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DAILY K-XICa 1UVBR OLRRIKH
POPULAR SONGS
15c each, 7 tor $1.00 postpaid
Cash with order
Tbe Nation's Awakening.
' Wba You Oont Bade
Paddle addle in your little cum
Paradise blues Pretty papa.
Plain little soldier man.
(Poor old BUL
Pray for the lights to go oat
Prohibition blues.
Pull the cork out ot ICrin.
Pussyfoot pranoe.
Put on your slippers and fill up your
pipe.
Queen ot the roses.
Ragtime lullaby.
Haul mlt der kaiser.
' Road tor you and me.
Road that leads to lore.
Rock&by land.
Roll along silvery moon.
Rollins atones.
Rose o' mine.
Rose dreams.
The Music and Photo Hoase
Stanton Rowell, Proprietor
SELECT A COMMITTEE
Monday evening Act State Secre
tary W. E. Wright and Recruiting
Officer Frank E. Sickles, ot the Y.
M. C. A., were In the city and with
a number ot our citizens selected a
committee for the purpose ot help
ing In the recruiting ot the Y. M. C.
A. for work overseas, and also In
this country.
There is a need ot 1,000 men
monthly for Y. M. C. A. work in the
following four classes: Auto driv
ers, mechanics and repair men, ath
letic directors, educational men and
hut secretaries. For men for over
, seas service the age limit Is set at
SO, and not younger than 37 years.
Even should the war cease sud
denly, there will be immense recon
struction . work to be done and the
Y. M. C. A. will be in urgent demand
for two years or more.
A local committee has been form
ed consisting of Theo. P. Cramer,
chairman; Dr. E. CMacy, secretary,
and Sam H. iBaker, R. K. Hackett
and Rer. Melville T. Wire. Anyone
desiring Information can obtain the
necessary blanks from the secretary.
Dr. E. C. Macy.
Messrs. Wright and Sickles left
for Roseburg this morning.
Justice of Supreme Court Conrad
P. Olson is able, .aggressive and
square. Write his name on ballot
November 5th to succeed himself In
vacancy caused by death of Frank A.
Moore. (Adv.)
DOING WORTHY WORK
The War Camp Community Ser
vice has been actively established in
62 cities in this country.
Adler-i-ka Helps Son!
"My son had lnflamation of bowels
and was greatly bloated (with gas).
'v, After giving Adler-1-ka he is com
pletely CURED. Doctors did no
good." (Signed) M. Gerhard, Ferdi
nand, Ind.
One dose Adler-f-ka relieves sour
stomach, gas and constipation IN
STANTLY. Removes ALL foul mat
ter which poisons system. Often
CURES constipation. Prevents ap
pendicitis. We have sold Adler-4-ka
many years. It is a mixture ot buck
thorn, caacara, glycerine and nine
other simple drugs. National Drug
Store.
WATCH
THIS SPACE
FOR
A
SURPRISE
El
Mine Buell Write Home
The many friends of Miss Florence
Buell. 22 year old daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. George Buell, 123 D street,
will be pleased to learn of her pro
motion as chief or "head lady" in
her branch ot "the chief ot ordnance
U. S. A. army, Washington. D. C."
At a direct call last spring Miss
Buell resigned her position as teach-
ler from a country school and hur
ried to Washington, where with true
western vim and an ambition to
win, she has forged steadily ahead
until she has attained her present
enviable position.
Her long letters hotile, picture her
busy, active, war time lite. Work
hours are from 9 a. m. to S p. m.
with a rest period of 15 minutes
morning and Evening, out ot doors,
noon period from 1 to 1:45.
Everything is done in the city to
protect the public health, yet on Oc
tober 15 there were 44 deaths, with
10,000 cases of Spanish intluenxa in
the city.
