Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, February 25, 1917, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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DAILY MOin Mm OOOREU
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The New Type "Z"
Fairbanks-Morse
FARM ENGINE
Economical Simple Light Weight
Substantial Fool-proof Construction
Gun Barrel Cylinder Bore Leak-proof
Compression Complete with Built-in Magneto
"MORE THAN RATED POWER
AND A WONDER AT THE PRICE"
Prices :
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11-2 H.P. $47.90
3jH.P. - 87.90
6 H. P. - 152.45
F. O. B. Grants Pass .
Jewell Hardware Company
I JEROME PRAIRIE I
Flndley to all of those who did not AMERICAN' SHU' PASSES
have an opportunity to H)iiy a box
Mr. and Mr. Ira Dlsbrow and the
The hssket sods) slven hv r. I Misses Elsie and Alberta Power
Flndley at the Vocational Home l)cnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
achool taut Saturday niKht proved a K- B,sh n(' family f Wlldervllle.
great success. A large rowd waa Misses Elsie and Alberta bave 'been
present and a delightful evenlug aoon v'tlng with Mr. and Mrs. Dlsbrow
slipped away. Elbert Tucker auc
tioned off seventeen banket and
thirty dollara and thirty rent wan
raled which will be used for the
auiiort of the achool. Hot coffee
and doiiKhnuta wero served by Mr.
C:mt Le::cn OH
nilhGsdslhtj.ir
t Oropi So tha Work; Plnlstly.
"I lull you. before I hard of
lets-It' I used to try one thing sfur
aaothar for corns. XT still had them.
I used bandage and they made my
Oeraa Drive Yea Mt Try -Hlm-lt"
as They'll reel Right OBI
toe ao big It waa murdar to put on
any ahoe. t uied aalvee and other
things that ate off more of the toe
than they did the corn, I'd out and
now no more foollnjr for me,
drone of 'Oeta-U' did all the
It make the corn ahrlvel and get o
Two
work.
Inoae that you can Just pick It right
. . off with your finger''
There has been nothing new die
overed for corns alnoe "Oeti-lt"
waa born. It's the new war the
onimon-eenee, jlmple, aura way.
"Otta-It" I aold everywhere, Ha
t bottle, or cent on reoelpt of price
r Lawrenoe Co,, Chicago, It),
, Sold la Qrant Pan and mom
Biended at the world's best corn rem-'
dy by George 0. Babln.
and returned to their home at (Irani
Paaa, 'Monday.
. The Jerome Prairie farmers have
suspended all field work this week
on account of bad weather.' . The
anow measured nine Inches Wednes
day morning. ,
The farmers' club or Wlldervllle
and Jerome Prairie held a very suc
cessful nioctlriK at the Jerome I'ral-
rle achool house Saturday February
17. The meeting was tailed to order
at 1 o'clock by the president and
; after the minutes wore read, a vote
was taken on a new name for the
club. The Mutual Benefit club, be
jlng the moat popular, wa adopted.
jThoee that took part In the pro
I grain or the day were: A, Wylherg,
j who gave an Interesting talk on the
! program outline for the county ag
ricultural agent for the coiulng year;
Miss Turley of Corvallls, whose sub
ject was domestic aolence In oonnec-i
tlon with the rural home; Rev.
Hooicr, of the Bethany rresbyterlan
church of Grants Pass, who spoke on
the church In the rural communities;
V. L. Upson, of Oranta Pass, whose
su'bjoot was taken from the raising
of poultry; and ra Dlshrow who
gave an Interesting talk , on Indus
trial club work, Those who were
present at the mooting received many
helpful suggestions. The next moot
ing or the club will be held at Wlld
ervllle March 17.
. . s
San Francisco When Christina
Turner, newly qualified attorney ap
peared to try her .first ease,. Judge
Graham made her obey the court rule
that "all attorneys mint remove their
bats In court."
Til HOUGH DANUKII 7AIXK
At the Churches
Bethany Presbyterian Church
Morning service at 11 a. m., ser
mon, "A New Call to Lent."
Evening service at 7:30 p. ni., ser
mon, "Street lamps on the Highway
of Ufe." 1
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.,
leader, Arthur Cramer.
Mrs. Clark will sing In the morn
ing and T. P. Cramer In the evening
Men who have been members of
Bethany church for twenty years or
more will serve the fellowship lunch
at the close of the evening service.
Come, let us shake your band. ,
L. Myron Booser, minister.
Newman M. E. Church
Preaching by the pastor morning
and evening.
'At 11 o'clock the topic will be,
"What Is Christianity As a Historical
Revelation?" The choir, In charge
of Prof. J. S. MacMurray, will render
tbe anthem, "Ood Be Merciful." Solo,
"Gates or Silence," by J. M. Isbam.
At 7:30 p. m. the topic will be,
"Tbe Ounce or Dross and the Ounce
or Gold." Anthem, "Send the Light."
Anthem, "In tbe Garden," with tenor
solo by H. L. Stonaker.
Sunday school at 10 a. m Sam. H.
Baker, superintendent.
Intermediate and Epworth leagues
at 6:30 p. m.
Tou are cordially invited to these
services.
Melville T. Wire, pastor.
rc
YOUR BANK
SAVING IiJke SPENDING, to habit. Which tub.
it hav jom formed? , Vow earning capacity to of
little value without ability .to save. Stan aa ac
cotntt with mad we will help yon save what yon
make. Qur nnaocUl responsibility and soaad baa.
iaeas methods guarantees safety for your funds.
Whesi yon have money yon help as and when yon
need motley we help yon.
