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DAILY ROQUB KIVEK OOC'KlhM
FRIDAY, KOVK.MIUSH H. 101.
15o each, 7 for $1.0O postpaid
Clash with order
When ths green leave turn to sold.
IWhu the kaiser does the goose-step.
When the moon shine down In old
When the moon thine In Ireland.
When there' peace on earth again.
When the sun goes down in Dixie.
When the sunset turns the ocean's
blue to cold.
When we gather wild flower.
When wa meet In the sweet bys and
When we reach that old port, some
where in France.
When we wind up the watch on the
When I dream about that southern
home of mine.
The Music and Photo House
Stanton Howell, Proprietor
A double funeral occurred at Ker
fey yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mc
Cnrdy of that place being laid to rest
In the same grave. Theirs in one
of the saddest cases that ha ever
occurred in the county. About 10
day ago their eldest daughter, who
had been nursing them, died of In
Both Mr. and Mrs. MoCurdy died
of pneumonia following Influents.
Mrs. McCurdy breathed her last
about 4 o'clock Wednesday morning,
according to the report sent here,
and Mr. McCurdy died at about 3:30
Influenza is said to be severe at
Kerby, six people having died of the
disease at that place. At first the
health authorities thought best to
burn everything in the McCurdy res
idence, but Sheriff (Lewis, -who was
rat that place yesterday, instead of
burning the furnishings, thoroughly
fumigated the house. '
A letter to C. A. Wluetrout, local
chairman of the Red Cross Christmas
parcel committee, has received an
nouncement that although Individu
als serving overseas in the Red
Cross, Y. M. C. A., Knights ot Co
lumbus, Salvation Army and similar
organisations are not a part of the
military force 'of the United States,
(hey may receive Christmas packages
under the following restrictions:
The nearest relative ot any indi
vidual coming under the above
classification may send one Christ
mas package conforming ' to Red
Cross regulations regarding weight,
packing and contents by signing at
the nearest 'Red Cross headquarters
Christmas parcel station the follow
The undersigned hereby makes ap
plication to forward to (Name, (Ad
dress), a Chrlstma package. The
undersigned hereby represents and
declares that ,he (or she) Is the
nearest living relative in the United
States of the proposed recipient and
that the applicant in the calendar
year, 1918, has not made or will
not make any other Christmas ship
ment to the above named consignee.
Jnvelope at tha Courier Office.
Why is a meat man like a wood
sawyer? ' .-
Because he saws and chops for a
WHE.V YOU HAVE
GOOD, WHOLESOME, LIFH
SUSTAINING, STRENGTH GIVING
FOR A MEAL, YOU REALLY NEED
BUT LITTLE ELSE! THE FUR
BELOWS AND FRILLS ARE ALL
OH! YOU PORTERHOUSE
The City Market
403 G 8TREET PHONE 02
PERSONAL iB LOCAL
The following casualties are re
ported by the commanding general
of the ' American expeditionary
forces for today:
Killed In action . 159
Missing In action 332
Wounded severely 87
Died of accident 3
Died of disease 309
Wounded, degree undetermined 111
Wounded slightly 132
Killed In action Nell W. Best,
Milton. Ore.; Ernest O. Billings,
Gold Hill; Harry W. Riddle, Baker,
Died of disease Harry Hamilton
Oliver, Ontario, Ore.; Colin C. Hyde,
Astoria; William Vaughn, Glendale.
now tli at we have gotten 1 1
acquainted let us be friends '
and come over any time and f 1
have a chat. I- 3
Now that we have Mr.
Hnmm that you all know
very well and his excellent
reputation for cooking.
have you ever tried bis pas
try. The pie be makes Just ys
melts In your mouth, Wben 81
..yon eat it you think moth
er Just baked It.
mis ! - jZuVI
Your grocer will refund
the full price you paid for
MJ.B. Coffee if it does
slot please your taste, no
matter how much you
have used out of the can.
Buy the Sib. Can
and Save 25c
A. W. Love, of Placer, is In tho
A. J. Marttneau, Qt the Hotel Jo
sephlne, went to Mod ford this after
noon for a short stay.
Enos Fruit Salad. Sabln has It. 10
A. H. Gunnell went to Yreka this
afternoon to spend a week on bus
Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Webber, Mrs
E. J. Webber and Miss Josle Wright
are In from the Cornier King mine
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Llnd. of Kerby.
who havev-oeen at the Oxford for
several days, returned to their home
Mrs. J. Hagen left today tor an
extended visit with her daughter,
Mrs. G. Wardrlp, at Grants Pass,
after which she contemplates visiting
California points. Glendale News,
P. W. Nomer, ot Grants Pass, is
preparing to move his family to
Glendale. He expects to go to work
at the Seattle-Portland mill. Glen
Miles Mclntyre left last night for
Vancouver, B. C, where he will
spend a few weeks with his mother
and sister. He will then locate at
Seattle or Portland.
Ben Crenshaw, wife and baby, who
visited relatives and friends here
tor the past two months, left last
night tor their home at Cottage
Some Fine Pelta
Clyde DavldBon, of Missouri Flat,
was in the city today, having brought
In the pelts ot five coyotes, nine
skunks and three lynx cats. The to
tal bounty on the varmints was 123
and the value of the skins $41.
