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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
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man PASS DM COURIER
Published Dally Except Sunday
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entitled to the nse tor republication
of all oews dispatches credited to tt
or all otherwise credited la this
paper and also the local news pub
All rights of republication of spe
atal dispatches herein are alae
SATVRDAY, JTXK 21.
OREGON WEATHER 4
4 Pair; gentle southwesterly 4
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VISITING IN CITY
Joe Gorman, featherweight cham
pion of the Pacific coast, and A. B.
Gordon, fly weight champion of the
Pacific coast, are In the city for a
few days, coming irp from Medford,
where they pulled off a boring tout
In the Page theatre at the Elks cele
bration last night. Gorman, who has
been in Grants Pass" on several oc-
Ol 118 IS THE KBST LINK
THY XO. 18
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
gi'ALlTY .AND SKKVH'K
total of only six hits for the game,;
is not foolish playing. 1
Whipple, who caught for his first
time, held the stolen bases down to
two. while Cilmore allowed six. The
score was Mechanics 6 runs. 5 hits;
Merchants, 1 run, 1 hit.
The next game of the Twilight
league will be played next Tuesday
evening at 7 o'clock: sharp, between
the Merchants and the Professionals.
The next gaino to be played in
Grants Pass, however, if between
Ashland and Grants Pass Sunday af
ternoon at 2:30 and it Is expected to
be a good one for Ashland won
from the S. P. shopmen last Sunday,
while Ashland lost to Grants Pass
the Sunday before. The home team
Is the pick of Twilight league play
ers and is a strong aggregation.
A BASEBALL FAN.
GRIFFIN CREEK IN
anil ijii n wrAiu'M'ii i,. ;:J"W "'"
nvi ijir ir" " ' ii'ir -
Clyde Smith, the fourth son of Mr.
land Mrs. R V. Smith to return from
service, arrived home Thursday af
ter serving more than a year In
France with the 70th Railway trans
portation corps. He will spend a
few days at home and then resume
his former position as fireman for
the S. V. railway.
A. B. Gordan and Joe Gorman
FOUND DEAD IN BED
Robert Bruce Wilson, the well
known Griffin creek rancher was
found dead In hi a bed ut his ranch
home hist night about 7 o'clock by
Earl Webber, his foreman, says the
.Medford Tribune. Mr. Wilson hail
been chopping .wood in the morn
ing and not feeling well stopped
work about noon telling his foreman
he intended to take a rest. At supper
time as Mr. Wilson had not appeared
the foreman entered the house to lu
veattgtte and found Mr. Wilson's
body lying on his cot bed. Coroner
John Perl-wan notified ami soon ar
rived on the scene, the body belns
brought to Medford. After an ex
amination it was decided dentil was
duo to heart failure.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ivan Llvlnustou and
daughter, Jean, left this afternoon
returning to Spreckles, Cat'., ' after
vistlng Mrs. Livingston's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Coutant.
TKAC11 KltS' EXAMINATIONS
Notice Is hereby given that the
County Superintendent ot Josephine
county Oregon, will hold the regular
examination ot applicants for State
Certificates at the court house, as
Commencing Wednesday, June 35,
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,
Physiology, reading, man u el train
ing, composition, domestic science,
methods In reading, courso of study
for drawing, methods In arithmetic.
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
General history, bookkeeping,
When irregular or delayed use Tri
umph Pills. Safe and always depend
able. Not sold at drug stores. Do
not experiment with others, save dis
appointment. Write for "Hellof" and
particulars. It's free. Address: Na
tional .Medical Institute. Milwaukee,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
nM. A," Ul. IfV
) tan h Mmn h fa.t. Mtal. Alwtn M ill tt.l
Today vhen the fault k comiruW
WOMAN hides herself-' flAN walk
proudly erect I
for WOMAN I
HARRY CARSON Presents
coslons, says he always enjoys a trip
to Grants Pass, one ot the attra'c-1
tions being Rogue river and he Is '
looking forward to a swim in the
Gorman will box at Eugene July
4 with Muff Bronson of Winnipeg,
for the lightweight championship of
Gorman and Gordan are guests at
the home of Jacob Boesch.
LOSE TD MECHANICS
Well, It was a game and was muoh
enjoyed by all who witnessed it. The
players went to work with a) snap
and disposed of seven innings by
8:20 last evening. The crowd was
email and quite a few of the regu
lar players stayed away, but I am
here to tell you that I have not en
joyed the Twilight league games as
I did the one last evening.
Now don't think it was a foolish
game, for the score of 6 to 1 in sev
en innings, each side tricking out
seven batters and Coburn walking
but one and Johnson three, with a
Horse Shoeing and General
Wood repairing on all kinds of
hnve one of the best of horse
xlioers that the country af
fords. 315 South 6th St.
THE MOST TREMEND
OUS TALE of Love and
9 k r x
a ...nil ifj
Joy Theater, Tues. & Wed. June 24 - 25
If you only have
A Dollar Bill
in your NM'ket you need MMiielhiiig to caiTy it In.
(lo'd Is m mcai- juid i "loHil klu" uxm wny mi nu.y. Irft us
how you an AMKItH'AN' (JICNTI-RMAN IIII.I.FOI.Ih Meal loather
and a lot of imm Wcik nil fur a dollar.
BARNES, The Jeweler
8, P. Time Irnqxctor
Neit door First N'aUoaal lUak
rrrv axu (xh nthy
JITXKY l.l'KK I I TI.KK
Some USED CAR Bargains
(hio IUI7 Oakland hl In kimn! condition
Ono 1UI7 Ku.on HU, In kmmI uluipo
Oun ll17 tluUinrn 8Hsltr (Somo Cur)
Onn IUIM Chevrolet, aa ihhI na iimv
Olio IM1H .Maxwell. In A No. I condition
Ono I III 7 Mnwvcll cll, Jimi oniM' nnd u it
Ono Kurd Mink (ono ton)
(KK1UI AM KVSOKII-X AMI ICKI'AIK SHOP
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
' All II Hlrc.t
We aro tho only authorUel Wllluril llnilciy Station In
the city. Wo have AVillard llutterlos for every car nud
purpose. Our repair dopartme'nl la fully equipped to
handle all kinds of repairs at a minimum coxt for rirst
du.-w work and ull work guaranteed.
We aro pleased to lntMH-t your ilmtlery any time, fro
of charge, regardless of the make. We have u full linn
of electrical supplies for all cars.
A. V,HA.KI.TOX, rropi-lelor
We specialize in diseases of Woman,
the Stomach and Nutritional Disorders
Eat Well -Feel Well-Do ell
It all doixnidn on what groccrlc you buy, where you liny tlinin,
and vvliut you pay for them. ; ,
If you buy MI) grocerleN ym eat well.
If you ent well you feel woll.
If you feel well you do woll in your buwIncHN affair.
Can we teJI you of a better roiiNon why j-tm should my your
Kroeorlea from us?
Kvery ono knows of the high Mninlanl of our khhIn.
They all know of the low price wn charge.
Most people trade with us, anyway. Why not you?
J. PARDEE, Grocer
Mrs. John Sauer .returned this
morning from 'Portland, where she
spent the past two weeks with her
Mr. and Mrs. C. Rrlcksnn and son,
Alvln, and R. Challson went to Med
ford this afternoon to attend the