Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, December 08, 1916, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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It's I'SKft.
KODAKS $0.00 Vf
PRKM08 73e I'P .
Friday id Sstarday
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Ttho celebrated actor la
o f High
A Red PnoW
. .... COMIC ', ' '
Gertrude Selby and Reggie
. Morris
"AScacf thlcrtib
. A. G. Clark, Trustee of the estate
of the Burea Lumber Co., ia Bank
ruptcy offers for tale for cash in
hand for the seat price obtainable
the following property to wit: One
mall aawmill, being on tie prem
ises of & R. Btombo about 8 miles
: east of Gleudale, Oregon, also one
lot of naw log measuring about
107,417 feet, laid Ion being In part
la the wood on said St umbo prom
isee and part on the landing at the
mid sawmill.
Bide are to be received by C. V.
HamtKoa Referee In Bankruptcy,
Rooebnrg, Oregon, not later than
December, 10, 11, certified check
most accompany each bid for 10 per
cent of the amount bid. Sale will
be subject to confirmation of said
28 A. O. CLARKE,
Dec. t, Saturday. Children's Story
Hour at the public library at
10: SO. Miis. Jvah Day story
Dec. IS, Tuesday Dr. By water on
"Tonsils and Adenoids" at the
Commercial club rooms at 2:30.
Under auspicles of health depart
ment of the Parent-Teacher as
sociation. Dec. 16, Saturday, Bazar by ladles
of the Christian church. Cooked
food and fancy articles.
Dec. 16, Saturday Exhibition of
the Society of Arts and Crafts In
j the Guild hall afternoon and even-
New York, Dec. 8. Madison
Square garden, scene of many big
tights, horse shows and great pol
itical gatherings, was sold at auc
tion today to the New York I -If In
surance company for 12,000,000.
Letterheads at the Courier.
: TER52NflL
D. D. Adams left this morning tor
Medford to spend a short time.
Maida lamps at Rogue River Hard
ware. Htt
0. W. Morrow returned lart nlfM
from a two weeks' business trip to
See the Durham Duplex Domlna
girt at Cramer Bros. 921
' Young man, your sweetheart will
appreciate a bos of fresh candy from
the Sugar Bowl. OStt
W. B. Sherman returned last night
from Montague where he spent the
Mrs. CU Dillon spent tTliunsdiiy
in the city, returned to her home at
Hugo last night
15.00 rasor for SI. 00 all day Sat
urday at Cramer Bros. , til
Xmai cards and letters, tags and
stickers at Clemens. 922
P. H. Tllley left this morning Un
Sacramento, after spending several
days In this city; '
- Watch the Sugar Bowl for Xmas
candy. SOStt
Iran Howell went to Gleadale this
morning to spend several days visit
ing relatives.
" The newest styles in hand bags at
Clemens. S22
' Free hair cut at 11 a. m. and 4
p. m. Saturday at Cramer Bros. 921
Mrs. E. N. F. Macduff arrived this
morning from North Yakima, Wash.,
to visit with her son, N. F. Macduff.
Flannelette gowns, "5c, $1.00 and
81.25. Quality can not be beat Mrs.
B. Rehkopf. 901tf
Mrs. E.H. Autenrleth returned to
Montague this morning after visit
ing for some time with relatives.
. Learn to cut your own hair with
the Durham Duplex rasor at Cramer
Bros. 921
Large assortment of Children's
painting books at Clemens. 923
Mrs. L. A. (Abbot and daughter,
Julia, went to 'Ashland this morn
ing for a visit there with relative
and friends.
A nice' assortment of ladles' wool
underwear. Mrs. E. Rehkopf. 90 ltf
K. Mlsoguchl left last night for
a several' days buaineas trip to Port
land and wilh-eturn here the first of
the week.
Boys wanted at 11 a. m. and 4
p. m. for a free bair cut at Cramer
Bros. 921
The Sugar Bowl, 60J O st. 90Stf
Alex Nlbley returned la night
from Medford where he spent a num
ber of day attending to business af
fairs. You will enjoy the picture show
much better It you take some candy
with you from the 8ugar Bowl. 903tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jones, of Hol
ler, Mich., spent a short time In this
city, leaving this morning for Los
A gold plated Durham Duplex out
fit makes a One holiday gift for
$2.50 at Cramer Bros. 921
Liggett Fen nay's candy at Clem
. 92S
W. A. Moser left this morning for
his home at Starbuck, Wash., after
spending a week In the city, having
been called here by the Illness of
Ms father.
Manicure sets at Clemens. 922
Engleweod Dairy
The best milk; or earn and Ice cream
Phone SSS.
it seems, has even reached Grants Pass.
However, it is only a war of PRICES,
and the people receive the benefit.
