Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, January 21, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    SUNDAY, JANUARY. 91, 101T.
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FER52NAL LOCAL ;
Grants Pass Wood Oev
Hu good dry (fir wood for sale, de
livered at house. Term cash. C. 8.
Moray and W. H. Pattlllo. S0
- Mm. 1. K. Wagner, of Pleneaat
Velloy, apentTUtiirilay In the city
ahopplng.
Onion ante at Cramer Hro. 9(6
J. T. Jonua want, to Medford yes
terday to upend a few days attending
to bull nana matters.
Fanoy flowered pettlcoata la all
the sew style. Mre. B. Rehkoaf. tf
Hon Layton was a vlaltor Id the
elty fur abort time, returning yes
terday to Inland. , . ,
Japalao at Cramer Bros. 066
Alex Ntbley returned Saturday
from Med ford after spending a few
daya In that elty.
Peteluma Incubator at Cramer
Broa. 968
William Packard, of Central Point,
la here for several daya looking
after bualnea Interests.
Coats at reduced prices; alao wool
'and aUk dreaaea, Mre. E. Rehkopf. tf
Roy Brown, of Murphy and Harry
Brown of Applegaie, were visitor In
the city Saturday.
Maida lampa at Cramer Broa. tit j
C. W. Imhk, of Altneda, apent a
few daya in lb city, returning yea-1
terday to the niina. .
Link enameled ware at Cramer J
Broa, 050
A. K. LePunt, of Rogue Itiver, waa
a visitor in tiie city for a abort time,
returning to hla borne yesterday.
flat a ttexall weather chart calen
dar at Clemena free; only a few left.
Mlaa Laura 8trong arrived yeater
day from Poland. Mlaa sXrong ?M
teach la the public school of the
elty.
Heatera 13.15, $3.00, $3.50 at
Cramer Broa. S
Mre. Prank Tbompaon aient Sat
urday ahopntag In the city, return
ing last night to her bom at Mer-
Ha.
Mr. and Mra. Roy J. Kates and two
children v lei ted here a week with Ed.
Satan, returning Saturday to their
home at Dunnnulr. .
One ease of 1.S00 yards of the new j
3tltrh warranted fast coior IVrcalea 1
are on deck in the West patterns.
Kinney end Truax. ' f 56 1
O. A. Harmon went to tllendale
and Soaeburg yesterday to attend to
baelneas mattera. He will return the
first part of the week.
Mra. . Let Derail, left Saturday
morn tag for Athena, Ore. .to spend a
few weeks with her mother and will
later Jola Her husband at Burke,
Idaho.
Cut your boys lialr with a Dur
ham Daple rasor, fold toy Cramer
Brot. SV
M. 8. Barker rotarned to Eugene
yeaterday after a Tew cay tn the
city. He has keea here aetftteg the
Insurance on tha enlMtng recently
lost toy Mra. Dodge.
Mra. William Hamlin, of Medford.
arrived last night for a several days
visit with her daughter, Mra. Amoa
Smith. She has Ibeen visiting In
Merlin for the past few day.
, Mrs... A. C. Hoffman and noa leave
today for Oakland, Cat, to Jola Ml.
Hoffman, who left here aome time
ago. They have been resident of
Grants Paat for the past seven
months and are leaving their goodi
with the poKslhillty of returning
later.
Pino shear lit Cramer Bros. 136
C. C. Presley, agent Tor the Stand
ard Oil company here, left lant night
for Portland lo attend convention
of the Standard Oil agents of the
elate. On hi return 'he will atop and
vlalt with hla son, Dart, who It at
tending O. A. 0. He will be gone
until the middle of the week.
Mlaa Blsle Conk wont to Medford
last night. She would not state the
object of the trip but Judging by the
risenfrnted trunk and the quantiser of
rice showered upon her, It ti thought
that cupId had a hand In her lie
part u re. Minn Cook 1inn hecn a
teacher In the pttbllo school of the
city for (he past year. ' ;
V. W. Lewis, of Moro, It reglaterea
at tha Josephine.
O. O. Wlngfleld, of Kiddle, Is reg
istered at the OranU Pass hotel,
Mra, Dick Bland went to Jackson
villa laat olgbt for a aeveral daya
visit with friends.
