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QUANTS PASS DAtLT COURIER
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Where you can put your trust.
Where you know It will be sate.
Where you can get it when you want it.
Where It will yield the utmost benefit.
This Bank's success rests upon Its fidelity to the trust ot Us pa-trons.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
Have You Heard
That Lullaby ot Long Ago.
Weeping Willow Lane,
Lonesome, That's All,
Sunshine and Rain,
End of a erfect "Day Peace
By the ampflre.
And the Other High Grade
songs which are so popular
now? Dome in and try them
over. "30 cents each.
Music and Photo Hon
507 BOO G St,
lCHve for Seattle
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Thompson, ac
companied "by ..Mr. and Mrs. George
Coffenberry. left yesterday tor Port
land and Seattle, to be absent About
two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
will proceed to' Seattle, during
which time Mr. and Mrs. Coffenberry
will visit in Portland.
Whipple Is "Some Shot"
Mrs. W. A. Whipple has received
a letter from her son, Melvin, stat
ing that he had killed a' large bear
within two miles ot 'Astoria. The
bear, when dressed, weighed 352
pounds. It was killed with a .22 cal
Ibre high -power rifle, and when the
bear's head was skilled it was dis
covered that all five shots could be
covered with a! dollar.
PER52NAL tB LOCAL
Kotice to the Public
J. E. .Bartlett is not working for
s. Any inquiries concerning our
electrical service will be promptly
looked after by Mr. Cunningham or
Hr. Paul. Paul's Electric Store,
Bedford. Oregon. 7
Want Men tor Signal Corps
Paul J. iBauer, in charge of the
local recruiting station. Is iu receipt
ot a letter from the war department,
stating that efforts are 'being made
to secure men for the signal corps.
Men with a common school education
or better, are wanted, who wish to
learn one of tht following trades:
Radio operators, Morse telegraph
operators,, telegraph and telephone
linemen, telegraph and telephone
operators and repairers, electricians,
switchboard operators and cable
splicers. Further information yito
be had at the local recruiting office.
J. .P. Morse, who spent a few days
at home here, returned to Kegg, Cal.
Vetch seed and vetch and oaU at
Mrs. G. P. Jester spent yesterday
In Med font.
Pont forget your invitation card
tonight at K. and U ot 3. social. 74
G. M. Flint la spending his vaca
tion In Klamath Full.
Edison Mazda Lamps at Harper's
Electrlo Store. 75
W. 8. Maxwell spout yesterday In
W.- L. Smith left this morning tor
Marehflcld to spend several days on
Have you an Invitation card tor
the social given tonight by the K.
and I ot ST 74
Mrs. J. S. Parson, ot Ashland, Is
spending the day with her sister,
Mrs. Geo. S. Calhoun.
lynn Sabln left last night tor Cor-
vallls lo begin his senior year at the
O. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Campbell, of
Rogue River, are in town, for the
Wlllard storage battery service
station, 314 North Sixth St. lTtf
George Williams left lost night
tor Corvaltls where he will attend
O. A. C.
J. C. Hunter, of Klamath Falls,
who has been here on business, re
turned to his home today.
A collie pup or a well broke sheep
dog Is wanted by Winetrout Bros. 75
Win. 'Albright, formerly of Grants
Pass, arrived this morning from
Vancouver, Wash., to spend a few
days on business.
Fruit Jars at Cramer Bros. 77
Mr. and (Mrs. V. A. Marshall, of
Myrtle Creek, and J. B. Rossy. of
Portland, arrived this morning to
spend their vacation In the vicinity.
Teh-gallon kegs, 40 and 50 gal
lon barrels tor sale at Homing's. 74
Deputy Sheriff Lister and F. L.
Coon made a trip to Wolf Creek to
day, on business connected with the
Vetch seed and vetch and oats at
Oregon and Star Theatres
" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
. ALLAX HOLl 'BAR'S PHOM tTlOX
A KOMAXCK OK THK GREAT WAK A STOKV OK
PASSKTH ALL rXIKUSTAXll.G
In the City of Washington, D. C.
congregated tlie moot brilliant newspaper "" from ;ll the lien v.
papers of this country... The other evening they nil saw
, "THK HKAKT OK HI MAXITY"
&f)e Picture That Will Live Forever
and here's the combined unanimous opinion of these brilliant men
on thlH production. KKAD!
