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PAGUB FOUR DAILY ROGUH RIVEIt OOURlhiH JOY TONIGHT ONLY AdmiwiM ISOc ud 10c ....... . t, v. i. Geo Beban . . . - ... 1 1 1 . t The Roadside Im prcsiarip. On acroomt of ' snisUks ' In shipping the Mary Garden Pic tore failed to arrive- and . we were obliged to make thin sub. Utntioa. '- '.. II nci7CQM1l AN5 I Arll "I MURRAY At his home, 023 L street Sunday, September 29, John Campbell Murray. . .. - . Deceased baa. been a reatdent of Graati Pass for the past two year. ' He la survived by two children, Mrs. Glenn etarr of Fresno, Cat, and Ver sa Murray of Corrallta. - The f antral will be he)d at the Christian canrch Thursday afternoon at 2:30, ..Rev. Charles Drake conducting the ser Tlce. Interment In. the . O. O. F. cemetery. '" ' '" ' ' Mrs. Charles Drake went to Eu gene this morning to visit relatives. J. H. Ahlf made a trip to Medford this morning. '' Earl B. Taylor left last night for Corvallla to enter the student army training corps. - "Aladdin". Dye soap. Sabln has it. : Judge C G. Gillette returned yes irriv from a several days' trip to Portland and other points north, i Sign your sugar cards for October. You can have your month's supply lin one lot now. J. Pardee. 77 i Rev. Melville T. - Wire returned yesterday from, attendance at the M.j C. conference at Portland. ' ' j Mrs. M. J. Carpenter, of Rogue ftlver, was a Graota Pass vlaltor this morning. -' ' . ' j Miss Gladya Mynott, of Bandon, who apent a week with the W. .K. Everton family, left this morning for her home. "' i Sign your sugar cards tor October. You can have your month's supply In one Jot ow. . J.. Pardee... 77 iRev. P. Kji Hammond Arrived thla morning from Ashland, and will con duct the funeral of.frs. James Hol man this afternoon,. and that, tor Mrs. Henrietta Henry, n Wednesday, aftew noon. ' f Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wallace and children and Miss . Ethel , Rich of Eagle Valle, returned from a. trip to, California and apent a few days here wltb the T. E. Wallace family. . They left last night for Welser, Ida. . W. Webber Is In from the Cop per King mine today on business. C. E. Methane, democratic nominee tor sheriff. 77tt Mrs. G. Soule and daughter arrtv ed this afternoon from Dole to re main here Indefinitely. The Liberty loan headquarters on Sixth street have been closed and E. Q. HarrU may now be found at the Chamber of Commerce rooms. Ikitf lining Oct. 1 Meals at Palace hotel will be 40 cents. Sunday night chicken dinner SO ronta. .i ' 77 Sergeant Kuth Home Sergeant Orln 8. Ruth of the 4 2d aero squadron at Dayton, Ohio, Is home on a 5-day furlough, visiting his mother, Mrs. JUsate 'Ruth', and his brothers and friends.1-- Pay Taxes Now Payment of taxes should before October & In order additional penalty Geo.t sheriff. be made to avoid Lewis, 80 Returns From Portland Mrs.S..Uughrldge returned yes terday from a visit at Portland with her daughter. Mrs. Chaa. H. Day. and with whom she spent the; week at Seaside. BOOTLEGGER PAYS FINE WITH LIBERTY BONDS C. C. Jones, the man who had the large quantity ot boose which was confiscated wben he asked the sheriff to help him over 'Roberts mountain Saturday, pleaded guilty, and was fined $250 In Justice Riddle's court late Saturday 'evening. He waa accompanied by another man. but aa It was tna opinion oi me officers that the other fellow did not have any Interest In the cargo, he was allowed to go unmolested. - In paying the fine ot t i 50, he gave the sheriff $100 in cash, and the bal ance ot $160 tn liberty bonds. Roseburg Review. may not be followed with next year's' crop, but we would urge the planum ot the wheat and leave It to I'mle Sam to say what to do with It next year. i C. D. THOMPSON. County Anent. Tom Gorman, of the Josephtne today. Portland. Is at I M 4 HE Did Not Hesitate! i'J "Second lieutenant WIIHamB. Uoore-On Jo , 1818, Toluatetred . and took a track load of amnmiiitjon goad Bsateriil Into the tonra. of Bourcsdjes ever a .resd iwept hr rtmory n4 u chine gm fire thereby rlie-" la( a critical a.taat.an. Gaaaral mtil . - ..... er- 5 -Vr: ux- What would Lieut Moore's bravery have accomplished if The Supplies had not been there? That Truck Load of Ammunition and r Material was purchased With Liberty . Bonds. Those' Boys will do