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EXPERIENCE When you hunt tor efficiency la a workman you choose one who hu had EXPERIENCE. ' You should use the same cure iu choosing depository tor your savings. . The BiKwee achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking business. We have learned not only how to handle money to earn an lnoome, Ibut more important, HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OP OUR CUSTOMERS. Tour money deposited in this 'bank not only works tor you day and night, but. owing to our exerlence. It is SAFE. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON HSP"TmEMBEBNsB What Is as Handy as an Edison Cylinder Talking Machine Small compact machine. Small, easily handled record which do not 'break when you drop them. All the latest - music eongs, band selections and dance music. All the old sons of which we never tire. Speeches by our famous men. Come in and hear them. Stanton Rowell Music and Photo House 507 BOO G St. Some Help Xe"ded County Agent C. D. Thompson re ports thai while labor conditions over the county are fairly good, there is a slight shortage of general farm help in Josephine. A number of the Grants Pass girls are asslstiui: In thinning fruit and they seem to enjoy the work. Reports from Med ford show that about 65 men are needed In Jackson county, for or chard iwork principally. x PER52NdL t LOCAL Run of "Forked-Tails" Anglers report that there is a heavy run of forked-tall salmon in the Rogue and some good catches ere 'being made, principally with spinners. Trout fishing In the small streams is not the best this season, although -sojne of the anglers are having fair success. D. S. BUTTON Battery Wbrh In charge of the battery de partment of the l:tth Division, C. S. A at Camp Lewi dur ing the late war. Now wtth Barker & cotter at Ratten- Auto Service Co. And is prepared to handle all kinds of battery work. Surety . f 3t X. ' T Red Crown sign mark V VT7N. " "Tne coHne 0f Quality ." It kTT assures dependants results. tjfcSI V Iok foe the Red Crewn ait " AJt Wore you fill. "jJL tadad oil costravT V Pk (Ulna) . V Quality C. D. Fies, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Grants Pass FORDSOH TRACTORS NEW PRICE $83522 F. 0. B. GRANTS PASS Order Your Tractor Now C. A. Winetrout The Implement Man O. D. BlancliWd made a trip to Medford this afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Thontpaou went to Itmeburg last night to visit rela tive. "Three Klower" I'erfume. Sahli. has it. K. Sparke, who spent several months lu this vity. left this morn ing for lontlnnd. Miss Cora Ketsner returned this morning from San Jose, Cal., where she visited her sister. Our sales on Diamond tires this year far exceed our excellent pre vious record. Kverybody wnnts the beet. Grants JPass Hardware Co. 97 Miss Rnchael Darnett, of Holland returned yesterday from Portland, where she attended school the pant year. Barle Voorhles returned last til'.: lit from Kugene. where he attended the T. of O., and will spend the vacation at home. R. R. Kroh arrived last night from Oklahoma City and will spend the summer here looking after his .pro perty interests. Mrs. Karl Slsson left this morn ing for Calenta. Cal.. to loin her hus band, who Is an employe of the Kdl son Electric company at that -place. G. O. Olom returned todiy to Cor vallis after spending several duys In town looking after his property and visiting old friends. We sold three Royal olectrii vacuum cleaners lant week. Every body wants the best. ' Grants Pass Hardware Co. 97 Mr. Skinner, of the shipbuilding firm of Skinner & Eddy, of Seattle, returned to hi home laitt evening after a few days spent ait the George M. Esterly mine at Waldo. Mrs. Mollle Beldlng returned this morning from Kugene, where she at tended the commencement events at the 1'. of O., her son, Don. "belni; a member of the class of 1919. Mrs. J. E. Hair and daughter. Miss Helen, returned last night from Ku gene where they spent commence ment week. Miss Hair is a 1019 graduate of the university. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Verdi n will spend a.' week or more at Crescent City. Mr. Verdin, who with Mr. Kates has a lease on the Maggie Ranzau hop yard of 32 acres, re ports the work at the field complet ed up to the time of picking. Misses Catherine and Gretchen Clemens returned home this after noon,, the former from Seattle where she is a student at the L'. of W., and the latter from Portland, where she spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. (Murphy and bod went to Portland several days go on acocunt of the Iflnvaa of Air. Mur phy's brother. Mrs. Murphy and son returned home' this morning and since arriving a iwlre was received stating that the brother had died following an operation. 