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IAJLI KOtiCB tUTKt. OUfJKUCH FAUX THKf ! (Cuntliiuiiit from jnio 1) Teiim No 3 W. 8. Maxwell, N. F, Mm (luff, John llumpshlro, Wiii, llamiiiott. Mnt. Jminlo Muss. Team No. 4 ('. L. ClrvenK'-r, Frank 0. BtuiiivmiII, Hiinuuu Horn ing. E. C. Dolman, Mr. Jeorgo R. lllrtdl. Team Na. S nr. W. W. Walker, It. 1. RionaW. l. W. Sorenaon, C. II. Corson, Mm. IS. C. Dixon. Team No. . A. Di-nonault, Dr. K. C. Mary. Anion M)Vrs, Will KrovUle, Mia Minnie Tuffs. Twin No. 7 -J. II. Williams, B. L. Coburn. J. M. luliam, A. Q. Knapp, Mr. II. J. Bntitul. i'm No. 8 E. II. DnlttlKr. M. Clemens, B. 11. llurbeck, E. B. Van Dyke, Mr. Mary Browne. Team No. A. L. Edgerton, Pred A. AVllIlara. D. J. Manuel. 0. A. Wlnetrout, Mr. C. T. Jester. Team No. 10Dr. J. O, Nlbley, IB. Callioim, districts No. 4, quota, John Denlson, Jump Martin, P.' P, 1'ioctor, Mr. E. E. Illamhnrd. Following nro tlio name or th committees to uiwlHt thn school dls trlct boards, find the quota of each ttnt riot, and by reference to 1Mb ap. pi'iidnd llt of school board members for 101 8-1 0, the cdmmlttaos for ouch school district, (with the ex ception of DlHttict No. 7), may be ascertained : Team No. I Krank Mashtuirn, K. (1. Ilarrla, dlstrlsts No. 17, quota, !)0; No. 10, $140; No. 20, $120; No. 20, $75; No. SO, $125; No. 32, IH0;'No. 64. $75; No. 57, $50. Team No. 2 C. L. ilobart, W. T. Miller, district No. 8, quota, $100; No. 13, $73; No. 16, $150; No. 31, $11 p. Team No. 311. II. Allyn, Mort Luckett; districts No. II, quota, $100; No. 15, $100; No. 27, $140; No. 34, $70; No. 38, $00; No. 45, $110; No. Dl, $50. Team No. 4, Kclus Pollock, Geo. $150; No. 42, $50; No. 49, $50 I Team No. 6, liaao Heat, A. 8. iCoulaat. dlntrlcta No. 1, quota. $150; No. , $140; No. 43, $KV. Tram No. 6, E. C. Macy, II. A. Dillingham, districts No. 24, quota, $140; No, 29, $75; No. 48, $50; No. 50, tfiQ; No. 52, $50; No. 63, $50, Team No. 7 C. I). Thompson, C. II. Ernut, districts No. 22, quota, $160; "No. 23, $100; No. 25. $r,0; No. 28. $126; No. 47, $50; No. 55, '$50; "No. 86, $45. Team No. 8 Uoscoe Urulton, Krcd Roper, districts No. t, quota, $100; No. 10, $75; No. 12, $75; No. 14, 1100. Team No. 9 A. E. Voorbtes, W. I. Fry, districts No. 3, quota, $200; No. 83, $60. Team No. 10 P, II. Herman, Er nest Lister, districts No. 2. quota, $250; No. 18, $100; No. 21, $160; No. 56, $110. Team No. 11 D. J. Manuel, C. F. Nutting, dlatrlcta No. 5, quota, $175; No. 39, $140. Tracing Un of Llahtshlns. The first lightship, theNore. was mannmiea in Knglnnrt In 1732, lit tfa mouth of tlit Thames. Tlie tint In tlila country was stationed In ISL'fl In Chesapeake bay, off Wllloughby Hplt. Handy Hook, now Ambrose, light ves tsl was established In 1S23. x u..t,i vessel was placed off Cape IlaUenia in inn and waa driven ashore In 3827, and a ship waa not establlHhed aimln In this dangerous position un til 1807, after unsuccessful attempt bad been made to build a UghthouM on Diamond Shoal. 