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GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER
EHffiS PASS DAllt COURIER,
Published Dally Except Sunday ,
. A. YOORHIE8, Pnb. tud Propr.
' statered at poetofflee. Grants Put,!
Of., second class mall matter.
Display apace, per Inch 15c
Local-personal column, pr line.. 10c
Headers, per line Be
Br mJl or carrier, per yer....6.00 1
. By mall or .carrier, per month .60 ;
, ' . WEEKLY COURIER j
By mail, per year ..-.. $1.00:
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The Associated Preaa la axel naively !
entitled to the ue tor repeMiceaoa,
ot all new dispatches credited to tt
or all otherwise credited In tl
paper and also the local newa pub
All rtghta ot republication ot pe
dal dispatches herein are
FRIDAY, Jl'-NE 20, 1910.
e . OREGON WEATHER
Fair; cooler east portion to-
night; easterly winds.
THAT 11AP FROM KLAMATH
One of our loyal citliens has
taken offense at the statement ot a
Klamath Falls man who, after a vis
it to our city, returned home and
aid to the Klamath Fall i tea:
"Grants Pass is a beautiful city
of fine homes, magnificent lairns,
beautiful flowers, splendid streets,
and all that out no money, no life,
Well, there is at least satisfaction
In knowing what some of our visit
ors think ot us, .but all visitors here
w do not share the Klamath Falls
ni man's 'Views. Let us admit that the
city could be livelier socially, but it
'P Je a fafct, as well as a matter ot
ffl pride, that the same firms have been
pt doing business right here "at the
' j same old stand" for years and are
4 still making money.
, " Now as to the money part of it,
i It is also a fact and a matter of
In pride that Grants Pass has been one
of the first cities to go "over the
J'itop" in all the Liberty loan drives
I and the last big Victory cajnpaign.
do Tee, we were first, and the figures
eoshow that Klamath Falls lagged aad
Aojy behind the procession. This is not
jaaid In derogation to that hustling
e jefty, Jrot merely to open the Klam-
3 cam iiuu man s eyes, urania . rasa
urgs not as dead as pictured.
th Xrue -we have not Klamath's mil-
fons of misquetos nor her zero
! o t
a feather In winter, but the Rogne
fiver valley is Messed with a cM
vlctnate superior to that of Southern
&T THE COYOTE MENACE
ruc Numerous complaints have been '
s tpade this year to the effect that;
theoyotes are making sheep and poul-1
; a"try , raising in some districts un-j
,tIe rofitable to the ranchers. One i
leepman reports the loss of 12
eforjieep within one month by coyotes.
but Wle Josephine county has not suf-
con?red from depredations of these
1 v98ta as has some other Oregon
mntles, yet the loss has 'been keen-
felt in several instances.
From A report from Marshfleld states
.111 i at the coyote menace Is so great
n Curry county that the sheep In
istry is threatened and ranchers In
K me sections are disposing of their
ng t cke. The report says coyotes were
ind. st aeen in Curry about five years
o and that despite efforts to erad
.te the animal they have stea'dlly
Teased In number. They are more
tnerons than ever before along
rhe eradication of coyotes Is a
tllsh subject, since the only way
lear the country of them 1s toy
ting out poison. This would
k nicely were It not for the fact
t many valuable dogs are polson
'iby such proceedings. If some
ingement could be ' planned
reby two or more weeks each
ng could foe set aside as a poison
. od and every rancher put out
rte poison , the animals might
disposed of. Dogs would have
e tied up during such period,
places marked so all untouched
You May Have
MANY YEARS TO LIVE
BIT IR SI RE AXU MYR XOW
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Ql'ALITY AXI) SRRVICR
poison could be picked up and des
troyed after the poison campaign
Only an united and thorough
campaign would accomplish the pur
posea campaign similar to the dig'
ger squirrel drive. Extra precau
tion would have to be exercised in
handling the poisoned bait, and it
is a matter that farmers and stork
growers themselves must agree upon
Miss Ada; Alger's dream of victory
has been shattered. She la the 14
year, old girl of Victoria. B. C.
who was told that she recently
broke the world's record tor the
100-yard dash, In 9H seconds. And
now the truth has leaked oat that
the watch used was faulty; but the
little girl made the run In 10 4 sec
onds, which in itself is a.' splendid
record even for an adult athlete.
Tirana .Albania, June 20. Thou
sands ot Albanian men and women
are now proudly wearing American
pajamas day and night. When the
American Red Cross representatives
came to Albania the people were
clothed in rags and tatters.
Miles and miles ot unbleached
muslin sent to (Albania by the Am
erican people have ibeen cut up ty
native women in the Red Cross
workshops and made into garments.
In one of these workshops an Amer
ican girl retains as a souvenir the
blouse of an Albanian -who now
reports American pajamas. This shirt
is composed of 287 scraps of cloth
and like the average collection of
rags worn by Albanians looks like
We specialize in diseases 'of Woman,
the Stomach and Nutritional Disorders
Eat Well -Feel Well-Do Well
It all depends on what grown-lcs you buy, Where you buy them,
and what yon pay for them.
If you buy GOO!) groceri,- you eat well.
If you eat wnll you feel well.
If you feel well you do Well in your bUHinewt affairs.
Can we tell you of a better reiuwin why you whouM buy your
groceries from us?
Every one knows of the hlKh Htjuidard of our good.
They all know of the low prices we charge.
Mort people trado with u, anywuy. Why not you?
J. PARDEE, Grocer
an old fashioned American rrnxy
American women are conducting
welfare classes among the Albanian
children, teaching them English, hy
giene, providing them with a special
diet and clothing them. The little
victims or the war also euro being
taught American games and how to
play, an art they seem to have lost.
