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(JUAXTS VAHH DAILY COURIER PA3E runy.v Classified KUU HAI.K HATCHING EGOS 8. C. White Leg horns. Host of winter layers. fl.SO por letting ot It- I? In 100 lot. K. Hemmerbacher. phone 60C-y-23, R. F. No- tt FOR BALK 10 acres 1 Utile froin city. S aoros Tokay grapes, food garden, food building, 6-room house, mull burn. to. Call 102 Bridge St., or addroas P. O. Box, 153. Grants ros, Ore. " FOR 8 A IJC Minnesota No. 13 seed oorn at 5c per pound, n. B. Watt. Murphy, Ore. . 29 WIU, BKUU to highest bidder, either cash or payments, lots 1 and 2 Lundburg addition. Make offer. Address N. 0. Ilko, 343 S Wash ington, St., Portland, Ore. . 29 FOR BALE 1 Imisehold "goods78lx hole range In tine condition: re frigerator; tine bookcase, glnsa front; parlor chairs, etc. A few farming tools, pitch forks, scythe, coop etc. Harrow, light wagon, buggy. (154 North Eighth street, phone ltl-R. 31 FOR BALE 70 acres of choice Isnd on banks of Rogue river, one-half ' mile from city. Part (bluck, aandy loam, balance red sol). Some cosh, liberal terms. Quick deal. Priced to sell. No. 6E7 care Courier. 31 TKAM 9 nnd 10 years old, also her- ness and wsgon for salo. Sell all or part. Call 712 North Eighth or phone 13-L. 28tf TO RKNT FORRBN:r Modern house, semi furnlshcd or unfurnished. 1324 East A street. Mrs. A. J. Klockor. Medford. Oto. 8022 FORTY ACRK8 on Iue creek for rent. I will furnish seed If no reesary, also one horse and 50 chickens, plows and eulUvstor, four cows and two pigs. Come and see R. Tlmmona for particulars at 60S L street. 23tf FOR RK.NT A 6-room cottage, nice ly furnished, garage, .electric lights, etc., 009 A street. Seo N. E..Towusend. 621 A street. - 31 KolFltKNT Good, clean and airy rooms for rent cheap; olther by day, week or month. Phone 327-R or call at 323 C street. ' 29 TO EXCHANGE TO TRADE Two houses and 5 lots In Dundoe, Yamhill county, Ore., 27 miles south of Portland, one block from 3. P. depot for 6 or 7 room hotisa lit Grants Pass. Ap ply 215 West 1 street. 42 EXCHANGE House and lot In Long Reach, Cat;, for house 'In Grants Psss. - Address E. E. Manchard, Albert building, phone 236-J. 54 DRAYAGK AND THA-i.l COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO..A kinds of drayage and transf werk carefully and promptly ion Phone 181-J. Stand at freigr ttepot. A: 8hade, Prop. THE WORLD MOVES; so do we Bunch Bros Transfer Co. Phon' , 397-R. F. Q. I8HAM, drayage and trsnsf" Safes, ilanos and- furnitur moved.' packed, shipped and stn d. Office phone 124-Y.. nl dence phone, 124-R. ATTORN FYS H. D. NORTON, Attomey-at-la Practices In all State and Feder Courts. First Nstlonsl Bank bid. OOLVIQ ft WILLIAMS, -Attorney ' at-Law, Grants Pass Banking C Bldg., Grants Psss. Oregon. bTb'. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prat ' tloe In all court.- First Nations Bank Bldg. O: S. BLANCHARD, Attorney at Law. Oolden Rule Bulldlni Phono 270. Grants Pass, Oregon BLANCHARD & BLANCHARD, It tornoys, Albert Bldg. Phon Z36-J. Practice In all courts; Ian - linUrd attorneys. ) C. A. 8IDLER, Attorney-at-Law, rel . cr?o la bankruptcy. , Masoul temple. Grants Pass, Ore. v GEoTiiTdURHAM, attorney at taw, referee In bankruptcy, Masonic Templo, Grants Prsb, Ore. Phone 15-J. JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer, First National Bank building, Grants Pass, Oregon. VKTKItlXAUV SI i;inv DR. R. -J. BE8TUL," Veterinary Office,., residence. Phone .in-H Advertising MIHl'EMiANKOl'M JITNEY BKUVICE Any where, any lime. Phone Mocbo Cafe 181-H Otto J. Knlps, . Residence 149-Y 23 TIRES Usod tires bought and sold Auto Service Co. Phone 324-J, op posite Oxford hotel. 20tf OToALBHAmin sis a specialty. Acreage, Building and Loans. 609 O street, Lauaer't old location. ' tf ELECTRIC WIRING and general electrical work, repairing, bouse wiring. C. C. Harper, 216 North Sixth street, phone 47. tf IIKMSTlTCIIINq and plcotlng at 10 cents a yard All work guargn- " teed. Tho Vanity Shop, Medford, Ore. ' 162 DANCK at Rogue River, Oregon, April S,. 1911. Muslo by Frultdale Orchestra. 30 IF YOU WANT to soil your pro perty; If you want to buy proper- r ty; If you want food loans; If you want any service that a realty man can render. See McKlnstry, 608 O street. . 25U ANGEL CAKES 76c. Phone 190-J USB THE WHITE! LINK TAXI for prompt service. City and country trips. Safety first. Call the Spa confectionary, phono 262-R; resi dence phone 320-R W. O. White. 