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DAILY HOQUB RlVhUl CUllUk.H
Till ItMDAY, KKITKMIlMl W. !
LOSES ffiff SHEEP
H. N. Parker, of Solma. last week
Bad the misfortune to lose eight
sheep la ft very peculiar manner fol
lowing the dipping or his (lock ot (0
sheep. The first day after they were
tipped one ot the animals ahowed
signs or tllneu and In the morning
it was dead. ' The other aeven died
in the field the same day. Me also
loat five hens that had been eating
off the carcases or the sheep. Other
chickens ahowed signs of sickness
put seem to be recovering.
Mr. Parker states that the direc
tions recommend using the sheep dip
in the proportion or Tl to 1. but he
ased BO to a, aa he had done on
Other occasions, and as many other
farmers have done without serious
r Mr. Parker brought sample of the
tip to Grants Pass for examination
and baa notified the county agricul
turist la the hope of learning the real
reason for the loea or his sheep.
e:;;gs back too
Panama. Sept. !. Although tbey
fled from California through Central
America to Venetuela to evade the
draft. Robert and Benjamin Uvlng
atone ot Loe Angeles, hat been ap
prehended by agent of, the American
government The men were arrested
while traveling la Venesuela with
tholr mother. They were under as
sumed name and had passports Is
sued In Ban Salvador. The Living
atones will be returned to California.
Los AngelM. Cal . '3v. ;C The
Livingstone family consisting of Na
than M. Livingstone and Matilda Liv
ingstone, the parents, three sons and
two daughters, formerly owned and
operated two shoe stores here and
occupied a handsome home. The
oldest son, Oeorge Washington Liv
ingstone, left for Cdsta Rica, before
the draft became effective; Robert
left after registering, and hie parents
were Indicted for having falsified hU
exemption claim affidavits. They
evaded arrest on the Indictment and
the remaining son, Benjamin, and
the two daughters, were arrested,
charged with having assisted In such
It waa found at that time that the
daughters and Benjamin all bad
passports to San Salvador. The man
waa required to deposit bis passport
and $10,000 bail for his appearance.
, The women's passports were also
called In, and each of them required
to give $2,500 bond. They abandon
ed the passports, forfeited their bond
and fled. They sold their properties
here before leaving. The federal au
thorities here Instituted a world vide
search for them.
Mrs. M. 8. Ryan, ot Riddle, spent
yeeterday In the city with friends.
Tomorrow Is ta day for the Chris
tian Bible school. Get a free tag. 73
Judge Gillette went to Portland
last night on business.
Miss Catherine Clemens left last
night tor Seattle, where she will at
tend the University of Washington.
Rev. U Myron Booter came up
from Medford today to conduct the
furreral services of Mrs. A. Bartlett.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wilder and
son arrived this morning from Sac
ramento for a ahort stay.
' Jesse 6hook went to Portland last
night to secure work In the ship
yards. Mr. and Mrs. Gabe, ot Thompson
Creek, were In the city yesterday on
D. 8. Weir, assistant superinten
dent of the Southern Pacific company
waa here on business from Portland
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Pelsel, of Mer
lin, were In the city yesterday. Mr.
Pelsel Is signal malntainer for the
Rer. O. A. Blair, or San Francisco,
secretary ot the board ot ministerial
relief ot the Presbyterian church, Is
in the city today.
Mrs. M. G. Woodson left this af
ternoon for Oakland, Cal., to visit
her sister, Mrs. M. C. Guff, during the
winter. ;.- .
Mr. and Mrs. Christy and daugh
ter. Mabel, were In from Selma yes
terday. Mr. Christy contemplates
moving to Grants Psss In the near
Patronise the Red Cross dinners
at the Chamber ot Commerce Friday
noon and Saturday noon. 7S
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 8wlnden left
this morning for Richardson Hot
Springs, Cal., In the hop of bene
rittlng Mr. Swlnden's health. He
haa been suffering for some weeks
from rheumatism. V
Mr. ani Mrs. Ceo. Hood, and baby
returned morning from port
land for r hort stay at home. Mr.
Mood la a -..mctural Iron worker and
has been transferred from Portland
to San 'Francisco. . '
J. H. Stephenson arrived this
moraine from Portland, with the ex
pectatlon of remaining and bringing
his family here later. Tbey spent
last winter here for the benefit ot
the daughter's health,
Mrs. Josle Messenger went to Port
land laat night tor a short stay. She
was accompanied by her son, 'Ray
mond, who will serve as mechanic's
helper, learning the machinist's
Hewing Room CIimhsI .