You can't cover blackheads,
pimples, red spots on the face wltb
powder: they're bound to be seen
don't worry or spoil your temper,
take Holllster's Rocky .Mountain Tea
each week'twill banish them thru
the blood, the only sure way. 35c
Sabln's Drug Store. Adv.
FRENCH AXXIOl'8 FOR TRIAL
OF WM. HOHKXZOLLKIIX
Puiria. June 19. Second only to
the question as to whether the Ger
mans will sign the peace treaty In
the minds ot French people today
was the subject of bringing William
Hohenzollern to trial.
Even should the former katser
evade the ordeal of facing an Inter
national tribunal, the Germans If
they accept the revised terms mast
formally acknowledge bis liability
to answer for the nigh crime against
Printing that pleases We do It!
Courier Job Department.
For Sick Headache
Constipation, Indigestion, Sour
Stomach, Biliousness, Bloating,
Gas, Coated Tongue, take that
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS
Art promptly. Never diaappoinL Mild
and gentle in action. Do not gripe or
nauseate. No costive after effect.
Mi. Sweat Clary. Ant V.i "I hd bS
neadacba and took two Foley Calhat ic Tablata,
la a abon whila, my baad wopped a hint."
TO HELP CRIPPLED GIRL
San Francisco, June 30. The en
tire city government of San Fran
cisco, from the mayor, the board of
supervisors, through the personnel
of every department Including the
courts, the police, fire, school, slrcc
cleaning and public works depart
niotits. are at work for a little crip
pled woman crippled by the city
which. In som measure, now Is try
ing to recompense her for the af
fliction It brought on tier.
Some months aao Miss Miiry Scan
Ion, young, pretty and In the full
enjoyment or life was standing on
the porch of lier little home. The
clang of the gong on a fire engine
rushing to a tire suddenly was heard.
At express speed 1t rounded a curve
near the Scanlon home. Something
failed to work properly and the dri
ver lost control. The next Instant
it had crashed into tne tVanlon
porch. A few minutes later Mary
Scanlon was lifted out of the wreck
age, bleeding and unconscious.
For weeks she hovered, between
lite and death at a hdspltal. Youth
prevailed, but when Mary came out
she did so on crutches which shel
will have to use all her life, for a
leg had been taken from her no thtut i
she might live.
Then 1t was found there wns
nothing In the charter of San Fran
cisco which provided compensation
for this particular emergency. Of
ficially, the city could do nothing
to help her but unofficially It de
termined that 'Mary Scanlon wus en
titled to all the aid that could be
The mayor called the members of
his city government Into conclave
and the entire business' of the me
tropolis stood still while It was de
termined what could be done.
On June 21 the city great civic
auditorium will be the scene of a
monster benefit for 'Mury. Nearly
30,000 tickets already have been
sold for U. Every actor and actress
In the city had volunteered his or
her services. Those who cannot get
Into the auditorium will be taken
care of In the wide stretches of the
civic center which will be turned
Into a monster ball room where vol
unteer bands will play tor dancing
far Into the morning hours.
"The city will not. fall you Miss
St-anlon." said the mayor to the lit
tle woman a few days ago at a pub
lic reception held In her honor, "she
has your interest at henrt and will
look after yon."
NOT THE SPIRIT BUT
THE PRICE THAT HURT
Brest, J.une 20 A doughboy step
ped into a Brest store last night and
asked to see some harmonicas. As
the iolrt'er picked up one, Inspector!
it minutely, wiping the edge of It
with his coat sleeve before putting
It to his mouth, there, starting at
him as if In letters of fire were the
printed words: "Made in Germany."
"I though 'Made In Germany' wus
'pas bon' in France," he said to the
"Zat is so," interrupted the
Frenchman suavely, "but we buy
zem, before sse war."
The doughboy threw the harmon
ica on the counter and sauntered out.
"That is the right spirit," said
the correspondent, "one should not
trade with ithe enemy before peace
"Right spirit, nothing." replied
the dougihboy, "this bird wanted 14
for this harmonica which he admits
he ibougjit 'before the war. They
were worth 50c then."
One of the best and surest
ways to build up more and big
ger industries in Oregon is to
support the industries we
'"Success breeds success."
The success of ithe industries
we have not only causes them
to grow, ibut also attracts new
industries meaning MORIO
PAYROLL .MONEY to circu
late in Oregon.
ASSOCIATED rSDHSTRI K8
Let lis make your watch over
into a wrist watch
8, P. Time Inspector
JITN'KV 1.1 Kh: A! rl'TLEK
1918 Maxwell 1917 Oakland Six
1917 Maxwell Chalmers Touring Car
One Ford Truck
Have your loons wheels tightened a
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
Hpot Lights at various prices.
Luggage Carriers Junt the thing for plinlca.
Motorist Coveralls and Ithvlng Glove.
Let us toll you how to make your mohair or aaasoe
top look like now or let us do It for you,
A full line of Uruaawlrk and HOY A I, COKD CAHI.NUtt.
Our Battery Bervioa Is free We are pleased to tell yo
what your battery needs to make it do what It is la.
tended to do. t
We are dnmoautraliiig the atlonsl 8Hirk Plug Come
sad see It.
iveep your Shoes Neat
LIQUIDS and PASTES
FOR BLACK.WHITE ,TAN AND OX-EL00D(0ARK BROWNlSHOES
r.l-.OAI.ur IIXP.IUM.JU i tiu, tu. MtO, N.t .
AN IRRITABLE, fault
uUC to a oisoracrea stomach. A man with good
digestion is nearly always good natured. A
great many have been permanently cured of stom
ach troubles by Chamberlain's Tablets after years
of suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach
and enable it to perform its functions naturally.
.j uui, "cy oniy
Ne door Mrst .National Hank
finding disposition is often
cost a quarter.
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