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MfiDFORTJ MATT) TRTOUm TF,Dyonp, ORV.ClQ-y, AVKOXKSDAY, IMAY jn!l01'K.
AN INlWMKnKNT NBWgPArUn
PUUMHHKP BVR11T Al-TEIINOON
HXCKfT SUNDAY T1V THE
MKUKQltu ntiNTiyq co.
The Democratic Times. Tha Medferd
Mull, Ths Mcd'ord Tribune', Tho South
ern OreKonlun, The Ashland Trlbun-v.
Office Mali Trlbiins UullilInF, 3S-17-U
North Klr etrwt tliphon it.
OTflclsl I'sner of tho City of M-dford.
Official l'sper of Jackson County.
Entered s second-class matter t
Mcdforri, Oroson, under the act of
March 3, m.
One year, by in. .
one nionwi, u- man -.
lr month, tWdllnred by carrier In
Medford, Jacksonville and Cn-
Saturday only, by mall, per yar- 5.00
Wwkly, per year . l.o
Full leased Wire Asvoclnletl lrc
Willi McOronl Stop-Over
. IT ,-T
A Imllcliii JAned i under iInlol.or
jpril 22, liy Tliomtte 'Ctuininjjhnui,
inspector of fruit pests, for the
Province of ltritih Columbia, with
Jrefcrcncc to the codlini; moth, kmU
"To imjxirtors, coti'Ojyices nml
h!ii))R'tS' of fruit, nrrjinj; eomimn
Ic.a nnil the public generally:
"Xotiee Jm hereby Riven Hint, in
poiisc(uoioe of hcvornl morions out
break! of couMinjr moth infection
during the yenn 1012 nml HUH. the
tiitirpsioii of wltirli him cot the
government of Hriti4li Columbia n
large eNeinlilnre in en-li. in addi
tion to tht danger of the introiluc
tiou of this very destructive e-t,
having been traced ilireetly to Amer
ican infected cars, it has been de
"That all cars nrriving in British
Columbia, containing either decidu
ous or citriN fruit, or other vegefn
tiitn, if found to lie infected with the
larvae jf tlie codling moth, 'eydia
jxiiiioiiella,'' either 5n the cocoon or
jutpal Mage, will be immediately
clo-cd, Pealed -and ordered out of
the 'liroince, whether the fruit con
Jaiued theivin may chow infection or
"ImKrters, ngeniw, consignee.-,
carrying companies and other inter
cited wrtie- are strongly urged to
iidvisc tdiipiicrs of fruit or other
vcgelatiou that this neeessnry regit
lation will be Mrictly enforced at nil
tho jiorln of entry in this province,
ko thut shippers south of the inter
national boundary may govern thtm-M-lves
"Inupeetor of Fruit rests."
NAME POLLING PLACES
FOR PRIMARIES FRIDAY
Tho voting places for the primaries
Prlday were selected by tho sheriffs
office yesterday afternoon. Tho dis
tribution of election material will
bei;ln Thursday. Dallots for outly
ing districts were sent Tuesday. Kol
lovslng are tho voting places fcr the
different products of the city.
Northwest, Medford COO West
Jackson street. (Home of J. Dcmmer)
Oakdale, 120 South Laurel street.
South Riverside, 322 South 12th
North JUversldc, COS North Itlvcr
Southciist Medford, 22 Cottage
Southwest Medrord, 829 West lltlt
Wot .Medford, 1009 Wott Main
KoHth 'Main, corner of l'lr and
North Central, City Hall.
South Central, 118 South Central
Northwest Medford, SlCJCast Main
Mrcct. (Htimphrey'a Itcal estato of
flcu). North Main, Smiths llitP.
NEW OPEfiA HPUSE
11, h. Vlulng, of Fairbanks, Alaska,
who Is just completing a beautiful
up-to-date ac,000 opera house In his
old jiomo town of Ashlund, was In
Miulford Tuesday In company with
It, A.MInkler of Ashland mid arrang
ing .for, Howell's orchentrn to play
for IJielropwiliiK night, Thursday,
Muy'W, wbe the New York C-rand
OpfN wwny hI1 prctent "Kanst."
