personal solicitation will be solicit ed at long range through the medium of Uncle Sam's postal service. In view of the ready response from the student division In the war work campaign of last spring It Is felt that a simple reminder of the task assigned to the division will be sufficient to bring every student to the fore with a substantial contribution toward the $100,000 quota which the Northwest student division, comprising the states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho, has agreed to raise. In fact in some schools which have already launched this long range campaign results so far achieved bave been such as to lend strength to the belief that the student division will not only raise Its assigned quota but will, as In the previous campaign, go over the top with a good margin to spare. Some students, anticipating the needs In this drive are mailing In their subscriptions to their college commit tee even without any solicitation In order that their contribution may be properly credited. The spirit of sacrificial giving Is be ing encouraged aa far ss possible and Is one school In the district the girls have renounced all Christmas presents In Order to give toward the war work campaign. Influenzal Influenra has cut Into the United War Work Campaign to a considerable extent, but O. W. Davidson, state director, has word from the chairmen in every county that they will "put over" the quotas assigned them in the style so familiar to this state. That Cup of Cocoa. That cup of cocoa that a T. M. C. A., K. of C. secretary or Salvation Army man or woman hands, your boy in the war tone may be the means of saving his life. Think of that when you are asked for funds to support those welfare organisations. Must Pull Together. With two million American soldiers In France the work of the Y.M.. C. A., K. of C, Salvation Army add other welfare agencies is Increased immeas urably. To maintain the work a drive for funds will be made. , Behind the Girls. The T. W. C A. is behind the girls who are behind the boys who are after the Kaiser. Blue Triangle workers are keeping up the morale of the country's second line of defense- American womanhood. HI Home Overseas. . To the soldier overseas the work of the T. M. C. A., K. of C. and Salvation Army la the nearest thing to home that he knows. It is the concrete evidence that somebody at home cares for him. t 8ervlng Undr Fire. Hundreds of war workers in the T. M. C A., K. of C. and Salvation Army are working under shell fire to serve American soldiers. The public will be asked for funds to support this wdrk. Caring for Girls. : Recreation and social welfare work among women and girls in munition factories and other war industries Is being done by the Y. W. C A. at the request of the government ' To Build Morale, Seven' welfare organisations serv ing the soldier are asking for funds to extend their work and help maintain the wonderful morale of the Allied armies. Patriotic League. ; Four hundred thousand girls have joined the Patriotic League organised by the T. W. C. A. in forty-seven States. . The Huts on the Battle Lines Are Little Heavens In The Pit of Hell Give Freely to 'the United War Work Campaign. V. e ' ' Maybe you can't fight;, hut yon can give to the United War Work Cam paign.-, - Brazil Now Coffee Center, . ' Arabia formerly supplied the world with coffee; later the West Indies, and then Java took the lead, to ht supplanted In turn by Brail, which now produces about threemoarters oi the world's supply and control ttM market, Ma Wads of Oantmardal- FrliUM vu tee uoansr sso, v.- FOR BALK FEED and Livery' Stable Hay and grain for sale. Red Front Barn, Peter Gravlln, Prop. IS FOR SALE 40 tons first class al falfa hay, baled, at the barn. C. D. Woolverton, Rogue River, Ore gon. .25 FOR SALE Maxwell truck In excel lent condition, little nsed, exceed ingly low price. See it at the Grants Pass Hardware Co. 12 FOR. SALE 50 acres of red soil on river chickens, cows or without Long terms, half mile from city,' $125 per acre. Address No. 1880 care Courier. 14 GOOD EAR CORN for sale at 2, cents per pound. Lathrop Bros. Phone C09-F-22. 14 FOR SALE One Avenr tractor. 5-10; one New Way gang plow, 12-incb; one gang dlae plow. In terchangeable to single; one irri gation outfit complete, 4-lnch pump direct connection to 10 h. p. motor, 8-inch and 6-inch pipe. Get particulars from F. D. Elsmann, Rogue River. ,14 FOR SALE Apples, 2nd grade, 26c to SI at the applehotfte, bring your boxes. Fancy, $1.60 to 2. f. 0. b. Grants Pass. Ten rarities. J. H. Robinson, Grants Pass, R. F. D. No. 4. 