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n ksdav, imtoiiku h. nun. CONNECTS CARACAS WITH SEA Amirlcan Built Railway Which Glvta Vanexuilin Capital IU Only Outlat to the Ocaan. For mora tliuti im yean Caracal, Ciiiltnl city of Venciuchi, wai accna alhlo from La (lunlra, Ha port town, only tiy an old KpnuMi trail, which In the wry early duyi of tin) country the Indiana liml traced across the tmmntalni that range along tin, north ern const. It win not until lmi, after leverul iittouiptN liinl heeti iiimlu to build mllrond. tlmt Cnrucai finally win conncctud by rull with .the hot Utile town tlmt glvei the republic'! chief city In outlet to thu ci. In tliut year an enlerprlMlng Amcrt nn, who several yeiira before Dad conn to Venciiuclii an minister or conmil from the United Htatei, com pleted the work on the La (lunlra and I'nrueiii railway and linmodliituly opened the line to traffic, which but for an Infrequent Inndnllde or rcvohi tlon hua continued unlnterruiited ever alnce. The line toduy In one of the flneit narmw-gnugti mountain rallwayi Id the world. Hypodermlo Syringe 1.1 Crlm. ru Chnllliiii. who liiveiiled the hy podermlc syringe, iceim to have been a. Kort of Kiifin. lie .t,)IHii-l In Purl n aehool 0f crime from which Mich youtiKMtera ai "t'harley Ilntes" and the "Artful Dodder" itrudunted. Stimulated by nn Injection of mor phlne or mime other drug, Ihey went out to dn great deeda In tlw criminal line. When the "irhiinl" uum raided the principal ricaped. Inn vldejice wuh found to allow hli part In lome during Crimea. Physician nttiiched to the crlmlnul bnrenu w the grant ndvuntnge of the hyMMiTinlc yrlugo, and It hai ever aim becu a recog nised agency In medical practice. Unexpected Definition People who dig hole in dykea tnaat not complain If they an- awept nway Lu the llooda they loonc. Tor they gen entl'.y arc. When TiilleyrniKl wna nuked what he did during the reign of terror In the French revolution, he replied: "I lived." That, for one of the original leaden of the revolution, mi no Mllght achievement. And the French rovolu tlou Itaelf, beginning aa an earthamke of radicalism und ending with an m aeror and Impcrtallitk- c-uwjtwtitM, re tiiHina a classic Inatnnce of an blHterlc iandHllde terminating tut at ail suborn Ita propellers Intended. PRINTING THAT PLEASES BAGDAD ASTONISHED BY FIRE ENGINE iff - The ihiiIm.- i,f llHgdixl, which Home iluic .igo "hk vr-Ntcd trout Hie VurkH by the llililli forrea. are roiiMed out of theli tiionnnK xli-t-p by the ClHiiglog of a l.onilon Hre engine, mid view the mm-hlne with iiHtoiimhmvut. Reliable Weather Clan. A text tube ubout ID IiicIm long and Inch In dlumeter In faitened to a bane or hung up by a wire. In thli teit tube are put 2 drami of camphor. hi drum of potnHNlum bltrate, Vi dram of aminnnluui chloride, 2 ouncei of pure alcohol, 2 ouneei of water. If the Ingredient! do not mix eaxlly tube Khould be put In warm water or hhuketi thoroughly. After a cork la put in the tube It li ready for work, inyi Electrical Kxperluieiiter. Following li the weather which the cliniit'.