Mr, VlHlHK owm me urpueuiu uio
Mtur'ln KW)iiJ, Alaska and Is In
tiiii, wb(0Milu rwy huslnesM in
that Ky Oh vJsltlHK hs old homo
UtW Wtf wriUHt ago he rwllmwl
iii j'ji Mrtorrftj' f m mw bstrv, pur
vU jt0 ' ("lit " 0dru
tit,. , MVWlWMHt jMOl'
ir i v wmiWmk ft ivMiy
U YMw will uumtm 1 1 UiW
SMITH'S NOMINATION 'CERTAIN
A S rii-fit i!m dnv dntwH nohr, tho outlook is moiv coi'ttiin
il that Dr. ( J. Smith will vot'oivc tho domooratio mini-
iimtion for govornor. Sim-o tlu hoiinmnit; ot the wni
pniiiu, it has boon Smith against tho field, and there is lit
tie nuostion hut that Smith will distance tho field.
The Portland Orogonian and other partisan papers
have centered all their fnv upon Simla, ami tno uregoninn
explains the reason as follews:
The Oregonlan lis a proper concern about lu j:oernorHhlp of Oregon,
whctVer tho candidate for that exalted ortlce shall he republican, democrat
or wl.nt-not: and It will say frankly that It regards Or. Smith a a formidable
aspirant for the place. In a field contested bv so vera) candidates. It ap
pears to the Oregoulan that tho strugglo lies between him and Mr. Dennett
and the Oregonlan makes no concealment of the fact that It thinks Dr.
Smith ouzht not to bo nominated not elected. As to the nomination gf Mr.
Dennett, or Mr. Manning, or Mr. Milter, It professes Indifference,
In other words, the Orogonian fears and dreads the
nomination of Smith because he is the one democratic can-
iliflnto thsir. stands a chance of election. It retiards Hen-
iii.t-K Arntiiiiiii? and Miller with indifference, because- it
knows that any one of them will meet defeat at the polls
The Oreironian seeks to recover its old position of-die
tator of the politics of Oregon and is leaving no stone un
turned that it eau hurl at Smith to help smash his candi-
.. . tit tv.
(a(.v .ls hp is the one man uuuiy to prevent tuo reaua
tioii of its dream of power.
Smith is oortain of nomination and Jackson county
de))iocraey should lead the procession, as ot old, with si
solid A'ote for hiiii.
' - IT IS TO LAUGH
'T HE Portland papers are flooded with small advert jse-
nionts like the tollewing:
Iemocrats. Friends of Woodrow Wilson nnd W. J. Itryan take no
chantes on the ltyan-Uelmont reactionary elemeut gatulug control of our
party. Vote for II. M. Kslrrly, n Wllwn man, for Natlonnl Coniuilttee
inan. (Oald Adv.)
AVho-is resnonsible for anon vinous ads like this, that
nstenil lv inirnndo tho reiiutation and characterV)!' candi
dates, and viblatt the spirit, if not the letter of the corrupt
The'advertisement is in the interest ofU. M. listerly,
candidate of Portland's postmaster for national commit
teeman and it is easy to guess who -pays for it, as Kstcrly
is not spending a cent.
Democratic voters are each receiving an Esterly card.
There are approximately 50,000 registered democrats. The
cost of this one piece of campaign work is approximately
$1000. The numerous ads .cost still more, 'more is no sai-
arv connected with the oil ice, yet someone is spending
considerable nionev to nut Esterly in and turn over the
party in Oregon to Postmaster Prank S. Myers of Port
land) recently registered as an independent.
Since when has there, been a lfyan-jseintom wing ol me
partv in Oregon'.' "Why convey the impression that the
onlv way to keep Woodrow "Wilson in control of the demo
cratic party is to vote for Esferly, who never lifted a finger
for the party?
