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THE GOLD HILL NEWS THURSDAY, MAY u , 1032
Candidates Line Up For Primaries May 20
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M rd Io to each
In this regard, may this paper
say that no man has a right to c rit
icise any man in office i f he him
self does not lake the trouble to
E. C. GADDIS
go to the [Hills and express his own
Resident of Jackson County
choke of man to run the affairs
for 30 years.
of the government. His choice might
Former Mayor of Medford
not be the majority choice, but it is
his duty to express his opinion at Capable and experienced in public
Information on This Page the [Hills as w ell as on the street
corner, or through the newspaper.
Logical Man for Republican
May Help You; Read It
In other words— VOTE AS YOU
PLEASE. B I T VOTE!
And Then VOTE
I f your “side” does not w in this
W ill w ork for your best interests
time, perhaps it w ill next time.
On this page are presented the at all times. For “strict economy in
W ith the Spring Prim ary election
taxation and county business."
political statements and advertise
just one week away. interest in the
ments of the biggest majority o f the Number ¿2 on O fficial Ballot May 30
outcome is reaching fever heat.
candidates. In fairness to those not
According to men in charge of reg
FOR COUNTY CLERK
represented, we list their names
istering voters, more have taken the
here for the information of our
trouble to be recorded this year than
In asking the support of the peo
ever before, and a new record w ill
For Sheriff: Charles Stacy, E v ple of this community in my candi
no doubt be established in the num
erett Beeson. John H. Hughes. Fred dacy for nomination to the office
ber « f votes cask Also people are
J. McPherson. Ben Moller and \V. T. of County Clerk on the republican
taking paias to studv the candidates
ticket. 1 pledge, if elected, that I
in the field closely and are expect
For County Judge: A. H. W ill w ill conduct the affairs of the o f
ed to make intelligent decisions in
etts, C. A. Thomas and E arl Fehl. fice on a basis of economy, ami
Republicans, and J. F. Wortman, w ill show due courtesy to all with
whom I may come in contact in the
For County C lerk: Vie H. Beck administration of its duties.
G. R. CARTER.
man. l.ew-is U lrich and Floyd Bar
Republican Candidate for Co. Clerk
County Superintendent of Schools:
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL
C. R. Bowman, republican, and Earl
W. Rogers, democrat.
SU PER IN TE N D E N T
Commissioner: Thomas Pankey.
A Progressive. Economical. E ffi
Prosecuting Attorney: George A. cient and Business Administration
for the sehools of Jackson county.
1 have been connected with the
Also, J. B. Coleman, assessor, and
A. C. W alker, treasurer, are unop Medford public schools continuously
posed for nomination on the repuh- for the past tw enty years and am
i liean tic k e t for re-election this fall, fam iliar with every phase of public
and are not making an active cam school work. I fee! that this know l
edge of school affairs coupled with
y experience would he very helpful
R E P U B L IC A N
in determining the county school
Your support is solicited.
A. J. HANBY,
Republican Candidate for County
N om inate
F R E D E R IC K
S T E IW E R
His record, both as a legislator
and as Corporation Commissioner,
is a record of achievement.
His election w ill assure to the
| people of this district active and
fo r OREGON
PRIMARY, M ay 20th
THE TAX-PAYERS FR IE N D
He w im i the people to salvage their homes, in
dustries and payrolls, and succor the unfortu
nate and the poor.
Y O U W O U L D H IR E .
COM PETENT H ELP
You wouldn’t hire a
blacksmith as your dentist
n, r a carpenter as vour
doctor; neither would you
hire a fanner as your law
Your county judge should
be a lawyer able to handle
legal matters coming be
fore the county court. He
should also be capable in
You hire officials
voting for them.
Candidate foe Co. Judge
“I * a n i to he yowr lured
"In behalf of a »quart- deal for
announce my candidacy every seelion of Jackson counfy,
for Sht-rrif on the Republican ticket with.ml fear, favor or prejudice, wc
appeal to the voters to support «
at the May 20 primaries.
I fully realise the conditions of man of ability, integrity, and moral
our county and country. Never was worth. In L. ,M. Sweet, we believe
there such demand for competent, we have an ideal candidale and one
efficient, constructive men to fill
our public trust.
If nominated and riveted, I w ill
conduct Ihe duties of Ihc office as |
the honest voters and taxpayer*i
have a perfect right Io expert and j
w ill feel proud of.
C J. HAAS.
splendid service Io
! the whole county.
"Signed b y:
C. F. C ate, Smile
I F rin k , J. L. F rin k . M. A. .V h u lf, It.
Deariuond, Id ille D e an in .ml, J. |..
I Hallan, Vailo H allan, Luke Ji lining»,
Buia Jciiiiings, R, IL Itiseli, It. Elig.’
I alleili llisehoff, W a lle r Jones, Her
»ehei M. H a rp er, Rurhanna II. lia r*
I I . Moon, N ettle Moon. Earl
I B aldw in and Mrs. E arl B a ld w in ."
SCHERMERHORN FOR SHERIFF
I OR COUNTY
I hereby announce my candidacy j
for County Judge on the Republican
ticket. 1 stand for retrenchment and ;
strict attention Io bn new ami |
pledge nivself Io serve Ihc best in
terest of all the people.
C. IL LAM KIN.
W . E. (S h o rty ) M O RRIS
C aixlidate for
Reimblican Nomination for
Subject to Primaries May 20. 1932
I hereby announce my candidacy
for District Attorney on the Repub
lican ticket. If elected I pledge that
I w ill devote inystlf to an energetie
conduct of the office with equal
service to alh
WM. M. BRIGGS.
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
For C on gress
llu rin g Iki» l i a r hr haa hern a aucreaaful build: ■ „ .o n trs e to r and
.A* to his honesty, integrity and husinesa ab ility reference
given to any hank or busineoa firm in Jackson County.
