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GRANTS PASS DAILT COURIER
MONDAY, JINK ifcl, 1010.
US PUSS DAILY COURIER
FubUsned DU7 Except Sunday
a. I. VOORHIES. Pub. and Propr.
rfatared at postotftos. Grant Pass, I
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MOXMY, JUNE 23, 1910.
f Tonight, fair; ooler east por-
tlon. Tuesday fair. Gentle
4 southwesterly freezes. 4
AUK WAITING VOW THE PRICK
TO ) HIGHER
othkks iu y Arimxrrs NOW i
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
OTAUTY AND SBKVICK
spectacular plays that kept the
Jud Pernoll, captain ot the Grants
Pass team has proven that he knows
a ball player when he sees one.
If you have anything to sell try
a classified ad.
There Is nothing worse than bad,
foul smelling breath; get rid ot It
for your friend's sake anyway. Hoi
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea wtll
clean and purity your stomach and
J bowels: your breath will be tweet.
your disposition improvea, your
friends Increased. 35c. Tea or Tab
lets. Sab ln'i Drug Store. Adv.
' IT WAS A GREAT GAME.
EVEN IF SO ONE-SIDED
What promised to e a very close
and interesting "baseball game be
tween Ashland and Grants Pass yes
terday on the home grounds was
a wild stampede in the third inning
when Ashland went Into the air and
stayed there until Grants Pass scor
ed seven tallies .before the umpire
called "three out."
The grand stand was about half
filled with people while many were
present in automdbiles to 'witness
the contest. The Ashland -team was
accompanied iby a number of "roo
ters" who, after the third inning, ap
peared to lose heart.
Ashland's only score was made In
the first half of the second, when
a' runner succeeded in eliding home.
The umpire called the runner out,
but immediately the Ashland rooters
and a few' of their players ran onto
the diamond and disputed the de
cision. After several weeks of ar
guing it was decided to tlip a coin
to decide the case and Ashlatad ;
this one interruption the game was
a clean and orderly one, and some
"star" plays were executed.
The score was as follows:
Ashland . 0 10000000
Grants Pass .l 1 7 0 5 1 0 0
Ashland used three pitchers in a
Tain attempt to stave off defeat,
while Trye twirled the entire nine.
Innings for Grants Pass. Eddlngs,
catcher Tor Grants Pass, injured his
fingers on one of Frye's swift ones
aid was relieved Ty Gale Smrth.
But that man Frye he had no
business in the game. He had his
opponents at his mercy at all times.
Whenever a score was threatened he
"tightened up" and the result was
Invariably a goose egg. He not only
had "plenty on the pill," but his
speed was marvelous, taxing the
catcher's best efforts to stop the
Ashland had some good players
aid had they not "gone In the air"
in the third and fifth the game
would not have been so one-sided, j
They staged some Individual plays,
that brought forth cheers even from j
the Grants Pass rooters. Aside from
those two fatal innings tout few er
rors were made by either side.
- Rlggs, the one-armed man, smash
ed the oajl for a two-bagger, while
levins traveled to third on a smash-!
ing drive to right. iRlggs twice made :
the first sack on bunts by his su-j
perlor speed, beating the ball by a
narrow margin. Bearss, .who heldj
down first for Grants Pass,' was;
found right at home whenever called
in itlia ffmt tiolf r,l tlia CM, t.m.,o.l,t '
a snout ot applause rrom the grand
stand. These "were but a few of the
I ilpi 1 ' Be to Get " i
A l O ! L L aI:
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i . I t:ill I 11
1 N a Jr
Horse Shoeing and General
Wood repairing on all kinds of
Vehlciea . i
'liave one of the best of horse
rfioers (hat the ' country af
fords. 315 South 6th St
t ill i l
HE wax -wrapped
upon it is a guar
antee of quality.
The largest chewing
sum factories in the
world the larfiest
selling um in the
world: that is what
The Flavor Lasts
Surpassing lu Importam-e any pre-a
vlous moving picture event 'Will 'be
Ihe engaKviaent of "The I'nimrilou
able Stu," ixry Carson's vxlraordl
nary epic jtliotoiilay. starring Mini
Blanche tiweet, under the personal
direction of 'Marshall Nnllan, at the
Joy Thetare, lieglnnlnK Tuesday;
there will be S iprenpntutlons dally,
the matinees a) 3:15 o'clock, and
the night presentation at 8.
"The ITnpurdonable Bin" is one of
the most pretentious screen plays
that has ever been atompted, and
has been completed after months of
painstaking effort and with the ex
penditure ot more real monoy than
has been enlisted In the aid of any
photoplay produced within the fast
five years. It Is a brand-new pro
duction, and just now is having Its
initial runs in the important theatres
in the east.
The story has been spoken of as
one of the most powerful tales or
love and adventure which has. ever
been written and .reviews of the pic
ture made by Important critics
throughout the country pay high
tribute to Director Marshall Nellan
when they say that here 1 one ot
the rare instances when the photo
play version is even more powerful
and gripping than the original nar
When they see "The Vnpardonuble j
3ln" moving picture devotees will
be particularly interested in the!
work of the star, for the reason j
that In 'Ml9 Blanche Sweet it brings j
b&rk to the screen a favorite who,
had thoroughly established herself,
before retiring for a long and much-j
needed rest. Miss Sweet won her
spurs In some ot the biggest and best
pictures ever produced by David ;
Wark Griffith, who has since given!
to the public such big things as "The'
Birth of a Jtiitlon," "Intolerance"
and "Hearts of the World."
