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DAILY WMCI OTE OOCR1KB Classified Advertising : C-mL ill Ik MrMmi IRK 1 :--? -?35 lfff 11 rv v-nf vuf Gee! I wish there was something I could do!" "HCTHEN you think of what the boys "over there" are doing VV to help the great cause of freedom, wouldn't you just give anything to be there and help them? Wouldn't you fairly jump at the chance to do anything in the world to back up the men that are fighting? .. y A : , , You can't, be, there yet, of course, but there is a place' for a i boy who wants to help . pur country, a place where he can show, the stuff he is made of as well as he could over in France. : !'v i There is , a new opportunity for boys who want to do their share to ward winning the war. It is called the Victory Boys. Its motto is, aA million boys behind a million fighters." The organizations for which the Victory Boys are working provide the soldier with his movie theatre, his church, his club, his store where he buys the little everyday things feed him;, when i he,, is . tired, they comfort him. When you enroll with the Vc tory Boys, you pledge yourself to go out and earn money for this great work that the soldier needs so much. Ask your neighbors for odd jobs. Tell them of the great cause you are working for. If you can pledge yourself to earn $20, remember that for five months you are taking care of one soldier your soldier. v.- ' Wear the Victory Boys button it is a badge of honor. It means that you are doing everything in your power to help your country" he needs. When he is hungry, they to victory. ' For further Information inquire at the Victory Boys Division of your local committee for the r& - UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN FOB BALK FEED and Liver? Buble Hay and grain for Ml. Red Front Barn, Petr Orarlln, Prop. i6 FOR BKLE (0 tons flrct elan al falfa bar. baled, at the barn. C. D. Woolverton, Rogue Rlrer, Ore gon. 28 FOR SALE Applet, 2nd grade, 26c to $1 at the applebouae, bring your boxee. Fancy, fl.SO to 12. f. o. b. Grant Pas. Tea rarities. J. H. Roblnaon, Grants Pass, R. T. D. No. 4. 15 FOR 8ALE Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn cockerels, 7-montbs old. C. Scbaefers, Rd. 2, lower rlrer , road. 21 FOR SALE Farm, 70 acres close in must sell. Will stock with sheep, cows or hogs,' reasonable, pay ments long tfme. Address No. 1893 care Courier. 16 FOR SALE One 8outh Bend malle able steel range with hot water coll and pipe connection, $60. In quire 802 Sooth St., Corner D. 16 FOR SALE Horse, hack and bar ness, call at 502 Bridge street Mrs. W. M. Turner. 18 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Chester White weaned pigs, 86. H. E. Gordon, Rt. 2, Grants Pass. 19 120 ACRES O. It C. relinquishment, one-fourth mile from the Gebers school house on Crescent City highway, 40 acres lereL Price 8175. IU A. Lanner, realtor. 19 1917 CHEVROLET with demount able rims for sale. Is in best run ning condition. M. J. Barker, 207 West C street. ! Phone 196-R. 88 TO BXST FOR RENT Cottage ' 321 Rogue Rirer Are., three rooms and sleeping porch, good well and one half acre land, barn, $4.50 per month. Key at 208 Foundry. 07tf WASTED WANTED Room and board for el derly gentleman. Phone 32-R. ' ' ' ' v istf WANTED Teamster for farm work. Apply H. E. Gordon, Rt. 2, Grants Pass. ' ' " 19 WANTED A water tank about 800 or 1,000 gallons. H. C. Lawton. Phone 347-Y, Rd. 4. '-" 15 M1SCKLLANBOUH JITNEY SERVICE Aay where, any time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R. Otto J. Kalps, Residence 149-T. 28$ GENERAL AUTO repairing at reas onable rates, all work guaranteed. H. Cameron, 506 South Sixth street. 35 HEMSTITCHING and picoting done to order. Handicraft Shop. Med ford, Ore. ' 38 PHOTO STCIHO THE PICTURE MILL for fine photo graphs. Open4 daily except Sun day from 10 a. m. te 5 p. m. Sun day sittings by appointment oaly. Phone Mill, 283-R, or residence 140 J. 57U The California and Oregon Coast Railroad Company TIMB CARD Dally except Sunday Effective May 1, 1118 Train 1 lr. Train 8 lr. Grants Paas 1:00 p. Waters Creek 8:08 p. All trains leare Grants Pass fro si the corner of G and Eighth streets, opposite the Southern Paclflo depot. For all information regarding freight' and passenger serrloe call at the office ot the company, Luadbsrt building, or phone. 181 tor same. 1 Who are the boya that will pat the pin in Kaiser BiU? You know who they or. , Give them mora power to their anna by potting the United War Work Cam. -' paif oyer the top. VETERINARY W KG EON DR. R. J. BE8TUL, Veterlnarlaa, Office, resldsnce. Psoas 308-R. PHYSICIANS L. O. CLEMENT. M. D., PraeUoa limited te diseases of the eye, ear, , see and throat. Glasses fitted. Office hours 8-12. 8-5. or on ap-. . polntment. Office phone 62, resi dence phone 8(9-. S. LOUQH&IDQS, M. U.. PhysWiaa and aurgeon. City er eenntry calls attended day or sight." Residence phone 869; office phone 188 Sixth and H. Tuffs Bldg. DR. J. O. NIBLEY, Physician and surgeoa. Lnndburg Bldg. Health officer. Office hours. 9 to II a. m. and 1 to I p. m. Phone I10-J. A, A. WITHAM, M. D. Internal medicine and nerrous diseases; 903 Corbett Bldg., Portland. Or. Hours 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. A. BURS BILL M. D. D. C In block north of postofflce, corner Stxta and V streets, surgical, electrical, chlropratlc and osteopathio treat ments. Office phone 197-R; reel dence phone 833-R. ATTORNEYS H. D. NORTON, AUoraey-at-law. ' Practleee la all SUte and Federal Courts. First National Bank Bldg. OOLVIO It WILLI AM8, Attorneys atrLew, Grants Pass Banking Co, Bldg., Grants Pass, Oregeo. K. B. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prae Uoa la all court. First Natlomal Bask Bldg. O. 8. BLANCHARD, .ttorney at Law. Golden , Rnle Building Phone 370. Grants Pass, Orsgon. BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD. At torneys. Albert Bldg. Phoe-386-J. Practice la all courts; law board attorneys. a A. SIDLE R, Atterney-at-Law, ref eree la bankruptcy. Masonle temple. Grants Pass. Ore. . DENTISTS E. a MA.CT, D. M. D. Ptrstase dentistry. 109 H 8onth Uxts street. Grants Pass. Orsgsn. DRAYAGB AND TRANSKIOf COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Ai kinds of drayage and - transfe. work carefully and promptly deae Phone 181-J. Stand at freight depot. A. Shade, Prop.' THB WORLD MOVES: so da w. Bunck Bros. Transfer Co. Ptoea 897-R. F. G. ISHAM. drarace and tranafer-. Safes, siaaoa and furaltnre mored) packed, snipped and stor ed. Phone Clark It Holmaa. No. 50. Resides cs phone 134-R. ' - r r iimwu vw ply wtU the law. at the Coarier. - - National Mazda Lamps TT AYINQ too lltUe light , puts a strain on chll , dren's vision that they may nerer outgrow! Why not hare plenty ot HghtT Na tional MAZDA Lamps gire ' three times the light of old ' fashioned carbon lamps without adding a penny to .; your light bill. Rigue Rirer Hardware iGee. R. RMdHe, Mgr. .. '.''r''