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About Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1932)
TUE CötÜ rtlLL NËWS »THURSDAY, JUXÌh6, tyja
Mrs. Crawford visited relatives in
W. P. Bailey was a guest of rel
atives in Bogue River Sunday
Frank Childers was a business
caller in Crescent City last week.
Fresh Stawberry Ice at Horning's
Shack, Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan of Ronan-
xu. who have been visiting friends
in this city, left Saturday for their
M e d fo rd
DB. K. D. ELWOOD
135 So. Central Ave.
2 Doors South of Montgomery
Eyes Examined, Lens Duplicated
Glasses Fitted, Frames Bepaired
Start Your Chicks and Turks
Albers Proven Chick and Turk
Starter and Groweu
- Distributed by
HONNEBS FEED STORE
Farmer's Exchange Coop,
Before you REDECORATE this
K. D. R< »SS CO.
Headquarters for Quality
Paint, Wallpaper and Picture
Our Prices Are Lowest
22 S. Grape
SA L E
Good glasses if you need them
—otherwise good advice
DR. JUD RICKERT
Sincere Scientific Service
222 East Main
H ere are some of the
v a lu es:
Attorneys at Law
217 Liberty Bldg., Medford
Your Favorite Jeweler Since
Watch Repairing a Specialty
SH O ES............ $1.89 up
DRESS SH IR TS.....69c
S tan to n Rowell, O w nei
Grants Pass, Ore.
Frank Hanson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Hanson of Ihe Fools
Creek district left Wednesday for
Los Angeles, California, for a
month’s visit with relatives.
F. F. BURKE
Medford Tent & Awning W'oQts
Gdnvas Goods our Specialty
Auto Tops and Glass Inclosures
LOOK LOOK LOOK
Rough d r y , with those
pieces that should be starch
ed, starched and ready to
iron; all flat pieces nicely
ironed, ready to use, one
hdkf. to each pound nicely
hand ironed, extra hdkfs.
at a charge of lc each, at—
We Are Now Handling a Line of
Shovels — Nails — Files — Sandpaper — Screws
and other small articles
for your convenience.
General Line of Grocery and Dry Goods
E. T. HAM, Prop.
Family washings are
We Call Tuesday
Will Also Pick Up Dry
F r e n c h 's
L a u n d ry
328 W. Sixth . . .
Picnic and Camping
Paper Plates — Napkins — Picnic Sets
2 cans ...................... 25c
No. 1-2 tins .... 2 for 25c
“Where Prices Sell Quality’*
A. A. WALKER
LO O K
BICYCLE AND GENERAL REPAIRING
Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Readjusted
Saw Filing — Edge Tooln Ground
All Work Guaranteed
Special Offers on “Bikes”
$40 Heavy Service Bicycles $27.75
Id eal B ic y c le S h o p
C o y & R o b in s o n
Next Io Burke Teal and Awning Co.
SETH COY. Mgr.
Ijnuih stand and restaurant in
116 N. Front S treet
M edford, Ore.
(F orm erly with M edford Cycle & Repair Shop)
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JUNE " f he Month of Brides
Your Gift for the June Bride
is quickly found at this store:
Dainty Odd Dishes
Specials for Saturday
Also a Variety of Fine Canned Goods and a
Full Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
FRESH M EA TS
And a variety of decorations
and favors for the shower!
(Minimum Charge 50c)
Leave Orders at
SHAVERS BARBER SHOP
and we will call and deliver
at your home.
& BARBER SHOP
Phone 8 I.
This preparation will
clean out all dirt and sed
im ent th at has collected
in vour rad iato r, in su r
ing b etter service fr< tn
your m otor.
(Minimum Charge 50c)
Gents Suits Dry
R & T
Mrs. Tom Chisholm spent three
days last week as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Keith Gaines in Kiddle. Her
daughter, Eileen Shorb, accomph- ,
nied her as far as Boseburg, went
on to Salem where she was met by
Mr. ami Mrs. C. J. Shorb with whom
she will spend the summer.
7 c Per Pound
Open Evenings by
Gold Hill Supply
8c Per Pound
Bough dry, no starch in
anything, flat pieces all
nicely ironed, wearing ap
parel soft and most of it
fit to wear, one hdkf. to
each pound; extra hdkfs. lc
each, nicely hand ironed—
will m ake your vacation
m ore enjoyable.
Mrs. George Hammersly and chil
dren, Jeanne and Bill, and Herb
Lingren left Sunday for Brookings
where the Hamnierslys will live.
Mr. Hammersly is employed at the
Emily Gold mine near Brookings
142 N. Front St
Vacation Time la Here!