183 TWO VACANCIES at the Medford Sanitarium, for reliable girls to como Into training. Apply to Mrs. A. W. Foote, superintendent of nurses. ' 29 INSURANCE or all kinds. .See Isaac Rest . 31 ELECTRIC WIRING House wiring, motors Installed and repaired. . Phone 242-L. Joe A. Policy.- 63 PHOTO 8TUIHO THE PICTURE MILL for tine photo . graphs. ' Open .dally except 8 'to duy from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sun - day sittings by appointment only Phono Mill. 2KS-R; 6r resident - 140-J. I7tt DENTISTS B. C. MACY. D. M. U. Flrat-las dentistry 109 South Stiv street. Grants Past, Oregon. . C. E. JACKSON, D. M. D successor to Dr. Bert Elliott Over Golden Rule Store. - Phone 6. Residence Phone 15 a-J. ." , PHYSICIANS L. O. CLEMENT. M. - D., Prsrttr , limited to diseases of the v'ye. " noes., snd throat Glasses Btt"" Office hours 9-12."' 3-6, or on si ' polntment.' Office phone t. res' denoe phone 1 5 9-J. . f I.Ol'OHRIDGE. M. D . Pbraicte snd surgeon. City or country cal attended day or night. Reald.ni phone 169; office phone in Bltth and II. Tuffs Bldg. a. A. WITHAM. M. D. Interns medicine 'and nervous diseases 103 Cor belt Bldg., Portland. On 1 Hours-10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 p. m The California and Oregon Coast Railroad Company TIME CARD . Effective Nov. 19, 1918. Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday ' ; and Saturday Leave Grants Pass. L P. M Arrive Waters Creek . 2 P. M Leave Waters Creek .3 P. M Arrive Grants Psss ..4 P. M For Information regarding freight and passenger rates call at the offlc ot the company, -Lundburg building, or telephone 131. -t- , Mothers Should ' see that ' the A-hola family take at least 3 or 4 doses ot a thoro, purifying, system cleaning medicine this spring. Now Is the time. The family will be healthier, happier, and get along better if the blood Is given a thoro purifying, the stomach and bowels cleaned out, and the germs ot Winter accumulated In the system, driven away. HotllBter's . Rock Mountain Tea 1b one of the very best and Biirest Spring medicines to take. Get It and see the difference in the whole fam ily. Their color will be better, they'll feel fine and be well and happy. Sabln's Drug Store; Adv. CHICHESTER S PILLS Tlllt III A MONO BRAND. A I-mIImI Aak your Uniiil,! lor f t'lilaftaM.fevsl Wlgmatid Hram I'llla la ltrsl Uml Clold metallic? buioc, IJ wtUl lilit. Ribbus 9 T. lie thftr. liur r jrotip w S.(ni SS ykrs)inownluncit.&alMt.AlwtvKellallc SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE DABRj FACTS PROPER SELECTION OF BULL One of the Most.lmpertsnt Considera tions for Improvement of Herd ' Look to Records. (Prepared by the Untied State Depart ment of Agriculture Since the use of meritorious pure bred bulls Is the means by which mem bers of a bull association expect to improve their live stock, one of tbe nuiny Importuut coiiHlilernttons Is the wlectlnn of the bulls. Such bulls Improve the herds, and the associa tion Interest Ipi-rcuses In proportion to the Improvement obtained. On the other bund, poor bulls cause the In terest to decrease accordingly. If s poor dairy bull Is used (he milk pro duction of the members' herds Is great ly reduced, (ho Interest Is lessened snd these conditions may lead to tbe breaking up of the association. Un fortunately, an excellent dairy ball cun bo selected with certainty only when his daughters' records are known. Such a tried or tested bull can be depended uimju with great certainty to cause Improvement In tho herds- In tbe bull association. The owner of a tried bull, however, usually knows the record of the animal's daughters and rightfully asks a nigh price for him. The high cost often makes the members hesitate to purchase snch bulls for the association, and Instead they buy younger and untried bulls whose ancestors have made good pro duction records. No bulls should be purchased for an association except from one of these two classes. Cou-' slderlng the records of ancestors, the most Iniportuut are those of the sire and dura. In the case of the sire, pro duction record Is taken as the average of all his daughters' records. Very often the records of some of the an cestors are lacking, bat every effort should be made to obtain bulls whose uncestors In the first two cenerntions have tin average yearly record ot at leust 00 pounds of buttcrfat