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GRANTS PAHS DAILY COVRIEIt mutt TURK Classified Advertising poll BALK TKAM' I end 10 year old, also bar nana and wagon for mU. Bell all or part. Call 71 J North Eighth or phone 18-L. 28tf ViyiC'sklJU 1 SG acre of land three mtlM east of OranU Fan, on the north bank of the Rogue River. Part bottom, the balance bench land. About 40 airoe clear and can toe cultivated. Two thouaand dollare It the price now. Bob N. !. Townaend. 6S1 A etreot. OranU Pas. FOR BALE 150 head food Shrop ahlre ewe, delivered In GranU Paaa or Roeburg. 135 lamb thrown In more to eome. Those sheep are thoroughbred Shrop shire; food flece of wool on their back; prloe 120. 0o. W. King. MonUgus. CaK M PRB91CNT OWNBR8H IP townehlp ita of JoMDhlne county, 50c each. Tor eale bjr Joswphlne Coun ty Abstract Co. Blue printing at ruannltlli ratea. 9tr FOR BA1J 2 motorcycle. 1 type writer, and 100 foot of -lnch ga pipe. Auto Service Co., 603 South flwth lrMit. 2 BUY'A 1IOMB FIRST-House, five rooma; barn, aOiiu; una acre In orchard; three acre of good dirt; In the cltv of OranU Paaa. All for tmr.n iiMth and Herman. CO FOR aU5 Two fresh milk cows. W. F. Woodstock, R. F. D. No. 4. 59 M IHCKl JiA N ROl'R TIRES Used tires bought and sold Auto Sorvlc Co. Phone J24-J. op posite Oxford hotel. 0tf E. L7 "oALBRAITH, insurance, rent als a specialty. Acreage, Building and Loans. 609 O street, Launer's old location. I' BLECTRIC WIRINO and general electrical work, repairing, house wiring. C. C. Harper, 216 North Sixth atreet, phone 47. tf 1IBM8TITCHINQ and plcotlng at 10 cenie a yard All work guaran teed. The Vanity Shop.. Medford, Ore. 1 KNIGHTS and Ladle -of - Security Council meeta aecond and fourth Frlday'a In W. O. W. hall. 43tt WHY SEND TO DOBRFLER'8, not Josophlne county taxiiyers. for Duroc pls. when you can get ex tra fine two months old reKlstered Durocs at 725 Bridge street, city. W. C. Harmon, phone 149-J. S91 GElNEIBAL ELECTRICAL WORK Motors Installed and repaired, house wiling and electric Iron re paired. Phone 38 or call at 606 H street. Joe A. Polley. 89 WANTED WANTED A home for a bright lit tle boy of about 13 year of age. Mother and father both dead. In quire of C. O. Gillette, county judge. tf WANTED A lady to keep house tor three. Reasonable wagea and a good home. Geo. Walton, Drydeo, flnnn. .''.' 66 WANT TO;BJJY 85 rod of second band, 36-inch hog fence. Address 843 care Courier. 59 n kkvt FOR RENT I atreet. -Private garage at 403 62tt GOOD partly furnished house to rent, 724 North Sixth street. Key at house next door. ' - 60 TAXI CHANGE OF JITNBY STAND from Mocha Cafe to "Stag" cigar store, call 188-J. (Realdence 149-Y. Otto J. Knlp. 238 DAILY JITNEY to Selma, Kerby and Waldo. Leave GranU Paa dally at 9:30 a. m. Bverett Hogue, phone 317. ' 817 USE THE WHITE LINE TAXI for prompt servlcs. City and country trip. Safety (int. Call GranU Pas Hotel, phone 898. Residence phone 320-R. W. O. White. 83 8PA TAXI Two machine at your service at any hour. Phone 26I2-R when in a hurry for a car. 48tf DENTISTS K C. MACY, D. M. D. First-laai i Jentlxtry. 109H 8outh BixtK v , street, GranU Pas, Oregon. C. E. JACKSON, D. M. D., successor to Dr. Bert Elliott. Over Golden Rule Store. . Phone 6.- Residence phone 168-J. CIVIL, KNUINKKIIH CANIEblFAftLANlJi clvilengl neer and aurveyer. Realdenc 740 Tenth atreot. phone 211-Y. (5 PIIYHIUANK U O. CLKMBNT, M. U., Hrcll; limited to disease of the ,y. i note and throat.' Glasses fltt! Office boura 9-l'i. 1-6, or on n polntment, Otllce phone SI. r'' dence phone IS9-J. 8. MJIiUUKItxiK. M D.. Pbim-. and surgeon. City or country call attxndod day or night. Reildem phone 269; oOlce phone Hi Hlub and II. Tuffa Did-. A. A. WITHAM, M. D. Interui medicine and' nervous dUeaaer IDS Corbett Bldg., I'orllapd, Or Houra 10 to 12 a. m.i 2 toj p. m FRHniBRick aSTRIOKER, M. '67, (Rooma 6 and 7 'Maaonlo Building. Office houra, 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m. Phones: Office 18-R; Rea. 18-T. DR. W. T. TOMPKIN8, 8. T. Rooma 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg. Treata all dlaeaaea. Houra 9-12 a. m.; 1-6 p. tn. Phone 304-R. tf VKTKIUNAKY M'WiKON UK K. J. BH8TUL, Veterinarian Office, residence. Phone 105-H imAYAGK AND TRANHhKIt COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO.AJ kinds of drayage and transfe werk carefully and promptly don Phone 181-J. Stand at frelgb depot. A. Bbade, Prop. THE WORLD MOVES so do w Phon Bunch Bros Transfer Co 897-R F."uTT8HAM, drayageand uauifr Safes, ttanos and furnltur niuved, parked, shipped and tni ed. Office phone 124-Y. Rtal dence phone, 124-R. ATTORNEYS H. D. NORTON, Attorney-at-law Practices In all State and Federal Courta. First National Bank Bldg. U. W. COLVIO, Attorney-at-law, Crania Pans Banking Co. Bldg. Grants Pass, Oregon. K. 