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daily rogue riykk cockes
Sunday, Atom IS, ttlT.
Alt kinds of safety rasor felades
at Cramer Broa., U .. u
A. L, Edgertoa ui family aad
MUi Millie Drake, left Friday tor
Crater lake. , .' i .
" Snaring POWder, SftaVlBg ram
end shaving brushes at ' Cramer
Bros. - i. , . -.;. II
Bargains Is ladles wash dress
skirts. Mre. 98. Rehkopf. ' tt
C 0. AM ud family left Friday
(or Oekford.. 111., to spend a month
Packard liquid tar soap. Sable bat
. A wall assortment cemg equip
ment at Crams 3ros. t
..Winchester rifles, and cartridges,
cartridge baits and hunting knives at
Cramer Broa." .v .:' ? II
, Paul Kirkar and family latt Fri
day tor Crater lake, where they will
"eemn tor several dan.
Steelhead trout ""Tiles and heavy
triple leaders at Cramer Broa. , 28
Hiss Ktheriae-Chapmaa arrived
Friday evening for a visit with ker
sister. Mrs. LneOa Tryer.
, Bicycles repaired, at Cramar Bros,
atlas Loretta Robbing returned to
Medford Sktorday night after visit-
leg several days with Mrs. Vsllard
Traix. r "'V ;- ; " r ': -:
A safety raaor with one blade for
only 3$ cents a Cramer Broa. 28
Dr. eadMrs. Bert Elliott aad Mr.
and Mrs. rred Wilson are enjoying a
week end camping trip 4a the Takll-
ma district - -1 .
Fancy skadea la new midsummer
and fall felt bats. airs. B. Rehkopt
Mr. aad Mrs. John Dally, of the
lower Illinois sectloa, went to Med
ford Sstnrday, where airs. . Dally will
be at the Sacred Heart bospiui for
. an operation. ' .
A $5 Durham Duplex razor now
only 81 at Cramer Bros. 18
Rev. -and Mrs. Melville T. Wire
returned Saturday night from Care
Camp, where they have been caap-
' ':.r-':-'. i' '
' Mrs. Wm. Borgmsn came In from
. Kerey Friday where she had . been
visiting her, motherland grandmoth
er and later left for California,
where she will meet her hveband.
, ,M good ahaves for $1 with-a Dor
ham Duplex raxor' from -Cramer
Bros. ,:. i : 'y II
e LOCAL :
Shows a number of practical Im
provements. Cam wtU be la stock
early this week, tat as show them
to you. W. a Maxwell, agent. 18
Hwe Vom a Ptaac :
If so come la aad' get one of the
dime sn vines banks at the Jo
sephine County bank. Then save a
dime a day and be ready to make
tha first payment oa a 50 Liberty
eond when the next issue Is made.
Pcavr aad Apple Growers Notice '
: We have opened Warehouse, No. S
for the season and represent Scabel
ft Day of New York. Coma and see
as. Telephone No, 157. Glsmann
Woioea of Woodcraft
' -All members of the Women of
Woodcraft are requested to meet at
thej hall at t o'clock this afternoon
and attend tha funeral of Mrs. 0.
H. Kesteraoa la a body.
OS for GMTtack-- .
Vr. and Mrs. George Dickinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Stlnesaugh left this
morning for a two weeks', outing
on Grayoack creek. They expect to
get the limit of trout and deer.
The Wardrobe Cltaaias
At SIB North 'Sixth street Phone
147. Receiving once with Peerless
Clothing Co. . Cleaning, pressing and
repairing. - We call for and dellrer. tf
VmaA Oaeaifiers Wanted.
, The government, through the civil
service commlaslon, la endeavoring
to secure more stenographers and
typewriters, and also assistant land
classifiers and ' Junior land classifi
ers. ' Information relative to these
positions msy be secured at the post
offtce. i . ; ' ,
Rev. Xeylor to Speak ,
The union church service at the
Central achool jrrounds tonight will
begin promptly at 8 o'clock. Rev.
