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GRANTS PAM DAILY COURIER PAQB THREE The Wardrobe . Cleaners Sift XOIITII HIXTII HTKKKT I'llOXK 117 We Call For HOW MANY! JffXL ,. lbOAT$CfiR X t UZ1 fc I f tw tAMlinilitlH. HmMrailMiiMMn, POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE with Itt lour hundred picture and four hundred article each month. Is bigger and better than ever. Our correspondent in all part of the world are continually on the watch for new and interesting thing for our readers. POPULAR MECHANICS MAOAZINK It FOR tALI BY ALL NEWSDEALERS AU them to therm you copy o send tOe for the lain km, poatpaid. YnHr tub. crtpUoa 12.00 la all pen of Us United State, iu pueesMiuns. Canada and Mexico. POPULAR MECHANICS MAOAZINK, N. MlehlsM Ave, ChkMO. Illtaete Yoi?ll -Get 'ItKKHING KKI'AIHI.Va and Deliver YOUiSEE? Spend the Money! the Most Out of It! Every year you spend a large proportion of the money you get. So much for clothing. So much for shoes. So much for things to eat, house furnishings, garden 6eeds and tools and what not. There's one sure way to get the most for your money. Know what you want before you go to buy. - - HEAD ADVERTISEMENTS. The'-advertisements you read will tell you what is new and good. They wilf give you the latest ideas and improvements. They will . help you to live better and dress better at less cost. t If you think of it, you'll be surprised at the world of interest and the wealth of news ideas you'll find in read ing advertisements." i Advertisements are the daily record of progress. They arc the report to you of the manufacturers and merchants who work for you, telling what has been accomplished for vour benefit. CANDIDATES MUST "DOLL Ur Will Have to Look Their Prettiest It They Expect to Find Favor With Woman Voter. It I not necessary to go away from home to 11 ih'1 either the Intent or best, regardless of what I wonted. Consider eyebrow urvlilng, for Instnut-e. A Jocal beauty mi Ion announce to the public tliMt It lor eyebrow arching, and ex plains tliHt thl operation "give the eye a deep, soulful expression with vrlNtlng charm." Eyebrow arching sdvlr for woman elector I more or leu superfluous. It I to the men, and more especially to the men who ssplr to public office, that thl beauty hint I directed. ThrouKhnut the coOntry women are getting the ballot on equal term with men. Women cannot vote In Indiana, but they are going to hav that prlvl lege before long. So many women have been enfrnnchliied that they now hold the balance of power In thl na tion. 8o tlio woman vote will be more and more a real political problem to the candidate. Home elector care little for the per sonal appearance of candidate, but most of them prefer a man of char acter, on who at leant la preventable. Candidate In the future will hav to bear thin In mind. It will be well. In order to match rival candidate, for each to have a good tnllor and an ad visory committee on the proper (bade of crhvats. Immaculate lluen will hav to be In every candidate' platform. The high arched eyebrow will be even more essential to candidate thn to the average woman. Doubtles tboie who hove political aspirations will be gin early, because eyebrow training take time. IndlAnapolla New. SUPPLYING WATER TO COWS During Winter 8eason Temperature Should Be Kept 15 to 20 Degrees Above Frees Ing, (Prepared by the United Btntes Depart ment of Aarlculturo.) PnrlnB the winter, when cow are stubled the greater part of the time, and unless arrangements have been mudv to keep water before them fell the time, they should be watered two or three timea a day. If possible, the water should be 15 to SO degree above the freezing point, and should be stiff piled at practically the sume tempus ture every day. Ml ERADICATE LICE AND MITES Sodium Fluorld Make an Effective Poader and Should Be Used Free ly U Kerosene. Prepared by the United Bute Depart ment of Agriculture.) The free uiie of an effective lice powder I alwuya In order. Sodium fluold make an effective lice, powder. In upplylng the powder bold the fowl by the feet, bead down, and work the Dusting Chicken With Sodium Fluorld a Most Effective