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GRANTS PAS8 DAILY CXH'RIKR
.MOXDAV, 4KTOI1KK lit.
PER52NdL i5 LOCAL
new goats, new Sweaters
how small your business may tie start it right!
Visit this bank and meet its officers, start your
Checking Account and pay your bills with check, this
will add prestige to your businen and establish your
Deposit often tor safety.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
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Not only do we secure for you the beet possible furniture .
: values but we try to sell you only what you need.
'' An - indiscriminate mass of furniture does not make a home.
If wa have an idea of the effects you desire to secure, we will
save you many a dollar by our suggestions.
FIRST AS USUAL
THE NEW BROADWAY HITS
ON SALE NOW
Here they are 11 new records of the
latest delightful Broadway melodies
Daddy Long Legs Henry Burr) 2214S
I Know .What it Means to Be Lonesome .'..Lewis James)
Hawaiian Lullaby James and Hart) 221SH
Sweet Kisses Acme Male Quartette)
Tulip Time, from "Ziegfeld Follies of 191&" jHenry Burr) 22161
Mandy, from "Ziegfeld 'Follies of 1919" Invincible Four)
Vcu Don't Need the Wine to Have a Wonderful Time, from)
"Ziegfeld Follies of 1919" Kddie tantorl 2216;)
Oh. The Last Rose of Summer, from Ziegfeld Follies of 1919)
The Vamp One-Step) 22164
Shake Your Shoulders Fox-Trot)
Will O'Wisp, from "A tonely Romeo" Fox-Trot) 22166
Honeymoon Waltz, Vocal Refrain by.... Harry McClaskey) "
Castles in Spain One-Step) 221 6S
Jerry ". ; .Fox-Trot)
Some iBeautifui Morning (I'll find you in my arms) from)
"Sinbad" Ernest Hare, iBarltone) 22170
That Lullaby of Long Ago, from "Sinbad" Ernst Hare,)
Carolina Sunshine -Sterling Trio) 22173
Oh! What a Pal Was Mary Henry 'Burr, Tenor)
I'll IBe Happy "When the Preacher Makes You '.Mine )
.Sterling Trio) 22173
Give Me a Smile and Kiss Arthur 'Fields, iBarltone)
3reeze (Blow My Baby 'Back to Me) ...) :
Premier American Male Quartette) 22177
You Didn't Want Me When You Had Me )
- Irving Gillette, Tenor)
You ean play Pathe Records on your machine
DOUBLE DISC-ALL 85c EACH
lAnd while you are making your record selec
tions let us play them on the IPathe Phonograph.
You will enjoy the full, Tlch liquid tone produ-ed
by the wonderful Pathe Sapphire Ball that round
polished Jewell that has replaced scratchy needles.
Pathe guarantees its records to play 1,000 times,
if played on the Pathephone, because the Sapphire
(Ball doesn't wear our records. For Pathe Phono
graphs and records see '
Grant Ptw, Ore.
Earle Voorhles returned to Kugrne
Charles Skeeters and Jim Sowoll,
ot Kerby, were in the city yesterday.
Wlllard storage ' battery service
station. 114 North Sixth St. 17tf
Mr. and aire. 6. P. Harvey made
a trip to Medford yesterday atid vls-
O. ."Shaddlngr. of Takllmn. left
this morning for Klamath Fulls.
: where he expects to remain.
Wlllard storage battery service
'station. J 14 North 81xt a St. 17tf
Arthur Conkllii arrhed this morn
lug from Portlund to look aft bus
J. E. Bartlett of the People Elec
tric Store. Medford. Ore., will be In
this territory, still selling Standard
Electrical equipment same goods,
better prices your needs win be
given our utmost consideration. ?!tf
I O. II. 'Pease came In from Placer
I yesterday to meet his wire, who Is
I expected to return soon from an
Miss Burrows, a cousin of Arthur
; Dunn, who spent Saturday and Sim
day with .Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, left
this morning for Los Angeles. Miss
Burrows spent the past eight months
on the Hawaiian Islands.
Mrs. Jack Allison returned home
: this morning after being away tor
about two months. She underwent
an operation In one or the hospitals
! in the Crays Harbor section, and
while on her way home was compel
led to go to a Portland hospital.