She writes that everything there
is "war, liberty loan and Spanish in
fluents." In returning from the
Red Cross rooms one evening, "I
walked by the White House. It was
beautiful, but you can't stop and ad
mire, or some one will step out from
nowhere and politely tell you to
'move on.' "
Accepting an invitation to visit a
near by military camp, "I watched
the boys answer an 'all outside' call
and make formations, afterward
they formed in groups and sang.
They were having a religious meet
ing at the 'Y.' Everything was calm
but underneath ran a current ot ex
citement for they knew they were
starting across." The next day the
camp was filled with cavalry all
"strapping big fellows from the
west," and on her return saw a
train load of wounded soldiers re
turning to the Walter Reed military
hospital in Washington.
Waiting for a train at Richmond,
Vs., she visited the capitol "to see
what It looked like." She thinks
Oregon has something to be proud
of In comparison. She says Virginia
is a wonderful country, but cannot
compare with Oregon and the west,
and finds it amusing to hear people
say they have "heard such great
stories of the west that after the
war la over they are all planning a
trip to Chicago and Iowa."
The Courier is a most welcome
guest each week. She wants all in
quirers to know ?ta is not coming
home until "after the war."
GERMANS STEAL WHOLE
FORESTS FROM HELPLESS
Amsterdam, Oct. 29. Irretriev
able damage has been wrought by
the Germans in the forests of Po
land, asserts Professor Mazosevitch
at Cracow. In Warsow province
alone, the German governor has con
fiscated one third of the forest
lands within his Jurisdiction, or
more than 500,000 acres. Lithuania
and White Russia have suffered even
more, especially the virgin forests of
Blalovlcz, which covers an area of
320,000 acres and are estimated to
be worth $200,000,000. These for
ests have now been cut up by the
uermans.
BRITISH NAVAL FLEET IS
MORE THAN DOCBLE1)
London, Oct. 29. Figures made
public on the growth of the British
navy during the war show the fleet,
including auxiliaries, increased from
2,500,000 tons displacement to
6,500,000 tons and the personnel
from 146,000 to 406,000.
Since the outbreak ot the war 21,
500,0001 soldiers hare been trans
ported by sea. Of this number 4,391
were lost.
For the requirements of the Brit
ish army and naval forces more than
86,000,000 tons of stores were trans
shipped and more than 24,000,000
tons were taken overseas for Great
Britain's allies.
Transportation was also provided
for 2,000,000 animals.
: S
NEW TOUAY
WANTED Position as driver . for
stage, truck or garage, 17 years
- Experience gas engines, six years
driving, diploma for driving and
repairing, also first class steam
...engineer, 18 years experience. W.
Jx Barzee, 361 I street, ' Grants
. Pass, Ore. , 06
SALE Squash, only a tew
more' loads left. C. Schaeters,
lower river road. 02
PER5Nf1L
Louis Rose went to Riddle this
morning.
It you want fresh bread get it at
Moore's Bakery. Oltf
Mrs. A. E. Kellogg and son, or
Gold Hill, were In the city today.
Rev. J. O. Vlen went to Medterd
this morning.
Try our milk, has tine cream, al
ways sweet. Moore Baking Co. 99tf
Miss Alice Ntbel, of Glendale is in
the city today.
C. E. McLane, democratic nominee
for sheriff. 77tf
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Donnell came
In this afternoon from their Canyon
home.
J. E. Turnbull came In this morn
ing from Eugene tor a tew days'
stay.
Mrs. Geo. Esterly returned Sunday
evening from Seattle, where she
spent several weeks.
Mrs. B. Peak, who spent several
days with Mr. and Mrs. Amos My
ers, left this" morning for I-oa An
geles, where she will reside.
Don't forget the rich milk at
Moore's Bakery. Oltf
Mrs. Mary Capps, who spent the
past six weeks at the Geo. Esterly
home at Waldo, left this afternoon,
returning to her home In Honolulu.
Mrs. Nellie I'tley, who has charge
ot the hospital at Glendale for Dr.
Knott, is spending the day In the
city.