Major W. Roae, a hop grower of
Independence, was In the city the lat
ter part of tha week.
U IM. Wyatt returned laat night
from Klamath Falls where be has
been visiting for tha paat week.
0. W. Mathews returned to Rogue
River .last night after spending the
day In the city attending to business
matters.
Walter Weckler was one of the
OranU Pass patrona of the enow at
the Page theater at Medford Friday
night.
P. B. Delano, general manager of
the C. A 0. C, railroad, left yester
day evening for Portland to spend
several daya la the Interests of the
company.
Miss Alice Agler visited here for
several daya with Mrs. Fannie Bor
chert and Mrs. M. A..Wetti. She
returned yesterday morning to her
homo at Portland.
Miss Blanche Shelly left Saturday
evening for her home at Merlin and
after apendlng severs! weeks there
will leave for Monmouth where she
will enter the Normal school.
Kvaaa Creek Utr!
Oq ,8alurday mora log a daughter
waa horn to iMr. and Mra. C F, Port
er of Evans creek.
Sum fur Divorce
O. O. Comatock ha tiled mil for
divorce from Nettle Cr-nutock aUm
ing deaertion.
Itervtvea Dodge,
Two Dodge ears were received yc
lerday by the C L. Hobart agency.
The earn are of the latest model,
aeveral new Improvements having
been added to last year'e model.
May Malta Trip Kent
R. B.. Miller, of tha C. A O. C. rail
road left laat night for Portland on
bumneee with the road. He may
make a trip to the east before re
turning to 0 rants Pass.
White Goods Sale
This week one lot of shirt wsMt
f 1.15 to 11.50 valaea, all at one price,
fl.00. All others, nothing reserved,
at 16 discount. The style Is right
and the present market price would
be more, not lean. Kinney A Truax,
Central Committee Appelated..
The central committee for the As
sociated Charities of OranU Paaa hat
been appointed aa foNowa: Judge C.
0. Gillette, Mayor J. P. Truax, Rev.
L. Myron Booser, Mrs. Cora Coutant,
Mrs. W. P. Counts.
Kadea-Caatala Wedding
At the Free Methodlat - church
Sunday avantag, a large congrega
tion gathered to witness the Joining
together of Jamea Richard , Eadea
and Mra. Barbara Ellen Contain In
holy matrimony. Rev. C. E. Olaaler
officiating.
Wood Cutter Loara Home
The home of Henry Courtney, one
and one-half mines from. .Wonder,
waa burned to tha ground last Wed
nesday night, leaving Mr. Courtney
and wife and seven children, two of
them sick, without a home. Mr. H.
A. Brewer of this city collected Sat
urday afternoon a fund of 110 or
mora and Pardee'a grocery gave a
aark of flour, while others are do
nating article of clothing.
IsBawnroodl Daary"
The heat milk.
Phone ill. "
and tea
Paaawnger Agent Hera -
Pbll Gordon, a general paseenger.
agent for the Southern Pacific sys
tem, waa a vlaltor in tbe cHy the
latter part of tbe week, having stop
ped off here oar hla way south from
Portland. Mr, Oordon It Interested
la farming and orchard lends along
Rogue river east of the city.
More Kurds on the Road
The O. L. Hobart company laat
week sold and delivered Ford cars
to tha following:, Georga R. Inks,
lisonsrd Orchard co ; Z. D. Hyde,
Murphy; Evelyn B. Kellogg, Laura
Spencer, B. D. Shook, Grants Pass;
and Nick Sauer, Selma.
Diangn In Tearlwis
A change haa been made In the
teaching force of the local school,
tbls being made necessary by Die
resignation of atlas Elale Cook. Mis
Laura Strong, who arrived yesterday
from Portland, is to teach in tbe
Riverside school while Mra. Dunn,
who haa toean teaching at Rlveralde
will he transferred to the Eaat school
K, P. iodge Celohrates .
Tha Knights of Pythias held ? a
social masting Jast -Money night in
honor of two grand lodge visitor,
H. O. Wortman and W. T. Cleaaon.
0fr.,i.Worlmaa. la grand chancellor
commander of the atate, while Mr.
