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(C n ttr a l JJn m t iH • rra lit waging
tain t0 of ha
e t0 pav for the
the war to a success
ful issue. And being “ hard up’’ I)r. J. J. EM MENS S p e c i a l i s t
not constitute an excuse. Eye. Ear, Nose, ami T hroat. Eyes
Hy T H K H tilt A LD RIJRLISH1NG CO
te s t'd and «lasses supplied. Oculist
H. FRANKLIN. KiUtor and Manager.
We are in tht war and ;ve MUST anil
A nrist for Southern Pacific Itail-
A n I n d k i 'KNI îk n t I o «* h I n**w«i»ai»er d é v o t« ! t* DO OUR PART, THOUGH IT road t mpany.
Offices in M. K. & 11.
o f ('«Mitral P o in t a n d th e Kogu«
Co. Hid«., Medford, phone 567.
K iv er V al!, v.
DO US MEAN A SACRIFICE.
a new shipment of
This is the week for the great T. (i. H E IN E , M. 1>. Physician and
K r.t«T«l a*- *««*«•«mil clan» m a tte r a t th*» p o a t o f-
!■»«••• a t (V n tra l l ’o in t. O n v u ii, May 1. lîtoO, ac c o rd - Red Cross campaign.
Let us all ear, nose and th io at. Glasses titled.
*o on A«*t -.1 Conjrri'HH M aroh R. 1879.
prove our patriotism by being Phone: 303, .Medford, Oregon.
This p«i»ei i k ep t on file a t th«* D akk A i »’ t : h -
TINJNC A «. K N « ‘ Y, Inc.. 427 S o n t h M ain St.n*«,l . Los among the first “volunteers” to DK. POKLNITZ
Physician and S ur
A n g ele s a n d 771* M achet S tr e e t, S an F ran cisc o ,
enlist in this branch of the ser geon. At C entral Point from 10 to
w h c re c o n tra c ta fo r a«iverti.*.ing c a n I h * m ade.
vice of Unci.; Sam and for Uni
Subscription Price $1.00 per Vea r versal Democracv that will spell
THE BURDEN BEARERS
U. S. Civil Service Exam.
The United States has entered The United States Givi' Ser
into the World War. '1 he burden vice Commissit n announces (hat Sunday School a t 10 a.rn. Mrs. Hat-
of war will be shared hy each an examination for stenographer Held. Supt. Morning worship at 11
and every one of us, whether we and typewriter, Field Service, o'clock. Paul S. Bandy, pastor.
will it or not. While many of us will be hel , in forty different
are bitterly opposed to war, be cities throughout the Eleventh
lieving that we have reached the Civil Service District, June 30, Sunday School at 10 a m. Preaching
E pw orth L eague a t 7:00
point in civilizati >n’s progress 1017. Both m-n and women will a p. t m.
P ray er m eeting will he discon
C O M IN G
wh *n war is neither right, neces he admitted to this examination. tinued for the busy sum m er season.
sary or justifiable, yet we can’t There is an urgent need of male Rev. M. C. Reed, Pastor.
escape its burden. C o mmo n
stenographers and typewriters
sense tells us that the better way for all branches of the service in
out of a bad situation, though the Eleventh District, but par
School at 10 a.m . Preaching
brought upon us by influences ticularly in the Quartermaster a t Sunday
11 a. rn.
bevond our control, is to make Corps of the United States army,
the ties! of ¡i bad situation and at an entrance salary of $1,000 Society of ( ’hriat Scientist. Sunday
see it out. It is not for us to per annum. Typewriters without s-rv ices a t 11 a. m. Sunday School at
say that we » ere opposed to our a knowledge of stenography a r e 9:45 a. n i.; all under 20 y e a n are
welcome. Church edifice, 212 N. O ak
country getting into this Euro
in demand and every eligible on dale Ave., cor o f VV. Pine.
pean trouble, ami do nothing. tile male typewriter egistt r wil-
We MUST do something. Our ling lo creep* an e> -ice salary
own security and the perpetuity of $1000 per a* m:
will he ap
of our own democracy compels pointed. Male typewriters will
J . E Boswell
us to act to do our part. And
ing to serve their country under
there is service that each and the conditions named should ap
For all demands in stock
every one of us man. woman
ply for this examinB'Dn. Appli
and child, can do must do to cation and full information will
“see it out.” The personel of he furnished bv the local secre
Men’ s Haircut • 23c
the army is only a part of the tary. Board of Civil Service Ex
Schoolboy s’ Haircut 20c
great machine upon which the aminers. Rost Ofli.e, at any of
success of democracy, both at the offices where the examina
Laundrv, C'othes Cleaning
home and abroad, depend,
and Pressing Agency.
tion will he held, or hy the Dis
Tht* tillers of the soil compose trict Secretary, Ihmm 303 Posi-
another big unit of I he great oftice Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
Control Point. Ore
war machine. And there are the
helpers, who may or may not
belong to the latter arm. that
form another ver\ essential part
of the wonderful machine that
must he built to insure, not only
victory for democracy, hut a
more speedy and less costly vic
tory. Many of us can not enlist
in the first iwo important units,
but scarcely am of us can justly
claim xemption from the last
named unit. And In holding off,
hy being “slackers” now. we
will only make for ourselves a
Also Jar Caps a*xl Rubbers; another advance will
harder position in the not distant
soon come. We are receiving; daily
future, and will as su**ely he
"drafted” into service in some
H O M E -G R O W N S T R A W B E R R I E S
manner or other as we are sure
‘io is tho price
that we are in the war: for
The berries are now at their best. The season
funds must be raised for carry
will be short, so let us have your orders for canning
of this paper.
ing on such work as the R.d
NOW. Don’t wait until they are all gone.
t ’ross is doing. If we do not
offer our “ bit” voluntarily, we i lurry and subscribe
will have to do it hy torce later
on by further increase in "war before it's too late!
taxes,” and by taxes on more of
the necessities of life, or by con
“ The Nome of Good Things**
scription of our incomes, or pos DR. T. O. II PI NK Physician and S u r
Office over M. A M. Stert» J2
sibly of our farms and other geon.
property as well. We are eer- K. Main S tre e t. Medford, Phone: ■
PUB1.1ÜHKI) ËVKRY Tllt'KSUAY
B A R B E R
B U Y F R U iT J A R S !
Cowley’ s Emporium