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Thursday, October 26, 1918
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Ashland, Ore., Thursday, Oct. 20, "10
THE COI XTY TICKET
Voters of Ashland can not make a
mistake In marking their crosses op
posite every one of the Republican
candidates for county offices.
The Tidings does not advocate
placing a man of unknown ability
or character In a county office just
because he is of your- particular poli
tical party. We do not and surely
you do not choose your office help
because of political beliefs, and when
you vote for a cariadidate for coun
ty office you are hiring a man to
look after your business. But in this
jyear, 1916, It so happens that every
one of the Republican candidates is
a tried man of the truest worth and
every one Is entitled to your vote.
G. M. Roberts for county attorney
Is a brilliant young attorney whose
ability has been proven and who owes
no political machine or faction any
thing. He Is the feasible candidadte
In that he is absolutely free to en
force the law as It stands without
fear and without hlnderance.
G. A. Gardner for county clerk
needs no recommendation. His rec
ord while county clerk of Jackson
county stands for' Itself. Under his
tenure of office the county's affairs
have been placed In a superb condi
tion which by the unqualified state
ment of unbiased experts, places this
county in a class by itself in the state
of Oregon. 1
Chauncey Florey for county rec
order must, without detracting from
A WOMAN'S WORK
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depths of weakness her devotion to
household cares prevents sufficient
rest and recreation. Thousands of
women in this condition find Scott's
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is predigested body-food so medically
perfected that every drop yields direct
returns in strengthening the organs
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nervousness in a marvelous way.
Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doors.
Roofing Papers, Cordwood.
factory Block Wood
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 De
cember 19. HENRY 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 bad sufficient clerical and edu
cational training to prepare me for
the work. If elected I shall serve
the people to the best of my ab'llty
R, P. CAMPBELL.
John B. Wlmer, candidate for city
recorder. Dec. 19, 1916. 40-it
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. CUNNINGHAM.
I hereby announce myself bb a
candidate for the office of City Re
corder at the coming election in De
cember. W. H. GOWDY.
A New Suit
if they Rip
ALL BIGHTS REStftV a)
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
Levi StrauM & Co., San Francisco
Awird.d GRAND PRIZE it Ihi P. P. I.E.
We notice in Northern California
papers, a number of advertisements
of Ashland fruit raisers to sell fruit
"direct to the consumer," from the
orchards. And the prices are reason
able too, lower in many cases than
those quoted at local stores! Ash
land papers, as far as we can find,
have no such advertisements and it
looks rather as If an Opportunity of
soiling direct to the consumer in our
own city was being overlooked. There
are many Ashland folks who will buy
good apples at fair prices.
The state of Oregon will spend
$160,000 in improvements and addl
tions to the state Insane asylum, feeble-minded
Institution and girls' in
Clerks Gardner's glory, be given a
just share of the praise which has
befallen Jackson county for success
ful conduct of its business. Effic
iency is the watchword around the
county recorders office.
E. W. (Curly) Wilson for sheriff.
Mr. Wilson could have his nick
name put on the ballot it would
mean votes for him as many hardly
know him by any other name but
then watch out for No. 60 and you
can't miss Curly. His popularity
throughout the county is exceeded
only by the high regard in which he
is held. During the past two admin
istrations of the sheriff's office, a
big proportion of the sheriff's work
has been handled by Deputy Wilson,
and handled In a thoroughly satisfac
tory manner. The tax work and other
routine labor has been studied care
fully and thoroughly by him and law-
. . 1I'.J afKi .,:J-lL.,,y"-i.'
y 'OUR satisfaction
means more to us
than the amount of
The House of Born
makes more clothes
to measure than any
other tailoring house
seventy -five per
cent of our yearly
sales are made to sat
their friends make up
the other twenty-five
So we can't afford to let
you pay for a Born gar
ment that does not please
you in every detail of the
style, fit, material and
RetiJent Born Dealer
breakers dealt with in a quietly
courageous manner, which has built
up a wholesome respect for the law
of Jackson county.
