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GRANTS P&M DUU COCKIKB
BRANTS PASS DAO COURIER
Published Daily Except Sunday
A. E. VOORHIE3. Pub. and Propr.
Botrd at postoffics. Grants Pass,
Or., as second dans mall matter.
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8ATITRUAY, OCTOHEU 11, 11.
OREGON WKATHXB ' 4
Tonight and Sunday, fair ex-
f cept rain In northwest portion.
Gentle winds, mostly southerly. 4
AM) HAWAII I.KKNNIMJ
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Quality and Service
V. O. V. Meeting
An Important meeting ot V. O.
W. will be held on Monday eveulng.
October 13. This meeting is ot vitul
interest. Every member of ther csuip
should be present. Si
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a a mix i nr i
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A. H. Applehoff, a musician' from
Ashland, is in the city today.
Arthur-Hagen, of Glendale, was a
business visitor here today.
F. C Bramwell has returned from
a several days' business trip to Port
land and other points north.
St. Luke's Episcopal
Evening service at 7:30 p. m. to
which an Invitation Is extended to
all visitors and strangers in the
city. Rev. Philip K. Hammond,
vicar in charge.
- Rig Motor Burns Out
A big 100 h. p. motor at the Huber
rock crusher on the top of the Sis
kiyou burned out Saturday after
noon, threatening to tie up paving
operations there for a' week or more
until it could ibe replaced by a motor
from iPortland, but 'Superintendent
Dunn, got busy and located an idle
motor of equal power at a mine near
Gold Hill. By Sunday noon be had
the motor b rough up, .installed and
the crusher running again as if noth
ing had happened. Pacific-Record
A very delightful music program
was given at the home of Dr. and
.Mrs. M. R. Britten last Saturday' by
Professor Applehoff, assisted by Miss
Maty Young of Ashland. The music
was of high class, some of the selec
tions being especially difficult. The
guests present were Mrs. fomdburg,
Dorothy and Harold Luhdburg, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Edgerton, Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Roat, Mr. and Mrs. Pattil
lo. Miss Pattillo. Rev. C. M. Cline,
Miss Naomi Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Powers, Mr. slid Mrs. Clevenger,
Mrs. F. L. Warren. Mrs. Missall. Lois
Mlssa.ll, Miss Winifred Paddock,
Miss Blanche Crane, Harold Isham
and Hubbard Day.
Subpoenaed rx Witnesses
Sheriff Geo. Lewis and Pete (Jrav
lin have been subpoenaed, to appear
at Portland next Monday, to testify
in the trial .of Chas. Thompson,
whom the local officers arrested in
Grants Pass last ifay on the charge
of - having dangerous explosives In
his possession. When Thompson
alighted from the train as it pulled
into Grants Pass, he also had a re
volver and some whiskey, but Mie
charge preferred by the federal gov
ernment is for being In possession of
dangerous explosives contrary to
law. Thompson has been In jail all
these months awaiting trial.
Kates Effective Monday ,
The following rates will be in ef
fect Monday,. October 13, in all
Grants Pass barber shops: Hair
cut, 35c; shave, 25c; haircut and
shave, 60c; massage, 35c; shampoo
35c; Fitch shampoo, 50c; tonics,
15c. Shops open at 7:30 a. m., and
close at 6:15 p. m. daily except Sat
urday when they will remain open
until 10 p. m. ' (Signed) 1. S.
Tompkins, P. A. DeGenault, Wil
liams & Luckett. J. Carl Williams. 93
Hills Full of Hunters ,
J. A. SinHh returned yesterday
from a trip down the Rogue, in the
vicinity of the steel bridge below
Hell Gate. He reports good fishing.
but says the mountains are full of
hunters. He counted 14 hunters
near the steel bridge. He got no
deer, but will try his luck again. C.
D. Fies, manager of the Standard
Oil company's local plant, was also
hunting In that vicinity, but fared
no better than Mr. Smith. However,
Mr.- Flea is reported to have made
frantic efforts to bring home venison
without resorting to fireams, but'
also failed in this, as the many other
hunters in that neighborhood were
not having good luck. Mr. Smith
reports that there is a daily bom
bardment down the Rogue, which is
driving the deer further back in the
XOTICE OF ROAD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
pursuant to an order of the County
Court for Josephine County, Oregon,
made and entered October 2. 1919,
a meeting of the qualified electors
within Road District No. 9, will be
held at the School House of
School District Number 2 0.
on Monday, November 3, 1919. at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of voting upon and deter
mining whether or not a special road
tax shall be -levied within said dis
trict for the purpose of grading and
graveling main thoroughfares there
in up to ibut not exceeding ten mills
on the dollar on each dollar of tax
able property within the district, as
shall be determined at said meeting.
C. G. GILLETTE,
County Judge for Josephine
A most loyal anil fraternal wel
come was given Mrs. Jennie Bentley,
department president ot Oregon
Women's Relief Con on her official
visit to General Lognn corps Wed
nesday afternoon. A large member
ship of both post and corps was
present to honor her as the W. R. C.
The complete ritual and fraternal
work was exemplified and received
a tribute of praise from Mrs. Bentley
for the efficiency ot the corps ofl-
cers and members.
A fine patriotic prqgram wus glv
en at the close of the business meet
ing. Comrade Metcalf gave a read
lng and took part in several Civil
war songs, assisted by Comrades
Lathrop and Peterson, each number
receiving an encore, and amid the
applause and smiles the tears would
come, as one listened to the songs
sung by the white haired veterans.
the music that gave them the inapt
ration more than 60 years ago to
sacrifice their all on the altar of
freedom that has given a united
America that a world might live.
