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GRANTS PASS DAILY CXa'RlEll
TIlVItStXAV, JULY 6,.lJtV
Secure As Never Before
We have beou in business for 30 years but at
no time have we felt so secure agaiust sudden
calamity as since becoming members of the Fed
eral Reserve System. It gives us assurance that
we can realize upon a substantial ortion of our
assets at any time.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
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Celebrate tt this year with
all the "pop" you cab muster;
and make It "safe and sane."
Have patriotic muslo the
national anthems, stirring
marches by famous bands,
thrilling songs by noted ar
tists, dances accompanied by
the liveliest dance orchestras.
Tou can hare them all and
many more on the
Stop in and select your Vic
Music and Photo Hocse
507800 G St.
! Hosed the Fourth
, The Battery Shop will be
all day the Fourth A.
Count y Offices CUmed
The courthouse will be deserted
Friday and Saturday, the offices be
ing closed the 4th and 5th, both day
being legal holidays.
Married at Noon
Thomas Delaney and Vivian Edna
Horton were united In maj-rtage to
day at noon at the M. E. parsonage
by Rer. .Melville T. Wire. The brlite
and groom expect to take tip their
residence at Wolf Creek.
All kinds of Commercial Printing
at the Courier Office.
EGGS WANTED Highest cash
paid for fresh eggs. Moore Bak
ing Co. 98tf
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fmmammii. cm ncdrt f priu. Sl.SO fach!
Levi Strauu & Co, Saa Francisco
SEE O. J. KNXPS Taxi for trips to
Ashland 3-4-5. Stand at "Stag"
Cigar Store. Phone 183-J. Res
idence phone 149-T. 09
LOST Iron auto Jack handle. Fin
der please leave at Courier office.
Commissioner 'MoFactdtm left ' last
night on a trip to Roseburg.1
H, W. Dahlberg went to Rose
burg this morning.
Marshmallow Whip at Pardee's. IT
Mr. and Mrs. W. (A. (Newell arriv
ed lat night from HIR to visit with
Fed oral tires 5 ply fabric heavy
7000 guarantee we adjust
30x3 4 $83.80. Hobart. 13
C. K. OlaTk arrived this morning
from Mareola to spend the Fourth at
Mr. and Aire. K. M. Samnis. of
Gold Hill, are In the city for a few
Mrs. A. W. Moon and Mrs. E. t..
Moon and daughter went to Med
ford this' morning for the day
White Une Taxi. G. P. Hotel. 14
.Miss Virginia Gibbons, of Reno,
Nev., arrived this morning and will
be the guest of 'Miss Catharine
Clemens for several weeks.
Miss Carol Canby, Junior In Po
mona college, arrived this morning
from San Fernando, Cal., and will
i spend the summer with her nncle
I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Canby.
Federal tires 5 ply fabrio heavy
7000 guarantee we adjust
30x3 4 12. 80. Hobart. 13
George A. Kenner, recently dis
charged, who visited his mother.
Mrs. if. Kenner. left this morning
for Bakersfleld, Cal., to resume his
old position In the oil fields.
".De Miracle." Sabln has It. 39
Mrs. Harold Scott McCaughey, who
spent the past three weeks with her
daughter. Mrs. Geo. M. Esterly. at
the Waldo mine, left last night re
turning to her home at Seattle.
Federal tires 5 ply fabric beavy
7000 guarantee we adjust. 1
30x3 4 322.80. Hobart. 13
Mrs.. I. S. WilHams, of Central
Point, and "Mrs. S. Ross, of Portland,
mother and sister of Mrs. Fred Ro
per, who bave been visiting here, left
this morning for Portland.
Chicken JHnner ..
At the Palace Hotel, July 4th. 09
No (Ymrler Tomorrow
There will be no Dally Courier
published the Fourth.
The City Meat Market
Will be closed the Fourth.
