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I Announcements f
John B. Wimer, candidate for city
recorder. Dec. 19, 1916. 40-22t
William S. Hart is making the con
cluding scenes of J. G. Hawks' new
Triangle-Kay Bee play with a west
ern newspaper setting, in which he
will be presented as star, and already
has begun preparations for the film
ing of his next vehicle. This is to
be a gripping melodrama of intense
situations, in which Hart will carry
his famous six-shooter. It is from
the pen of Monte M. Katterjohn.
Those in the cast.of the story Hart is
now completing include Alma Reu
bens, Norbert A. Myles, Nina Hyron
and Walter Terry.
I wish to announce to the voters
of Ashland that I am a candidate
for the office of City Recorder.
At the time I came west I was
serving a term in a capacity similar
to our office of recorder.
If elected I expect to look after
the city's interest in every particular.
I solicit your.support.
Very truly yours,
39-tf C. L. CL'.NNIXGHAM.
Mfedel85-4 f.o.b. Toledo
Model 85-4 f.o.b. Toledo
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of City Re
corder at the coming election in De?
cember. W. H. GOWDY.
I wish to announce to the people
of Ashland that I am a republican
candidate for the' office of city re
corder in the election to be held he
cember 19. HEN'RY C. GALEY.
For City Recorder.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the office of City Re
corder at the coming city election. I
have had sufficient clerical and edu
cational training to prepare me for
the work. If elected I shall serve
the people to the beat of my ab'llty
R. T. CAMPBELL.
Hood River Short
Of Apple Pickers
Hood River is short of apple pick
ers. The fruitnien have petitioned :
the merchants of Hood River to al-:
low as many of their clerks as pos
sible to get off to pick apples and :
have also asked that the Hood Riv
er high school be closed.
In the Rogue river valley atten
dance at the various schools is tak
ing a severe slump and pickers are
none too plentiful,
An automobile of the vintage of
190G plays an important role in a
new Triangle-Keystone comedy now
being directed by Clarence Badger.
The comedy is a rural story in which
Gloria Swanson, Bobby Vernon and
Reggie Morris form a triangle com
posed of beautiful girl, hero and vil
lein. The Reo was found in the me
chanical department of the Keystone
studio and was onco the property of
Mack Sennett. Guidpd by Bobby
Vernon, the honest farmer boy In the
picture, the roadster Is run up the
front steps of a downtown palatial
home, throueh the reception hall and j
on up the stairs. Much care and in '
fact a skilled engineer was required
to build the BOt on a sufficiently firm i
foundation to support tle weight of
the machine, Bobby Vernon and a
butler, whom the driver of the car
picks up on the hood during his spec
tacular ride through the various
rooms. Trouble arises when the Reo
hits a polished floor in the hall.
.Spinning about like a top, the ma
chine whirls all about the hall, final
ly settling down to a regular revolv
ing giide in a circular motion, which
throws Mr. Vernon and the butler on
the floor with a heavy thud. During
the "shooting" of this scene soft soap
was required to produce a sufficient
smoothness on the floor for the mo
tor to turn about rapidly on its heavy
3 V rr 1
You Ought to Own This Car
Its possession will enrich your life and the
lives of every member of your family.
The freedom and wider range of activity
made possible by such a car are worth
many times its price.
The price is by far the lowest at which so big
and fine and comfortable a car ever sold.
Big the wheelbase is 112 inches.
Fine it's a beautifully finished, luxurious car.
Comfortable it has cantilever springs and
Model 85-6, 35-40 horsepower six cylinder
motor, 116-inch wheelbase $925.
Come in today we can't get them as fast as
we sell them so order yours right away.
G. E. MILLNER, Dealer, 374 E. Main, Phone 116
The Willye-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio
"Md? in U.S. A."
KKT Bn t rm -& ur. n jk torn
his part of the picture was finished
the day before their gaze was made
actually upon the world, else I fear
we would never have finished Bob
by's part of the story."
Well Known Portukd Womam Speaks
ITH THE SAME I3T ALL OREGON.
