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OKAYM PAHS DAILY COCKIER PACK THREK Fill BUM PUN Dr. Spark t. i Classified KOH HALK OBT YOUR T1RE8 MENDED and buy a D. M. A C. K. welder (or future ime. See Mr. Gotcher, the tire man at Grant Pas hotel, If 1) ACIUC8 oak, madrone, fir and pine, on railroad In Jerome Prairie. Will take wood In pay ment atumpage. Phone 270. S3 If 600-ACRB STOCK RANCH for aale; about 125 acre In cultivation; cunaldorable Irrigation; 2 mlloe from R. R. atatlon; IVi mile from two schools; half cash, bal ance low Intereit. Ad J rem No. 10(2 care Courier. ' 86tf ron. 3ALE Singer sewing machine on easy trm. Machine rented and old machine taken in part payment. C. A. Chapman, Hi 8. Central' avenue, Medford. Ixcal headquarter Grant Pan Hard- war, tltf ANGEL CAKES 75 cent each; or der by phone. No. 1S0-J. I2tf TI.MUMl CLAIM FOR SALE ISO aore near Kerby, mostly pine. . S of ShVi, BW i of SKU and BE '4 of SWA, Bee 14. T. 38 8.. R. 8 Went. Price 12.250. Ad dress owner. Mm. Mat tie E. Pal mer, D74 Nehalein, Ave., Portlnnd, Oregon. , 37 FOR flALE We can save you money on the following: (iulvanlzad and black pipe, all alzca, new und usd; iPlpe flltliiKH or all sites; Holler t n lit; Holler and Engines, In fin condition; small saw mill, " waws, circular; Planers of all kinds; Chain conveyor complete, different l.es, riveted; New and used Pulllo of nil slies: lifted shafting; New and used Welting; 'Mill aupplles of all kinds, 1et us figure with you on your require ment. We buy, sell and exchange all kinds of machinery. OREOON MIACHINBRT CO, 4th and IJneoln, Eugene, Ore. SB FOR9ALE-l 8 1 4 ilariey-Davlilson motorcycle, used one year, good tiro. Price $80. Dunlcl Mc Kur land, 740 North Tenth Street. 33 FOR BALE -18 "acres'." 6 In'cutllva-j . tlon, 8 room house, big 'barn fixed for dairy; milk house attd well; family orchurd, all In good condi tion. Price 11,200 If sold at once. ' Term. Two mile from town, conveyance to and from school. L. L. Sharp, Grants 'Pans, Ore., R. F. T. No. 1, Box 8. 33 WANTE iMen for concrete road work. Wages $4.50 and up. Board $1.00 also men for rock quarry ame wages. Perham, Drown, Dean ft 'Hague, Marshfleld, Oregon. 32 WANTMD -Man and wife for work on farm, wife to run boarding house, Tllver Ranks Farms. 31 ; TAXI DAILY JITNEY to Solma, Kerby ud Waldo. Leaves Grants Pass dully at 9:30 a. in. Everett Hogue, phone 317. 317 I'SE THE WHITE LINE TAXI FOR prompt service. City and couptry trips. Safety first. Call Grants . Pas Hotel, phone 3H. Residence phone 320-R. W. O. White. 790 IF YOU WANT TO GET THERE, call 22-J. Two common old Fords. We. are on the Job anywhere and anytime. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt and Ciitbar. Jitney Luke. , I Otf . "Agents Authority to Sell" hook ,4X $9 JI'U.sKs. frOcj, Conrle-r office. Advertising TO RENT FOR KENT 4-room bungalow, 4 21 Wet L, ahade tree, good well, electric light, 2 acre, hum, poul try house and park. Address Mr. W. II. II. Taylor, 1114 Pin 8t. 38 FOR RUNT Nicely furnished five room cottage, gu and wood range, eleitrlc lights, etc 203 C street Hue N. K. Towusond. 621 A St. 31 MISXICIXANKOCH E. L. UALBRAITH Insurance, any kind. Rental. Building and Loan. Plat Claim Liability. 601 O treet. 84tf HTRAVKD ESTIt AY Their strayed to my place on Bridge street three sheep the evening of July 24. Owner , may have sajne by calling and paying charges. J. D. Stlnobuugh. phone 1494a 34 . .Ml'KK'Ali INHTKKTIOX J. 8. MucMl'RRAY Teacher of sing Ing, Write or apply at 718 Lee Street. ' 28tf CIVIL KNOINKKK DANIEL McFARlAND, civil engl neer ami surveyor. Residence 740 Tenth street, phone 211-Y. HKXTISTH E. C. MACY. ID. M. D. First-class dentistry. 109 South Sixth street, Grants Pass, Oregon. I'liVSH IAN.N L. O. CLEMENT. M. D., Prai tlce limited to disease of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Classea fitted. Office hours 9-12, 2-5, or on ap pointment. Phones, office 62; resi dence 859-J. S. IXM'OHRJDGE. M. D. Physician and surgeon. City1 or country calls attended day or night. Phones, residence, 369; office, 182. Sixth and II streets. A. A. WITHIAM, M. D. Internal medicine 'and nervous diseases. 903 Corbett iBldg., Portland, Ore. Honrs 10 to 12 a. ra.; 2 to 4 p. m. DIR. W. T. TOMiP Kl NS, S. f- Room 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg. Treats all diseases. Hours 9-12 a. m.; 1-5 p. m. iPhone 304-R. VKTKIUXARV SI KGKOX DR. R. J. BESTIAL, Veterinarian. Office at residence. Yhoe 305-R. KLECTHIOAL WORK ELECTRIC WIRING and general electrical work, repairing, house wiring. C. C. Hrper. 