The Red Cross sewing rooms wit"
be closed tomorrow (Friday) after
noon on account ot the Red Cross
basaar and dinner.
lUmembvr the Pli
The Red Cross Basaar will be held
In the courthouse basement. 73
Sheriff to Ne bum-
Sheriff George Lewis left today
tor Newburg, Ore., after a man nam
ed Dim bat, alleged to have recently
passed a worthless check In this city
at the Cinch garage.
W1U Mewsure lUbl
The place tor the weighing and
measuring of children will be In the
W. R. C. room In the courthouse
basement and the hours are from 10
a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturday.
Returns From Ashland
W. D. Baker, who has been at Ash
land for three months, with the hopes
that the mineral water of that city
would help his rheumatism, return
ed home last night. He Is much Im
proved In health.
Kntrtalns B. V. p. v.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Edgerton enter
tained theiB. T. P. C. last evening at
their home, 865 North Second street.
The evening was plessantly passed
in gamea and music, after which de
licious refreshments were served.
TO BE INSTRUCTED
All registrants In this county who
can possibly do so should attend the
meeting Friday night, September 17,
at the opera house. This meeting
Is arranged by special order ot Dim
erul Crowdcr, and return to all regts-
Summons all the force and resource of the Republic to '
ths achats of freedom
THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
which Ih United Stales sulborilirs havt rinsed ens ol the
tftta dtitiituUhtd initiluilont of the country fur tsctllf nee in
military training, kas mpondrd to the call. The Colled Is
duUnguUhed sot only for Us military Inttructioa, but .
Distinouismso also roa ,,'
Its strong inJiutrial courses for nwa aaj fur womtni
lXH"hm, Cwi riM. fT
IUmm. t.iMo.nUt, MluM, fk(Mr, 44
1 Its Wholesome, purpoMlulituJcnl lifs.
lit democratic collrgs spirit. ,
III mccesiful graduates.
Student! enrolled last year, )4JJ Mr on Its service flip, II J,
over lofty percent repmcnlmg ulticere.
Collage opens September J, III!
f ttltk. M ItUtiitteJ Iwtkt, umJ at Km iifomlkw Hu la iKe P.uuu. Canailii, Onto
KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT!
Hand Badly Cut -
While chopping wood this morn
ing at bis home, Wm. Taylor had the
misfortune to strike bis left hand
with an ax, making a severe wound.
Dr. J. C. Smith waa summoned and
took ten stitches In the wound to
close the gap.
Kidney and bladder troubles don't
disappear of themselves. They grow
upon you, slowly but steadily, under
mining your hsaltb with deadly cer
tainty, until you fall a victim to In
Stop your troubles while there Is
time. Don't wait until little palna
become big aches. Don't trifle with
disease. To avoid future suffering
begin treatment with OOLD MBIUL
' Haarlem Oil Capsules now. tsks
CAPT. RiCIIARD Rl'SSKLL three or four every day until you
fe4 that you are entirely free from
tranta between the agea of IK and 'pain. -
45 who are not already In the ssr-la well-known PPUHum o"
vice. The meeting la eapeclally for HolMd for MntUrlea. la 1 the
the purpose ot preparing men for government ot the Netherlands
camp life, and the government ex-1 granted special charter authorising
tiAAta In mmv. m II llfina nf itnllnPsi at ft rl !
many weeks of valuable time In pre
paring men for actual service. Cap
tain Richard Russell, of the medical
department at Camp Iwls. wilt be
one of the principal speakers.
Slapped Mother-la-Law .
Chief McLane was called upon last
evening to arrest James Elliott, who
is alleged to have slapped his moth.
er-ln-law. Mrs. M. Oalvln, during an
argument. Elliott appeared this
morning and gave a $250 bond to
keep the peace.
TO PROTECT FURS AND
WOOLENS FROM MOTHS
It is commonly knowq that moths
, very much dislike the odor of Ink in
old newspapers. Several thicknesses
of old newspapers firmly glued to
gether may be made Into the form ot
a bag and the garment placed Inside
After the ends and all joints are
firmly sealed with glue, the bag Is
absolutely moth and dust proof, and
your protection from moths has cost
practically nothing. '
If you have anything to sell try
a classified ad.
