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V GRANT PASS UAy Tt DAVVJIlA- I,,il9,
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The Bank You Choose
should be able in case of need to, draw ' upon the '
massed reserves of the nation. . 1
We are enabled to do so by rediscounting with !
the-Federal Keserve Bank and are thus in a position?
thoroughly to safeguard the interests of our custo
mers. ' v .
THE FIRST NATIONSBANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
! BROWNIE No. 0
County Agent C. D.' Thompson,-In
charge of the government- thermo-
meter in this city, states that Ihe
I mercury ran up to 10$ yeserday at
Iternoon. Old Sol is stilt stirring the
i fire today and there is little moder
I ation from yesterday. .
Little and cheat) but,
This wonderful little box
camera, takes 'pictures 1i2H -inches.
So clear and sharp
that excellent enlargements
can ibe made" from them.
-- for 10c we will develop your ,
oil of . films., which has S ex
posures, end for 3c a print we
print your pictures.
Stanton Ro well
Music and Photo House
507 509 G St
Taken to Solent
Frank Lansenderfer, the young
man brought to this city from Mer
lin a' few days ago, was taken to the
state asylum this morning by an at-
! tendant from that institution. Lan-
;senderfer at first objected to going,
.but when Sheriff Lewis told him it
J was for the best, he readily consent
! ed.' His home is in San Francisco
.. Twenty-five. cents, worth of. ice
; cream and cake and a good time for
, each at. the. Presbyterian lawn social
j tomorrow night, corner Second and
; B street. IS
. 'New Oregonian Boy y -
Arthur Brown, Southern Oregon
- representative for the Oregonian and
located at 'Bedford, is spending the
' week in Grants Pass. He bas ap-
pointed 'Gail Swinden to take charge
' of the local distribution of the Ore-
gonian in the place of Floyd Parsons,
who has accepted a position with
Kinney ft Truax.
- A good assortment
" Buy the '
A pore gam Kap, one that will
last all season
SPECIAL BO Cents '
Sls Drugs and Books
th $&xal& Hum
Forest Firfl Anderson IM-trict .
u forest fire 'which may grow to
serious proportions started early
Monday afternoon In the Anderson
creek district from a sawmill. The
fire, starting on the mountain side,
spread rapidly and soon was fast
rolling to the top of the mountain.
The fire is outside the boundaries
of the Crater National forest, but Is
tn the state fire patrol association
territory. Medford Tribune.
, ,U & iMoirUou. of LeUutd. wa in
the city1 yesterday.
Miss Kula Fox went to Asliltuid
this morning to visit tor a time.
"Forhan's For the Outns." Sitbln
Wilford Allen arrived lat ntsiht
from Salem and will be tn Grants
Pass Indefinitely. Mr. Allen has not
as yet fully decided upon his future.
Airs. Cora Smith and daughter.
Mrs. C E. Stevens, and 'bafcy, re
turned this morning from a visit at
Ton appreciate Ice cream on a hot
day remember the lawn social at
the A. R. Voorhtoa 'home tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wsbrow and
son, Edwin, and 'Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur WIMe returned last night from
a trip to Crater "take.
Wlllard storage battery service
station, 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
J. C. Warner and family and Mrs.
N'ystron, of Myrtle Point, have fceen
guests at the A. O. (Hood family. Mrs.
Nystrom and Miss Warner left this
morning for drldley, Cal.
Wlllard storage battery service
station, 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
D. O. Duryea and family, who
pent the past six weeks with the
O. A. Bradford family, left this
morning for their home at St. James,
Minn. They return via. California,
stopping off at several points.
Sterling Mazda lamps at Cramer
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Feidel and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ackelbert. of
Chicago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Hoffman for several days.
They will later go to Camp Chicago
to spend their vacation. lr. Feidel
and Mr. Ackelbert are heavily inter
ested In the "Del Norte Mining com
Enjoy yourself tomorrow night
with. Ire cream and cake In a cool
place the A. E. Voorhles lawn. Sec
ond and iB streets. is
MU IawIs Improv
Mies tola Lewis, daughter of
Sheriff George Lewis, Ik reported
much Improved in health today atler
suffering several weeks from a nerv
Attending lrol) tery
Itev. aienry O. Hanson, pastor of
Bothany Presbyterian church, went
to .Eugene lt nlht to attend the
annual meeting of S'resbytory. lie
exports to return on Thursday the
Fxcnrslon Hates to Count
. Grants Tass to Crescent City, by
eaoy riding cars, tor 17.50. Grants
Pass and Crescent City Stag com-
rt'any. Phone itt. tut
CommlNMlou Will Investigate
Says the Medford Tribune: "The
war minerals relief commlrislon will
arrive here on Sunday night, July
27th, and will ibegln its bearings in
the court room of the federal build
ing. Monday, July 2S. at 10 a.m.