Myrtle Blakeley for county treas
urer. Again we must repeat, thor
ough knowledge of the duties which
lie before a candidate and ability to
handle these duties efficiently to the
prime requisite In hiring your help or
the county's, and Miss Blakeley has.
A. T. Brown for county surveyor
has given ample proof of his ability
in engineering work, as the fact that
he lias no opponent testifies.
John A. Perl for coroner has,
through a long tenure of office, prov
ed his capability in a manner which
leaves no room for doubt as to his
Geo. W. Owen of Ashland is the
logical candidate for county commis
sioner, and the vote of the county
will no doubt express the high esteem
In which his reputation, character
and business ability is held. This
end of the county is entitled to a
representative on the county court,
and should give Mr. Owen a solid
Two of the candidates are from
Talent, Ashland's neighbor to the
north. Ashland knows these two
men, J. B. Coleman and G. A. Ager.
almost as well as if they were citi
zens of Ashland and entertains the
same kindly feelings toward them.
But beyond the fact that Ashland and
Talent are almost one in many ways,
these two men are most eminently
qualified for the positions to which
they aspire. If you wish to know
more of Mr. Ager's reputation as a
school man, ask someone from Tal
ent. The man himself, in his earnest
devotion to betterment of education
al facilities and full understanding
of the latest proven efficiencies in
school work, Is bound to place Jack
son county schools on a higher stand
ard and deserves your vote.
Mr. Coleman's level-headed busi
ness ability, true judgment and high
character Is too well known to need
any encomiums of ours.
Voters of Ashland or of any other
district of Jackson county will have
accomplished a wise move by giv
ing each of these men their vote.
I Means just as much;:
Ion an Insurance::
i Policy as on a I
See me when you want
any kind of insurance
I C.B. Gillette
Golden West Coffee
is "Just Right" '
j Republican Ticket
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS
For Representative, First District
W. C. HAWLEY
For Secretary of State
.B. W. OLCOTT
For Justices of Supreme Court
GEORGE H. BURNETT
FRANK A. MOORE
For Dairy and Food Commissioner
J. D. MICKLE
For Public Service Commissioner
FRED G. BUCHTEL
For Judge First District
FRANK M. CALKINS
For Representatives Eighth District
BENJ. C. SHELDON
C. M. THOMAS
For Representative Ninth District
WILLIAM H. GORE
For District Attorney
G. M. ROBERTS
For County Clerk
G. A. GARDNER
For County Recorder
E. V. WILSON
For County Treasurer
For County Surveyor
A. T. BROWN
JOHN A. PERL
For County Assessor
JAMES B. COLEMAN
For County School Superintendent
G. W. AGER
For County Commissioner
GEO. W. OWEN
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INSPECT our marKet and your confi
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Vole Yes for the
ASHLAND, Ore., Oct. 25, 1916.
The undersigned having been re
quested by many citizens to give pub
lic expression of our opinion on the
Pendleton Normal School initiative
measure, we wish to say that It is
our judgment that this bill should
receive the usual overwhelming vote
that Jackson county and Southern
Oregon has always cast for all edu
cational and progressive measures.
We have given the entire state of
Oregon a continuous and careful
study and we feel that the people as
a whola are steadily getting a better
understanding of the real need of
trained teachers, and we believe that
the desire of the people of Eastern
Oregon to secure a normal school
should receive our encouragement
and co-operation. Jackson county
has an unbroken record for support
lng educational measures. It would
be inconsistent for Southern Oregon
to fall to appreciate the needs of the
children of the state even though
Eastern Oregon be far removed from
our knowledge and observation.
E. T. STAPLES,
A. C. JOY,
C. W. BANTA,
E. J. KAISER,
Normal School Campaign Committee.
LOUISE GANIERE PEROZZI,
F. C. HOMES,
, G. H. BILLINGS,
Alumni Association of Southern Ore
gon Normal School.
Vote Yes on Number 308
Paulserud & Barrett