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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER KKIIt.W, Al'Gl'NT H, 1010, PER5NdL 55 LOCAL Tomorrow Never Comes for the man or woman who intends to SAVE but always puts if off. TODAY is the day to do it SAVE today and all of the tomorrows of your life and old age will bo the happiest time of vour life. REMEMBER TODAY IS THE TIME TO SAVE. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON MEMBEBSBB FEDERAL ESFBVE It v--rr--V II W t Summer Time Is Kodak Time Halt the pleasure of your summer excursions is in the ' pictures you take. Don't miss the pleasure of taking picture. No matter what your taste in kodaks or cameras, we can fur nish just what you want. Come in and see. Stanton Rowell Music and Photo House 507 509 G St. OBITUARY l'OSTAfi KMPKOVKS WANT .TO PKR KXT WAK RAISK Washington, Aug. 8. 'President Wilson was asked in a letter pre sented at the White House yester day to recommend to congress an In crease of 50 per cent In the wages of postoffice and postal employes of the country to meet the high cost of liv ing. The letter was presented by a delegation beaded by Frank Morri son, secretary of the American Fed eration of Labor. Sarah A. StrUigi-r Sarah A. Stringer died at the home ot her daughter, Mrs. A. 1.. Johnston on North Scond street, August 7, 1919. The deceased was born in Perry county. Ohio, January I", IS 4 7. She crossed the plains hy ox team in 1864, landing In I. Inn county, Oregon in October, 1S04. She was married to William Stringer at Lebanon in 1865. She leaves to mourn her lots four sons and four daughters: Mrs. Mina Wtiner, of Fort Klamath: Mrs. A. U Johnston, Mary R. Stringer, Mrs. Kva' Burrows. S. B. Stringer. J. W. Stringer. J. C. Stringer and X. S. Stringer all of Jo sephine county. She also leaves two sisters and two brothers, David Daniels, of Butte Creek, Mrs. Elizabeth Watts and Mrs. Laura Hathaway of this city. Mrs. Stringer was an active church worker, belonging to the First Meth odist church and leaves many friends to mourn her loss The funeral services will be held Saturday at the Newman M. E. church at 11 o'clock, being conduct ed by Rev. Melville T. Wire. F. A. Terry, representing the Kqultable Savings and loan Associa tion of Portland, Is In the city. Join the Klks Carmen Powder." Sabln has It. D. IV. Jones and James Manuel, ac companied by C. H. Ernst. Stanton Rowell and At .Martlnean. went to Medford last night where Messrs .Tone and Manuel were Initiated In to the Elks lodge. Four Medford citizens also joined the lodse at the meeting. WlUard storage battery, service station, SI 4 North Sixth St. 17tf Dr. M. R. Britten and family, who have spent the pant month In Long Beach, and other California' points returned last night, having made the entire trip by auto. WlUard storage battery service station. 314 North Sixth St. lTtf IkiincinK .'arty Waldorf Hall Saturday night. 40 Trip to Crater Lake A. B. Cornell, accotnpuuiod by Mr. and Mrs. J. G. line!, and Mrs. M. Barton of Dos Moines, Iowa, return ed last night from a trip to Crater Lake. Mrs. Barton is a guest at the Imel home, but will leave this even ing for points north. Office Oikmi 1 will bo in my office ready for work Mouday morning. August 11. Dr. M. R. Brtlten. 40 Mrtrrtrtge Llccnue A mar r (age license was Issued at the county clerk's office to E. K. Carlson and Nellie C llolman. both of Wolt Creek. lUipUNt People Picnic Members of the ladles' society ot the Baptist church enjoyed a pleas ant afternoon at the park yesterday, tholr husbands Joining them tn the evening for a -picnic diner. All re-! ported havlg had a Jolly time. j Will Prench at Pro volt j Dr. J. A. m. Fry, of Berkeley, Cal., 1 who has been holding meetings at the Williams Methodist church will preach at Provolt Sunday afternoon, 1 August 10. at 3:30 o'clock. Service In grove near the O. H. Fields ranch. Grain on ow Crcok H. Jones, who was here the first of the week looking over prospects with a view to bringing his thrash ing rig here, estimates that there are In the neighborhood of 9.000 bu shels or grain to be threshed tn this vicinity. Clondulo News. - Kxcumlon listen to Const j Crants Pass to Crescent City, by! easy riding cars, for $7.50. Grants', Pass and Crescent City Stage com- i pany. Phone 36. 