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PER52NdL ! LOCAL :
. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dahloerg
nt to Medford this afternoon.
Mrs. M. K. McKlnney and daugh
tar nt to Medford last night.
K L. Graham arrived thU niorn
tag tram Portland and will be In the
city for a lima.
Mrs. J. fi. Morton and baby came
U from Rogue River thl morning
for a ( day.
Hen Jr.a went to Glendale this
nomine, where he will drive a truck
a the chrome ore haul.
Eugene Wright came In from
Roaeburg thin afternoon, and will be
hi the city for few day.
C. K. Hart and son arrived thia
afternoon from Posser, Neb., and
lit Halt the J. Pardee family. Mr.
Hart ! a brother of Mrs. Pardee
UUa Courtney Roa returned to
rants Pass thla morning from
rhilhowee. Mo., where ahe spent the
past three months with relative
Come to the Honor Guard dame.
October 25. abd help the girl to
help the boy at the front. 80
"Erercweet." Keep Sweet. Sabln
haa it. 0
Heary Cooper, of Coqullle. stop
ped off here laat night on his way
tome from California. Mr. Cooper
and Mark Woody were old school
Mend, and were playmates SO
year mo. They happened to meet
each other this mornlnK, neither one
knowing that the other was In the
a (fane Is Kverythl
In yesterday's Courier It should
tare teen that son was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewman. Instead
of 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Xewman.
Rree Sharp Prm-il
"Always sharp but never suspen
se you will appreciate the point."
More tire Fight.
Another tot of fire fighters came
down from Portland this morning
for -Medford to be sent out to the
Rk creek district, where forest fires
are raging. There were 28 in the
crowd this morn In?.
Asked to Help Bond Sales
The manage of the Grants Pass
Chamber of Commerce last night re
ceived telegram from Portland
asking him to stump the state on
behalf of the Liberty bonds. Im
portant matters locally prevented
his leaving at present.
Fresh Red Seal dry batteries.
Bosh Electric store. 80
Presbyterian Rally Day
On Sunday the Presbyterian San
day school will hold Its annual ral'y
day exercises, the prosrram tv?,
applied by the primary and junior
departments. There will ho enter
taining features afd a cordial Invi
tation Is extended to all, Sunday
at 10 a. m.
Hnrptiy the 13th
Medford orchestra, -all night
dance, midnight lunch, $1.50. Sat-
' Isfaction guaranteed. 80
Why does the sun rise so gloriously
in the east?
I3 ' -rCS,
Because It can't help It!
Telephone I'm Hn llond
Word has been received at the
local telephone otfte that the Amer
ican Telephone and Telegraph com
pany, of which company the' Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph company Is
the western subsidiary, has bought
$., 000. 000 of the second Issue of
Liberty bonds. The company bought
the same amount of the first issue.
Harvey Itetnrn t City
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Harvey, who
have spent the greater par? of thi
time for the past three years .it
Olendale, where Air. Harvey Is in
terested with his son In business, re
turned to Grants Pass yeste'day ti
remain. Inasmuch aa the Harvey
house Is now rented they wIV. resii'd
for the present at 70J North Klfth
New Tailor shop
We make fine ladles' and men's
garments to order. Ke-iuodeling
re-fittlng and re-llning. Dry clean
ing and pressing. General repair
ing. The work will be right and
the price correct. Our temporary
shop, 50? E street. Grants Pass.
Oscar Berg, Oust C'oorin, proprie
Ifcwth of Charles S. Kelkcrt
Word has been received by rela
tives here of the recent death of
Charles S. Feikert in Antelope coun
ty. Neb., at the age of 44 years and
10 days. He has been a resident
and prominent farmer In Antelope
county for the past eight years. He
was born in Holmes county In 183.
In 1899 he was married to Anna
Herriott of Grants Pass, to which
union were born three children aged
at the present time 16. 11 and 3
years, who survive him.
Warts, scars, pimples, wrinkles,
freckles, etc., removed in from one
to four seconds without pain at The
Picture Mill. ' 80
Preahytettaiu of southern Oiegon
held their &Nth fall meeting at Cen
tral Point Tuesday and Wednesday
of this week. '
The moderator, Rev. Oscar T.
