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GRANTS PASS DAILY COVIUEK
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Letcher & Son
1 PER52N4L LOCAL
Death of Alonxo Slover
. James Slover has been for the
past week or 10 days at Turlock,
Cal.. with Alonto Slorer. a cousin.
Vho had teen suffering from can
jeer. Word "was received today of
. the death last night of the sick man.
Alonto Slover was a resident of Med
ford tor many yean and had many
acquaintances In Grants Pass. James
.Slover is expected home in a few
j . When you are overworked, feel
listless or languid, or when you can't
.' sleep or eat, (better take Holllster's
; Rocky Mountain Tea, livens you up,
purifies the blood, soothes and regu
" lates the stomach, makes you eat and
sleep. A real Spring Medicine, 35c.
' Tea or Tablets. Sabin's Drug Store.
Fresh from your own
garden this Com
Crisp lettuce, juicy toma
toes, sweet peppers, onions,
radishes, peas, string beans
and all the other salad vege
tables 1 You can raise fine
ones in your own garden when
you plant Morses California
There's dependability in aQ of
Morse's Seeds. They are pedi
greed, true-to-name, full of life and
(very important to you) acclimated
to the Pacific Coast. Thzt's why
they produce so satLJactoay.
Morse's Seeds are worth their "
cost and more. Sold by dealers
grocers, flouts, druggists, etc
C C. MORSE & CO.
. SmmJgrowmrt for 45 ymarm
San Francisco, California
B, B. Allen and family, of Galtce
district, are in the city.
""Tanlac" Sabln a it , tt
.Clyde K. Nile returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Portland.
Hear the quartette tonight, S
o'clock, corner Fourth and 11. 36
Tom Crow, of iMerlln, was in the
'Mrs. Thos. Ahem, of Hugo, was
In the city yesterday, returning home
Ernest finphlette, of the highway
engineering force at Central Point,
was In the city last nlsht.
Expecting a carload of wire and
nails this week. Hold your orders-
prices lower. Grants Pass Hardware
Rev. J. G. Vien, of St. Ann's Cath
niin .hnrrh left yesterday for I-os
AniraiM to be absent for several
" Racine cord tires, 10,000 miles
guarantee. All sites. C. U Hobart
Colon Mcintosh, of San Francisco,
has been In the city several' days on
business and is stopping at the Jose
Sold four cords and three fabric
Goodyear tires Friday, and two Dia
mond cords and five fabric tires on
Monday. Yes, people know what to
buy. Grants Pass Hardware. 37
F. Y. Quick, wife and baby left
this morning for Rock Forti, Alberta,
expecting to remain. Mr. Quick sold
his dairy to Dr. Dlmmick.
Come and see the "Pep Chorus."
Corner Fourth and H. 8 o'clock. 36
Mrs. R. F. Kelley and baby re
turned to Wolf Creek this morning
after spending a week with the for
mer's mother, Mrs. McAllister.
Charles Adair and bride returned
last night from their trip to Med
ford. Their home for the present will
be the Oxford hotel.
Racine cord tires, 10,000 miles
guarantee. All sizes. C. L. Hobart
George Elder, merchant of Waldo,
was a Grants Pass visitor last night
and this morning, returning to Wal
Zura Barker, brother of Mrs. J.
P. Martin, with his wife arrived this
morning from Portland to remain.
Mr. Barker is suffering from tuber
culosis. Evangelistic meetings each night,
8 o'clock, good music. Corner of
Fourth and H streets. 36
Mrs. Wm. Blgelow and her moth
er, Mrs. Sarah Bowie, arrived this
morning from Carbondale, Wash., to
jota Mr. Blgelow, who arrived a
short time ago. Mr. Blgelow was
recently discharged from the 17. S.
service at Fort Sill, Okla.
Racine cord tires, 10,000 miles
guarantee. All sizes. C. L. Hobart
Company. ' 38
W. E. Everton returned this morn
ing from San Francisco; where he
spent several months In the South
ern Pacific hospital. Mr. Everton is
much improved, (but Is not yet dis
charged. He has been transferred
to the care of Dr. Loughridse.
Hear sermon tonight, church of
Christ, on "The Ladder from King
dom in Future to Kingdom In Fact."
Uoyal Arch lingular
A regular convocation of Roamee
Chapter No. 2S, R. A. M. will be held
Wednesday. April 9. 7:30 p. m.
Work In Moat Kxcellent. Visitors
welcome. F. M. Huyler, 11. P. 36
Work at Wentern I'uton
A force of about 10 men Is at work
at the local Western Union plant In
stalling a main line cahleTroin the
office to the Western lTnlon .'pole
line. While this work Is not connect
ed with the Installation ot the re
lay plant it Is a preliminary move. '
Have your car washed and polish
ed. We have an expert and prices
are right. Collins Auto Co. 3 1 tt
The funeral of the late Fannie An
drews, will be held at Hall's under
taking parlors't 2 o'clock Wednes
Why IUi a Mere Dancer
When the opportunity is here to
be a real dancer. Mrs. Goettsche will
start a class soon. It Interested
phone No. SS3-R or call 7.04 D. 38
April 10. One nig Ttme
At Takllma dance.
