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$AGB FOCR UKANTS PASS DAILY COIIUKK A Red Letter Day in the life of a boy is when he begins to own his FIRST WATCH Letcher & Son JEWELERS ...PER5NflL g LOCAL J XKW TO..AV BUSINESS LOT. SI by 100 feet, value, $1,200, Woodburn, Ore.; will trade lor light machine in good ronditlon, 1917 model or later. Address Placer Store, Pla cer, Ore. 14 FOR SALE Thoroughbred White Wyandotte rooster, price 2, Phone 24 S. Call 414 South Fifth street 09tf -WANTED TO BUY A young calf. J. H. Harris, Rd. 4, Grants Pass, Ore. . 10 I Sit PniiHrvman U. 1 1?1S0'I went to Medtord this afternoon. Miss Esther Cook, of Applegate, left this morning for Shedd. Ore.,, to be with a sister. Mrs. H. H. Bush and two children arrived this morning from Medford to Join Mr. Bush, mechanic for the Collins Auto Co. i ' Mrs. Boyd, wife of Dr. J. E. Boyd, of lAamath Falls, arrived here last night to visit her sister, Mrs. EUs- ; worth Tubbs. I "Three Flower" Face Powder. Sa , bin has it. ! Mrs. Harold West, of Portland. who has been vlslttng. In California, arrived here last night to visit her brother, C. D. Flet.f . . Mrs. Paul Schallhorn arrived this morning from Portland to visit her father. Dr. J. C. Smith, and her sis ters. Mrs. P. P. Proctor and Miss Josephine Smith. . George Stetson, of the Brlggs creek station,. left this morning for Seattle. Mr. Stetson has been min ing on Brlggs creek for several years. Mrs. C. E. Smith, who spent sev eral weeks here with her husband, who is here on account of his health, and with her mother, Mrs. Theresa Layton, returned to Portland today. Ed. Strong, for many years su perintendent at the Queen of Bronze mine at Takilma, was' brought .'o Grants Pass yesterday, and today was taken to the hospital. Mr. Strong has been sick since the mid dle of January. W. It. C. Meeting - The regular semi monthly meet ing of the Women's Relief Corps will be hold Saturday afternoon at 1:30. Etenjiinn Spcrlnllxt Here E. B. Phtpps, O. A. C. extension specialist in dairying, Is in the elty loday and made a trip to the River Banks farm for special work. Mt Phtpps spent some time In Jackson county. FOR TRADE 160 acres in the Im perial Valley, 4 miles from Holt rille. Fenced and cross-fenced, farm house and lots of shade - trees. Now planted to barley, to be harvested latter part of April, and to be followed by cotton or corn. Will trade for Rogue River valley farm what have you go? Isaae Best. 11 FOR SALE 3,500 good shakes. Address H. M. Sanford, care Cres cent City Stage, Grants Pass. 10 PLACE YOUR ORDER NO W for some of our Everbearing straw berry plants and have berries from June until frost. SI per 100, while they last. F. S. Ireland, R. F. D. No. 2, Grants Bass, Ore ' gon, phone 604-F-4. 14 Young man, are you drifting like derelict without sail or rudder? Maybe you can learn something from someone. If only to cultivate a poker face. Ervelopes at the Co ,rler Office. a for really good pumpkin pie kiad of pie ttut bit yon ia Um "mizztaimCMorM'a Sugar Pump, km an tha fciit wimrial, It it put at euy to grow tWs ia your fardaa M Carrot Bum, Peaa. Lettuce, Raditbet, Oaioaa, Cabbage; etc, provided Too plant MORSE'S CALIFORNIA SEEDS. Ac diluted to ba Pacific Coaat, true-to-a.me sad lull of vitality. Mocie't Flower Seed, are of die am high quality. Dealers avety. where tail Moru'i Seedi. Write lor our 1919 Cardan Guide k"l tract C C -MORSE & CO. SJgrvufmrt for 45 yars Sao Fraacitf, CtUifoniia 10SjS!MS QREGON people "con- V sume" several million dollars' worth of products . every week food, clothing and merchandise of all de scriptions. Why not recognize our power to make, our own state grow and prosper by patronizing our own manu facturers? BUY HOME PRODUCTS. , Houi Industry Leaous of Orioon The Nigger in the Wood Pile We are probably all of us looking for one, more or less and some of us considerably more than less. The men's smoker to be held at the Chamber of Commerce tonight, has been arranged with a special effort to leave the aforesaid nigger out: Don't strain your eyes in a vain ef fort to find him; he ain't there; de pend upon It, so come and , enjoy yourself. This is your meeting, your smoker, and" will le your good time, If there Is a grain of sociability in you If there Isn't, the Lord help you, your case Is hopeless. A SiHviiil Matinee- There will be a matinee at the Joy Sunday afternoon at 2:30, when Mary Plcktord In "Johanna '.En lists" will be shown. . . 