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DAILY HOOCH K1VI2H IXJUIUKM
rUMI.lY. NOVKMHKH . 101.
15c each, 1 for 91-00 postpaid
Gash wlUi order
There' a vacant chair in every
There's Egypt In your dreamy eyes.
There's Just a little bit ot monkey
still left in you and me.
There's no end to my love tor yon.
There's someone more lonesome
There's something in the name of
They go wild, simply wild over me.
Thar k all nut of steD but Jim.
Thou eh I'm not the first to call you
sweetheart, please let me be the
Those olden. goldn days ot long
Three wonderful letters from home.
Throw me a kiss from over the sea.
Throw no stones In the well that
gives you water.
Tom. Dick. Harry and Jack.
The Music and Photo House
Stan to Kowoll, Proprietor
ITS A PATRIOTIC 1HTV
The tortures and discomforts ot
weak, lame and aching back, swol
len and Bloated feet and limbs, weak
ness, lassitude, dlzsiness, . nausea,
that tired wornout feeling, nervous
ness, sleeplessness, as a rule have
their origin In kidney trouble, not
"female complaints." These general
symptoms of kidney and bladder
disease are well known so Is tne
Next time you feel a twinge ot
pain in the back or are troubled with
headache, indigestion. Insomnia, ir
ritation In the fcladder or pain In
the loins and lower abdomen, you
will find quick and sure relief In
GOLD MEJDAli Haarlem Oil Cap
sules. This old and tried remedy
for kidner disease and allied de
rangements has stood the test tor
hundreds of years. It does the work.
Pains and troubles vanish and new
life and health will come as you con
tlnue their use. When completely
restored to your usual vigor, con
tinue taking a capsule or two each
day; they will keep you- feeling fine
and prevent a return to your trouble.
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules are imported direct from the
laboratories at Haarlem, Holland.
Get them from your druggist. Do
not take a substitute. In sealed
boxes, three sizes.
We owe our county, state and
government to vote on Tuesday No
Having been unable to spare time
from my office for a personal visit
to the voters, I trust you will pardon
the tew words I offer at this time re
garding my re-election tor a second
term as county treasurer.
The duties of county treasurer
nronerly performed are notf a mln
or nature. In fact there are many
ways ot cutting down the county ex-
uense account, and I believe my re
cords will show, that every care has
been taken and nothing overlooked
toward this saving.
The statement Is made In a letter
which seeats to have received wide
circulation, that the energies of
men are demanded In occupations
more vital to our. success In war.
We all admit this to be true, but
some men are too old and others
too young tor military service:
therefore the energies ot this class
are needed at home.
I was born at Washington, Con
necticut, on September 13th, 1867,
which, I am sorry to say, places me
In the "old mans" class, and I think
there Is greater ' opportunity for a
young woman t clerical ability to
et one ot the many government po
sitions than there Is tor a man ot
Should you feel that I have con
ducted the office of county treasurer
In a manner entitling me to another
term. I will appreciate and thank
you for your kind consideration: In
any event go to the polls and vote
05 GEO. S. CALHOUN.
PER52Nf1L i5 LOCAL
We are pleased to announce H
that starting the 1st of No-
v ember the well known E
will be with us in our kltch- m
en as Steward and Chef, H
and will continue to give IS
his high grade of service. Hi
Japalac at Cramer Bros.
DRY WOOD FOR SALE We have
on hand 250 tiers ot dry wood cut
from piling strips, pine and fir
lumber, that we will close out at
$2.50 per tier delivered. All or
ders C. O. D. Edgerton & Adams
Lumber Co. Phone 187-J. 05
JOS. MOSS AGENCY Fire Insur
ance, plate glass liability Insur
ance. 84 Sixth street. tt
INSURANCE Any kind, beat of
companies. L. A. Launer, real
DISTRICT MANAGER wanted In
every state for new Auto Clutch
Lock. The cleverest and most ef
fective anti-thief device on the
market automatically disengages
the clutch and locks it so car can
not be movd under its own pow
er. Big money maker for ambi
tions hustler. Exclusive territory
given. $500 to $1,000 necessary.
