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PAGE FOUR DAILY ROGVK K1YKK COUUKIt Till IIHOAY. DrX'KMllKIl 12, 101. The Ideal Entertainer Of all (he things you ever brought Into your home, none ever gave ao much pleasure as the Columbia Gratonola. Bin Joyed iby young and old gives everyone the kind of music he r ehe likes best, sad there's no better time than NOW to get a Columbia Gratonola. We have them at all prices and on terms to suit. TbeMasic &Pkst9 House Man ton RoweiL Proprietor Signing of the Armistice 'Between the two doctors It is high time' for us to make a noise. Com op and let us treat the battery Flu, which is sure death to your bat tery. We will test it with a clean hydrometer. An early call may save your lite. Dr. Spark. SS PER52NJL LOCAL All kinds of Commercial Prlntlnt at the Courier Office. WE WELD Cast Iron, Steel, Aluminum, or Bronze How about that broken stove 'casting that you did not think could be fixed. Try us and see. We make a speciality In weld ing automobile frames. TAYIS & ADAMS AUTO CO. 811 H Street Grants Pass, Ore. Fresh kraut at the City Market. Special sale on wall paper Fri day at Hall's Art Store. Electric work Paul's Electric store, phone 90 Medford. 61 Mrs. Wm. McDonald roturnea mis afternon form a visit at Roseburg. Ten telephones In good condition going at 10 each. Grants "Pass Hardware Co. 3 Wlllard Is starting over a million cars this spring, and If owners give u a chance, we'll keep 'em going. See Dr. Spark. " " Memens Kora-Konla " Sabln has It. Mrs. Nora Murphy left this after noon for San Francisco to spend the holidays. Christmas greeting cards, post cards, Xmas cards, tags and seals at Clemens, the Rexall store. 38 Pure milk and cream. Moore Baking Company. Over 2.000 rolls of wall paper to select from at Hall's Art Store, Spec ial for Friday. Mrs W. E. MoBride leaves tonight for Moor. Nev., to visit her son, Mar vin. who is telegraph operator for the S. P. company at that place. Hemstitching and plcotlng at 10 cents a yard All work guaranteed The Vanity Shop. Medford, Ore, 27tt Ten telephones In good condition vnlnv at 110 each. Grants Pass Hardware Co. . 39 W. T. Breen, proprietor of the Grants Pass and Crescent City stage company, who has been In the city for several days, went to Medford this afternoon. . Wlllard service is better than a fan it cools the man who is hot under the collar, and often saves his battery's life. See Dr. Spark. 38 G. W. Wimberly. deputy U. S. In ternal revenue officer for Douglas, Josephine and Jackson counties, has been In the city for several days on business. He went to Medford this afternoon. J. O. Lystul, of Qlendale, was a Grants Pass visitor this morning. Don't forget to order fresh sauer kraut at the City Market. Prices slashed on wall paper Fri day at Hall's Art Store. Mrs. 11. Asher and son of San Francisco arrived here this after noon from Roseburg. Tomorrow is the day to buy wall paper. Big reductions at Hall's Art Store. You fine yourself when you TO IE treat your battery. Better join the S. P. C. B. Get your car of Dr. Spark. 38 Private Guy Herbert Hoxle . ar rived this afternoon from P6rtlnml, having received his discharge. He has been at Benson Polytechnic. Fresh sauerkraut at the City Market. Dirt cheap One Chevrolet deliv ery for sale. Only used six months, at very low price and your own terms. Grants Pass Hardware Co. Private Richard Scoggtns, 55th motor ambulance corps, Is home on a furlough to visit his parents. He will return to Camp Lewis the 20th, with the possibility of going to France. The victory Is won. Liberty cab bage at the City Market. II. W. Webber, manager of the Copper King mine near Placer, re-i turned from Seattle ' this morning. In speaking of operations at the mine, Mr. Webber said: "Mr. Cowley, president and finan cier of the mine. Is well pleased with the progress of the tunnel and con struction work at the mine which has been carried on during the past HI .tew months and Intends to keep a IN YOUR EFFORT TO BEST FULFILL Your Gift Wishes and save time and worry yon will be repaid by shopping here COMPLETE LINES OF L Symphony Lawn Gift Stationery Children's Books and Toys Ligget's Chocolates Greeting Cards French Ivory at prices to fit every one's pocket book. A Kantleek Hot Water Bottle the gift for Mother Clemens Sells Drugs and Books The Ift&XaML Store Guaranteed Pure New York BucKwheat Per Sack gj OO The Basket Grocery IT FAIL TO RESPOND TO During the next week every man and woman In Josephine county should become a mem he' of the American Red Cross. This 1st a call for universal membership, and If Oregon and Josephine county are to go over the top, everyone must pre pare themselves to renew member ship In this great agency for the relief of the suffering world. Today when the battlements of brute force have crumbled, the Red Cross looks forward to a greater need and a greater labor, and asks tor a new and even more earnest ans wer to Its Roll Call. Every person In our citizenship must add voice to the message of faith and good will. Universal response to this Christ mas Roll Call