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CriBMea Blaahat Tnwtstt Martha
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teed to be correct, Ask fur tba OsXora
Catalua it's free.
The Masic a&d Fboto Hoase
Btantoo BoweU, Proprietor
Guests at Merlin
The following Grants Pass people
were guests at community Thanks
giving dinner at 'Merlin yesterday:
Mrs. E. Crockett, Mrs. Louise Dix
on, Mrs. Jas. Tuffs, Mr. and Mrs. D.
J. Manuel and Mr. add Mrs. Chas,
R. (Drake After the dinner there
was a .program of music and speak
tag. C P. Kunhardt gave the
Thanksgiving address and Chas. R.
Drake dedicated the community ser
vice flag, containing 23 stars.
Married at Vancouver
James C. Olson and Miss Erie V.
Jaques were married at Vancouver,
Wash., Friday, November 22, at 2:45
p. m. at the home of the bride's
cousin, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wlnton
The couple Immediately left for
Gladstone, Ore., to bid Mrs. Olson's
mother, Mrs, M. C. Jaques, goodbye,
and started for Grants Pass where
they will make their borne. Mfss
Jaques was a popular young lady at
Wonder and Grants Pass. Mr. 01-
en Is also a wen known young man
here.
B
OTH men and women
and children, too. fnr
that matter should sup
port the "buy home prod
ucts" movement forselfish
as well as unselfish reasons,
for we all benefit by it.
Local prosperity is the
plain and certain result of
loyal patronage of our local
industries.
USE HOME PRODUCTS.
Hoaa Industry Leacui of Omoon
Kick or Go-Operate
'But above all things don't be
noncommittal. There is no
place in the program of the
church for indifference but a
large place for intense inter
est. We strive to heed the call to
CARRY ON
at the
Church of Christ
Sunday Program
Bible School, 10 a. m. Where
the religious education of all
ages Is given attention.
11 a. m. service In charge of
the C. W. B. M. Ladies organ
ization whose aim Is to answer
world call for workers. Many
items of Interest on program.
Sermon by minister
"FAULT FINDING1
There will be no C. E. at reg
ular time but a
. COMBINED SERVICE
at 7 p. m. .
NOTE This In one-half hour
early.
, BE ON TIME
The C. E. will assist In service.
Sermon subject "Autocracy
in Religion.'' . '
All welcome
PER52NJL
O. H. Pease, of Placer, is trans
acting business in Grants Pass today.
Home industry Moore's bread.
E..S. Van Dyke went to Mcdford
this afternoon on a business trip.
E. H. Wise is in from the Illinois
valley to spend the Thanksjsjvlng
season with his family.
A good battery without service is
like bread without yeast It won't
stand up. See Dr. Spark. 27
Dr. Lee Steiner, superintendent of
the asylum at Salem, spent Wednes
day in the city.
Pompeian Night Cream. Sabln has
it 87
H. L. Wilson, merchant of Glen
dale, spent Thanksgiving with his
family in this city.
J. W. Nipper and wife, of Sunny
side, Wash., are visiting Mr. Nip
per's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Nipper.
When you need battery help pick
out the fellow who can help you
most, not an amateur. See Dr.
Spark. ; 27
Miss Beatrice Brownell, who spent
the past week wHh Mrs. Sam Neas,
left this morning for her home at
Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell Churchill re
turned to Glendale this morning, af
ter spending Thanksgiving with rela
tive.
Hemstitching and pecotlng at 10
cents a yard All work guaranteed
The Vanity Shop, Medford. Ore. 27tf
Gall Smith Is spending Thanksgiv
ing with his parents. He will re
turn on Sunday to Seattle to resume
work In the naval unit at the Unl
versity of Washington.
Commodore Garrett arrived here
Thursday afternoon to spend a day
with his parents. He will leave In
the morning, returning ' to Camp
lewis.
Lett little old Hydrometer make
l X-Jtay of your battery, tt may
save you an operation. See Dr.