A short and pleasing address was
given by Mrs. Bentley and In re
sponse several of the comrades
spoke. Comrade . Holman assured
Mrs. Bentley that "General Lognn
corps is the best corps in Oregon.
Comrade Heston and Mrs. Alverson
Mrs. Calvert at the piano, sang ao
old-time duet with all joining In the
chorus. This was a most pleasing
President Anna Stlnebaugh pre
sented Mrs. Bentley with a package
of pretty handkerchiefs as a souvenir
from General Ixgan corps.
Cake and ice cream gave an added
pleasure to the closing hours of vis
iting and greetings by the post and
corps in honor of the welcome guest,
Mrs. Jennie Bentley.
So Itobbcry at Aslilunil
In response to a telephone Innuirv
to Ashland this afternoon, the
Courier was informed that, contrary
to reports, there was no bank rob
bery in that city last night. "
Itiinumige Sail SucTHfu
Since the opening of the sales
room for the auto park rummage
sale the room has been crowded by
buyers and shoppers, and the groat
mass of articles have been sold. The
dinner was also well iwtronized, the
ladles serving nearly 150.
Ignore Judge's Orders
Sheriff Geo. W. Lewis returned
last night from Roseburg, 'bringing
with him the eight-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George iHoward.
Judge Calkins some months ago
.gave Mrs. Howard custody of the
child, ibut stipulated that she was
not to take the girl outside Jose
'Phlne county. Contrary to the
judge's orders, Mrs. Howard took
her child to Roseburg about three
months ago and this act led to an
other order from Judge Calkins to
ha 'the little girl returned here
ftr.rf the case will again come up in
court next Tuesday.- Mr. Howard la
serving as deputy under Sheriff Ter
rl II, of Jackson county.
Vjm, I tt f , r
Who? Where? When?
(Continued from page I )
no Moil 'When men stand with rlfli
In thulr hund ruady to Ileal." '
Incidentally the king set at rest
for all time the legend that he was
a reporter on an American newspa
per for a brief verlod when bo was
In the United States 21 years ago.
"No," he said with a laugh. "I
am sorry It waa not so, for I might
have learned much.' Your reportors
TOKAY CRAPES .For sale, 2c and
So per pound, at 656 North Sixth
JOS. MOSSQENCY Klri ltur
a nee. plat glass liability Insur
ance. 304 H Sixth street. tf
WANTED Salesman to sell gro
cerlos wholesale direct to farmers
commission. One competent to
establish and take charge ot bus-
, Iness paying $3000 to $4200 a
year. We furnish training, ex
perience, capital. Not easy money
but permanent, profitable opening
for right man. Quality goods sold
on satisfaction or money back
basis. Farmers save 20. Man
with farm experience preferred
Car or rig required. Give aga, ex
perience, phone number. Parks
Bros. Portland. Oregon, 99
CHICKENS? for sale-Burred Hock
bens and rooster. Fred Smith,
phone 32-1 93
1MIONE THE STAG, IK3-J, when
In need of a Jitney. City or coun
try, anywhere, anytime. Residence
phone 149-Y. O. J. Knlps. 93
OIRT for filling. See F. E. Miiofur
latie, phone 323-J. 94
NEW 11AT3 Just arrived at MrsTH.
E. Burton's, 704 North Sixth
USED CAR EXCHANGE We will
pay cash for used Fords and Chev
rolets. .Muniiel Bros., opposite
Courier office. Phone 237-R. 93
DCTJT NOW Sow- fyVfor"" "past lire
and incfease your cream check.
Good seed rye 5 per 100 pounds.
E. L. Davis, Williams, Ore. Phone
BICYCU3 IjOST Westminister. 22
Inch, was taken from In front of
Peerless October 1. - Finder notify
Harold Lund burg. 94
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself .to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
Th world's standard rtmtdy for Hdnty,
livr, bladder and uric acid trouble.
Holland's national remedy since 1696.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
Look for Ike name CoU Medal ea trmy he
Decide on Your
Next Battery NOW
Your next bttery should
be a Willard with Threaded
Rubber Insulation because
it is the one kind of battery
that gives you adequate
protection against the ex
pensive reineuletion that
is sure to come to an
ordinary battery. -
Four years' experience
on many' thousand cars
have proven the remark
' able durability of this latest
It elimliMttt the one bl((eit
cauie of battery trouble.
Call nnd kt ua tell you about
It. We'll help you ft every Utt
day' use out of your prennt
battery at the leaet potable
penae, but we want you to have
a better battery.
THE KATTEUY SHOP
A. V. Hazelton, Propr
Genuine Libbey Cut Glass
Shipment just arrived Name on every piece
BARNES, The Jeweler
P, TtM Uapct0r Sett tfoctr Kim NUoal lUak
m eat 4
MtvCM HA") J x
ao wait. I or
V HE anal. I
A decrease In the mechanical Ilia of the car meuns Increased
pleasure for the party.
It la scarcely possible to enjoy a motor trip that is Interrupted
by all sorts of breakdowns.
In order to have th car rlfht and' the trip a success let us put
It In shape before you start. '
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants 'Pass Hardware Co.
Vulcanizing N Repair Work
MUST ChASS tVOKK OI AK.WTKI D
GOODRICH TIRES and Tl IIKK
Gasrdlne 2c Oil 20c and up
AUTO SERVICE CO. GARAGE
Geo. W. Tethcrou-, Merliunic
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