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GRANTS PAHS DAILY COURIER
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. 1019.
FOH HA 1 .10 CIIKAP-4.0 acros, fl
in llim (rnm town on the Crescent
City road. Mrs. W. II. II. Taylor,
421 Went Ij street, ' 2G
TlATCIlINO EUUH--8. C. WblW Log
. horn. Mont of winter layer.
I1.&0 per setting of IS. 17 In
100 lot. K. lUinmerbii'lmr,
phono 608-F-23, tt. F. 1). No. 2. If
PLYMOUTH UOCK eggs for hatrh
Ing, 16 egg for $1. Mm. A. J.
Croon, phono 6H-F-2. 25
FOR SALIC-70 arm miles
from town, 40 aoros cloared. Cash
or attraiilvo tonus. For further
parth'iilari see. Isaac Itiwtt. 27
FOIl SAM-: Fine grodu horford bull
onn your old: second hand 8 14
wagon; Rood saddle. Address
Alomo Jonos, phono C03-K-ai. 27
roil BAlsE 10 acres 3 miles from
olty, 3 acres Tokay grapes, good
garden, Rood bulldlngii, 6 -room
house, small barn, otc. Call t02
Bridge Bt., or address 1, O. Box
152, Grants Pnas, Ore. 4H
FOKSAI.E White Leghorn and
Ititrrml Jlo-k obks from hens with
lnylng rocords. Kastern stork, 11
per sotting of 1&. I.ulhor llobln
son, Rt. 4, Grants Pass. i!K
roil HAl.K -14 head coming two
year stork eattio. (Jood color and
condition. Address C. O. (Jarrett,
Olendalo, Ore. 2&
NEW HATS and hosiery at Mrs. H
R. Burton's. Oiollo courthouse, 1
407 North Sixth street. 28
FOR BALK- Minnesota No. IS seed
corn at 6c per pound. H. S. Watts,
Murphy. Ore. 29
WILL SELL to highest bidder, either
rash or payments, lota 1 and 2
Lundburg addition. Make, offer.
Address N. ti. Pike. 343 Wash
ington, St., Portland, Ore. 29
FOR RENT Modorn houso, semi-1
furnlHhi'd or unfurnished. 1324
Bast A street. Mrs. A. J. Klorkor.
Modford. Oro. S022
FOR RENT Furnished 5-rooin cot
age. Inquire of O. P. Jester.
Orants Pasa Hank. 27
FOR RENT Well furnished home,
739 North Sixth atroot. Inquire
V of O. H. Keeterson. 23tf
FORTY ACRES on IOuso creek for
rent. I will furnish seed If ne
neesary, also one horse and 50
chickens, plows and cultivator,
four oowb and two plus. Como and
see R. Tlmmons for particulars at
608 L street. 23tf
TO TRADE Two houses and 6 lots
In Dundee, Yamhill county. Ore.,
27 miles south of Portland, one
block from S. P. depot for 6 or
' 7 room house In Orants Pass. Ap
ply 215 West I street. 42
WANTED Man and wire at small
mining camp. Man for work
about mine and wife to do cook
ing. Address 464 Courier. 27
EIGHT MEN wanted for farm work;
houses for families. Rlvor Banks
WANTED to rent for two months, a
Ford In good running condition.
State price. Address J. H. McFar
land, 747 North Tenth street. 26
.MAN WITH GASOLINE- spray outfit
wants work. Address Thos. Moore,
. Gold Hill, Ore. 27
WANTED About two do7.cn White
or Brown Leghorn hens. Address
, W. L. Hart, P. O. Box 680, Grants
Pass, Ore. 28
WANTED Two men to work on
larm at 32.50 per day with board
and lodging. Address B. F. Watts,
Murphy, Ore. 25
35 ACRES Irrigated land, mile
from city on lower. river road, for
lonao on shares. Phone 224-R or
write Box 30, Rd. No. 2. 25
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
Kff-cflve Nov. 19, 1918
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
Leave Grants Pass v....l P. M
Arrive Waters Creek 2 P. M
Leave Watur Creek ... 3 P. M
Arrive Orants Pass 4 P. M
For Information regarding freight
mid passenger rates call at the office
of the compuny, Lpndburg building,
or telephone 131.