Remedy for Lice and Mites. powder well down Into the feather. A dust buth la essential in ridding the fowls of lice. The free use of kerosene or crude petroleum on the roosts and in the cracks will exterminate mites. Whitewashing the interior of the bouse thoroughly once or twice a year helps to keep It sweet and clean. FOWLS FOR BREEDING STOCK Health and Vigor Must Be First Point ' to Keep fn Mind When Making Selection. Egps may be perfectly fertile and yet hatch unsatisfactorily, and the first consideration must be the produc tion of hatching eggs with strong virile, well-nourished germs. This can be done only by a careful selection, mating and niunegeuient ot tl'.! breed ing stock and affording the eggs the proper care after the; are laid. Health and vigor must be the. first points to keep In mind when selecting the breed ers. The rule that good seed must be used if one expects a successful crop Includes the chicken crop as well as those of grass and grain. The breed ing flock should Include only sound. ; healthy, well-fed stock, and all fowls that have at any time suffered from any serious illness or show any faults or defects, such aa crooked back of breast, 'hawk-bill or snake-head, pale face, rattling in throat, foreign growths upon any part of the body, leg weakness or string -bait should be promptly discarded. CHILLING OF MUCH BENEFIT Wet-Packed Poultry Arrives at Des tination In Poor Condition Slow Railroads Blamed. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) The chill room developed br the TJnlted States department of agricul ture for the preservation of poultry and eggs and to prepare thera for , transportation to market has proved of great advantage to small poultry pack ! era. Packers who have had to ship In less than carload quantities have found : that wet-packed poultry has spoiled In enormous quantities because of slow ! transportation "resulting from conges 1 tion on the railroads. Packers equip. ' ped with the small chill room I recommended by the department have 'found that poultry dry-chilled and I properly packed arrived at Its destlna- tlon in . good condition, while wet packed fowls in the same car were ' in bad order. It has been found also that tho method recommended by the government requires less ice than the lce-packlng process. ' Remarkable "Apology." An' attorney addressed the court as "gentlemen," Instead of "your hon ors," after he had concluded a brother of the bar reminded htm of Ills' error. He Immediately rose and npologlaed thus: "May It please the coort, In the hate of debate I called yer honors gentlemen, I made a mis take, yer honors, and humbly apolo tester' ' Classified Advertising FOB BALK FOR BALE Good ateam power plant for aaw mill or any pur poe. See J. J. Morton. 90tt FOR BALE One Jersey-Guernsey cow coming fresh In two week, $76; one mare and colt, $75; one teel wheel wagon with hay rack; on five passenger car at your own price. These have to' be sold so call and see me. P. E. Tangen, three miles weat of city on Cres cent City road. '03 FOR SALE CHEAP 40' acre. 6 miles from town on the Crescent City road. Mr. W. H. H. Taylor, 421 West L street. 25 FOR SALE 40 acre improved. eight acre in cultivation, house, barn, milk house, tool bouse, some good fruit tree, school ground adjoin place. Price, $800 if taken at once. Call or addres J. 8. Harvey, 850 North .Seventh street. 05 TO BENT FOR RENT Partly furnished cot tage at 321 Rogue River Avenue; three rooma and sleeping porch, good well and one-half acre of land, barn; $5.00 per month. Key at 402 Rogue River Ave. 07tf FOR RENT Two residences on North Seventh street. Will sell or trade for farm property. In quire Mr W. H. Qualf, 832 North Seventh street. 03 FOR PA: F -14001b, wn-V br-I". inc. iluts Inquire H. T. Cart, Wonder, Ore. Phone Wiiderville Central. .04 FOR SALE A 44-aere farm near Grants Pass nearly half mile river front, 20 acre ready for the plow, 24 acres in timber, good house and good well, 15 acres fenced with Page wire fence. Easy terms. Apply No. 332 care Courier. 