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GRANTS PA88 DAILY (OIHIKU OREGON CAVES Jl WONDERLAND I flttbeebttrclns Q - v I I Dr. Spark Classified Hilt NAUC OUT YOUR T1UK8 MENDKD and buy a D. M. A C K. welder for future us. Sue Mr. Hotelier, the tire man at Orants Pa hotel, tt 12 ACKK8 oak, mndroue, fir and pine, on railroad In Jerome Prairie. Will take wood In pay ment atumpago. Phone 270. 83tf eoo-ACKE STOCK HANOll (or aale; bout 125 acre In cultivation; conlderable Irritation; 2 mile (rom R. R. elation; 1 Mi mllee from two achoola; bait caib, bal ance low Interest. Addres No. " 1052 rare Courier. 86tf FOR HaLk 8lKr Mwhig machines on easy terma. .Machines rented and old macblnea taken In part payment. C. A. Chapman, 146 8. Central avenue. Medford. lx)al headquarter Grant Paaa Hard ware, tut ANCEI CAKES 75 cent each; or der by phone. No. 190-J. !tf TIMIIttll CLAIM rX)R SALE 160 acres near Kerby. mottly pine. XV, ot 8H4. SW; or SK4 and SK of 8W'i. 8ee. 14. T. SS 8 R. 8 Wort. Price 12.250. Ad dres owner, Mr. M utile K. Pat nier, 574 Nehalem, Ave., Portland Oreaon. 17 FOR SAKE -Chevrolet touring car, K snap. 1425 If taken ihla -week Seo. W. lKn, Palace Hotel. 2 FOR8AUJ W can eavo you money on the following;: flalvanlred and black nl all sires, new and used; Vm fittings of art sli Holler tubes; Holler and Knglne. )n fine condition; pninll saw in 111: mki, circular; Planer . of ... all kind; Chain conveyor complete, different slues, riveted; New and naed Pullies of all. alto? lined shafting: New and used 'Belling; Mill eiipplle of all kind. 1M us figure with you on your require ment, We buy, sell and exchange all kind of machinery. ORKGON MIACH NBRY CO. 4th and Lincoln, Eugene, Ore. S5 FOR R.VI4C Young saddle home and now laddie, Address Box 74, Merlin, Ore. 29 I'l'ltK ilKKI) Ouroc Jorsey -weanod plga; wonderful breeding stork, for eale. Inquire U M. N'lchols, Rd. No. 2, iphone 012-F-4. 29 T ROOM plaatored house, on corner. Pine shade trees. Worth $1,000, Will oir for $500. flout relinquishment In county. McKinstry ' 27 TO RKNT FOR 'RENT 4 -room bungalow, 421 West "U shade trees, good well, electric lights, i acres, barn, poul try house and park. Address Mrs, W. H. H. Taylor, 1144 Pine St. 38 FOR 'RiBNT Nicely furnished five room cottage,, gas and. wood range, , electric llKlita, etc. .. 203 C street. See NT. 10. Townsend. 621 A At, 31 TAXI DAILY JITNEY to Selma. Kerby and . . Waldo. -Leaves Grants Pass dally ' at 9:30 a. in. - Everett Hogue, pbone 317. - 317 '-. USE THE WHITfe LINE TAXI FOR prompt aervlc. 'City and country trips. Safety first. Call Grants . Pass Hotel, pbone 89b. Residence phone 320-R. W. Q.. White. 790 IF YOU WANT TO GET THERE, call 22-J. Twq common old Fords. We are on the Job anywhere and ' any time. 'Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt and Cutler. Jitney Luke. DOtf Advertising WANTED WANTlil Mankind-wife' wait "one or two room with bath. North Ide vrefxrred. Address No. 1230 care Courlor. lOlf WANTHD Men for concrete road work. Wage $4.50 uud up. Board $1.00 also men for rock quarry -name wages. Perbara. Brown, Dean A Hague, Marshfleld, Oregon. S3 WANTED $ 1 00 reward will "be paid to anyone tor authentic; Infor mation as to. present whereabouts ' of 'Mrs. Flora Hill Pas, formerly Flora Hill, who with tier husband moved to Crania Pass, Oregon, sometime in 1902 or 1903, from San Francisco. It will be to this lady' advantage to communicate at once with Mitchell A Gantx, At torney, Alliance, Nebraska. .19 WA.YTKD-.Kdgerman for sawmill, $6 dy. T. C. 1. Frenlere, Bray, C1. 