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PER52NflL 52B LOCAL
. W. W. TERROR iH IDAHO
MlM Uxtf Hvmoi went to Myrtle
Creek thia morning to spend her two-
'tNkl' VaoajtlOB.. , .';
, Alt; trimmed hata at out prim.
Mre. S. Rehkopt. . tf
V lr. and Mr. W. A. Cooper, ot
' Athens, P. spout Monday Bight In
the city, leaving north this mora
ine. ,.;'!' - - "
Arthur Hslesy and wife left thia
morning tor North Bond, where they
will vtait tor tw.,ota.i . ...
OoJoioB. floWm fc it ' M
AMi..faat'Bciggi and tiro ohil
dreo. h have beta la the elty for
a faw daya, rraed to Rooebarg
this morale. " vs' ; ''
4; JL. H. .Voorhioa returned title
asoiuing from Pendleton, topping
tor a day la Portland to vtstt hto
: ao..-,i ":'-v . v
. tl.o4hrTa a LHobart, Chor
ine Clemens aid John Dsntaoa mad
a trip to Mod ford today.
.t Bugen Wright was la the dty to
day from Tunnel t v.
. Sot. K A. Wall returned this ef
tettttoa from Hugo, where ho apoat
two - 1
O. 8. Blanohard aad family and
hfra. . A. Blanohard loft thia morn
ing or Craocoat City and will spead
two week ot'tho eoaot.' - ',- "t
, htr T. L Huggta loft tWo mora
la for Touatow. lArberte, to Jota
bar heavhnnd who loft hen hm time
- ago aad to hooMataadlng la that aeo
. ttoa. ; : I , .-: .r
Hm wide iMn ob aato tost Ota
thrag car young lady hair rtbhoae.
Cr. ft, Sohkopt. v - ; ' tt
- J. A HaoMurray returned thia
, atarhbitroat attendance at tto Aah
faM'ahaatatoi.I)i ' tl Soatoa
TXajhi Opord mnipaiiy, Mr.'lloefSCnir
ray thraa oa with whoa he
had ' traftoM da coaeart 'toara 'yean
Joha 6. aad Dr. Carrie P. Aader
. aoa of tho Daorwood ranch at Aalsra,
hef hoea spending a few daya ia
toe etty aad at Mertia. . Aader
ma' took Out with hiai thia aftor
aooa 'a htoodod Jeriey flow, whkh
wflt bo added to hk herd. ,
A Oiri a Pr."Rathifurr .
A hefty girt arrived at the homo
of Or. and' Sfra. W. T. Itotherford. of
tWa eity.'lest aicht.'
KM OMoa Whr Wedaeaday
'' The Red Croat rooms will ho opea
tomonW tnorniBK, Wedoosday. at
t o'etoolp to ihe ryooat lody mem
hors'of the chapter who wish to help
with the work. ' t
BVBaad WeOneeday ir"
The Boy's aad win hold a rehear
sal at the Ohaiaher of Commerce
rooms Wedaesday evening at t . nt
, AH Spen ValmkeaYT.
' flnadar was the aottoM day the
fnao TfVer Valley has had this sea
asar ' Thtf wind 'from tf the coast
, wWeh OtrtA airoos eTWeyyes
farday'afWraooa' fjrotiirhtll Urapor
arr relief, hot the weather maaj
lolda oat. little hope for anything
epproftchlag oanl weather. I
A AX Tlroi MM the Mt
atms ia writing 5000 Miles
or better. . Your Ajis Tire
k a tire of record-teglMeKd in
your name at the horns office.
Aiss often in amice the moat :
of th beat for the-U vndtt
guectnteedpruucikm. Ajsa roue
car sad defy ths mile.
KOGVB lUVKlt H1W.
Xotiv to W. R Ov
v Air momhera ot the Womaa'a Re
lief .Corpa are urgently asked to at
tend the funeral ot Albert Morris,
which will ho held at Hall's ohapel
at 10:30 Wednesday morntag.
.Ashland Attracts Maay w
The double attraction of tha an
nual Chautauqua aad her delightful
ly cool oanyoa la drawing a tarts
number ot faQoy people to Ashland.