Speaker Candidate Here-
Ben Sheldon, candidate tor speak
er of the house, was in the city to
day on business. Mr. Sheldon, who
secured the election as representa
tive for Jackson county again on
Tuesday, says he is assured ot good
Miss Bridge Army Nurse
Miss Katharine Brdiges, principal
ot the high school, leaves tonight for
Portland, where she will spend a
few weeks with her parents. On De
cember 1 she will report at Camp
Lewis for duty at the army school ot
nurses. Should the city schools re
open before that date Mies Bridges
will return to Grants Pass.
W. It. L Meetlug IWHned
The regular Saturday afternoon
meeting of Gen. Logan W, R. C. has
been postponed until further notice.
Move to IVnyouvtUe
Lewis Rose and family have mov
ed to Canyonvllls, where Mr. Rose
will be in the employ ot the John
Hampshire company in road con
Installed by an established elec
trical firm with competent men.
Pauls Electric Store, phone 90, Med-
ford, Ore. stf
Mut Wear Makft
The local board has received no
tification from headqur.rters to ths
effect that all soldiers leaving tor
Camp Lewis must wear gauxe masks
while en route to the camp.
At about 5 o'clock this morning
the tire department was called out.
The blaze, proved to be In the wood
shed ' belonging to N. E. Towntund,
but no serious damage was done.
ArrvNtetf for Larceny
Sheriff lws and Deputy Sheriff
Lister returned last evening from
Kerby, bringing with them Geo. 11.
Miller, who Is accused ot having stol
en several small articles. Including
some provisions, from the cabin of
C. C. E. Schossow, south of Kerby.
Miller Is now in the county Jail.
Death of John M. Gray-
Word has been received here of
the death at Fort Leavenworth.
Kan., recently of John M. Gray,
brother ot Mrs. Cora Coutant and
Mrs. Harry K. Clarke, both former
residents of this city. Young Gray
whose death resulted from pneu
monia was a cousin by murrluse of
General John J. Pershing. He had
been in the army since early in Sep
tember. The funeral was held at
Denver, his former home.
Try Umeco Nut Margarine
at 40 per pound at tho
We also carry a full Hue of Union Moat Company'
Bacon Lard and Shortening
C. R. FI FIELD, MGR.
Experimenting coats money. We are doing business on a solid
basis, as we have our trade established no experimenting.
I loarn that some parties were In the county last wetk ex
plaining their company's operations. The fact Is that the same
company tried to break the market and lower the butter prices to
61 cents. You ssk them they cannot deny it. The HaMlwood
Company has kept ths price to what It Is and we are paying 65
Producers can help themselves by sending butter fat to the
company that has a market for all their goods and always pay
the top prices.
C. K. Nclnon, orator
FOR RENT Three nice front office
rooms in Schallhorn building,
South Sixth street. For partteu
lars inquire at 203 Burgess St. 07
FOUND Safe key. Owner can se
cure it at Courier office. 11
GENERAL AUTO repairing at reas
onable rates, all work guaranteed
H. Cameron, 506 . South Sixth
FOR SALE Apples, 2nd grade, 25c
to $1 at the, applehouse, bring
your boxes. Fancy, $1.50 to $2,
f. o. b. Grants Pass. Ten varitles,
J. H. Robinson, Grants Pass, R.
F. D. No. 4. 15
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Brown
Leghorn cockerels, 7-months old
C. Schaeters, Rd. 2, lower river
FOR SALE Twin Indian motor
cycle. Inquire 615 North Eighth
THE ONCE MIGHTY ARMY
'Continued from Page One.)
plateau, the correspondent saw
further evidence of the devastation
ot war. There is not a bouse left
standing in the town of Aslago,
There also lg much suffering among
the people throughout the mountains
who are foodless and have been
robbed of their possessions. By s
miracle the rigorous Alpine winter
has not yet set in and these people
"These ravages are necessary.
They remain glorious memories of
The problem of feeding the multi
tude of prisoners is grave but the
Italians are making a . superhuman
effort. They, also are treating the
prisoners as well as possible. It Is
common to see hardy Italian troops
generously toss their own bread ra
tions to the Austrians, saying laugh
"Tomorrow Is another day. We
will eat then."
Our classified ads bilng results.
At the family residence 8 miles
east of this city, occurred the deatti
of W. S. Barton, after an Illness of
three weeks. His disease was pneu
monia, and constant medical care
had the case under control, with
strong hopes of recovery, when Mr.
Barton got up to look after home In
terests, much against the advice of
his wife and children who were fear
ful of consequences, and his death
followed the second relapse. Glen
All kinds of Commercial Prlntint
at the Courier "ffie.
Our classified ads hrlnz ra-nt.
J T requires a lot of maneuvering
for us to coino across correct
ly and promptly with as many or
ders as we do each day.
- Cut our men are expert at that
tort of thin;;.
They are pnid to fill orders right
and to deliver on schedule time.
If they didu't we'd pet others who
Good delivery is as important
as good nicut.
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