nt ma turity. Tlie stuta agricultural college may be in i position to asslKt In looking up pedigrees and records and .always should b .consulted. As soon ns the money can be provided for the pur pose, tt Is advisable for the associa Skirts Run Through Beginning with organdie nnd pro gressing through the lighter silks to the new tricot nnd sutln families, sep arate skirts finally arrive, by way of light flannels, to the heavier und more practical woolens, f heir history re veals that lu years gone by they began . where they now leave off, with utility skirts made of sturdy wool materials. For It Is the dainty und elegant skirts for resort wear, und those marvels of smart character that are classed -qs sport skirt? that coimuuud tho most attention. , .. , A fair example of the smart styles for spring appears la the model pic tured. The pattern Is woven In broad stripes of dark," contrasting colors' and the skirt fushlofied so that these run horizontally. Flap pockets are nearly ulways a part of the play nnd arc pres ent here, re-enforced by a. decoration of three buttons, ; The sbuped girdle extends below the. waistline. unci, ap proves the button, mode with a slnsle but iuiiHi';..it iffccUscn. a' ;e. ,,.,5 ,., ' ' u irm "A'-?g4'-- I -t- i i .T!,jisiTs' V i i-v .:--vw j-w 1 k.,' . IWT LL ti -j, . tion to obtain a set of "Advanced Regis ter" or "Register of Merit" books mikI, If possible, a set of breed registry books of the breed nsed, both of which are valuable for reference to all the members of.the association. In formation In regard to tbe cost of "Ad-vsm-ed Register" snd breed-registry books may be obtained from the breed associations as follows: American Jersey Cattle club, 824 West Twenty-third street, New York, N. Y. American Guernsey Cattle club, Pe tersboro, N. IL IIolsteln-Frlesinn Association of America, Ilrattleboro, Vt Ayrshire Breeders' association, Bran don, Vt .Brown-Swiss Cuttle Breeders' asso ciation, Belolt, Wis. In choosing tbe bolls careful atten tion should be given to . tbe line of ;....:,v 1 vYj A Good "Head" of the Herd. breeding represented In their pedi grees. Kffort8 should be made to se lect bulls that have the same family lines In order that line breeding msy ! DO practiced when the bulls are ex changed. Before the bulls are finally purchased plenty of time should be given to selecting the line of breeding desired. Although records of production are of great Importance, It Is very neces sary also that tbe bulls selected have plenty of strength, great vigor and good body conformation. If the mem bers are- not experienced Id buying cattle. It Is well to ask the stafe agri cultural college for advice and assist ance In making the selection. In buying bullsspeclul cure should be taken to see that the animals the Scale of Fabrics xOrgandle, georgette and other shew ;i";lrts depend upon tucks for embel lishment. They are gathered In at the w:ilstlin: to n pluin belt of the mate rial. Silks ot the tricot fnmrly and bitronet satin make wonderful skirts. They are usually plain! having small set-on pockets and much given to enor mous flat pearl buttons. These may fun the whole length of the skirt or be merely stationed on the belt and pock ets. They nro ns much nt home on light flannels, which are light in color ns well ns weight nnd of u lovely soft texture. These and tho tricot weaves have the suppleness" of Jersey, and therefore their success Is assured. Things look, bright for tho separate pklrt, Waists to match, made for the organdies and crepes, convert the sep nrnte skirt into a pretty frock and this Idea appeals, to the tourist, especially. Three flavors to suit ail tastes. Be SURE to get VRIGLEYS Sealed Tisht Kept Rleht The Flavor Lasts ,.hr.. rj... I win. nn. II,. I tht;-tfc:-e re from tbe Infection n' either tuh,-rculo.sis or contagious nhor tlon. If possible the bulls should b purchasfd from herds accredited by the bureau of animal industry us be ing free from tuberculosis. -A list of such herds may be obtained from the bureau. If it is Impossible tobuy from an accredited herd purchase from a breeder wbo will furnish -satisfactory evidence that the animals have passed the . tuberculin test and have never reacted to that test. , . - TOUCHED MEN IN RIGHT SPOT Y. M. C. A. Camp Secretary Knew the Feeling of Soldier Gathered to N Subdue Bloodthirsty Hun. . War's changes ore being shown In greater' degree In Hie Y. U. C. A. ac tivity, remarks the New York Sun. The psalm-singing official has passed. In his place Is the athletic director and entertainer, of red blond No net. ter example of tbe metamorphosis I mnlil h.F. KnAM . V. .. I . I vvm.u ... V l.c-T-l, mill iiiiiii U no iuvi- deut not long ago at Comp Mills, tbe great Long Isluud coni-entratlon camp where the ufen were equipped Just be fore sailing. One of the old-style ' officials wns holding s meeting and was expatiating at length oi? the cure the men should take of their souls.