28 Wi.VNTKl) tA competent girl or woman to do general housework. Mr. Horace Pel too, Gold Hill. Oregon. 28 WANTED TO Bl'Y A twin cylin der motorcycle, not older than 1916 model. Address Clin. Ilrlgifs. 1olund, Ore., or iphone Grave. 4JT WANTMD Man and wife for work on farm, wife lo run boarding house. 'River Banks Farms. ' 31 MIAN iA'N'I) WIFE want work togeth er. Prefer camp rooking or fruit picking. Coll Thin ' Piirtymnn, Grant Pas Rooming house. 28 MWtKIXANKOl'H B. U OALBRAITH Insurance, any kind. Rental. Building and Loan. Plate Glass Liability. 09 Q street. . Mtf ATTENTION" A uyer of the" Med ford Junk Co. will lie la Grant Pass from July 16th to 31st. Bring your rags, metal, rubber, sacks, hide and pelt. 403 South Blxth street, Grant Pass, Ore. 29 CIVIL ENGINEER DANIJ0L MoFARiLAiND, civil engl neer and surveyor. Residence 740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. OKNTIHTS E. C. MACY, iD. M. D. Flrat-claas dentistry. 109 South Sixth street, Grant IPass, Oregon. PHYSICIANS L. O. CLEMENT, M. 'D., Prac tice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glauses fitted. Office hours 9-12, 2-5, or on Ap pointment Phones, office 62; resi dence S59-J. S. IMTGHRIDUE, M7"l7 Physician and surgeon. City or country calls attended day or nlglit. Phones, residence, 369; office, 182. Sixth and II streets. , . , j A. A. VJTH'AM, . .U D. Jnternal modiuiue and nervous . diseases, 903 Cortiett iBlilgi.'iPortUitld,; Ore. Hours 10 ift 12 a. m.r 2 to 4 p. m DR. W. T. TO.iIPKIN8. , "sJ""-! 'Rooms ,1 and 2 Schmidt ; Bldg. Treats all disease. Hours 9-12 a. m,; 1-5 ,p. m.. 'I'houe 304-R. . VETERINARY " SVIUiKOX " Dlt. R. J. BESTl'L, VeterlnHrla'u. Office at residence:" Phone 305-R. ELECntlOHL WORK ELECTRIC WIRING and .-genera- electrical work, ,ropalrlng, htu. wiring. C. C. Harper, 315 Nortl Sixth street, pbone 47. t Outdoor I'nlon Hfrv're Tho summer union church service will begin tomorrow evouiiig on the lawn of the Central school. Kev. Henry O. Hanson, who hn rcceiHly taken the leadership of the Presby terian church here win be the speak er. There lias been a good Intercut manifested In theso meeting In the past and this aerie will no doubt he well attended and helpful. The speaker for the following Sundays will lie announced Inter. Xcuiiutn M. K. Church Morning aervlce at 1 1 a. m. Ser mon topic. "Jehu of Today." An them 1y the choir, duet by (.Margue rite Wllile and ITulen Kills. At 8 p. m we join in the union outdoor Miimmer service at the Central school grounds. Sunday school at 10 a. ra. Kp worlh !U'Hguo at 7 p. m. We Invite you to worship with u. Melville T. Wire, Pastor. liun li uf ( lirl-l The teu:hlng hour of the church heglns at 10. Mr. Ellen Thrasher, superintendent. We are aiming at keeping attendance during the Hum mer at 80 per cent of our enroll ment. Come and help reach this ob jective. Communion at 11. Sermon subject, "-Have We 'Been iDecelved In Jmiib?" No regular evening er vli R on account of union service on Central school lawn. Cha. It. Drake, mluixter.' lUptNt tliurrli Bible school at 10, R. K. Hnckett. iierltitenilent, rlasses for all age. Morning service at 11, sermon on The Meiwage of Jenns." n. Y. V. V. at 7. Tnlon eervlce at 8. A cor dial Invitation to all. C. At. dine, preacher. - IWDmny PreMbytivlan lliurc Sunday school, 10 1 di. Morning rornhlp. 