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TIUILSDAV, JAMAItV 0, 1UI0.
GRANTS PAS DAILY COURIER
THAT GOOD OLD RAIL FENCE
Anolent and Honorable and Convent
nt Institution That Hsld Hen.
ored Plaea en the Farm.
Among the our necessaries of farm
life tlmt reflected prodigality In the
tiie of valunlile tlinbur waa the old
rail fimcn, ohaarvva tho Columbui Dla
patch. Like many other alinoat by
gonoa of rural Itfo, tta pluco In farm
wastefulness now la well established
and yot It luid Ita usee for which the
present atrulKht line wire fencing can
Tlio old rail fence's aon-ated
strotchee wore the homos of ahiall ani
mal life that now are rapidly disap
pearing. Around Ita timbers there grew
tha uncultivated blackberry, wltb Ita
alater, tha raspberry, and among Ita
recesses there thrived the elder whose
fruit once waa coveted pie material
and whose liloasoma were tlm founda
tlon for elrtcrliorry wine that nintrima
aerved of a winter evening when th"
Tha rail fence, with Ita Invariable
undergrowth, waa thu favorite protec
tion for Itob White In winter, and
from Ita top ha aung In the warmer
masons, lleneath. the little ground
squirrel burrowed. From aafe re
treat ho chattered If aome Intruder
came near to annoy hlin ai lie waa
btiNlly engaged In withering hla atore
of food for the snow time.
To tho harvest hand It afforded pro
tection at the end of tlm long row for
a brief respite and Ita cornera formed
ahnded niHikH under which the water
Jug might be .kept
Ami from what royal timber waa
thU old fenee eotiHiriicted I Illiick
walnut log, rlicntniit Ihk'k and the
smooth Icuuths of the ash tree were
left by mitueroiiw rail splitters for
th "seven high" fence llmt stood tilt!
atorina of deend'-a. There waa many
a black walnut roll whose timber
wmitil uifiko ihe innniifiicturer of gun
atorka rhortla with aatlafaetlon had
he ain-h n (m-M-nt Hiiiily of wood at
NAMES IN ASIA'S GOLDEN ERA
What Qanghla Khan, Deatroyer, and
Tamerlane, Upbullder, 'Accom.
pllehed in Samarkand.
Whenever one la ahown a ruin In
Samarkand, the native explnlna that
"Genghla Khan deatroyed It" If
monument at! II wetira aome vestige of
Ita former grandeur "Tamerlane erect-
d It." Evervwhero la curried down
from generation to generation memo
rle of OeiiKlila Klinii, the deatroyer, 1
and Tamerlane, the upbiilliler. It la .
to Tamerlane, who reigned at Ilia end
or mo fourteenth century, that Biimur
knud owea Ita most beautiful monu
menta. KIhIp F. Well write In Aula
Miigtikltie.' With hla exploits he In
aplred the Imiiuluntlnu of countless
(Hiota of aa iniiiiy niitloua, Including
Christopher Marlowe, for he waa a
great eoverelgu pnd orgunlxer aa well
aa a mighty coiuiueror, When Tamer
In no returned to Ida capital after van
quishing most f Asia he waa deter
mined to make It the lovelleNt city in
the world. To I'erala, Mesopotamia,
India and Clilnii be ecnt for the moat
celebrated iirtlMiiii", ordering tbein
here to create their miiKterpliw.
Hyxantlne. Persian and Arable Inflti
ennea In art were all melted into a per
fect harmony greens and liluea mel
lowing Into eiH'h other like the aea
and Ihe sky a vnat and reverend
cborua of beiiuly.
Her aunt had consented to take Rer
tha to the country for a two-week
alay, but had llutly refused her amall
niece's entrcatloa to take iHido, tho
doggie, along. - Upon returning from
their trip Hcrtlia mlHaed the welcom
ing bark of her favorite and anxloualy
Inquired, "Where la Doclor Taking
her by the hand, her mother led her
to a padded basket which held the
proud young mother, Dodo, and her
aoven two-day-old pupplea. Clapping
her hand gleefully, llertha ran hack
to her aunt and panted excitedly:
"Oh, aunllo, come quick and auel Dodo
haa got seven of the aweeteat little
brothera and alatera, and they're all
Joy of Carrying a Cane.