315 North 8lxth gtreet, phone 47. tf DKAYACJK AND TKAN8M-.K fhK' WUKLD MOfiCB; so du Buneh Bros Transfer Co. Phon 897-R. i. taUAM, drayag and transfer 'Rare, llanos and furnltur moved, packed, shipped -and stor ed. Office phone 124-Y. Rl dunce phone, 124-R. v ISgal Blanks at the Courier. ; CAUGHT TROUT IN SLEEP Fisherman Tied Tackle to Hi Toe and Then Went to Bed. ' Tying b line, with a Well-bnlted hook on it, Hiwilid his big toe mid tossing the cord out of the window, DoimU V. Whipple of Wutcrtown, N. Y went to hod. Ahout tAyo o'clock In the moraine lo was awakened by a tug and pulled In a .-four-pound lake trout, which WAS fervfd for broflltfcisL ; The executive committees of the Juckson and Joxihlne County Farm lliiroaiis met In joint seiutlon at Med- (ford Titenday and in a unanimous and enthusiastic uplrlt Inaugurated plans which will materially aid all ''lasse willing to cooperate In buying and neillng, and greatly extend the sphere of cooperation. Th toin blned committee wo entertained at luncheon at the Medford hotel by the merchants aoclat1on of that lofty, and continuance of the spirit of fra'lriiltf and fOflpersMon mani fested "will spell prosperity to the entire population of the valley. A capable young farmer recently re turned from war service,' ws secur ed to give his entire time to pro moling cooperative buying and sell ing In the two counties, and various committee were appointed to help put Jnto operation" the most Approv ed methods. Josephine county executive com mittee was represented by Messrs. C. D. Thompson, A. Wylberg, C. E. j Nile. W. TV l,lnuv ami w n I Smith. NEW TODAY X)R HALE'Four luys old Jersey helr lf. L. JI. Mitchell, Mur- hy. l I PIANO Tl-VINOCeo. W. CrcsTof Medford, will he In Crant Paw utilll Friday. Those wishing pianos tuned kindly leave orders at Howell's music store, phone 1S8J. , 31 liOHT Helwecn Itogue River and (irnnts Pax Sunday, smull bag containing fishing tackle, 2 reels, fly book, leader box. etc. - Finder leave at Courier office. "Reward. 36 FOR SAM 35 h. p. Biilck. model 17, formerly the Oxford bus. Tires but little used. Can be made Into light, truck or bug. $150 cash takes It. Inquire at Oxford ho tel. 31tf Placer location notice M Courier office. Cool the stomach, washe out the bowel, drive out impurltle, help the liver if Holllster' Rocky Mountain Tea. Take it once-a'-week during hot weather and see how happy and contented you'll be. 35c. Tea or Tablet. Sahin' Drug 8tore. Century Electric . FANS A Little More Wind for a Ll'tle Lcs Cot A'sk your local hardware or electric dealer to supply you. They can obtain prompt de livery If they haven't them in stock, from ' IL It. POPPLETON 71 Front St. Portland. Ore, The California and Ore iron Coast Railroad Company TIME CAR Effective Nov. 19, 1918. Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Leave Grant Pasa.i. .'...1 P. M Arrive Water Creek x.J P. M. Leave Water Creek , 3 P. M Arrive Grant Pass 4 P. M. For Information regarding freight and passenger rates call at the office of the company, Lundburg building, nr telephone 131. ATTORNEYS H. ,D. NORTON, Attorney-t-law. Practice in all State and Federal Courts. First National Bank Bldg. O. W. COLVIQ, Attorney-t-law. Grant Pass Banking Co. Bldg. Grant Pas, Oregon. E. S. VAN DYKE, Attorney, frac- tlcea In all courts. First National Bank Bldg. 0. 8. BLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law. Golden Rule Bldg. Phone 270. Grants Pass, Oregon. C. A. SIDLER, Attorney-at-law. Ma sonic Temple, Grant Pasa, Ore. 3EO. .H. DURHAM, Attorney-at-law, referee In 'bankruptcy, Masonic Temple, Grant Pass, Oregon. Phone 135-J. . . JAMES T. CHINNOCK, Lawyer. First National B,nnk .Bldj,. firsrf" Notice Under authority of the Postmaster fleiieral, on account of recent increases in wages to employees, totaling for the State of Oregon up wards of $225,000,00, certain changes in exchange rates have been ap proved and made effective July 29, 1919, or the State of Oregon. , The changes in rates apply particularlv to residence service, chnnges having been made in the principal business rates May 1, 1919, . All new business taken on after Julv 29th will be at the new rates and bills to present subscribers for the month of August will be render ed at the new rafes. The increased rate will yield an annual revenue upwards of $250, (H)0.