Forhaa'a tor the Gums. Sabln has
It. 01
Mrs. H. P. Johnson arrived this af
ternoon from Roseburg and will
spend a few days with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stinebaugh.
James T. Chlnnock returned . to'
Eugene this morning to resume his
work In the training school.
When you want bread, say
"Moore's." it's fresh. Oltf
Mrs. A. E. Buell and two" children
arrived this morning from Albion,
Ida., and will make their home with'
Mr. Buell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Buell of this city, during the
war period. Mr. Buell Is in the ser
vice.
All orders tor hemstitching, and
pecotlng promptly filled at the Han
dicraft Shop, Medtord. 07
Mrs. Lucy Ferren has received a
letter from her son. Timothy Leslie
Ferren, who has been stationed at
Fort McDowell, that he expects to
start immediately across the water.
Mrs. Ferren says she will endeavor
to get Into the service as a nurse or
other capacity. '
Keep Olson on bench by writing
in his name November 5th. (Adv.)
BORN
POWERS In this city Sunday, Oc
tober 27, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Powers, a son.
S. A. T. C. BARRACKS ARE
ABOCT READY AT l OF O.
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oct.
29. The new S. A. T. C. barracks
will probably be ready for occupancy
within a week. The work has been
delayed to some extent by the Illness
of some of the workmen with influ
enza, and the inability to replace
them with other men. The contract
is now being rushed, and the finish
ing work is in progress.
The barracks Is two stories in
height and will accommodate about
200 men. The ground floor is di
vided Into two large rooms. In the
rear of the barracks, a separate
building Is being erected containing
shower baths.
Hawk Works Hard for Living.
The hawk Is a successful fisherman,
and were Its task done with the catch
ing of a fish its lot would be an en
viable one. But a live fish Is not de
sirable aa the piece de resistance of a
hawk dinner, so the bird that catches
one always flies around until the fish
is dead. This, we are told, la the In
variable practice.
Sometimes a fish expires quickly,
while at other times a hawk must fly
around for hours before it can. return
home to the waiting family. There
have-been times when the Ash have dis
played stamina greater than the birds;
This' may explain why hawks seldom
pounce on the croaker, most tenacious
of life of all flah in the waters round
about There Is a well-attested Instance ot
a hawk which started to fly around
with a croaker it had caught and, after
flapping about a whole afternoon and
half a night, fell exhausted on the
beach. Fishermen who were attract
ed by the unusual occurrence found
the hawk dead while the croaker, fast
In the lifeless talons, had not croaked.
If you have anything, to sell try
a classified ad.
envelopes at ths Courier Office.
Envelopes at the Co.rler Office.
LOCAL
I'tamplttU Arrives
Mrs. W. N. Campbell has received
word of the safe arrival ot her sun.
Collin William Campbell, over seas.
Paul's Electric Store. v
Wiring, llghtlag, everythlug elec
trical. Phone BO. Medford 103
Pay Dure at 8i
Mrs. Pratt will be at the Spa to
morrow to collect dues for the
Knights and Indies f Security: also
on the 11th, 18th ami 26th of each
month. 01
Elect rlo Work
Have your elect rlo worn done
while our man is In Grants Pass
Monday and Tuesday, October 28 and
29. Leave call for electrician at
Oxford hotel. Pauls Electric store.
Dies at hospital
Luther Shuneker, who has been
suffering at the local hospital from
a paralytic stroke, and a broken leg,
died last evening. Short funeral ser
vices were held this forenoon at the
Hall undertaking parlors, and the
body was interred this afternoon In
Granite Hill cemetery. Mr. Schu
neker was an employe of the Copper
King mine, 65 years of age, and hat
no relatives In the west.
SMELL THE KAISER
WITH Nl'T SllrXLS
The war department needs pits
and nut shells enough to make 112.
S57 gas masks a day. It takes sou
peach stones or 7 pounds of other
pits and nut shells to make one
mask.
