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Grants Pass daily courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1919-1931, July 26, 1919, Image 4

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tUUNTS PAsW DAILY COCKIER
'kVTIKDAV, Jl l.Y lid,
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Do you need more money
in your business?
The addition of a little caCpltal to your working fund often
producet greatly increased dividend from your total investment.
This tank I prep rod to lend money in any sum for the do?
velopnieat of all legitimate commercial enterprise and for farm
purposes. Approved security of course Is required. In compliance
with law nd sound tanking principles.
We invite confidential Interview with you.
THE FIRSTPTIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
FEDERAL BSEBVrj
BsSSYSTIMSsfl
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The Kodak tnat goes with
you on your vacation will
come back, with a complete
story of the summer's fun a
story that wHl hare a refresh
ing interest with each succeed
ing year.
The autograph will help you
to remember how, when and
where each picture was taken.
TAKF. A KODAK WITH YOC
Stanton Rowell
. Music and Photo House
507 509 O St.
Closed for Week i
The office of the Josephine County
Abstract Co. will be closed for the
week "beginning July 28. 1eave or
ders with C. A. Sldler next door to
Abstract office. 28
Miss Olive Sober, who vixlted Miss
Audry Griffin, returned to Ashland
I this afternoon.
j Save heat and fuel by using a. Per
i fectlou cook stove sold by Cramer
i Bros. 2S
! Mrs. K. W. Pine, of Areata. Cal.,
; arrived here this niornini; from
I Portland and left on the auto stase
, for her home.
' Steady heat a,t low cost for ean
i nins with Perfection oil stove. Cra
, mer Bros. 28
i Mrs. V. P. Counts Mid daughter,
' Miss Witda. left this morning for
Richardson springs in the nope of
'benefitting .Mrs. Count's health.
Sergeant James .Moore arrived!
home Thursday from overseas, where!
he spent a year. He went over with j
f the 91st division, but after the re-!
turn of that division he served with!
j replacement units. He served as a !
, ba.ker the greater part of the tlmej
' in the quartermaster corps.
All siies of enameled preserving!
kettles at Cramer Bros. 28;
Mrs. Chas. W. Kayser, of Merlin, j
! Miss Viririnla Parsons of Xew York,'
Mrs. George W. Tavis, Geo. Jr., Irma!
and Alex Tavis of Huso, returned
today from a trip to Crater l-a&e,
spending four days at Crater Ijike
lodge and spending one day at Pros
pect. They had a most enjoyable
PER52NAL 25 LOCAL
Mrs. Junes Murtin is In the city
today from Rogu River, visiting
her sou.
. "Ivory Soap Flakes." Sablu has It.
Mrs. M. S. Skljiworth. who visited
her cousin, Mrs. J, V. Martin, re
turned to Portland today.
Mason Jars at Cramer Bros. 28
"Mr. and Airs. . Fans left this
morning for Astoria to visit their
son. Bert Fahs.
Wtllard storage battery service
station. 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
M. Howard returned to Port-
laud today after attending to bus
iness matters here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Strader loft this
morning for Portland and Marsh
field on their vacation.
Sterling Masda lamps at Cramer
Bros. 32
Lester Wlmberly, of Drain, spent
a few days here with his ntmt, .Mr.;.
C. Ij. Clevenger. He returned to
Drain this morning.
Wlltnrd storage, battery service
station. 314 North Sixth St. . 17tf
Armi Robertson, of Oakland. Cal..
arrived In Grants Iss this morning,
exporting to remain Indefinitely, and
is lookiug into certain buslne pro
positions for California friends. '
time.
Swim Kaps
A good assortment
Rny the
DlltAHLK
A pure gum Knp, one that will
lost all season
SPF.CIAL no Cents
CLEMENS
SWN Drugs nnd Rooks
Mr. U O. Clement and ' two
daughters are speeding the afternoon
at Medford,
Jolly glasses at Cramer Uros, 2K
Mr, and Mrs. C. U Cleveniier went
to Cave Camp this) afternoon to spend
a few day camping,
Kconomy Jars at Cramer Uroa. is
Private Suodgrass arrived hero
this morning from overseas and left
on the slug for his home al Brook
ings. John Patrick spent a few days
here with Ills aunt, Mr. August
(ioettsche, and left this morning fot
his home at Roseburg. !
Fruit tunnels, strainers and col-j
under at Cramer Dros. 2S1
Mrs. Alfred I lugger! h returned to'
Koheburg today after Hnding sev
eral day with her mother, Mrs.1
Stelger.
Handy Jar 'holders, fit any situ
Jar, til) cent a set at Cramer llros.
J. K, Ithoiles. of Oakland, Cal..'
proprietor of a Job printing tnb
llshmvnt, ha been spending sever..!
days In the city.
Mason Jar rubbers, self sealing
covers and Kwnomy toi at Cramer
llros. '
U C. Ijike, Crescent City agent
for the McConnaugh Kl.iito line, run
ning between Crescent City and Ku
reka, arrived this morning from
Portland and left for the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Martin lleston
and children. ho spout Ihe past
month here with Mr. Heston's par-!
cuts and other relative, left this
morntug on their return to Detroit.
Mich. .Mr. lleston Is police Judge of
Detroit. i
Don't miss the sale at M. P. An
derson's -nothing is reserved -every
thing goes. See ail elsewhere.
7 IIS Kant I) street. "9
Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. l,oniird. who-
lent the uit iilonli with the for
mer's brother. V.' 11. Ionard, left
today for their home at CalexWo.i
Cal, by automobile. Mr. ami Mrs. I
leonard rlnlted various section or
the county and have had a most d"-j
llghtful varutiou. " 1
:.
ililgner are niiwtir style iraftomen tlielr lull
or apvoml t none in skill. They take (wins,
prlile and pleiiMiiro In ftinklug every gnrment ex
aetly right.
GEO S. CALHOUN
UOil U Wreet
Fifteen year local agent
OY
YOVItK l THK SFVFNTIl STUiK OF FACIAI, PAIL
AI.YSIS IF VOI' DON'T I.At OII AT THIS ONF.
Here's the story in a nut
shell: "Frederlo Tile' need
ed money iind be needed It
quick. He also Knitted a
Klrl, but he couldn't t her
If he took the money. Hut
If he didn't take the money
he wouldn't know what to
do with the girl If he hiul
her.
1
John
Barrymore
In
"Here Comes
the Bride"
Sunday and
Monday
The Last Prizma
Picture
also
A Burton-Holmes
Travelogue
liftHsTHM1! I nan.Ai
3E
Ms IP IL
Ms
AK
E YOU GOING UP?
Get the Joy!
Don't Miss It!
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO RIDE THE MODERN -WAY,
TO . GO SOARING OVER OUR VALLEY, TO
EXPERIENCE ALL THE THRILLS YOU HAVE BEEN
READING ABOUT
Ship piloted by former lieutenant Floyd Hart, who has a LJoche plane to his
credit; also pilot Delbert Jones, lately tn,army aviator in France, will act as
relief pilot, Seeley Hall, who had charge of the test blocks at Rockwell
Fiejd for two years, is mechanician. AH former Southern Oregon boys.
The Ship is a standard Curtis, purchased from the government.
PLANE HERE FOR TWO DAYS ONLY, SO FILE YOUR APPLICATION NOW
Tuesday and
Make all reservations with J. H. Denison
Wednesday
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