A PERMANENT NOW
HE A TH’S
CREWS A CODDING
John Palmer spent the week end VICTORY ORANGE DRINK ON
Mr. It. A. Boss was employed at
the Clinton Walker home Tuesday. with friends at Weimer.
SALE AT KARMKLKORN SHOP
George Meisinger was quite ill
Howard Drake was a business
A new drink, Ihe Knrmelkorn
with flu several days last week.
caller in Grants Pass Monday morn
Victory Orange Drink, is being in
Boxes of candy, cigars and cig
troduced into tlie Bogue Itiver val
arettes for Father’s Day, June 19—
ley this week al the Karinelkorn
at Horning’s Shack. Grants Pass. 3t
Soap Lake, Washington, where he
The shop is located next to the
Mr. Millie Walker and daughter will spend several weeks.
Holly theatre, and in addition Io
Sybil left Monday Io spend a week
Mrs. Annie Martin and Mrs. Bow this new beverage has that laxly I
with relatives in Ashland.
man were Sunday dinner guests of caramelised iwprorn that is so pop !
ular, as well as delicious popcorn
Ted Bitter, Junior Robinson and Mrs. Molly Meitner at her home.
Delos Walker were Medford visi
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Curry of Ash
tors Sunday evening.
Slop in at the Karinelkorn shop
land were guests at the W. C. Reed and enjoy this new drink and ths
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Force of Eagle home Monday.
delicious Karinelkorn confection tin
Point were Sunday guests of Mr.
next time you are in Medford.
ami Mrs. H. D. Force.
spending a short time ramping at
FIND PLACER GOLD
A crew of men was busy the first Fish Lake.
of this week burning dry grass on
Antaiing New Geophysical Discovery
Jimmy Green of Medford is spend
the S. P. right-of-way in this city.
ing the week with his uncle. Roy The “Gold Spoiler“ accurately lo
cates Gold and Silver ONLY, many
Claude Shaver of Grants Pass has Centers and family in this city.
feel below ground, water, rock, ce
been assisting with work at the
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Trotter ami ment, etc. No miner can afford Io
Shaver Barber shop during the past
Mrs. C. F. Beck of Grants Pass were be without one. Lusts a lifetime;
visiting friends in this city Monday simple to operate; thousands in use;
taking California by storm.
Dick Robinson and Wilbur Martin evening.
returned Sunday from Humbolt
Sold by Most Hardware Stores
Charles Ritter, Rill Rumerot and If your dealer does not curry send
Creek, California, where they have
Mike Tepovae left Monday with Ihe Io us direct. Small sixe 4 1.(Ml—Dou
National Guards Io altend a review ble strength Professional sixe 83.00.
Woodrow Shaver and I.insley at Camp Clatsop.
If not satisfied after five days trial
Dorman left Tuesday for Vancouver
money refunded. Agents wanted. J.
where they will spend several
spent Sunday with her daughter, IL Harris. 851 Van Ness Ave.. San
weeks in training camp.
Mrs. Earl Moore and family in this Francisco, Cal.
11. G. Baker and son. Fred, spent city.
the week end with friends and rel
Arthur Iverson of Medford spent
atives here. Mrs. IL G. Baker and
HOUSE FOIt SALE or BENT. Al
daughter, Elsie, Opal Hayes and several days this week with his so land and wood for sale. John Bit.
Melvin Sargent returned with them,! mother. Mrs. C. A. Dusenberry in ler Gold Hill.
after spending a week al their mine [ this city.
FOB SALE—13 lots, 50x110 In
Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Heed, aceom-
! panied by Mr. and Mrs. James Stev Dekum addition, joining Ihe Beaver
ens of Medford motored to Oregon Portland properly in Gold Hill. A;
good place for chicken ranch. Will
sell at your own terms. John Paler,
Mr. and Mrs. John Avena, who 232 So. Parrott, Roseburg, Ore. J 30
have been guests of Mrs. Avena’i
mother, Mrs. Win. Puhi, for sonic"
lime. left Friday for their home in
Tall tin s...........2 for 19c
— a n d D o n ’t F o r g e t . . .
No. 2 tins, each .... 15c
3-lb. p a ils................ 60c
Tall cans, each ........ 5c
1-lb. can ................ 35c
Per package ........ 10c
2 pkgs. for ............ 15c
Grants Pass, Ore.
HODGEN-BREWSTER POULTRY FEED
Dad’s Day is June 29
WHY NOT A
or a needed tool.
You can shop for everyone any time at the
C & B Ecomony Store
(Cheapest and Beat)
GRANTS PASS, OREGON