Tho park was filled aU day Sunday
with people trying to escape tho heat
ot tho lower laSey.
. A few Oraata Pass pennants at 10c
each, S for 50c Put one oa your
oar. r, v,.;' ltf
Doctrie Power Off"
, Soon after I o'clock thta after
noon all electric motora ta the elty
and in the TaBoy went' dead, owing
to the faHuro ot the current, which
was not oa agata until I . o'clock.
No lUmatioa of the-cause of the
t rootle waa learned until shortly he
tore the current waa turned on. Tho
linotype and praises at the Courier
offlce were necessarily Idle tor three
hours, which aoeonata for thd late
ness of tho paper tonight , . , ; '
H7. iteeemag onco wita raoneia
Clothing. Co. Ctoaaiag. areaalag aad
repairing. We can far aad deliver, tt
t-f , " i i 'i, .!
rilkorsoa fir" wasa " '
Wss Bthei Wllkerson, hookkeep-,
. at" toe 'CsltforBtakreron 'Power -
eonrpany etrVstatlon played the part
of a wise fireman this " afternoon
when wire trouble caused a hlate at
the switchboard of the ' service
phones. Knowing the danger from a
stream of water at aa electrical fire
she phoned to the company office at
Vedtord mad had the current turned
off. then ahe played a stream of we-'
tor oa the fttase before there, was
serious trouble. ! .
MORRIS (At Oraata Pass Monday.
July 1(, -Albert Morris, aged 74
years T months and It days. '
Albert Morris was bora 1n Colum
bus, Ohio, November If, 1841.' He
served through the civil war . with
Co. K, 1st Ohto'ToL cavalry. After
the war he waa for a time a resident
of Kansas! and removed with his
family to Grants Pass 1 years ago,
residing here ever since! the great
er part of the time on the. Morris
farm north of the elty. For the paat
three years ha haa been a aemi-la-valld;
snfferlng from dlsbetea gan
grene. r On Friday of last week his
leg was amputated, but he died Mon
day: evening at :;lo. i.,Mr.' Morris
was worthy dtten,who held. th
rampcv iuh eomioeuce or ail wiiu
whom he, came In contact; Ho to
survived by two sons, George 1, sad
Charles ., and a daughter. .Mrs.
Sarah JfL. Harper, all of this city.
The funeral will bo held Wednoaday
morning at 10:10 o'clock at Hall's
chapel, with Rer. 8. A. Douglaa in
charge. Gen Tjogaa Post, O. A R.
halving charge with Interment at
Granite Hill cemetery.
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July II, Thursday Oregon Pioneer
Association meeting Portland.
Tar and Feathers In lift.
Ia England the penalty of tar snd
feathers wss Introduced In 1180. when
Richard 1., before setting out for the
Holy Land, ordained, iu order to pre
serve tus discipline or bis fleet, that
whosfftever shonid be convicted of theft
tliboid flint have his hedd shsved; tlis't
boiling pitch should then be poured
spun It sad a rusblon of feathers
ausken over it. Ua wss afterward to
be put on shore st tbs first place the
lily tuuvlitU. tlim:i after u bsptUm
if I mj il in vc pit, fi tin, fMH)r wrotrb would
burr little llfu it. ,
HVW TO DAT
(CLASSIFIED AD RATE8. JS
wordl, two Isauea. 26c: tlx Issues.
BOo; one month.11.50. when DaU In
hdvanoe. Whan not paid In sdvatce.
&c per Una par Issue.)
PALACB HOTBL dining room
rent Inquire Palace Hotel. ;
ELBCTRK) VACUUM CLBANBR tor
rent, 10c for a half day. Bush
8KB AUO about new lentoproof par-
ton rings for rd oars. Cart
Centner. ' Phone It. 01
A letter just received hy K. H.
Blancbard from H. T. Pritohard, a
former wall knowa el titan ot this
county, hat how Urlag at Conor
d'Alene, Idaho, speaks et the serious
I. W. W. sltuattoa ia that section.
The agitators seem to hare stirred
up enough dlstorhaaoa to intimidate
the peaceful workmen to point
where they actually toar tor their
ltves tt they oppose the will ot the
I. W. W. Renos most milling opera- ,
tions aare aoout soma to a
still. . v ... ' v
. The governor ot Idaho has taken
up his temporary headquarters there
and la endeavoring to Owing about a
peaceful solution ot tha trouble. So
tar he haa held dowa any demon-
stratiotts hut effect of the situa
tion on business is disastrous.'
