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WNONK8I1AY. HKIT. 18. ItlT.
Girls (las CUmwkI
Owing to the opening of school,
the Thursday morning sessions of
Red Cross work, arranged for the
younger girls, will be discontinued.
IUhI Crow Thanks
The Rod Cross chapter desires to
thank Mrs. W. W, . Candy for the
splendid cantaloupe served at the
luncheon today, and Mrs. Mallory for
her valued services In preparing
Get these Facts,
NO NOHIKRY TMH IU4CH OR PRO
FANITY WIINN MKN WKAH OUt
84 HIT F HONIKKY.
FOR MKN, WHO WISH TO TAKH
UOOII ('AUK OF TIIKIK FKKT.
WK IIAVK I.INK8 OK IIONIKHY
Til IT ARK
Darn It !
YY and $20 suits
are not equaled at
at the price, any
where. We guar
antee to save you
$5 to $10 actual
cash on every
Wonder suit you
Wonder suits are up-to-date
they are suits of
Quality, Style, Service.
Let your fall suit be a
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: PER5NdL LOCAL :
J. J. Moll went to Portland today
for a stay of a week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Donnell came
In from their borne In the canyon.
Mrs. O. Erickion went to Klam
ath Falls today to visit her daugh
ter. Charles Hanson left last night for
Astoria, and will probably remain
John Wiseman went to Weed this
morning and will spend some time
with his brother.
"Highland lnen" stationery. Sabin
has It. 54
. . Mrs. Robert S. Adams and daugh
ter, Phyllis, went to Glendale this
morning to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Denlson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Denlson left this
morning 'on a trip to Crescent City.
M. A. Lathrop arrived this morn
ing from Los Angeles and will visit
with his brother-in-law, Geo. C.
E. B. Horning, uncle of Herman
Horning, arrived this morning to
visit for several days. Mr. Horning
is a merchant at Corvallls.
Mrs. M. J. Mallory and daughters,
Misses Mona and Gladys, arrived
Sunday night from Forest Grove and
will spend the winter with Mrs. Alice
R. K. Hacke.tt returned last night
from Ix Angeled, where he was
called on account of the death of
his father, an old time resident of
A fine selection of ladles' coats
just arrived, Mrs. E. Rehkopt. tf
Mrs. 'Mary Hlldrelh returned last
night from a visit with her son at
Portland. She was accompanied 'by
Mrs. Claud Hlldretn, who will visit
H. A. Farlow and family left last
night for Salem, 'where they will re
main several weeks, Mr. Farlow be
ing engaged with one of the hop
yards as dryer.
Mrs. Glenn Wardrlp, who visited
the H. H. Wardrp family, went to
Central Point this morning. Her
husband Is In charge of tke athletics
In the Central Point schools.
C. W. Blrum and his father left
last night for Butte Mountain, Nev.
Mr. Blrum had been working in the
mines near that place and spent a
few days at his home here.
. Mrs. O. C. Dixon and children of
Kertiy left this morning for Misho
waka, Ind., for an indefinite stay.
Dr. Dixon came over to see them off,
and returned to Kerby this morning.
Mrs. 0. R. Penny and son, Pitt,
arrived this morning from Klamath
Falls. They will spend some time
at their old home on Grave creek
and return later to Klamath Falls
to remain Indefinitely.
New wool sweater coats Just
fine for cool days. Mrs. E. Reh
Miss Bartha M. Rooun, head of
the women's physical training de
partment of the Central Michigan
NormHl school st Mt. Pleasant,
Mich., spent a day with Mr. and Mrs.
A, S. Coutant, formerly of Mt. Pleas
ant. 'Miss Ronan left north last
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDonald and
little daughter, or Anaconda, Mont.,
who have been making a tour of the
west by way of California, arrived
In Grants Pass Monday and are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hall. They
will return home by way of Port
land. Courier Bargain Dsy, Sept. 1ft.