X).l,IXJK POI LTHY PAYS
Oregon Agricultural Oollego, Cor
vallls, June 23. ProNts ot $1,300
were netted by a I4banon, Ore.,
poultrymon who uses O. A. C. stock.
His 600 hens, hulf ot which were
pullets, averaged ir0 egs a year.
Another with 35 leghorns sold 214
dozen eggs, set 24 dozen, anil
used 83V4 dozen on the table. Ills
feed cost was $52. BO, leaving his
j net gains $102.07.
j Would You Kx-onomlase?
Then buy letter paper by the
ream; 500 sheets for $1. Courier
I Ynu can't cover blnckheads,
I Dimples, red spots on the face with
: powder; they're bound to be seen
j don't worry or spoil your temper,
; take Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea
j each week 'twill banlnh them thru
I the blood, the only sure way. 35c.
! Sabln's Drug Store. Adv.
Tire Vulcanizing from 30x3 si2e up
All work guaranteed
Studebaker and Overland-Cars
Fashion Garage and Machine Shops
J. F. Burke & Son '
ibao is recog
nized do middle-
sged-men and women mistake kidney
trouble for on-coming eld age.
Tirntl, weak or deranged k idneys
do not niter waste matter out of the
M'K,d as they Bhould 'and backache,
(in d feeling, biliousness, sore muscles,
m;.": joints, rheumatic palm, irritation of
'be bhidder,pulllnestundei eyesor other
gym)toia or ailment appears.
Strendlicn kidneys, Bt.tmulatA.
the bladder and tone up the liver. They
help the kidneys: remove the accumo.
luting poisons' and soothe and heal the
passages. AV.hcn the kidneys and
urinary tract are doing their work per-
fbrtrl,, ttia urltr.la avtitltrtl Ifl tiPtieflLUtd
i and restored to health and strength.
Louis Buckner, JI. V. D. l. -Box
1,8, Sornersot, Vs., writes: "I was foeling
.ill rua down,' tired, with nalns immy
ack. After taking Foley Kldney'Pills
I f.ift . Ulen a new man
and ill' speak words of
praise anywhere 'I go
'among my friends. You
' can uae my 'letter if It
Biu Ka of anv service. at
all to you." ,
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
TUB Im01B nBANU. ,
I.dlil Amk yar Brmmmlt Hit I
PlIUlK lit nd Uold mcltlllcX
(mitt. HU4 wltk Blua BIW)o.'
1IaVINI IIIUNU PIM.H, for
yam known m Oct. 8(t. Al wr ReliibM
It yon only have
A Dollar Bill
In your pocket you need something t carry H In.
('old In ho scarce and m "tond skin' gKit away sn mwiy, It us
show you an AMKKICAN 4JK'TIKIAM III I.l.lt !.!. Jti-ol leather
and a lot of ixx'keta nil for a dolliir.
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. P, Time Inspector
.Next door First National flank
Some USED CAR Bargains
(ue 1017 Oakland Six In K'xkI oontlltion
One 1017 Boxon Six, In good sluie
One 1017 Chalmers BiNwdater (Some CVr)
One 1018 Chevrolet, as good as new
One I0IN Miuwetl, in A No. 1 xmPllon
this 1017 Maxwell well, Just mine and see It
One 'ord truck (one ton)
;kkk.Ij Atxicstioitim ani itici'.tut niioi
- COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
Sit II Street
Eat Well -Feel Well-Do Well
It all depends on nlint grwle you buy, nhcre )u buy tliem,
and whut you pay for (hem.
' If you buy (iOOIl groreiii yon rat well. .
If you cat well you feci well.
If )u fuel well you do well In your luixInroalTnlr.
Can we tell you of a better reiiMin why you nIioiiM buy your
KriM'eiics from us?
Kvery one known of the Ii'k'i Manilrl of our kimhI..
They all know of the low prices we charge.
Most people trade with us, anyway. Why nt you?
J. PARDEE, Grocer
The Gem Damaskecne Razor leaves your
lace with a smooth, comfortable leeling.
No beard resists the smoothclean-cut work
of the keen-cutting, convex edge of a Gem
The Gem Yemovcs the toughest stubble and the
tenderest growth with velvet-like smoothness.
We sell the complete. Gem outfit for $1.
The outfit includes the razor, icven Gem Damaikeene
Bladei, ihaving and stropping handle all in hand
tome leather caie. .
Buy your Gem from in to-day. Let your next shave be
Sabin The Druggist
I'se Persian Cecret for the Hiinds and Face
H0USANDC OF WOMETJ cufix miserably from
periodh attack: of headache, never dreaming
; r-, that a pcrinsnent cure may be had. Headache
nearly; alwf.ys re-ks from eome disorder cf the
stomach, livfx or bowels. 1 !;e Chamberlain's
Tablets. They will correct these disorders and
there will be rx mc:e I.c-dachel Manj- have been
permanently erred by Chamberlain's Tablets.
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