The boys "over there" are making
wonderful ' progress In their war
work. Can we do as welt with our's
"over here?" They need gss mssks
now more than ever, before. After
the war is over they wont need
them. Save your pits and nut shells
now. Send them In as soon as pos
sible to Demaray's Drug store, Mrs.
H. H. Allyn, 818 Lawnrldge Ave., or
put them In one of the barrels which
have been placed on the street cor
ners for this 'purpose.
Ql'EKIt SIGHTS ARE SEEN
AT EXAMINATION lBIOT
Camp Kearny, San Diego, Cal.,
Oct. 27. Some queer sights are seen
here when recruits are given physi
cal examination on the occasion of
their Induction into the army. Ob
viously, complete examination re
quires that the men strip, but some
of them Interpret thliKJth reserva
tlons. v
It is nothing to see a 200 pound
recruit ambling briskly along the
line of medical officers wearing a
pair of eye glasses and nothing
mors. Recently one man, obedient
to the order given him at the en
trance of the examination building
took off all his clothes but disobeyed
the order Insofar as It applied to
hose supporters. Another construed
a wrist watch as not being "clothes"
and wore it and nothing else
throughout the examination.
One recruit, an Indian, stepped
along, showing such elasticity he
seemed built of steel springs, while
immediately behind him was a fat
recruit with knock knees, a picture
of. awkwardness.
Some of the men look lean and
fit, others are gross and overweight.
Very often, especially among Cali
fornia recruits, men are found with
arms and legB tanned a rich brown
while the remainder of their bodies
are quite fair, due to the protection
of their bathing suits.
REFUSED TO WEAR GAUZE
MASK IS SHOT DOWN
San Francisco, Oct. 29. While
scores of passersby scurried for cov
er, H. D. Miller, a deputy health of
ficer, shot and severely wounded
James Wiener, a horseshoer, In front
of a downtown drug store early to
day, following WIsser's refusal to
don an Influenza mask.
'According to the police Miller
shot in the air when Wlsser first re
fused his . request. Wlsser closed in
on him and In the succeeding affray
was shot in the arm and the leg.
Wlsser was taken to the central
emergency hospital -where he was
placed under arrest for failure to
comply with Miller's order.
BOOKS m TRENCHES
'Books of the American library
Association are being taken into the
front line trendies for the soldiers
through the aid ot the Y. M. C. A.,
K. of C. and Salvation Army workers.
Do You Believe in
Preparedness?
WR VENTURE THE ASSERTION THAT YOlll WIFH DOES, IV
YOU DO NOT She know the ronvtmhiN-e of having prfpartHl to
orve a hasty meal on uliort notice. Fur tills purpose, notlUng' will
surpass our canuwl, bottled ami package goods. A well assorted
supidy of Uieae goods kept In your pantry will help her out of
many an emits it hmnIiik filiation.
THE ROCHDALE
THE STORE OF GUARANTEED QOODH
,C. It Fl FIELD, Manager
"Give It to cat.
pleases Graofr
daddy."
"Why Bobby. If
you wait a bit for
It youll have It
to eoJoy lonfierT
Too-pool That's
no argument with
WRIGLEY5
'caose flu flavor
lasts, anyway I!
After every meal
WRITE IN NAME OF
Conrad P. Olson
And make an X before it In the space on the ballot as shown below.
J I STICK OF S4J tKEM K COl'KT.
of Frank A. Moore.
JISTK E OLSON IS SQUARE ABLE and NOW SERVINU BY AP
POINTMENT. WHY CHANGE?
ALL CANS STERILIZED
Tine Hazelwood Creamery Company Is making evory effort to
prevent the spread of Influeuza. and so there will be no possi
bility ot contagion from the handling ot cream cans, every can is
Thoroughly sterallzed before it Is allowed to leave the centrnl plant.
Ask your grocer tor Hazelwood butter, the best.
HAZELWOOD CREAMERY
O. K. Nelfton, operator ,
mflllE NEATH DONE AT THE COM OFFICE
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