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GIUliTS PASS UAILY COCKIER
HATl ltlAY, AI'tU HT U, 1 U 1 0.
THE WOMEN'S BANK
' flTo matrons who desire a household ac
count a place to keep their money, we
urge that they t ome to this hank where
safety and accuracy are permanent.
H Wheu you have a tidy sum saved we will
advise as to invest incut. Tins is a service .
we cheerfully render our atrons.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
When Friends lropa in
entertain them with the music
There's always fresh inter
est In Victor Records of the
world's masterpieces, sting
played by the world's greatest
artists; in the latest popular
songs; and the newest dance
There are no "embarassing
moments" when you entertain
with the Victrola.
Music and Photo House
507 509 G St.
W ANTED Log-cutters. Fine tim
ber. $1.25 ier thousand feet.
Steady job. Edgerton & Adams
Lumber Co. 34tr
iOS. M0S3 AGENCY -Fire
ance. plate glass liability
ance. 204 4 Sixth street.
! FOR SAht Must sell at once, one
Shetland pony, with harness. "Well
broke for riding or driving. Mrs.
H. K. Cordon, phone 609-F-4. 35
WANTED Two weaned calves. Al
onzo Jones. I'houe 603-F-21.' 35
FOR SAUK Mortorcycle Prest-O-
Lite tank, including large lamp
muu urai-Rets ror eitner tront or
rear. All for IS if taken soon.
Inquire of Fred Costaln, 806 Weal
I street. 35
GOOD PIANO for sale cheap.
Excursion Kates to Coast
Grants Pass to Crescent City, by
easy riding cars, for 17.50. Grants
Pass and Crescent City Stage com
pany. Phone 26. 7tf
Fruit-strainers at Crazier Bros.
Bdgar Firth returned last nltrht
from trip to Portland.
Simmon's guaranteed steel
Economy Jars at Cramer Uroa. 34
Sol Stone left last night for Port
land and wHl spend several weeks
with his brother.
Jelly glasses at Cramer Pros. 34
The family of S. W. Swan, who Is
looking after mining Interests in the
Jump-off-Joe creek secUon. arrived
here yesterday for on outing.
Wtllard storage battery service
station. 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
Perfection oil stoves for canning
and preserving at Cramer Bros. 34
I. U Long, vice president of the
Frank L. Doe Lumber company of
San Francisco, stopped off here last
nlsrht to confer with I. A. Itoblc.
For the children, there are Sam-E-Kars.
Velocipedes. Coaster wagons
and Hondo Toddlers at Helmer's. 34
Poultry tonic at Cramer Pros. 34
Misaes Harriet and Emma Telford
returned last night from Klamath
Falls, where they spent several
weeks with relatives.
Give your cow a restfi day with
Fly Knocker sold by Cramer Pros.
Mr. and Mrs. Geore H. Smith
have returned from Portland and
are in their homo, corner Seventh
and B streets.
Wlllard storage battery service
station. 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
Baby Ko-ral (Baby yards) Oregon
made, sold by only one good store
in each city. Enamel and stain fin
ish at Helmer's. 34
Miss Velma Everton returned
home this afternoon from Portland.
Woodbnrn and Eugene, where she
Mrs. Lucy A. MnColm. of (Mendale.
Is visiting frluuds here.
Mis Aft lev Pool went to iMedford
this afternoon to spend a few days.
Heavy Mason rubbers, 1P; doren
at Vramer Uros. 34
1). J. Seaman, of the Merliu sec
tion, whs in the city today on bus
iness. H. A. Corless returned home this
afternoon from Comstock, where he
spent several weeks.
Miss Vivian Isham went o Wil
bur this morning to spend a few
days with relatives.
Miss Irene Eddy arrived here to
day from Tacoma to spend her ra
cation. Miss Eddy is taking a nurses
training course In the St. Joseph's
Waldorf hall Saturday night.
lh 4'lcimtit to Attend Mn'llnjf
Or. and Mrs. U O. Clement will
leave tomorrow mornlug- for San
Francisco, where the doctor will at.
tend the Pacific Coast Otlialmologl
cat so.iety. They expect to roturn
Marshal Serving .Hi.i)mm-iihc
I'nlted States Murshal Geo. Muss
was in the city yesterday and served
subpoennca on County Clerk Conurn
and Former Sheriff Will Smith, lie
also served on Judge Calkins. Their
appearance in Portland Is required
on matters pertaining to the Alineda
mine suit, now In the federal court.
