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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
' MO.VDAV, JI NK 0, l&IO.
Better Than Burglar Alarms
It is only the man who ""keeps money la the
house" that invites the visit of the "yegg." No burg
lar will risk Ufa and liberty by entering house where
the owner U known at a "pay by check man."
'Hits bank will take care of your money, pay your
bills, and keep your cash account.
It is the only safe, convenient way. We solicit
your account, no matter how small. Many of our
heaviest accounts began in a very humble way.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF S0UTHERN;0REG0N
1 - . 'i i i
A WHOLE LINE
JUST COME IN
all styles and sizes come
in and see them
Music and Photo House
507 G street
FOR SALE White Rotary sewing
machine, Mission 6tyle, almost
new. 'Cost $90, will sell for $50
It taken at once. Elsie Knox, Mur
phy, Oregon, or call Provolt Cen
The county treasurer has called In
for payment all of the outstanding
courthouse warrants and in conse
quence, the new courthouse, which
was built at a cost of $107,832.26,
is at last paid tor. In addition to
the cost of the building, the sum of
$1,932.49 was paid as interest, mak-
I ins a total cost of $109,744.75
The new courthouse, which is of
Class A type, js one of the best In
I the state, and was designed by E.
; E. McClaran, of Portland, Oregon,
' the main contractors 'being J. M.
i Do u fran Company of Portland, Ore-
gon. and W. R. Rannie of this city.
County Clerk E. '1.. Cob urn has
: furnished the Courier with an item
ized statement of the costs of the
' various units of the above building,
which Is as follows:
;J. M. Don gal, general
j contract $
;W. R. Rannie, plumbing
,. and heating
E B .McClaran, architect
M J Walsh Co., electrical
Kilham Stationary &
S. 366. 20
PIANO TCNIXG Geo. W. Cross of
Medford win he In Grants Pass
until Wednesday. Those wishing
pianos tuned kindly leave word at
Rc well's Music Store, phone 126-J.
WANTED A young calf. Phone
Cil41 4 Vi i TT II. an
woi uuiui nsning roa Between
Murphy and Williams. Finder
please leave at Courier office and
claim reward. g$
MAN WANTED See Daniel McFar-
FOR SA&E--Alfalfa hay in the Held
or will deUver; 1 miles from
; town, at. F. j). No 2, Con Shaefers.
1 ' ' 88
Printing Co., furniture
Busbon & Company,
steel futures . 2,678.87
Xicolal - Neppach C o.,
benches i 638.75
Western iBlind & Screen
I Co., blinds 553.16
Cork Floor roducts Co.,
! linoleum . 579.F0
P. W. iHershberger, mov
ing old building 578.50
'F O Wilcox, labor 75.50
:H. C. Hall, furniture 50.00
lFred Medhart Co., lock-
I ers - 43.34
,E. L. Coburn, freight
' and dray age on lock-
! ers and blinds, $35.30,
I putting up blinds, $15 49.30
! Oregon Cement, Sewer
I Pipe & Tile Co., pipe
and cement .. 34.86
,Wm. Ii. Schroeder, labor 24.00
' J. AV. Hodln, painting .... ' 10.00
iWinfred Bocock, labor 6.00
Total .-. $107,822.26
Horse Shoeing and General
Wood repairing on all kinds of
lwve one of the best of horse
shoers that the conn try af.
315 South 6th St.
TREASURER'S FINAL CALL
FOB. COURT HOUSE WARKAXTS
All Josephine county court house
warrants are hereby called for pay
! ment and are payable at the treas
urer's office on or after June 6th,
1 1919 Interest ceasing on this date.
(Dated) Grants Pass, Oregon, June
GEO. S. CALHOUN,
County Treasurer of Josephine
County, Oregon. 88
F.nvirr nt the Co .Her Office.
Rubber Nozzle Comb
Switch at end of handle
Set of special tools for
cleaning walls, draperies,
Sold on easy payments
Take one out on trial
Rogue River Hardware Company
Arthur Cramer returned this
morning from the O. A. C and will
spend the summer vacation at home.
Goodrich Fabrlo Tires, 6,000 mile
guarantee. Oldlng's Garage. . 88
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Clark, of
Glendale, are business visitors In the
"Day Dream" Face Towder. Sabln
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Townsend ) and
Norman Kendall returned yesterday
from a visit at Crescent City.
Let little old Hydrometer make
an X-Ray of your battery. It may
save an operation. Little Ampere
at the Battery Shop. 89
Mr. and Mrs. John Sauer have
gone to Portland for a visit Mr.