B. D. Naylor. of Sebastopol, Cal..
wiU speak, his topic being, "God Be
lieves, in. Too," Everybody la In
1 ted," and evaryone la welcome.
Tiie Newest "Wonder" of the Age
1 1 j
Monday Evening. Men Only
Offlcers aad members of the East
ern Star are requested to meet at
the Masonto hall at 1:45 this after
noon, . from which place they will
go la a body to the funeral of Mrs.
Kesterson. The Interment will be In
the 1. 0. 0. P. cemetery by the order
of tha Eastern. Star.
Ir. Bywater. Mores . fl
, After August 1, my office will be tn
rooms formerly occupied by Dr.
Strieker la tha Masonic Temple. , Dr.
Ed. Bywater. ? 10
Who Knows John retersoa) .
Acting Coroner Sari Conklla has
not been able to .find any relatives
of John Peterson, the Swedish fire
fighter, who wsa killed last Saturday
by a. falling tree In the Prosoect dis
trict. No one In Granta Pass where
the man lived could throw light oa
hla Identity. Tha body is still at the
undertaking , . establishment. Med
Ieft for Brwertoa
' Uichard , Turpln left Thursday
night for Bremerton, Wash., to en
ter the navy as aa engineer. Mr.
Turpla spent many years in tha V.
8. service. The past summer he has
been at the Turpln 1-eTeesler
mine oh Foots creek, a pro;erty oa
which extensive development work
Is being done. Mr. Turpln was ac
companied by his son, J. F. Turpln.
who will attend achool at Bremer
ton. ; ' 'V n '", '
Past Ifoble Grand flab ?
The regular monthly meeting of
the Past Noble Grand dub met In
the I. O. O. F. hall Friday afternoon.
After a short business session' the
time was pleasantly spent In listen
ing to a program of readings, mssie
and visiting. At the close rske aad
ice cream were served. Those pres
ent were: Mesdsmes Ids 8mlth, Ad
dle Tuffs, Cleveland. Bratton, Davis,
Goodnow, MInto. ; Nixon, Wimer.
Lucy Harmon, Harmon and Mrs.
Heath hostess. -
MORE JAP WARSHIPS
AID ALLIES IX Kl'ROPK
London, Aug. 11. Additionsl
units ot the Japanese navy have Join
ed the allied fleets In allied waters,
it was officially announced today.
. t f ;
'' Engraved calling cards 100 card
Itnd Plate. In script. 11.50; if plate
is furnished. 100 cards for II.
Sunday and lO) lO
Birth of a Babe
- The county school superintendent,
Mrs, Alice Bacoa, wishes the teach
ers of the tralalng school to defer
the purchase of writing paper pads
and note hooka tilt Monday morning
August 13, at tha high school build
All those expecting- to tea oh la
Josephine county this year are re
quired to attend this school unless
exempt under tha -law. ' ' '
RED CROSS ASKED
TO KlilT GEM
An urgent appeal has come to the
Red Cross for 1.500,000 knitted
sets, comprising sweater, .muffler,
wristlets and socks, tor the armies
in Franca during tha coming 'winter.
Headquarters have sent the appeal
on to the various chapters and are
asking that a special .force of knit
ters be organised promptly to help
fill this order. An Immense quan
tity of yarn Is being purchased and
distributed among the chapters who
Indicate their ability and disposi
tion to help In this work.'
Needless to say the committees of
the Grants Pass chapter have slresdy
started on this effort
PEACE EFFORT FAILS
LUMBER fM STRIKE
Seattle, Aug. 10. A final confer
ence between the Washington stste
council of defense, representatives
of the lumber operators, the strik
ing ihlnvlAVuvnn a n ft tlmtuir wnrk-
I era, and neutral committee repre
senting the general public In an ef
fort to settle the labor differences
snd re-open the mills, ended late to
day. It waa a failure, according to
the admission of the state council of
defense. ' 9 ; '
Job work st tte Courier.