To go a Journey without a walking
atlck much would be loat; Indeed, It
I would be folly. A atlck la tha flywheel
of the engine. Something la needed to
whack thlnga with, little alouea, wormy
applea, and ao forth, on the road. It can
be changed from one blind to the other,
which Is a great help. Then If one
ellpa a cilia otrn 'downgrade turn It la
a lengthened arm thrown out to steady
one. It la the pllgrlin'a attiff. On the
upgrade It asslsta climbing. It la a
weapon of defense If audi ahould ever
be needed. It la a badge of dignify, a
dreaa a word. It la the aeepter of walk
ing. From "Walking Stick Papers,"
by Uobert Cortea llnlllduy.
:nve1nnek at thn Courier Offlo
DIDN'T WANT TO BE LEFT OUT
Doughboy Had flood Job Behind the
Lines, But Ha Hatad to Mlae the
He win an American In France In
a uniform trudging along toward the
front, a husky chap wearing a worried
look on hla face.
"Kay. do you know where the Nthty
littli Is?" he naked.
"Weill on the rond going atmlght
"Not through lighting yet, ue theyf
he queried iiiivlnusly.
"Nope; they're never through."
. "You've nii Id it, Ik). Yon aee, I kind
of batted out of luck. They aetit me
off to echool, and I've missed a lot of
the ahow. I'm on permission now, but
I figured I'd come up and light awhile
with the old crowd Inatead. Got six
daya more before I report for the new
"What kind of achool did you go
"Horseshoeing achool. I graduated
first-class horacxhoer. Not bad work,
but too far back to get any Rochea.
Thnt'e the reaaon I'm upending permla
alon with the old outfit. I heard
they're going right after the Heinle,
so I came out to get In on the party. I
gotta beat It along. So long."
He trudged along the duaty road,
speeding up In spite of hla pack, to
catch up with the "outfit" before the
ahow waa all over.
The IlrltiKli tronxpnrt to Ituku and
back again la auld to have been lnrgely
accomplished by donkey, write Nor
man Hnpgood feu Lerille'a. In Mcsopo
tamla the donkey doea nearly every
thing. He deliver the drinking water
to the house of Itngdad.. He trana
porta vegetable, fruit, marble, brick
for ordinary life. In war he carrlea
the soldier, hla kit, and the donkey'a
own meal of barley. Where did the
donkey ever acquire the reputation of
being atupld? He la amiable, Indus
trloua, aure footed. It waa on a donkey
that Mahomet went to heaven to learn
the will of God. The Savior on Palm
Sunduy entered Jerusalem on a don
key. The little anlmal'a history la dis
tinguished, aa hla character la strong
and hla Intellect Bound. That the writ
era of fables and the concoctera of say
ings have contrived to ruin bla fame
there la nothing In history to Justify.
Printing that pleases Wo do It!
Courier Job Department.
Youth Who Fought at Chateau
Thierry Will Enter Naval
ENLISTED WHEN ONLY 16
Carried Hie Full Burden of Campaign
nd Actual Combat While He Waa
17 More Veterane Will
Probably Be Named.
Annapolis, Sid. A youth who waa
in the very thick of the fighting around
Chateau-Thierry and Belleau Wood
nd passed a full year abroad aa a
United Statea marine haa obtained an
appointment for the naval academy
and la In Annapolia preparing for hla
entrance examination next aprlng.
Be la Arthur C. Heller, eon of 0.
Arthur Heller, an attorney of New
ark N. J., and la now a etudent at a
naval preparatory achool here.
Enlisted When Only 8!xteen.