It is all such cheap buncombe that it is to laugh espe
cially as those opposed to Esterly consist of the real rad
icals of tfie party.
REWARD EFFICIENT SERVICE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER JOE SMITH of Rogue
ftiver deserves re-election. Faithful and efficient ser
vice by public servants must be recognized and appreciated
if we are to have goojl government.
Mr. Smith has been in office for fifteen months and has
devoted a large part of his time to the work, with general
satisfaction to the people of his district the northennmrt
of the county. lie has done and is doing his work well, and
highways in his district have received better attention'atid
are in better shape than ever before.
Mr. Smith has favored progressive policies and conser
vative, management. He has helped keep county expeases
within receipts, helpc'd restore the county's crdit and'place
warrants at par, and provided a warrant redemption Wind
with practically the same tax levy as for the past several
years. The increased taxes this year are no fault of the
present county court, but due to higher state taxes, caused
by legislative extravagance and to increased city and
If Mr. Smith is defeated, Jt leaves all members of the
cbuntv court bunched within a couple of miles of each
othe and leaves the north end of the county without rep
resentation an undesirable condition. But 'Mr. Smith
will not be defeated, for the voters of Jackson colihty have
not vet turned reactionaries.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
T"WO forme newspaper pienraOjiamudutos lor the re
publican nomination for representatives from Jack
son county,!). AV. Stone of Willow Springs and F. I). Wag
ner of Ashland, It nominated, with v. 1. vawteroi Aiea
ford as joint representative, all sections of the county will
be represented at the legislature.
A newspaper man's training, constant contact and asso
ciation with the people, his intimate relations with the
community, his service lor the public, his Knowledge o
polities and law, of public, wants and local needs, pecul
iarlv fit him for leirislative work.
Mr. "Wagner was for over a score of years editor and
publisher of tho Ashland Tidings, recording every event
that happened in the valley aiul familiar with every iihase
of its growth and development. Mr. Stone jmbjjslied a
progressive daily in Trinidad. Colorado, many yews, leav
ing journalism to become a fruitgrower in the Hogue River
vallev Hovonil years ago,
Both of tho cmidiitutcH have been familiar figures at
h(hIc legislatures mid iiudei'KJaiid the jimehiuoi'y of law
pinking and the game of politics. They will iniiko n sirong
iiwini pulling for Jackson eoinily,
........ . s. m a . it III
TJJIniriJJI iiMiit'i'i'K'iifi', pojjiic-jij iHiwniHHig lor w,
A. ClII'lcT i'W tfOVf'NMl)'. Jiih C. MOHi-l' for Hovrriinr,
for reim'hlican iiational coiniuilloonmn.'h'as boon appearing
in tlm lnil 'IVilittnc witltoltt the notiet "paid advertise-)
mont" attached, as required b,hfVJ The nolict's ap)'eired
as advertising in the advertising Ooluihns, and I ho nluis
siou of the "paid advertisement ,l notice was uuiiitoutional.
W. H. MEREDITH
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT
tw- .ffLi - -t - v-nAsat' m.wwjffcirii ar - - - -t-t
DemobaUo' Ganllidate for Congress'
OUT FOR CONGRESS ' ,
Democrats Have Worthy Man in the Race in
. Person of Fred Hollister
to Kriilny fur
A. W. WAI.KI.lt
llo linn rvsldoil In Jncknon county
for nlno )onM, tlnrliiR which tliuo ho
ha coiuluctt'il n nucctful tiUHliu,i
nml l now tiroprlctor of tho Nnnh
l.lvory iitnhlo nml tho Wvtit Slilo
llo plOllRCS hllllBt'lf th.it If lv,o Is
olocti'il. tho Khorirt'H offlco will ho
coniluctod ocononilcnlb under hln
liomonnl illroctton nml control, niul In
such mnnncr as to fmilltato tho hnn
illliiK of tho Mnhltc liinlnosx to tho
best mlvantnga of th nhllc. rntlior
than IiIh own conwiilvnco. In nil
crltnlnnl uinttom ho will nt all tlniM
co-operate with tho rourtu anil tho
iulitlc-)iroocutor, nml will In nil ro
ipcct iH-rforni hU ilittion and onforco
tho lawn In tho manner illrortcd liy
tho proper nuthorltli, without fonr
llo hollovoH In oconomy In nilmluU
tratlou nml low or tia.itMii.
