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GRANTS PASS DAILY OOI'RIEH
BATUtDAY, MAIU'll U, 101U.
WIlIS PASS DAILY COURIER
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SATURDAY, MARCH SO, 1019.
OREGON WEATHER 4
Rain west portion; cloudy in 4
east portion. Sunday rain with
Increasing southeasterly winds. 4
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If There Was
A Better Coffee
THAN NUMBER EIGHTEEN
We Would Be Selling II
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
' Quality First
Concert Is Pleasing
The University of Oregon Men's
Glee club concert was a genuine suc
cess In every way. The varied pro
gram was full of pep from start to
finish and the many stunts full of
surprising features kept the audience
In good humor for more than two
hours. The club work was good
and the numbers by individual mem
bers were of high order. The soloist.
Mr. Peterson, was unable to appear
on account of a cold and over work,
which seriously affected his voice.
The other members of the club, al
though they have been having a
strenuous time for the past week,
singing every night and securing
sleep at intervals, were up to stand
ard, and their work was encored re
peatedly. Alnmnl Association Entertain X'. of
O. Glee CI nb
Members of the University of Ore
gon Alumni association and students
who are here for the" spring vacation,
entertained the Tniversity of Oregon
glee club with a dancins party at
the Hotel Josephine last evening af
ter the concert. The dining room
was decorated with daffodils. Punch
was served during the evening. About
forty guests participated. Mrs. Geo.
R. Riddle and Mrs. Geo. C. Sabin
Mrs. John Hampshire Hostess '
Mrs. John Hampshire was hostess
Saturday afternoon of last week in
honor of Mrs. W. H. Jensen. Sweet j
peas, freeslas and violets were in I
profusion everywhere about the'
house. Bridge, conversation and i
music were features of the after-!
noon. A dainty luncheon was served
at small tables In the living room
followed by cafe noir in the library.
The guests were Mesdames W. H.
Jensen, E. A. Murphy, Frank C.
Bramwell, F. S. Bramwell, Geo.
Lundburg, Mike Clemens, Jos. Wol
ke, W. P. Qulnlan. N. F. Macduff,
C. H. Woodward, D. B. Reynolds and
Misses Alma Wolke, Katharine
Bridges, Grace Green, Kathryn Ry
an, and Berenice Quinlan.
Mr. and Mrs. Jensen Leave for
One of the charming Informal af
fairs of last week in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Jensen preceedlng
their departure for Minneapolis was
that given by Mrs. Sam H. Baker Fri
day evening. All enjoyed dancing
and music, including several selec
tions rendered by Miss Pattillo. Miss
Qulnlan and Mr. Llum. Dainty re
freshments were served in the din
ing room, where violets and daffo
dils were effectively arranged and a
mound of daffodils intermingled with
ferns massed Into a huge centerpiece
adorned the table. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Jensen, Dr. and
Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Macduff,
Mt. and Mrs. Wolke. Mr. and Mrs.
Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Baker, and
Misses Alma Wolke, Beulah Wil
liams, Genevieve Pattillo, Berenice
Qulnlan, and Mr. Lium and Mr
Student Are Entertained
Mrs. Geo. R. Riddle entertained
at a dinner dance Wednesday even
ing of this week, the occasion being
in honor of college student? who are
here for the spring vacation. The
Riddle home was handsomely deco
rate in yellow, and yellow flowers
were used for a centerpiece. Those
present were Miss Wilma Donnell,
of Hood River. Miss .In no Uiho ,-,
of Roseburg; and Misses Marjorle
Nlles, Marlon Sabln. Wilda Co'ints.
.Teanette Cramer, Florence Riddle!
Prudence Pardee, and Messrs. Hal
Selby, Lynn Sabln, Wlllett Murray,
Wallace Niles, Earle Voorhies, Ar
thur Cramer, Geo. Riddle Jr., Mr
and Mrs. Jos. Wharton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Riddle.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Mnsikcr Surprised
Thursday evening the neighbors
for "miles" around congregated at
the corner of Oak and West G street,
and proceeded to "walk in" at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Maslker,
the occasion being a birthday sur
prise on Mrs. Masiker "mustn't"
tell her age, but fifty years ago she
was one year old. The evening was
spent in visiting and listening to
some very tine music. Toward mid
night the ladles began their usual
kitchen program and passed around
a tine assortment of rake and coffee
which all enjoyed. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Maslker, Mr. and
Mrs. Lambson, Mr. and Mrs. Ballou,
Mr. and Mrs. Webster, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Challson, Mr. and Mrs. Erlckson
and son, Alvin; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
son and daughter, Helen; Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Swinney and children. Vin
cent, Ferrantine. LeeRoy and Vada;
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welland and
children, Ruth and Maxlne; Mrs.