-)! In the lluld d-notn: Clear liquid Hrlcht weuther. Crystal at txitd.m Tlilck air, front In winter. . Iti;i Mnuld Unln. I Mm lluuid with nanull 'Atari ThunderNtorniH. Ijirge fiaki-M Ilenvr nlr. ovcrcnat iky: mow In winter. Threiidi In opiior part Windy wen titer. Kumll dotit Damp wutiiher, fog. Itbdug flnkii which leranln hlKh Wind In j)ier air. Small tnn in winter on 'bright, clear, itmrry tajK Suow la a day or two. '.!nvc loitei nt tha- Conrler Office. WE DO IT! At - ,MiVj Whit li CowardiceT However many plumei there may he of courage, bravery. Tnlor and fenr, there aeemi to b but one of nctuul cowardice. It li moral panl(! an ab solute diitltutlnn of courage. It riimci about through imrrenderlng to the Initio! fenr and letting It demoral ize one. Panic qalcVly follow! and one flcei In terror, oftentimes In ter ror of lomethlng thnt doei not exist, lomethlng purely Imiiglnnry and born of a finr-emaed brain. The canie of the original fvar often -become! Imlg nirennt In rtmipnriaon to -the Imagined one. TIiIh ninle of panic 1b contagloui. Thli li tet Jliwtrutcd by a flock of aheep when one f thera become! olnnncd nnd bolta. The othera nwh lell ineTI ftT it, Vlcutlng and terror-atiick-n, not knowing why, or of what they are afraid. Physical Culture, Human ShiM as Tillsmin. The hniiiint skull k. a gruesome tnlls nmii. TiuttTi in hiit! n century ago, I tx-llef rtistefl n the eiorfli of Scntlnnd ihiil the k-trn-or a murderer xissessed ie-iu,niriil srrnpert-s. Epilepsy was ll to fce erifriy iciiiklug lilumi out f It. mid ever watir from thii hide on drhiMoe t-eiiet wm alleged to b- luertl-:iin(i luilllMitt. fJFT IP 1 Will Amount to Vaat 8uoi. We read that u retired aoup mano fncturer of the middle Weat hai mad teatntnentnry provlalon for a fund of $11, (KM which li to remain Intact un til the year 21WJ. a neut llil rwri.i The linportnnt document In Uie case oas neon placed In an air tight Metal tnhr. hermetically aenled to wlthainnrf the ravagci of time, and the fund will pe aareiy kept In auch placet will provide for I ateetlv flnnnrlnl Uon. It hua been figured that In 240 ream the Ill.DOO will have Increaaed to more than $200,000,(XJO, and In the year that amount will be avail able for the benenclailei "homeleai 4ogi and cata." Providence Journal. Man'i Advantage. MiiKglna A man la often forced la pocket hla pride. . BukkIiii Ye, that'i where be hai ilecl.-led advantage over woman, who hain't ao muny pocketa. 22 8eoarata Fat From Witap The recovery of valuable fat re maining In water nied In waihlng wool li now being accomplished by meiini of a new machine reoiMlnir a cream leporntor, inyi Popular Me- rnaniri Mngaxlne. In the punt vart oui attempt to do thli huvc not proven satisfactory. The wash water runs dlrectlv Into a hnu-l nin,i a. (KXJ revolution! per minute, and the fat separated ulmont Instiintly. Obitactea In Every Path. Mont of ui who work for a living; have to contend with a full measure of the dny-a carei and aetbncki. We have thli obligation to meet, that diffi culty to muster, nnd so on. Yet In fair ness to ourselves and In Justice to the persons with whom we touch elbowa during business hours, we shonld, the minute we come Into their midst, put all "our own busluesa" into tbe back ground. Missouri Musical Note. Some one hai discovered that the notei of the qmill are the lame aa the first two notei of the long, "I Dreamt That I Lived In Marble Halla." We always were of the opinion that Boh White would be a beautiful sing er if he had confidence enough In him self to get to It, but he doesn't seem to be making much progress In his mu sical itndles. Brookfleld Gaxette, Ml kinds of lei Conrler. 