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DAILY B'JGCB RIVER OOl'IUtkR
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, I01N.
15c each,' 7 for $1.00 postpaid
. . Cash with order
The Nation's Awakening.
When Vou Come Back.
'Daddy. I ain't mad at you.
t --Daddy, mlna.
& Dallas blue. .-....
Dancing down In Dixie.
Dark town strutters' teU.
j. Daar UtUa noma aweat home.
. Dear old homo.
l Dtxla volunteers.
i Doat ba anybody's aoldier boy bat
;' Don't blto tha hand that'a feeding
yon.' " 'm -;
; Dont laara ma daddy.
, Don't try to (teal tha sweetheart vot a
'Don't torn the smiles to tsars.
Don't worry dearie. .
"Dont you hear mo oalllnf, dear?
Do you sometime' think ot me.
Down the aunset trail to anion.
" Dreamy days ot long fO.
-Dreamy moon. .. j i
.Drifting Along.. , ;
The Music and Photo Hesse
Stanton RowU, Proprietor
MORE BOOZE PEDDLERS
. . . Ill
And enjoy yourself
. . -Jy taking your
Baked Young Oregon . t
Walnut dressing. Cranberry.
sauce ; 1
Here la where you get a good
meal served apnetlxingly
at' a alight price.
Two more bootleggers, with a car
load ot. boot, met their Waterloo
tills morning, as they were arrested
at the second railroad crossing south
of town by Sheriff Quine.. says the
Friday Issue ot the Hoeeburg Re
view. The men were putting all
speed possible on the oar. for they
had safely pawed CanyonvlUe and
had hopes of getting through Rose-
burg without detection. About 100 1
bottles of liquor were plied loosely
In .the car and were of the Sunny
brook Tintage, from Hornbrook.
The men gave their names as
Peter Beregowsky, ot Portland, and
Mike Takovenka. ot San Francisco.
They admitted they were trying to
unlawfully transport liquor through
the state and put up a pie to
Sheriff Quine to let them tree, but
without effecL. They claimed they
had got the liquor from San Fran
cisco and were taking it to Portland
to sell. , .......
The two men were taken before
Justice ot the Peace Riddle and Ya
kovenka entered a plea ot guilty.
Hla companion. Bergowsky, claim
ed that he was not guilty and had
no knowledge that the boose was in
the car. He said he had gone to Cal
ifornia with the other man only on a
trip and thought that he was also
taking a little vacation. As this was
an old story, whloh la being told to
the officers quite often lately. Dis
trict Attorney Neuner decided to try
the case and Beregowsky was con
victed. A tine of 1100 was imposed
upon him and In default of payment
50 days in Jail.
Takovenka was sentenced to a
$250 or 123 days in jail. As neith
er man could pay the tine. District
Attorney Neuner told them that one
would be released if he could raise
money to pay the tines, as the jail
now has a good many prisoners and
It is an expense on the county to
continue feeding them.
UTAH AFTER COYOTES,
! WOLVES AND WILD CATS
Ezra Ael Fail-child
Ezra Aael Falrchild, son ot
and Mrs. W. T. Falrchild, of Seattle,
Wash., and grandson ot Mrs. A. B.
Falrchild, 315 Burgess street. Grants
Pass, died at Newport, R. I.. Wed
nesday. October 11, aged 21 years
9 months and 11 days. He enlisted
at Seattle March 9, 1917. and at
the time of his death was a member
ot Co. H, 99th batallion, U. S. ma
; rinea. and was stationed at the New
port training station.
Young Falrchild is survived . by
his. parents, now in this city, two
sisters, Mrs. Viola Wade, of Sheri
dan, Ore., and- Mrs. George Jantzer,
of Glendale. and by one brother,
Glenn Falrchild, of Grass Valley,
The funeral will be held in this
, city at Hall's chapel this afternoon
at 2 o'clock, the services being pri
vate on account of the recent proc
lamation of the mayor.
Salt lake City, Oct. 19. An ex
tensive campaign against coyotes,
wolves, wild cats and other preda
tory animals has been decided upon
by the Utah state livestock board,
and the government has promised to
cooperate. ....Fifty .hunters and trap
pers are already exterminating farm
and livestock Dests In this state, ac-
Mr-'cording to recent announcement by
Thomas. 'Redmond, secretary or me
state livestock board. Half of these
are employed by the state and the
others by the federal government.
Mrs. M. Scuafftr. ot Elgin, Ore.,
was tu thecity tor a short stay.
. "Sherwln Williams Products." Sa
bln has It. . 93
Beef scrap at Cramer Bros. 93
.. F. Macduff made a trip to Wolf
Creek Friday night.
C. E. McLane. democratlo nominee
for sheriff. T7tf
. Prof, AppWhoff. ot Ashland, spent
Saturday In the city.
Scratch food at Cramer Bros. J
Mrs. R. L. Burdlrk, ot Bakersfield.
Cel., Is visiting Grants Pass friends.
