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GRANTS PASS DAILY OOIIUER
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bell or carrier, per year IC.00
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fr and alao the local news pob-
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EDXESDAV, JVXE 18, lain.
Fair; gentle northwesterly -f
HMPLETED THIS YEAR
brtlaad, Jtnw IT. From I '
to the California Une, the Pa
highway will be graded, rock
r paved by the end ot the year.
his la the Information brought
by Highway Commissioner "W.
fhompson. today after a trip over
highway with Commissioners
wra and Booth. Thompson ar
il Saturday morning, iMr. Benson
wing later end Mr. Booth stop
off at Eugene. The trip of in-
Won wiH have the result of
kiln a- ud work alons the Mitlre
ten of highway.
what win interest the public
Je than any other -phase of our
said Thompson',' "la the fact
the Paolfic highway will soon
taen all the year; that by Janu
1, It will foe passable from end
nd, and that Oregon will have
Unit finished before California
build to meet as.
In short, the Pacific (highway is
dly approaching completion.
commission desires It to fee as
as possible, which is the reason
pe policy of elimination of grade
(This will be an all-year road
lalned Commissioner Thompson,
Id the commission will take up Its
fctopment when the country is
By to spend money for coopera-
Government money will also
Bnto the road as it will 'be a co-
k-ative project with the state aid
We looked over the location f
Crater Lake-Medford road," con
ed the commissioner. '1but no
on was taken. The location is
under consideration and before
leclsion is made the mvemmAni
Mey will be studied."-
ABSOLUTELY PI RE
20c - 35c - 65c
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
gi'AlilTY AX'H SKKYICK
RTO RICAN SUGAR
DORS INTO NEW YORK
fan Juan, June 17. Shipments of
rto Rican sugar to New York will
eafter go forward on the original
is of 40,000 tons a month say the
hat advices to the Sugar Produ
b' association, from the feoard of
allzatlon of Che United States
pping board. Shipments of sugar
now 'being forwarded regularly
br a complete cessation for three
ks la April.
three centrals which have so far
forted their output of sugar to the
lodation, show less than their es-
ated production by albout 20 per
Recording to the latest figures of
Sugar Producers' association,
p than half of the sugar so far
kind throughout the Island has
a shipped. Of the 2,291,088
fa manufactured, 1,033,899 ba&s
been shipped up to May 11
Me 83,491 bags had been sold for
lU consumption, leaving a "balance
band in tbe Island of 1,173,689
rhere is nothing worse than bad.
l smelling breath; get rid of It
your friend s sake anyway. Hol
er's Rocky Mountain Tea will
an and purify your stomach and
pels; your breath will be sweet.
disposition Improved, your
nds increased. 35c. Tea or Tab-
Sabin's Drug Store, Adv. ,
ARE WILLING PUPILS
Paris, June 18. Evidently the
American aoldlers have taught the
Frenchmen bow and why to taTce
athletics seriously. Fully 250 French
athletes, gathered from all over
France and its provinces, are now
quartered at the old Ecole Normal
de Cymastlque et d' Escrime de
Joinville undergoing a period ot in
tensive training. They are prepar
ing for the inter-allied games at
Pershing stadium from June 22 to
Lieutenant Colonel See, French
army, a sterling soldier and a fine
sportsman, is In charge of the train
ing of the French teams. A pro
gram for conditioning and perfect
ing the athletes has been worked up,
based almost entirely on the train
ing methods of lAmerlcan colleges
and athletic clubs. Nothing has
ever before been attempted along
these lines In France.
At the Invitation Franco-American
gaines recently, the French athletes
were completely outclassed by the
American competitors. This demon
strated to the satisfaction of the
French athletic authorities that they
must arrange for Intensive training
for their men if France Is to fee a
contender for honors In the Inter
Lieutenant Colonel See made a
pertinent statement to a represen
tative of American general bead
quarters recently. He said: "We
know that there are many branches
of sport in "which we do not excel.
However, -we shall do our best in
every event and shall train as
though we were sure of winning in
it We shall follow the Americans'
Policy of determination to rwln, and
.shall train with that end In view."
