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CHANTS PASS DMI.X COURIER
!MOl).i JINH I), I0IU. .
Published Daily Except Sunday
A. I. VOORHIES, Pub. nd Propr.
Bntered at postofflce. Grants Pass,
Or., as second class mall matter,
Display space, per lnoh. ........ .-...-.lie
Local-personal column, per line.. 10c
Keadera, per line 6c
y mall or carrier, per year 16.00
By mall or carrier, per month .50
MONDAY, JINK 0, 191D.
-f " Showers tonight, cooler east 4
f portion; Tuesday fair with mo-
f derate south to vest winds.
THE APRICOT SEASON
They Cost Lees
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
have relief by the proper care and
uenilon. It is only in Institutions
! equipped specially for the Intruding-
of such diseases, where relief
tan be secured. At your very door
yoti have the Med ford Sanitarium
which la thus equipped. 7Stf
There Is nothing; worse than bad,
i foul smelling breath; get rid of it
! for your friend's suite auyway. llol
j lister's Rocky uMountaln Ten will
clean and purify your stomach and
bowels: your breath will bo sweet.
; your disposition Improved, your
friends IncroUBPd. 35c. Tea or Tnb
lots. Subtii'i Drug 8tre. Adv.
OLCOTT FROWNS DOWN
ON POLITICAL GAME
Portland, Ore., May 8. After list
ening to charges of leading sports
men that the fish and game commis
sion Is permeated with politics and
Inefficient, and the defense of the
. commission and subordinate officers,
Governor Olcott announced ;
First That he will perfect an
"active, efficient and capable com
Second That he will tolerate no
politics in the administration of its
' Third The appointment of an ex
pert accountant to probe Into the
cost of hatchery work and the dis
tribution of the various funds.
Whether in carrying out the first
proposition the governor intends
merely reorganizing the present
commission on what he considers a
business basis or substitute new ma
chinery, he did not state. Whatever
course he may adopt will probably
be dependent to a considerable dV-
' gree on what the report of his ac
countant and his own Investigations
I "I take it that the problem of or
ganisation as far as it affects the
commission devolves entirely upon
myself," said the governor at the
close of the hearing, after saying
that lie was confronted with the so
lution of two problems organiza
tion and administration.
"It Is my duty aa governor," he
continued, "to see that there is an
active, efficient and capable commis
sion to work out all the requirements
of the fish and game statutes and to
see that the Interests touched upon
by these statutes are amply and ful
ly protected. When final decision
as to this organization is made, and
I will reach that decision based upon
my best business Judgment for the
Interest of all concerned, the com
mission will go ahead and do its
work for the welfare of the bird,
fish and game life of the state.
"I wish it distinctly understood
that when the problems of organiza
tion are fully worked out to the best
of my ability the functions coming
under the province of the commis
sion will be handled by the commis
sion solely and there will be no In
terference on my part further than
I will only have one vote."
'- Referring to the charges of poll
tics that had been preferred against
the commission and its officers, the
"Many allocutions have Aecn made
that the fish and game conservation
machinery, or parts of It at loam,
have been enaaKed In political ac
tivities. However that nrny be. I
wish to nasert emnhmh-ally ami
without reservation, that the execu
tive office will tolerate' no auch ac
tivities in the future. If politics Is
not eliminated. I wish to serve- no
tice I will hold the whip hand and
when I have the Jurisdiction to do so
I will eliminate politics by ellminat.
ing the offending factor. In event a
subordinate Is the offender I Intend
to hold whatever agency that may
employ him strictly accountable for
such subordinate's activities."
DO YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cured,
permanently cured, so that you can eat any
kind of food that you crave? It has been done
not only once, but in almost every case when Cham
berlain's Tablets are used. Ah instance: Mr. J.
Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over
$2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma
nently cured by thesa tablets.
MKDI OIIll SAX1TAUH M
Mnny. many women go through'
life suffering from diseases peculiar
to their sex. when it is possible to
D. S. BUTTON
In charge of the battery tie
iwrtmeut of the 1:1th IHvMon,
V. 8. A at Vn dur.
lnjj the late war.
Now with Marker & Ituttm
cutter at ,
Auto Service Co.
Anil Is npnrrl to handle all
klnili of battery work. ,
Are you sacrificing coffee
flavor for pnee?
Lower coffee prices do
not mean a saving. Real
coffee economy lies in
strength and flavor.
M. 1 B.
3bs& i the richest flavored
33 coffee you can buy
BUY THE FIVE POUND CAN
AND SAVE MORE MONEY
mWr m T . '
1918 Maxwell 1917 Oakland Six
1917 Maxwell Chalmers Touring Car
One Ford Truck
Have your loose wheels tightened
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
Battery Shop Specials
Spot Lights at various prices.
Luggage Carriers just the thing for picnics.
Motorist Coveralls and Driving Gloves.
Let ug tell you how to make your mohair or puntagote
top look like now or let us do it for yon.
A full line of Brunswick and IIOYAL CORD CASINGS.
Our Battery Service in free We are plowed to ten you
what your battery needs to make it do what It is in
tended to do.
We are demonstrating the National Spark Plugs Come
and see it.
for Rubber Fitness
All rubber used fai
Racine Extra Tested
tirea it blended and
rebiended In a labor ,
story mixing mill
until the supreme
degree of toughneei
is attained. ,
RACINE tiret are tires of
quality. The fact that they are
Extra Tested meant much to the
tire buyer. Extra Tested reflects all
of the extra care in the factory that
means extra wear on the road.
COUNTRY ROAD TIRES
are fabric tires designed for
precisely such road conditions as we
have around here. 5000-mile guar
antee. Let usshowyou the"Country
Road." It's a wonderful tire.
C. L. HOB ART CO.
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Tor your own protection "be certain rrsry
Racine Tire you buy bears the name
Racine Rubber Company .
KH HOFT AM) FltKNCII ClTFH IN KM, UOMt 111,1.101),
KXAMKI.F.D AMI l'KAItl,
BARNES, The Jeweler
H. P.trTimo Inspector
Next diMir First National llituk
Feeding Grants Pass
We've rMtred for tlila Job by nUh-hIiik our store
with the iihm nnfiilly aelccird line of
Kvrry commodity In our Iiiruo tH k una bouitltt
with a view to irivliiK our ciutoin.-n. TIIK MtMT I'OSHI
HI,K TIIKIH IONKV.
(iood, ui-s cm-rio-prwlucliiii fixHla itt inmlrrnt.t
prlr thrm are what you slwuys gi-t at
J. PARDEE, Grocer
OIAMI'IC r M)l lt
Tour razor is
' no better than
strong, keen-cutting convex
edges of Gem Danmkccnc Blades
removes the toughest stubble and
lendcrest growth with vclvct-likc
The life of each blade is remark
To know the luxury of vclvct-likc,
smooth iclf-shavinc, you must ihavc with
Gem Damaskcene Blades. They leave
your fjee wich that imooth, comfortable
VVc sell a set of icven Gem Damaskcene
Blaclei forSO cents.
Our siorc is shavers' headquarter,.
Sabin The Druggist
I'ao IVrxinii Vccrct for tli IImiicN ami Face
Backbreaking, unsanitary, in
effectual cleaning methods have
become but unpleasant memories in
homes where a G-E electric motor-driven
vacuum cleaner has1 come to stay.
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