74tfj Constipation upsets the entire sys tem -CaUSinr seriona fllnaaajia tA ihi human family. Don't worry Hollis-1 tert Rocky Mountain Tea will drive ' out constipation, regulate the bowels, j tone the stomach, purify, cleanse. ' Without fall give It a! thorough trial. AVOID INTERNATIONALISM SAYS GENERAL WOOD Santa Fe, N. M.. Aug. 8. "The armies of America," declared Ma jor General Leonard Wood, in a speech following the conferring of a medal by the state of New Mexico at the capitol here yesterday, "will never go to war at the mandate of any foreign nation, nor group of na tions." General Wood urged national pre paredness as a steadfast policy, de claring lack ot it is "not humanity, but brutality." liummago Side at 418 U Left over clothes, shoes and some additional things will be reasonably sold Saturday at 1 p. m. at the Sal vation army hall on G street. Baud Concert Tonight The regular Friday night band concert will be given tonight at the railroad park. There has 'been a fine program arranged hy Dire-tot John H. Williams. It is respectful ly requested that those who hear the concert from their automobiles do not start their engines to chug ging while The Star Spangled Ban ner is being played by the band. Such acts 'are as unpatriotic as standing with your hat on in a! thea ter during the playing of our na tlonal air. E r - ' - t T...ir,- n wm Ike wbll LAY Porta Power does the work of many men. LAY Porta Power is a mechanical farm hand. Instantly applied to your automobile any make it converts your car from a pleasure car to a real asset to you. Nothing to get out of order. Guaranteed not to injure car or tires. Manufactured and guar anteed by a $2,500,000.00 corporation, the largest of its kind in the world. Place it under your car put on the belt start your automobile engine and make it saw your wood cut your ensilage run your churn your pump jack your feed mill every belted implement that needs power. Ask us about LAY Porta Power Saw Rig Porta Saw, Porta Pump, LAY Porta Farm Light, LAY Milking Machine and the many other LAY Farm Implements come in for a demonstration. C. A. WINETROUT The Implement Man The Josephine county teachers' training school will begin a three weeks' session next Monday, August 11, at the high school building, commencing at 9 a. m. County Superintendent Alice M. Bacon has spared no effort to make this school a success. She spent three weeks at the Humboldt state normal school, studying the latest approved methods of Instruction In elementary grades, and (brings back with her 'Prof. Jenkins of that school to 1e one of the instructors. Teachers' salaries have been ad vanced the past year and school of ficials are demanding that better teaching be done. They have a right to demand this, and any teacher who falls to fit herself to do better teaching cannot expect to Te consid ered as progressive. This school ta1es the place of a three days' Institute and all teach ers of rural schools in Josephine county are expected to attend. While designed especially for teachers, any one wishing to avail themselves of. the Instruction given will be re ceived. An enrollment fee of II is reouir- ed by the law. No other charges will j be made except for material used. i 1r. Strieker Appointed Dr. Fred's D. Strieker has receiv ed his Rpiwintment as medical ex aminer tor Josophlne county of all service beneficiaries coming under the bureau of war risk Insurance. This work Is In charge of the IT. S. public health service. The Doctor has received his examination blanks. Utun Social at Wlldervllle ! The Ladles aid of Wllderville will Ive a lawn social Saturday night. ugust 9, at the home of 'Mr. and j Irs. Sheehan. Peachos and cream, and cake will be served. 