04 WANTED CATTLE WANTED G. W. King, Montague: Cat. Will be at the Hotel Josephine tor a few days. 23 WANTED A altuatlon by exper ienced woman cook in logging camp. Inquire 1005 East J Sa, 04 WANTED Second; hand piano. Must be cheap. Address No. 344 care of Courier. " " 105 The California and Oregon . Coast Railroad Company TIME CARD Effective Nov. 19, 1818. Trains will run Tuesday, Thursdaj and Saturday Leave Grants Pass 1 P. M Arrive ftaters Creek 2 P. M. Leave Waters Creek 3 P. M Arrive Graats Paaa 4 P. M. For information, regarding freight and passenger rates call at the office t the company, Lundburg building, or telephone 181. " - Thrifly.shrewd.care- ful people make it a habit to read our clas sified ads Do you ? These ads. are mon ey savers and money makers. x Keep your eyes on them. LEAVES MAKE GOOD LITTER Not Advisable to Leave Them on Floor Too Lortg Throw Sweepings on Garden Patch. There Is no litter oetter than leaves, outside of clover or any of the dried grasses, - that fowls find nourishment In. But do not allow the leaves to lie too long on the floors, as the fowls pick-at them until they reduce many to almost dust Pack sway plenty in barrels, as you must be sparing of higher-priced scratching material, and throw the leaf sweepings on the gar den patch. MISCELLANEOUS JITNEY SERVICE Any where, any time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R. Otto J. Knlpa, Residence 148-T. 238 SECOND HAND gooda of every des cription bought and sold. A. J. Powers, 408 South 81zth street tf ANGEL CAKES 75c Phone 1J0-J. TIRES Used tires bought and sold. Auto Service Co. Phone 324-J, op posite Oxford hotel. 1$ E. L. GALBRAITH, insurance, rent sis a specialty. Acreage, Building and Loans. 609 O street, Launer'a old location. tf ELECTRIC WIRING and general electrical work, repairing, house wiling. C. C. Harper, 815 North Sixth street, phone 47. tf HEMSTITCHING and plcotlng at 10 cents a yard All work guaran teed. The Vanity Shop, Medford, Ore. 152 PHOTO STUDIO THE PICTURE MILL for tine photo- grapha. Open daily except Sun day from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sun day Bitting by appointment only. Phone Mill, 283-R, or residence 140-J. 57t MUSICAL INSTRUCTIOW a. MacMURRAT Teacher ot sing ing. Write or apply at 71( Lee Street. C(tt PHYSICIANS U O. CLEMENT. M. D., Practice limited to diseases ot the eye, etr. nose and throat. Glasses fitted. Office hours 8-12, 2-5, or on ap pointment Office phone 62. resi dence phone 35 9-J. 8. LOUGHRIDGE. M. D.. Phyakaaa aud surgeon. City or country calls attended day or night Residency phone 869; . office phone 181 Blxth and H, Tuffs Bldg. A. A. WITHAM. M. D.-Internal medicine and nervous - diseases: 08 CorbeU Bldg., Portland, Ore Hours 10 to 12 anm.; 2. to 4 p. m. DENTISTS E. C. MACY.-D. M. D. F1rt-la dentistry. 109 H South Sixth street. Grants Paaa. Oregon. VETERINARY SURGEON DR. R. J. BESTUL, Veterinarian. Office, residence. Phone 306-R. DR. C. E. JACKSON, D. M. D., sue-, ceasor to Dr. Bert Elliott. Over Golden Rule Store. Phone 6. DRAYAQE AND TRANSr h.11 COMMERCIAL-TRANSFER CO Al kind ot drayage and transfe. work carefully and promptly don Phone 181-J. Stand at freight depot A. 8hade. Prop. THE, WORLD MOVES; ao do we. Bunch Bro. Transfer Co. Phone 887-JL T. Q. ISHAM. drayage and transfer, Safea, pianos and furniture moved, packed, ahlppcd and stor ed. ' Office phone 124-Tt, denoe phone, 124-R. .' ATTORNEYS H. D. NORTON, Attorney-t-taw. PracUoea la all State and Federal Court. First National Bank Bldg. OOLVIO WILLIAMS, Attorneya-at-Layr, Graaia Paaa Banking Co. Bldg.. Granta Paaa. Oregon. E. 8. VAN" DTKB, Attorney. Prac tise in all court. First National Bank Bldg. O. 3. BLANCH ARD, Attorney at Law. Golden Rule Building Phone 270. Grants Pass, Oregon. BLANCHARD BLANCHARD. At torneys, Albert Bldg. rnosx JI6-J. Practice In all courU; lam board attorneys. C. A. SIDLER, Attorney-at-Law, ref eree In bankruptcy. Masonl temple, Grants Paas, Ore. OEO. H. DURHAM, attorney at taw. referee In bankruptcy, Masonle Temple, Graats Paaa, Ore. Phone 185J. JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer, First National Bank building, Grants Pass, Oregon. CJESTIMLIS 2 1 "" M tlS KH SOLD BY D&lMtSIS EVtRTWHERE fcv . X