'B. VAN DYKE. Attorney. Prac tices In all courts. First National Bank Bldg. 10. 8. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270 Grants Paaa. Oregon. BIjANCHARD & BLANCIURD. At torneys. Albert Bldg. Phone 236-J. Practice In all courts; land board attorneys. C. A. 8IDIJ0II, Attorney-at-law. Ma sonic Temple, Grant Paaa, Ore. GEO. H. iDURHAM. Attorney-at-law referee In bankruptcy. Masonic Temple, Grants Pass, Oregon, Phone 135-J. JAMK3 T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer, First National Bank Bldg., Grants 'Paaa, Oregon. The California and Oregoi Coast Bailroad Company TIME CARD Effective Nov. 19. 1918. Trains will run, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Leave Granta Pass 1 P. M Arrive Watera Creek 2 P. M Leave Water Creek 3 P. M Arrive Grants Paaa 4 P."M, For information regarding freight and passenger rates call at the olfloe of the company, Lundburg building, or telephone 131. CWCHMSPi ii Mir blAftToND HRANB FILML for ntri kmom Beat. S(mL Aiwmr m.wMbkt SOLD BY DKuGGISlS CVIRYWHEXE TO THE 8TOCKHOLBER8 OF THE ROGUE RIVER FRUT AND PHODUOH ASSOCIATION Notice is hereby given that the regular meeting of the .Rogue River Fruit ft Produce Association for the election of directors and the trans action of such buslnesa as may pro perly come before such meeting, will be hold at our office, on Main street. Medford, Oregon, the 20th day of May, 1919, at 2 o'clock p. m ROGUE (RIVER FRUIT & (PRO DUCB ASSOCIATION. By It. C, Washburn, Pres. G. B. Dean, Secretary. Dated Medford, Oregon, April 11 1919. 159 Printing that please W do It 'orrler To Department. r""TC-!M W9 RAIL DEFICIT $400,000,000 Continued from Page One.) mont familiar with traffic conditions und with the fluanclal requirements of the railroad approximate thla in crease at from IS to 25 per cent over and above the present rate. Admlnlfitratlon official deny any Intention to raise the rate. They have denied thla possibility repeated ly, but echedule of new ratea have been prepared and are now before the director general for hla consider ation. He may decline now to order an Increase, a he has heretofore, but between now and early fall it 1s predicted by the most expert stu dent of transportation that freight ratea will be Increased. They point out that before the roads are returned to private owner- ahlp and operation, the roads must be prepared to earn the standard re turn without the government 'being called upn to supply deficits between earnings and atandard return from general taxes. All itree that the 21.000.000.000 In additional wage Is a permanent burden that cannot be reduced now If ever, and they are equally posl tlve that failure to earn the return cannot permanently be cured by re sort to appropriations from taxpay ers' money. Dull, lifeless eye, colorless Up. sallow, yellow cheeks, give a girl little chance for a "man" these days. Don't loso heart, lust take Hollis- ter's Rocky Mountain Tea helps to make you attractive and fair. Don't delay, begin today. saDin s urug Store. Adv. FERRYDALE Ray Salone was vlsttlni? t M Griffin' Sunday. Mrs. Frankum and son. Willie, went to OranU Paaa Tuesday to see iha doctor for Mrs. Frankum, who a ben poorly of late. Mr. Sharpe was at D. G. Robert son's on business on Tuesday of laat week. J. P. Martin, Jees Everton and Er- nost Everton of GranU Pass, were in the neighborhood last week on bus- ness. Harold Robertson was visiting. Stanley Ogden Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Neely and sons. Harry and Paul. Mr. and Mra. Thos. Overton, Harold and Leona Robertson, were among" the visitors at the Merlin Sunday school Easter Sunday. They enjoyed the Easter exercise very much. Mr. and "Mrs. E. Johnson, who has been visiting at Air. and Mrs. Over ton's returned to La Center, Wash., Thursday, April 24. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Huesey, Isaac Van Dora and son. Wm. Van Dora. Ed. Weeks. Mrs. Craft and Mr. John son, of Pickett creek district, were all at OranU PasA (Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison were at Merlin on business Tuesday. Wm. Van Dora and Mr. Falva were In GranU iPaaa Tuesday Thos. Ogden and son, Stanley, and Mr. Rusk were at E. C. Neely'a Mon day. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Enyart and Will Morrison, of Merlin, were on the river fishing Sunday. Mrs. Kornbrodt was called to Portland on account of the sicklies of , daughter. Miss Gladys Griffin went to GranU Pas Sunday evening to spend a tew days. She returned home Thursday. Mas. Sarah Hogue and daughter, Mr. Orpha (Hayes arrived from Ida ho Wednesday. Veltde Prultt bring ing them out from Merlin. Mra. A. O. Ford and daughters. Bertha and Nellie, attended the May Day school exercises at Grants Paee Friday. Elmer Everton, Jess Everton and Miss Maggie Everton and mother, Mra. Everton, were seen in this vi cinity Thursday. V.i foal (KfTarant Mia mlnnt VOU toba a Mtntle anothlne warmth fills the system. If a pleasure to take Holllster's RocKy Mountain Taa TJa) rka Viiifl otit the germs of Winter, ge you ... ... .! J A Vn susa v -w - - nusuing, ousiunK, iuu oi ni uu energy. 