39 lllshoo Hughe Coming 'Bishop Matt. S. Hughes of the Portland area of the Methodist Epis copal church will visit Omnia Pans op Monday evening. AugUBt 18. and win speak in .Newman church. Bish op Hughes Is a very fine speaker and and an eminent man In religious circles. 'He is to make a tnur nt Souther Oregon, speaking also in Ashland, Medford and TlnHetiiirp The general public will be Invited to hear him. He resides In Pm-tunn and his area consists of the Metho dist churches In Oregon. Washington and parts of Idaho. ml ELEAY'S Soap Dyes ALL COLORS 10c KLKAY STRAW HAT DYE ALL COLORS 25c ELKAYS STRAW CLEANER 10c PITMAN8 FADELESS DYE 10c PITMAN'S DRY CLEANEAR CLEMENS Bells Drags and Books 0)Y THEATRE TONIGHT unci TOMOKHOW Lila Lee in 'Puppy Love' IMU you ever won der how Homo glrlM get all their beaux? It is u funny thing take Lila Lee, she's Just little country girl in glnglmm and a minlHnnet, and yet he ha a string of - sweethearts long enough to reach from her house to the cross-roads. How doe (the do It? It's a se cret! Want to know? II M If Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew . to. ' "Harold, The Last - of The Saxons" AUTUMN AND WINTER 1919-1920 woolen samples have arrived direct from our tailors The assortment of hundreds of woolens would le eonsidered unusually attractive and comprehensive under normal conditions, and un der the prevailing unusual conditions is truly a remarkable line in every particular. Cass inters bid fair to he decidedly popular, fancy, smooth faced, silk-decorated and flannel effects being well represented. l-'ine unfinished worsteds, mixtures, twists and fancy silk-decorations; clear finished worsteds, plain or silk decorated; also bright Cheviots offer a wido range of assortment. Pftlfirc Browns In ariuus new shades; t) irons lu VUlUlO pijjn and fancy mixtures;, irrlcloment or lo lonod effects; (;ru of nil shades; and an exten sive KSortun.iit of the cvor-popiilur Ilium Sxrgns. PaffPfTK Include stripes in a variety of I allClUa ,-heoks. and ululued plaids. Win widths, neat plaids. Whatever your choice, there will be a fulirlc of superior nallty, excellent service and utmost value, for your preferment. TODAY'S THE DAY for you to come in and select your choice of entire line of new and exclusive Autumn and Winter woolens: leave your order and delivery will be arranged to suit your own convenience. Prices to Suit Your Purse Geo. S. Calhoun ti Street Fifteen Year l,ornl lentrr Bargains in White Wash Skirts. Piqua, Duck and Poplin MRS. E. REHKOPF Bargains In Porch Furniture See Our Window Holman's Furniture Store 605 O street, opposite Band Stand After the IrtgRci W. iH. IMarls, of thn I)IoIokI''uI sur vey, or bureau, Ih In the city today looking over the valley In company with C, D. Thompson, county agent. Mr. Marls Is Interested In rodent control work and Is making speclnl efforts to eradicate diggers and go phers from government owned tod,' afklnVi 4a .tint mqAaiI arlth nnl.nn 3. v ' the farmers. cor, who tins Just returned from two years mervlce overseas In the a'rmy,' were murrlod at the Crants 'Pass ho tel at 4 o'clock yetarday, Rev, C. M. Cllne officiating. Only relatives of the hrlde and groom were pres ent. Thoy left 1n the evening for a trip to Bugnne, where they will prohahly wake their home. DoniHon Hums the Ibal J. H. Denlson and Jessie - M. Smith of Crants Pans arrived at the Hotel Holland at 10 o'clock last night having made a flying auto trip from lAnbuckle, Oal., which place theyleft Wednesday morning. This time Is considered noteworthy as the dlRtance Is 298 miles. Medford Tribune. Miirrled Yesterday " Miss lArle Ootcher, of Williams, and 'Rowland D. Anderson, of -rla- lUill IViun to Brooking . The Crants 'Pass Imsolwll team will go to Brookings next Sunday to play a team at that iplace. The ball game will be preceded by a 4lg cele bration Saturdny and a dunce Satur day night. Ernest und lon Fry, two of the mainstays of the Grants ,Pa,s team, expert to go from Brookings to San iFranclsco, whore thoy will' remain Indefinitely. nowv HUTiWro Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. - Hun, Wednesday morning, a sou.