8uperstltlona of Seaman. If a man Is 111 at sea, bis moat crft icui time is when land Is first sighted: If be survive an hour after the sight ing of land be will recover. Oo some trawlers whistling Is forbidden It scares away the nsh. Other skippers believe that to wash your face In the middle of a trip will break a spell of calm weather. Optlmlttie Thouaht. A man may be voted to be a gen eral, out only true bravery can tnufcp him one. NAMES OF DmECTOIUI Time to Hnrve liJ. 2 '.I. 3iW, 4 K. ft; it On Year llt-rinnu .. K. Heyfnrth .. K. Gllmore ., bltliHin iL Havi h St 10 11 12 13 14 15 U 17 is 19 2 It 21 23 24 25 2 2 i 28 ; 3" 31 3 2 S3 34 4 2 43 4 5 411 47 4S r.o 51 5 IS Oo. JundburK 'IaiuIi Xiuab Ike Vhirnt J. Jl. Lindsay ,11. J'. Waltur J ii in Warner D. S. MlKi'l J. Urocklvy .. iA. C. Eppurlny .'. A. CoukIk It. HobcrtHon - llonry Uiinr.k II. T. Uull U. K. Illlkey . au w. w. Pc-jiny v. N. Klnu V. K. SHiton T. Jl. Tursitir Kd. All.n . H. Holmnn 'A. A. Kurqtiaharsun . B. A. Ttathbone IVrd Kt-ynolda .1. 1. Mwinaw r. N. tlily Iliu n. Tomb1fon .. Karl Karn .... I. . HannlHtiT M. V. Di tke londen .... II. H. Itfndrlrka ... It. L. Tolln S. L. llrock 1). U W.-bh .1. ('. Corhratm tiKi. Rnitlh fhim. Knoblork V. W. (Jllllam Kd. Van Allnman .1. It. Kntrtkfin W. II. Hnll H. K. HiiKKiiiN II. II. llced (i. II. (irlltlti Two Years J. It. Tucker E. II. Win Phil Deaalnger Kd. WtUon C. II. MnCann Martin Williams laaiin Heal (torrlo founts ... II. O. FlnlclB T. C. DavldMin . T. Wllaun Jt-ff Mlllr Frank Wllaon 1. ivelHce W. U llames f. 11. tican i. ll..H.arlln Frd Hobertaon K(l. Mi-Cuiin , K. Ilammerhurkifr J. Murray Annes ,l. Bmltb II. fablU (Jo. fiM'hraiie I)! 1 Prultt J. M. Powers Km inn (iebera W. O. Binlth Alonto Jones . 11. firable ... ho. Kiphart IV Vineyard T. MIOtlleton , V. 1). Hunt R. 1.. !irr J. AV. Ttoexiile !K. II. Perklna T. A. Pollard K. V., AVIlwin Win. AukIiiikI J. AV. Mcrnalln Alerk Mall fiwi. V. Tavlg II. T. Kejte Mm. Dan Fnlnoy Frank Keller , II. E. Gale , T. F. Stelwltf W. T. ltleoki rt Caroline E. KHtay A. J. Folk Three Yeara J. E. IIOKdon O. C. Ixon Ed. fttrong K. UitiKhrlduo J. Harmon I O. Clement A. C. Holcomb C. C. Urown (o. Matney Will Kllla I). M. Ingwunhy ... II. f . Restwlek W. N. Carl l.on Martin Hrwd O-Kelley Cyril Wine W. A. Sharp Sherman Jean . J. W. Krauaa IT. Mackenaie . W,' A. SavBRe W. U. Haisar . Elmer .Col via loo. Gebera J. E. Mnloney .... Kob'l NeilBOn 1.1. R. Ttuah Otto Henrlkaon W. D. John fl. I. HobertHon Harry Orr A. M. Hunch Win. .Ooffman S. E. fhastaln F. C. Stlwalt J. AV. Italrd Perry S. Williams K. M. AlllKht f. Iena Kuhnhnrdt Inhn KoblnHon I. M. Farmer D. Ix'hmiin H. D. Woodford II. E. Cordon Silas I.udwlck C. A. Steward Clerk Barbara Tucker J. E. Holland R. Roblnaon If D. Cameron B. Erk'kaon Uda Williams E. S. Van Dyke Oeo. Fields K. J. Kubll II. E. Dunran J. A. Devall Lenora 1-anKworthy n. a. jonmion ....... Mm. W. T. Perrv I. T. Inman A. U Blodg'tt Mrs. Minnie Homey .. R. P. Gewae C. N. Glltnan .... Emma Sloan Clarence Sawyer Elva Ahern W. J. Ravane Asa F. Tyler I. F. Klrker I. B. HorroiiRh ... T. XI. Ijimond Nina Nellson .. Marnaret Haaray Nannie Chrlatle Sarah A. John Elbert Tucker 8. F. Bacua Mr. E. L. Goff Dorothy Roeaala Harry Stnmlm I. F. notieraon Anna Stlwnlt S. 8. lVlllnRer Mareaivtte McCoalln Martha