Many Attend Theet
Twenty seven tickets to Ashland
were sold on thespeclal "So Long
Letty" excursion train last night.
A number of others went to Ashland
Putting: in Hrali
The last crew of men to have
hand In the installation of the big
car-weighing scales near the 8. P.
passenger station. Is now at work
placing the steel parts, and It Is ex
pected the scales will be In use In
less than a week.
Remember the IHth
Courier Bargain Day, on which
day $4.60 pays one year's subscrip
tion to the Dally Courier. Arrear
ages must be paid to September at
the regular rata.
Rev. Melville T. Wire and Rev. U
Myron Boozer, the former to speak
In the afternoon and the latter In
the evening at the reunion at Ash
land today, wblch Is Grants Pass
day, went to Ashland this morning.
Among the others who went this
morning were Mr. Caldwell of the
Bijou, Mrs. O. S. Goodnow, Mrs.
Dora Cleveland, Mrs. E. A. Wade,
Mrs. W. A. Hood and Miss Lovelle
nnd IHUlltlS KK.WOV In ..
"A Girl's Folly"
FORM ANIMATKI WKKKLY
9 Ae and 15s
The Wardrobe anew
At SIS North 'Sixth street. Phons
147, Receiving offlce with Peerless
Clothing Co. Cleaning, pressing and
repairing. We call (or and deliver, tf
Death f Forme Teacher
Friends In this city received no
tices today or the death or Mrs. Belle
Huden at San Francisco hospital
on Saturday, September 8, Wrs. Hu
den waa a teacher In the Grants
Pass schools many vears o. and
later taught In Astoria.
(imiige Meeting Pixtxmrl
The meeting of the Krultdale
grange, which would regularly be
held ou the 1Mb, has been postponed
until September 29, the firth Satur
day, In order to allow members to
attend the poultry demonstration at
the Ill-a-Ilee poultry farm.
I. Ilywairr Out of City
Dr. Bywaler. eye, ear, nose and
throat surgeon, will be out of the
city until October 1st. 69
A letter received this week from
the national headquarters of the Red
Cross stated that all women working
in the Red Cross work rooms were
earnestly requested to wear the can
and apron designed by the national
order. Some chapters are careless
In Oils matter which cannot be said
or the Grants Pass workers.
Inhibition of Red ernes Work
Through the courtesy of 'Messrs.
Holcomb and Bratton of the Peerless
Clothing company, the 'Red Cross
work room windows contain a splen
did exhibit of the work .being done
by the devoted women who are
meeting twice weekly In this laud
able cause. The exhibit Is attract
lng much favorable comment.
Mlsa Wolke announces that ahe
will now receive pupils In piano and
harmony. During the summer she
has made a special study of graded
courses In music and kindergarten
work, and Is now prepared to give
a well-graded, systematic- course of
instruction. Prospective pupils may
call at her home. 70S North Fifth
street, or phone her. No. 208-1 64
Orchard Coeapaay Incorporate-
Incorporation papers have been
filed for the Oregon Caves Orchard
Company, the owners and Incorpora
tors of which are John M. 'Madden
of 1xs Angeles. F. J. Hurley of Se
attle and C. C. Hunt of this city, to
gether with O. S. Blanrhard as one
of the directors. The orchard Is a
portion of the old Btsmann orchard
comprising 33 acres In fruit, snd has
been known as the Seattle ranch.
The fruit on this tract Is especially
fine and Is a big crop this year.
Ralph Bardwell, of the Bardwell
Fruit Co. of Medford, was in the
city today. His company has hsndled
a considerable portion of the Jose
phine county pears this season.
tots Legio st Dsrlane.
There Is no effeet without a cause,"
quoted the wlc guy.