SENATOR KNOX Wl
(Continued from page 1)
daring the treaty should be ratified
without delay and the league of na
tions proposal left for later consider
ation. "I ask for time," said the senator,
"merely to consider whether or not,
under the covenant, as drawn, the
power to put us at war will still rest
with us or be placed in a body out
side our own government, and if
placed outside, whether or not such
lodging of the sovereign power Is
"I ask only for time to deliberate
whether or not we shall put It be
yond our power to increase the size
of our army and our navy In times
of dire emergency without first con
sulting the wishes or desires of other
The Knox resolution did not come
technically before the senate and
the senator made his address In the
midst of an appropriation bill debate.
THE BOYS WARMED UP
The Professional)! took the Me
chanics in for a cleaning lal night
and were it not for Ulevlns' triple
play the Professionals would x
In the fourth frame Klggu walked
and went the second block on an er
ror of JSIevlns which let liroutt t
a good start for second when Swlu
ney connected for a safe hit. Rlggs
came home while Groutt took two
long jumps and resting in Fry's
company till Dodge knocked a short
one to Bloving when It was all over,
as Swinney was caught off the sack
and Groutt attempted to get home
unseenjust two moves with the
ball and they were out, 1, 2, 8.
Anyway, the old globe was batted,
booted, tossed and trundled around
till it iwajs dizzy and homesick. But
it was a good game at that, as the
score shows. Professionals, 9 runs;
6 hits. 'Mechanics, 5 runs; 7 hits.
That there was a small audience
is a pretty good Indication that tbe
Twilight league games may be dis
continued. It is not fair to expect
boys and men who work all day to
come out and play ball, iwblch for
many 'players Is the hardest 'kind ot
work, if the people of the City take
so little Interest as to not come to
see the kind of clean sport that this
country Is noted for. However, the
spectators have a Blight grievance 1
that the games which have been
scheduled for 7 o'clock sharp have
not begun "until almost 8 o'clock.
This throws the game so late that
those attending cannot trace the ball
at times, on account of darkness.
The members of the league can do
much toward getting out a big crowd
If they will be more prompt in start
ing the games ajid inject a little
more ipep Into the sport.
There will be a game Friday even
ing scheduled to start at 7 p. m.,
between the Mechanics and the Merchants.
MEXICO NOT HIT HARD
IN A FINANCIAL
Mexico City, June 17. The Mexi
co city newspaier estimate that the
government's deficit this year will
be less than 10,000,000 pesos and
that the financial situation is im
proving dally. The government has
authorized expenditures of 7,458,269
for the war department and 1 1,340,
109 'for military supplies.
Five Hundred Sheets $1
Good bond letter paper, H'Axll
Inches. This Is a good quality ot
bond paper. We have hizher
grades up to $2.60 per 500. CoiirW
Hubbard, Ore., June 11. Marvin
Zohnwvaon of S. W. Knhner of Hub
bard, Ore., who Itvft his home on the
30th of 'April, lias aiwnt threw wetks
In Chfctwood, Ore., leaving there tbe
24 th of 'May, bended for Corv&llls. so
word was eclved by his parculs
from that place. He la now without
hi brown Norfolk coat as he burnt
tt while burning togs. Marvin had
been working for Sondre Romtoedt
of Chltwood giving his name as Ray
mond Miller. He fend been at the
foMowIng ipluc: Newport, Toledo
and Elk City. He told them tt was
his plan to find a iplnee, where he
could work for his tttoard and go to
school next winter, lie spoke of
trying to got a place a mile or so
from Corval!lR. If Marvin reads this
we want him to know there la a good
chance waiting him right In hit own
home town, Hubbard. Marvin la 15
years old. 5 feet 3 Inches In heiuht.
weight about 110, wore brown cor
duroy .pants, brown canvas shoes,
medium dark hair worn long pom pa
il ore, dark gray plaid rap, has blue
eyes, Wt Hubbard riding a bicycle;
$25 reward Is offered by 'his par
ents for Information leading to the
finding of (heir son.
Now You'll Taks Better.