All kinds of lesal blanks at the
!gi l ii i mi mi ii ii i , ii i-, WTWp ytWS)"Pl.'C
CREAM OF FRESH TOMA
1 FRIED CHINOOK SALMON
tl MAITHK d'HOTEL
J y We have good cooks and i
ft Doy uie oei me murnei ai-
tJ fords. , ' fi
II ' -It
Pomona (.range Postponed
Through the efforts of W. F. Mc-
Cabe, master of the pomona grange,
the meeting scheduled for Saturday
next, at Illinois Valley grange hall,
has been postponed for one week on
account ot the Red Cross basaar and
Left for Grants Pass-
Mrs. George Thompson, who haa
been at Portland enjoying a visit for
the past week, and who stopped off
here for a several days' stay with
friends, left yesterday tor her home
at Grants Pass, Mr. Thompson now
having a railroad run out ot that
city. Roseburg News. '
Must be Sold by September 30
ALFALFA HAY, VERY FINE
OAT STRAW IX BARN
AYRSHIRE AND HOL8TKIN HEIFERS
NO. S BARNES LATHE , '
BH miles below town, Granite Hill road Come NOW If yon want
something or Phone 600-F-12.
Pi-alno the Roads-
Mr. and Mrs. Cos Llndbloom, who
have a stock ranch on North Deer
creek In Douglas county, and Mr. and
Mrs. El wood Hansen of Camp Wash
lngton, were In the city today, en
route to Crater Lake. They are trav
eling by auto and are loud in their
praise of the roads In Josephine
FALL At Merlin, Monday, Septem
ber 23, to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fall
MALONEY At Rogue River, Tues
day, September 24, to Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Maloney, a daughter.
(CLASSIFIED AD RATES. 2i
words, two issues, 25c; six issues,
SOc; one month, $1.50, when paid In
advance. When not paid In advance,
6e per line per issue.)
WANTED A woman to work one
day a week. Address No. 1589
care Courier. 78
CEDAR POSTS for sale Split and
large round anchor. A. E. Phllps,
Rogue River, Ore., R. F. D. No
160 ACRES TIMBER for sale
Mostly pine. A. E. Phllps, Rogu
River, Ore., R. F. D. No. 1. 74
FOR RENT 4-room house, $4, 1V4
blocks from postoffice. Income
realty to exchange for merchan
dlse. J. D Drake, 611 D street. 73
WANTED A five room , furnished
bugalow or cottage. Phone 328-J
or 115. 7J
WANTED TO RENT A furnished
house. Address 1S93 care Courier,
FOR RENT Five room cottage, 203
C street. Gas, electric lights, low
rent. See N. E. Townsend, 621 A
street. ' 78
Its preparation and tale.
The good housewife of Holland
would almost as soon be without food
as without hlr "Real Dutsh Drops,"
as she quaintly calls OOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capsules. Their use re
stores strength and la responsible la
a great measure for the sturdy, ro
bust health ot the Hollanders.
Do not delay. Oo to your drug
gist and Insist on hla supplying you
with a box of GOLD MEDAL Haar
lem Oil Cansules. Take them as di
rected, and If you are not satisfied
with results your druggist will gladly
refund your money. Look for the
name OOIjD MKDAL on the box and
accept no other. In sealed boxes,
three slsee. .
FIRE DESTROYS H
On Wednesday afternoon at about
4 o'clock fire broke out n the Jo
Hill house, 12 miles down the river
from Grants Pass, and destroyed the
house and contents and then spread
to the other buildings. Including the
barn, and all the buildings were dee
troyed. 'The tire originated front the
stove pipe and as Mrs. Hill was at
home alone It was Impossible to put
out the fire or to save the household
effects, with the exception of a smalt
amount of bedding, which Mrs. 'lllll
was able to remove from the homo.
Leave for O. A.-C
Five boys left the city today to
attend the S. A. T. C. at Corvallls.
They are, Relnholdt Schmidt, Eu
gene Moore, Roland Taylor, Donald
Dlmmlrk and Philip Merlan. They
were accompanied by Claus Schmidt.
' ' Somewhere In France there Is ,nn
American boy fighting for you. Have
you proved yourself worth his won
derful effort by finishing his sock
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LAST TIME TONIGHT
Two shows H and 9:110
JES8K L LANKY I'nwents
Cecil B. DeMille's Production
aTT-l Tt vr TH
w r mm mm maamawan
WITH AST ALL STAR CAST
.Here aw four big Masons why you should be at the Joy
Theatre tonight r -
1 THE WHISPERING CHORUS, splendid 7-rcel
Art Craft picture,
Z A MACK BENNETT OOMBDV, 3 reels of giggles.
3 THAT JAZZ ORCHUXTRA, wltlch has no equal iu
4 DOUBLE SILVERWARE COUPONS,
. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Itlabel Normand in "The Floor Below"
Matinee 2:80 Admission Be and lftc