-. His audience, al ready partly homesick after months of traluiog, wus restless aud grew glummer and glummer.. . . The camp secretary watched with dismay the effect the speaker was having on tbe soldiers about to sail. The climax came when the parson, after a final appeal to the men to face death bravely, said:' . "We will -now slog 'Ring the Bells of Heaven.'" . That was too much for the local camp man and he jumped to his feet, holding op his hand to the man at tbe piano to stop. Then he shouted: "Boys, before we sing this 'Ring the Bells of Heaven' don't let us forget that first we must 'Wring tbe kaiser's damned neck.' " The shout that went up broke up the abashed parson's meeting and "Ring (he Bells of Heaven" was In definitely postponed. . 1 MODEL ON AMERICAN CLUBS France Considering Adoption of Our Methods of Teaching Fanning te -Boys and Qlrla. France Is considering the adoption of Uncle Sam's- methods- of teaching better farming aud home making to boys and girls. Representatives from the French high commission, lately In this country, made a point of studying carefully the methods of the federal - W : .11 EPT. secret and special and personal for you Is VRIGLEY5 In its atr-tteht sealed package. A goody that Is worthy of your lasting regard because of its lasting quality. state a gri cull oral colleges In conduct ing boys' and girls' clubs. Much of the Information thus collected has been widely reprinted by the French press, accompanied by editorial com- ' ment expressing the view that, the man or woman power of France hav ing been depleted or disorganized by war service, France for some time to come will be dependent In large part . upon, its younger population for" its food supply and suggesting the forma- ' tlon la France of a nation-wide system ":'"! of boj-s' asd girls' club patterned on those In America, ft Is expected that these clubs will grow staple products ' garden produce,' wool, farm grain and forage crops, poultry sne farm antmaU on' farms not devastated, the ' very sol) of which most first of all be put In condition. They will stimulate production by the young people of France through organized contests not only In farming but In home enter ' prises such-as bread making, garment making, cooking and home manage- ' : ment. ' . : Ventilation. The mayor of Terre Haute the other day appointed a number of tbe dty schoolma'ams to do special police duty, such as to seeing to the ventilating of stores, etc.,' says1 the Indianapolis News. Miss Msrgn'ret Kllroy, a high school teacher, being one of those ap , pointed, visited a number of stores.' Id one the manager became Indignant as she explained the' necessity- of bis do ing more ventilation. "Why, It's very warm here," she complained, unbutton ing her coat and revealing a georgette crepe-waist ' - ' "Ventilating doesn't have anything to do with It,'' protested the man. "Why, 99 per cent of the cases of flu In this country have been caused by the , wearing v of 1 georgette crepe waists." - He was actually ready to smile when back came Miss Kllroy's cool re Joinder: "I suppose that explains the great number of cases In the United States army, then." . Record -Telephone Service. The largest private telephone branch In the world Is the one which serves the expanding needs of the war de partment On July 1 this branch serv ed 3,178 extensions; on August 1, 8,-6,-'fl. It requires 126 trunk lines for In coming calls; 70 for outgoing calls, lo cal and submarine toll ; 17 private toll lines to New York, Philadelphia. Bal timore, via Cleveland. Hoboken and NeWport News, and 103 tie lines to other government stations In Washing ton. Rainfall. , ' The average rainfall on the earth l variously estlmoted at from 80 to 00 Inches annually ; ranges from 458 Inches In Cherracongee, India, to zero In the Sahara desert department of - agriculture and , the V 'OS. t