Cleaaon la. grand K. of R. and 8. ,A
dinner was one of the main event
of the evening, though it was much
punctuated with oratory and good
Mttltowehlp.
Ketarntag to HeatUe
Mr. and Mra. J. O'Brien, of Seattle,
left for the north Friday evening on
No. 16, after having been Jn thla
elty for tha paat two months; While
here Mr. O'Brien, who is a mining
engineer, hss been Investigating sys
tem of hydraulic placer mining in
southern Oregon, especially tha op
eration of the Ruble elevator, and
eontamplatea using ilka equipment in
mining properties In Aleaka In which
he la Interested.
RimiH Il'ver.WIn .
' A haaket ball team from the city
waa defeated Friday night by Rogue
River with a score of 2 to If. The
team waa composed of Robert Bet3l.
Ted Blrchard. Gall Smith. Earl Plt
tcnger and Coach Miller of the hi b
school. The thrills of a real holdup
were experienced by a couple of the
local team, two men appearing and
tickling the rlba of the two with the
muixle of a "gat" Later develop
ments showed that It waa only the
work of aeveral village Jokers.
Bird and Animal Plctsjrea
W. L. Flnley, atate biologist, will
give a talk and ahow Ale moving pic
tures of Oregon birds and animal
tomorrow (Monday) evening at the
BIJou theater at 7:30 under the au
aplcea of the Parent-Teacher asso
ciation. Monday afternoon the pic
tures wilt be ahown free to the school
children. The evening charge of 15c
4a made to help defray the expenses
of tha afternoon exhibition. Those
who do not avail themselves of the
oportunlty to aee these wonderfully
.beautiful plcturea will regret t 956
Leonanta to Get Creamery
The (board of directors of the
Rogue Valley creamery are negotia
ting with the Leonard Orchards
people for tha aale of the creamery
to that company, and while the legal
transfer haa not yet been accomp
lished, It la expected that It will tie
satisfactorily closed during the
week. C. E. Nllea, manager of the
Leonard Orchards, la In the manage
ment of the creamery at the prevent
time. It la, expected that the new
owners will make aome material Im
provements In the creamery.
I ii i
- Heat Atcraetsoai -.
Owen i Moore and
Marguerite Ooartot, la''' 3 6
'"RoiUaa; Noaea." " '"'V' Of
The immortal 4Lady Dainty" of th2 stage and screen
Maifgueote Clark
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' MM r'MIKRN
jimj :ll :lL'llliiElLfl
Meat E
aters law Tsb'
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Meat is the natural food of man. A bountiful Creator put it here for his
use. ; Meat b tha great food force that drive the hwasan machine. '
One of our tender, juicy steaks will give you a new and brighter outlook on life. '
A meal of our rich pork chops will cure the worst troack '
OUR MEATS ARE THE BEST
We also handle fish, oysters and same n seasoa.
Be good to your digestion by. supplying k with our superior meats. .
5 per cent discount for cash.
Phone 52 for Quick Delivery
Ctemnserrial Club LancheoB -
-The luncheon at tbe Commercial
club at noon Monday, promises to be
Interesting from a gaatronomfccal and
aa oratorical point of view. The for
mation of the beet growing company
will be one of the subjects discussed.
Attead Hardware Cwsvealioay
T. P. Cramer departed Friday ev
anlng for Portland and Corrallis,
where ha will visit for the next 10
days. At Portland he will attend the
convention of ...hardware merchants,
meeting there Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday of thla week. At Cor
vaUls be will vlalt with hla son. Ted.
a student at O. A. C.
Attachment for
' A writ , of attachment waa lasued
yeaterday against a team of horses
belonging to W. C Peck. A warrant
waa recently issued for Peck's ar
rest upon. a charge of .larceny, the
complaint alleging the theft of cop
per amalgamating plates belonging
to A. H. Gunnel!. Peck has not yet
been apprehended, but the civil ac
tion and . attachment against his
team was taken to protect them. The
plates are said to have been , worth
about 1150.
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Calling cards at the Courier.