W II Mvroillth, iluiuocrntlc cnmll
ilato for coiir.rc.n from tho Klrt Din
trlct In ilUtrlit nttoruoy for Curry
rount) liy nppolittuiunt of Oovernor
Wont Mr, Morcillth Itaa tnailo a
nnliio for hlnixolf In that iltttrlct, nil
n law ouforrhi): offlror by hi vk
nroim tiroaocutloiiH of hoolloRRom,
nml haicil on tho rccoril ho mmlo ho i
wan rorontly iiinilo tho prohlhltlon
nonilnoo for coiiKroM In tho first ill.
trlrt. Tilts nomination will mlil nt
lonnt 10.000 vote to hl total oto In
tho itonornl oluctlon prnctli-nlly
omnigh totoM to ovorcomo tho iiorninl
In n recent letter Konntnr (loo. K
Chnnihorlnlii In rcforrltiK to a con
I venation holil with ormer Onvernor
I'tilk of MlHsnurl. nit ohl pcrnounl
frlcml or Mr. Moreilllh, hurt thin !
say: "I Hpoko to (Inventor FolU
nhont you anil hero l what ho raid'
'.Mr. Meredith I from I'onlnr llluff
Mo , nml I knew him there quite
, well. He U a splendid man. honest.
reliable nnd n rent progressive " Yoa
can see, therefore, that tho Reed
name ou left In Missouri follows
' you to OreRon."
!Mr. Meredith Is ninklttK nn nctlvn
rnmpnlKU nnd Is strongly hacked hy
j tho HHiplo In tho coniit counties, who
say ho Is Just the man to heat tho re
publican nominee. Mr. Meredith hi
a stntinrh supporter of President
' Wilson's iidmluUtriitlon, nnd has n
pcreonnl acquaintance with Spenker
Champ Clark and other democratic
! lenders In congress which will eunhlo
him to nccompllsh great nood for the
Klrt Conitrctulonnl District nnd all
j of Oregon.
This is tho first opportunity for
j years that democrats of the First
District have, hnd to eloct n do mo
Icrat. do to the polls May IS, nnd
vote for W. II. Meredith and you will
pick a winner.
ITC 4 1lfrCI?l Speaking of Mr. Moredltii, iron .
IjUkJ. J, lYIUkJ-uiv Mulltoy. former United States conn-
.tor troin uregou. sain yesieruny; i
fhavo known Mr. Meredith fur 17'
'vnnr U'll liml EKnlB I1CXL td OlCll
other at tho New York law school lit
(l'olk County ItemUer, April 2.) renie. llo ImH heen resident of
This Jler herewith presents Its North lleinl eleven )enrs.