Webb f. P. Kunhardt '. Martha Hlrt A. B. Allen U Speaker D. C. Mclntyre I. P. DeWltt Emma Gordon Ida Ludwirk Suple McDoiiftal ThonmH Ofiden Addreoa Pans Pass Pas Pass Selina Holland Kerby Takllma Wiidervllle Dryden Grants Pa.ss Provolt Murnhy Murphy Iceland Granta Paaa Williams Murphy Placer Williams Grants Paas Kerby Grants Grants Kerby Huso Grants Merlin Granta WlldervlU Wolf freek Grants Pass Grants Pass Granfji Pnaa Williams Grants Paas Kerby Lcland Grants Golden Wonder Waldo Selma Iceland Waldo Merlin Gallce Merlin Sneaker Merlin Almeda Grants Pans Three Pines Kfrby , Grants Pa?s R. F. D. 4 R. F. D. 2 R. F. R. F. R. F. R. F. R. F. R. F. R. F. D. 2. D. 2 D. 1 D. 3 D. 4 D. 1 D. 2 R. F. D. 4 Paas R. r. D. 1 R. F. R. F. D. 2 D. 2 BORDEN TAIKS TO CANADIAN FIGHTERS THEY WO XT OWX IT VSIr Itolierl UonJen, lu'riuler of Cunudii, siieakliw from law -ur to the fllccrs and men of ji Ciin:lnn Infnntry brlpi'le m nr the rmnt linos In France. Sir Ibihert d-llviiv.. an entliUNliiHtlc speech In which he rtrd the wurrlors to do tliclrutuiimt In rio llht for deiiiocrncy iigiilnst the Huns. POSTSCRIPTS ' A lever nrm llfta tlio top of a new range and holds It out of the way when firo is to be IWcd. Large quiintlllcH of pent tir being cut In the bugs III the uilillumls and west of Irclimd. In order to cope with a poMHlble luck of cwil. Carbons for lighting und electro chemical purpoxes ure Hindu In Sweden from tar by a new process. Operated by a gitdollne engine or electric motor, n portiitile ncoop con veyer has been Invented that enublea one iiinii to loud a wagon In fur leas time tlian the work could be dona with a shovll. Gracts Pass & Crescent City Stage Co. W. T. Hreen. Propr. H. CilddlngH, A Kent Big Pierce Arrow Cars Easy, Riding Off P o Old Observer Blk. Corner Seventh and G streets Phone 86 Telephone 22S-J and 103 RejiuhliranH must never win, (That la the Democratic dope) It mltiht prolong the war, they say. If it shoultl raise the kalaer's hope. Don't iriiHt t lie ones that urged iu vain. Our preparation Ui begin Tbey won't own up .they split the lipanc. And lost the poke they bad 'em In! We wanted two whole precious years. Yet warnings came from far and near; We heard the twaddling pacifist. Or, "He has kept us out of war," Two years ago, without a shot, Wlltton's wisdom, they said, would win They won't own up they split the beans, And lost the polie they had 'em In! The flaming posters showed the ' dead ; The horrid wounds and reeking blood; And devastated cities too, That once In nil their beauty stood! . But Wilson yet would keep the peare No such a man had ever been They won't own up they spilt the beans, And lost the poko they had 'em In! And on the poster down below, A sentence that they thought di vine; "Thank Clod for Wilson and sweet poace, He has protected me and nilne." They told us we should still have peace. While over there the battle's din They won't own up they spilt the beans, (And lost the poke they had 'em In! The ones that urged and plead In vain - We should prepare without delay. Should not be recosnlzed at all It mlKht prolong the war a day! The ones who saw the danger first, To