Grant Orme and children, Lewis.
Douglas and Katherine; Mrs. Emma
Alford. Mrs. B. A. Stannard and
Mrs. Julia Erlcson.
Louise Flea Is Host to Kiddles
Mrs. C. D. Fies celebrated the
event of her little son, Louise' fifth
anniversary with a charming kiddies'
party at her home at 615 North
Fourth street Tuesday afternoon.
During the afternoon the little folks
were amused with games and toys,
the idea being carried out to repre
sent a circus. Beautiful pink carna
tions and spring flowers were used
for decorations, all harmonizing In
the color scheme of pink and green.
Refreshments were served in the
dlnin? room a huge tfrthrlnv
adorned with five candles being the
centerpiece, rne cake was sent from
Colorado by Louise' grandmother.
Those nresent were! Marian nnhnii
Lucy Cass, Mary Katharine Meade!
.Mary tuen Ingram. Elenor Fies.
Ethel Margaret Thompson, and
Charles and Toulse VannlM rtoi-n.
well Kelly. Walter Flint and Clare
Pavrnws Enjoy Hike
Saturday of last week the mem
bers of Pawnee class of the M. E
teacher, Rev. Melville T. Wire, took
a trip to tne top of Baldv and had
a camp lunch and coffee. Tho greater
partof the day was spent in explor-
JOS. MOSS AGENCY Fire Insur
ance, plate glass liability Iniur
anoe. 204 V Sixth street. tf
lng and climbing with a return in the
The birthdays ot Mrs. E. C. Macy
and Grant Thrasher were celebrated
a few days ago by a gathering of
friends at tho Thrasher home on
Past J street. The hostess, Mrs.
Thrasher, showed her uual versa
tility in the entertainment and re
freshments planned for the evening.
An unusually pleasant time was the
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Nlles enter
tained at dinner Sunday noon at
their country home at the 'River
Banks farm. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde E. Nlles, and Mrs.
Nlles, and Misses Mary Van Kirk,
Wilma Donnell, Alice Horning, Ruth
Corbett, Marjorle Nlles and Messrs.
Hal Selby and O. M. Fobs.
Miss Wilma- Donnell, ot Hood
River, for the past two years a stu
dent at Reed College, was the house
guest of Mrs. C. D. Thompson at
51S North Seventh, and Mrs. Clyde
E. Nlles at River Banks farm for
several days. Miss Donnell left on
Thursday for Stanford university to
take up her college work there.
Mrs. E. T. McKinetry Is enjoying
a visit from her mother. Mrs. M. A.
DeLamater, of Portland, who arrived
Among our new residents are Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Napper, who came
recently from Hoquim, Wash., and
expect to make this city their home.
They are now residing at 661 North
Second street. Other new arrivals
are Mr. and Mrs. Ora Baker, from
Roseburg. They have taken up their
residence at 710 North Sixth street.
Highway Engineer R. L. Shreve Is
anticipating the arrival of Mrs.
Shreve and children from Tillamook
today. They have taken one of the
Carner bungalows for the summer.
FOR SALE Two good Jersey cows
gtvlng milk; a good Sharpies sep
arator, dairy site; also a good
saddle horse, use to tho range,
safe for lady rtdur. Address No..
"651 care Courier. 25
dium valued house and lot In
town, has 50 acres improved land,
with house barn and other good
outbuildings. Iand all cleared
and fenced with Page woven wire,
enclosing growing crops. Address
No. 553 care Courier. 23
only. Apply Joaophlne hotul. 28
rooms for rent cheap; either by
day, week or month. Phone 327-R
or call at 323 C street. It
TEAM 9 and 10 yoars ofd, also har-
ness and wagon tor sale. Sell all
or part. Call 713 North Eighth
or phone 13-L. 28tf
FOR-iBALE-- Rag "carpels! dresser",
brass bed, sewing machine, heat
ing stove, sanitary lounge, large
leatherette chair. 4 rockers, card
table, gas range, wash tub, boiler,
etc., fruit Jars, baby chairs, 19x12
Axmlnlster rug, dishes. Call Mon
day. Minerva P. Holcomb, 619
North Fourth street, Grants Pubs.
11 1 ACRES" ON- ROGUE RIVER,
well Improved, for salo at a bar
gain. Some of tho very best Irri
gated farma In Illinois Valley that
will pay good Interest on your
money. Town property and acre
age for sale by Isaac Rest. 31
April 7, Monday Illustrated lecture
by lrot. Iteod. O. A. C.
April 14, Monday Colonel Leader
speaks In Grants Pass.