Poultry tonic at Cramer Bros. 93
Mr. and Mrs., Brownie Hampton
of Kerby. spent Saturday tn the city
Flower pots In all sixes at Cramer
Broa. .( - ,i
Dr. little Flndley arrived here
from Hill City. Kan., to take up the
practice of Dr. K O. Clement.
Umbrellas repaired at Cramer
Mrs. C. Slagle. of Waldo, and her
daughter... Miss Ruby., left Friday
night for Seattle tor a short stay.
A. M. Heston. returned Friday
night from Bray, where he spent the
summer at the saw mill.
.. Small airtight heaters at Cramer
Bros. , ,. . . ,S
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Klocker. of
Medtord. are spending Sunday with
friends. . . ...
-Mrs. W. P. Counts returned Sat
urday from Richardson . Springs,
where she spent several weeks.
Oil heaters for these cool morn
ings at Cramer Bros. 93
Mrs. Nellie Hyde returned to Port
land Saturday morning, after spend
ing two weeks here with her mother.
Mrs. Wood- ....
If you want sweet, peas early, get
your seed now at Cramer Bros. 93
O. O. Bunch and family and Mrs.
Maud iRenshaw Miller returned Fri
day night from Dorrls. where they
spent the summer.
J..T. Chlnncck, a member of the
eitlxens training corps at Eugene, 1
spending a few days at home on fur
lough, i ,
Morse's Spencer sweet peas for fall
nlantlnc Just received at Cramer
Charles Crow, of Merlin, who has
been working In the Portland shlp-
yards for a year or more past, Is
home for a few days. He was In
Grants Pass Friday.
The best standard varieties of
Morse's Snenctr sweet peas at Cra
mer Bros. 9i
Misses Augusu and Gertrude Par
ker arrived Friday night for a few
days at home. They have a vacation
owing to the closing of the Klamath
Falls schools on account of Spanish
Goen to KHkiuie ...
R. C. Crowell. ot Takllma,
gone to Spokane, Wash., tor a
days on business. '
Moves to City
M. N. MeClay and family, ot Wal
do, have moved to Grants Pasa to
make their homo and have located
on M street.
Special at Roue's
Saturday and Sunday, Haielwood
French salad Ice cream. FStt
No Luncheon . .
Owing to the threatened epidemic
ot Influents there will be no lunch
eon served at the Chamber ot Com
meroe rooms tomorrow noon.
AMERICAN TRANSPORT IS
ATTACKED BY SUBMARINE
An Atlantic Port, Oct. 19. The
homeward-bound army transport
Amphlon had a two hours' running
fight with a German submarine 800
miles off the Atlantic coast last Sat-1
urday morning, in which eight men '
on the American ship were wounded
All ready for mailing soldiers
The Rexall Store
Organization Is what wins In war, In business, or in banking.
We used to think this bank was Ideally organized but how very
much better we are situated today as a member of the Federal Re
serve Banking .System. Membership links us with the strongest
and best organized hanks throughout the country.
Their organization Is our organization; their strength is our
strength. And your financial security may benefit, In turn, If you
are among our depositors. um.i,". 1 -- "T-ratrtrvsT;
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
Here From lti Jaoerio
George R. iterrou, of Rio Janvrlo,
Braxii. is at the oxford. lie la quite
taken up with southern Oregon and
expects to make his horns here.
lve for California
Wm. O. McAdams and wife left
yesterday for San Francisco, whers
they expect to locate. Mr. McAdams
Is a barber.
Fine Fixhlnic Trip
P. A. DeGenault and son, l.ewts,
and Jaa. Dean returned yesterday
from a few days fishing trip near
Gallce. They report splendid lurk,
Master Lewis, having landed a ten-
' 1VM1INS IN TIIH KITCHEN " - '
., ! ., i . ... , , t:
Fathers and Mothers, It you want your chlldreu to be tit
members of the great preparedness brigade, feed tbem
I'l'RK FOOIM4 I
From Hie Pure Food Store
-. V .
Ws sell a line ot , family staplxs that have no superiors and
but few equals. Ws sspeolaUy like to sell to "people who know."
THE STORK OK GUARANTEED OOODA
V.6..H. FIFIEJ4K MauMier
Ohio leopl Here
Dr. Chaa. R. Scott and wife, and
Dr. C. C. Scott and wife, touring
the country from their home at Day
ton. Ohio, stopped over here a day
to enjoy the scenery and sunshine
along the Rogue river.
Last night some one, whom the
officers believe to be local talent, cut
a hole In the rear door at the Bas
ket Grocery store. Either through
fright, or lack of burglar's science,
they tailed to make entrance Into
Paul's Electric Slot
Wiring, lighting, everything
trlcal. Phone 90, Medtord.
Is, (heaper,. to Paint
Than It Is to Build
, An un painted bouae soon roU away, hence It I
the part of wUtlom to keep your Immin well
Our supply of I'ainU and Varnishes
pawied. litH u m them on to you.