Portland, Oregon, "I send tliia
jfir$k freat Peasure-
Wy daughter owea
CM iSi At, her hie to the tue
ml kk V f:;W'; Torite ?rescrip-t-AT-
.A;..tion. Sh? was o
verv dViuate girl
To get a good ending for "Jumps
and Jealousy," a Vltagraph comfdy
which is being directed by Lawrence
Sfmon, four thousand cigar box i
"bri :l:s" were dropped from a height
of twelve fed on Hughie Mack. The j
"bricks" completely covered him and ,
left nine bruises on his head as a
reminder of the occasion. i
Road a Wonder
1" , ' -X
bei'ire uii.i your
"I have uE?d
i, tJ.cnrintinn fr.r weakiu-s? Dt'C'l-
liar to women and foind it perfectly
w.mderful. I have used Dr. 1'ierce 3
medicines for over thirty-five years.
"My husband has uf.ed hi Lrv;h
Syrim" and thinks il is greut "-Ml:-'.
L. a. Foster, E. 8ih St., W.
When a Kirl becomes a woman, when
s woman becomes a mother, when a
. woman linsses through the changes of
muddle life, are the three periods of
Lie when health and strength are most
ceded to withstand the pain and dis
tress often caused by severe organic
At these critical times women are
best fortified by the use of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, an old
remedy of proved worth that keeps
the entire female system perfectly
regulated and in excellent condition.
Mothers, if your daughters are weak,
lack ambition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude, and are pale and sick
ly Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
jnst what they need to surely bring
the bloom of health to their cheeks
and make them strong and healthy.
For all diseases peculiar to women,
Dr. Pierce's Fevorite Prescription is a
powerful restorative. During the last
60 years it has banished iom the
livfS of tens of thousands of women
the pain, worry, misery and distress
eauaed by irregularities and diseases
of a feminine character.
They have been giving little Dob- j
by Connelly, the child player of r,a- :
tional reputation, a good deal of !
work at the Vltagraph studios lately.
He is the most lovable youngster im
aginable and he is a pure child all
through. This Is one Marguerite
liertsch tells of him. She is the
clever director who is handling a
five-reel feature a month: "In a
James Oliver Curwood story we are
doing," says she, "Bobby was re
quired to do a cute little bit with a
hatful of puppies. We found that
he has an unusual fear of dogs.
That they were young dogs made no
difference he just couldn't bring
himself to handle them without
shrinking. Then we pointed out to
him that they were so very young.
'Why, they haven't their eyes open
yet,' I said. That reassured him,
but in a different way than I am
agined It would. The physical fact
of their eyes being closed is what
impressed him. 'Oh, then, it's all
right, Miss Bertsch,' he cried, 'they
can't see me.' He went ahead confi
dently with his work, each day tak
ing the precaution to examine them
to see that the puppies still kept
their eyelids closed. He was not to
be caught unawares. Fortunately
Southward to California
Eastward through Nevada
' San Francisco Limited
Comfort and Convenience
Ask the Agent at the Station
JOHN M. SCOTT,
OenKral Pawngtir Arent Portland, Oregon
SOUTHERN PACIFIC-UNION PACIFIC
H. II. Eline. manager of the Port
land branch of the Overland com
pany, was down from Portland last
week visiting Local Agent George
Milner. He made the trip b?ck to
Portland in a single day. Regard
ing the southern Oregon roads Mr.
Elinp Is quoted by the Portland Ore
gop't'.n as follows:
"Mr. Eliug has great praise for the
roads of southern Oregon, but con
demns the condition of the road be
tween Portland and Salem, the two
largest cities in the state.
" 'They can say all they want
about the terrors of the Pass Creek,
Cow Creek and Wolf Creek hills and
canyons, but I want to tell you that
the condition of the road between
Portland and Salem Is worse than
anything found in southern Oregon,
the canyons Included. For instance,
there has been a deep hole in the
road between Aurora and Salem that
is quite enough to break a car and
a motorist's neck. From Central
Point on through M,edford to Ash
land and then over the Siskiyou
mountains to California is the finest
sort of a road. That new road over
the mountains is a wonder and the
beauty of the thing Is that they are
improving it all the time. The
weather was beautiful and I want to
tell you that those valleys in south
ern Oregon are about the prettiest
sights that ever confronted a motorist.'"
The state highway bridge across
the Sacramento river at the upper
end of Dummr.iir is completed. The
brid-'e is ready to be thrown open
to I'U'ilic travel, but the state hlgh-
! way commission is waiting for Duns-
muir to do its part by straightening
the road at the south end. As it is
' now there is a sharp turn right at
the approach of the bri ige. j
'The structure cost close to $00,000
and is perhaps the most beautiful
j bridge on the highway in that part of
California. There are three spans.
j The middle span, under which the
river flows, is 18u feet ioito'. The
south span is 114 feet in length. The
railroad is under this arch. The
north span Is also 1 1 4 feet long. The
old wagon road passes under this.