HAVE A 120-ai're homestead clime
in, will come under Irrigation,
Three splendid city houses at low
er prices than you will evor see
again. 2tt acres cleared, good
5-rooni houso, $,"00. It you want
to know what you are buying.
not rung more, notning lees, see
McKlnstry, 603 Q street. $4,(100
to loan. atZtf
Fruit Not Iamgvl
Another frost occurred last night,
but It Is not thought fruit suffered
to any extent. Reports from (Med
ford state that the fruit crop there
did not suffer from the'freeze and a
mammoth crop is predicted.
The grand Jury now In session has
returned Indictments against M. El.
Young for Illegally transporting
liquor: against George Miller tor
larceny, and R. J. Rowen'and Paul
Sands, accused of forging a name to
a deed. These cases will probably
be heard next Monday.
Salvation Army Wcly Service
At 413 O street, tonight, subject.
"Sowing and Reaping." Thursday,
young people's song service. Satur
day Lecture, "Health." All meet
ings at 8 p. m. sharp. Sliver offer
ing at each service. The public Is
welcome. Ensign J. E. Strautln, In
Removing Fine Cottle
Clinton Cook, who recently ship
ped in a fine lot of Shorthorns from
Prlneville, has disposed of a few of
the animals to ranchers and has
taken the balance of the herd to his
ranch on the Applegate where they
will have a better chance to recup
erate and get In the pink of condition.
Judge Postpones Decree
Owing to the fact that many peo
ple desired to take, appeals Circuit
Judge Calkins did not enter' his 'de
cree on adjudication of water rights
Saturday, 'but filed his decjslon'ln the
courthouse at Jacksonville for the
perusual of all persons Interested
and will enter the formal decree on
April 26th, says the Bedford Trib
une. This decree adjudicates every
water right along Rogue river and
Its tributaries from the river's source
to the Pacific ocean In the counties
of Jackson, Josephine and Curry,
and affects approximately 1.B00 wa
, in Fashionable Styles
MRS. E. REHKOPF
FOR S A 1,10 Oil TKADK New Cliev
rolet; 1918 Ford, electrlo sturtor
and lights at bargain, $550; see-
ond-hnnd Chevrolet, flno mechan
ical condition, $400 if taken soon.
See them at the Battery Shop. 34
WANTED TO "BUY Ford truck.
Maxwell touring car for sale. Ad
dress II. N, Parker, Grants Pnsa.
TYPEWmfEKa repaired, ovvrhuul
ed. rebuilt, iby typewriter expert of
ten years experience. Chas. A.
Ishaiu, care ledum Transfer Co. 41
WANTED Walt ressT" A TTly "at" the
Grants Pass cafe. 36
FOR SALE 135 acres of land three
miles east of Grants Pass, on the
north bank of the Rogue River.
Part bottom, the balance ibench
land. About 40 acres clear and
can be cultivated. Two thnnsnnd.
dollars Is the price now. Seo N.
E. Townsend, 621 A street, Grants
Pass. 6 1
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003 a Street
GEO S. CALHOUN
Kxcluslve local dealer
Jiffy-Jell desserts, rich
and fruity, cost but 2
cents per serving.
Each package contains
a vial of fruit essence,
made from condensed
Add boiling water, then
this flavor, and you have a
Compare Jiffy-Jell with
the old-style quick gela
tine desserts. You will
find it five times better,
yet it costs no more.
Millions now enjoy it
10 Flaoort, at Your Grocer's
2 Pachag$ for 25 Cent
Special Values in Ranges
The Colonial, an Oregon Made Range that has stood
the test of time and service Made in Oregon ever
We will take your old range in exchange and guar-
antee satisfaction '
Holman's Furniture Store
Plant Your Garden Now
also plant a little money in the
Josephine County Bank
You will enjoy seeing them both grow
I BUY AND SELL
In order to secure more roo:n, I have moved my stork of second-hand
goods to the brick store room, No. G14 t'omli Sixth St.
MAXWKI.h. I.ATK "17, Hill SALE AT (
Atitoiimlillrx ami Acceixorleh HiikkIcn VKn rami Imple
ment Mix aliuk alnay on linnri
Boy Scout Meeting
There "will be a meeting of the
Boy S-outs at the Chamber of Com
merce tonight at 7:30.
DR. W. T. TOMPKINS, 8. T.
MOST POWERFUL, NATURAL AND SUCCESSFUL TREAT
MENT KNOWN TO SCIENCE for the relief and cure of Headache,
Stomach, Liver and Kidney trouble; 'Rheumatism, Constipation, In
fantile Paralysis and all Female Complaints, Heart, Lung and Throat
trouble; all Diseases of the Eye; Cancer, Goitre, Epilepsia, Asthma,
Nervousness or any Chronic disease. SUGGESTIVE THERAPEU
TICS PROPERLY APPLIED to a diseased ibody Is positive, sure and
permanent in its results.
Office rooms 1 and 2, 802 South Sixth Street, Grants Puss Oregon
Joy Theatre -;-
in this community carry accounts at this bank. Some
are checking, others are savings, while- still others are
We Invite YOU to become a member of our happy
Checking accounts are the most convenient method
of paying hills, and they discourage extravagant habits.
Our Time Certificates Draw 4 per cent Inter-eat
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
The Celebrated Motion
A Twenty Minute Novelty Act
The first personal appearance in Grants Pass
of a screen star
"The Man From Mexico"
Show starts at 8 o'clock, Prices 1 5c and 25c
Tonight Only :
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