WK IX) FINE SHOE RKPAIRIMO
Jewell Hdvv. Co.
Klned Ten iMtent
Friday evening, before Justice
Holman, Jos, Woodcock, of Foots
creek, was tried and fined '$10 and
costs for assaulting his grandfather.
Joe Chamberlain, of Waldo.
J08. MOSS AGENCY Fire Insur
ance, plate glass liability Insur
ance. 204 H Sixth street. tf
INSURANCE Any kind, bast of
companies. L. A. Launsr, real
APPLES for sale at 35c per box at
Rio Lado ranch, two miles west of
town on lower river road. ' Splt
zenbergs, Delicious and Newtowns.
No deliveries. Bring your boxes
or sacks. Geo. Seeback, Phone
A Fine lUvord
The First National Bank has
made a fine record In the Fourth
Uberty loan drive, which ended last
evening. This bank sold 760 sub
scriptions, at a value of $90,100. a
little over halt the total quota for
Med ford Over Top
Hurrah everybody! The Medford
district went clean over the top Frl
day In the Fourth Liberty loan cam
paign exceeding its quota of $29H,-
158 by the safe margin of $10,000
The total of subscriptions reached Is
1308.000. Jackson county Is also
over the top with a margin ot $15,
Three New (
The local physicians lam evening
reported that there sere three new
cases of Influenza in this city, and
one more at Rogue River. Thus fur
ths disease has not spread to any
great extent here.
Paul Kinney Lieutenant
H. L. Truax 'has received a letter
from Mrs. H. C. Kinney, of Pomona,
Cal., stating that her son, Paul Kin.
ney, had Just complete! the course;
at the officers training school at
Camp Hancock, Ita., and hid born
commissioned a lieutenant In the
machine gun section. He Is as yet
Calhoun brought her son to Grants
Pass Immediately and Dr. Laugh
rldne took three sltlche In the boy's
Bomswhers In France there Is an
American boy fighting for you. Have
you proved yourself worth bis won
derful effort by finishing hla socks
FOR SALE Motorcycle,
Family Hit Hard
The family of Sheriff George
Lewis Is having Its share of grlet at
the present time, MThe sheriff Is still
confined. to his bonie, his son, Al
bert O. Lewis, together with his wife
Inquire at nd ahy Beverely, III, and Bert
93 R. Lewis, deputy sheriff, and his
DISTRICT MANAGER wanted in wife, are, sick,.,. All the , cases are
every atate for new Auto Clutch supposed to Je Influenza. The baby
Lock. The cleverest and most pf- of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lewis is Bald
fectlve anti-thief t device on the to be dangerously 111.
market automatically disengages - 1 - ...
mi MnPii and locks it so car can! If you have, anything to sell try
not be moved under its own pow-
Big money maker lor aram-
IJnuteiuuit Clements HeNrtM '
First Lieutenant L. O. Clement
who left Thursday night tor Camp'
Lewis, reported for duty at the base
hospltsl Saturday morning. During '
Dr. Clement's absence his practice ,
will be carried on by Dr. Lottie'
Flndley, who confines her practice
to the specialities ot eye, ear, nose
tlous hustler. Exclusive territory
given. $500 to $i,000 necessary.
American Auto Clutch Lock, 803
West Ninth Street, 'Los Angeles,
A. BURSELL M. D. D. C In block
north of postofflce, corner Sixth
and D streets, surgical, electrical,
chlropratlc and osteopathic trea
ments. Offloe phone 197-R.
WANTED Furnished cottage or
bungalow modern. Phone 328-J
or 115. 94
PREFERS 10,000 PLANES
TO 500,000 SOLDIERS
Washington, Oct. 19. Lord Sy--denham,
British authority on fortl-.
ficattons, in a message received here
today by Major General Kenly, di
rector of military aeronautics, says:
"Impress upon your people that
10,000 airplanes at this juncture are
worth more than 500,000 troops on'
the ground and will not require near
ly so much transport. We can bring
Germany to terms by air force, that
a classified ad.
I tog IliteH Small Hoy
Ethan Calhoun, 8-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Calhoun, of Mer
lin, was quite severely bitten by a
neighbor's mastiff Friday afternoon. :
The lad was In the habit of playing,
with the dog, which was friendly to'
all children, but this time as soon
as the hoy put his hand on the dog '
It snapiied 'and bit the boy's lower j
Hp, Inflicting a severe wound. Mrs.
TAULK DK HOTE
Now under new management
and let us get
MED A STOVE?
We Sell 'em
Have you examined thoxe tipplers to see If they will k through the
Or iierhapH they are old style and oat of date. You cun't get the
maximum heat if this Is the cuho.
a "i ' ..... 1 ' . 1 .
We Handle the Very Latest In Stoves
Wo can sell you a stove or range that will give you the moot poH
Hlble heat with the least poMHlblo fuel. And they are beauties. Come
and see them.
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Grants Pass Hardware Co.