"How about v. Iicii n woman changes
her mind?" iilfc1 tin- simple mug,
The Red Cross Auxiliary of
Murphy will give Dance and
MIRPHV UHA.NUK HALL
Saturday, Sept J 15
MuMln liy Krultdale OrcAeatrav,
I muring from 0 to 4
Tickets $l.n, including supper
Kvci-ylxirty cordially' Invited
COTTON, I.IMLH, MILK. OAHMl.
MURK, WOOU KTC.
I.V TO $1.00
THK IIHHT VALIKH AT ANY
Edwards Dependable Spices I
Ml HTAKIt ,
10 to 20 Less Than List Price.
417 G St.
MARIO tXH'NTY WILL
HAVK HKRII OF MM.
Salem, Sept. 12. Arrangements
are being made here to plao a nurd
of from 20 to 30 elk In the Ablqua
creek district In Marlun lotiuiy this
fall by the stale fish and gams com-
FIVK NI'RHKH WOINPKI)
HY (iKRMAN AIR IIOMIIH
Paris, Sept. 1 J. Five women
nurses were wounded when German
airmen bombarded . Dunkirk last
night, damaging a hospital, the war
offlce announced today.
The word "Ironmonger" has as curV
ous an origin as any other word lu the
Kugllsh language. It means literally
au eater of Iron and rame to its pres
ent use In this wsy. There was one'
a law that forbade buying flail rosell
again, and the fish hawkers,, who still
I'srrtod un I heir I rude lis aplln of tills
law, were fui-ctloUHly termed tlsh eat
ers or llnliiiiongerN, for to evade the'
law their large purchase of flslt. were'
ssld lo be for their own consumption.
Gradually the term mongur was ap
plied to other trades, ss cheesemonger,
until at last It csnin to niesn any mid
dleman a distinguished from a manu
facturer ninl so was applied to the
dealer In hardware. lmilon Graphic.
(CLAB81FIBD AD RATES. 25
words, two Issues, 25c; six Issues,
50o; one month, 11.60, when paid In
advance. When not pal tat edvewce,
to per line per Issue.)
FIRNI8HKD HOyBK, 7 rooms, for
rent to rignt parties. North Third
street. Key at 684 North Third
after 6 p. m. SK
FOR &ALHS 'Five passenger Ford,
cheap, at Collins garage. TiS
FOR RENT Remodeled a-ronm
house on G street, modern plumb
ing. Three or four well furnished,
comfortable nouaekooplng rooms
at 63 B North Second street. V.
A. Griffin. ' G9
FOR SALIC Chalmers 36 auto, only
run 7,000 miles, looks like now,
sell very cheap or will exchin.te
for Income property, II. A. Grif
fin, phono 14.1-L, nt)
blllClON GAG 13 und egg plums, pe-
tile prunes, tie Anion iii'tirs. 1c
lb. 731 South KlgHth street. Phone
-T.l-T. , . Mtf
MOR(!AN--To Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Morgan. 414 North Second Street,
, Sunday, September , a 1 1 -pound
MoMA'RTlN-CO.V.VKR -At the oraee
Of the county Judge, Saturday,
September N, James Alexander
Mc. Martin and Maty Francis Con
ner, both of Wildervllle, Judge
Sept. IS, Saturday -'Red Cross dance)
Bept. 11 Tuesday -Courier Bar
Sept. 1 6,8aturday -Poultry demon
stration at Ill-a-llee poultry
yards; lecture by Prof. Dryden of
O. A. C.
Sept. 32, Saturday Poaona Orange
Sept. 29-30, Saturday and Sunday
i . K. district convention at Ashland.
NOTICK TO OAIRY PKOPLK
Owners of cows to be tested for
tuberculosis are requested to send
In your namea. I want to teat all
cows In each neighborhood at on
time In order to save unnecessary
R DR. R. J. wbstih
Are ton Forgetful
If you are, mall a check for 14. So
to the Courier to be held until tha
18th, when It will be credited and
a receipt Issued. A doien or more
have already dona so.
White Crown Mason
Rogue River Hdw.
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