(K), but as the increase in wages is upwards of $225,000.00 the net return to the Comiiany under the rates now made effective is approxi mately 2, per cent on the valuation of its property at $13,464,000.00, as touiid by the Public Service Commission. The new schedule of rates is identical with the one approved bv Hie Postmaster (leneral for the State 'of "Washington, which has been in ( fleet since March 1, 1919. The rates are the same in both states for exchanges tliat are comparable'. We believe that no proof as to the advanced cost of living and the general high cost prevailing for labor and materials is necessarv and that the telephone using public will accept this increase in rates in the same spirit of fairness and consideration as it has the advances' in almost every other necessity in these unusual times. The following lUSIXKHS Bxtenslon (Without Bell) Kxtenslon (With IBell )... Suburban Service Ten party line KKHIDKXCK Individual Line ' Two-party Line v..' .: Four-Party One . .. . Extension (Without IBell) ..... Extension (With Bell) J.. S uburban Service Ten party line LOCAL PEOPLE SAILING Continued from Page One. by the Chamber ot Commerce. As commercial airplanlng is a sew thing no fixed scale of landing rate has been set and no charge was made for these flights. Dr. Ixnbrldge was tendered flight but he prefers stickling to the Ford and 'Baby Grand so he delegated hi office assistant. Misa Helen Lavton. as substitute. She is scheduled to fly tonight ' at 7:30. Other ladies are signed up for flights. ' . Bond letter Paper I Good quality bond paper, 8xil Inches, unruled, at $1 per 500 sheets. I Courier office. ' 23tf I THE PRAISE CONTINUES Everywhere We Hear Uooh Keports, or Doan's Kidney I'UU. j Grants' Pass is no exception. Every 1 section of the V. S. resounds with praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. Fifty thousand persons are giving testi mony In their home newspapers. The sncerlty ot these witnesses, the tact that they live so near, is the best proof of the merit ot Doan's. Here's a Grants Pass case. ; , William Harrey. 621 NV Eighth St., says: "I have never round a; medicine for backache and other kid-: ncy disorders so reliable s Doan's Kidney Pills. They did oSo or my! family so much good that I used' them. I had fine results and I have' always taken Doan's Kidney Pllta since when I have felt the need of a kidney medicine.. 1 have received just a good results as I did the first time." PrUte 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan' Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Harvey had. Foster-Miluiirn Co.. to SubscribeFs - RATES FOR GRANTS PASS are the changes of rates for Grants Pass: . Old Itate ' Wall Desk $ .75 11.00 .90 3.0-0 2.00 1.75 1.50 .50 .65 1.50 1.15 3.25 2.25 2.00 1.75 75 .90 1.75 The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company S0VERBGNS TO VISIT U. S. Klag and Queen of Belgium Will Com to America in September. Before Preside Wilson left Bel grass It was announced that King Al Tert and Queen Elizabeth had. accepted Jils invitation to visit the United State. The Belgian rulers will prob ably arrive in America in September aad must throughont 'October for the rst sewloa of the League of Nation ha Washington. King Albert of Belgium risked the Carted States 20 years ago. The prea. eat king was tnea a prince and spent early J2 months in this country as a tourist and newspaper correspondent. HERE IS A GOOD ONE One 1918 Maxwell, just painted at a bargain Tires, Tubes, Boots, Reliners and Patching Material of all Sorts ' COLLINS AUTO COMPANY 511 H Street ; ; ' f Phone 317 G. B. BERRY Harness and Saddlery Auto Top and Canvas Work With Grants Pass Hardware Co. Xew Bate Wall Desk $1.00 $1.00 1.00 1.00 3.50 3.75 ' 2.75 2.25 2.00 .50 .65 3.00 3.00 2.50' 2.25 .75 1.00 3.25 REUNITED AFTER 25 YEARS Father and Daughter Brought To gather by Advertisement Believed dead for 25 years, H. D. Ferguson returned to Wichita, Kan, and ' wBH reunited with two of his daughters. The reunion was made possible by a newspaper advertise ment in which the aged father Bought to know the whereabouts f hi daughters. When one of the daughter went to the address given In the adver tisement, she met an elderly man, who produced a worn photograph of the family taken a Quarter of a minn ago, A huppy reunion followed. Mfgr., Buffalo. N. T. .