. : Aa Aged Gender.
' The birds that live to a great age are
comparatively tew. Gnlbv have been
known- to reach forty years, parrots
frsquentty lire eighty yesrs and swans
aearly as long, itavru and owls uu
ally die aoniewaat younger, but there
Is good Kaauu to Mleve- that eagles
and falcons Sometime live more than
a hundred year.' Or barnysrd fowls
ducks' sad teese live longest. . D, Mec
Lacblan of Islay, Scotland wrltee to
the neld that ha has a grander- that la
aow stity-sU years old. ronforty-flva
yeast It belonged to tr proprietor of a
aotei at gougead. SoOtJsud.; Twenty.
nMnt twnur imrtt h mi. m..
, ucWaa ssys thst the. gander looks s
wetland as young and acm ss attire
' Its age. , . . .hV '.
'They wore discussing the peeallsrt
tles of aames. and Blobtoa suddenly
sttd:..t4 ,', .
"By tho wsy. Cos, your wlte'tgot a
queer same, haw't ihe-'Duty?- .Where
did the get thsl name Duty r v
"Oh, she sdopted lt," replied Mr.
Cos. "Roe claims tbst every msrrled
womsu's middle name Is Duty, becsuss
ahe is either being doae or neglected."
"I know a man who la very success
ful la bnstnfes, snd yet sll his custom
ers know his talk about bh goods Is
rbleny hot air." . '
' "How doea be manage to fool them.
"He doesn't "lie deals la furnaces."
-Baltimore Amerlcaa. ,
. Sheer Idolatry.
"Gadtpur has a little white hen that
toys sa sgg every dsy."
"I guess he's proud of thst ufrd." '
"Proud Is not the nsme for II. Why.
man, be hss hsJ s phonographic record
made of her esokle." Rlrmlsgham
Age-Herald. , . ..
The Cithern. ! , . .
The cithern, a musical Instrument re
sembling the gultsr. mentioned, to I
Msccsbeea Iv, 64. employed by the
Chsldeans, was probably Introduced
into Palestine by the Hebrewsi after
their return from the Babylonian cap
tivity. Her Chsnes.
He (Juit to mnke con vernation) Do
yoa think apsis sre unhjekyt Sbo-I
should prefer a diamond if It s sD the
tame to you. Boston Transcript.
"What Is a skeptlcr -:
"A man who alwaya puts pitta on
the boot of s postsgs stlmp."-ruck.
Neatly printed statloaery ' at '
Courier offlce. ' '
TUB8DAT AND WMDITEBDAT
World Piotaree Brad y-Madd
(rinH pietures shown la thia
Portland, July If fo, your roes-
hush la not growl aiaata, .. V
If It la dovaloplat pecular buava
where sprouts have hoea uj humps
that look Ilka walnuts your rose
have a brand new aad serious dl
tease, say Portland root axparta to
day. T . . .
PICKING MEN FOR WAR.
The Selective Draft Wst Known In thd
' Tlme si Moses.
Registration for a aelecllve draft waa
known thoussnd of years ago. The
Urst cbspter of Numbers lefts bow Mo
tes In the secoud your after the exodus
from Egypt wit couimamlcd to choose
from smoug the various tribes men to
tabulate the names of the males over
theage of twt'uty who were able to
go to war. The poiwug, tu part, fol
lows: , . - . t j
v "Take ye the sum of all the congrc
gsthui of the chlhlrea of Ursel by their
fsmlllea. by their fathers' huusta, ac
cording to the number of tbs names.
every male by their polta: from twenty
years of sge and upward, all that are
able to go forth to war, thou and
Aama shall number them by their
busts. And with you there shall he a
man of every tribe. (Here are men
Honed the men who are to assist ta the
n'And Uossa aad Aaraat took-them
asea that are awntloned. and they aa
aembled all the congregation together
en the first day of the second mouth,
aad tbey declared I heir pedigrees after
them fnmlliee by their fathers' bosses,
according to the number ot the aasses
ftom twenty years eld and ttpwareVW
Wlsksts la CMlrsa Is Caused hy the
,. Wrsag Kind of Feeds.
