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THE COLD Htl.L NEWS
TIII RSDAV. MW i.\ to.,.’
R. Carter, Clerk
Candidate Viait Here
T H E G O LD HILL N E W S
Published by Mac’s Printing Co.
R. E. BLANKENBURG, Editor and Business Manager
LOIS BLANKENBURG, Associate Editor
George It. G arter, candidate fo r
the republican nom ination to the
office o f county clerk, was a v is ito r
in Gold H ill last week.
ioM his candidacy, Mr. (a irie r says
hv pledges that he w ill, i f elected,
An Independent Newspaper Published in the Interests of
Gold Hill Oregon and Vicinity
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered at the Postoffice at Gold Hill, Oregon, for transmission through
the mails as second-class matter
&lbscriution <2.04 a year in advance.
Advertising rates on appliaation.
TIME W ILL TELL
D uring the past few m onths various projects have
been a ttem p ted in (.¡old Hill hv its service organizations.
Some have succeeded and some have failed. W ithout
doubt, lack of cooperation was the reason f. r most of these
failures, for it has been noticeable to most of us. th at when
a project was proposed the objection w as raised th a t so
and so would not help. W hy? Because, about five years
ago he w anted som ething and somebody else voted against
it; therefore, he had never cooperated in an y th in g
since— o r som ething to th a t effect.
The school a ffa ir is causing m any “ headaches”— and
m any heartaches, as are the o th er projects.
Did it ever occur to you that these “ headaches" and
h eartaches M IG H T be (¡row ing Pains? . . . And are we
going to let them be so perm anent th a t they ST U N T our
g ro w th as a com m unity— and as individuals?
Som ew here we have read, "T here are T H R E E sides,
not T W O , to ev ery th in g —"vour side," "m v side" and the
R IG H T SID E.
W ell, folks, we took another jum p this week, and have
for you tw elve pages of good live new s about yourselves,
your neighbors, n ear and J a r , and about the m any item s
you can purchase now to your advantage, as suggested in
the advertisem ents in this issue. Also there is a page of
political news. A gain, we say, th a t we are try in g o ur lev
el best— even w orking until tw o o ’clock in the m orning
(M illard R asm ussen of Spencer, Iowa, please note and
smile W IT H u s )— to make this a good paper. W e w ill not
alw ays have 12 pages, but we hope we can once in a while.
W e will have eight pages at least, and w e’re glad you like
it— as some o f vou have told us.
Bodies Built to Order
O ur shop can straig h ten
th a t fender, replace th at
broken glass, or rebuild
the wrecked body, and
num erous other jobs.
Ask Us About It
T. N. PARRETT
36 South Riverside
. Phone 279-Y
conduct the a ffa irs o f the clerk’s
office w ith s tric t economy, and w ill
show die co tirlcs) to a ll
tic lias occasion to serve w h ile ad
m in istra tin g the office.
Mr. G arter has lived In Jackson
county over 40 years, lie " ..n raised
in Ashland, ami later llv d fo r 15
years al T ulenl.
The Iasi seven
years have b a II sim lit in Medford.
•'or five years, fro m I Hi 3 to 1912,
Mr. (a irie r was manager o f M edford
Ice and Storage com oaiiy.. He has
also served the county as deputy,
but lias never held p u b lic o ffic e ..
T w o years ago, lie entered the rare
fu r the county cle rksh ip , being de
feated by a n a rro w margin.
M r. and Mrs. Tylee o f Jackson-
so n ville spent T hursday
v is itin g
frie n d s and acquaintances in Hus
c ity .
Dr w p C hisholm spent T liu rs
,|a> at his mine in the Meadows,
lloyee Kellogg o f Medford a|M*nl
tile week end w ith Ins father. A. K.
K ellogg, in this l ily .
I-1 \ I-. I ’ m 11
leys. O| ;
; Joe Lev.
md B ill i '..ree motored
• to Marble Mountain V inlay on huso
ness fo r the cement i im it.