American Auto Clutch Lock, 803
West Ninth Street, Los Angeles,
WANTED--An elderly lady or
couple to board and care tor, in
modern home, quiet, pleasant sur
roundings. Inquire 725 South
Seventh street. 1.0
WANTED High school girl to as
sist with housework. Telephone
FOR SALE .AH sized work horses,
several sets heavy harness, also
wagons and boxes, 80 acres land,
lots of cord wood timber. Will
sell cheap. Amos Smith. 06
C. E. MoLane, democratlo nominee
tor sheriff. . 77tt
Airtight stoves at Cramer Bros.
Fred Farrar, ot Merlin, was In
the city Saturday.
Poultry supplies at Cramer Bros.
Prof. Applehoff, ot Ashland, spent
Saturday In the city.
Patton's Sun Proof paint at Cra
mer Bros. 05
Douglas Wood went to Montague
on business Saturday.
Kraut jars at Cramer Bros. 05
Mrs. J. T. Breeding went to Hugo,
last night for a tew days.
F. S. Bramwell returned yester
day morning from a business trip to
Scratch food at Cramer Bros. 05
All orders tor hemstitching and
pecotlng promptly tilled at the Han
dlcraft Shop, Med ford. 07
Egg producer at Cramer Bros. 05
C. F. Alderson, ot Leland, was In
the city Friday tilling out his ques
tionnaire. Garden fertiliser at Cramer Bros.
Mrs. W. L. Jorday came In from
Wolf Creek Saturday and will make
her home In this city.
Umbrellas repaired at Cramer
Mrs. Louisa Lind, who visited her
son, Ous Lind, returned to her home
at Portland on Saturday.
Poultry tonic at Cramer Bros. 05
F. C. Allen.' who spent several
months at Merlin, left Friday night
tor Springfield, Mass., to Join Mrs.
Mrs. J. L. Chrlstlteb. who spent
the past six months In Pennsylvania
at her old home, and visiting rela
tives, Is expected home very soon.
Morse's Sweet Peas at Cramer
Mrs. C. W. Hunt, who visited her
sister, Mrst J. A. Wharton, and oth
er relatives, left Saturday morning
for her home at Taltway, eastern
Bathroom heaters at Cramer Bros.
Steve MoBride, who has been
telegraph operator for the S. P. at
Cottonwood, Cal., Is home for a few
days. He will be stationed as opera
tor at Delta.
Flower pots at Cramer Bros. 05
"Resinol Soap." Sabin has It. 05
The local board states that all
questionnaires tor Josephine county
have now been sent out to regis
Special at Rone's
Saturday and Sunday, Haxslwood
French salad Ice cream. FSU
Chum One Men
Yesterday the local board tlulshed
examining all elans one mvu In Joae-l
Phlne county, below the age of 36.
There are 16 ot them left, but a few
who are absent will receive their
Have the largest and most com
plete tire repairing equipment In
Grants Pass. All work uncondition
ally guaranteed. Tavls & Powtrs
Auto Co. 05
Oxford Special HumUjf Dinner
With a menu that would do Jus
tice to a dollar price at moat ho
Williams Returns to Camp
Kenneth R. Williams, who spent
several days at home with bis par
ents, left Friday night, returning to
Jefferson barracks. Mo. He expects
to be sent over the water during
How to "Can" the Grouch
EAT VVllK FOOI
PURE FOOD STORK
We handle full line of food products that we can guaran
tee In every Instance; We make a special effort to get the very
best the market affords. If you ara looking for a really superior
brand In Flour. Coffee. Tea. Meats, Vegetables, in fact anything to
eat. COMB RIGHT TO THIS STORB. We have It for you.
THE STORK OF GUARANTEED OOOOfl
C. R. FI FIELD, Manager
WILL ARREST VIOLATORS
The mayor has Issued a proc-
lamatlon against any and all
public or private gatherings of
f any sort, in an effort to sup-
4 press the spreading ot Influ- 4
4 enza. This Is by way of a 4
warning, that any violators of -4
4 that proclamation except In
4 extreme cases where actual 4
4- war work Is necessary will be 4
arrested and given the limit. 4
CITY HEALTH OFFICER. 4
FOR RENT- -Three nice front office
. rooms in Schallborn building,
South Sixth street. For particu
lars inquire at 203 Burgess St. 07
KISH At Medford, Saturday, No
vember 2, Evelyn," wife of George
Kish, of pnenmonia. She leaves
her husband and 8-year-old son.