. where ehe spent several weuka. Mrs.
I Allison Is rnr from well at present
although she Is convalescent. Jack
Junior, who hus been with his moth
Wreck Delay Train
I ne tnree sections of passenzer
train So. 13. southbound, and No
14 northbound, were delayed several
hours by a freight wreck at Merlin
this morning. A Paririo Fruit En
press car jumped the track and lost
a truck. The wrecker rrom Ashland
cleared the track.
CatcheM a "Itlu.-lnu k"
C. D. Thompson and George Cof
fenberry returned Sunday from a
trip to Almeda, where they spent a
few hours fishing. They report fair
success, and besides catching several
steelheads. Mr. Thompson hooked a
"blueback," a' fish that Is seldom
taken in the 'Rogue. It weighed
about ZVx pounds.
Ingenious lloinbing I'lniie
In the Rowell music store window
is a small model of a 1'. S. bombing
plane made by Earl Allen. The work
shows a faithful conformity In all
details. Much of the metal work.
Including the gun mounted on the
deck. Is hand made, as well as the
bearings. Young Allen has been an
invalid for some years but takes
great delight in everything mechani
cal and spends many hours In mak
ing various mechanical articles.
Sample of Acplm'tnm
George S. Barton, who has lately
spent some time In Jackson county,
brought to this city some samples or
asphaltiim from the Jackson county
field, that convinces him that thee
Is oil In that locality. There Is
so much oil In the sample that
they will burn when held in the
flame of a match. Mr. Barton states
that there is an oil company ijeln
formed at .Medford, but the samples
of tsplmltum in bis possession nre
from another portion of the oil-bearing
territory. Thus far. Colonel
Mundy, of Medford, Is the only per
son boring for oil In that vicinity.
DAVIES To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
W. Davles, of Gold Hill, Saturday,
October 11, a," daughter. 1
MONTE EL FACE POWDER 50c
JOJTTEEL COLD CREAM 50c
JOXTEFX COMBINA rf(.
COLD CREAM 80t
Sells Drags and Books
nllii at ttallcr
Attorney J. X. Johnston and sou,
Honts, loft yesterday afternoon for
Claltce, to try their lucl with the
steelheads. They expect to return
Crescent City for $3
Owing to the present excellent
condition of the . roads the Grants
Pass Crescent City Stage Co. will
take you to Crescent City or return
tor 15. mt
t'nttlun lug Salmon
Frank Pyle and little son lanil.nl
a lurge salmon Sunday, while Hub
lug from their boat just below the
Sixth street bridge. They caught
several on a spinner, and the "big
fellow" weighed fully 50 pounds.
W. .V. Meeting
An Important meeting of W. O.
W. will be held on Monday evening,
October 13. This meeting Is of vltuj
Interest. Every member of th -,.,. n
should be present. 94
Wlre Feme KilU Ifevr
While out driving Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Williams found a
deer fastened In a wire fence few
miles down the river. The animal
spike, had lain there for some time
and had been partlv eaten i.v .i.u
prowlers. It is lre-uml th.t
dog ran the deer Into the wire
where It becanm ant. ...
His Third million dollar comedy.
The first one watt, "XTtkm'u Ute;"
the second one was "Hlioulder Arms"
-nnd tliiM Is the lust of the three.
If It's Class You Want
Una hint It. TIijK mikI more fjill value for every Muy
, GEO S. CALHOUN .
608 Q Street fifteen yer local agent
Dependable Quality - Prices Right
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Peerless Clothing Co.
Cash Clothiers '
"lf,Men Wear It Wo Have It"
IjAST TIME TOXHJHT
WHO WANTS TO SEE THE WOKI.IM SEItlKS WHEN II E CAN SEE
"HIE ItrSHEK." THE IlKi CROWD LAST XIKIIT HAS EST Alll.l.sll
El A UEtXmil AXI HAS MADE CHARLES ll YTHE MOST POPP.
Alt ST A It IX i HANTS I'ASS.
Charlie ChaplinhSunnyside "
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Adrp. 15c - 35c
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