JITNEY SWIIVICK Any where, any
time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-11
Otto J. Knlpa, Ilesldonre 14'J-Y
ANUEI, CAKES 7&c. I'hono 190-J
TIRES Used tires bought and sold
Auto Borvlce Co. Phone I24-J, op
posite Oxford hotel. 20lf
isTLT G ALU HA IT II," I nsu rane'erren t
als a specialty.. Acreage, Building
and liOans. 809 O street, Launer's
old location. tf
ELECTRIC- WlltlNU and general
electrical work, repairing, house
wiring! C. C. Harper, 315 North
Sixth street, phone 47. tf
HEMSTITCHING and picollng at 10
cents a yard All work guaran
teed. The Vanity Shop, Medford,
IF YOl! IIAVK a flat roof, either
gravel or patent roofing, that
leaks, see me. I have the dope
that will fix It. W. R. Barnntt,
corner Fourth and F street. 25
TUB PICTURED MILL, for tine photo
graphs. Open dally except Bun
day from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Bun
day sittings by appointment only.
Phona Mill, 2H3-R. or resident
E. C. MACY, D. M. IT Flrst-las
dentistry 109 H South 8lxt)
street. Grants Pass, Oregon.
DR. C. K. JACKSON, D. M. D., suo
ressor to Dr. Bert Klllott. Orel
Goldon Rulo Store. Phone (.
VKTF.IUNAltV HI 11GKON
DR. R. J. BESTUL, Veterinarian
Office, residence. Phone S0&-R
I. O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practle
llmltod to diseases of the eye, ear.
nose and throat. Glasses Otter,
Office hours 9-12, 2-6, or 00 ap
polntmenL Office pbooe 62, real
dence phone 1 59-J.
ft. LOUOHR1DCJK. M. D., Pbysicia'
and surgeon. City or country call
attended day or night. Resldenr
phone 169; office phone 18!
Sixth and 11. Tuffs Bldg.
A. A. WITH AM, M. D. Interns
medicine and nervous disease?
(03 Corbett Bldg., Portland, Or
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. in
DRAYAGK AND TRANKM-.lt
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. A
kinds of drayage and transit
werk carefully and promptly don
Phone 181-J. Stand at freigh
depot. A. Shade, Prop.
THE WORLD MOVES; so do wt
Ruooh Bros. Transfer Co. Phon
r. G. ISHAM, drayage and transf'
Safes, llanos and furnltur
moved, packed, shipped and stoi
ed. Office phone 124-Y.
dence phone, 124-R.
H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-las
Practioes In all State and Federa
Conrta. First National Bank Bldi
COLVIO ft WILLIAMS, Attorneyi
at-Law, Grants Pass Banking Cc
Bldg., Grants Pass, Oregon.
E. 8. VAN DYKE. Attorney. Prae
tios In all court. First Natlona
O. S. BLANCHARD, Attorney at
Law. Golden Rule Bulldlni
Phono Grants Pass, Oregob
BLANCHARD & BLANCHARD. A
torneys, Albert Bldg. Phor
236-J. Practice In all courts; lau
C. A. SIDLER, Attorney-at-Law, ret
eree In bankruptcy. Masoni
temple, Grants Pass, Ore.
GEO. II. DURHAM, attorney at law
referee In bankruptcy, Masonic
Temple, Grants Pass, Ore. Phone
JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer,
First National Bank building
Grants Pass, Oregon.
Classified Ad Kate
Classified advertising in the Dally
Courier will be charged tor at the
rate of 6 conts par line per issue un
less paid in advance. The rate, of
23 words at 60 cents per week docs
not provide for bookkeeping, post
age on statements mailed, etc. Here
tofore we have permitted occasional
charges at the cheap rates but, no
All kinds of Ooramerolal Prlntins
at the Courier Of floe.
MANY men snd women are suffering'
because Ihcy sre treating effects
liutrsd of removing causes.
Why bother with llulment snd
lotlom for rhcumstie palm, backache,
stiff oinu, tore muscles, biliousness,
nervousness, floslingspecks In the vision,
dullness, puffy pouches under the eyes,
or other symptoms of kidney trouble
when the kidneys can be made well snd
strong, thus removing the cause of the
htv ba um4 lor kidney trouble end blftdder
)imBU bf mo svid women with tucct lor
many vcra11try estm togmt rittht at lb root
ol tfm iroubto, Intifrtf tng and MrmttbtmifUL
bfillfil mud Ahni weak, or, or diordrsi
ktdnyt and blulder. 1 hy bp b ktdnyo
throw CHat ol tb blood tb wmm and pottooa
Ittstt cium tb tytDptooM ol kiduey crowbls.
O. W. Wltlnir. 28? Dutaa Vbt. 8u
Anlonlo, Teiai., write: "I hav auffcrtNl mora
or with ktdney and bU Jdrr trouble ff tha
NMt tea yean. 'I lie only rbtni I have ever hea
able ta irt ralUt fiom waa Kuley Kidney Pilla.
