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GHAYTS PASS DAILY COIIUEH
TllllWDAV, OCTOIUCU 10. !!.
new Coat, new Sweaters
MEN VITALLY INTERESTED
PER52NAL 55 LOCAL
In this city, its business Interests and iU growth, uiie
up the directorate ot this bank.
Through them, the Important business ot loaning
the bank's funds, is conducted!
Does this' mean anything to you when 'starting
Our Resources f-72.1,000.00
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
Dependable Quality - Prices Right
Hart, Schaffner & MarxClothes
Peerless Clothing Co.
"If Men Wear It We Have It"
Poputar Sheet Music
15c per copy 7 for $1
Ragging the Chopsticks.
I Know What It Means to Be
Some Day I'll Make You Glad.
Walt and See.
When a Fellow' Needs a Friends
Some Day You'll Want ' Me
Let's Help the Irish Now.
Game of Love.
Land of Makebelleve.
Mother's Cradle Song.
Naughty Hindu Eyes.
You're Making a Miser of Me.
Slow and Easy.
Wanting a Loveland.
Where Did You Find That
Kind of Loving.'
Music and Photo Honse
507 509 O St.
640 ACRES three miles from city on
lip per river road for sale at a 'bar
gain. $14,000; small payment,
balance 6 per cent; 10-room plas
tered house, old barn 50x100; 5
acres pears; about 90 acres under
ditch survey, 10,000 cords wood
timber. Address H. C. M it Her,
650, Washington street, Portland,
Oregon. " 22
DRY SLAB WOOD for sale. 3 a
tier, delivered; green slab- wood.
$2.50 delivered; green' sawdust.
$2.75 pr load; cash on deliver)'.
Edgerton's sawmill, phone 187-J.
4 HORSES for sale, or trade for
good young team weighing about
1500. Address J. B. Wilhelra. or
call 3 miles from city on upper
river road. 98
Ernest I'mphlette, of Gleudale. l
in the city today.
Wlllard storage battery service
station. 814 North Blxth St. 17tt
.Mrs. T. J. Funson, of Medford. I
the guest ot TUn. G. P. Jester.
A. S. Rosenbaum, ot Portland, is
in the city today.
Luther Tlngtey left this morning
Wlllard storage battery service
station. S14 North Sixth 8t 17tt
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cook arrived
this morning from Marshtleld and
will remain here indefinitely.
mim Fhuhl. of Taft. Cal., who
spent several days here on business,
left this afternoon for her home.
Fresh flh and oysters at City
Meat Market. T
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wooley arrived
last night from Sun Jose, Cal., and
will spend week or more with the
latter's mother. Mrs. Geo. Slover.
Arthur Schilling left last night for
his home at Marysvtlle, Cal. He was
accompanied by his brother, Ernest
who will remain there for a time.
Twenty-five per cent discount on
all trimmed hats at the New Millin
ery Store Mrs. Lillian Currier, Cor
E and Sixth, opposite Josephine ho
Mrs. S. Reld. an aged woman of
Yreka. who has been In the city for
a few weeks having a cataract re
moved from her eye and other treat
ments, returned to Yreka. She"ws
accompanied by Mrs. Knight.
Mrs. J. W. Walton, of Bray. Is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. N. E. Towns
end. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.
Townsend, Mrs. Walton and Mrs.
Flanagan made an automobile trip
J. E. Bartlett of the Peoples Elec
tric Store, Medford, Ore., will be In
this territory, still sailing Standard
Electrical equlpment-rsame goods,
better prices your needs will be
given our utmost consideration. 75tf
Rev. Joseph Knott, new pastor of
Newman M. E. church, accompanied
by Mrs. Knott, their son. Rd.s, and
Mrs. Knott's mother, Mrs. Martha
Roes, arrived last night from Cottage
Grove, which has been their home for
the past three' years.
FRESH JERSEY COW for sale, $7
Phone Glenn Provolt, Provolt cen
Placer location notices at Conrler
Envelores at it Co .rier Office
FOR SALE 1 new touring car at a
bargain if taken at once. 1 Dodge
In fine shape, new top and Just
overhauled. 1 Chevrolet in fine
condition. 314 North Sixth St. 96tf
Mining, blanks at Courier office.
At dauolug Hriy Saturday night.
K. .V Im f 8. Social
The Knights and ladles of Secur
ity will give a social Friday night.
Crowueiit City tor
Owing to the present excellent
condition or the roads the Grants
Pass & Crescent City Stage Co. will
take you to Crescent City or return
for 5. 75tf
The alley betweuu the Moore Ba
kery and, Homing's Shack, and the
alloy hack ot the Masonic Temple are
being mueadanjUed. A cement floor
U also being laid in the Temple
U-avo for Wendllntt
J. A. Gotcher and family, who
have given a lease on the Grant
Pans hotel and their ranch on the
AppleRBte, left Wednesday by auto
mobile tor Wenilllng, Ore., where
they will make their home temporarily.
new fiats on Display
MRS. E. REHKOPF
J j When Jack Frost
Huitda ,.n hli. aili-niif.il aif.mt Ii'a Mliriiiil fur VAU
ijjjp to, place that order for your new overcout and
dfl' -Fall 't maJe by
GEO S. CALHOUN
HOS O Htree Fifteen year local ageat
Culvert In PohImihI
J. U Calvert, road contractor, Is
at the Hotel Oregon from Grants j
Pans. Mr. Calvert is a member ot)
the contracting firm which has the
job on the Pacific highway from the
Jackson county line south toward the
point where a new bridge la to cross
the Rogue River near Gold Hill.