Sauer wll return during t the week
but Mrs. Saner will remain two
Timken Bearings for front wheels
of Ford and Chevrolet cars, $7 per
set. Oldlng's Garage. 88
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sabln and Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. B ram well were at
Medford this morning to see the air
planes. Six planes made the stop at
Medford, remaining there more than
Goodrich Fabric Tires, 6,000 mile
guarantee. Olding's Garage. 88
Timken Bearings for front wheels
of Fiord and Chevrolet cars, $7 per
set. Olding's Oarage. 88
Rev. L. Myron Boozer, of Med
ford, spent the afternoon here and
leaves tonight for Portland with the
body of Mrs. R. K. Roas. Mr. Boo
xer will give the graduating address
Albany college Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. George ill. Parker
left Saturday for Portland to spend
the summer. They wore accom
panied by their daughters. Misses
Augusta and Gertrude 'Parker, teach-i
ers at Klamath Falls. They wiU all
go to Klamath Falls at the opening
of school to remain.
ArNeniUe of Lyd
Sulphur and Black Leaf 40, tor
spraying. Sabln the Druggist has
these In large and small packages. 88
.Mb Clemens Wlua Swim
The Seattle "P. 1." prints the fol
lowing: 'The swimming events were
the most popular of the afternoon.
About 10 girls entered the women's
free-for-all 100-yard plunge, Miss
Catherine Clemens finishing first.
The event was the water sports stag
ed in the I-ake Washington canal In
connection with the Junior Day fes
tivities at the University of Washington.
Superintendent J. W. Herrian re
ceived 200,000 rainbow trout eggs
last week for the Butte Falls hatch
ery sun the Medford Tribune. This
makes 46o,0O0'eggs received so far
this year. No steelhesd eggs have
been received as yet. Mr. Berrlan
says he can handle double the
amount received. The 200,000 cut
throat eggs previously received were
hatched and the 'babies are feeding.
New House Aptfons
All colors in Ginghams and Percale
MRS. E. REHKOPF
Excursion llntcs to (VnM
Grants Pass to Crescent City,1- by
easy riding cars, for $7.50. Grants
Pass and Crescent City Stnite com
pany. T'hone 26. 74tf
Give Heed to this Message
FOURTH OK JULY WILL MM IlK lli:ilK
HAVE YOU OltDEKED THAT HI MM Kit Ml IT
Geo. S. Calhoun
03 (1 Ntreet Exclusive local dealer
WHAT IS BASEBALL
The interest in the games of the
Twilight league has grown steadily
from the 'beginning of the season.
The one particular that is sometimes
tacking Is that of support from the
spectators in the way of rooting.
When, for instance, Guy Knapp and
Frank Mash-burn fail to pull for the
Merchants; or when the Mechanics
do not hear the encouragements of
Bill Hays and .Ben Collins; or when
Doc Walker, and Judge Hoi man do
not implore the Professions for that
"111' old ibase hit," then their respec
tive teams have not the pep that
they should show. President Bram-
well, of the Chamber of Commerce,
has been appointed cheer-leader for
the Merchants; Agent J. M. Isham,
for the Meohanics, and Banker Sam
Baker for the Professionals.
The schedule for the remainder
of the season is as follows:
June 10, Merchants vs. Profes
sionals. June 13, Mechanics vs. Profes
sionals. June 17, Mechanics vs. Merchants.
June 20, Professionals vs. Mer
chants. Jube 24, Professionals vs. Mechanics.
June 10, Tuesday evening Silver
social at Christian Church parlors.
A good live program. "Good Eats."
June 12-13, Thursday-Friday
Eighth grade state examinations.
June 25-28, Wednesday-Saturday
Judge F. M. Calkins arrived here
from "Medford this morning and is
holding court today.
Vanish if you use
REXALL FOOT POWDER
sprinkled in the shoe absorbs
perspiration leaving the foot
cool and free from all pain, 25c
8AXIPED8 FOOT BATH
. Tablets used in a foot bath at
night relieve tired burning
Rexall Corn Solvent An effi
cient remedy for corns, cal.
, louses and honey skin 25c,
Elks' Unlxe rowing
The Elks lodge Initiated 11 can-!
dldates last night and voted favor-'
ably on 45 applications tor member
ship., This makes about 150 candi
dates to be initiated at the big meet-;
Ing on Friday, June 20th, beginning
at 4 p. in. In all since the drive was
begun In April for new members, 175
candidates were obtained. Medford '
Currier Girl Itun Down-
Nellie Hood, one of the Courier:
carriers, was run down by an auto- i
mobile Saturday afternoon and
knocked off her wheel but not ser
iously injured. She was riding her
wheel along Sixth street near the
Claus Schmidt corner when Chester .