MJOU
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The wki Maker
Tho iitillo tMlny ul)k Itt. HAltT (ho ksutllntt plaro nn ttic In
, ' ' ' . " , " j tliN proiluctlon he anriasca hlmNclf. '' , '
As Qssal iWAiii ccsed?, f4A CALICQ fVAOTRE" f2atiirig Fay iruscher.
f ITER SHORTAGE
Mining men atate that tbe present
mining season will go down In his
tory as tha moat trying and unreiuun
erative alnce the first discovery, o
gold In the gulches of southern Ore
gon In 1851. This la becnane or the
failure of the usual early winter
rains and tha long-continued cold
weather that haa stopped, the flow
t the hiountaln' streams that sup
plied the water tor the placer mines,
A southern Oregon placer mine has
long been considered one of the saf
est of investments, aa a well-pros-H.oted
' proiMirty with a reasonable
assurance of plenty of water for lis
glbnts aad sluice boxe resolvo Itself
lttn a matter of matheumttra whuo
the layman la aa mucii at htine un
Iho expert,
. .Many of the beat placer properties
of the district that are usually right
In the midst of their . golden harvest
at' this season of the year are still
Idle because of the failure of the sea
sonable rains, for the rains have, im
ually been as dependable as the g )M
itself, This la trim of most nf the
places mines, and la especially not
able when such a property as the fa
mous Layton mine, which haa a rec
ord of having been operated contin
uously foe 40 years by one, man, Is
still waiting for water to operate if
three giants set ,. end ! ready for the
harvest. ,The Laytpn waa purchased
last year by, Austin Wilson, for the
Pacific Placer company, of: Boston,
Masa., and ihe saw people have tbe
equipment In place for operation aa
soon as the water cornea.
The Layton has a record that is
often referred to as a marvel aa a
producer. ,, Each year, for a period
of about 5 , montha tha water ( has
been turned through a single giant,
and a cleanup of from 15,000 to
(15,000 waa assured.. The opera
tVns were confined to the summer,
t.ie season of Viort water bu; pleas
ant weather, although tha wiei sup
ply with ita 40 miles of ditches have
made a full year's ran alwaya pos
sible till this freak year came around.
The indications are that there Is a
20-year run for the three-giant equip
ment that Is now ready to attack the
ground and auggests that thia insures
sn addition of thousands of dollars
each yesr to the stream of gold flow
ing through the Grants Pasa banka
to the mint at San Francisco.
Chicago. Louis Schoenberg, $8,
yeaterday celebrated by playing tour
teen gamea of pool, smoking innum
erable birthday cigars, drinking, eat
ing, walking and going to a movie.
A classified ad will give results.
Wis 10SE CJT H3
THE i ELITE
The triaagalar-debate held Fri
day night between Aahland. Med
ford aad OranU Pass,, resulted in de
feat for the local high school de
baters. The question for debate waa
"Resolved, that Oregon should adopt
a: health insa ranee law, embodying
the essential features of tha standard
bill of tbe American association for
labor legislation." , The negative waa
taken by Paul Day and. Frank Tar
pia. Ashland upheld the affirmative
with RV Kirk aad Ernest Abbot aa
their team. The home d (waters were
coached by Superintendent HuH aad
Mlaa Marian WhHe.. At Medford the
Grants Paaa debaters. Hubert VYil
klna and Raymond LeRoy, upholding
tha affirmative ol the eaeetion were
also defeated. In both Instances
the decision was unanimous.
The boya' band, under the direc
tion of Profeesor Dawklns. gave-a
Bomber or selections, which were
much enjoyed. A receotloa was riven
those present by the seniors after
the debate. Refreshments, conalat
Ing of wafers and chocolate were
served. . .
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Erery factor of a good lnvaetment'la mat to the
Ford ear, for bosiaeaa tlllty-l.w. g
mall upkeep, minimum, dapneiatloB? With
Jon can buy at,any .prioe.i , la. mty, eoantrr
Ford service is close at hand-h, aerrkTthS
keepi mor a than 1.7600.000 Ford wwllST
elet ' Wi M 'HUi RMb0 4.- Conn.
VI ?5Si.TowB Car . Sedan, ll5u
t o b. Detroit. Ramabar,'rtS mg, Mn
their cars al tha year arouid. ' "
8SSSS
C L HOBART CO.