DR. A. M. I.O U G IIN E Y
New Treatm ent lo r
ASTHMA mi l II W I I VI It
Free Exane m il ion
Dr. O M cKay'» o ffice P h o n e 196
32 T u ffs Itld g .
Mr. anil Mrs. George lin ke r and .
daughter, Elsie, Mrs. M innie Sur- ,
G rs n ts Pass
M edford Oregon
.Mr. ami Mrs. H . I W atrous o ft« *" und ,o n « M vlvin. motored to
s o f \ lr . mid Mrs Yreka Saturday, where they spent ! PROFESSIONAL
“ Moose” M uirhead was a busin, ss
F red Stone Sunday.
1 . um l .v w ith Fred Baker.
c a lle r in th is c ity Monday.
( l i t u i - I 'l l , HU
I ' l l , H iv
DR. E. D. FT.W OO D
U n fin ish e d Magazine racks 47c;
O P T O .M K IK IH T
24x48 rag rugs 73c; 9x12 Seamless
N e w L o c a tio n
A xniinstec Hugs <19.75 al Adams
135 So. C entral Ave.
2 Doors South o f M ontgomery
F u rn . Co. Unusual F u rn itu re Sale.
G rants Pass.
Eves Examined, Lena D uplicated
Glasses F itte d , Frames Bepuired
Mr. and Mrs. E rank N o rth ru p o f
Shack, Grants Pass.
t f P o rtla n d came Monday fo r a short
O PTO M ETRY
[ v is it w ith tljc Misses N e llie and L yn-
Mr. and Mrs. C lin to n W alker and . dell Jacobs. They le ft Tuesday .
Good glasses if you need them
Mrs. M illie Bunn w ere c a llin g on
—otherwise good advice
DB. JE D R IC K E R T
Mrs. M innie Low e in M e d fo rd Sun
F o r smart ready to w ear o f good
Sincere S cie n tific Service
q u a lity , m oderately
s e e
222 East Main
M edford, Ore.
ETHELWYN B. HOFFMANN’S, op
Mrs. Maria B a ld w in o f Medford posile postoffice, Medford.
spent Sunday w ith her niece, Mrs.
CHEWS 4 CODDING
’ | M innie B y e rly o f th is c ity .
Mrs. F lo yd Lance, w ho has been
i l l w ith heart tro u b le d u rin g the
A tlorneys at Law
Bert W heatley returned T hursday past few weeks, is recovering nicely,
217 IJ lie rly Bid«., Medford
j i evening fro m B ro o klyn , w here he and is able to he about some.
■ has been employed by the S. P. Co.
Mrs. N ina D usenberry o f Sardine
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ferguson were Creek was employed al the II. I).
business callers in Grants Pass Sat N orton home Tuesday doing paper
Y ou r F a v o rite Je w e le r Sines
Raked A pplet and Pettehtt',
d i E aisa of a ataal is no more
th e m easure of Its Im portance Core and pare th ree baking ap
tb a a is the mze of a man. ples, cut In halves. Lay tn bak
Fresh S tra w b e rry Ice Cream at
Mr. and Mrs. <). C. Palm er and
J E W E L R Y , D IA M O N D S
I t's w hat the man and the meal ing dish, cut side up. Open ons
H o rn in g 's Shack, Grants Pass. We daughter. Beatrice, were c a llin g on
H u tc h B c p a irin g a S p e cia lty
accom plish th a t count.
Take No. 2 can halved peaches, place
maek o u r ow n.
tf frie n d s in Ashland Saturday.
breakfast, for Instance. It’s prob half-peach on each apple.
ably the sm allest meal of the day, b u tter In each peach half, using
b u t In some ways it's the m ost two tablespoon« of It. Add to peach
BIDENS SHOE SEBVIC E
Im portant. It has to keep the syrup one and one-fourth cups
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Z
Q u a lity H o ik , M o d e rile Prices
faintly going until noon and the w ater and tw o-thlrds cup sugar,
Done W h ile You W ait
m orning is the big p a rt of the and bring to bolting. Pour around
19 South Centra! — M edford
day. w hether one spends It a t fru it, bake In m oderate oven,
school, In an office or shop, or 375“, forty-five m inutes to an
hour, u n til apples a re tender,
atte n d in g to household tasks.
basting occasionally. Make day
A C orking Breakfast
before und serve cold w ith the
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Halted A p p let and P earhet
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A ll Kind« of Livestock fo r
O atm eal
Scram bled Eggt
serv 1 six. Seven to nine half-
B ro ile d lla n an at W ra p p e d in llacon peaclies are tn No. 2 can, depend
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