1 Unk at tv.c STATKMEXT OF I VN KltSHIP, MANAGEMENT. CIItClXiA TlOX, KTC. Requited by Art of August 24, 1913. Of the Rogue River Courier, pub lished dally at Grants Pass, Oregon, for October 1, 1918. Publisher, A. E. Voorhles. Editor, Geo. L. Drummond. Managing Editor, A. E. Voorhles. Business Manager, A. E. Voorhles. Owner. A. E. Voorhles. Average number of copies of each Issue of this publication Bold or dis tributed through the mails or other wise, to paid subscribers, during the six months preceding the date shown above, 991. Bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of, bonds. None. (SUned) A. E. VOORHIES. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd dav of October. 1918. L. A. LAUNER, Notary Public. (My commission expires August 21, 1920.) National Mazda Lamps TJ AV1NU too little light puts a strain on chil dren's vision that they may never outgrow! Why not have plenty of light? Na tional MAZDA. Lamps give three times the light pt old fashioned carbon lamps without adding a penny to your light bill. Rogue River Hardware i f...i- Geo. K; Kiddle, Mgr. Classffied FOR HALE FOR SALE CHEAP for caab SO acre near Wlmer. Good place to itart with little money. Addren II. M. Knudien, Paico, Waih. 84 FOR SALE Two llerkihlre iowi, weight about 100 poundi each; 3 ton grain hiy; 1 one-hone wagon. E. F. Vahrenwald, Muri.hy, Ore., phone 601-F-32. 83 FOR SALE Bean fodder, H per ton two mllei down lower river road, Jum above pumping plant. Inquire 707 Foundry street. 84 FOR SALE 1 h. p. gaiollne en gine, good order, Falrbanka-Morie. Price $35. L. A. Launer. 83 FOR SALE Second gradu grapea for lale at corner Fifth and G street. $1 a lug box, about 60 pounds. N'ot aold In any smaller quantities. Bring box to pu them In. E. L. Churchill. 83 APPLES A.VD PEARS for sale All hand picked at Lake Side Fruit ranch. Newtown applet at 60c a box, Winter .Vellii pean at $1 a a box (orchard run) for one week only. Bring your 'boxes. Tele phone 609-F-23, H. T. Hull. 83 VETCH SEED for sale. Last week for canning peaches, order early. Public Market. 87 TO RE XT ; LARGE, NICELY furnished front I room with . good table board In I strictly modern home. 1918 Ford, j good as new, for sale. 725 South Seventh street. 82tf TOR RENT Nicely furnlahed mo dern 5-room cottage and garage, 609 A street; also an unfurnished 5-rooifi cottage, 203 C street, low rent. See N. E. Townsend, 621 A street 87 WANTED WANTED A dish washer at once. Inquire of chef at the Oxford. 78tf WANTED Good man as teamster. nonse provided. Married man preferred. Good wagea. Alio want an experienced pruner. Write to Country Clnb Orchard!, phone 60O-F-2. Merlin, Oregon. 8( WANTED Furnished bungalow with five, or six rooms. Phone 328-J or 115. 83 EMPLOYMENT WANTED by young woman, high school graduate. typist. Qualified for general of fice work.. Good references. Ad dresi No. 1675 care Courier. 83 WANTED Apple pickers at River Banki farm. Phone 607-F-3. 87 LOST LOST Sometime between Friday and Monday, boy's overcoat, green and black mixture, 12-year old size. Finder kindly deliver to the Hotel Josephine and receive re ward. 83 LOST Blue-grey army blanket, in the city park Sunday. Finder please leave at 609 A street. 