, We are advertising quality,
Our Tea Garden Peanut Butter g 15c like Beechnut or Helna, lias
tlie quality. ,
Our Climax Coffee itlto for quality nhlt Uie who have uttrd
It for year.
Our Xo. tttt rouHt coffee ($!Mc ulo has merit.
Alpine and Valley i'riilo Butter (home product) 118c the lli.t
7.1c per square.
A full imihikI package of Jupan Tea (fair quality) IWc.
One pound of rount coffee (not blrndrxl) Q$ !iN
White House Grocery
i!5 LOCAL :
Out Yiuui of City Vote
The official convaas of the vote cast
In the municipal election was report
ed to the council Thursday night.
There were no changes in the count,
the totals standing as published In
the Courier previously.
Waldorf Dance
Tomorrow night.
tenures to iiludenta
Dr. John T. Miller, of Loa Angeles
gave a lecture today to the students
of the local schools. This morning
he delivered a 30 minute lecture on
vocational training and this
afternoon addressed the pupils of
the Central school. Dr. Miller is con
nected with the school of vocational
training at Los Angeles.
Your ttiriai
Suit will be delivered on time, but
select the goods, and place your
order now. Geo. 8. Calhoun. 921
Bureau of Awmciatrd tltarilh
At the meeting of tho Parent
Teacher association held yesterday,
the matter of forming a bureau of
associated charities as had been sug
gested to the association came up
and the call for a meeting of rep
resentatives of all organlxationa dot
tng charity work will be made early
in the new year to formulate plans.
Attention . A. It. Member
The regular meeting of General
Logan Post No. 29. 0.' A. R.. will
take place In the W. O. W. hall Satur
day afternoon at 3 : 3 0 o'clock. Elec
tion of officers and other Important
business wilt be transacted. Every
member and visiting comrad Is ex
pected to be present. By order bt
E. A. Wade, commander; J. E.
Peterson, adjutant.
Mimical Treat Coming
I .overs of good music are looking
forward to the forthcoming presenta
tion of "Star or the East," by the
Grants Psss Music Club. Those
who have been privileged to attend
the rehearsala are voicing enthusias
tic praise and assurance of a pro
duction of unusual merit. The high
order of musical talent and the con
scientious work of the club mem
bers deserves the loyal support of
Granta Pass and a large attendance
at the concert December 22.
Dane Tomorrow Night
At the Waldorf.
VlalU Hanger Station
N. F. Macduff returned yesterday
from an Inspection of the Page creek
ranger station. He reports every
thing In good condition and Is great
ly pleased with the work done dur
ing the past season. Melvln Lewis,
ranger at this station, la also a co
operative observer for the weather
bureau. He reports the past month
the coldest November since the sta
tion was first started In 1909. Last
Tuesday 4 Inches of snow fell, which
ia the heaviest snowfall recorded
there tor this time of year.
Don't Walt
Place your order now for that
Christmas suit or overcoat. Geo. 8.
Calhoun. S1
Urease to Wed ,
A marriage license was issued to
day to Ixtynl L Aldrldge and Orpha
May Green.
Rev. Ilooser III
On arocunt of the Illness of Rev.
L Myron Rooaer, the pastor, there
will be no preaching services In Beth
any Presbyterian church on Sunday.
Sunday school and C. E. meetings a
New tlish Truntcca
Vacanclea upon the board of trus
tees of the Commercial club have
been filled by the board through the
election o( Messrs. Alex Nlbley, man
ager of the sugar company, and .P. B.
Delano, of the California Oregon
Coast railroad.
InYentlgatra Copper Mine
T. S. Mat his. of San Francisco, rep
resenting the General Electric com
pany. Is In the city Investigating the
mineral, deposit In this district. Mr.
MatliU la the company's KeoloxlKt
and mining engineer, and la getting,
data especially as , regard the de
posits of copper ore In Josephine
Ordinance Amendment
. An amendment to a city ordinance
has been presented to the council to
give the fire chief authority to Inspect
flue and chimneys In the city. The
authority now reels with the police
department. The ordinance was ad
vanced to take second reading and
laid over till next meeting for final,
A Humming !luln-ft
Bnslnem Is humming at tho I'nlille
Service building on North Sixth
Street today and It was yesterday
and it will be tomorrow, and indeed
next week may be busier than ever.
The women of Presbyterian church
aim at a carload of paper and the
community spirit of Crania Pa Is
awake as usual to the undcrtsklng.
Papers.' maxatlne. catalogues and
book of bygone days are pouring in
In quantities Urge and small. A
carload of paper Is a big order fig
ured in pounds. Please help as you
can by sending In the n!d paper you
do not want or phone 231 or 49-Y
and a committee will call on you. 931
Would Nell Testing Plant ' ,
The city council will offer a cement
testing plant which it owns to the
Beaver Portlsnd Cement company of
Gold Hill, the latter company having
made inquiry concerning It. The
plant came into the possession of
the city three years ago when the
council authorised its purchase from
local parties who wished to dispose
of It, the purchase price being 1300.