I earnestly recMaincnd I hem 10 any 00 auffer
Inf Irani kidney or bUd4r Utmble,
One of the first white men snd In
all probability the first British subject
to make his abode In territory com
prised within the boundaries of the
province of New Hninswlck, Canada,
was John Gyles, who was cnrrled from
the southern Itrltlxh colonies to the
.wilderness of the vslley of the 8L
John river by marauding bands of In
diana, Thorough Mourning.
The Sitka widow, when sho has to
put on mourning, paints the upper part
of her face a deep black.
flast thou attempted grestnessl
Then go on ; lun'k-turiilng sluckvns res
' Mothers Should see that the
hole family take at least 3 or 4
doses of a thoro, purifying, system
cleaning medicine this spring. Now
Is the time. The family, will be
healthier, happier, and get along
better If thn blood Is given a thoro
purifying, tho stomach and bowels
cleaned out, snd the germs of Winter
accumulated In the system, driven
way. Holllster's Rock Mountain
Tea Is one of the very best and surest
spring medicines to take, uet it ana
see the difference In the whole fam
ily. Their color will bo better, they'll
feel fine and be well and happy.
Sabln's Drug Store. Adv.
THE PRAISE CONTINUES
Everywhere We Hear tiootl Reports
of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Grants Pass Is no exception. Every.
setlon of the 1. S. resounds with
praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. - Fifty
thousand persons are giving testi
mony in their home newspapers. The
sncerlty of these witnesses, the tact
that they live so near, Is .the best
proof of the merit of Doan's. Here's
a Grants Pasa case.
William Harvey, 621 N. Eighth
St., says: I have never round a
medicine for backache and other kid
ney disorders so reliable as Doan's
Kidney Pills. They did one of my
family so much good that I used
them. I had fine results and I have
always taken Doan'a Kidney Pills
since when I have felt the need of
a kidney medicine. I have received
Just as good results as I did the first
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Harvey had. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
MtgTS., Buffalo. N. T.
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PREVENTION IS ALWAYS BEST
Timely Measures Properly Applied Of-
far Surest Means of Control Kill
ing Often Advisable.
(Prepared by Uiv United Blates Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Poultry raisers who wait until dis
ease appears In the flock and then
prepare to make a defensive attack
are likely to be successful only In rare
i fuses. By fir the best plan is to
care for the flock In such a way that
disease will not appear. The aim in
controlling the diseases of poultry Is,
they add, to leiiru how to prevent
them rather Uiun how to cure.
To eullKhten poultry owners as to
the characteristics of the more Impor
tant diseases In order that they may
Intelligently use the most Improved
methods of combutlng them Farmers'
Bulletin 0.r.7, "Important Poultry Dis
eases," has recently been published by
the department The causes, symp
toms, from aspergillosis (brooder pneu
monia) to worms, are given In this
As all poultry Is susceptible to many
diseases, some of which are highly In
fectious and resist all efforts of treat
ment, the bulletin suggests that when
birds become sick it la often the best
plan to kill them. The greater the
Dumber of birds kept upon any fnrrn
or plot of ground, and the more they
are crowded together, the more Impor
tant are the measures for excluding,
eradicating, und preventing the devel
opment of the causes of disease.
When iHseune appears among poul
try the fowls tin ulJ be removed from
the poultry yard and a good coining
of freshly slukcd lime should be ap
plied to the entire surface of the
ground, according to the bulletin. Af
ter a few days It should be plowed and
then cultivated .three or four times at
Intervals of a week and finally sowed
with oats, rye or other grain. It Is
best to Iruve the ground unoccurletf by
fowls until the winter has passed. Af
ter the fowls have been returned the
premises must be frequently cic-aiied
and occasionally disinfected.
The drinking fountains and feed
troughs must be washed every week
with boiling water or other disinfect
ant, and If any lice or mites are found
' :i the birds or lu the house the roosts
i.nd adjoining parts of the walls should
be painted with a mixture of kerosene.
one quart, and crude carbolic acid or
crude creosol, one teacupful. The
Dry, Well-Ventilated ,and Lighted
Houses Promote Health In Poultry
bouse may be whitewashed with fresh
Iy slaked lime or. sprayed with kero
sene emulsion. In case of an actual
outbreak of a virulent disease It Is
well to add to each gallon of the white
wash six ounces of crude carbolic acid.
Good disinfectants destroy the germs
of contagious diseases, the external
parasites, such as lice and mites, and
In some cases the eggs of parasitic
worms, and should be used frequently
In and about the poultry house.
PLAN FOR MARKETING EGGS
Infertile Product Will Withstand Coiv
ditiona Much Better Than Fen.
tile Ship Often.
(Prepared by the United ptates Depart
merit of Agriculture.) -
Market white-shelled and brown
ahellcd eggs In eepnrato packages.
When selling eggs to the country
uiercluint or cash buyei Insist that the
transaction be on the quality basis.