Itmrre Vacated- '
The decree of divorce granted to
Mrs. Margaret Bratton , several
weeks ago was "vacated" and the
decree dismissed and the parties re
stored to their original relation, as
husband and wife Monday afternoon
ny order or Judge F. M. Calkins.
I .and Kakm
What a time wo'll have
Murphy dance July 26.
Selma Couple Wl
A mnrrluge license was Issued this
morning at the -onnty clerk's office.
tO Edward T) Ullla.a An4 74llt. V
.... v. h.iu "UI1UU 1 ,
Tolin, 'both of Solma. They were
united in marriage this afternoon by
Judge C. 3. Gillette.
Here From Chicago
Horace Wing and 'Attorney Mor
ton, of Chicago, were in the city yes
terday. Mr. Wing bas been a mem
ber of the board of trustees at Chi
cago for 39 years. 'They are here
looking after the estate of Robert
Prinffle, who died at Los Angeles
about four months ago and whose
j holdings included the "Old Chan
I nor; mine in the Gallce district. They
visited the mine yesterday, accom
; panied by C. A. Stdler of this Mty.
;July 16, Wednesday ke (ream so-
cial by ladies Presbyterian churph
j .Ja;tt al-xAlVporhies.home.
'. corner Second. and B street.
Aug. 11-29 Josephine county
i teachers' training school.
jAug. 23, Saturday Civil service ex
( aminatlon for postoffice clerk-carrier
postponed from July 12.
You Want To Go
WE'LL TRY TO BE THERE
PALACE TAXI COMPANY
Wyatt & Cutler Jitney Luke,
, TONIGHT ONLY
IUI1 The Builder
Has come to nay a' weeklv visit to
.the people of Grants Pass and vicin
ity. He is here with a message ami
the Grants Pase tombet Comnnnr
haa engaged him to toll that message
to you. Bill Is a tullder of the old
school; he knows what he Is talking
about, and his homely phrasing will
drive his points home. Give Bill the
glad hand, read his suggestions and
see if they will be of use to you.
I'mler tho Ijocunt Tree
At Second and .B streets Ice cream
and cake will ibe served by ladles of
the Presbyterian church. Von will
enjoy It. n
Two Accident In DouglaH
Two more auto accldenta occurrod
in uougias county yesterday near
Uosolmrg. Three "Roseburg peiple.
M. A. Ketten, T. T. Oar and Jack
Hayes.'were Injured when their auto
was crowded off the grade at Shady
Point by a Franklin-car driven bv I.
Bachler of Seattle. The other acci
dent occurred at Roberts Mountain,
when a car containing two men and
three frtrls from Roseburg backed
over the grade and overturned. No
one was hurt
On the program will be special
selections by the orchestra- for the
lawn social given by the Indies o'
Bethany Presbyterian church Wed
nesday evening. Be sure and come.
no "hoes" in it
Red Crown's uniform '
chain of boiling points
gives easy starting,
quick and smooth ac
celeration, rugh power, ,
long mileage. Mix
tures have "holes" in
the power chain. Look
for the Red Crown
sign before you filL
8TAHOARD OIL COKPAMT '
C. D. Fies, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Grants Pass
The Delineator, published hy the Iiut
terick Publishing Co., is the most authentic
of all style magazines. You should have it
in your home. ' ' ,
It describes for you the newest fashions
it gives you interesting articles about
your hofne it has good fiction and it .keeps
you in touch with all that is going on of in
terest to women.
A representative of the.Butterick Pub
lishing Co. is now with us, and for the per
iod of her stay, we will take new subscrip
tions (or renew old ones), at a greatly re
Call at our pattern counter at once if you
wish to avail yourself of this offer, for it is
made for a limited time.' , ,
. GOLDEN RULE STORE
Women's Summer "Weight Uhioni
Suits; also Knit Pants and
MRS. E. REHKOPF
Aro the "(VMiieAuln" Kind
They r clothe tailored to order by
GEO S. CALHOUN
tUtH Q Street Fifteen year local agent
WHO SAID THERE WERE NO FEATHER
PILLOWS IN TOWN?
yr have a nice lino- in stock. Some vcrv nice ones
and some cheaper ones. Qualitv, according to what
you want to pay.
We have just received more of those high grade mat
tresses and springs. Conic in and see them for we
know our prices are right.
Holman's Furniture Store
605 O street, opposite Hand Stand
Anywhere- Why Sure
I'll be there
C. E. Gillcison
Old Doc YackC
We specialize in diseases of Woman,
the Stomach and Nutritional Disordeis
yes this is 308-J
We can repair your furnace
and cut down your
Now is the time to look over
your gutters and repair
See Dedrick at the
Tetherow Sheet Metal Works