11, "Echoe of Oregon Sy nod." I'nlon eervlcee on Protestant churches on 1he grounds of the Cen tral school at 8 o'clock,,. The aer vlce I In charge of the 'Presbyter lu"n and Uie paator win speak on the theme. "Wanted Men of Faith." Midweek service on Thursday even ing at 8 o'clock. Henry G. Hanson, minlmer. The HAIvntlua Army Meeting: At 11 a. m.. holy living; at 2 p. in., Bible school; at 6 p. in:, Y. P. I; nt 8 p. in., "Jesus Christ Yesterday. Today and Forever." Music and song. Men cordially In vited. T. Ev StraiHIn. Ensign. (Iiorch of (itMl Rider A. Schlatter, of 1'arller, Ca1., will apens al the chapel of the Church of ka Sunday, July 27, at 1 1 a' m. All are Invited. Flint Church of Christ Sclent lm Christian Science services are held every Sunday. In the W. O. W. ball, st 11 a. m. Wednesday evening meet, lngs at 8 o'clock. The snhleef fn- Bnnday la, "Christian Science." The California and Oregon Coast Railroad Company TIME CARO Effective Nov. 19, 1918. Trafna will rua Tuesday, Thursday ' and Saturday Ive Grant Pass ..........1 P. M Arrive Water Creek I P. M. Leave Waters Creek 3 P. M Arrive Grants Pas 4 P. M. For Information regarding freight and passenger rates call at the office of the company, Lundburg bulflllng. or telephone 131. URATAQK AND TRANS kit rHE WORLD MOVES; so do w. Bunch Bros. Transfer Co. Pbon StT-R. f. G. ISBAM, drayag and transf Safes, i lano and furnltur moved, packed, shipped and stoi ed. Office phone 124-T. Real dence phone, 124-R. Women's Summer Weight Union Suits, also Knit Pants and Sleeveless Vests MRS. E. (Continued from page 1) marvels. The petrified forest where' the forest cast In stone has been done' by valient nature drop by drop a ! the water lias trickled through the! marble, wanning out the lime stone. I One of the wonders .which must not 1 esoape notice Is the stream of Ice cold lime water, which gurgle and ruahes through the dcipths 1elow, and ' finally emerge at the lower en-! trance. A cp of thl lime water Is a Invigorating alt our late lamented ' 'beverage, medicine and friend. ' Thre hour and a hlf of wonder- land, safoly conducted by Guide' Rowley, a man who feels the honor which has been accorded him Id, placing him In chaYge of this ma-' terplece of nature. Tbl trip should not lie attempted without a guide as, fall are possible for the nnexper-. lenced. IWth Ttowley In charge, my two youngster had the joy-time of . their live In the bowle of the earth, j and had provided for them a tru: ghost story material for years to; come. ! The Devil' caldron, pictured in ' the weird light, by the guide be-, cornea real and the prehistoric skele ton of gigantic beats, need only hi suggestion to clothe them In their former greatness. The Queen's pal ace, Joaquin Millers' chapel. Twin Sisters. Paradise Lost, Washington "Monument, Bee Hive, Ora'veyard and ' the tunnels and passages between, make a Journey never to be forgot ten. iA playground provided for .the people, grand in Its majesty of na ture's building which costs nothing but a pleasant trip to see, and yet only a small percentage of Oregon lans have seen the caves, even some living closest having failed In accept ing their onportunltle. No provision are made at the caves for caring for tourists In the way of housing, and camping equip ment must be carried In If a longeH stay than one day 1 Intended. An early atari from Grants Pass, makes the Whole trip possible In one day, but If we go again, as we fully ex pect to. we will spend several day about the caves. Bond1 IcUrr Pniwr Good quality bond pa'per. 814xtl Inches, unruled, at $1 per 500 sheets. Courier office. 