Interest paid on time aad savings deposits.
STRENGTHINTEGRmr-EFFiaENOrCDURTESr
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HOGS SELL AT $18
IX CHICAGO MAHKKT
Chicago, Feb. 24 Hogs establish
ed a new high record today when
heavies and mixed sold on the local
market for $13.00 per hundred
pounds. This Is the highest price
ever paid In Chicago.
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Job printing of every description at
the Courier office. t
Baptist Church
Preaching at both services by the
pastor. The morning subject. "Will
Tou Be Missed?" . ,
Anthem by the choir.
Gospel service at 7:30. Solo by
Miss Pattlllo. and special number by
the girl's chorus.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.. Super
intendent Klrker will be glad to wel
come you. ' -
B. Y. P. IT. devotional service at
6:30.
A kindly welcome to all.
8. A. 'Douglas, pastor.
fihknt Luke's Church
Tros'Ftret Sunday' In Lent.
Holy Euobarlst at 8 a. m. . ,
Sunday school at :45 a. m.
' Morning prayer at 11 a. m.
Lenten services, Tuesdays, evening
prayer at 4 p. , m. Wednesdays,
evening grayer and address at 7:30
p. m. Thursdays. Holy Eucharist at
9 a. m. Fridays, evening prayer at
4 p. ro. .
You are cordially invited to these
services.
Charles W. Baker, rector.
Mormon Church
Melvin J. Bullard, president of the
northwestern states mission or the
Mormon church, will be atthe Sun
day school service at 10:30 a. m.
and at, the general service at 7 p. m
In the Moose hall. Mr. Bullard Is
an exceptionally good speaker. Spe-
clal musical numbers for the even-
Bordeaux. Feb. 24. The Ameri-J'ns service. All are cordially In-
can steamer Rochester was exueeteif "ted
to dock here this evening, having
safely passed through the barred
sone.
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WOOD COAL
Tfl., WILUAMS WOOD
Ji (l COAL YARD
0 ytrd phon, ujj
Ret. Phone 376-T
Everything of
gfiShaSat Merlt
CO CONCKETR
bv..wj PRODUCTS
0jflTvk' Oregon
"UltimxJ)' Cement Sewer Pipe
A Tile Co,
f-1 New and I'sed
1 , " ' FURNITURE
L- -t-m ! . at Itight Prices
ft TJ ' Manuel & Beaton
iiuujQl ; J04 Booth 6th
D Terms Strictly Cash
-g-, 1 But see what cash
(S$2 j WIH do her
! J'HOPLES MEAT
; 400 South 6th St.
g. A H DR. V, H. INGRAM
filJVny ; Chiropractor
iMMjtimvso. 1 Offlca Hours
! 10-1 J and 1-5
ChriKtian Church
Bible school, 8:45; service, 11:00;
sermon, 11:30, sermon lecture by1
Prof. A. Dawkln; communion, 12;.
Junior endeavor, 3:00; senior en
deavor, 6:30; sermon by pastor,
7:30.
You are cordially Invited to attend
these services.
J. H. Harmon, pastor, i
First Church of Christ Scientist
Christian Science services are held
every Sunday, In the W. O. W. hall. 1
at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening meet-j
Ings at 8 o'clock. The subject for to-1
day Is, "Mind." The reading room Is j
open dalljfrom 2 to 4 p. m. except
Sunday. The public Is cordially ln-:
vlted to attend the services and to
visit the reading room. j
NO SONGS FOR WEEKS ,
FROM HCHIMANX-HKIXKK
St. Louis. Feb. 24. -Madame Schu-mann-HeJnke,
contralto, who suffered
two fractured ribs and a lacerated
arm, when she was thrown from an
automobile here last night, will not
be able to take the conceit stage for
at least three weeks, her physicians
announced today. The lure of the
movies took the star and her accom
panist, Edith Evans, to a movie house
on the south aide. When they were
departing from their home, their
automobile, In backing from the
curb, was suck by a street car.
Both ladlea were catapulted ' from
their seats, but 'Miss Bvans escaped
with few minor bruises. . 1
Physicians say the Injury to Mad
ame Schumann-Weinke greatly Inter-,
feres with her breathing and that
she should 'be In bed' at least two
weeks...... I. , , . - - . .
DODOE RtinTllERS
MOTOR CAR
We have secured the agency for Josephine County for '
the famous DODGE CAR, which we will handle in coof "
s ncction with the FORD. It is conceded that these two
. makes of cars stand at the bead of their class in dependa
bility, upkeep, economy of. operation and service. We are
putting in a full line of DODGE parts so that DODGE
. service shall equal FORD service so well known to every
one. Price $880.00 Grants Pass
Second hand Ford (1014) Rood condition
$250 . .
Maxwell, latest model, run but three month ,
, $550 .
(i-pasKeager Orerland
(" ' $150 ; ;
Half cash, balance $20 per month ,
C. L HOBART COMPANY
FASHION GARAGE
and Machine Shop
BEST EQUIPPED SHOP BOOTH.
KRIf OREGON
EXPERT MACHINIST IJT CHARGE
OXY-ACETYLINB WELDING
q VULCANIZING AND TUBE REPAIRS
A OVERLAND AND 8TUDEBAKKR
SERVICE STATIONS
RIVER BANKS CREAMERY
Leunanl Kutnte ( ompny, Owner
Grants Taws Ore.
Highest Market Price
For
MUST qi'AMTY CREAM
Fl'LL WEIGHT HON MKT TEST
TROMPT PAYMENT