r."Bewsre of giving young chltdraa too
much pasteurised milk, proprietary
food or even ceres U to the sxclnsioa of
brown bread and butter, stewed fruit
or roasted apple and a little meat once
day." writes Dr. Beverley Robinson
of New York la giving a warning note
about rickets to the Kw Turk Medical
He adds that he la "considering espr.
clilly cblltlren two or three years (old
who; ore beetthy snd vigorous unless
rickets develops unawarea by reason of
faulty dietary." And he quotes the folr
lowing rob usier
"like scurvy, rickets may be toned
in the famines of the wealthy ander
perfect hygienic conditions. , It Is most
common la children fed on condensed
milk, the various proprietary foods.
cow's milk and food rich In starches:
, Rickets to ths cause 'of taoddrneet
and bowlegs. It Is due to MUjtUe
animal fat and protein In the etnu
A .1. .... . - - '
together with too little lime i
Carte as Cttelse of a Wife.,' , '
Seats years ago tu Engl 1th curst
aarprUed his parishioners by marrying
a widow considerably okler than blm-
aelf. Ttie astonishment wss still great
or whoa the cause waa known. The
curate had become engaged to k young
girl whose frlfstoas conduct soon led
him to regret the step. He offered a
tottlemont for bis release, but Utt
refuted. He endeavored la every ry
to break the eagageaaeat, bat without
"Is there nothing I can do to escape
thlt" he eiclalmed one Bay la despair.
"Tea," remarked the girl's motbea,
who was present snd who hsd been
the prime mover In tho ntsrrisge nego.
tlatldos, "by marrying me." ; ,
The curat decided If be had to mmt
ry one of the two he preferred the
mother and accepted her. Tha young
girl married a wealthy stockbroker. .
, The desire to shine by delivering blm.
self of a crushing repartee all too often
leads the witty individual Into excesses
thst seriously offend charity and, not
rarely Justice as well.
A wit that to unkind Is not a gift to
h proud of. It usually belongs to a
discontented and spiteful person who
spurt from these fallings would he a
very nice friend, but the biting wit on
which' he Prides. himself keep every
body at a' distance. While ens dislikes
the Person who is ready to sgrss to
anything one may say; it to rather bet
ter to have that than continual disa
greement aad etugiog whS Exchange.
There are rsncbes In the great south
western pert of the United States
whose whole business to the fattening
of. rsttlssnskes and other reptiles for
market. The msrket for these crea
tures Is aa active one, including mu
seum , proprietors, circus , men, side
show actors, loologlcsl devotees and
also chemists who are after the Vari
ous enake poisohs. Kxcbsngs.
- ': lassnslstsnt Tssshore. ,
"And bow do you find school, Hsr
eMr i . . . , 4 '(
"Rstber difficult, sir.. The touchers
are toconatotsnt. In English' compost
ttoa'wa era told to be, original, In
rttbmettf 'wr are 'all atpecfdd bt.'get
tha MSMfesivrer.'-LouUvllls Courier-Jeuraal,
must be kept cool if you
would eryoy life these
warm days. ' Buy a nice,
cool hat or cap. That's
What you want. We
offer you three things
quality, assortment and
l v '.
tVI9tlNS TJVELVE INCH GUN.
It Takes 117 fdlles of Steel Teas Is
" Msks ths Jstket .
acsordlng .to the Ulllgat Moullily,
ao fewer than 117 miles of steel wire
are woaadooa a twelve bwh gun thst
weigh thtf teeu and a half tuna. In
appearance thlt wire, which Is of the
ssafc quality as piano wire. rcMtultlr
tap. It to a quarter of an Inch wide
tad a tenth of an Inch thli-R. , It ta
'tested to a breaking ttrt-ntU of 10
tons The wire unwinds from a reel
aa the gun barrel rcvolvit, sAd a' ten
siou of about flfty tout to lit square'
Inch losuret mckaiik-al twinacy Iu
wrapping U round th gun. - ,
Various parts of the gun receive dif
ferent thlckneiwrs of wire. At the
breech of a twelve Inch gun, where the
Chief strain comet, there Ire rilntty-lwo
Jsysrs, which glw a ink-knew .of nine
and a half lachdf ot Vlio.'barat-tha
musste there gr only fourteen Isysrs.