Ship or deliver eggs at least twice
or throe times weekly.
Small or dirty eggs should be used
When taking eggs to market they
should be protected from the sun's
Infertile eggs will withstand mar
keting conditions much, better than
Theoretically Still at War.
Although France und Mexico are os
tensibly, at pence, a state of war still
exists, theoretically, between the two
nations, for after Maxlmll!An's execu
tion In 1807, the French withdrew their
armies from Mexico, but never signed
j t -. ' i ( s"
WsJIucu t'ouliuit (ieln' I liovuliites
Fort do Tavunnes, France,
February 23rd, lili.
A year ago today I heard the big
guns for the first time and it has!
been ''Soine Year" for me, and
"what I mean," is that 1 am ready
to come home risbt now.
Have Just returned from a week
end with our company and mail
canre 'while I waa there but none
from the West. While there I saw
a basketball gam;e between A and B
companies in which we won 37 to 5.
In the evening tbey had a show In
the German Opera Houso (our mess
hall), -which consisted of quite a pro
gram of various kinds. The first
was a quartette from the 13th Engi
neers which was good, then a couple
of "Y" girls, piano and soprano so
loists, which waa fine. This was
followed by a Scotch comedian who
sure was great. It waa a good show
throughout and quite a pastime for
one who had not seen the likes tor
a couple or three months.
I received the box of candy from
Uncle Arthur from England yester
day and it was pretty well worn out.
I got some good tastes of chocolates
out of it, however. There waa a cor
ner torn out of it, and part of the
contents missing, but as it has been
on its way since the middle of De
cember, it is a wonder there was
The latest dope about coming
home is that we sail between March
14th and 20th, but there ia also
some other dope that is Interesting, i
We are to be relieved in this sector i
this, week by some of the 20th En-1
glneers either to go to Germany, to j
Bordeaux to build roads, or home
and I'm hoping for the latter but
guess the Bordeaux rumor. That
appears the most feasible to me at
Am sending the Stars and Stripes
this week with a couple of Highway
men enclosed, and have sent several
clippings recently which I hope you '
receive. Am aleo enclosing some
prints taken last July and August.
Wish you would have Rowell print
some of the films which the French-
man sent from Paris and send them
to' me as I never had a chance to
have them printed. They were de-
reloped in Aix hy a Frenchman and
are not extra good, hut I would like
to see the prints.
Did you ever receive the allotment
of $15 which started with my Sep
tember pay? Let me know when you
With lots of love" WALLACE
BEX W. COUTAKT.
Company A, 23 Engineers,
Amerlran Ex. Forces, France.
What She Was.
Dorothy was boasting to her young
er sister about where she had been
when she was a year old, Margaret,
naturally, anxious to know how this
concerned her, Inquired : "Where waa
I then?" Dorothy's reply was crush
ing. "When I was a year old, yon
were nothing yon were a piece of
Is Your Home Really
Perhaps you have a boose) with strictly modern plumbing and heat
ing. Do you realize that unless it Is wired for an ELECTRIC
ItAXGE you have neglected the most valuable and. up-to-date fea
ture of all? ,
Our combined LIGHTING, COOKING AND HEATING BATE la not
expensive. This is an itemised statement of one of our custlmers
with five children and two adults, whose installation consist of a
STANDARD ELECTRIC RANGE AND LIGHTS: '
K. W. H.
Compare this with the bills that you are now paying
MAKE YOVR HOME MODERN
California-Oregon Power Company
Telephone us for details
Phone 108-J Grants Pass, Oregon
IS THE BEST
THE 51k SIZE
Every Can Guaranfeed
Abo PaektJ in
' 3 andl-lb. Can
First to Teach Deaf Mutes.
The first American institution' for
; "e eaucaaon of tue deal and dumb
1 L J? "Th f T '
. l)r Thnmai H nallBun( what
Krt ,n oKtf-iri. i
I avau iu a uiiauniaum jsssKia sKgv
He .- ..w.t.rt .t t.i. ,a .t
Andorer Theological seminary, aad
it was his Intention to enter the mla-
Istry. Before leaving Andover, hew
ever, he had decided to devote his
life to the Instruction of deaf mates,
for whom no provision had been made
anywhere in America. He remained
at the head of the Hartford Institu
tion from 1817 until 1830, when 111
health forced his retirement The
first systematic attempt to Instruct
the deaf and dumb in Europe was
made In 1570 by Pedro de Ponco, a
Benedictine monk of Spain. The first
British Institution of this kind was
opened in Edinburgh In 1773.
The fact thut mountain laurel
! looms on three great national holl
Inys. Memorial day, Flag day and
I'ourth of July, Is one reason why tho
Notional Federation of Women's clubs
advocates that flower tor the national