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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
MOMMY, .trut'NT II, ll.
flUIIS PASS DM DUD
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A. E. VOORHIKS, . Pub. ui Propr.
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y mail or carrier, per yaar..t.00
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nt all im diaDatchaa credited to tt
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TO KNOW THAT VK SK1.1,
riCKLKS, OUVhS, UKIJSH AX1) OHOV
IV S.MAIJi MK1H M AM) KtlUiK
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Quality and Service .
MONDAY, AIGVST 11, 191.
Showers, cooler northwest
f and east portion; Tuesday lair,
warmer Interior and west por-
Won. Moderate westerly winds.
MONEY OX THE FARM
'. Money, actual cold hard cash, Is
about as useful on a farm as a good
disc harrow or a reaper and binder
would be in a bank. Old SI Tuttie
used to tell a tale about a farmer
of the old school who always kept
several thousand dollars around the
house because it "might come in
handy Borne day." Jfobody ever
found the money come In 'handy un
til a prowling tramp one night ne
gotiated the woodshed roof and a
back window, and the cash became
what Old SI called "a total loss with
so insurance." 81 used to say that
no farmhouse was ever built with a
eafe deposit vault.
A bushel of seed corn Is no earth
ly use to anybody if it is simply put
4n a bag and stowed away. To get
results out of that seed it must be
put where it will work where it can
grow. Good rich ground is the only
-cafe place for seed corn if you want
to get results.
You can't get results out of money
fey keeping it in your pocket, in a
stocking, in a wallet, or in a bed.
Money will work and money will
grow but it will only work and grow
when it is put in the proper place.
The rclaee for monev is in business.
In solid, safe, sound, reliable bus
iness, either an individual business
or the business of the nation. Safe
ly invested money will bring prompt
and adequate returns in the form of
Interest. That Is why the govern
ment is offering every American the
opportunity to put himself on the
vari t financial InnanonrlAn,. hv
nvesting his savings in War Sav
ngs Stamps and Treasury Savings
Certificates, an absolutely safe in-
esiuieui guarameeu uy iuq govern
Money laying around the farm is
total loss. You can't spend it In
he woodlot or the south meadow.
ui u io wuriv louy war ottvingn
con and oigarets, if only they can
get away with it.
It will be thj Job ot the allies for
the next 40 years to see how low
they can reduce the percentage of
getting away with it.
The automobile tourists catch
more of the spirit as well as more
dust of the west than those who
travel by train. It does those city
chape good to get out once in a
while and chew a little old fashion
ed country dust, unadulterated bv
gas and oil.
A new way baa been found to get
rid of undesirable aliens. Thousands
of them are returning to the old
country because they can no longer
get their booze in ITucle Sam's do
main. The law is doubly good.
J, CARNEGIE PUSSES
wno dies possesed of millions of
available wealth which was free and
In his bauds ready to be distributed.
will die disgraced."
And along the some line he said:
"Among the saddest of all spec
tacles to me is that of an elderly
man occupying his last years grasp
iug for" more dollars."
There are two Cartlelo "Rifts"
which will be generally forgotten.
since they were never accepted. It
was reported" that he antlimporlalism
prompted him to offer Il'u.IOO.OOO
to tne united States government if
it would turn over the Phlllipplneg
to the nUives for self-government.
Later when the'questton of "What
shall we do with our ex-presidents?"
was widely discussed. Carnegie's Im
agination solved the problem. He
ofTered to support them on a 2o,000
pension every year so long as they
lived, and dothe same for their wid
ows so long as they remained un
married. The proposition was frown
ed upon, and dropped.
(Continued from page 1)
later extended similar benefactions
to several foreign countries.
One of his latest and greatest
ideals was the abolition of war..' a
hope that he cherished in the fare
of international conflicts, lie gave
$10,000,000 toward and internation
al peace fund, and built the peace
palace at The Hague, which was ded
icated in 1913. He gave $750,000
for the bureau of American republics
at 'Washington. .
"Labor, capital and business abil
ity are the three legs of a three-legged
stool; neither is first, neither is
second, neither is third; there is no
precedence, all being equally neces
sary. He who would sow discord
among the three is an enemy to all."
"The day is coming, and already
we gee it diwn, in which the man
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to the neighbors and friends
i for kindness shown durinir the Ill
ness and death of our son, Harold:
MR. and MRS. H. A. VYIJR and
t'Altli OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness and beautiful floral
offerings during the illness and
death of our beloved mother. Sarah
MINA J. WIMfcJR.
At L. JOHNSTON.
S. B. STRINGER.
J. W. STRINGER.
J. C. STRINGER.
W. s. string.
Trade Acceptances, book of 50, $1
STEALING THE BACON
The Germans are up to their old
nding American bacon in Germany
districts where It could hardly
VA 4wAti nwviirori tn o Mrtmaia
anner. They have been dlscover-
g plots for the stealing of food
torn France and the American
my. This is no small matter of
e taking of one Bide of bacon here
there by a family who had not
good bacon for fire years. It
conspiracy to steal It Iby whole
and sell it where it will bring
pne of the findings of the investi-
lors waa a German freight car
a false top ' concealing thou-
tis of clgarets. Other thousands
found at another; time covered
coaf In a Jncomotive tended .
