Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, October 08, 1936, Page 8, Image 8

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CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
notice of election
OPEN NEW G. PASS OFFICE
Dr. Myrtle Miller, formerly of
Portland, with Dr. Winnie Walton
of Grants Pass have opened a new
chiropractic office at 701 H street,
Mr. ami Mrs. Dennis McGuire en­
Grants Pass, in the former location
of Dr. Bywater. Both doctors are joyed a trip Io Crater Lake Sunday.
experienced chiropractic physicians
Roller Canaries for Sale. Mrs.
and will specialise in women’s and Daisy Paul. Gold Hill. Ore.
tf
childrens' ailments. Electric treat­
Mrs. Dora Eddings of Eugene,
ments, steam medicated baths and
massages will be offered. Diet visited here several days this week.
problems will also be taken care of
Mrs. Daisy Gilchrist who has been
it was stated.
visiting in Coquille returned to her
home here Thursday.
G. W. Hannon who has been in
Klamath Falls the past few weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clements were
visited home folks Sunday.
business visitors in Grants Pass
.Monday.
I Enjoy Life
HER SMILE gives you her se­
cret. She’s in Good HEALTH.
It’s the old story. To enjoy
one’s daily tasks . . . to per­
form them properly . . . calls
for the vim and vigor of a
sound body. A “run down”
condition never did make for
efficiency and happiness.
Hemstitching. Singer Shop. Phone
782, 22 S. Grape. Medford. . ui21
Mr and Mrs. Art Gorham and
daughter Donna were Grants Pass
visitors Sunday.
Saturday Only!
CHARLES STARRETT IN
“ M ysterious A v e n g e r”
Episode 4
“Roaring Want”
CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
of the spine . . . the source of
m o s t ailments . . . c a n do
much to build you up physic­
ally. Consult us and let us
give you the FACTS.
Sunday and Monday
“T h e M o o n ’s O u r H o m e ”
Margaret Sullivan— Henry Fonda
Tuesday and Wednesday
ROSS ALEXANDER IN
PHONE 148
“BOULDER DAM”
Drs. Walton
and Miller
701 E. H St.
Thursday and Friday
JOAN BENNETT IN
BIG BROWN EYES’
Grants Pass
The C inderella Shop
A good range of prices in TOP
COATS, straight line, swing backs
and belted models. Fleece a n d
rough weaves. Your “Hollywood
Wrappie’’ is hgre.
$12.95 to
$35.00
HATS
Dressy afternoon hats. Stetsons
for sport
$1.95 to $7.95
The C in d erella Shop
G rants Pass, Oregon
R e-roof
Miss Edna Rean of Kerby visited
the first of the week here with rel-
| atives.
Thursday, October S, 1936
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To the legal voters of the city of
Gold Hill, Jackson County, Oregon:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
(hut there will be an election held
al the usual place of voting al the
city hall and at the lime and day of
holding the general biennial elec­
tion, Nov. 3, 11136.
The purpose of holding this city
election is Io elect I mayor, 6
councilmen, I recorder and 1 treas­
urer. all to serve for a term of 2
years, or until his successor is
elected and qualified or removed
for cause.
Any person desiring to seek city
office should obtain a petition from
the recorder,’said petition to be cir­
culated and signed by at least 10 per
cent of the voters of the city. The
petition must be f led with the re­
corder at least seven (7) days be­
fore election day. so ballot can be
prepared.
By order of the Mayor and city
council at a meeting held October
5. 1936.
W. H. FERGUSON. Recorder
For the city of Gold Hill, Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. Dolphis Feyer of son County, Oregon.
Redmond were guests of Mr. and
CLASSIFIED ADS
Mrs. J. W. Livingston Thursday.
J. C. Walker is on the sick list SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK
Cream Separators, Rochester Re-
this week and Rill Allen is driving
versable plough, roofing paper, cor­
the school bus for him.
rugated iron roofing, barbed wire
Mrs. Delos Walker and son Rich­ and chicken fencing, nails, all kinds
ard Delos returned Io their home of new and used circulators, heat­
here Sunday from the Sacred Heart ers, stoves and ranges. Drop in and
hospital.
see our large stock of furniture, In­
Mr. and Mrs. John Cook visited cluding Simons beds and springs.
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don GRANTS PASS BARGAIN HOUSE
Grants Pass, Ore.
Houghman and other relatives in 626 S. Sixth
Evans Valley.
For Sale or Trade: SO a c re s o f
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Moore and Mr. timber in Butte Fulls for Leghorn
and Mrs. Eugene MoCre oi ¿vans pullets and young cow tbut will
Valley visited Tuesday at the honi-> freshen soon. W. G. Payn, Black-
well Hill.
adv.
of Mr. and Mrs. John Cook.
SAFETY SLOGANS
Remember after the accident the
statement, “My brakes wouldn't
work" is no legitimate excuse. Your
car Is no safer than Its brakes.
Know your automobile. Know in
just what distance you cun slop II
at any speed. If youu cun only sec
fifty feet ahead, do not drive al a
speed at which you cannot stop in
fifty feel. To do so is to take
chances.
Car drivers have no right to drive
over a hill on the wrong side of the
road. By so doing they endanger
the lives of car drivers who may be
approaching from the opposite di­
rection.