Deceased was the daughter ot
Mrs. Hattle Harrieon and niece of
Mrs. Sadie Hyde and Florence Fenn.
She was born In the Applegate val
ley, where she spent her girlhood,
and later lived In Grants Pass un
til her marriage. A private funeral
will be held in-this city at Hall's
chapel this afternoon.
J. N. Johnston left Friday night
for, Camp Zaohary Taylor, Louisville.
Ky to enter the heavy artillery of
ficers' training corps. The entry of
Mr. Johnston Into the service brings
the line of soldiers In the Johnston
family down another generation, his
tsther, grandfather and great-grandfather
having fought In the service
or the U. S. A.
E. S. Van Dyke will have charge
ot Mr. Johnston's Isw practice dur
ing his absence.
THIS IS THE time to set out an as
paragus -bed. Palmetto roots
large and juicy variety the kind
best adapted to this valley. Lim
ited quantity for sale at $1 per
hundred. W. W. Canby, phone
It's Patent to Painters
That's the only kind of paint it pay
to put on lumber anywhere it is ex
posed to heat and cold is
THE BEST PAINT
you can buy. Very often however
the house owner will not let the
painter, furnish the beet paint he
cause it coots a few cents a gallon
more than the worthless stuff. We
don't keep the cheap kind because
we have found it expensive for our
C WE DO FINE SHOE REPAIRING '
Jewell Hdw. Co.
Served 5:30 to 7:1 SO p. m.
IN DEATH MR.STRANNEI
Coroner Rltter returned last nlghl
from Glendale, where he went tt
make an Investigation regarding th
death of Nets Stranne, who wal
killed by a freight train near Glen
According to a statement ot J. O
JohnBon, yard master at Glendale,
Mr. Stranne was engaged with Louis
Holt in taking a light push car to a!
point about one fourth of a mile I
west of Glendale, and at a point 925
feet east of where the push car was :
to be taken, entered block signal
territory. From a statement of
Louis Holtz, the .block signal stood
at danger, when they entered with
the push car, and Mr. Stranne made
the statement that they would have
to hurry to take the car off. After
traveling the distance of 925 feet
the two men saw a train approaching
300 feet west of them, and In trying
to take the car off, Mr. Strannn was
struck by the engine.
After securing all the details re
garding the accident, Coroner Rltter
did not deem an inquest necessary.
No blame whatever Is attached to
the crew of the train by which Mr.
Stranne was killed. Rosoburg
Cream of Chicken with Noodles
Sliced Tomatoes, French Dressing
Leg ot Lamb, Caper Sauce
Young Chicken, Oyster Sauce
Halt dozen Eastern Oyster Fried In
Roast Young Turkey, Cranberries
Prime Ribs Beef, au Jus
Sweet Potatoes, Southern Style
Pumpkin Pie Pineapple Pie
Ice Cream and Cake
Nuts After Dinner Mints
The train which struck Mr. Stran
ne was a 60-car freight, with four
engines, August Goettsche, engineer,
and Joe Galvln, fireman, of this city,
occupying the head engine. Their
many friends here will 1e glad to
learn that they have not 1een held
responsible in the slightest degree
for the unfortunate death of Mr.
SERVING UNDER FIRE
Established 53 years ago the Sal
vation .Army Is operating In 63
countries today and serving the al
lied soldiers under constant shell-tire.
PARIS USED AS BASE
Headquarters for the Jewish Wei
fare Board have been established In
Paris at 41 Boulevard Haussman.
ARE OUTWEARING CORDS
C. L HOBART CO.
Organization Is what wins In war. In bulnM, or in banking.
We used to think this bsnk was Ideally orgsnlxed but how very
much better we are situated today as a member of the Federal lie
serve Banking System. Membership links us with the strongest
and best organized banks 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. ,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON
tsBMS Y S Tf Msl
ma ? .
Your grocer will ref undM ull price you
paid lor M. J.B. Coffee, if it does not
please your taste, no matter how much
you have used out of the can.
It Reaches You Fresh
rrne work or the board in the war
zone is operated from that base.