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VKINK8I.', Al Cil HT 20, lull).
UHAXT PAN8 DAILY COIKIKH
A NOEL. 0AKK8- 75 cents ach; or-
der by Phone, No. 190-J. , 2tf
OKT YOUR TIRES MENDED tad
buy a D. M. C. K. welder for
. future use. Boo Mr. Gotcher, the
tiro ninn at Grants Pass botol. tf
II ACRF58 oak, madrono, (Ir and
Dine, on railroad la Jerome
Prairie. Will take wood to par
mant atumuate. Pbono 270. 83tf
00-AORB STOCK RANCH for eale;
about 125 acree In cultivation;
considerable Irrigation; 2 inllea
from R. R. station; 1V4 mllee
from two ecbools; balf caeb, bal
ance low Interval. Address No.
1051 car Courier. 86tf
FOR 8ALK Blnicer sowing macblnea
on easy term. Macblnea rented
and old machines taken tn part
payment. C. A. Cbapman, 245 8.
Central avenue, Medford. Local
bead quart ire Oronta Paaa Hard
FOR 8A1,TC Two email chicken
houses. Inquire of MIm Russell,
Corner Munzanlla Ave., and Mer
lin rond. 0tf
FOR SAldi- Throe acre tract, house,
burn, poultry house, (las en
iilni'. pump uuil tank for IrrlKut
tiiK fruit nnd hrrls. Inquire
723 C etroet. 49
HORHI JS FOR 8.VNK ON 1X)N1 TIMK
nought tntfrtor, will sell several
' good, work homos, teem 1200 and
1400 lbs., on years time, If deslr
ed, with no out!) down to good
party. For particulars ad drew
Box 070 lranU Pass. 49
FOR HA1.H at a big sacrlfl.e One
Austin iiamtony No. 8 crusber,
good ft new, capacity 20 ton per
hour. One Fairbanks-Morse oil
nKlne, 30 h. p. Two Fauet gigs
ant table. Two seta roll. Shaft
ing, Pulleys, Compressor, Lighting
'Plant, 20 oil barrels, ore care,
tool, ore aacka. Any reasonable
cash offer aorepled. If Interested
come and look It over. Chan. W.
Scott, take Creek, Oregon. 50
FOR BAI.B 1917 Kord In excellent
ahape, good tire. Will demon
strate. 24 25. Palace Hotel, Room
It. . 45tf
FOR SAIB Damson and other
plums, ripe. . Come and pick
them. 2tyc per pound. B. B.
CarirHI, Coldcn Drift Dam. 4 8
FOR SAJ-E Peache for canning.!
Will deliver, 60 cents. Route 8, i '.',"' iZZ2iU W ".""".7
1 !TAXI fPhone Roses Confectionery,
-Llj. "I No. (10. for tail. Hnrry cajla at
ni3ixrint fc " w iui ivo7ndne7ai
olm'trli'al work, repairing, hoimo
wiring.' C. C. Harper, J15 North
Sixth utrent, phone 47.
B. L. U A L.RRAITH Insurance, any
kind. Rentals. Building and
Ixan. Plate Olaaa Liability. 609
O street. ' Mtf
A AMI Kit
WA.NTE1-Housekeeper. Must be
a woman of refinement, not over
40 years of age. Addren Solus,
care Courier. 89tf
WAA'TOD Mon lor woods, Kallers,
iRuckers, 'Limbers, Swampers.
HlRheHt wages, eight hours, good
accommodations, straight time.
Come at once or wlte or wire for
further Information. Board 11 a
day. Johnson-Pollock Lumber
Co., Mt. Hebron, Calif. 51
WANTED -Small fruit dryer, suit
able for drying over stove. Phone
WANTED 50 hop pickers August
30 at old Ranufii yard, fl miles
west of city, north aide of river.
. Apply J. E. Vlrdln. Rd. S'o. 2,
Grants Para. 4 (Iff
WANTED Messenger boy, good
wages. Fine opportunity to leurn
the business for an ambitious boy.
Must have bicycle and be over 19
years of age. ' Apply. Western
Union' Tel. Co.' ' 48tf
"WANTED tMe to work In lumber
camp or up-to-date sawmill.
Transportation ' furnished. ' For
particulars . Inquire ; at fireen's
Crescent City stage office, Grants
Pass, Ore., near S. P. R. R. depot,
and express office.. Phone 26. 48tf
ARB YOU a .successful salesman
working among farm trade? Or
, are ypu amibltlous to become one?