'Mr. Mur phy is exiiected home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. E. Badger, of .Mur phy, are visiting In the Willamette valley and on Friday they will be In lhanon attending a Teunion of the Badger family on the old Badger do nation land claim. There are to be seven brothers and sisters present besides many children and grand children. School Klectlou Itetu The total vote or School IMslrlct No. T, at the election tor director held .Monday Afternoon, was 27, euch vote 'being cast for George E. Iwiindburg, the only candidate. Imh-mI Man IHe at 'ccl J. TrCarmony of this city died at Weed last week and was 'burled un der the auspices of the Masonic lodge. v Married Kui unlay Miss lAbbie ..Hunkers and Clarence Chapln were united In marriage by Mrs. Joyce Vernuu Drake lust Satur day at the home or ltv. and Mrs. Drake. They will make their borne a Mpeuker. Excursion Kates to t'ousi Grants Pass to Crescent City, by easy riding cars, for 17.50. Grants Pass and Crescent City Stage com pany. Phone 26.. 7tl Funeral Thursday The funeral of Mrs. S. B. Gillette wHI be held at the Newman .M. E. church Thursday afternoon at 2:30. JOY T H EATER TOXIGHT OXLV MARY PICKFORD In "The Dawn of Tomorrow" Wednesday-Thursday Constance Talmadge mil "Up the Road With Sally" I toad Work ProtfrctMlnir Judge C. C. Gillette slates that work on grading the new Pacific highway on Merlin hill Is progress ing nicely and that the grading will prolmbly be finished within two weeks. Scluumuin-IMnk Concert Indications are that there will be a large attendance of Grants Pass leople at the Schumauu-Heink con cert at Ashlund tomorrow night. A! score or more ha,e expressed tholr! Intention of attending. Kantwn Star Meeting , The last meeting of the Eastern Star before the summer vacation1 will foe held tomorrow night, at! which time the worthy matron Is! exocted to "give a report of the meeting of the grand chapter. A! full attendance 'is asked. I DcnmnittrittcM at Huge Miss Hnth Corbet t. home demon-! stration agent for Josephine county.: will demonstrate with Inexpensive i dress forms and home-made tireless cookers at the grange hall al Hugo, this afternoon. Miss Cortiett has various sites of home-made flrelewsl cookers which can be constructed ror1 from $2 to $10. She also has home made refrigerators and other use ful household necessities on .dlnnluv at her office In the court house. Master Uon Work Tomorrow- Grants Pass lodge A. P. A. M.l will open Tuesday afternoon at s! for work in the M. A!, degree; dln-j ner at 6:30. 95 : lteiM.rtx llond "Choppy" J. H. Denison. who made a record run from this city to Boseburg Sat urday In three hours and 55 min utes, reiports the roads rough from here to Glendale. but saVs the high way is like a 'boulevard from Can yonvllle to llosebiirg. Through the Cow Creek canyon he round the road rather "ohoipy." had to ford the small creek throe times, but says any automobile Is aWe to make the trip. as the road Is 'not considered . the least dangerous. Mr. Denison drove a Bukk to Rosoburg, the party who ae- coiuianled him agreeing to buy the car if Mr. Denison would drive It through the Cow CYeek canyon. nkw'touay ROYAL iAN.V cheries are now at their best and cheapest for can ning. iPhone your orders or come out and pick them and picnic. Will Soovitle. 96 .VEW MIUjINBRY goods" Just arriv ed at H. B. Burton's, 407 North Sixth street. 100 MKSN WA.VTBD on Wlldervllle Irri gation ditch. Apply It. C. Steven son. Phone Wlldervllle centra;. :'0 IXST 50 In bills In a rolL "rln- der notify No. 1134 Courier of fice or E. F. Topping at Temple 'Meat Market, and claim reward of 5. ' ' 98 Liver Salts For Rheumatl im mai Uric Add Allmnet An agreeable effervescent lax ative and diuretic, specially prepared for the relief of stomach, liver and intestinal disorders; and aa an aid In the treatment of rheumatic, gouty and uric acid ailments. 85c, 68c and fl.28 CLEMENS SOU 3tottal& JW SPECIAL Crepe Dc chine and Georgette Waists Prices $2.50 and Up MRS. E. REHKOPF 0. r tioa U Mrert Maintaining the Purity of our all-wool fabrics and always offering sktllod tailorahlp, we are Justified In repeating this on great truth. MISSISES! GEO S. CALHOUN Kii'luslre Im-al dealer For sleeping comforts see the Simmons Beds and Springs ' displayed in the window at . Holman's Furniture Store 605 G street, opposite I land Stand Boy M Your When the fighting was thickest When the suffering was greatest Where was The Salvation Army Lassie? He'll say: "She was right on the job" And now, back home, in the byways and hidden placeswhere misery aN ways lives, where a mother needs a home, where men, women and child ren are on the downgrade, she's still "RIGHT ON THE JOB." HELP HER TO CARRY ON The Salvation Army Home Service Fund JUNE 22 to 30 feitau.r.: I free ! j jB'ETrij f MEDFORD, OREGON , We specialize in diseases of Woman, the Stomach and Nutritional Disorders