Over th aire ths gunmakera thrtuk on
tsl ring st white heat Wbea they
cool they contract and grip with to
mcat force. The rifling of the barrel
la an automatic prorata, an example et
wonderful mechtnlagl ingenuity. When
the gun la finished sxnsrts test the- oc
curs ey of th rifling wllh pltatle gutts-
percha. -vt,, ..- ' ' , . . s
Aypsrsntly They Are Ctn.lsered Only
hy Am.rloarv Authors.
Bcott never mentlous a schoolgirl,
says HI D. Sedgwlek'in the Atlsntlc.
Imsglne Thomst Ilardv 'faahlonlna s
schoolgirl out' of TVsshcx dsy or George
Meredith venturing to describe Diana
of the Crottwtjt Iu tliotw esrly years.
Arnold Bennett would bgv crested a
little miniature old .wife, at Van Eyck
and Memllng paint btbiet Uke minia
ture old men. II. O. Wcjlt would depict
bar as Incipient Umptailon to lead Mr.
Briumg,i for uttancef into vne of a
msq reasntlc sdveatUret. '
Galsworthy "would try to fit her Into
an ethical syitem, Into a niche of so
ctol Justice or matrimonial ventnres.
Mr. Howellt, m may Imagine, might
have eetayad the task, hut he would
bar tried to meat loo dlfflculty ot get
ting tha right valuet-as a painter dab
blues on yellows io.mnk a green-by
tddlng to a prluMiets reminiscent of
tne "vicar or waueneia,", a raw floii
cat tioydenltb touauew.
At there la noaavb thing as a school
girl on ths continent, French sud I tel.
Isn novelist do not mention her. In
deed, the schoolgirl, as ws see her, Is
an Amsrli-an product and modern.
A Ceek'e Assldsntsl Dltssvsry.
tout oi iue oe wayt oi cooauig
potatoes watt accidentally discovered
through the nnpunctuallty of a train,
When the Ito from Paris to St. Car
te waa apsaoi the Srst train carried
an official party, ibr Wbotri lunch 'was
bred. Tbeir?rMrat41xd for noou,
afid shortly before that hour tli pott-;
afterward t ,'meassge came that th
train would probably be delayed for aa
hour, so the potatoes were takea off
the are, bat left to th pan. Taea earn
a teeond message, "Train Just arriv
ing," apd the potatoes wre barriedly
put bark to fry again. When th party
est dowaJo lunch th potatoes .were
brought oa with the ste leach chip
waa then found to be tbowa out Hk a
email, crisp, golds balloon, to tho de
light of the guests. The cook without,
kdowlng it hsd Invented pommes do
' ' TsmatoM Pae Saad. , .
r Many peraona save the Brst tomato
that ripens for seed, and they think
they sre doing the right tttog.. The
very earliest tomatoes to ripen Sre not
as sweet aad solid st thoss ripening
from a weak to two weeks later. The
;Jbaat ptosv la taring the tomato for seed
to to select the more uniform, medium
site, which ripen evenly and qulpkly a
little while after the plaat haa Mm
producing ripe fruit Seede saved ffQai
tomatoes grown oa moderately thin soil
win retain th good qualities bet tar
than those saved from plaato which
were forced by very rich sell. Phils
detphls North American. '
more mhjcs for loss
iff! ? .
Will outlast several eaatoga
W prefer selliag Dtasaond
' tlroa bsoaase they are heater
At your service
THItOW AWAY. YOUR Old)
Yoa can hav them aaade aa
good as new. lholeuriag of
(aU kind. Auto work 4 ape
oUllty. All kinds of rpaaad
, cabinet work prosaptly aaeaad
. ...... ! N, .Btsth t4av' ,
ad ttrtagd rawHM
too were pat oa to fry, A tow mlnotet