PROVES Mn ra
The 'Hyatt Roller" the world's
toug-dtetance car, now making a tour
around the U. 8. A., arrived In
Grants Pass Saturday and was seea
about town, and at Oldlng'a Oarage
during the evening.
This old 1801 model 1 Butch, still
equipped with Its original set ot
Hyatt Quiet Bearings,' holds the
world's greatest mileage record, hav
ing traveled !8,4ST miles to data.
A distance equal to 10 times around
the world has not worn the Hyatt
hearings In this ear perceptibly. Oa
this trip 15,000 miles more are being
Tha "Hyatt Roller's" trail suit
ed at Detroli on June 4th, leading
east to Boston, then down through
New York apd Washington. Then
the oM car turned west and passed
through St. Louis. Kansas City, Den
ver, and on to Los Angeles. Then
It travelled north through San Fran
cisoo and through Grants Pass to
Seattle. Here the path leads esst
again to Detroit.
Whea It Is considered that this
car has passed through what would
normally be over 80 years of service,
has burned over 18,000 gallons of
gasoline and worn out 18,000 worth
of tires there Is Just cause for the
sssertlon that It Is the most un.
ususl automobile on the road today
It's record is a splendid testimonial
both .to Its sturdy construction and
to tha durability of the original Hy
att Quiet Bearings upon which it still
rides on Its way around America. 88
About 11 o'clock Saturday morn
Ing, a Ford car bound south, driven
by a woman accompanied by her
husband, left the road at a point on
the Pacific hlghwsy one and one-
bslf miles south of Canyonvllle,
Ore., rolled down the mountain side
llll feet, and 60 feet across a flat
st the base ot the mountain Into a
The lady had turned out ot the
rosd to let s north bound ear br
when the loank gave way with re
sults sa stated. The occupants of
the car were badly cut about the
face, and received many body
bruises. The lady sustained
They refused to give their name,
ssylng thslr relatives In Portlsnd
would become unnecessarily excited
should thsy learn of the accident.
The license number of the ear was
The place where this happened Is
said to be the worst place on the
Pacific highway between . Grants
Pass and Portland, for an accident
of this kind.
ParnMHd by W. B. Baaaoa of
Grants Paso Abstract Co.
, ; August 10, HIT,
''" James W. Sonar to Robert J.
Boner, 81.21 Ac. In Sees, 14 and 88
88-8. 8600. 1
- The Takllma Smelting company to
John. Hampshire. 8W14 of CWK of
NW14 Sec. 26-40-8; NWK Seo. 88-40-8
(Queen of Bronte Mine): WH
of Nim and EH of NWK Seo. 85-40-9,
C. B. Halllday on EH of SW of
BW See. 15-88-5.
Wllford Charles Johnson and
Ruth Caroline Strong. 1 ! '-
4 ; COMTira EVTBNTS 4
August 1-19, Thursday Continu
ing 10 days: Free Methodist Csmp
. meeting. . .,, ,. ...
Auguit 18, Monday Opening of
training school for Josephine ooun
ty teachers, High school building.
August 18, Monday Hearing of con
test eases before water board.
t S THB MOMENT YOV ARE IUSADV ,.
' FOR THAT NEW SITT, STEP THIS A
' IT' WILL DR FOR YOi'R OWN IN.
TRUEST TO DO SO.
THKRK ARC tXH'R THINGS YOV
CAN tKKtt Bl'RH AHOIT WHEN '
, YOV COME HERE FOR YOI'R
... r,: ', Hl'RH OF THE FAJ1RICS i i U
fil'RR OF THE TArLORIXG
" Sl'RK OF THE STYLE
' Sl'WR OF A RIGHT PRICE
Excellsct Sts $15,
lOT8 OF OTHKIt
i flOOl THINQH TO
. . grants maa. ohkoon : .