TWnuso lliishllctit powders lire not
swift enough for the uuixl rapid pint
togrnpliy un electrical device tin been
Invented which tljilits the powder and
thou Nimps the emnera xhittter when
the burning (nm-ilnr is at It creutest
"A lazy man," wild Uncle Ebeu.
"wouldn' be so bid If be dldn' situs
want a lot of other folks to knock off
fob. de sake of sociability."
Notice Is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Josephine
county Oregon, will hold the regular
examination ot applicants for State
Certificates at tbe court house, as
Commencing Wedneday, June 25,
1919, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., and con
tinuing until Saturday, June 28, 1919
at 4:00 o'clock p. m.
U. S. History, Writing (Penman
ship)' Music, Drawing.
i mm . a. v'M.
Physiology, reading, manuel train
ing, composition, domestic science,
methods in reading, course of study
for drawing, methods in arithmetic i
Arithmetic, history of education,
Psychology, methods in geography.
mechanical drawing, domestic art,!
course of study for domestic art.
Grammar, geography, stenography,
American literature, physics, type
writing, methods In language, thesis
for primary certificate.
Theory and practice, orthography
(spelling), physical geography, Eng
lish literature, chemistry.
.School law, geology, algebra, civil
' Saturday Forenoon
Geometry, botany. .
' Saturday Afternoon.
General history, bookkeeping. 99
Grants i Pass ' Evidence Forj
Grants Pass People
i 1 1 .
1 11 The End of g Perfect Day
The Statements of UranH Pass Itesi
dents Are Surely Mori Reliable
Than Those of I'Mer .. t rangers
Home testimony is real proof.
Public statements of 3ranh, Pa.'S
people carry real weight.
' What' a' friend or neighbor says
Here's a Grants Pass man's state
ment. And it's for Grants 'ass people's
far away invites your tioubts.
The word of one -whse home is
Such evidence is con 'lncing.
That's the kind of proof that
backs Doan's Kidney Plils.
: ' D. 0. Toole," 321 Bridge street,
says: "I am subject to back ache at
times, which makes It hard for me to
straighten up when I get down to do
anything. When I have this Trouble.
I take' Doan's Kidney Pills and they
always fix me up In 'fine shape.
Doan's Kidney Pills are all that Is
claimed for them and I never hesi
tate to' refommend them to others
when I heai4 them complaining 'of;
pains in the back."
Price. 60c, at all 'dealers. Don't!
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills -the same
that Mr. Toole had. FobteifMll-1
burn Co.V Mrgre.,' Bilffalo, w. Y.
New Coral and Shell
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. P. Time Inxpectur
Next door First National llaak
1918 Maxwell 1917 Oakland Six
1917 Maxwell Chalmers Touring Car
One Ford Truck
' Have your loose wheels tlghtenrd
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
ThJ is just what you need, madam. Many
women who were troubled with indigestion, a
sallow, muddy skin, indicating biliousness and
habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.
Jow they are cheerful and happy and relish their
meah. Try them. They only cost a quarter.
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No matter at what speed you shave with a
Gem Damaskeenc Razor it leaves your fact
Cool and refreshed.
That's became the Gem has a toft, comfortable, velvet
like feel and doe such smooth, clcan-cufwork.
. We sell the complete Gem Damaskeenc Razor outfit for $1
The outfit includes the razor, seven Gem Damaskecnt
Blades, shaving and stropping handle -all in band
some leather case.
Enjoy the comfort of velvet-smooth self-shaving.
Ctmt in end gUyour Cm to-dojl,
Sabin The Druggist v
fsc Pervian Peer for the Hands and Faca
Battery Shop Specials
Spot Light at various prices.
LAggace Carriers Just the thing for picnics.
Motorist Coveralls and Driving Gloves.
Lot us tell 70a how to make your mohair or pantasote
top look like bow or let tw do it for you.
A full line of Bmuwick and ROYAL CORD CASINGS.
Our Battery Service is freeWe are pleased to tell you
what your battery needs to make it do what It la In.
tended to do.
We are demonstrtfn the XaUonal Spark Plugs Come
and see it.