"Your representative honored the Press Club last night with th?
first Washington presentation of "The Heart of Humanity." I want to
tell you how it was received. We have had everything in the way of a
show and everything In the way of a celebrity at the Press Club from the
'Duke of Connaught ( who is the King's brother!, and "The Birth of a .
Nation" and President Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt and .Jim Jeffer
les down to our own local police chief; and of course Hie club Is n:tli;r
finicky about entertainments. Well today I hear all over town:
"Positively that was the GKKATKST thins I ever
saw at the Press t lull." . '
', Yours very truly.
Mrs. Frank Howell, of Provolt,
was iu Grants Pass. yesterday.
Ivan. Howell returned today from
Mrs. M. D. Merrlman, ot Modford,
win in Grants Pass today.
Mrs. J. O. Reeder.jot Rogue River,
was In town today.
Mrs. John K. Carlson weut lo Mod
ford this afternoon.
Mrs. Matilda Harvey returned this
morning from Gold Hill.
Vetch seed and vetch and oats at
Miss Verna Taggart went to Kegsr.
Mrs. S. C. iMarttn, ot Glendule.
who has been here for medical treat
ment, returned to her home today.
Kdlson Mauds Lamps at Harper's
Electrlo 9tore. 75
Mrs. W. R. Peterson, of Rogue
River, was In Grants Pass shopping
A. K. Kellogg, ot Gold 'Hill, made
a 'business trip to Grants Pass to
day. llrlng your Invitation card and a
smile to the K. and U ot S. social
aud dance tonight. 74
Mrs. L E. San tee and two chil
dren left this morning tor Sutherlln,
where they will spend the winter.
Henry Speaker, ot Wolf Creek,
who spent yesterday here, returned
to his home today.
Wlllard storage; battery" service
station, 314 North Sixth St. 17tf
C. A. Nichols, of Junction City,
who visited his sister, Mrs. W. tt.
Batman, and a brother. Merle Nich
ols, left today for his home.
W. T. Eddy, the engineer In
charge of the road work on Hays
Hill, returned Wednesday from a
business trip to Portland.
Kdlson Ma'cda iAmps at Harper's
Electrlo Store. 75
Mrs. 11. B. Olson and son. Oris,
and Jonn Olson and family arrived
last night from Dorrls, Cal., and
will spend the winter here.
8. S. Alorey and two sons came
over yesterday from Crescent City
and left today for Glendaln, where
they will remain. Mrs. Morey, who
Is now at' Myrtle Creek will Join
.Dew Coats, new Sweaters
Hew rials on Display
MRS. E. REHKOPF
Knight Templar Meeting
Special meeting of Mellta Com
mnndery, Knlshta Templar tonight.
Conferring of the order of the Red
Two Shows 7 and 9
Admission 25c and fiOc
Matinee at 2:itO
Admission l.c and 35c
One Show Each Night
Admission 20c and 40c
TUC LlCQDT Ul IMOMITV
Allan Uolubartajpor Production
Knnce nt Tokilimi
Saturday night, September 27.
Music furnished by .Wilson's orclies
(liango at Hotel (liirkc
John Close has leased and Is now
conducting the Clarke hotel nt Glen
dale. The hungry cpmmers'ial men
hope he won't lie too close.
Excursion I'.ntes to Const
Grants Pass to Crescent City, by
easy riding cars, for $7.50. Grants
Pass and Crescent City Stage com
pany. Phone 28. 74tf
You'll Never Mis
The tlmo or money It costs at
Murphy Saturday night, but you'll
miss some dandy Misses If you nils
It. ' 74
Tourist Gets O.' At C. IjiniU
Ardie 'Miller and wife pf Benton,
III., on a western trip by automobile
visited Josephine county and the
Oregon caves. While at the caves
tiiey heard of a piece of O. & C.
lands on the Williams . road about
five miles from this city, and they
immediately took steps to secure the
land, 160 acres, and will make their
home on It. Their 8-year old
daughter is yet In the east but Mrs
Miller Is expecting to return this
fall for her. Mr. Miller was In the
service with the headquarters de
tachment, 4th ammunition train, as
motorcycle dispatch rider.
It's a joy to clean your teeth
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io.1 (i street
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Every purchase you make here has first been bought rlgot
You are getting full value in trading with us.
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