York of Murphy drove around the
corner from I street onto Sixth. The
side of the car struck the bicycle,
throwing the girl and the rear auto
wheel passed over her foot. Fortun
ately there were 'bruises only.
The All-Fuel Colonial Range
IS A PERFECT RANGE '
Hunts Cunl or Wood Kmhi Kitchen Warm iu Wln'W
Burns Gns Keeps Kitchen Cool In bummer
The "All-Fuel" Colonial will put to rout all the unpleasant
things in .cooking. l'8K8 OAS IN, SUMMER -keeps the kltuhnn
temperature down. Without a single change burns coal or wood In
winter keeps the temperature up. These are the conditions that
count most In cooking.
The oven on the "All-Fuel" Colonial is absolutely non-explosive,
the Gas being turned on or off outside of the rango. Oven door
must be open to light the Gas. A safe lo'.k prevents gas being tam
ed on accldently, or by children playing around the range.
The "All-Fuel" Colonial la built to last a life tin The bodv
Is made of highest grado oast -Iron Till renstruci on is of vkal
I in .k rutice.
In turning Gas there Is a nioUture which forms and has a very
disastrous effect on steel. The "All-Fuel" Is fitted with i'actrio Coast
firebox Tor coal or wood wide or shallow. Fitted with Duple-:
Reversable Grates. The Go iBurners and drip pans are remove
able for cleaning, assuring you a sanitary range at all times.
NOTICE We take your old stove or range In exchange on one
of thee "NEW AM.-FUEL RANGES" and allow you all It is worth.
Holman's Furniture Store
6U5 O street, opposite Band Stand
Attorney Not Necwwnry ;
A. H. Gunnell of this city has re-.
coived a letter from John V. Sha-I
froth, of the war minerals relief '
commission, in regard as to whether'
It is necessary for chrome men to;
employ an attorney to look after.
their interests with that commission.'
Mr. Shafroth says eanb claimant is1
entitled to a public hearing and that;
If he wishes to submit additional j
testimony aside from his question-1
nalre he may do so, either In iierson!
or 'by attorney. The matter of an
attorney is one for the claimant hlm-j
self to determine.
Are We Dead? I
Th Klamath Full ) .Herald says: ,
Harry Richardson has returned from 1
a ifew days visit In Grants Pass and
he comes back home a greater "boos
ter for Klamath Falls than ever he-'
fore. "Is it lively over there-" he
countered to a query, "Iord, man, it
is deader than a mackerel. There Is
more business done In one store In
Klamath Falls than in all of them In !
Grants Pass. This city has more life,
and pep, and business, and metropol
itan get-np-an-get to It In a minute
than they have over there In a
month. "And this is not said In de
rogation to Grants Pass. It Is a
beautiful city, fine homos, magnifi
cent lawns, ibeautiful flowers, splen
did streets and all that but no
money, no life, no business. "
mivij lUb tread $10 fM
80x3 1Kb tread - S13.23
32t:l Itlli trend $11.80
G. L. HOBART CO.
there wliich he says assays $16 per
ton in gold besides other minerals
of value. Ilosoburg (Review.
IXMith of Mrs. R. K. lUms
Mrs. R. K. .Ross died at the family
home near Grants Pass lata Saturday
afternoon after an illness extending
over several weeks. The funeral was
hold at the Presbyterian church this
aftornoon, Rev. L. Myron Booser
conducting the service. The body
will be taken to Portland tonight
Miss Peterson Entertained
Miss Mable 'Peterson was enter
tained with a pleasant surprise Riv
en her toy a host of young friends on
the evening of June 5th, at her home
In honor of her 16th birthday.
Games, music and dancing passed a
pleasant evening. A midnight lunch
'being served hy Mrs. James Peter-j
son, irrie jiyan, v. Peterson and
P. S. Peterson, consisting of Ice
cream, cake and candy. Those pres
ent were; iMIssea Marlon Sauer, Lola
Wilhelm, Phlllipino Sauer, Nola WI1
helm, Pauline Peterson, Matole Peter
son, and Messrs. Stanley Ogden,
'Harry Neely, George Witters, Wesley
Egger, Hubert Hoxte, Floyd Anderr
the PinR Roses"
A Bl'RTON HOLMKH
THE LTTEHAUV DKJK8T
Are Developing Mine
F. M. .Cannon, a former Roseburg
resident, arrived here yesterday from
the Applegate mining district south
of Grants iPass. With two other men
he Is developing an 184oot ledge
WEDNESDAY and THVIWDAY
THE BIG WILLIAM A. BRADY SPECIAL
From Louise M. Al cult's famous story.
The cry for better iiictures, for real stories true to life
has been answered In this iroduotion.
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