trust them now would be a sin They won't own up they spilt tho beans. And lost the poke they had 'em In! T. J. Honakei CHICHESTER S PILLS a a I.b4ImI AikravDnnlakl I bl ifcn tr DlwaaiBnii 111 to B u4 IW4 netalllcY bora, MUwl irlth him Ribbon 1 Tk m atftw. Bar r 7mT w ILXSufceSS yam known M Bst, SttfHt, AlnyiKentba) PiaJwnv HIUND fll, SOLO BY OSLGQISTS EVERYWHERE Dally Thought The Onlv cure for erlnf la mrtlnft George. Henry Lewes. J National Mazda Lamps IT AVING 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 of old fashioned carbon lamps 1 Without adding a penny to your light bill. Rogue River Hardware Geo. R. Riddle, Mgr. , Classffied Advertising FEKD and Livery BUble Hay and grain for sale. Red Front Barn, Peter Oravlln, Prop. 15 FOR SALE OR TRADE 900 acres good land, three sets of houses. near town and school, for Oregon land. Address J. O. Coffey (own er) MountaJnalr, New Mexico. 06 FOR SALE Oat and vstca hay- In bale, 712 North Eighth street phone 13-L. ; 07 FOR 8ALE Red Crown gasoline 26 cents gallon; Zerolene oil, 20 cents quart, by the gallon, 75c Seven bicycles, 1 ladles' bicycle, from 110 to $14. Tlm mons Garage, 60S South Sixth. 05 FOR SALE 40 tons first class al falfa bay, baled, at the barn. C. D. Woolverton, Rogne River, Ore gon. 25 FOR SALE Strawberry plants. E. A. Blanchard, North Fourth St 05 DR. R. J. BESTCL. Vetertnarlaa Office, residence. Phone J0S-H, FOR SALE h. p. gasoline engine. Phone 19. 04 TO RENT FOR RENT Building and gasoline pump located at 506 South Sixth . Street, phone 612-F-21. 07 & LOUGHRIDGE, M. V.. Pbyefclaa and surgeon. City er country ealiaj attended day or algbL Resldeac, ' phpneH 369;' office' phone lil Slxthr and' H. Tuffs Bldg. i .'' ! WANTED WANTED Farm help. Steady Jobs, good pay. River Banks Farm, tf 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. L. Barzee, S61 I street. Grants Pass, Ore. 06 WANTED Woman for general housework, phone 277-J. ,- 05 LOST LOST Tuesday evening, three 15 and one $10 bill. Finder please leave at Courier office and receive reward.' 04 POLITICAL CARDS (Paid Advertisement. ) MRS. JOS. MOSS Independent Candidate for County Clerk EUGENE L. 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 C. A. SIDLER Republican Nominee for Representative Josephine County, Oregon AMY BOOTH HOLMES Democratic Candidate for County Treasurer JITNEY SERVICE Any where, aaf time. Fnone Mocha Cafe lll-R. Otto J. Kalps, Residence 149-Y, 2g- HEMSTITCHING and peootlng dona te order Handicraft Shop, Med- ford. , ' ,.,,..07 PHOTO HTtmo THE PICTURE MILL for fine pboto- grapba. Open dally except Sun day from 10 a. m. to i p. m. Sua day sittings by appointment only, Pbone Mill, 28I-R, or residence 140 J. 57u VKTKKINAKY HI! lUi EON PHYSICIANS . O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practlc. limited to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted. OSes) boars 9-12, 2-5, or on ai pointment. Office pbone 62. real, dance pbone 259-J. DR. 