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URANT8 PASS IJrULY COl'RIKK
Fill DAY, APRIL Id, 1010.
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Peptona, the beat tonic wa
ell. gives you Extract of Cod
Liver Oil, the blood enriching
tonic effect of Iron and Man
ganese, and the nourishment ot
Peptona Is a scientific pre
paration, of time proves value; -Is
pleasant to take and does
not nauseate or disturb sensl
' live stomachs. " v' r
Recommended as an aid la
convalescing from colds.-sod in
' the rebuilding of run down
For Bale Only by
j PER52NflL SB LOCAL
We canhelp you
by filling diem
Letcher & Son
F. S. Bramwell Is transacting bus-j
tness at Klamath Palls today.
"Allen's Foot Ease." Sabin has it.
Mrs. P. W. Lemer, of Gold Hill,
was In the city today.
Lou Schmltt, ot Oaielle, Cal., Is
at the Oxford.
Special cut prices on Furniture.
Rugs and Bedding at Helmer's. 45
Col. Samuel A. Klpheart, of Port
land, is In the city.
Don't fatl to see the new mlllener
at Mrs. M. P. Anderson's. 70S E St
F. C. Bramwell returned last night
from a 'business trip to San Fran
c-isco. . r
The lowest prices on Fnrnlturs In
Southern Oregon, quality considered
at Helmer's. 5
F. W. Reld, who has been mining
at Waldo, has accepted a position as
operator of the road roller on the
Schell paving contract.
Call Grants Pass hotel for White
Line Taxi. S
W. 'M. Cowley, of the Copper
King mine, his Just returned from
an inspection trip to that property
and Intends to leave tonight for his
home at Seattle. '
New Una ot Easter millenary at
Mrs. M. P. Anderson's this week.
708 E street. ' 6
Colonel Hugh T. Reed. II. S. A.,
Is expected to arrive here Saturday
morning on a short visit to his broth
er, H. B. Reed, on the Cloverriot
farm at Althouse.
Mrs. E. A. Falrchlld and nieces,
the iMlsses Kinsley, ot Chicago, who
have 'been in Grants Pass for the
past four months, leave tonight for
Portland to Join Mr. Falrchlld, who
is employed In the steel shipyards.
A free lecture will be delivered by
Charles I. Ohrenstein, C. S. B., or
SyracTuse, N. Y., 'Member of the
Board ot Lectureship ot the Mother
Churoh, The First Church of Christ.
Scientists, in Boston. Massachusetts,
at the Opera iHouse. April 20 at 8
o'clock. First Church ot Christ.
Scientists, ot Grants Pass cordially
Invites you to attend. 45
, Rev. W. D. Fenton-ot Corvallls,
district superintendent ot ths M. E.
Church South, arrived this afternoon
and will spent Sunday at Williams.
J. H. Harrington, wife and two
children returned to Ashland this
afternoon after visiting the former's
mother. Mrs. U M. Harrington, and
his sister, Mrs. Ryan.
C. H. Woolley, of Portland, who
with Mrs. Woolley has been spending
several days with the latter's moth
er. Mrs. George Slover, loft this af
ternoon for San Francisco. Mrs
Woolley. who was recently ordained
a Pentlcostal minister, will leave for
San Francisco In a tea- days.
TOXIGHT and SATURDAY'. "
Tuss and Feathers'
A rough miner sends his motherless daughter to the llg
city for "education." She falls plump into the hands of
a clever gentleman crook who has his own ideas of
' how a pretty girl should be "educated:' Bat Miss Hay
seed stays straight' and teaches Mister Crook a thing or
two. Come and see her do it. . . V "" '
Whose Little Wife arc You"
SUNDAY and MONDAY
. Admission- 15c jrtid SOc -
William S. Hart
A- t; w
V .. .. : ri.
"He's there with a smile, for his fuce Is lit with the ar
dor of love- Can you Imagine 'Bill' Hart helpless with
a bunch of flowers In his hands and faced !y the alrl
Billy's Baby "Floods of Fortune"
BILLY PARSON'S COMEDIES
a timely subject on Irrigation
Pay Your Bills By Check
It is the safest way.
' It is the easiest way. V
It is the popular way,
The man who pays his bills by check always has a re
ceipt for tihe money paid. The canceled check tells the
Better open a checking account with us today, even
though it be but a small one, for a beginning.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
' EBYSTEPtaH '
Angel Cnkra Saturday
Moore Baking Co. '
Servicea Tonight at St. Luke's
There will !be services at St
Luke's Episcopal church this even
ing at 8 p. m., to whloh an Invita
tion la extended to all. Rev. P. K
Hammond, vicar in charge.
Another Good Time
At .Mrs. Goettsche's dancing party
Saturday at the Waldorf hall. Tick-
eta 75c. 4s
2tO From Forewt Service
Forest Supervisor Macduff has re
ceived notice that the forest service
has allotted 200 to be used In co
operating with settlers along . the
Illinois river In repairing the roal
constructed down that river by the
California Chrome Company from
Completes Hood Ig
The forest service has Just com
pleted a road log from Grants Pass
to Cave Camp, at the end ot the wa;-,
on road on the West Fork of Wit
Hams creek and at the beginning of
the trail to the Oregon Caves. It con
templates making a road log to the
Caves by way of Kerby and the Suck
er creek route. A road log from
Grants Pass to Crescent City was
Christian Science Lectui
Sunday, April 20, by Charles I
Ohrenstein, C. S. B., of Syracuse, X.