0 . I Soils, lliuilnewi . , J. H. Brown & Sons, who have conducted the City Meat market here for several years past, have sold their business to W. H. Dyer, of this city.' Glendnle News. Spring Millinery IMspUy Beginning Saturday, March 8th The Hat Shop will have on display pattern hats, tailored hats, noveltt8 and trimmings. The ladles are cor- atnllv Invited. -09 FIRE INSURANCE MAY BE LOWERED IN CITY The clllxeus of Qrauts Pass stand a very good rhauce of netting their tire Insurance lowered In the iubi future, thanks to the efficient firs fighting equipment now owned by the city. Several months ago II. It. Allyn, city recorder, took the matter up with .the Oregon Insurance Kaliiig bureau at Portland, calling attention to the tact that fire Insurance rates In this city were too high because or our adequate fire protection. Fol lowing Mr. Allyn's appeal for a low er rate. Representative C. A. Sldlr, while at Salem recently, also called the attention of' Stale Insurance Commissioner Harvey WUs to the matter, which resulted In promise to give this city a new tire Insurance re-survey to adjust the. rates, and which will probably result In a sav lng to the cltliens here of thousands of dollars annually In money paid oitt for fire protection. Mr. Sldler was assured that an agent would soon visit Grants Pass to make the re-survey. Council Meeting The city-council met In regular session last night, the mayor and all coivncllmen being present, except Councilman Balslger and Bunch. No matters of great importance were presented at the meetingonly the ordinary routine of business being transacted. Parker House Rolls Saturday- More Baking Co. " .09 CARD OF THAXfcS We take this means of conveying heartfelt gratitude to the dear friends whose kind thought prompt ed them to speak words of comfort. furnish automobiles, flowers and In so many other ways express their sympathy and friendship In the re cent sickness and loss of our father. Words are feeble things with which to express our appreciation of the many kindnesses shown and the com fort which it gave us in a time of great sorrow. MRS. T. L. DAVIS AND FAMILY ECLUS POLLOCK AND FAMILY Austin Gassed- Corporal Charles AuBtln, who re turned home last Saturday, had an experience with chlorine gas, receiv ed in a test through an accident. He was overseas for nearly nine months, and .served with Motor Truck Co. 547, supply train 427. He reached New York In January and was dis charged at Camp Lewis. Turkey Pinner Sunday The Panama Cafe will serve a tur key dinner Sunday and the price will be only SO cents. You cannot afford to cook dinner at home. Served from 12 noon to 8 p. m. Five Dollars Reward Five dollars reward will be paid for the arrest and conviction of an? one stealing the Daily Couriers from residences or mall boxes. Are you playing solo in the world? Let's look at you. Maybe we will quit it too. Horrible example, you know. Some people In life keep drawing to fill flushes and never fill. The smoker will fill you Inside and out. Former Town Girl Marrt Invitations announcing the mar riage, of Bessie Griffith and Carl Sauer at Portland, March 12 nave Just been received here. Bessie Griffith Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Griffith, pioneer residents of this city, who left Grants Pass about 14 years ago. Mr. Griffith died since leaving Grants Pass. Expert Magneto Repairing If you have trouble with your Magneto; or it does not give the motor the pep It should, send It to us and we will make It as good as new. Starting and lighting Motors and Generators repaired or rewound. Fiord magnets recharged and made good as new at a fraction of .their original cost. Prices reasonable. F. E. Smith '& Co., Sutherlln, Ore. 13 All kinds of Commercial Printing at -the Courier Office. Joy Theater Tonight and Tomorrow Shirley Mason ft . and EARNEST TRUEX in "Come On In The champion gloom chaser of 'em all Starts out. with a bank! Has oodles of pep! Crammed jammed and filled with laughs! For extra good measure " HIS FRIENDS WIFE" A Mack Sennett Comedy Sunday and Monday ' Mary PicKford in "JOHANNA ENLISTS" Matinee Sunday 2:30 IIKXRY TO MAKE A NEW BlUJfn OK "TIX LIZZIKS" New Spring Hats Arriving Every Day MRS. E. REHKOPF GEO S. CALHOUN 503 G St. ' Los Angeles, .Cal., Mar. 7. Fur ther details of Henry Ford's plans to build a new automobile at a less cost to the purchaser than any auto mobile now extensively sold were published today. The new car will be built at factories strategically placed for economic collection ot raw" material and distribution of the pro duct, Mr. Ford sad. He Is en route today to his home in Detroit. As outlined here by Mr. Ford, his plans contemplate the early erection ot a parent plant probably at De troit or at some point In the central states where water power wilt he available. This plant, he said, he hoped to operate within a year and then he plans to erect other factories In various parts of the country. He might locate a plant at San Francisco bay, he said, or possibly at Los An geles, but the exact site had not yot been chosen. The new company, which will be owned entirely by Mr. .Ford and his family, was decided upon, he said, because of court decisions requiring him to disburse In dividends certain money of the Ford Motor company which he had Individually wished to hold as a cash reserve. Mr. Ford did not definitely Indl- cate his future plans for the present rora company, of which he owns a majority of the stock, but said h would devote his time and efforts to the new concern. Holman's Furniture Store BARGAINS Iron lUil. full olie, 91 and tip to 920 Uotil Hewl, (Vniioleum ItugH, tHTJ also, 9H All stI Hod HprinKK,' !i years tiuwantoo, "7.AO All cotton Mattresses, full size, 919 to 920 All bikmIm delivered In cttjr HmlUr "t ot town order parked to . . " , ship HOW MA SEE? NY. nOATS! 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