Mm, Harriott Improv
The many friends of Mrs. Thomas
llerrlott who had been so seriously
111 at the Sacred Heart hospital, will
be 'plxuscd to know she Is well
enough to be moved to the home of
Ed 'llerrlott on Pine Street. Med ford
Moore I laker)
Open tomorrow. Plenty of fresh
bread, butter and milk. 09
(Vlelirntlnic (Kith Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. an Ness, parents of
Mrs. Win. Steffen, all former reel
denia of Grunts !Piue. are today cele
brating the 65th anniversary of tholr
mtCrrlage at Oifklnnd. Cal,, their
present home. '
Hanks titled Saturday
Iu accordance with the naming of
July 5 as 'a legal holiday by the gov
ernor the banks of the city will re
main closed from tonight until Mon
day morning. ,
The Jehlne Hotel
Will close the dining
one day only, July 4th.
Hull Calf, Jersey, Register of merit dam
Young stock Jerseys and Berkshire generally for sale
Also 1914 Harley-Davidson for sale.
R. M. C. NEILL
K. F. D. 2
ASK. any Firestone Truck
Tire user in this city
about his experience with
them. Askhimabout the kind
of service he gets from our tire
press, our other tire machin
ery and our men. You'll
get the reasons, straight from
the shoulder, why oyer half
the truck tonnage of Amer
ica is carried on Firestone
And when you put Firestone
Truck Tires on your truck
you'll find that it runs faster
with safety, wears less and
keeps moving on less gasoline.
lt us prove these things.
Southern Oregon uie Married
Miss lluzel .Dalzell. or Ashland,
ajid V. 3. Spurlin, formerly of Grants
IVss were united In mar
riage at Stockton. Cal., (Monday,
June 28. and spent their honey
moon In Sun (Francisco. Mr. and
Mrs. Sparlln will make Stockton
their future home, he being In the
employ of the II. C. White foundry
company of thul city.
Waldorf Hall Saturday night. 10
Old lUtdoVrntM Pass Through
Captain K. B. Brown, wire and
daughter, and Lieutenant Royal
Brown and wife, former residents of
Grants Pas, were northbound pas
sengers last night returning to Port
land. The captain and lieutenant,
and the tattler's French wife, are Just
returning from 18 months In France.
The captain's wife and daughter met
them In "New York.
Excursion Kates to Coast
Grants Pass to Crescent City, by
easy riding cars, for $7.50. Grants
Pass and Crescent City Stage com
pany. Phone 26. 74.tr
Oakland Farmer Injured
Ed Settle, the well known Oak
land farmer, was aufcte nrlonlv in.
Jured late Tuesday evening when he
suffered severe cuts on both " legs
when the (horses attached to the
mflVAV uHlk arhli.t. A. - , .
... xuiiii it,, pun wonting
started to run. 'Mr. Sotfte bad start
ed it he work of mowing a field of
vetch and after cutting for some
time found that the machine hud ,1ip.
come fouled and while he was in the
act or clearing it the horses started
forward. The blades of the mower
severed the flesh cords and big (bone
In he fight leg, opening arteries and
veins and brea1nir the ama.li h,..
The left leg was deeply cut and bad-
y lacerated, the cords and arteries
being severed. Roseburg News.
The highway on the south side of
the river to tihe town of Rogue iRIver
Is Closed bv order nt Id. .
and the ihlgbway commission. Pav,
n in unaer way and It is Impossible
to get through. Violators Trill be
iTt;iiiea ror trespass nir
Vor Rheumatism, and Uric Add
An agreeable effervescent lax.'
atlve and diuretic, specially
prepared for the relief of
stomach, liver and Intestinal
disorders; and as an aid In the
treatment of rheumatic, gouty
and uric acid ailments.
85c, 65c and 91.25
Women's Summer Weight Union
Suits, also Knit Pants and -Sleeveless
MRS. E. REHKOPF
Nationally known as the creator of Unit siier.
quality In tal luring Hint Invllea the iicitn
Geo. S. Calhoun
Nee the line of
New Porch RocKers
in our Window. They are going faat berauae the PIUCKS are
Holman's Furniture Store
60S G street, opposite Band Stand
"Under The Top".
The greatest acrobat In the world In a ph tore packed with action
Also Views of Crater Lake
F11IIAV and SATUUMY
Shirley Mason in 'The Winning Girl"
A FIAG OOMHlir
"ONE EVERY MlNUTEn
SUNDAY and MONDAY
"Good Gracious Annabel"
"The Hell Hole of Kileuae"
The Prizma picture A natural colored scenlo