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f.KAXTH I'ASS HAII.Y COIIUKH PACK THREE When chool. The Bell Mings When The School Bell Rings Remember that we can supply all of your school require ments. School books, tablets, pencils, ink, pens, etc. We have the special high school books this year. National Drug Store Grants Pass Hardware Is then September cornea so soon? Full time doth vacation ne'er abide) While yet it seems but summer noon. When teachers and students are back to In order to make the most of the school season, we suggest that you come in and look over our tools and Manuel Training supplies. Demaray School Supplies Headquarters for School Books I'or tho Grades nnd High School The IK'Nt Yulmw In Ink nnd IVnril Tablet Nate nnil CompotdtWn Hooks .V-lOo Amulla Ink Tahlcts Old Quality nnd County 11)0 A flood Self-Filler, Xon-lrfNiknhle Fountain Pen, $1.50 Clemens Sells Drugs and Books SCHOOLS 0 TY REOPE Heavy Enrollment Is Expected Important Instructions Frou City Superintendent Imel List of City and Rural Teachers Selected 'Die r n-ni. Indication are that I tht re -ilm ration of tfio Grants !:iss I Hfho'iM at (he o)enlii IM-xt Monday will he over the juikI two J'earH Hack to tho nchool" Hhould he tin, motto of very child, for now tmd now only Is the time to j-'ot an education. K erythlnir iowl!le Is hoinic dune to render the htiildinns sanitary nnd the janitor will present clean hulld lnii to tin- teachers njid pupils next Monday. . Co. Acord I ni to a law panned by the last le.;lslaturn all children Ifi year." j and iimler tniist 1o In s hool. and j all children between tho anon of h and IS who have not finished the I sth tirade must lie In school. If em ployed, they must have a child labor certificate anil must attend school part of tho time. Every effort will ho nmdfl to nee that this law Is en forced. Parents, puardlans and em ployers ore responsible. There In a mistaken Idea that children cannot enter school except at tho bcirlnnlnu. Children mav en- school. ter at itny ilme except those In thel'111 e I111 In. In the main, at the 1H entering school for tho flrt jopenlnic of this ter::i. The present time. Tho lfl's must enter within l,lan- however. Is to have the Sth the flntt three weeks or wait until I fg.de class at leas' 'i?e Its old books, the en!nif of tho next semester. I J. G. I.MKL, The law requires that children must' Superintendent City Schools. THAI 'II KltS OK IMSTItUT Senior lllnh School .Myron t Gaston, principal. Uiura Thomas (iunnell, Asst. prin cipal. KniMlsh, Physics, training Kthel K. Parent, commercial dtiart ment. Wilda V. Count, science. Edith lnihlherK, KiiKlish, Uitin and Spanish. Maraaret Sinclair, history, French, English. Vcre M. Murray, art, home econo mics, junior and senior high schools. (lien I. W'ardrip, mnnunl training, junior and senior hlnh schools. Nlel Allen, innthematlcs, history, athletics, science. .lunlor High School Anna Blanche Crane.prlnclpnl. KiiK lish, music. Cora A. Smith, arithmetic, art. .Minnie A. VIkus, history. Grace Green, literature, reading, li brary, art. Irene Milliard, penmanship, spelling, When the Bank Door Opens Come in and open an account with , The Grants Pass Commercial MY AND N ON MONDAY attend school every d;iy that school ' 1,1 "lon. The police will wait .... i 1 1 .i ... .. t ...... of the term' iii':i' n'i uj uiw;ie itlilK la'.v. It Is an injustice to the iv II increase l . child a4 well n to the toaoher for the ijillil to' he kept out. of school. The child ux'iully '.-.vis n'. he can do lo kee;i up and a few las' alienee may result In his fnlliire at the end of tin- term. Ac online to lh- preitojit arranc ineniN. tho Fourth Ward school will liHVe only the 115 and 2B classes. Other grades In that district will at tend the Kherslde. school and the 'ir Uih school, 'hildren fhould not purchase their hooks before entering school, as it '""' hfi l'ORBible to save some classes from purchasing new books the first somiwter or till they have finished tho old books that they now have. Since the exchange price on books is so low, and tHe it! e of new books has advanced, every effort will be made to save the natrons additional expense. The above Is due to the fact that the textbooks have been chanced this year ttud the new books XO T. (ilt.WTS ss physical training for junior high and elementary school?. Nora Anderson, g v'raii. , tvr'.e.;!- ture. civics. East School Nellie II. Woodward, principal, Gth .urR.de. Mlanche I. Williams, th and 5th grades. Marietta Martin, 5th grade. Josephine Palmer, 4th grade. Margaret Sage. 3rd grade. Alice M. Pool. 2nd grade, l.lta G. Waters, 1st grade. Itiverside School Kathryn ltyan, pr!fi.lpal. 6th grade. Jessie A. Mordoff. r.th and 6th grades. Sylvia E. Wise. 4th grade. Winifred Paddock, 3rd grade. Blanche Morey, 2nd grade. Hatlie Montgomery, 1st grade, lxilita W. Dunn, 4th and 5th grades. Fourth Ward Ruby Best, IB and 2nd grades. (Continued on pan-? 7.) Banking Company -:- Savings When the School Bell Rings The children will need new shoes all round. We know we can surely supply just what you want, for we make a specialty of shoes for boys and girls. If ever they needed good shoes it's in the fall winter coming on weather liable to change any moment. Keep their feet dry and warm; it's cheaper than paying doctor bills. Let us show you our superior line of all solid leather shoes. The GOLDEN RULE When the School Bell Rings Does your child hang back and dread to start? There may be a OAl'SE. Perhais he is not learning as rapidly as yon would like him to, and he knows It But perhaps he CAN'T HELIJ IT. Send him to us and let ns examine his eyes. Thousands of children ha,ve weak or defective eyes. In that condition It is torture tor them to study continuously. . r Give the chill a SQt'ARE DEAL. If you demand a task of him, see that he is fitted for the task. Glasses ground to fit any condition of eye defect, and we guarantee satisfaction. Letcher Son We have shoes, coats and all the necessary wearables for the be ginning of school and are working with and for the purchaser to keep prices as reason able as possible. E. FIRTH CLOTHES FOR MEN Hart, Schaffner & Marx at HarchaiTner 5 G WANTS PASS. OWliGON If Men Wear It, We Have It