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GRANTS FA88 DALLY COIKLER
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UTS PASS Oil COURIER
Published Dally Xicept Sunday
A. . VOORRIES, Pub. and Propr.
Bntared at poetoffloe, OranU Pans,
Ore., aa aaoond claaa mall muter.
Display specs, per lnoh....l 15c
Local-personal column, per Hns..lOc
fceadera, par Una Se
By mall or carrier, per year Sfi.00
By mall or carrier, per month .60
By man, par year . (2.00
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The Associated Preen la axeluatraty
mi titled to tba dm tor repablicaaoa.
ail newe dlapatobaa credited to It
or all otherwise credited la tbla
paper and alao tba local new pub
AH rlgbta ot republication of pe
dal dispatches beretn are also
TVESDAV, JILV 1,
Stronger Than The Law
The Longest Wearing Work Shoe Made
And It Is All Leather
KINNEY & TRUAX
103 North Sixth
with it. I knew it was the last strug
gle of an intrepid aviator, but It was
all in rain. My face grew bot and
; feverish, my fist clenched, as against
I the golden, clouds of a beautiful sun
i set I sa his machine crash bead-
4 long to earth for the last time."
4 1 The battle took place over the Oer-
;man lines and It was two days be-
4 gentle, southwesterly winds. j tor Weber knew he had witnessed
4 tba death of Quentin Roosevelt.
4 Tonight and Wednesday, fair;
TELLS OF ROOSEVELT'S FORMER GRANTS PASS
LAST AERIAL BATTLE
Los Angeles, June 30. A graphic
story of the last fight of Quentin
Roosevelt and his plunge to death on
the banks ot the Ourcq in Trance,
waa brought to Los Angeles by Harry
Charles Weber of Philadelphia, for
mer machine gunner, who saw the
sUre battle. Webber who visited
his uncle here, wrote the account In
a memorandum book on the day of
the fight It reads: '
'"Some one cries, Look! and
pointed skywards. Quickly turning
my eyes in the direction indicated. I
aw them come together a nighty
crash and some emoke. There was
a moment df suspense. Then both
turned their noses towards the earth.
"The black one sped downward
Mke a bullet. It was a German, The
other, silver colored, seemed to wilt
and falL It iwas American. A long
long," way and then the clouds they
could not be seen for a few seconds.
Then out they came, the Boche far
ahead. It seemed as if the Yankee
machine would right itself. It kept
turning round and round, the tan
always pointing upward. Sometimes
It dipped until it was the almost hor
izontal. I felt my whole body sway
Jim Uuui of tba Peerless Cloth
ing com pnii y, , was married Thurs
day, June 24, at (Missoula, Mont., to
Misa -Minnie Llum, graduate nurse
of the Northwest hospital, Minneap
olis. Immediately after the cere
mony Mr. Llum and bride started for
Grants Pass, arriving here1 Sunday
morning. They will be at home to
their friends at 717 C street after
July 15. - ,
THE TOP" AT
THE JOY WEDNESDAY
James llunuker. one of America's
foremost art critics, has ranked Kred
Stone as the leading comedian, aero
bat and dancer n the country. It
was he who poiuted out so trench
antly about a' year ago that Mr.
Stone's work belongs la tba roalm ot
tine aria, and that the elastle Fred
has brought to the American stage a
distinctive genius for fun-making.
Now this genius has been transfer
red to the films and hundreds ot
thousands or persons, who have
heretofore ln deprived of seeing
Fred Stone, because ot living such
a great distance from the mrtropo-
lUn centers where' be appeared, will
have a chance to view his really ex
traordinary art. His work is dif
ficult to define; It consists of flashes
ot real acting, aihumor that Is spon
taneous and human, an acrobatic
skill that given the spectator the
Idea that Mr. Stone bus no bones in
his body, and wonderful dancing
that 4a absolutely Individual.
All these elements are combined
In the secoud i.Vrtcraft picture "Un
der the Top." which will be shown at
the Star theatre Wednesday and
Thursday. This is a charming comedy-drama
of drone life, which was
written by Anita; los and John Emerson.
Drive Away the Sun Grins
See our goggles and sun glasses
25c and Up
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. P. Tim Inspector
Next door First National Hank
On Wednesday afternoon, June 25
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, X)R llOA warrants!
JSION XKW YORK
CKNTRAIj FATAL TO H
Ittmklrk. X, Y., July I. Fight
. jare dead and more thun 0 wore In
All Josephine County (pink) Road I J 11 rod today in a rear end collision
.Miss Lucy Christina 'McLean, former
ly of this city, became the bride ot
liouia. Mo.. Dean W. O. Rnstin. of iWarra:nt8 lMle! op ot Ineltid- pasinner trulns on the Xe
the Dubnque, Iowa, theological et-!,BE) Apr" ,8t- m- and Protested 1 Vork Central here,
lege and seminary performing ther " aa,' " uorBDy ,wa
ceremony. The couple stood Under'!? ,nd are payaM l tha County!
a canopy of wedding bells, maldep I V"' ffi n June;
hair ferns and vines, in a room "J' 191'' on wh,rh date ,nter
banked Trlth ferns and white field ' iTt 1
daisies, on the spot where th bride's mJ?nt P"s' OrK0n' iuM'
GEO. S. CALHOUN. '
County Treasurer of Josephine!
Coubty Oregon. 27
father, Her. Robert MoLesn,
mother were married. I
' Mr. end 'Mrs. Barnes will be at
home after July 15 in Auburn, N '
T., where the groom Intends to com-!
plete his etndies 1n. the theological '
After leaving Grant Pass where, Aug. ii.29 Josephine
tVZ 2,' msuTiCTor m ine teachers' training school.
bviiwi, BUD UDKOl EIHU118n in
Dubuque and later was Instructor in
Spanish In the Los Angeles schools.
F. S. Brarawell went to Salem last
night on business.
Horse Shoeing and General
W.mhI rnMtiring on all kind of
luive one of the best of horse--Iuvm
that the country f.
315 South 6th St
Printing that pleases We rto If !
"oerier Job Department.
M. Clemens, Druggist
EC Zfi m a
"ioiumwuhthiii-iimwiii raiiei iron ilea.
Ih mlMet ml cleanam feps
Com Id auU tuk us Hwii both.
Dr. Spark is back in town
No use going around with a long
face now, Doc. can fix that starter
so it will work. Come up and have
it looked at before the 4th, it may
save trouble. '
We have a few tires left which we
are selling at cost, with 5000 mile
We have a service battery for every
make of car. Just received a large
shipment from the factory, and can
fix you up any time. Come up.
F L O U
Rolled Barley '
80 lb. Mill Feed
Utility Dairy Food
Fisher Dairy Food
J, PARDEE, Grocer
"Red Crown" ives greater mile
age because it is correctly made,
gasoline. Look for the Red
Crown sign before you fill.
STAMDARD Qlt COMPANY
7fie Gasoline of Quality
0. D. Fies, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Grants Pass
We specialize in diseases of Woman,
the Stomach and Nutritional Disorders
THB UATTEBV MAN
"Through "Service We Grow"
From the atandpoint of economy, the dry clean
ing plant is eascntlul. .
We have one of the bcHt minlppt-d dry cleaning
plant In Boathern Oregon,"
Tlio badly soiled gnrmont tlmt you think are not
worth cleaning are the ones we ran put in a clean and
wearable condition, tlnui saving you money, as the new;
clothe have advanced slightly In price.
The Wardrobe Cleaners
. ..A MOB V. WILLIAMS, Proprietor '
15 North Sixth Street ' .
. I'hone 147 . '