It has never been used since Its pur
chase by the city, and Is stilt stored
away, the council now Indicating its
willingness to dispose of It. The
Gold Hill people asked to borrow the
plant but the council authorised a
counter proposal of tale through the
public property committee.
Boy' Request Denied
Clifford E. Roberts, a youthful
Marconi, appeared before the city
council Thursday night to support
his petition for permission to erect
n aerial outfit for a wireless plant
near hi home In this city. Clifford's
application bad been presented at a
previous meeting, he asking that he
be allowed to suspend his wires from
a pole to a tree across the street.
The council voted against the re
quest as the wires would cross a
city street. The young petitioner
stated that the refusal of the council
to grant his request was a keen dis
appointment to him as he has pur
chased his Instruments. His wires,
he stated, would cross the street at
a height of 80 feet, but despite bis
Qlea the council held to Its belief
that the petition should not be
Honeymonner In Wreck-
Charles Morrison and bride were
returning from their honeymoon yea
terday when their car was overturn-
ed and badly damaged when about
eight miles south of Canyon vllle.
Mr. Morrison was caught under the
"The Clue,"
a thrilling riHCrtlve mauler
piece, dealing with Itiiimliut
life, nnil a rant Including
I Handle Nwert, HexNiie Hay
ukaua, I'nge Peter, Kdwanl
Maekay, (tartrmle Keller,
Krneftt Joy and Hilly Klmer, to
nlglit and Hatunlay.
Star Theatre
Lett Us
Relieve You
of those Old Papers
and the worry that goes with Idem
. JIST .
Gatber them In bundle
'Call up Phones Urtl or 49VY '
And vr will route to your aid
Vcns Asscciaticn, Presbyterhn
' Public Service Building.
Open daily 1 to 8 p. m.
Tlwiue patters, Brain, atlrkera, small rank fur enclosure, etc.
Christmas Letters
A fine Mdcrtlon front AV up. A Wo tit rial ma stationery and rorre
KMinlrnee card.
nvtY.o'.r'c Drug ana1
ASUlliai aj
New Creamery
The new Creamery in Grants Pass
will he ready to receive cream
on January 15th.
The prtrea paid for ttuUerfat for the mm er delivered at the
(Veamerjr will be fur No. 1 buttrrfat Ste above Portland prices for
Xo. 'J Portland price, Xo, S 3c under Portland prion.
Helling price for butter will be 'Jlic In, under Portland quotation
at the Oramery at Urania 1'aaa. . ' " " 1. . ' .
iTtcea oa Ice (Yearn o Xo. 1 quality will be 73r a galioi la S,
1 and 10 gallon packer. All Ire (Ytam and butler bill to be paid
weekly. All cream ahipnera will be paid on the (Uh and Xh of
each month but any prraons needing momry during the month pleaae
notify roe and I will gladly aend them a rberk.
After March 1st will he glad to supply the people of Mraata Paw
with Paatewrised milk. The plant will be managed by tits. Be.
Purest. location of plant not definitely decided on until after
SOth of the month.
Buttemtaker. at Rogue Valley Oeamer.
car and had a narrow escape from
serious Injury. Mrs. Morrison got
out Just before the accident happen
ed. 0. O. McOllvray, of. Canyon
vllle, went to the rescue and the car
was hauled back to Canyonvllle for
Knew Murdered American.. -
Howard Gray, the American min
ing man who was killed by Vllllstaa
at Parrel, was an old-time friend
of W. E. Beck with of this city. Mr.
Beckwitb says that he was associated
with Cray In Colorado for a number
of years, and that, after the latter
went to Mexico to engage In mining
they carried on a correspondence for
several years.
New Mining Company ; ,
Articles of Incorporation for a new
mining company In Josephine county
have been filed the new corporation
to be known a the Trl-Metal Min
ing company. The Incorporators are
Tomorrow Only
Ruth Roland
the charming alar of "WHO
PAYH?" In :
"A Matrimonial Martyr"
A beautiful screen brochure In
v .. ... , .
3 Stedcsery Store
Joseph R. Smith, C. McOougal.
James White and M. Nordea, who
will promote the mining Industry of
this county. The capital stock la
Job printing of every description at
the Coirier oBce,
One of the screens prettleat
stars .,.
"The Devil's
a five at Triangle Pine Arts
"The Danger Girl"
In a two act Murk Htnnit Key
atone half mile of laugh nnd
Special Attraction
In select mimical munlier on
the vlollan-llai'p
The only one of Its kind In lite
No advance In price luc
Job work at the Courier.