FICK’S HARDWARE
121 Went Main —
Medford
HARDWARE AND PAINTS
SPEED QUEEN WASHERS
Maytag and Ollier Wasliur Purls
Croaley Radios ami Rcfrlgcraturs
WATCH REI’AHtING
L arry S ch ad e
S. P, Watch Inspector
Since lilt«
2t S. Central—Neal to f.ratariaa
Medford, Oregon
New Towels
Purses of all Kinds
Men’s Overalls
drake ;
General Line Groceries and Dry Good*
’*************»******** v w v v v ttn v v tw
Have a New Ray or KJor Machineless
PERM ANENT
AT
Bowman’s Bpaufy & Barber Shop
$5.00 and $7.50
Other Permanents *1.50 to 210
These Waves insure com fort anil sntbf.'iclion
Make an appointment for a free demon,, ra: ion facial.
We blend powder to auit your individual alin .
This ad good for *33.00 on any
Win. Flippen who has been visit­
ing for the past two months in used car selling for $100.00 or more
eastern Oregon, returned to his for this week. All cars at advertised
list prices. Get one of these Blue
home here Saturday.
Seal used car bargains.
( orktail fa cia l, *1.25
.Shampoo, Fingerwave, »1.25
The Boere family who have been
PIERCE ALI EN MOTOR CO.
18
8.
Central
living in the Tresham house on th“
rhonr 57 j
Dodge and Plymouth
south side of town are moving this
Medford
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week to the old Kellogg house on
the hill.
FOR SALE: Residence property
desirably located in Gold Hill.
.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Centers and Small down payment. Easy terms
family and Miss Rae Clement visited on balance at low rate of interest.
Saturday evening with Mr. Centers’ Jackson County Building A Loan
sister Mrs. Opal Green in Central Association, 126 E. Main St., Med­
Point.
ford. Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chisholm and
I family of the Meadows visited AMETHYST REBEKAH LODGE 97
.Meets every Wednesday night nt the
| friends and relatives in this city I. O. O. F. Hall, Gold Hill. Oregon.
Monday. Jim's health is much im-
Delia Kell, noble grand.
| proved.
Alta Clement, vice grand.
Rena Davis, secretary.
Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Roy Cenlers and
Belle Smith, treasurer.
children, Vonnie Tepovac, Josephine
Other Coat. .............................. $22.95 and $26.50
Robinson and Rae Clement hiked
GOLD HILL CHAPTER W. R. C.
to the mouth of Galls Creek Satur­
.Meets twice a month on the 2nd
Hundreds of Dresses just received $3.95 to $12.95
day where (hey enjoyed a picnic.
and 4th Wednesdays at their Club
u®
*’
..................................... $1.95 to $5.00
Among those from here to attend rooms in the City Hall.
MaU
.............................................
$1.29 to $10.00
Daisy Paul, president
the Medford-Eureka football game
Madge
Dorman,
secretary.
at the new turf field in Medford last
Rose Gay, treasurer.
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. R. E,
Ulankenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTICE
Merriman, Jack .Martin, Lonny Rob­
Christian Science services are
inson, Wallace Iverson, Bill Heed held each Sunday morning at elev­
The Stores That Save You Money
and Bill Dungey.
en o'clock in the building across
GRANTS
PASS and MEDFORD
from
the
f>dd
Fellows
hall.
Mrs. John Cameron who has been
Everyone
is
welcome.
a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
WE ARE SAYING IT WITH
PRICES ALL THIS WEEK
$12.95 COATS S& $8.95
$27.50 COATS - - 19.95
the BAND BOX
Walter Dungey returned to her GOLD HILL TOWNSEND CLUB
home in Cottage Grove Friday. Mrs.
Meets every second and fourth
Lynn Purdin who has also been vis­ Thursdays of the month. Every
iting her parents Mr. and Mrs. fourth Thursday a social meeting,
Dungey returned Sunday to her with a speaker.
home in Kelso, Washington. The
Camerons and Purdins were called
here by the illness of Mr. and Mrs.
Dungey, both of whom are recov­
ering nicely.
For PERM ANENCE
California Redwood
AUTHORIZED
DISTRIBUTOR
and
Y o u r Baby
Western Red Cedar
S H IN G L E S
M ay W in $ 5 0
in C a s h . Y o u
C a n ’t L o s e .
SETH
COY
Y O U B U Y A $5.00
“ P ers o n a lity P o r tr a it”
A T H A L F P R IC E
TIMBER PRODUCTS CO.
P hone 7
E nd N o rth C e n tra l A ve.
M e d fo rd
Coy’s Service
Station
S eth Coy, M a n a g e r
A nd receive o th e r dis­
count* as w ell. E n te r your
baby in this unique B aby
S how today.
Shangle Studio
Medford Bldg.
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Phone 1309
maj lng depo,iB by maiI we l,ave «dopted •
new and improved system— the Deposit-by-Mail Envelope.
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receipt and record o f your deposit.
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caMa/Z ir h°“ Wl,,. find ° “r new •y,tera convenient, practi-
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fullylhit improved Bank by Mail p/,,,*
Geo. T. Frey, Manager — Dwight L. Houghton. Asst. Mgr.
M ed ford R raneli
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U nited S ta tes N ation al R ank
H ead Office, Portland, Orciron