'J. O. MHLET. ' Physician ani surgeoa. lndburg' sidg. HealUi officer. .Office hours, to 12 a. m. and 1 tq 6 p. m. PSone ain-J," A. A. WITHAM. . M. D. Internal medicine and nervous' disease: .903 Corbett Bldg , Portland. Ora, Hours 9 i, m. to 1 p. m. A. BURS ELL M. D. D, C In bloclj nortn or postonice, corner Sixth, and D streets, surgical, electrical, chiropratlc and osteopathic treat ments. Office phone 197-R; resi dence phone 333-R. . ,i ATTORXEY8 H. D." NORTON. Attorney-at-Uw,. Practices In all State and Federsi ConrU. First National Bank. Blda. COLVIO & WILLIAMS, Attorney at-Law. QranU Pass Banking Co, Bldg.." Granu Pass, Oregon. -1 E. S. VAN DYKE. Attorney. Pra tlos In all court. First National Bank Bldg. O. 8. Law. Phona 270. Grants Pass, Oregon. BLANCHARD, ttorney a Golden Rule Building t BLANCHARD & BLANCHARD, At torneys. Albert Bldg. Phom 23S-JT. Practice In all courts; lanl board, attorneys. C. A. SIDLER,, Attorney-at-Law, ref eree in bankruptcy. Masonle temple, Granta Pass, Ore.. ..' . DENTISTS E.-C. MACY, D. M. D. Flrst-'laas dentistry. 1094 v South Slxta street. Grants Pass, Oregon. DRAY AGE AND TKANSrfcK COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO! 'At kinds of drayage and transfer wrk carefully and promptly dan Phone 181-J. SUnd at freight' depoc. a. Shade, Prop. THE WORLD MOVES; so do we. . Bunch Bros. Trsnsfer' Co. Phono S97-R. , F. G. ISUAM. drayage and transfer. Safes, - tlanos and furniture moved, packed, shipped and stor ed. , Phone Clark ft Holman. No. 50. Residence phone 124-R. "Parsec" Is a Lono, Long. Way. A "linrsoc" Is a distance thnt the most zealous pedestrian would hardly care to walk before breaMnst. In fact. It doesn't enter Into the sphere of human operations at all, but It Is a handy unit In astronomy. It la equal to 20,000,000,000,000 miles and is the distance traveled by Ilpht In 8.3 years. A few of the nearest stars are from one to five parsecs distant from ns, but most of the stars thnt dot the sky are scores or hundreds of parsecs away. The California and Oregon uoasi icaiiroaa company TIME CARD Daily except Sunday Effective May 1, 1918 Train 1 lv. Granta Pass.. 1:00 p.m. Train 2, lv. Waters Creek 3:00p.m. Translated Into English. AH books of the Old Testament apocrypha, 14 In 'number, have been translated Into English, and are In cluded as apochryphal books in soma editions of the Bible. They were for merly printed under a distinctive heading between the Old and the New Testaments, and In that form can atlll be found In many old family Bibles. They are always Included In tha so called Scptuoglnt. a version of the Bible used by the Greek church. ; All trains leave Grants Pass from the corner of G and Eighth streets, opposite the Southern Paclflo depot. For all Information regarding trelgnt and passenger service call at the office of the company, Lundburg building, or phone 131 for same. Possibly Hadnt Been Introduced. Arthur owned a bulldog that he bad been teaching to hunt rats, and when ever he called out the word to hint be would run frantically to various places to scratch. A neighboring woman was so amusej at the perform ance that she wanted, to show the dog's tricks to her son, but to bar repeated call of "rats" the dog nl stood and looked at her. "Oh," aal4 Arthur coming up at this point, "ha doesnt know your rata." I