,Do you, want t,o eorn $250 to 30
,tt month, wholesaling groceries to
.formera? Steady olomand. Yearly
repeater. Same territory. rCnr re-'
' ..quired, ,H, Huntlna;, Box 2p90,
' i??W!W!i ' " ' . " 62
( IVIli KNGINKKH
DANIBIj MoFAltbAiND. civil engi
neer and surveyor. Realdence
740 Tenth etroet, phone 211-Y.
1 1 i Mj 1 t 1 v..1.. ' -jf-r 1 1 1 fyt;i..srr
ICHTRAYKD There came to my
place recently one hog, moatly
white with block markings, hai
elit In ear. Owner may address
Paul Wusk, Murphy. Ore. 4
E. C. MACY. 1. M. D. First-class
dentistry. 109 14 South Sixth
trwet, Qranti f'aaa, Oregon.
O. OUOMBNT, M. D., Prai.tlce
limited to diseases of the eye, ear,
none and throat. Classes fitted.
Office boura 9-12, 2-6. or on ap
pointment. Phone, office 62; resi
3. IHHIIIIUDGK. M. D. Phyalclan
and surgeon. City or country calls
attended day or night. I'bones,
residence. 889; office. 1&2. Sixth
and )j streets. .
A. A. W1TIIXM, M. D. Internal
medicine and nervous diseases,
903 Corbetl Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m.
DR. W. T. TOMPKINS, fl. T.
Rooms 1 and 2 Schmidt Bldg.
Treats all diseases. Hours 9-12
a. m.; 1-5 p. m. Phone S04-R.
DR. It. J. BROTH,. Veterinarian.
Office at residence. Phone 305-R
DltAYAOK AM) TrtAtSKi:it
TUB WORLD MOV KB; eo do we
Hunch Bros, Transfer Co. Phone
F. O. IS1IAM, drayaxe and transfer
Safes, pianos and furniture
moved, .packed, shipped and etor
nd. Office phone 124-Y. Resi
dence pbono 124-R,
U8B THE WHITE UNE TAXI FOR
prompt service. City aad country
trips. Safety first. Call Grants
Paaa Hotel, phone Hi. Residence
phone I20-R. W. O. White. 790
IF YOU WANT TO GET THERE,
call 22-J. Two common old Fords.
We are oa the Job anywhere and
' any time. Palace Taxi Co. Wyatt
and Cutler. Jitney Uuke. 60tf
any time. C. B. Oflkaon.
J. 8. Mac.MURRAY Teacher of sing
ing. Write or apply at 7I Lee
H. D. NORTON, AUoruey-at-taw.
Practices in all State and Federal
Courts. First National Bank Bldg.
G. W. CQL.VIO, Attorney-at-law.
Orants Pass Banklpg Co. Bldg.
Grants Pass, Oregon.
E. 8. VAN DYKE, Attorney. Prac
tlces in all courts. First National
O. 8. iBLANCHARD, Attorney-at-law.
Golden Rule' Bldg. Phone 170.
Grants Pass, Oregon. ,
C. iA. S'lDLER, Attorneyat-law. Ma
' soriie Temple, Grants . Paaa, Ore.
0EO. H. DURHAM,' Attorney-at-law,
referee In bankruptcy, Masonio
Temple, GranU Pass, Oregon.
' Phone 135-J.
JAMES T. CHINNOCK. Uwyer,
First Matlonal Bank Bldg., Grants
Paaa, Oregon. . .
The California and Oregon
Coast Railroad Company
, T1MB CARD . , ,
Effective Nov. 19, 1918.
Trains will run Tuesday, Thursday
. and Saturday -;
LeaveGrants Pass ...1 P. M
Arrive Waters Creek.L.'......2 P. M.
Leave Waters Cree'k .......S p. M
Arrive Grants' Pass..,. .:.... P. M.
For Information regarding freight
o,nd passenger rates call at the office
Of the company, Lundburg building,
or telephone 181, '
Five Dollars Reward-
- Five dollars reward will be' paid
for the arrest and conviction of any
one stealing the Dally Couriers from
residences or mall boxes. :
All ApdJ .of AeRftl .lftn,k at ths
EZRA PROVED TRUE PROPHET
Hie Prediction That Funeral and Mar
riage Were Before Him Turned
Out to B Exact '
Iist week n friend drifted Ir) rroni
the Old Home Town, now V) yirs
back of me, nnd we hud a x-iiwn of
gossip abont Tli .'old eeqimlntunces
whleli was eotil ustlKfylng. Home of
the Modi wvre fintlietlc, imiue wi.-r
sordid, some were humorous, but all
of them Illustrated pluiNes of life la a
country town. Perlmps tills one ahem
Er was the tx-xt.