means universal, sup port and continuation of the vast functions which the Red Cross has performed in the relief of suffering and in the aid of ultimate victory. We are not through yet, and all It now needs Is a heart and a dollar. Have your money ready. It Is not much of a sacrifice and no one can afford to say "no." force of miners busy all winter. Our outside work will consist of sawing about 150, Otiu. feet of dimension lum ber to be used for the foundation of the concentration and oil flotation plant. Present tunneling la pro gressing at the rate of about ten feet per day." Mr. Webber states that they will begin to ship ore In the early spring It the road can be gotten In condi tion by that time. "During the past summer we have taken 54 tons of machinery to the mine and have about 100 tons more to be delivered there." says Mr. Webber. "Mr. Dal- ley has purchased the Blalock placer mine, four miles above the Copper King." Mr. Bramwetl, president of the local commercial club, has been consulted through correspondence with Mr. Cowley, who has mado pub lic the future work of the company, to the end that the road question can be setled and construction work be gun as soon as possible. Mr. Webber says that there are evidences of much mining activity In the Grave Creek district the coming year and that they are anxious to have the road matter settled as they wish to make Grants Pass their permanent head quarters. SPECIAL I FOR FRIDAY Big' Reduction ON !E FORCE IS BADLY DEMORALIZED The Courier office force is in a demoralized condition. Manager Voorhlea has been on the sick 11b' tor several days, but is putting In a few hours at work; Mrs. Wlmor Is confined to her room; Sam Stlne baugh, linotype operator, was in able to show up for work this morn ing, and Floyd Parsons, the bandy man, is also Incapacated. No case of the flu has developed In the bunch. Mrs. Fred Smith Is assisting In the business department, while the other members of the force double up on work. PAP Exclusive, artistic goods that's the whole story in a few words wall papers that are different Hall's ArffStore 61 BARGAIN 1917 Ford $390 C. L. HOBART CO. NAVY EQUAL TO ANY BY 1925 IS URGED Washington, Dec. 12. Admiral Badger, of the general board of the navy, appearing before the house naval committee, urged sufficient ap propriations to provide a navy for the United States by 1925 as large as that of any other country. The Admiral stated that 150 Ger man and seven Austrian submarines had been sunk in the war prior to August. The Germans had 'built 331 submarines and the Austrians had only 35. Five Dollars Reward Five dollars reward will be paid for the arrest and conviction of any(Trea., .1. one stealing the Daily Couriers from i - residences or mall boxes. I lKal Illanks at the Courier. IXMMiK KI-rXTIONS V I to yl Arch Munoiih. Reames Chapter, Rayal Arch Ma sons, at thulr election held Wedar day night, elected the following of ficers: ntgh Prlost. F. M, Huylur; King, R. P. Davis; Scribe, G. M. Flint; Capt. Host, J. II. Hathaway; Prln. SoJ., C. A. Sldler; R. A. Capt.. J. B. Turnbull; 3rd Vail, J. K. Peterson; 2nd Vail, W. W. Walker; 1st Vail, E. V. Smith; Secy., H. M. White; Hoi man.' Woman's Case Startles Grants Pass A business man's wife could not rend or sow without sharp pains in her eyes. For yoars her eyes were red and weak. Finally she tried pure Lavoptlk eye wash. The result of ONI? application astonished her. A small bottle I-avollk is guaranteed to benefit KVBRY CASK weak, strained or Inflamed eyes. ONU WASH will' startle with Its quick ro sults. Aluminum eye cup FREE. National Drug Store. I 'ur clinf il O h'ln results JOY THEATER Friday--Satrday Mutt & Jeff In All kinds of Commercial Printing at the Courier Office. NEW TOlsAY AUCTION SALE Saturday, Decem ber 14 th, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Red Front barn: 100 tier of wood, 80 head goats, 2 cows, 1 calf, 3 head horses, 4 wag ons, 5 sets harness, household goods, 1 gasoline engine, wood saw, Shetland pony, buggy and saddle, 1 automobile, and other things too numerous to mention. R. Tlmmons. 39 ESTRAY I have at my place one roan yearling heifer; mark, crop off right ear; underblt In left; no brand visible. Owner can have same by calling at 509 L street and paying bill. Louis Parker. FOR RENT Partly furnished cot tage at 321 Rogue River Avenue; three rooms and sleeping porch, good well and one-half acre of land, barn; $5.00 per month. Key at 208 Foundry. 074 "The Leak" rvISCOVERED! Her good name gone! Her good time done. That's the tragedy that everyone senses when they see this play's name above the theater and they come to see how it all hap pens for they all know little shopgirl "Linnie" as they know their own sisters. gc Price Good Time n COMING EVENTS Dec. 18-21, Wednesday-Saturday Teachers' examinations. TONIGHT the talk of the town 'Naughty! Naughty!' with Enid Bennett Created by Lois Weber the Belasco of the screen " N featuring Mildred Harri A youthful star whose perfection of type and consumate art make this remarkable drama seem written for her and her alone.