83 PHOTO STUDIO THE PICTURE MILL for fine photo graphs. Open dally except Sun day from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sun day sittings by appointment only. Phone Mill, 283-R, or residence 140-J. 57tf POLITICAL CARDS (Paid Advertisement.) MRS. JOS. MOSS Independent Candidate for County Clerk EUGENEL. COBURN Regular Republican Nominee, for County Clerk , GEO. S. CALHOUN Regular Republican Nominee for County Treasurer Present Incumbent GEO. W. LEWIS Regular Republican Nominee for Sheriff Economy. Walter (to persevering Scot) "Ton eem to have difficulty of getUng all that soap up with your spoon, sir I Shall I bring you a bit of blotting pa per T" Answers, London. Advertising MISCELLANEOUS BRI.N'O YOUR JUNK to the Grant Pass Junk Co., 403 South Sixth itreet. Phone 21. We buy raga, metal, rubber, icrap Iron, hide and wool, old automobiles for wrecking. <f ON CASH BASIS The Music and Photo house will remove to tha ne location, next door west, oa October 1, and everything wilt b on a cash basis except planoa and talking machlnei sold oa leas. Cash bails is necessary In order to maintain low prices. Stanton Rowell, 607 O itreet. 87 BUT YOUR FUEL, kindling, block and sawdust of Baber Bros. 225 Weit O. Phone 5' . S JITNEY SERVICE Any where, any time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R. Otto J. Knlps, Residence 14-T. 23S VETERINARY giiiiCKON DR. R. J. BESTUL. Veterlnarian. Offlca, residence. Phcne 305-R.. PHYSICIANS L. O. CLEMENT. M. D.. Practlc limited to diseases of the eye, eat, noie and throat. Glasses fitted. Offlce noun 9-12, 2-5, or on ap pointment Office phone 62, resi dence phone 359-J. 9. LOUGHRIDCJE, M. I)., Phyalclaw and surgeon. City or country cilia attended day or alght. Reildene phone 369; office phone 183 Sixth and H, Tuffs Bldg. DR. J. O. NIB-LEY, Physician and eurgeoi. Lundburg Bldg. Health officer. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Phone J 10-J. A. A. WITHAM, M. D. Internal medicine and nervous dlaeaaai; .903 Corbett Bldg., Portland. Oro. Houn 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. A. BURSELL, M. D., D. C. Corner Sixth and D streets. Block east Of pbstoffice. All approved and drna lesi methods. Children and chronlo diseases. ATTORNEYS H. D. NORTON, Attomey-at-law. PracUcea In all 8 tabs and Federal Courts. First NaUonal Bank Bldg. COLVIG ft WILLI AM3, Attorneys-' at-Law. Granti Pass .Banking C. Bldg., Grants Pass, Oregon. E. S. VAN DTKK. . tic In all court Bank Bldg. Attorney. Prae Firat National C. 8. BLAN CHARD, ttorney a Law. Golden Rule Building Phono 270. Granta Pass, Oregon. BLANCHARD ft BLANCHARD. AI. torneyi, Albert Bldg. Phon ' 2 3 6-J. Practice in aH courts; laa board attorney!. C. A. SIDLE R. Attorney-at-Law. ref eree In bankruptcy. Masonla temple. Granta Pass, Ore. DENTISTS E. C. MACT. D. M. D. First-laao dentistry. 109 H South Sixth treat, Granta Pass, Oregon. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION J. S. MACMURRAY, teacher of vole culture and singing. Lessons gives ' at home of pupil It requested. Ad dress 716 Lee itreet I) RAY AGE AND TRANS bK COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. Ai klndi of drayage and traaatot work carefully and promptly dono Phone 181-J. Stand at freight depot. A. Shade, Prop. THE WORLD MOVES; 10 Transfer Co. do we. Phono Bunch Broi. 897-R. F. Q. ISHAM, drayage and tranafer. Safei, llanos and furnltur moved, packed, shipped and itor ed. Phono Clark ft Holman, No. 50. Residence phone 124-R. The California and Oregoa uoait Kaiiroad company TIME CARD Dally except Sunday Effective May 1, 1918 Train 1 lv. Granti Pass. 1:00 p. m. Train 2 lv. Waters Creek 8:00 p.m. All trains leave Grants Paaa from the corner of G and Eighth streets, opposite the Southern Paciflo depot. For all Information regarding freight and passenger lervlca call at the office of tbe company, Lundburg building, or phone 181 for same. - Letter headi that will pleas yo. at the Courier. .