35 c. Tea or Taoieu. aa bin's Drug Store. Adv. FRUITDALE Blanche Daws took supper Tues day evening with Gertrude Williams Laat Sunday the Skllman family, of Medford, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, visited at the Nell son home. Glen Hamilton attended the O. A C. party at the Josephine hotel and enjoyed it very much. ,' J.i H, Harris received word Mon day from Robert, that he would be home tn abc-Ht two months a he had WE invite your critical inspection of Racine Extra Tested Tires. You can depend on them to yield more milei of good service, no matter where you use them. An extra test protects each stage in their construction, just as the extra test for perfect fabric insures the highest quality fabric. Racine Country Road Tires 1 The famous "Country Road" is specially designed for rough road usage. It leads the fabric tire field. 5000 mile guarantee. Racine Multi-Mile Cord Tires the peak of cord tire value. Come in today. Let us serve you. C. L. Hobart Company Grants Pass, Ore. . For Your Own Protection Be Certain Every Racine Tira You Buy Bears the Name Racine Rubber Company Just received approval of his dis charge on account of his father's In Jury in February. " -' Mrs. Roper and Mrs. SUfttery call ed on Mrs. A. W. Bate Tneeday af ternoon. G..A. Hamilton, Mr. Schmidt and Mr. Porter were out on federal loan work Sunday. : Flossie Helghton and her grand mother, Mrs. Miller, of Grants Pass, ' visited the Williams family Thurs Nelso Rosen visited the Hamilton and Nellson families Tuesday. . He has Just teen discharged from the army, -was sent to France six weeks after entering the service as he had had military training. He saw ac tive service at the front and has many interesting stories to tell of hi experiences, although.) he came through uninjured. J. H. Harris, A. Bauer and W. F. Woodstock were dinner guesU of Mr. and Mrs. P. Slaittery Sunday. At the speclal'school meeting last week Fred Roper was elected to fill the vacancy caused 'by the removal of A. S. Farquaharson, and the .pres ent teacher, Margaret Rathbone, was retained for the coming year. Grace Redding, Anna Nellson and Coathe Grout, ot OranU Pass, ac companied the Frultdale orchestra to Wimer Saturday night. : Alonio Jones, wife and daughter, Leona, attended the play given by the High school Friday night, the guesU of Prof, and Mrs. Wardrlp. Mrs. G. A. Hamilton called on Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Heath and Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Gross, of Grants Pass, Sunday v. i : .v : . w ' SERVICE What the public is interested in, insofar as poer and light companies are concerned, la SERVICE- It a power company does not give proper service, the consideration which the public has ex tended to the power company is not returned. Enlightened modern management recognises this 'fact . and . therefore makes every effort within iU financial and physical ability to rea der such service. This is not only a sentimental consideration. It is best business policy. No power company can successfully oper ate In a community amid disenslon, discord and dissatisfaction be tween itself and IU patrons. It has been the experience of this com- . pany that Us efforts to render good service have been understood and apprclated, and that it has been supported in iU endeavor to so ar range Its affairs a to give suoh service. The year Just passed haa 'been an extremely trying; one. Many . of our men were called to the colors. Requisition by the govern ment for war time needs made It impossible to secure many kinds ot equipment and material used in our business, and what could be obtained by release was most expensive, still we struggled on tor SERVICE, and It has been a matter of special gratification to the company to note the cheerfulness with whloh our patrons have ex cused the little interruptions which conditions made It impossible to aVoid. The curmnt year will see an Improvement which we believe will fully satisfy our friends. California-Oregen Power Company Phone 108-J EXTRA TEST for Perfect Fabric Ivtry yard of fabric used in th construction of Racint Tires is carefully lens-exam- . ined against flaw in warp or weave. An expert actually counts the threads through magnifying gists, ! 0 Jtj IIP 3D rats L . dHL i Grants Pass, Oregon ?