Y. Opera house, 8 p.m. 46
EASIER PROGRAM AT
Easter program ot M. E. church
Sunday, April 2Q. ;
Hymn by congregation. ,
Prayer. s S.
Anthem "Sing tor the Day , 'is
Offertory .Mrs. Sabln.
Solo "Hosanna,-" ..Mr. Parsons.
Anthem "Let the Heaven's Be
Easter thoughts by Rov. Wlra.
Solo J. M. Isham.
Offertory Mrs. Sabln.
Solo "Nearer My God to Thee," by
Mrs. P. A. IJnch.
Heading Airs. Sam Raker.
Quartotte "Judgment and Calvary"
by Mesdames Llnrh and Knapp,
Messrs. Stonaker and Dunn, with
solo by Mr. Dunn.
Solo "Alleluia. He Is Risen," by
Mrs. Arthur Wlble.
Anthem "He Is Risen."
Duet "Easter Day," by Mrs. Knapp
and Mrs. Llnrh.
Solo "Behold, The Risen King," by
Mrs. Bert Barnes, with violin ob
llgato by fKtn Barnes.
Anthem 'Triumphantly Sing."
1918 Ford, fine conditioq - $385T
1915 Ford Roadster, new tires $325
Our second hand oars an) aa represented when you buy from us
you get our guarantee
C. U HOBART CO.
003 a Street
Select Your New Suit Today
with delivery to suit your pei-Mina!
convenience ami havti It tailored for
you Individually by
Prices truly renNonnbln
GEO S. CALHOUN
Kscliulve local dealer
Field (iliiNMes Returned
V, A. Griffin today received by
registered mail from Washington,
the field glasses which he loanod
the government more than a year
ago. At the time they were sent to
Washington Mr. Griffin received a re
ceipt and later on a check for fl
for rent In case the glasses were re
turned, or payment in case they
were lost. 'Mr. Griffin was 'glad to
loan the glasses to the government
but Is rejoiced to have them returned.
PETERSON To Mr. and Mr. Peter
Peterson, Friday, April IS, a son.
Pabcolin Floor Covering
And ioM Scat Art HUirea lire cleaned the Modem
Way No heavy sweeping or bmling Jiut go over
tliem M-ralonally Willi a wet mop and they smile bark
at you clean and bright and HMnitary. All sine and
the Prices am right at
Holman's Furniture Store
CAIll) OK TIIA.NKH
Oregon IJfe lluya
The Oregon Ufo Insuranco com- I "
pany. through their district man-! Wo wish to thank our friends for
agor, A. fl. Cornell, have purchased j th'r sympathy and the flowers
$1,000 worth of Victory loan bonds.
This is the first sale of Victory bonds
reported In Grants Pass, but the Ore
gon Life Is always to the front.
given In our trouble.
FRANK LKBT and DAl'GIITKR.
o.tr clasilfl (1 rds brine rai'tlts
Former G. P. Woman Marries
Married in Seattle at the First
Presbyterian church by the Rev. Dr.
Matthews, Mrs. Maynie E. Banfield
ot Portland, Ore., formerly of Grants
Pass, to Geo. B. Cropp, ot Christ
Church, Mew Zealand. 'Mr. Cropp
was formerly a mining operator ot
Alaska and until recently engaged In
the lumber business In Oregon. The
couple spent their honeymoon at Vic
toria, B. C, and are now residing
at 195 E 84th street, Portland, Ore.
Would You Economize?
Then buy letter paper by the
ream; 500 sheets for $1. Courier
office. . . 4Hf
Fisherman Is Pined
Stewart Taylor, of Winchester,
was arrested at that place yesterday
afternoon by Game Warden Herring-
ton, who discovered the young man
In the act of angling too near the
dam to.' comply with the law, Mr.
Taylor was brought to this city i and
when arraigned before Judge I. B.
Riddle entered a plea of guilty and
was fined In the sum ot $25, which
was promptly liquidated. Roseburg
Saturday, April 19 ,
Keep your eye on Takilma You
know Dance. 45
Sent Here for Burial-
Byron R. Moore, former realdenf
of Grants Pass, died in Portland
April 17, and the body will be
brought to Grants Pass for burial.
It Is expected to arrive in the morn
ing and the funeral will be held at
Hall's chapel at 9:30 with Interment
in the Granite - Hill cemtery. Mr.
Moore was a veteran of the Civil
war, and has a daughter, Mrs. Lewis,
residing at Rogue River, and a son,
F. E. Moore, at Eureka, Cal. -
Have your oar washed and polish
ed. We have an erpert and prices
are right. Collins Auto Co. 31tf
H. E. Gethlng, who has charge of
handling' the salmon for local fish
ermen, states that the Rogue Is up
two or three feet and Is still rising.
Poor luck is reported the past two
or three days. Only two boats made
the run last night ibut bad S poor
luck, because the high water'makes
it almost impossible to handle net.
The fishermen may not try, again
before Sunday or Monday. " " .
Shoes in Latest Modes Are
Now on Display
Shoes that make friends and retain
them. The name Utz & Dunn on a shoe
stands for high quality and absolute re
liability. 1 ThatV why we take pride in
New styles and nobbier ones we never
offered are now oil sale and , we're sure
you will be delighted with the variety of
patterns and the array of colors.
Not only the comfortable feeling, but
the graceful custom lines, the pleasing fit
and the detail of finish, will make these
Over $2,000 worth of Utz & Dunn fine
dress shoes, oxfords and pumps received
this week. Black, white, brown and tan.
Fine kid, calf and patent leather.
The Golden Rule