H r has n rv r r b rfo rr h rrn a candidate fo r office, hut ia th o r
oughly qualified and ru m p rlrn t to ro n du rt the o ffire of S h eriff.
NUMBER ON BALLO T ««
C h a r le s P. T a le n t
SH ER IFF
I have had right years experience aa enforcem ent offieor in
Jackson ( ounly and am thoroughly acquainted w ith every d ep art
ment of a Sheriff«, ofiee and therefore feel competent and con
fident that I ran make the Jarkaon County office one o f the moat
efficient In Oregon at a minimum expense.
I take this means of asking the
support of the people of this com
munity in my candidacy tor the
office of County Superintendent of
Schools My record of efficient and
im partial service in carrying on the
duties of my office is the platform
ou which I seek re-election. I pledge
if re-elected that I w ill w ork ou a
sis of economy, to gain equal
opportunity for all children of the
SUSANNE HOMES CARTER.
Republican Candidate for Superin
tendent of Schools.
Gordon I - Seherm rrhorn baa been a aulxUant si e i aen and tax
payer of Jackson County fo r m ore than II ¡rty y e ira .
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL
SU PER IN TE N D E N T
Tor C o m m is s io n e r
VOTE FOR L . M. S W E E T
Neighbor« Endorse Sweet
For County Commissioner
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
I lake this method of asking for
the sopport of the good people of
I hereby announce my candidacy this community in mv candidacy
for County Judge on the Democratic for the office of County Sheriff.
ticket at the Primary Election May My record as a citiaen and a man
29. 1933. I f nominated and elected of honor and integrity is well
I w ill w ork for Jackson county to known and 1 pledge that I w ill, if
elected to this office give to the
the best of mv ability.
people of this county the very best,
JOHN H. F IL L E R .
honest and efficient service poa-
1 sihle in that office.
FOR COUNTY SH ER IFF
P H IL IP B LOW D.
Candidate or Sheriff on Republi
“1 hereby announce my candi
dacy for the Democratic nomination can Ticket.
for S heriff of Jackson County P ri
Again we say— inform yourselves. '■
maries. May 29, 1932. I f nominated
AS TOt PLEASE
B IT 1
and elected I w ill during mv term VOTE
of office make an extra effort to VOTE.
A VOTB FOB A N T OTHER CAN give the people of Jackson County
D ID A T E IS A VOTB FOB H A W LS T the service they are entitled to.
and do my best to enforce all
Paid Adv. Mott for Congress Com. laws.
RALPH G. JENNINGS.
Wm. P. Ellis. Chairman
Paad Adfc , See. wr'Ar-Searor OaK
P ir li T« B ha L ä t u , PcratU Onpa
k l • L i____
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
H *ke ( itiirn a of the County see fit to nom inate and cleet me
to thia office, they ran depend upon several things, a few of » W f h
I w ill a n forth in thia Ad.
Each department w ill be headed w ith the heat Deputy o b ta in
able fo r the salary paid.
Each Deputy w ill he rhn«en from BON.AFIDB R ES ID E N TS OF
JACKSON C O U N T Y , no esreptions.
I w ill assume rrapona h ility for the arts or a il my Deputiew
w h ile they are w orking under me. NO BUCK PASSING .
H A RD B O IL E D tactics w ill he tolerated bv me In dealing w ith
Pnaoners or anyone else, as all enforr<m »nl w o rk w ill be eon-
darted W IT H IN and according to LAW .
W. C. H a w le y
Republican Candidate, horn and
raised on an Orvnon farm. Mem
ber of Joint Committee that
framed the Federal Land Rank
system. Has supported the Joint
n»ks re-election on recard
' Stock Land Bank legislation and
intermediate Credit .System, and I
Records of fees roUeeted and
other bills for the relief of ag
expenses of O e r k 't office
Supported the special federal lax
from time of eonsolidsticn of
on olcomargann- and legislation
Clerk's and Recorder'* office
protecting butter from unfair com
in 1919 shows economy real-
petition of oleomargarine. .Agri
i*ed in operating expenses.
eurtural sehedues in present ta r
iff net afford higher rates of pro
tection than any previous act.
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Rendered special service Io Ore
gon cherry growers, bulb grow
ers, not growers and varioos other
producers o f the State of Oregon.
Placed duty on baby chirks and
other duties protecting poultry
producers; increased dutv on milk
products, such as butler and
cheese; also dutv on flax and its
14.1 « 7 3
product». no field and garden
1 4 X 1 At
seeds, on meats, hops, lumber and
nrartically every product of the
farm er Sopp-.r, cd Lgislation for
dbposal o f surplus crops.
1 3 X 1 12
Has obtained move than 956 9(19.096
14 446 95
1 2 .4 0 « .
for Public Improvements in Dis
1 H E IS C L E A N . CA PABLE. E X P E R I
DBLIUA STEVENS MEI EB
ENCED. F A IT H H L. SUCCESSFUL
Bead bu Beeerd nf Sorcewfal Serv
ice la rater's Pamphlet.
(Paid adv. by Ronald if Glover l
\ record of the activities of every department w ill he kept and
he open for public inspection, nothing nnder cover, fo r I fe d that
if I candot condart ihe S h e r if f , offiee in ever., departm ent in
an open and above hoard m ann rr, then I don't w ant the job.
Every Citiaen of Jarkaon County w ill receive a square deal
from me. regardle*« of who they nre.
EFFICIENCY guaranteed through EXPERIENCE,
which naturally means ECONOMY
N O T E - T h e '« » •*» •■ 1 » ia thia Ad are not directed at any Sher-
S h e riffs office should be run.
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PAID PO LITIC A L ADV.
J. O. BAILEY
Supreme Court Judge
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