When I left Hie Old Hume Town
Er.ra was the powseiiitor of a wife
whom be had trnd for 25 years or
more, mid who wna m fairly good
cmdltln. altboiiKlt a little rtenf. mm
mlgjit well bo, fur no woman ever
talked more fluently or more willingly
than did her huNlmiu). For some rea
son she whs tjikeu III und died, snd
Era niiiiiriind lief fir a time, nut nn
Mceedlrinly long tlintl. and then he be
gan to tnke norlre and prew-ntly mar
Tills wife No. 2 whs, of eoume,
luter model, lurt tu too. fell III, and
the pliynlelim adylxed nn ijjierntlon.
Ezra hired an niitmnolille ami went
with her to the hiNiltul. where the
physicians told lilm Hint there was lit
tle hope that he would recover. He
went home Sirrowfully. and flnully he
broke out to the driver In this way:
"Oood Lord. I've got to go through It
all airnln bury This wife anil then get
Anil he was a true prophet for
things huppened )llv( ne prodi,;,.
ANY FOOL CAN FIND FAULT
Practically Impossible Tor Any Prop
osition, However Good, to Be
Absolutsly Without Flaw.
There Is nothing however good but
a person may find some fault In It If
he Is determined to do so. There Is
nothing perfect that Is of mnn's rank
ing. There Is nothing that man origin
ates or performs but what contain
more or lea of his weuknexs. Worth,
like wster. mut stay below the level
of It4 source. It is quite natural that
a erson should dissent. The scientists
dlspnte ss much an the theologians.
Every time one obtains a new stand
wlt he rhange bis opinio. Every
tlme4ie meets a friend he finds that
lie fllffur. y
o we must nmke up our minds to
disagree In the right spirit, observes
thethlo ttnte Journal. If we don't do
Ibirt and our dlsMureement fulls Into
HI will and anxiety, then we become
enemies of the truth and social pests
besides. The persjm we earnestly and
camlMly disagree with rosy be right
end ourselves wholly wrong. It would
make ut feel ery rtbsurd sometimes
In the midst W a violent controversy,
to tiave a ndileu light let In on the
controversy and show our adversary
entirely right. The safest thing, so far
aa one's conduct .toward. hlra Is con
cerned Is to remember he may be right
and treat him accordingly.
Markings of Horse's Coat.
It la foimil Hint there 4s a very deli
ntte cniiitectbin 1ict rcii the t-oat color
of hnraea anil the fi--.iipiu-y wit h
whlfh while iuiii-klnv wi-ur. Thus
Hie tatter are by far llie iimsi iiim
Uiolity iiMHitrjiieil I tit the rlnwiniit
iiiliir. Ami not only jire ikey Hie.ikHist.
(rvvi.lini In rliiwttinl lnkDwa. tmt It Is
lilm. of emirne, a ttell-kmiwu tuej rlml
On' innrklnjjH line jijn tw nuire -ii'inti'il
in nutiire la the mm; of this
ctilor than In that irf any oilier. CIk-!-nut,
therefore. iiitirentty tHWKesneK
no lo Kieiik. a speciAl alllally for rhese
murkliik's. Bay milks next aw tVKiiri'.M
the di'iir-t? of fnUeney rith wkUli
white ninrkinxs uppear la horses ut
this color, althotigh it nnaes a goxd
Way behind chestnut In this rept-t
Then follows brown, while the white
murks are met with less frequenlly
among black and ronn colored norst.
Why Strike Collapsed.
Two ti'li'Knipli dim' ra tors worked In
the office of the Milwaukee Free Press.
Both were employed by the press as
soclutlou and not by the paper. Th.y
came soused one Sunday night, de
cided to strike, making demands for
more pay and shorter hours from the
managing editor' of the newspaper.
They were told to muke their petition
to their employers. The telegraphers
retired for a council of war, put the
strike Into effect and decided to picket
(h,e office. The ofllce had but one en
trunce, but there must be strategy;
so one of the strikers posted himself
directly In front of the office and the
other around the comer, the two lie
lug out of sight of eut-h other.
1 Tlii'ii eucli luiil the hi me hunch ofj
getting another drink. They left their
posts and that .un the end of the
strike. Other operator were culled n
and the wires bussed merrily on.-
Pep. ' ' ' " '".
No Difference In Degree.
Dorothy was very, much Interested
In watching twin hoys who snt across
from her In the street car. They were
pecuHnr-looklng children, but, hN
much alike In feature. At dinner tlmt
night she snld, "Daddy, you ought to
have, seen those boys on the car today.
tOne looked Just exactly as bnd as the
other." v -. '
Mining blanks -Courier office.
(Continued from page 1)
ars are some of the things worked
up Into attractive articles.