Whim you put the cnt out tonight
don't forgot to set the clock ahead
Hulk garden seed at Cramer
FOR SALE 191 R Ford In fine con
dition, MOO, terms. J. II. lion I
son, Bulck agent. ' ?8
FOR SALE 1918 Maxwell, in first
class condition,, guaranteed, $650.
J. H. Denlson. 23
ELECTRIC WIRING" House wiring,
j motors Installed and repaired,
j Phone 243-L. Joe A. Polley. 53
EIIANGIllouseTnd Tot In I,ong
Beach. Cal., for house In Grants
Pass. Address E. E. Blanrhard.
Albert building, phone 236-J. 54
Onion sets at Cramer Bros.
Is the First Simi of Snrinty
A Poor Spring and Perhaps a Poor Mattress
We Have a Sure Cure Good Springs and Good Mattresses
At the Price You Can Afford to Pay
SEE OUR WINDOW
Holman's Furniture Store
No Job Is Too Big
for the little fat tailor; he is measuring thousands
upon thousands of men all over this broad land
You re next
OIK HEST TOXIC
It will act as an aid In conva
lescing from coughs, colds,
bronchitis and similar disor
ders. Enriches the blood and
aids to properly assimilate the
For Sale Only by
Geo. S. Calhoun
003 G Street
Exclusive local dealer
uicR and Dodge
Each the Recognized " Leader of "its Class
Buick Six $1740
F. O. B. Grants Pass, tax included
J. H. DENISON
"See 'Gets-It' Peel
OH This Corn."
Imtm The To u Smooth u the
Faint of Tour Hand.
Ji W"L "ot h "' l"lttis
tb nh, nvr bisJcm your to sore.
iS:l,w0.Aro" ot TOets-If and
prst! the corn-Bain vanish.
Shortly you aa pf th corn rlgkt
off with your linger and there you
are pain-free and happy, with th
toe as smooth and corn-free as your
palm. "Gets-It" Is the only safe
way In the world to treat a corn or
callus. It's the sure way the way
that never falls. It is tried and trua
ued by millions every year. It
. always work. "QeU-It" make cutting-
and diKR-lna- at a corn and fu.
ing- with bandage, salves or any
thing- else entirely unnecessary.
"Oet-It," the guaranteed, money
back corn-remover, theonlvaure way,
coat but a trifle at any dm a; store,
M'f'd by IS. Lawrence & Co.,Cblcago, 111.
Sold In Grants Pass, and recom
mended as the world's best corn
remedy by George C. Sabln.
Helpdoy our own Car Repairing
Now la tho time to have your car looked over and put in
shape for the summer. I have Jtad 14 years Karaite experience
whloh enable me to locate your car trouble and fix It It should
be In the shortcut possible time. A Irlnl will convince you. It you
should want to help mo work on your car I shall be Kind to have
you and It will itlve you a better Idea of how to tnkc rare of It in
the future. Drop In and see me.
E. A. ADAMS
B0 flout h Sixth Street
Adjoining Oxford Hotel
I BUY AND SELL
In order to secure mors room, I have moved my stock of soc-ond-hand
goods to the brick store room, No. 514 South Sixth St.
M.IXWKM I.ATK '17, KOK KAI.K AT flOO
Automobile and ArcciMorles lumtliw Vn("" Farm Imple
ments IUk stock always on luuitl
The Prosperous Man
doesn't liko to take chances on a weak bankliiK Institution. Ills
property has been gained by Judiciously uardln his financial
This batik has en uobrokon record for suc-cma and advancement.
Its strength Is unquestioned. We handle tho accounts of muny of
tho most responslblo firms and Individuals of thU communl'y.
We will appreciate your business. Every customer receives par
ticular attention to his Individual needs.
Our resource are 07n,OMUM and wo ny I xr cent on savlnit
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
More Bell Hops Wanted
L1KK Wllllum Spanton, a young boll-hop at
the I'alace Hotel In San Francisco. This
young man accumulated a Uuuk account of
112,000.00 by forming tho habit dt SAVING his
nickels, dimes and quarters. Why can't you
form the sumo kind of a habit. Open a Savings
Account at this Bank and doposlt your small
change. Save' a nickel, dime or a quurtor every
day. It will surprise you how fast It accumu
lates. We pay 4 per cent Interest, compounded
The Grants Pass Banking Company
Automobiles & Supplies
OF ALL KINDS
Lathe and Plainer Work
Batteries pverhauled and Recharged
Tire and Tube Repairing
Studebafcer & Overland Cars
We will have a display of both lines on the floor in
in a few days
Fashion Garage and Machine Shops
J. F. BURKE & SON