renders n (ilcturo of Frederick Hot- Wo nro certain from Information
lister, of Coos Hay, candidate for the nt hiiud that mjvor heforo has it clean,
deuiorratle nomination for emigres r or more progressho man ever
for the tlrsl district. We do this for eonm hefo?e the deinorrntlo ptltnnrltH
two rensuiint First, that our renders nud w nro equnlly certain Hint never
may Jiulgn for thonmolvo whnt the before have we hnd tlm opportunity
m u who would occupy Conrrssunui to place a democrat In loimiess that
llivwley's sent lookH like, nnd, second- wo now lime. This mini I n coast
ly, that our renderH may thereby he man. nnd never hfor bus the const
advised Hint n renl live democrnt Is asked for recogultluit. The Interests
In tliu race. of the remit are Identical with the In
Mr. Ilitlllster Is n successful bust- teresta of the Interior, hut the ndvan
ttess malt of Coos Hay; is n luw)ir of tngo Is to be liiul In sending 11 limn to
repute, nud Is Identified with over j congress who Is advised ns to tho
progressio movement the people of needs und reutilrenionts of tho const,
Coos liny have hnd for years. I In In Instead of one who has to depend
nit honest cltUen. n man whose pur, upon Information furnished him by
pose nml ninhltlons I nllfo aro to do tils polltlcnl friends. If tho rivers and
things for the betterment of mankind harbors uf our state nro aided hy tho
nnd the state In which he lives. llo,fidenil mivernmettt. the benefit will
has uover before nsplreil to nny office be felt by tho cities of the Interior.
In county or stnte. At present he Is nj That grtfst undeveloped county of
member of the elty council of North j Coos Is solid for their home man nud
llend, to which high position ho wns1 there demnerntn nnd republicans nro
elected by tho highest majority of all 'working bund In baud to secure his
members now serving; Is n director of ' nomination. The people there uellevo
the First National llnnk of North j In him nud are exceedingly uuxioiM
llend and president r tho l.ano' to see him receive the nomination,
County Statu & Savings Hank of Flo-' (i'nld Adv.)
siiiiV r Mri4iiiiV
wJB l'iSBlKW ffBSIIIIlM
LLLB t JsiiiiiiiiiiiHsiiiM
Ho stands for economy nud effi
ciency, and dignified law enforce
ment. Ho voted ngaliut tho now tax law
In tho senato and and favors payment
of taxes ucinl-annimlly without pen
alty. Favor nhollshmont and consoli
dations of various commissions, nnd
fowor employes and stricter economy
in the severnl state departments.
our student days. He Is otto of tho
most capable Inwyers I know, nnd If
elected will be n credit to thu stnte."
(I'nld Adv )
John A. Perl
'Mi 8. IIAUTJjtiTT,
I'liouc M. 17 us 47J9
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STAR ,SIS THEATRE
1'liotoplu) Tui'.ity niul We1m-iily
part KiKiinny photoplay
ItOAIIDINC lldFSi: IIOMA.Vd'i:
WINKI.CV .V lllNSi:iiM..V
MuMc and sound effects
Daniel Frohmnn preseuta
"Till: I'ltlDF. OF JF.N.KX"
AilmlokJoii 1(1 (Vets
Mil 1 1 ml Motleo. Dully Clinugoi
.Miitluco anil I:cjiIhk
"Till: KTltONfJUIt HAND"
A tl m'l .Mnjeotlc
Whnt hofoll two huslncu men when
thoy tried to fight nu unscrupulous
'(i7iit ix 'rut: vi:ir
A powerful detective drnmii. Itnllnnce
THIS FATAIi TAXIOAH
Don't miss It.
A snuMHt i.ifi:
I'athe IVaturu In two l'arls, Fentiiro
lug Delia llaxoit, the Well
Known (leriiinn Actrris
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MAKINO K('i: I'ANS
l.l'CK IN ODD NH.MIIi:itS
, H. A A. Comedy .
lien' Tliiit-.ili.y Only
Two Iteel Coutody
ADVi:.Vn'llN OF KATIII.VN NO. T
MRS. H. L. LEACH
3JG North Bhrtlctt.
Phono f.OIJ M.
MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Itug nnd Cnvpot Cleaning
511 EAST MAIN STREET
tiiesi: cotKiNS hack i:aht
You don't hear (com thorn ns often
now, You each have now ft lends
nud Inlurests. Hut after nl, h)op4
Is thicker thnit wnter nnd yonr ptc
turn nud pictures of thu other mem
bers of your family would bo fondly
Welcomed liy them, Hitter mango
today, for u silting.
THE SWEM STUDIO
-"-"-! West Main Hlrt'et, Medford, Ore.
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