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HKDFOJK1) MAIL TIUHUNE
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J KVKriT AITKTIMtlON
rr.rr (tr!nr ht tii
. OfHa Mll Tribona. Mil Ml a ja-JJ-l
North Pie atrrat; telrphone.fl.
Tile DoffWrrnjln Timaa. I'M Mfdtartl
Mart, TJM Mmlford Trbuna, tlw Saotii
rn Ot!mmn Tha Aahlaad Trbunc.
On venr. br Mat .
Qn rmiiUi, by isnil
rta, aettrarae: bf aarrlar In
KJ. Choenlx, Jsaksenrllta
nol Central I'olnt
fltHiOy only, by mall, per year.
werKij-, par ypnr.
-fhfkil Fame, of thn City of Medford.
Offlotsl i'fSr ef Jarkaen County
lmniarau hh iwftnii-fliiiflii mi lir
an DccotKl-alMKii ma liar HI
Medf&rif, Oregon, undar tbe set sf Marsh
3, 1379. .
Sworn Clroulnttan for 1)14, 3IS3.
Pull teased wlra Associated Press tils
ttaiiea. Subscribers falling to n
oelvo pa pom promptly, phono
Chculntlon Maunder at 290-H
HONG KMG EOLUM-
Mlsfj WntorH married Mr. Pond In
A Mlnnopno'ln ninn linn been con
victed or killing lain wlfo by throw
ing her ovfr n high bluff. Witnesses
raid lio also Intondud to throw n lot
of bin friends nnd rqlntlvea over thu
'1duff. Hut thin, It Kcomn, wnn only
For tnslnnco, speaking of bluffing,
thnfo'H tin! Hwnot, young blonde, who
nontn way got Into the famous nrllat'n
utudlo looking for n Job fin n model.
"Hut t only paint f lowers .nnd fruit!"
exclaimed tho nrtlnt. "'911," bluff
ed tho blondo, "paint mo I'm n
V a a .
(Prom tho London. KnKlnnd, ltvonliiK
A Mttlehnmpton nllolmcnt Knrdou-
cr has 'iIiir up n parnnlp forty-Huvun
I nchea long nhout four foot.
One in mi out of every bundled In
Tcw York City wnit convicted of
(omn orliuo durlim in 1ft .
nlr: IKiIiik it vohool tvuohor I nb
Kqittly flunored tho ctmtmiUt of my
Minr nivlopo once wlillo tht whole
oIuh lookttd on. "It thorn yer wmkimiT"
uAaMl Julinuy Joiiim. "Yon," I rtt
pDati. "Wall, when (loea you work
fer 'omT" Ho Makwl. Judith.
Sock II to'lti-S
QI r. Lylt lloM adrertlmw In the Do
buitut (In) Taliwrnph tlint ho will
tioL Ihi roiMinalble for Any daitU com
trttltud by- yon know who!
In IbttliiK renaniiH why wnr nbould
bo ubolMiwI, anlil Dr. DhvIiI Ulurr
.lonlnn In h recniit nddnww. "I m
wild tht wlvUHrtMl by the inmll buy,
" 'Ur rtk hlttory and theie'a
mare of It now Minn I enn ovwr iMrn."
Wr! ly Ml h aUrttNl wvlHpa
H9Wtnnt for his now baity mul hu cmIU
II HI nwh hiklr fund. "-Art.
a a a
I, Ilium y N'ule
rii)ro'a been a bin output of po
etry Intely." wn tho twllter of tho
IlugK "m I Juit thrww thu fifth pot
dOWHCllrS tltlM HtOTNlHR."
If You (Tiiii'I Depend on Your I'l lends
lo Tell You, Whmhhiyn fleiuin
(I'roiH tho HloowlngtoH. III.. Itucord.)
XCUiiH jHlllNg nut for (llm lluvon
with tho fraJicht bkoii Tlmrwluy
lnr-TMlMK Korui Wwtrlaa hhh uotlflH
by frlond oi tho street thwl liU no-
wnn froieu. He up the trip,
Hflor eplHlnlnn thut l hwd Marled
to Ireow Ihieo Union tbwt Hiorultm.
Wr: A tuy told me wtria to
"UUlt tMkllH' for thu nHloa." Oould
ho hi moan! tu unit titt teuton fur
thu HlJIttt? T A. J.
"timln Mwucw Olbrnltttr" Nowh
ltoVt. Aro you I Mured In U10P. ?
a a Q
ttr; UurliiK tu rout IOp to Hot-ton-1
wet Mr. Thrill) JWh and
lllltlU the whole evopln kff .llllln't
liUC ft hIhrU ilHrn drink.
IJ.SIC OK Illtt'CS U.MIMSIU(J
II hah bon atated that Ike e)uie
fq.r 4lniKi at tb itwumcbiO tt aeu
ora Iluapltal h boeu r4iuotl r.o
per tttfHt lu teM tMr.-iHl tfce dv
UUIlld for aiivk uwi-awcret. OlU'de
rlilttdtai VIol Url oh III
InqroAfcQ. Our local itruuntu, the
fedfortl I'krtUQ-. a to far a u
(junitintee Vlnul for weak nin-ffywri
OtittdltloNa. ihronii oucha. eolila and
bronehltU, eciiu- tn- ki u 'l5tl
n combination ' "" fine moat M-
uoua toutea. "- to blood . lb
liealluji igaalbli i ' ux rranh
cud HTeraVMI "' nourlahlDK proix-i
Ilea oMf wiUii. , .ll n - l-iinouh
ttnt iv 1 me AU
If J(. ANNY.NM nl IH
a. . '.