8park. 27
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Corson retnrn-
ed
to Grants Pass this afternoon, the
former from The Dalles, where he
went on account of the Illness of his
parents, and Mrs. Corson from Al
bany, where she visited her parents,
Advent! t Missionary Convention-
There will be a missionary conven
tion in the Seventh Day Advestist
church Saturday and Sunday. Elder
Rippey, of Rosebnrg, and Mr.
Shrewsbury, of Eugene, will be pres
ent and give valuable help. Elder
Rippey will preach tonight at 7:30
at the church. All interested are
invited to attend.
NEW TODAY
PIANO TUNING Owing to the ur
gent request of a number of
Grants Pass musical people,
George W. Cross, of Medford, will
again be here on Monday, Decem
ber 2, to fill orders now on hand.
Any others wishing their pianos
tuned and repaired, kindly notify
Rowell Music Store, phone 126-J.
30
WANTED Information as to pres
ent whereabouts of Mrs. Flora
Hill Page, formerly Flora Hill,
who with her husband, mpved to
Grants Pass, Ore., sometime in
1902 or 1903, from San Francisco.
It will be to this lady's advantage
to communicate at once with Mit
chell & Gantz, attorneys,-Alliance,
Nebraska. 29
WANTED" by an" fnvaTIdSunny
room on lower floor with stove,
also board and care. Write or call
on Annie D. Wimer, 412 Booth
Street, Grants Pass. 29
TEACHERS wanted Two for gram
mar grades In rural schools. Ap
ply county school superintendent,
Grants Pass. 28
BUICK CAR WANTED Buick Six,
6 passenger touring car, 1917
model, in first class condition.
Must be cheap for cash deal. S.
P. Shutt, 446 Allison St., Ashland,
Ore. 27
FAT PIG for sale cheap or will
trade for young hens. Phone
24-A, call 414 South Fifth street.
27tf
FOR SALE Spitzenberg, Winesap
and Newton apples. J. M. Brans
combe, Rd. 2, Box 20, phone 604-F-3.
28
FOR SALE Furniture, stoves,
tables, chairs, rugs, etc., top
buggy, a few good hens. 801
North Sixth street. v 32
FOR SALE or Trade for cattle or
anything you have 1 Chevrolet
fine condition, 1918 model; 1
Ford roadster, 1916 model, fine
condition; 1 Ford truck, 1914
model; 1 Overland roaster, 1915
model. R. Timmons, 506 South
Sixth street. 28
iB LOCAL
Finishes Road Work
S. 8. Schell returned yesterday af
ter finishing some contract work on
the pacific highway to the north.
"Here Mahlo" .
vLove Letters of a Rookie," the
funniest yet, at Clemens, the Rexall
Store. 29
Mercury Drops
Wednesday night and Thursday
night the mercury in the thormome
ter ducked its head and Ice appear
ed In the valley both nights.
Office Phone Changed
Call 22-R or call at 415 Q street
for F. G. Isham, transfer. 28
Quarterly Conference
Dr. H. J: VanFossen, of Ashland,
will hold the first quarterly confer
ence of tho M. E. church at the par
sonage tonight at 8 o'clock.
Attending Uodowskl Concert
Misses Alma and Clair Wolke. Gen-
evleve Pattillo. Bernlce Quinlan, and
Mrs. Jensen went to Medford this
afternoon by automobile to attend
the Godowskl concert tonight.
Love Letter of a Rookie"
If you care for ifun read this book.
Clemens, the Rexall store. 29
Dies in Fran
R. Boswell, of the Boswell gold
mine at Holland, has received word
that his son, Robert Boswell. has
died in France through sickness. The
telegram was received Wednesday.
Return From Trip
W. M. Dockery, of the Portland
land office, accompanied by L. E.
King of this city, left for Portland
yesterday after spendlug two weeks
on government work In Jackson and
Josephine counties.
Second Hand Cai
Tavis & Adams Auto Co., Max
well Garage. 27
Home for Thanksgiving
-Miss Margaret Counts, who has
been visiting with her uncle, W. P.