More an of Glendale. presided. Rev.
John W. Itoyt of Rogue River was
elected temporary and reporting
At the popular meetnig Tuesday
evening Kev. K. W, Warrington of
tlosehurg gave the address, and on
Wednesday evening Rev. John II.
Korman of northern ' India spoke.
Rev. W. O. Forbes. I). I)., svndi.nl
Sunday school superintendent for
the northwest, discussed the work
of Sunday schools in southern Ore
gon. Rev. Iloudlnot Seeley, Jr., ad"
dressed the Presbytery on the " Pres
byterian Forward Movement."
Commissioners to general assem
bly at Cincinnati. O.. were nominat
ed aa follows: Rev. Paul S. Tlandv
and Rev. Oscar T. Morgan, Elders
R. W. Eberle and C. B. Umbkin.
The spring meeting of the Ties
bytery will be held in Ashland
REFUSE 10 DRILL
New York. Oct. 12. Six hundred
high school pupils of this city went
on strike today because 40 to 80
minutes were added to the school
day for the purpose of giving them
military training. Four thousand
more threaten to follow unless the
training Is discontinued.
BIRD HUNTING LAW
HILL IS UNDER LEASE
Gold Hill, Ore., Oct. 12. (Spe
cial) M. O. Wouiack, of Medford,
and M. A. Carter, of tAshland, rep
resenting Trinity county, Cal., peo
ple have taken a lease on the old
Red Oak gold mine three miles
southwest of Gold Hill on Galls
creek, and yesterday commenced
with a small crew of men to reopen I
the old works. This property lies
adjoining the famous Kubli gold
mine, and was an old producer In
the early 90's. It has been idle for
a number of years, due to litigation
and recently felt into the hands of
John Ralls, and Claude Lawrence
local men. The property was at one
time operated by M. A. Llnley and.
J. H. Beeman local mine operators,
who battled the ore for reductipn to
the Bart mine mill on Sardine creek.
Washington. Oct. 12. The de
partment of agriculture has an
nounced that the migratory bird law
has been amended, effective October
K, permitting the hunting of these
birds from a half hour before sun
rise to sunset, during tneftopen sea
son, subject to state law.
The open season in Oregon and
Washington, west of. the Cascade
mountains remains unchanged.
Oct. 25, Thursday Honor Guard
dance at Waldorf hall.
Why Pay More Than
These New Clothes
MEN and young men who are
mighty particular about their
t clothes who demand abso
lutely correct styles, fashionable
fabrics, faultless tailoring find in
these famous Collegian Clothes the
biggest value obtainable.
A creat many men and young men in thla town
have been buying Collegian Clothe for ycura, and
they know that Collegian Clothe give nr-rvice and
Drop in and look over our new Fall ntock. Sea
for yourself what attractive and unusual values
we are ottering.
U.S. CIVIL SERVICE
EXAM. IS POSTPONED
The I. S. Civil sen Ice rommisslon
announces that the clerk-carrier ex
amination announced to be held at
Grants Pass, Oregon, on October 1.1,
1917, has been postponed to Novem
ber 10. 1917. Both men and women
will lie admitted to. this examination.
For application blanks and Infor
mation, apply at on' to Donald J.
Calvert, local secretary, board of
civil service examiners, post oltlce,
Grants Pass, Oregon.
Samples and Boole
OHIO UTIKM AUK K.tt'lMi
HKKIOCH MIA I. SMOIt r
Calling cards at the Courier.
"LASSl Fl Ed"AD RATEsT -25
words, two Issues, 25c; lis Issue,
60c; one month, $1.60, when paid In
advance. When not paid In advance,
6c per line per Issue.)
WANTED TO RENT A small home
or a few furnished rooms in the
south part of town, ne:ir bridge.
Inquire of 1966, Courier office XI
HELP LIBERTY LOAN
The work of the four-mirutte-men .
during the Liberty loan campaign j
will consist in helping that move-;
ment to the fullest degree possible.
