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GRANTS r.tSS DAILY COURIER
TOItEH 7, 1010
"In Union There Is Strength"
The principle applies quite as much to bulking as tu
soldiers or states or governments.
It ia inoH forttuaaiB that tFederal lUwerve Hanking
Sjritcm baa been In operation during the war.
The advantages of tikis urganiaation accrue to the cus
tomers of the member banks who at the same time con
' tribute to the strength of the nation's banking ysem
and enjoy the benefit of ita protection.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
PERSONAL iB LOCAL
Why Not Buy that
You've been planning to buy it
ever since you beard it last
time at a friend's boose. Re
member what you said?
"Really it's incredible! I could
.swear Anna Case -was right
here In the room. I don't doubt
their claim bout the tone test
that you can't tell the living
artist from the Instrument
when you hear them together."
If yon dont feel like paying la
full we can arrange for pay
ments at Intervals. You lain
nothing by delaying. It wont
wear out, you know. It will
Music and Photo Hoaae
807 BOS Q St.
MacMurray, while Miss Genevieve
Pattlllo and Janiee IJuiu favored the
dancers with a beautiful duet.
At 11 o'clock sharp the music
and dancing ceased suddenly and the
ceremony tor absent Elks was read
by O. S. Blanchard.
A buffet lunch. Including punch
and "Bevo." was served during the
entire evening and the entertain
ment did not lag for lack of "pep."
Rev. M ire to Oregon City
Among the changes made in the
Methodist pastorate for the coming
year Is the appointment of Rev. Mel
vills T. Wire of Grants Pass to Ore
gon City. Rev. Wire has faithfully
served the Newman M. E. church at
this place since October. 1915, and
he has a host of friends who regret
to see him leave the city.
The Palace dining room will be
open to the public Tuesday, October
7, under the management of Mrs. M.
A. Wood. go
DANCE GIVEN BY ELKS
WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
, The dance given at Waldorf hall
Monday night by the Elks is declar
ed by those present to have been one;
of the most enjoyable social events'
ever held in Grants Pass. The Med-;
ford jazz orchestra furnished excel-:
lent music and they were accom-i
panted herebv about a dozen 'Medford .
The hall was beautifully decorated
with autumn leaves, while the Elks:
colors, purple and white, were pro- j
1 nsely and -artistic-ally arranged 1
about the large room. The music
andv dance began at 9 o'clock and.
the merriment was kept up until
1:30. Several vocal selections added
to the evening's entertainment, solos;
being given by A. K. Cass and J. S.
Makes the Mouth feel so cool
Sells Drugs, and Books
Frank Nombalate went to Rose
burg this morning ou a business trip.
iRoy 'Reed aud wife arrived this
morning Trom Chlco, Cal. .' .
Wlllard storage battery service
station, 311 North Sixth St. lTtt
'Miss Vera Hewett returned to
Medford1 this morning after spending
a couple of days here.
C. Harvey, hardware merchant
of Cilendale. is In the city and Is en
joying a tew days' finning In the
Wlllard storage battery service
station. 814 North Sixth St.' 17tt
- J. B. Howell Is here from Olen
dale, visiting his brother, A. a U
'Howell, who Is reported to be very
Mrs. Marton Leeper and daughter
arrived this afternoon from Oakland,
Ore., to spend the winter with Mrs.
Teeper's sister. Mrs. I,. C. Perdue.
The 'better you see the better you
will feel buy Westlnghouse Mazda
lamps Grants Pass Hardware Com
George Nolan, of Portland, super
intendent of agents of the 'Mutual
Life Insurance company, of New
York, was In the city today on bus
iness. He went to Medford this af
ternoon. Mrs. John Wavrlck. of Weiser.
Ida., formerly Gladys Colvlg. arrived
this morning and will visit her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Colvlg. and
other relatives. Mr. Warrick is ex
pected later and there is a possibil
ity that they will locate here.
J. E. Bartlett of the Peoples Elec
tric Store. Medford, Ore., will he In
this territory, still selling Standard
Electrical equipment same goods,
better price? your needs will be
given our utmosteonslderatIon.'7Stf
Mrs. S. Gunther returned to Ash
land this afternoon" -after visiting her
husband here. Mr. Gunther Is third
trick wire chief at the Western
Union repeater station here and he
holds down the job while Mrs. Gun
ther cares for the home and orchard.
J. K. Ilartlott
Of the Peoples Electric Store.
Medrord, Oregon, will be In this ter
ritory, still selling. Standard Eleotrl
cal equipment earns goods, better
prloce your needs will he given our
utmost consideration. 75tf
Taken to Asylum 1
Joe Murtha was taken to tlie state
homo at Salem this morning, by mii
attendant from that Institution, lie
was a young man, was born In
Grunts Pass and lived here tor a
number of years.