Young Heller la a moat modest
7011th and declines to say anything
bout hla explolta. He wishes only
to paaa hla examlnatlona for the acad
emy and to enter aa any other youth.
working hard for advancement through
the different classes, and finally to trip
a commission In the navy. He was
loath to accept the appointment,
which was obtained without solicita
tion on bla part, as he wished to stay
abroad until the end of the war. He
waa with the very first troops that
went to France with Pershing.
He waa cited In the debates in con
gress upon the question of lowering
the draft age as an example .of what
a very young man 'could accomplish.
for Heller enlisted In the marine corps
when he was only sixteen and haa just
reached eighteen. ' Consequently ba
carried bis full burden of campaign
and actual combat while he waa seven
teen. It waa argued from hla case
that the best kind of fighting could be
done by American youths between tha
agea of eighteen and twenty-one. .
Heller will try for the academy by
Tirtue of a regular congressional ap
pointment There are quite a numbel
of other aervlce men In Annapolis also
preparing for the entrance examina
tions next spring, young men who have
been In army training camps and oth
ers from various branches of the naval
service. They have been given fur
loughs In order to prepare for tha
More Vetorana to Be Named.
So far aa la known none but Heller
has had actual battle experience, bnt
doubtless there will be a number of
others before the next class Is formed.
These will come from two source
Members of congress will take this op
portunity of rewarding worthy youths
of their own district Who have done
creditable work In the aervlce, and are
etlll of the right age. Undoubtedly
Secretary Daniels . will be able to
designate the full quota of a hundred
youths from the enlisted personnel of
the, navy and marine corps, which the
law permits to enter each new class n't
Till year, though the law haa been
In 'effect only a little over a year,
more than fifty, were designated by the
secretary. It was said that one., rea
son why the quota was not full was
that many of the young men In 'the
service refused to leave active dutj
while there was a chance of meeting
Germany either on land or sea. Many
of these spirited fellows will be 'desig
nated for the 'next class. '
Many Well-educated youths entered
the navy and marine corps for the pur
pose of getting Into the thick of.lt, and
are still of the proper age, that Is, be
low twenty. , Any of these can aspire
to an appointment to the naval acad
emy through designation by 'the sec
retary of the navy.
MAN VOTES W ONE
PRECINCT 64 YEARS 3
ClarksvlUe, la. Thomas Hunt ,
of thla oltv claims the rhnmnlnn- 9
ship long-distance vote-ln-one-
preclnct race. In the United
States. Mr. Hunt cast his first
vote In 1854 and has voted at
every election since In thla pre
cinct 1 He has not missed an
election In '64 years, 'state, na
tional, county or municipal. He's s
a Republican, and generally
J "votea her straight" ? . , J
PICKS OUT LAYING HENS
.V.- 'i" ..'! i-ii'.., r,r, r
Expert Eaally Demonatratea Ha Knows
, Laying Hen When Ha .
.va . ,11 . YITt.,1 I
I ruremvuie, vuuu.- rvuiie an enmu-i
alaattc crowd of poultry ralBers looked
on, Leslie. E. Card, a poultry expert,
went through the flock of hons kept by
Oscar Anderson and at 'sight picked
bnt bl hens as layers from 127 liens.
Iha slabkera" rera separated fdr a
tew days told easily tiemonstratea that
Sir. Card knows ft laying ban when he
WOOD Laurel, oak, fir and pine
and dry pine at $2.75 per tier de
livered. R. TImmona, phone
FOR SALE Boiler and engine,
about 25 horse power. A bargain.
Pbone 3S6-R. 61
FOR SALES .A few weaned pigs.
Price $6. H. B. Gordon, R. F. D.
No. 2. Phone 610-F-34. 63
FOR SALE Fluff rug. About
5 ft.x9 ft. New. Call 1. 60
FOR RENT Partly furnished cot
tage at 321 Rogue River Avenue;
three, rooms and sleeping porch,
good well and one-half acre of
' land, barn; 1 5.00 per month.