" Mtn War It. Wt Htu If Xmk Buy Cftter Then CrM"
(Continued from page 1.)
mill and reached the roadway where
he feinted. Turpln left the mill
without anyone's attempting to de
lay or capture him. A man who was
at work on the road leading to the
mill asked Turpln as he passed
"What Is the trouble up at the
mill" and Turpln replied that "he
had fixed HcCalltster so hs would
never hand any rough stuff to anyone
Sheriff Lewis has the entire Illi
nois valley district on tha lookout
for the fugitive. He was dressed
very lightly, with a checkered cap,
light shirt, khaki trousers and light
shoes, without either coat or under
clothing. It la believed he wiU be
compelled to put in an appearance
at some house before long.
Young Tnrpla'a father expresses
the belief that Ralph will come to
his borne within a day or two, la
which case he states he. will advise
him to surrender to the authorities.
Young MoCalllster would,, have
'been 82 years of age tomorrow.
Tha funeral services of MeCellta
ter will be held at. the Adventlst
church Tuesdsy afternoon at 8:80 to
which friends are Invited.
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So per line per issue.)
WANTED Second band typewriter.
Must be In good condition. Ad
dress P. O. Box 677, Grants Paas,
40 ACRES FOR SALE 10 under
cultivation, 10 miles from town.
80. Edmund Wall. 811 C Bt. 8
SIDE LINE MEN Do you want a
real one that one order a day will
pay you 8. No samples to carry,
Something new. Write today.
Canfield Mfg. Co. 208 Slgel St..
Chicago, III. ; r ft
AETNAIZE Take out an 'accident
policy with L. A. Launer In the
Aetna. . v 84
FOR SALE Flat top oak desk, with
swinging typewriter desk; . also
ahotgun for sale cheap, Phone
: s m
The Social Problem of tha Vol verse in Six Parts with Orml Haw
ley, Barf Metoalf, Oatarta Handwerth, Kemptnn Green aad a sta
pendous cast, t ' ;
' Tiie picture is one dealing with a subject
which Theodore Roosevelt made a universal
topic ., , , f
The film sensation of the age. Passed by the Censor Board, you
' should see It. No children admitted nnlees aorouvaoUd tf par
SHOW YOU, '
INSURANCE Any kind, beat wt
companies. U A. Lauaar, .reel
JOS MOSS AQBNCY Fire leeur
ance, plate glass liability insur
ance. 804 H Sixth treat. tf
FOR SALE Sound team, weight
1,060 each, or will trad tor other
stock. C H. Demsrsy. tf
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms, modern. Inquire 966
North Sixth street. 66
FOR RENT S-room cotuga oa F
street, next to creek. Inquire of
Wm.. Boog, 208 Foundry St 48
"TsioiinT"tans7cap to Old
mobile. Finder please retura to
C A O. C. R. R. office. 29
PEACH PLUMS Inquire at 7918.
8th or phone 661-J. 66U
FOR RENT 6-room cottage. Oaa
and elecUlclty, bath, fire place,
cellar, Jileeplng porch, wood shed
' and stash room, Oood wall, gar
gs, lots of shade." 910 per month.
619 O street,, 96t(
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, four
yearlings. One Simples separator.
W. C. Long, 1886 Bast A street, 29
FOR SALE 160 feet of 6-foot
chicken wire. Phoae 81W. 99
FOR SALE A pair of But Orplag
ton ducks and a few grown Flem
ish giant does. Inquire at 716
, North Ninth street after 6 p. m.
S. A. Pottort 89
LEWIS ART STl'DIO SOLD
The Uwls Art Studio baa bean
sold the new owner will reopen the
ssuie for business oa or about Oc
tober 1, 1917. The studio will be
renamed, remodeled and refurnish
ed throughout and completely equip
ped with all of tha latest aoccesoriss
and apparatus tor tha production ot
the very highest quality of portrai
ture and will when completed be one
of tha (best equipped studios In tha
entire Rogue river valley, , An
nouncement of opening will appear
later, therefore hold your sontem
plated work and watch for tha date
which will appear In this paper, 80
Mrs. K. Hammerbacher went to
Med ford snd Ashlsnd Saturday for
a few days' visit.
A elaeilfled ad will give rssuRs.