Spartan morality which con
ed thieving a virtue unless It
found out seems to have rein-
ted among the Germans. iAny-
wlll go, from raiding Belgium
killing its babies to stealing ba-
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Gf ants Pass Hardware C
The first aunuul VUro'M Gather
ing" for Josephine county which was
conducted iby the American Sunday
Sehool unlou and waa held in the
Winonu district on Sunday was well
attended and a large crowd from
Grunts IPnss represented the Sunday
schools from this city. At the morn
ing service there were a number of
good talks Interspersed with music
ami In the afternoon Rev. Melville
T. Wire gave the address while a
number of local people gave selec
tions of music. All took their picnic
dinners und at noon, through the
kindness ot the ladles of Winona
coffee and cream were served with
the east which were arranged in
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. V. il,. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. M.
R. nritton and two boys, Mr. and
Mrs. V. A. Griffin. IMr. and Mrs. F.
G. Isham. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Calhoun,
Mr. and Mrs 4on Huntley and two
children. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Dukes.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pratt, Mr. and
Mrs. N. R. Towusend, Rev. and Mrs.
Melville T. Wire, Mrs. N. F. Clem
ents, Mrs. W. II. Nipper. Mrs. Sam
Ellis, Mrs. lteekwltli, Mlstse -Kssle
Nipper, Edna' Houck. Josephine
Isham, Elizabeth Fifteld. Frances
Wiley, Helen Kills, Pnnspy Dukes,
Rulh Pratt. Clara Trefren, Dora C.e-
bers. llattle Gebers. Eka nolier
Frelda Oebers, Josephine Palmer.
Blanche Crane, E. ,U Calbralih. Viv
ian Ishuni, and Messrs. Harvey Ish
am. Ernest Calhoun. Clifford Nell,
Dean Warren, W. A. Trefren. C. G.
Houvk, Georne Pratt. Until Gebers.
J. M. Isham and Xorrilan Kendall.
Constipation upset the entire sys
tem causing serious Illnesses to the
human family. Don't worry Hollls
ter't Rocky Mountain Tea will drive
out constipation, regulate the bowels,
tone the stomach, purify, cleanse.
Without tall give It a' thorough trial.
: nu il i
is vacuum packed by special
process which preserves its
strength and rich flavor
The most economical
coffee you can buy.
Remember Our Guarantee
BUY THE FIVE POUND CAN
AND SAVE MORE MONEY
Elide Ferguson the beautiful and
talented Artcraft star was the fea-
tured attraction at the Joy theater
last night In her latest photo play,
"The Marriage lrice." Many who
saw it last nlgbt acclaimed it the
greatest of Miss Ferguson's pictures
all agree that it la one of the bet
that she has done.
Adapted from Grlswold Wheeler's
story of the same name It tellH of
the career of Helen Tretn'alne, a
beautiful society girl, suddenly re
duced from the greatest wearltlt to
the most abject poverty. Her suit
ors are many and the propositions
that come to her ears front all sides
make ber head turn.
Tho path that Helen chooses Is
far from the right one nt first.
Among her suitors site Is unable to
distinguish the dross from the gold
and Bhe only has it revealed to her
after a sequence of 'highly entertain
ing episodes have been developed.
The climax Is one of those rare occa
sions that offers the spectator a real
tnnll. The .Marriage Price was
adapted to the screen by Eve I'nsell,
one of the most accomplished of sce
nario writers, who, by the way, was
the author of Miss Ferguson's lust
picture while the direction of the
work was again in charge of Einll
FOR SALE At a bargain one
horse power gasoline engine
wood saw, all "ready to run.
54, Merlin, Ore.
WE DO all kinds of plain
301 C street.
ARE YOU a successful salesman
working among farm trade? Or
are you ambitious to become one?
Do you want to earn $250 to 3f0
a month, wholesaling groceries to
farmers? Steady demand. Yearly
repeater. Same territory. Car re
quired. H. aiuntlrig, Box 2090,
Portland, Oregon. 62
FOR SAiLB Extra fine
blackberries, $1.25 for
crate. Deliveries Tuesdays
Thursdays. 'R. F. D. No. 1
11, Chas. W. iLambrecht.
1 6 box I
Big Bens and Baby Bens
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. P. Time Inspector
.'Next dmir Flrn National Itaak
Don't let your children suffer. If
they are fretful, peevish, puny or
cross, give them Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea a harmless but safe
laxative for children. 35c. Sabln's
Drug Store, 'Adv.
"Agents Authority to Sell" 'book
of 50 blanks, 50c, Courier office. ,
Fabric and Cords All Sizes
C. L. HOBART CO.
To The Motoring Public
We wlh to announce that we have opened up a new
and up-to-date shop and Invite everybody to count und
look It over. We have the best equipment on the mar
ket, have air that is ftvo from all oil and water and
is on tap at all hours under the shade of the old fir
tree. You are welcomo to use what you want.
Our oils and groases are tho bent money can buy, and
are sold under a money back ituursntoc. We have a
xervlco buttery to fit any car. And If your electric
system Is out of order we have tho talilK for It. Jut
for the batteries wo have It stored In Inriis qiiitntlllnii.
Vourt fr Hcrvlco
T ATI ON
t T7m jtWRIGLEYSTiri
f Iff I EsE&22 X
took for All In sealed
the name: V J packages.
H ' rKr He,M wpetlte ' IS
i If anl ,laes,lon W
m f Tl,ree fl'wrt. In
LI O not enough to make
YRIGLEYS stood, we
must KEEP It stood until
you net It
Hence the sealed package
preserving the delicious con
tentsthe beneficial goody.
The Flavor Lasts
'Zi KEPT RIGHT
Jl h i Li .vSSSST
SEALED TIGHT r"H
JOB PRINTING SEAP.y DONE 1? THE COURIER OFFICE