Other matters will be left to a later
date and the task of putting Ameri
can dollars behind soldiers will be
given not only first place, but the I
entire stage. I
The local campaign will be open-!
ed Saturday evening when Frank
Bramwell and Geo. E. Lundburg
wilt speak at the two motion pic-j
ture theateres on the subject of thej
WANTED TO RENT Small house
with bath, by man and wife. Per
manent. Inquire No. 196.", care
Columbus. O., Oct. !2.-The may
ors throughout Ohio are preparing
to seize the coal supplies to prevent
suffering which Is now wide-spread.
HOWKHS In this rlty. Thursday,
October II, to Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Powers, of 100 West K St..
Before you boy any kind of rooting, get free sample and book of
J-M Reoal "The Rooting with Life." We can save you money on the
first eost of the Hoofing and give you a better Roofing than you can get
elsewhere at any price.
TUB REOAL GUARANTEE
J-M RkoaL RooriNO la sold under the most liberal and honest kind
of guarantee. Thia guarantee la issued direct to the user by a li,0U),UO0.UO
concern with an experience of over fifty year In the Rooting business.
Let us show you this roofing and give you sample, also interesting
book of Information,
ROGUE RIVER IHARDWARE
STRAYED A white, long curly
haired French Poodle dog with
leather collar studded with brass.
Slightly deaf. Answers name of
Laddy. A reward for return.
Phone 243-L, or call at 709 O
KINO LP "Mocha Taxi," No. 181-R,
for taxf service anywhere, any
time. Otto .1. Knlps, Prop. Res
idence phone, 149-Y. 81
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YOl' CAX'T HELP IT!
Mieo S'J far Qalek Delivery
Letterheads that will please you, at
READ The Cosmopolitan two years
for $J. Publishers are offering
many dubs until November 10th
at a saving of 20 to F0 per cent.
Call for your list of these great
bargains In magazines at Clemens,
The Rexall Store. SO
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER for
rent, 60c for a half day. Bush
Electric store. tf
"Modern Mother Goose"
At U::lO. Hut in (Liy, entire
change of program.
Admission 5c ana ISc
FOR EXCHANGE Southern Cali
fornia acreage, two pieces, total
value $5,800,, will consider
Grants Pass or Rogue river valley
up to $5,000, in answering give
full particulars. W. C. Rice, fi.K)
South Park, Pomona, Cal. KX
TOKAY AND MALGA grapes. Mis
slon grapes for Juice at the Kloclt
er place. 1324 Eat A street. 8.
A. Cary. Phone 622-J. 81
WANTED Good pastry cook at the
Grants Pass hotel. 82
The Game of
In tlice timen it hinges
largely on the art of Econom
Tills market Is prepared to
ro-oM-i-Mte it it It you in the
tusk of stretching your income
to rover your needs.
IU-Uvecii us WE CAX 1M)
We have lopcl on" nil sur
We have selected tile very
I ! K.ST meat to le found.
And we aid yim In selecting
Just what you need to fill
l-t us help yon to play Hie
Every Day Prices:
Veal steak and chops I He to 20c
Venl stew .s. 1 2 He
Ueef roasts Iii)4c to 15c
lleef steaks I.V to 22r
Ifc.lllng lieef 10c to 1.1c
TKV OUt COMPOINI)
IT 8AVK.S MONEY
Now in the Market
Rose of Peru, Sweet, 'cause they're ripe.
Muscats, Malagas, Tokays
(ii ecu mill red 4 'hill perperx
Ijilo Siilvtiiy H'HeheM, wi'aped,
('recti mid ripe tomatoes.
Iluliliard hikI suect miIhIii uUiinIi,
MiiciikiiiI, Hie good kind, lc the hhiiiiI.
NixhIIi-k, spaghetti, vermicelli, lOe mid I :lc imckuge,
I 'dl iters Miiiiid ilmkiug HiVtiler, il,1c.
1'nt.li lot of fine I'calierry eolfee at 2.1c.
A rcgiilur Jaiaa I mi at WW the mmiikI.
TlllmiiiMik full cream clicce.
The White House Grocery
We Carry a Fine Line of
Books and Forms
MASONIC TEMPLE, G HANTS PASS
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