Key at 402 Rogue River Ave. 07tf
FOR RENT OR 8AI.B Our resi
dences at SOI and 811, North 6th
St., eight and ten dollars a month.
Will sell either or both. Make me
an offer. John Summers, Leba
non, Oregon. ' 40tf
FOR (RENT Nine room furnished
bouse. If odern Improvements. In
quire 701 H atreet. 61
FQR RENT Partly furnished mo
dern 'cottage at 724 North Sixth
atreet. Key 718 North Sixth.
Price, $8. per month. -- 57tf
1 I . Tl
WANTED Woman cook for small
crew' at mining camp. Would pre
fer miner and wife. Address Box
742, Grants Pass, Ore. 64
JITNEY SERVICE Any where, any
time. Phone Mocha Cafe 181-R
Otto J. Knipa, Heeldence 149-Y.
. . 238
MEDFORD buainess College, now
open. Stenography and related
subjects; classes under personal
supervision of F. Roy Davis, offi
cial court reporter. '60
WE REAP AIR cars, mag's, coils,
generators, starters, batteries, Ig
nition ayatema. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Steiger Garage, 211 North
Sixth atreet 36tf
HAVE YOUR .tires repaired at the
Maxwell garage. Get work that
holda any kind of an Injury on any
sized tiro taken care of. 70
E. L. GALBRAXTH, insurance, rent
als, acreage, building and loana;
snaps In city property. 609 jB St,
Launer'a old location. 68
FURS, FUB3, FURS We buy furs,
hides, wool, old a u toe for wreck
ing, and all kinda of Junk. Grants
Paaa Junk Co., 403 South Sixth
street, phone 21.
AUTO REPAIRING All kinds of
automobile repairing, prompt ser
vice, all work, guaranteed. 506
South Sixth street. " 63
TEXAS OIL INDUSTRY BOOMS
War Stimulus Reaults In Development
,. of Raflnarlea With 278,500 Bar- , -.
rela Capacity.,.!, , "
Dallaa. Under the "snnr of war
Texaa In the last year has effected a
tremenaons development of her oil In
dustry. ' .
Today there are In operation In this
state 42 refineries, with a capacity of
278.500 barrela dnllv. The bm mna.
ble of refining double the amount of oil
pronocea in tne Texaa nelds last year.
Fields of unsuspected volume Tiave
been opened and made fo aid In keep
ing ships and 'army motors at top
speed. ' '... v 1 1.
Tn the coastal region where ten refin
eries are in operation, the first unit
of a big oil plant on the Houston ship
canal Is nearly completed. It la In
tended to have a capacity of 20,000
barrels a day and represents an Invest
ment 'of from $8,000,000 to $10,000,000.
Big Profit In Dye.
Meredith, N. H. Several Meredith
folks who bought a barrel of bine dye
'or $125 before the war have just sold
Chrysanthemum In Oapari.
Back 'In '(he alxteehth ! year 'of die
reign of Euiperor KWammu Vaa the
drat poem written to the chrysanthe
mum, or klku, bnt away back in Japa
nese mythology the ;flower waa rever
enced above all others Originally It
waa called the kuku, presided over hy
the goddess Kuku HIma. ..The great
feast waa first keill 'Dy Emperor Mura
kami In 1611. And 'still the tnesta
follow the em press through her gar
dena on the ninth day of the ninth
month, lunarlcolly'UpeaklrlJt; find rever
ently watch the Crimson ctowna, noised
on alender sterna beneath their silkt
ur elaasidad ada brlag reaults.
WILL TRADE Five or 10 acrea U
pears, 9 year old, adjoining city
of Grants Paaa, for property la
or near Portland, Ore. Inqnlre of
F. H. Geiger, 012 North Tenth
atreet, Boise, Idaho. 74
THE PICTURE MILL for fin a photo
graphs. Open dally except San
day from 10 a. nt. to 5 p. m. Sun
day sittings by appointment only.