15 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn cockerels, 7-months old. c. Schaefers, Rd. 2,-lower river road. 21 FOR SALE Farm, 70 acres close ln must sell Will stock with sheep, cows or hogs, reasonable, pay menu long time. Address No. 1893 care Courier. it FOR SALE One South Bend malle able ateel range with hot water coll and pipe connection, 160. In quire 302 Sooth St., Corner D. 16 TO REST FOR HENT Cottage S21 Rome River Ave., three rooms and sleeping porch, good well and one- nair acre una, Darn, 14.50 per month. Key at 208 Foundry. 071f FOR RENT A modern five-room bungalow with sleeping' porch. 811 D street, phone S84-Y. 12 WATffTO WANTED Farm help. Steady Jobs, good pay. River Banks Farm, tf WANTED Ten or fifteen teams to haul lumber from Swede Basin to Waters Creek. A. L. Allen, 410 B street 14 "FWCTJfD. FOUND Masonic emblem. Owner can secure same at Courier office. ' - " 12 ftflSCELLANBOC JITNEY SERVICE Any where, any tims. Pbone Moefca Cafe. 181-R. Otto J. Knlps, Residence 149-Y. 2SS GENERAL AUTO repairing at reas onable rates, all work guaranteed. H. Cameron, 60S South Sixth street S5 PHOTO STUDIO THE PIOTURH MILL for tine photo graphs. Open daily except Sun day from 10 a. m. t 5 p. m. Sun day sittings by appointment only. Phone Mill. 283-R. or residence 14S-J . 67U The California and Oregon Coast Railroad Company TIME CARD . Daily except Sunday Effective May 1, 1918 Train Train 1 It. GranU Paa 1:60 p. B. S lv. Waters Creek 8: 01 p.m. All trains leave GranU Pass from the corner of O and Eighth streeU. opposiU the Southern Paclfle depot For all Information regarding freight and passenger service call at the office of the company, Lundbnrg building, or phone 131 tor same. - Gift Brought Punishment A young woman employed In the of' flee of a Kobe shipping house received from her millionaire employer a mm of money as a present on New Year's day. The girl took her fat wad of notes home. She was promptly thrash ed by her mother for stealing them and dragged to the office to apologise for the tbeft Explanation were made, but when they got home she . was ad monlshed once more for not stating her casa more el early .Japan Chron icle, AT i- 3. ntelepes at the eerier Oaoai VETERINARY RVKGEON DR. R. J. BESTUL. Veterinarian. 'Office, residence. Phone 10S-R. PHYSICIANS L. O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted. Office hours 9-12. 2-6, or on ap pointment Office phone 62, resi dence phone I59-J. a LOUOH&IDOE, M. D., Pbyaldau and surgeon. City or country calls attended day or alght Realdenw phone 169; office phone 182 .Sixth and H, Tuffs Bldg. DR. J. O. NIB-LET, Physician and sorgeoa. Lnndburg Bldg. HealUt officer. Office hours, to 11 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Phone 218-J. . A. WITHAM, M. D. Internal medicine and nervous diseases; OS Corbett Bldg., Portland, Ore. Hours 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. A. BURS ELL M. D. D. C. In block north of poetoff Ice, corner Sixth and D streets, surgical, electrical, chlropratlc and osteopathia treat menu. Office phone 197-R; resi dence phone 2S3-R. ATTOiUCEYB H. D. NORTON, Attorney-aUaw. Practice In all Stale and Federal Courts. First National Bank Bldg. COLVIO ft WILLIAMS. Attoraeye-st-Lsw, OranU Pass Banking Co, Bldg., Granu Pass, Oregeo. B. a. VAN DYKX. Attorney. Prac tice In all court First National Bank Bldg. O. 8. BLANCH A RD, ttorney at Law. Golden .Rule Building Phone 270. GranU Pass, Oregon. BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD, At' torneys. Albert Bldg. . Pbow 214-J. Practice in all eouru; law board attorneys. C. A. B IDLER,, Atternej-at-Law, ref eree In bankruptcy. Masonl temple, Granu Pass, Ore. DENTISTS E. a KACT. D. IL'D. - FtrstHUa dentistry. ioH South Sixth street Grants Pass. Oregon. ... DBAYAQB AND TRANSFER COMMERCIAL TRANSTUR CO. AS kinds of drayage and traaafe; work carefully and promptly dsn Phone 181-J. Stand at freight depot A. Shade, Prop. THE WORLD MOVES; so de w. Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. . Phone 297-R. F. Q. IS BAM. dravaaa and mirfi Safe, pianos and furaitar moved, packed, shinned and stor ed. Phono Clark ft Holntaa. No. SO. Residence phono 124-R. Batter Wsoataarat arte an ply with the law at the Coarler. National Mazda Lamps TTATINO too llltle light puu a strain on chil dren's vision that they may never outgrow! Why not have pleaty of ligb.IT Na- . tional MAZDA Lamps give three times the light ot old , fashioned , carbon ' lamp without adding a peany to your light bill. R:2se Ritcr Hardwae &. R. Rtddio, Mgr.