their Part if You ; , will Permit by Doing Your Part Your Duty Today is to Buy Liberty Bonds ---all you can Pay For. . Lieut' Moore did not hesitate. What Does, -Your Conscience Say? BUY FOURTH LIBERTY BONDS Aay Bank Will Help You. rATBiono conaanoi ei MOORE: BAKING COMPANY Joy Theater WEDXESDAY and THl'RSDAV Two shows 8 and 9.10 Geo. M. Cohan In his own famout play "Hit the Trail Halliday" HERB IT IS! , ' The Great American Patriotic Comedy ABSOLUTELY NO BOB STUFF IX IT . . AA story as genuinely American as the Fourth of July, a tale of- a '' ' Yank who fights' With a smile do.' his lips. ' r -' Will Lray) Friday E. B. Cooper's application has been accepted at the IT. ot O. military training school, and In company -with Attorney Paul Blanchard will leave for Eugene Friday to enter the of ficers' training school. .They have both chosen the artillery branch. COUNTY AOKNT'8 NOTES It may be Interesting to know that there are IS counties In Oregon that are producing leas wheat than Jose phine. '!' - We are asked to Increase our 1919 production aa much as we reasonsbly can do without. materially unbalanc ing our farm program. . If a farmer grew 10 acres ot wheat last year and plants 11 acres this year he has In creased his planting 10 per cent which Increase If followed tnrouKn- out the land will mean an enormous production.- . ' We have succeeded very well with this harvest and know we may do a little more next year. The food administration has modi- fled the regulations with regard to marketing wheat In the outlying dis tricts so that wheat may be sold and used for feeding purposes. This plan SIX SONS IN SERVICE J. W. Scarberry, toroman and man ager ot the I'rotocted love ration near Murphy, Is the father of seven sons. Six of these sons are now in the army, all having enlisted, while the younger son is In high school, ready as soon as he becomes 1 S years of age to join (he tight with his six brothers now tn the service. ' The father of these sods Is proud ot the fact that he has so many sons In the service and ha would be with them did not age .bar him. ON CASH BASIS. Owing to tint grratljf IimtihwhkI roNt of Vln Iwitlnwie we are forrwl to Hlne V " 'lMU or raise the prlc of mir wwk and mwhJMidlne, an have Wi1xl Hint Uu , runtomer Would urrfer the cash basis rather than the ralMi of priws. Music and Photo House Maoum lUwrrJl, I'roprMor Hatowe'en Dance- Given by Honor Guard girls Sat urday. October 1J. Waldorf hart, ad mission 60c, 25c, spectators 10c Rebekahs Work at Hall The Bebekahs will do their Red Cross work at the I. O. O. F. hall In stead of the Red Cross work rooms, on account of the crowded condition of the rooms. They will meet Thurs day, October 3, and each succeeding Thursday. Sells Ranch E. G. Morey and family have moved from their ranch near Kerby to Grants Pass and will make their home here, Mr. Morey having sold his ranch to . Brownie Hampton, of Wolf Creek, who Is now occupying the same. NEW TOlAY (CLASSIFIED AO RATES. 26 words, two liiUBH. 2S(: ill tainea. 50c; one month, $1.50. wheh paid In advance. When not raid In ad vase 5c per line per Issue. ) WANTED By gentleman, board and room on ground floor with heat. Address P. O. Box 386. 76tf FOBSALE EightearoldHsaddTe or driving horse and good saddle and bridle for $50. Call after p. m. 1301 East A street. Phone No. 140-R. 78 FOR SALE Tomatoes, 1 Vi cents per pound, 1 U mile west on lower river road. 'Will deliver on certain days. Con Schaefers. 78 WANTED Chambermaid tor Mill hotel, Mill City, Ore.; 140 per month with board and room. Call at 702 C street, ask for C. C. Har per. 78 OCT. 307 WednesdayiHalowe'en supper Ty M. E. Ladles Aid. 77tf TOKAY GRAPES for sale at 2 cents per pound. Culls. "656 North Sixth street. 78 WANTED-to borrow! 17500-1 Dn20 acres Improved river bottom farm, pay 8 per cent. Address No. 1640 care Courier. 82 WANTED Cook, also a girl for nurse training. Communicate with Granite City Hospital, Ash land. Ore. 82 MEROHAXTS' LUNCH TOMORROW 11:30 to 1:30 lloked Veal and Oyster I'le Individual Also Genuine Mexican (lilll Con Carne Oxford, Grill The, Best of Food Well ' , Served ME! The last week for canning peaches ..:.. i j. .... a plentiful supply at THE ROCHDALE TUB STORE OF GUARANTEED GOODS C. R. FIFIELU. 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