This is one of the sections which
will not lie completed before next
lUg Jiux Dunce
Waldorf hall Monday, October 20,
I.annspach'8 Jazx Orchestra of Med
ford. Admission 25c. Rig night.
Let's go. 800
Hoy Scouts to Take Hike
All Boy Scout are requested to
meet at the courthouse next Satur
day, October 18, at 2:30 p. m. for
the purpose of taking a hike desti
nation unknown. Bring "eats" for
Dunce at TukUnia
Saturday night, October 18. Music
furnished by Nellson's orchestra. 99
Pioneer Vllt City
Dan L. Green was In from I.ove
Station today. Mr. Green Is one of
the few Oregon pioneers now. living
in this part of the state. He crossed
the pianos In 1853 and came to Jo
sephine In 1S56, which county he
serveil as sheriff from '70 to '76, and
serveir two terms s state senator.
During the Indian war of 'CO he
packed in supplies to this part of the
state by pack train from Corvallls
To Our Friend ami Patron"
Orvllle Camp has taken the agency
ot the Portland Telegram. We are
pleased to state that you can depend
on good service. li F. Thorn, dis
trict representative. 99
When 'people enter your home, when you are anvlous for (heir
comfort and pleasure good furniture, tastefully chosen and plilced,
Is worth while.
You probably don't recall a single successful hostexs who has
noKhad a dainty, "homey" atmosphere about her house.
Even It you gel It one piece at a time, 'twill add to your Kace
ot mind to sire how can help you.
'WMm ' 1
mzmm mamh mm
CACV to fill supply can
! to turn
A Separator any farmer's
wife will be proud of
GUARANTEED FOR LIFE
$10.00 a Month
Buy an IOWA
C. A. Winetrout
1 JmmimMr' ' 1
Durham 'llt Mettrluin
Judge George H. Durham, Grants
Pass attorney, Is swappng ancient
Oregon history with Phil Melschan.
The Judge's father, Albert A. Dur
ham, was the first Oregon man to
operate ships owned by himself froVi
the Willamette river to the overscan
ports. This was in the early 50's
and a majority of the Durham pack
ers loaded and discharged their car
goes at Oswego. At that lime far
more ships were moored oft Oswego
than near 'Portland.- One of these
ships has left her name on Oregon
geography, having been wrecked on
the strand that now bears the name
of Ttesriemonla Sands. But at the
time the Desdemonia' went ashore she
was not owned by (Durham. .Port
I .AST TIMK TONIGHT
3. E. Bartlett
Of the Peoples Electric Store,
Medford, Oregon, will be in this ter
ritory, otlll selling Standard Electri
cal equipment same goods, better
prices your needs will be given our
utmost consideration. 75tf
Makes the Mouth feel so cool
Sell Drag and Book
The executive committee of the Jo
sephine County Farm Bureau hold an
Important session yesterday after
noon. One of the principal events
of the meeting was tho decision of
the executive committee to launch a
campaign for members In the Farm
Bureau at an early date this fall.
The 'Farm 'Bureau movement of
the I'nlted States Is becoming one
of enormous magnitude. There are
more than 800 Farm Uureaus In the
33 northern and western states, hav
ing nearly a halt million membors.
It Is a "non-secret and non-polltlcal
organisation. It has no "local" or
community 'branoh. It does not,
therefore, compete with or take the
place of existing organizations but
cooperates with all willing to co
operate.' The members attend com
munity, and county wide meetings,
not regularly, but only where there
Is a need for such meetings. , It re
ceive special assistance from the
county agent and the home demon
stration agent liecause it Is recog
nized as the county organization
through which the state and federal
I government carries on all extension
work In agriculture and home co
The object of the organization are
to promote and develop the most
profitable and permanent ytem of
agriculture; the most wholesome and
satisfactory living conditions; the
highest In home and coimmiinlty Hfe
and a genuine Interest In the farm
business and rural life on the part
of hoys and girls and young neon'
With these object In view the
executive committee of the Jose-
phlne County Farm Bureau la going
to place the farmers of Josephine
county in line and on a par With oth
er farmers of the nation. ,
" SUNNYSIDE "
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FRIDAY - 8ATL'ItlAY
St. Ann' Church Social
Friday evening, by the members
of the Altar society Hn Josephine ho
tel dining Toom. 98
Matinee Saturday 2:30
. Trade Acceptances, hook of 50, ft
Courier office. V