Counts, and attending high school
here, left Wednesday evening for
Cottage Grove to spend Thanksgiv
ing with her parents.
The Morphy Dance
The dance at Murphy last night
Is said by those who attended to
have been one of the most enjoyable
and successful ever held at that
place. The hall was crowded, many
from Grants Pass attending. You
always have a good time at Murphy.
Special Meeting K. & L. of S.
Tonight at W. O. W. hall, regular
hour. ' 27
Adair Visits
Charles Adair, formerly employed
at the. Golden Rule store, has been
visiting in the' city, but will return
tonight to Vancouver, Wash., where
he has, been stationed with a spruce
division. Yesterday, at Medford, he
enjoyed a big dinner with 29 other
natives of the state of Missouri.
Dislocates fthoulder
Game Warden Hammersley, of
Gold Hill, met. with an accident at
that place last night, by receiving a
bad fall. One shoulder was dislo
cated and Dr. Loughridge of this city
was summoned. The dislocation
was of such a severe nature that an
anaesthetic had to be administered.
Five Dollars Reward
Five dollars reward will be paid
for the arrest and conviction of any
one stealing the Dally Couriers from
residences or mail boxes.
Community Sing
A large crowd gathered at the
Baptist church last night to hear the
community sing, the affair being a
union gathering. Rev. Chas. Drake
delivered a very interesting Thanks
giving address which, combined with
the singing, made the evening high
ly entertaining and enjoyable.
Enjoy Turkey Dinner
Landa Gillette on Thanksgiving
evening entertained a number of
young men friends to a turkey din
ner at the home of his parents, Judge
and Mrs. C. G. Gillette, East A
street. The guests, Whitney Allyn,
Harold Lundburg, Harold Isham,
Waldo Baker and LeRoy Heston,
had a most enjoyable time. They
spent the evening with music.
Printing that pleases We do It!
Courier Job Department.
nut rum
tAs there are a number of new
cases of Influcnia In the city, the
people are cnutluuod against crowd
ing and visiting about In any un
necessary manner. There la no do
st re on the part of the city officials
to close the city up again, and auoh
action will not be necessary It all
the people will watch themselves all
the time. It should not be neces
sary to have to throw an armed
guard or a barrage around Intelli
gent people to protect them against
disease, beyond seeing that' diseased
persons are not allowed to associate
with them.
Some children haVe been sont
home from school during the week
with what appeared to be a cold,
which later proved to be Intlucnsa In
a very severe form. The parents of
children suffering with colds have
been requested and Instructed to
keep such children at home until
they have completely recoverod, and
thus avoid exposing the whole stu
dent body, but some parents seem to
have little regard "for the welfare
of others as to allow their Infected
children to attend school In spite of
the warning of the danger to the
whole community. It Is much bet
ter for one child to miss a few days
of school than to expose the whole
community, and make it nocessnry
to close the schools again and com
pel all the children to miss several
weeks of school which they will have
to make up later on.
Mm. Day llnilly llrulcd
Mrs. Elmer Day. who was Injured
by a runaway horse on the street
Sunday morning, Is still confined to
her bed. Mrs. Day's little daughter
was In the path of the horse and Mrs.
Day In rescuing tho little girl was
run down and severely bruised.
This makes nearly a half dozen run
aways In the past month, Indicating
carelessness In the leaving of horses
on the street.
DeVurilu Aguin (aiiAMctf
Mrs. J. S. Pool has just received a
lotter from her daughter stating that
Osborne DeVarila had reached New
York November 14 and was In a
hospital suffering from Hun gas.
Young DeVarila was gassed early In
the spring and was sent home for a
time, returning to France In July.
Details are lacking as to his actual
condition.
OF 91 MS PASSES
Mrs. Leona Helms died on Thanks
giving morning at 7 o'clock, aged 91
years 10 months 3 days, rounding
out a life of active usefulness.
