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DAiLT KiKJVB RlVClt COtkilCB PAUki THttr" 'I. FEUITDALE 7aMV i - p 1 1 PS- . I. i ft - " S Vi-rwjr.:-M-. I'M??'.-? 4V4 V I H v'.:."-'.-;:.'-- ' mi :;: '-'' 4V ; EJETS UPIOLB' IT Let us again prove that we are worthy of the Name and fame of "The Volunteer' State" III m iplt IS OUR CHANCE Show your patriotic spirit your willingness to DO if not DIE. Sign for the FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN NOW by pledging your, subscription. Put more fear in the Hun the fight has just begun. Delay prolongs the fray; get into the volunteer ranks TODAY Prepnred by H.lI.Emory Advertising C 8. Gordon, Artlut This space contributed through the patriotic co-operation of Liberty Loan Committee Hoy Wiliiama want to RuMburg SdlanUy to ork In the Wvllt-rargo Kxiten office. It. It. Turner is dod from Koxe- burK fur a ihort vacation. J. U Htantmugh rcoclvcd um- muna to attend th fejeral rn4 jury at Medford, October I. Mr. ;. A. Hamilton entortalneil KiHit, Anna and Kntcrt Ni-llnon. ' Margaret Ratbbons. (Irj-e frrtU and ()ri( Redding In the i'.;n with a jjcnlc dinner of bom grown fried chick 'n, eKtallea, frulta and watermelon. Mr. and lira. Young and Mr. and Mra. Iluber and family wera all day cu of the Charlie Peterson fam ily. J. If. Harris and Mrs. Redding and family were dinner guesta of Mrs. I. Hageo Sunday. Margaret Uatbbone a;ent the week: end with Grace Presley In Grants Pass. Mrs. Fred Ropr iper.t Friday with. ber parents at Cectrrl Point. Mr. and Vrs. Jerry Foster and children, of New Hope, visited tb Wllllam Williams furully Sunday. FEBRYDALE .1 Mrs. P. T. Everton was visiting Mrs. M. L. Griffin Saturday. Mrs. Mary Frank um left Friday for Gold Beach. Frank Hogue cam up and she returned with him. J. L. Green was In Grants Pass ovtr Sunday. P. T. Everton and little son, Louis, were seen In our vicinity Saturday afternoon. Miss Bulah H umey was visiting at M. L. Griffin's Saturday and Sunday, returning to Granta Pais Sunday evening. School started Monday at the Mapleton school with Misa Hazet King as teacher. George Hill spent Saturday at hla home In this vicinity. He is attend ing the bish school at Grants Pass. Will Van Dorn has rented his farm to Mrs. Falva. Mr. Van Dorn Is go ing north near Portland to work on the roads. Mr. Johnson has recently returned from visiting his son, Lorance, who has been seriously hurt in a logging camp, having fallen about 40 feet. In juring his back He was one of the government loggers. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Olson have re turned from Gravel Ford this week. They expect to put In their fall graia and then return to the coast for the winter. . George Jones and family - moved Tuesday to the Everton farm, having rented It for the coming year. Misses Wtlda, Leona and Edna Griffin and Bulah Hussey were viBlt Ing Mrs. A. I. Hussey Saturday after noon. Some of the neighbors and young people spent a pleasant evening at Win. Anderson's last Thursday. Their daughter and son-in-law, Steve and Mable Smith, soon expect to learo us for Coos county. Little Lonls Hussey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hussey. was ser iously hurt Sunday while !n the barn. She fell about 16 feet. They took her to Dr. Lougbrldge. He found her ankle badly sprained and the hone bent above the ankle. 1 F OF A Paris, Sept. 2C The French knack of giving a witty turn to the most sinister aspects of life was ex emplified In an artistic, although somewhat startling manner recently during a Y. M. C. A. secretary's visit to one of the- trenches. The "Y man had taken along a lot of pro visions and tobacco and cigarettes. The corporal on duty said there had been a dearth of smokes for several days and that the soldiers would be delighted to get them. "But,' he said, "they will appreciate the gift a hundred fold It It conies to tnem in some extraordinary way." Thereupon he arranged the pack ages along the parapet of the trench which looked out Into "No Man's land. Then he sounded the '"alerte" which brought the soldiers pell-mell out of their abris to repel -wtiat they thought was an attack by the 3er- mans. Judge of their pleasant sur prise when they found themselven faclng, not Huns, but packages ot the long-longed for tob?.-co and cig arettes.. 1 COMING EVENTS Sept. 27, 28, Friday and Saturday Red Cross Baaar and Carnival