1 Approaches at each end add to the
length of the bridge. I
The state highway commission is
graveling the road between Dunsrauir
and Shasta Springs and also between
' Yreka and the state line.
Why Should Oregon Vole
and one-twenty-fifth of a mill for" a normal school only
21 mi'es from where the state owns a good plant at
Wet-ton which requires but one-fortieth of a mill an
nual maintenance to put it in successful operation?
Head page 28 of the voters' pamphlet; and if you want
to avoid needless taxation, voto
309 X No
Taid advei tii-enn nt Clark
Wood, Weston, Oregon.
Oregon Team Went
South This A. M.
A football team that Is almost en
tirely Oregon bred and Oregon
rained passed through this morning
bound from the University of Oregon
to meet the Cailfornia-bred and Cali
fornia raised men of tlte University
of California. The game will be
I nhivcil tn thH lturkelev Rllnlllim on
the afternoon of October 21, and will
be the first test of football strength
Sixty five Oregon high schools I jn uiany years between Oregon and
have now become members of this California. The one university out
year's Oregon High School Debating numbers the other in attendance
League. Last year's membership j about ten to one, yet such is the
Tillamook will try to add 125
square miles of territory to the port
district to secure needed money for
Is Debate Subject!
The Sixes river placer and local
black sand mines near Daudon have
been purchased and will be devel
oped by New York capitalists.
The St. Johns shipyard Is building
a motorship for a large cannery firm.
The largest wooden vessel ever
built on the Pacific coasf has just
been launched at North Bend. The
vessel is 23."i feet long and has a ca
pacity of 1.250,000 feet of lumber.
The Southern Pacific is doing Its
full share for Coos Bay. This road is
a branch in its present form and Is
the only branch road the S. P. Com
pany has given a through train.
1PP! Beat it
Keeps out all the wet
Waterproofs, , "mS
are Marked thus ftSHvts
A J. TOWER CO. BOSTON
was fifty-one. The membership has
doubled in three years.
The subject for debate this winter
was announced last Saturday by the
state officials. It is. "Resolved,
that Oregon should adopt a health
insurance law embodying the essen
tial features of the 'Standard Rill' of
the American Association for Labor
Health insurance was chosen be
cause of increasing public Interest in
it, because of the newness of the pro
pofinl In the west, and because it is
expected to become an issue in Ore
gon within a year.
Twenty-seven schools are enrolled
this year that were not members last
year. Central Tolnt, Glendalo and
Sutherlin are the new southern Ore
The state library and the Univers
ity of Oregon library can furnish a
certain amount of data to inquiring:
debaters. Other inquiries may bo
sent to the secretary of the league, !
Earl Kilpatrick, University of Ore-;
gon, Eugene. The sixty-five schools
contest for the University of Oregon 1
cup, now held by Prineville high
quality of the fine Oregon squad
that the giant of the south is be
lieved to have small advantage. "Af
ter all, only elevon men can meet j
eleven of ours at once," said Hugo j
Coach Pezdck will take eighteen
men. They will average, stripped,
ISO pounds. They will represent fif
teen towns, of which eleven are Ore
Over cno thousand men In ship
yards of Portland are building ships
Getting out of
bed on the right ;
side is only part j
A CUP Of SOGO
coffee will in-
re a vender-
GeWen West Coffee j
I No interests to serve but the public interests HA WLEY
KepuMcasi and Progressive Direct
Primary Nominee lor
Judging from the sentiment ex-;
pressed by voters over the slate, the
land and loan measure (single tax) ,
will' be snowed under deeper this
election than ever before. I
The Carnation milk condensery at
HUlsboro is adding a $50,000 unit to
September building permits at Ba
ker total $11,200.
A vote for Koprtwentative Haw ley isonc lor a Faithful, Honest, ( lean,
Capubln iind Suceeliil Public SoYviint who has won tor himself and
State a position of influence and standiiiK in Congress.
Senator William E. Borah voices the sentiments of his col
leagues when he says: "Mr. Ilawley is a most faithful and vig
ilant and capable member of Congress. He holds the respect and
confidence of his associates and colleagues because of his sound
Judgment, his courage and his faithfulness to duty."
For further information please read the pamphlet gent to (wry regis
tered voter by the Secretary of State. Republican Congressional Com.
Paid ady. W. J. t'L'LVKR, Chairman.
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