Mrs. Helms was a woman of rare
ability and even to the last of her
long life kept closely in tou-'h with
the events of the world. She was
born In Malone, N. Y Uefore com
ing to Grants Pass 27 years ago she
was a resident of Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Mrs. Helms Is survived by two daugh
ters and two sons, Mrs. Ida Savage,
of Los Angeles, Mrs. D. McFarland,
of Grants Pass, living on Tenth
street, .with whom the. aged lady ham
made her borne in this city, Wml
Helms, Elkton, Ore., and Rev. E. J.
Helms of iBoBton. Rev. Helms Is
pastor of the Morgan Memorial In
Boston, the largest Institutional
church In America.
The burial will be at the I. O. O.
F. cemetery this afternoon at 2
o'clock, Rev. Melville T. Wire con
ducting a brief service.
HOW THE BOLSHEVIK
The Oregonhan gives the following
explanation to a reader, of what the
Bolsbevikl stand for and their alms
to reform the world:
"Government by councils of sol
diers, workmen and peasants to the
exclusion of all other classes, and
confiscation of banks, lands, fac
torleand all other prosperity by the
"class conscious proletaries," the
hired laborers and the poorer portion
of the rural population."
Goodllsome Herbs,
I pluck op the goodllsome herbs of
sentences by pruning, eat them by
reading, digest them by musing, and
lay them np at length In the high seat
of memory by gathering them togeth
er Queen Elizabeth.
DOCTORS
HAS AGAIN
You Want Them - j
We Know It-
A pleco of our Iiim-Ious Hreakftuet lUeon
Ono of our Mtvory Country llama
A Hack of our superior flour
A ixmml or that fragrant coffee that will give a sick matt an
apH4it.
Any of the tJutuaanil nntl one tempting articles of diet In our
KUHrl stork of grtMfrlt.
All are guaranteed to stimulate pM(lto autl to fully aatiafy it,
too.
THE ROCHDALE
THE HTOKK OF (JI'AUA.NTKICD GOODS
V. It. FIKIKLD, Manager
BIG
COMEDY
BILL
ail
MABEL NORMAND
In
"DODGING A MILLION"
A Mack Sennett Comedy
tami.no ok taught iK.vmr
RIGHT .tiCKLS OF UU'GIIS
CXIIX AXKTT KKM.KItM
Blotchford's Calf Meal
Dairy Food Milk Feed
Egg Producer
Poultry Supplies
J. PARDEE
202 Sixth Street
MANY METHODIST UU IM HKS
NOW WITIHHT I'AHTOItS
Now York. Nov. 29. One-fourth
of the Methodist Episcopal churcaes
In the United States are without pas
tors, it was announced here today
by the Joint Centenary Committee
of that denomination, In making
publio plans for a campaign to re
cruit G3.000 religious workers. Tho
recruits, 13,000 of whom will be
clergymen, will be utilized In helping
to raise $80,000,000 to advance the
cause of Methodism throughout the
world. The fund will bo In honor
of the 100th anniversary of the
founding of the first Methodist mis
sion in this country.
Sale ' Piice on Blow-out Boots
Heavy vulcanized boot oil aIch regular 78c seller
For short time only
50c
SEE Of It WINDOW
C. L. HOBART CO.
Grants Pass & Crescent City Stage Co.
W. T. Ureen, Propr.
H. Glddlng. Agent
Big Pierce Arrow Cars
Office Old Observer Blk. Comer Seventh and G streets-Phone 2l
Telephone 228-J and 1011
Theater
Friday Sat'day
A la "The Queen of the Sea.'
The war's great drain o Method
ist educational Institutions was
shown by the roport Ihnt from 4 2
colleges and universities of the
church, 9,617 men had gone Into
military service and 0,27 more were
enrolled In the students army train
ing corps. Candidates for the minis
try being drawn from the foregoing
student group, It was said, there are
no men to replace pastors who have
retired and chaplains who havo gone
abroad.
Printing that pleases Wo do It!
Courier Job Department.
Legal Blanks at the Courier.
Easy Riding

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