23tf XOTIOK TO IX)XTIUrTOKS Sealed proposals tor constructing or imitrovlnj; the Hayes Hill Section of the Grants iPaas-Crescent City. Na tional forest road project located partly within the Siskiyou National forest, Stale of Oregon, County of Josephine, will be received "by the' district engineer, bureau of public roads, lT. S. department of agricul-' t ure. -at 204 Postofflce building,: Portland, Oregon, 'until 10 o'clock a. m. on tbe 29th day of July, 1919,, at which time and place they will lie publicly opened and read. ' The right is reserved to reject any and all bids, and none will tie considered except those from contractors ascer-' talnetf to lie experienced and respon-l sfble. - The legnth of iproject to be con-! stnicted or Improved Is approximate-; ly 2 miles, and the principal items of work " are approximately as fol- lows: 10 acres clearing: 25,000 u. 1 yds. rock excavation, 27.000 cu. yds.: common excavation, 80,000 cu. yds sta. overtianl. 7,000 lin. ft. guard: rail, nnd 1,300 lin, ft. culverts. The work embraced 1n tbl con tract shall be completed within ISO I weather working days. . . 'The contract form and the maps, plans, specifications. nd estimates nf quantities may lie exainiued by responsible contractors at the ' fol-, lowing addreeseis: 204 Postofflce Building, Portland, 1 Oregon. . . . ' Forest Supervisor, Grants Pass,! Oregon. ! All 'proposals must 'be made on ' forms, and in accordance with In-! st motions, forming a part of. the sieclflcatlons above referred to. , C. H. iPURCEU, . , - '' Acting District Engineer. REHKOPF A Long, Useful Life INTERNATIONAL 8-16 kerosene tractor has 88 years of farm machine bunding experience and more than 13 year of tractor building knowledge back of it. It is a popular size and weight and owners are pleased with the way it performs both at the drawbar and belt : Fanners who have used International tractors realize keenly the saving that results from the use f a tractor operating on kerosene. It is like hiring a good man at $2.00 a day less than you expected to pay. International 8-16 Kerosene Tractor has a sturdy, well-made engine. Every part of the tractor is made of high-grade materials insur ing long life and years of service. You know how necessary it is to get farm work done on time. With an International 8-16 you can plow as deep and fast as good plowing should be done. When not busy in the field, your Inter national will deliver sturdy service at the belt .Now is the time to place your order. Don't wait until the last minute. The way to escape shipping delays is to buy your tractor as early aa possible. Rogue River Hdw. Co. HAYWOOIMVAKEFIELD CO. FAMOUS LIVE OP Reed Goods , t - - In some nevr styles and tbe price are right. Tbe price you can afford to puf . See some of these goods in our window. Holman's Furniture Store 60S G street, opposite Band Stand ON PAY DAY Why not deposit your check, in the Josephine County Bank It inconvenient to rail at Itank. ju"t sign your name on the buck of your imy check and mail it Tho Josephine Oninty Rank will then send you a check book a nil deposit nIid. M. P. ANDERSON'S Millmery Sale This Sale Starts Monday, July 28th 4 Will continue until this stock i cloned out Many thlnx" lens than factory price Remarkable 'value You ran not afford to miss such an opportunity TKIM.MKI) HATS RIIUIO.VS STOCKINGS H.OWKIW SHiK THItKAI " KKATHKHS XKKDMXS VKII.INtiS , HAIli 11X8 ..MA LINKS , : , COMBS , . . . niixxs biushes ;..;";'''''';' WIX(M , , QVIIiLS and OKXAMKNTS , MAXV THIXtJS NOT MRNTlOXKI Hours 1-Voin 9 a. ro. to e p. ra. 708 Fjist K Street l