(irmp Service Held Friday
A short grave service was conduct
ed yesterday afternoon by Hev. Chas.
R. Drake, t Granite Hill cemetery
over the remains
To The Motoring Public
We wish to announce that we have opened up a new
and up-to-date shop and invite everybody to come and
look It over. We have the best equipment on the mar
ket, have air that is free from all oil and water and
Is on top at all hours under the shade or the old fir
tree. You are welcome to use what you want.
Our oils and greases are the best money can buv, and
are sold under a money back guarantee. We have a
sen-ice battery to fit any car. And if your electri
system is out of order we have the tablet for it. Jazz
for the lotteries we have it stored in large quantities.
Votir for Service
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t hup .iiuii 11 i4tiii 1 1 rririo ail vm- llnnAi. t .,
. ............ Wm 1 1, una uieu juiy 17,
at the county home. Chas. E. Phln
ney. a son. of WajKjto. Wash., was
the only member of the family present.
mer Bros. 34
R. T. Jarolw arrived this afternoon
from Portland and will assist In the
special meetings 1elng conducted by
District Superintendent Fenton at
Williams. Mr. Jacobs Is a shiner.
! Regular Mason Jars at Cramer
J F. F. Grove came in yesterday
I from Grave Creek, where he Is work-
Ing for the 'Warren , Construction
j company alid will spend a few days
at home. He had the misfortune to
severely burn fits right hand with
I hot asphalt.
John C. Van Pelt, of Harbor, Ore.,
arrived here this afternoon, after a
I year's service overseas In the medi
cal corps. He served in three re
placement units and had plenty of
advance sector experience.
"Three Flower" Perfume. Sablu
Preserving kettles In large 'sizes
at Cramer Bros. - 34
j Mrs. Clyde Martin left thfs morn
ing for 'Portland to visit relatives
;and friends, air. Martin will Join
;her next week. On the train Mrs.
Martin met her brother-in-law, R.
j Boyd Young, of Port Simpson, B. C,
who spent some weeks at Richardson
Springs, and is now returning home.
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l'nlHi Sunday Evening Service
The union church services will
continue on the Central school lawn
tomorrow night. Chas. It. Drake
will swk on the subject. "The
Church Member of Today." Follow.;
Ing is the schedule for the coming
Sunday evenings in August: August
10, C. M. Cllne; August 17, i.Melvllle
T. Wire; August '24, Henry . Han
son: August 31. C. M. Cllne
Picture Mill Open
After a -week's vacation The Pic-;
ture Mill will again be open for bus-!
Iness Monday, 'August 4. Sittings!
during August will be made dally1
(except Sundays) between the hours
of 10 a. in. and 3 p. m. Other hours
and Sunday sittings hy appointment
only. Phone, residence 14 0-J. 34 1
The birthdays of Mrs. Andy Mc
Carthy and Alonzo Jones were cele
brated yesterday, when a picnic din
ner was frlven for them by Mrs. Fred
Roper and iMrs. Jones af Riverside
park. The good oats vanished rapid
ly under the consolidated attentions
of the group. Beside Mrs. McCarthy
and Mr. Jones, there were present
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roper. Mrs. Alon
zo Jones and Mr. McCarthy.
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Friday evening a Jolly crowd of
Murphy people congregated ai the
park In honor ,of Whee.'er Osborn
and wife. Mr. pborn has Just re
turned from 1 8 months overseas ser
vice with the 28th engineers. He
was a very populur young man of
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their well filled lunch baskets. Af
ter the races a plente aupper was
spread and every one did justice to
the bountiful feast.
The lamllles presjmt were, Mr. and
Mrs. Wheeler Osborn (honored
guests), Mother and Dad Osborn,
Mrs.iA. U: Carson, Ijou Carson, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Gilmore, "Mr. and
Mrs. II.. M. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs.J
H. Gllinorn, (.Mother 'Clllmore, -Mr.
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had enjoyed a very (ilenshnt evening