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GRANTS PASS DAILY COUUKH
lIl'IUtUAY. JI NK 1U, 101
Man Is a
Bundle of Habits
Some mon smoke from hahit and
Mime from habit do not suiukn. Tlirjr
have no roiurlonc on the subject
either way. ..Vi do many things
first from principle and ktp on do
ing them until they become a lutbit.
SAVING MONEY IS A HABIT
SPENDING MONEY IS A HAHIT
it the saving habit -Open an nc
count with us
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
HfehaSY S TE MSM
I. O. O. F. to Glendalo
All Oddfellows wishing to go to
Glen dale on Saturday evening June
14th, 1919, will please notify the
committee, W. D. Fry or Ralph
Davis, by Friday evening, June IS.
Also those wtio have cars will notify
T. Y. DEAN. Secy. 91
Exclusive agents for Josephine
county for the famous Royal electric
vacuum sweeper and cleaenr. Grants
Pass Hardware company. 93
Four students returned this morn
ing from Corvallis to spend he sum
mer vacation at home. Others will
be coming during the week. Those
who came this morning were Miss
Helen Bobieln, Alias Zella Jackson
Iijun Sabin, and Harold White of
Community Service Today
Salvation Army hall, S p. m. All
PER52NdL 55 LOCAL
J, E. Turnbull of Eugene Is. I" the
city lor the day.
You'll be pleased try us once
and see developinit and printing.
Sabin the Druggist. 91
J. H. Williams left last nlsht on
a trip to Stockton, Calif.
A Thirsty battery won't quit until
it is ready to die and it'll Mo that
without giving you warning. Give it
a drink every week. IJttle Ampere
at the Battery Shop. 91
Miss Wilkinson left the firm of
the week for St. 1-oiils Mo., where
she will visit , her mother and
Anttco films are the very best.
Sabin the Druggist. 91
" The Past Noble Grand Club will
meet Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. Marguerite Itratton,
712 1-awnrldne (Ave. The hostesses
are Mrs. Dora Cleveland and- Mrs.
N. F. Clement.
Mrs. J. E. 1 1 a I r and daughter.
o be present at the U. of O. com
mencement. Miss Hair Is a mem-
Tlietie Are PtvulUr Ihiys
But unless the snap shots taken !
are properly developed and printed
there is little satisfaction in taking!
them. Bring us your films. You j
will be pleased with the result and j
with each dollar's worth of work
you get an enlargement free. Sahln j
oil fibtr cs
The Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet feel
it leaves your face cool and refreshed.
The convex edge of the Gem Damaskeene
Blade fairly glides across your face removing
the toughest stubble and the tenderest growth
with velvet-like smoothness.
We tell the complete Gem Damaskeene Razor outfit for $L
The outfit includes the razor, teven Gem Damaskeene
Blades, shaving and itropping handle -all in a hand,
some leather caie. Com in and get jaw Gtm to-day 1
Sabin The Druggist
I'se Persian Secret for the Hands and Face
WHEN YOC "PAL" WITH A
you've got a "bunkle"
that remembers every
thing you want fo remem
ber and forgets all you
want to forget.
Kodak memories are intal
Our Kodak Man will show
you how that's what he
Is here for.
.Mimic and Photo House
807 509 a St.
ber of the 1919 graduating class,
and haWug aufttclent credits for
graduation, she spent tho pant two
months t home.
Mrs. E. U. Ihillurd went to Gluu
dale this morning to Join her hus
band who is employed at the 3. P.
Satisfactory developing and print
ing. Sabin the 'Druxglst. 91
J. N. Britten, the well known
miner from northern California left
last ii I glit for Wisconsin after spend
ing a few days at the Josephine. Mr.
Britten spoke highly of the service
at that prominent hostelry.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Horrmnn left
yesterday by automobile for Corval
lis where they will be Joined by their
son, Emmett, student at the O. A. C.
and will then go to Portland. They
were acromiwnlod by Miss Edna
Moore Baking Co
We deliver twice dally.
K. T, Meeting Tomorrow
Jtvgular monthly meeting of Me
Itta Commandery. Knights Templar,
Old You Know'.'
That June 14th was Flag Hay?
Yes, your flag and mine. The best
one there Is. Put one In the -window
-bet you can't do it without
thinking of tho Murphy dance 93
Exriimiou ttutra to ConM
Grants Pass to Crescent City, by
easy riding cars, for 17. .lO. Grants
Pass and Crescent City Stage com
pany. Phone 26. 74tf
Rev. Dr. H. F. -Iltidd. of West
China I'nlon I'nlverslty at Cheugtu,
China, will lecture at the Baptist
church tonight at S o'clock. Dr.
Kudd comes highly recommended
and this Is a rare privilege offered
the public. Admission free.
C. M. CM NR. Pastor.
At Waldorf hull. Saturday night.
n Joy Theater
LAST TIME TONIGHT
Louise M. Alcott's famous story
"The sweetest story ever told"
Friday and Saturday
"The Code of the Yukon"
"CUPID'S DAY OFF"
A Mack Sennett Comedy
Feeding Grants Pass
We'TS prepared for this Job by stocking our store
with the most carefully selected line of
Every commodity In our large stock was bought
with a view to giving our customers THE MOST POSSI
BLE FOIt THEIR MO.VEY.
Good, pure, energy-producing foods at moderate
prices these are what you always got at ,
J. PARDEE, Grocer
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
WALTER IX HLVES, DIRECTOR GENERAL OK RAILROADS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
(Line North of Ashland, Oregon)
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
OREGON, SHASTA MOUNTAIN
AND NORTHWEST RESORTS ,-
Plan now for a quiet summer vacation for yourself and the
family at the seaside or In the mountains special excursion fares
, now in effect for the summer.
Season Tickets from Grants Pass... $7.2(1
15 Day Tickets from Grants IPass 0.00
Special fares also in effect to Shasta iKetreat
and other Shasta Resorts
Season Tickets from Grants iPass 910.00
Season Tickets from Grants Pass $11. IX)
Corresponding fares from other points.
Tillamook County Beaches
Season Tickets from Grants Paae..... !... 19.80
Fare to Neah-Kah-Nle, ManzanLU and Bay
ocean slightly higher. Corresponding fares
from other points.
Special fares In effect to Columbia River
Beaohes, Mt, 'Rainier National Park, Yellow
stone National Park and Glacier National
Inquire: of Ticket Agent
JOHN M. SOOTT .
General passenger Agent
New House Aprons
All colors in Ginghams and Percale
MRS. E. REHKOPF
f tlio higlicKt Mtialiiinriit In Tailoring-
Our fiuarHiiteo Is Abmilulo SsUnfiu tlou
GEO S. CALHOUN
"Oil () Htreet
K'urlimlve ImI dealer
For sleeping comforts see the
Simmons Beds and Springs
displayed in the window at
Holman's Furniture Store
605 G street, opposite Hand Stand
at CHAUTAUQUA BUILDING
EVENING OF JUNE 18th
Tickets $1 and $1.50
For Schumann-Heink reserved seat tickets
write to J. H. Fuller, Ashland
Rubber Nozzle Comb
Switch at end of handle
Set of special tools for
cleaning walls, draperies,
Sold on easy payments
Take one out on trial
Rogue River Hardware Company
JOB PRINTING NEATLY DONE AT THE COURIER OFFICE