(wiling Card Prices
Printer calling cards V&r for GO;
I1.2B oer 100 at the Courier office.
Engraved cards per 100, 13 and up;
where plate Is furnished, $1.50 per
Federal fourt at Medford
A number of Grants Pass men
went to Medford this morning to
serve as Jurors In the federal court.
Among those who went to Medford,
were J. C. Calhoun, a E. Jesa. Mort
Luckett. J. B. iPaddock. A. Glllott,
and J. iA. Got c her. Attorney Goo.
Ihirham also went to Medford.
Crescent City foe $5
Owing to the present excellent
condition of the mads the Grants
Pass ft Crescent City Stage Co. will
take yon to Crescent City or return
for 5. 75tf
KING VICTOR OP ITALY
RATIFIES THE TREATY
Paris. Oct. 7.. It Is reported here
that King Victor Emanuel of Italy
has ratified the German and Aus
trian treMies by royal decree.
Father Instead of Son Shot
H. Nutt returned this morning
from Weed, where he and Mrs. Nutt
were called, having been notified
over the telephone that her. brother
had been shot. Mr. Nutt reports that
it was J. 'Morris, the father, who was
shot, instead of Robert Morris, as
first reported. 'Sir. Morris was shot
by a son-in-law. Van Buskirk, who
in a drunken condition was attempt
ing to beat' his wife when -she took
refuge at her father's home. The
condition of Mr. -Morris, who Is 73
years old, is considered serious. The
bullet entered the side and lodged
in the back. The bullet was removed
Sunday. . .
Roy Arch Mfrting
Regular meeting of Reames chap
ter. Wednesday night. October 8. St
FURXlSlfBO five-room cottage for
rent. Mrs. G. P. Jester, 215 C
street, phone 16S-R. 89tf
SMALL THAM to trade for grubhliijt
machine. Address Guy Wetherby,
Rd. No. 4. Grants Puss. 94
TOR SAIJE OR TRADE 4 cows
from 3 to 6 years old, giving milk.
2 work teams. 2 ponies. 1 nearly
new 3 M wagon. 5 dor.en young
chickens and laying hens. 1 llirlit
one-horse wagon. 1 mowing ma
chine. 1 hay rake, 1 hack. Har
ness. Some good belting and pul
lles and light and heavy steel
shafting. Also 5 autos all In good
shape: 1916 Maxwell; 1917 Ford:
1917 Overland; 1914 Overland
truck; 1914 Studeliaker. Inquire
at 503 South Sixth street, corner
Sixth and K. or phone 324-J. 94
FOR SALE Stove, a fine fl-hole
range In fine condition. Also a
fine parlor organ. 3i miles out
on 'Murphy road at Gething place,
call or address T. H. B. Taylor,
Grants Pass. 90
Aliniwln 10c and 2H-
"The Woman In The Case"
She succeeded in running the crime to eurtli after the city's
greatest detectives liad. fulled.
W hen nil the world condemned the man she loved, SHE held
Her unraveling of the mystery and the final justification of
her faith makm one of the greatest stories ever filmed. -
THEY OVERPOWERED THE NEW WATCH MAX, BATTERED IX THE
HUGE DOOR AND THOUGHT THE COAST WAS CLEAR. BIT WHE.V
THEY TRIED TO TOl'CH THE MOXKY THEY 'POUND SOMEONE
WAITING FOR THEM SOMKOXE WHO COULD SHOOT THE DATE
OUT OF A DIME IN MID-AIR.
THE POLICE CAME BUT "BIG BILL" DIDN'T NEED THKM FINISH
ED THE JOB BEFORE THEY GOT THERE. COME TO SIX THAT
Hew oat$, new Sweaters
Hew Rats on Display
MRS. E. REHKOPF
If It's Class You Want
Hne hiM It, That and more full value for every penny
guaranteed ( Mart Ion.
GEO S. CALHOUN
WU.1 O Street Fifteen years local
There is no greater magnet In the home than that air of lux
urious comfort that results from furniture well chonen and sell
We take pleasure aside from our profit. In helplmt yon plun
the home mors attractive.
'We have the suggestions, the designs, the value.
A half hour spent In our store will be well worth your while.
Dependable Quality - Prices Right
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Peerless Clothing Co. .
"If Men Wear It We Have It"
TO IMPROVE OUR PARK
I'leaxe Help l' Mnke The
A Hiiro On
Saturday, October 11
Anyone having donations plenso phone .um soon as posHlble.
MRS. C, l. THOMI"SOX,
MRS. (1. S. EATON.
MRS. H. JL AlilA'N.
MIUS. O. S, RI.AXCHARD.
MILS. (iKOlUJH . JESTER.
MRS. OEOIUiE P. CRAMER.