Phone Mill, 281-R, or residence
L. O. CLEMENT, M. D., Practice
limited to dlaeaaea of the 070, ear,
dom and throat Glasses fitted.
' OMe hours 1-12, 2-5, or on ap
pointment Onlce phona 62, reil
deaoa phone lit-J.
t. LOUGRE1DOE, M. D., Phjalolaa
. and aureoa.. City, or country caiia
. attended day or night Resident
pboaa .369; offlca phone .181
auu and H, Tuff Bldg.
DR. J. O. NIB LET, Physician and
surgaoi. Landhurg Bldg. Health
offcer. Oflca hoars,' t to 12 a.
m. and 1 to t p. m. Phona 310-J.
A. A. WITHAM, U. D.- Internal
medicine 'and nervoua dJeeaaes;
90S torbett Bldg.. Portland. Or.
Honrs 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
DK. R. I. BESTUL, Veterinarian.
Office, ceatdaoca. Phone 805-H.
E. C. MACY. D. M. D. First-lass
dentistry. 109 H South Sixth
street. Grants Paaa, Oregon.
DRAYAGB AND TRAXSr EK
COMMERCIAL TRANSFER CO. 11
Hade 'of drayage and tranafaw
work carefully and promptly dona
Pbone 181-J. Stand at freight
depot A. Shade, Prop. '
THE WORLD MOVES; ao do wa.
v , Bunch Bros., Transfer Co. .. Phono
F. G. 18 HAM, drayage and transfer.
Safes," pianos and ' furnttnra
moved, packed, shipped and itov
ed. Office phone 12 4-Y. Resi
dence phone, 124-R.
H. D. NORTON, - Attorney-at-Iaw.
PracUoea la all State and Federal
Ooarta. First National Bank Bldg.
COLYKJ ft WILLIAMS, Attornaya-at-Law,
Granu Paaa. Banking Co.
Bldg., Grmt Paaa, Oregon. : . :
B. S. TAN DYKE. Attorney. Prao
. tloa In art coart. First. National
Bank Bldg. ; .i,v;---
O. S.' BLANCH ARD. Attorney at
Law. Golden .Rale Bulldlna
Pkoaa 171.. Graata Paaa, Oregon.
BLANCH ARD ft. LAN CHARD. At
. teraeys, Albart Bldg.: Phoaa
2 8 t-J... Practice la all courta; lant
' B,rd. attsraays.' ..." "J '. ( '. ' ''
O. A. 6IDLSR, Atterney-at-Law, ret.
.ere , la . baakxuatar. ' Maaonie
taaaaie. 'Graata Paaa, Ore.
n ' Iiiiii ,
Th Calif trnia and Oregon
- Coast Railroad Company
" ; . -
BffeeMve Nev, 19, 1918.-
Uralaa will rua -Tuesday, Thursday
n , ..., , aai Bataraay .
Leave Graata Paaa...-.........l P. M.
-Arrive. Waters Creek 3 P. M.
Let ve Waters Creak ...4.....8 P. M.
Arrive OraaU Pass .4 P. M.
v For -lnforaaaUoa regarding; freight
and paseeatar rates -call at the office
of ithe -eosapaay, Lnadburg building,
or telephone 131. i.,- . . ,
The only atmosphere In which
strong, manly controversy, which la
one 'at the noblest actlvitlea of the
earth, -can 'truly, live and flourish Is
the Atmosphere of tolerance an at
mosphere whose elements are respect
for personal qualities and trust In the
'Of tratb.FbllUps Brooks.
Pulse In Anlmala.
The normal nulae beats per mlntrte
la -the donleatic animals are as fol
lows: Horses, 80 to 42; cattle, aa w
SO; sheep, goats and hogs, 70 to 80;
and dogs, 80 to 100. The pulse beata
faster In young, than, -In old anlmala,
Excitement and a nervoua tempera
ment mat cidse a more rapid pules.
4 When -exercising and immediately, al
ter, the rate Is higher than wnan tne
animal la at rest v