The work In the clay is particular
ly Interesting, especially aa many
fine deposits of clay have been
found In the eounty. Prof. Jenkins
la diving instructions In the burn
ig of clay piece that any teacher
may use In ber school so that the
best articles modeled by each child
may be burned and saved. For all
round purposes, the deposits of clay!
near Waldo soema the best, and a
leading geologist of tho state pre
dicts that Oregon has a eomlng In
dustry in th.e pottery business.
Much credit is due Superintendent
Bacon for ber untiring efforts to
make the' training school a success',
and her deep Interest In the welfare
of the rural schools of the county.
It Is hoped that In another year all
of the teachers who have this work
will attend the training school.
Don't let TOtir children i
they are fretful, peevish, puny or
cross, give them Holllster'a Rocky
Mountain Tea a hirminu ih, -fo
laxative for children. 85e. Sa.'bln'a
Drug Store. Adv.
Grants Pass Evidejce For
Grants Pass People
The Ktut entente of Gruntl pa KeaU
dents Are Surely Mom Reliable
Than Those of l"ttr 14 rangers
Home testimony ls.reat proof.
Public statements 'of 3tiat:, Pa:
people carry teal weight.
.What a friend or neighbor navs
Here'a a Grants Pass man's state
ment. And it's for Hrsnls n tiannla'i
far away Invites your diiubts.
me word or one whse home Is
Such evidence Is con inclag.
That's "the kind nr nrnl th.t
backs Doan'a Kidney. Pills.
D. O. Toole, 321 Bridge street.
says: "I am subject to back ache at
times, which makes it bard for me to
straighten up when I get down to do
anything. When I have this trouble.
I take Doan'a Kidney Pills and they
alwavs fix me nn In Una ah a no
J Doan'a Kidney Pills are all that is
. filn ImnJ . u J . ,
.,i,ucu mr mem aau r never Hesi
tate to reiommend them to others
when I hear them complaining of
pains in the back."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan'a Kidney Plils the sime
that. Mr. Toole had. FoBter.Mil
burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
CobstlpatioD. upsets the entire sys
temcausing serious illnesses to the
human fimllv. non't nm Uniu.
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will drive
out constipation, regulate the bowels,
tone the stomach, purify, cleanse.
Without fall give It a' thorough trial.
it vara1' w"vrti"'rej'
Ford Owners Counter-balance your
engines and reduce the constant ter
rific, trouble-making vibration that
creates wear and eats up engine power
9.!!!"" ' 7nuM of bnf tnolHM i
I "F. " lulBPtl with Idrml If
I c"uf V04" f or . Coanttrbalmne. A counter- 1
-mMnmefA tnnk-afl mitt U
1 ! S Mfwm tHglM lift B
I . 1 , S ' ! S ; W5wicp. ,. ft
Uetnirt undtr Dunn Pttnt U-41T
Hai Coanterbalancts are unquestionably
the most important accessory ever brought
out for Fords. They can be easily installed
in an hour's time simply by removing the
bottom plate from the cranlfcase. You
doitt have to take engine out of frame.
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World's Smsllest Republic.
The smallest repnbllc In the world
so far as aren Is ccacerned. Is St
Gousf. situated in an aimml Inacces
sible part of the Basses-Pyrenees. St.
Goust Is hardly s square mile In area,
with a 'population of practically 1311
rerons. who role themselves. The
president is elected by a .council of
twelve, chosen for five yesrs by the
people, and 'he Is likewise Judge, as
sessor and tax collector. This little
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Oregon Agricultural College
Trains far ksdnihip ia th IndiMUin and proftaaion as follows .
HOMl ECONOMICS, AGRICULTURE. COMMERCE, FORESTRY. PHARMACY. MUSIC.
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, CIVIL ENGINES RINO, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. INDUSTRIAL ARTS.
MlfilNO ENGINEERING, LOGGING ENGINEERING. MILITARY SCIENCE,
Thr CaOri trstfunf Includaa eaunra In Enthih. Economics. Art. Mathcmatin, Modern Lantuaan,
Phltucal EO at xm. Industrial Journalism, Natural toratn, and aU waiwiala oi an iucatM.
Three regular terms Fall term begins September 22, 1919
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We are fully equipped for all Kiaaa of battery
work at' reasonable price oenalsteat with first
When In needof a new battery buy the still-better
Wiilard. with threaded rubber insulation.
The Battery Shop
A. V. Hazel
""is rrnrs itr T-rwiwnrtrvv',,,yti",wiiiiij111
. No drilling no machineryno special
wrenches required. Ideal Counterbalance
fit your Ford crank-shaft accurately-once
in place they positively cannot come loose,
slip, break or fly to pieces. Guaranteed to
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506 South 6th Street
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republic has been rnled. It Is snld. for
more than 2.000 yenrs through a council
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state In the world In regard to popala-'
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It la about five mile long, with an av
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