ItX lot" iH Hflii-iiluiij. ami
CutnlilinrMiit tin- illn flp
mutcrifillv frruu oli-rtion fty
ki ihcii rcffived n ninjtrritv
there in hut the liKlitt doubt but tlint tho intent of n
majority of the people wns dearly and unmistakably ftx
prewied', though techuiealltieai may have been violntcd. but
the honest intont of the votei i all that techniejilitieH are
xuppoMcd to aafeguard.
The state eleetion.lnw, uu,gHe by the last legislature,
upon wlrieh the complaint fe Imncd, wan not in effect for
tllp'eity eleetlon, a state rpgintrntum had not begun. Sec
tion 1-1 of the law provides that it applies to municipalities
"except as may be otherwise provided by charter or or
dinances," so that city requirements, instead of state, gov
As far as naturali'atiou is concerned, section .'5 of the
state law distinctly states: "Provided, however, that all
norsoiis, heretofore retristered in said eounlv'as fully nat
uralized citizens, shall not be
izenship papers when registering under tins act.
It is alt much ado about
0l DMIKAL" U. E. PKAKY, as Arctic explorer and
xt discoverer of the North Polo, stands branded as
a greater fakir tlian Dr. Cook was labelled. That his til
leged discovmes," extending over a period of thirty years,
are fakes is admitted add confirmed by Hhe withdrawal
and oain'cllutiou by the (JniU'd States government of
charts at id maps depicting "North America Polar regions,
showing recent discoveries by Civil Engineer U. E. Peary,
United. Sates navy."
Peary's claim lo fanw was based upon his alleged dis
covery Of "Peary Straitrr," "East Greenland sea." the
"insularity of Greenland," of ".Josup Land," of "Crocker
Jjnud" and of the north pole. In truth, it seems lo have
been based upon gigantic gall, mond.ae.ious niendaeity,
brazen blataney and pernicious publicity.
Tho branding of Peary as a faker of magnitude was
very artistically, scientifically and efficiently accom
plished by Congressman U. T.'Uolgesen of North Dakota,
n full report of it being contained in the Congressional
Itecord of .anuqry UJ, 1910. t was made possible by sub
sequent explorations made by expeditions sent by the
Danish government, Norwegian government and Ameri
can societies, including such renowned explorers as Myl-ius-Erieksen,
Koch, Mikkolson, Iiasnmsscn, McMillan and
Nansen, as well as previous explorations by General A.
W. Greely, LT. S. A., of the Lady Franklin Hay expedition,
all of whom proved the falsity of Peary's claims.
Peary posed for years as'the discoverer of "Peary
channel," connecting the Areth can with "East Green
land sea," another of his discoveries, rated as most im
portant as proving his great discovery, the insularity of
Greenland. This discovery was made in 1SJH-2 and is de
scribed in Peary's book, "Northward Over the Groat
lee." To quote Peary: "This channel marked the north
ern boundary of Greenland."
Myliiis-Erieksen and two companions lost their lives
through believing in Peary's statements, which their rec
ords, afterwards recovered, proved false in every partic
ular. Hasiuusseu confirmed their discovery that Peary
channel does not exist, that East Greenland sea is solid
land and that Greenland is not insular a fact that Greely
had ten years previously ascertained.
".Josup laud" was named in honor of Morris K. .Josup,
president and financier of the Peary Arctic club. This is
a largo island southwest of Grunt Laud. This land was
really discovered by Sverdrup in HXK), mapped and ex
plored , and named "Axel Ileiberg land." Pearv in his
book, "Nearest the Pole," in 1!K)7, says that lYoni a 'J000
foot summit on Grant land he saw "west the unbroken
surface of Nansen s strait, and beyond it the northern part
of that western laud 1 saw from 'the heights of the Elles
more Laud ice cap in .Julv, ltSJ)S, and named Josup
Mr. lieigemen calls attention to the fact that in Peary's
report to the Peary Arctic club, published in "Nearest the
Pole," Peary Mates that in .July, 18JW, ho was journeying
to CaK York, thus "solving the hitherto unsolvablo prol
lein of how to oceuny two widely serrated joints at one
and the same time. Nor could Mr. Peary have possibly
seen this ".Josup lnil" where he located it, -since land
doe not exist there, but much further south and a groat
deal fuvther west.
till.. I.. I It I I i a a
v roc it or nairn aoorucd
ion. 'Mils was an undefined
Hfi degrees north longitude,
Have hoou discovered lv Pearv in !!, "its snow-cladf
Miuiiinits seen from a dint. -mop, den-ribed in "Nearest tiu
Accepting this discovory
Uiiul oxpoitition w;is scut out in liH'l by the American
Miweum of Natural IJistory and Wie American GetftfrapU
ical KDoiet.v under the lifiuleiahip of ftoifatil . Me.Millan, ji
mender of the laxt.Puary o.pydition, to o,xplorPaud clUM
"Citieker t.aud." McMillan thus dcscribiQj the resnJt:
We i(9 1 unl) leached Ororker laud y (Jhe iip. but wore 30 wlltw in
Mad. You cau ima!Sr bs uai neatly Qc wannml eyrx foot at the boriiou
-not a thlua In lfld Ve are crovtucd tl Hero iu purault ota
tll-o -lhe.Oip. Our tfieama of the laat ur fara Here iuurel drMina.
During his dash to the jxile, Peary submiftetl s proof
or his fi tiding the m1c, a profile of soundings that l lvyd
taken, made in an approximately straight line to a latitude
as rW north as -i) degies M miuutes. Accoirjiug to aft
.Vm-tie Px)hQftQthrep seP of olwrvationSjiro icessary
to tltci'inne a traveler's MtKhm itpthe Aivtit tdksen
tioii for latitude, for longitude ami forQiuiguctic varia
tion foot he UfofNo tlano's a pakewwlk i(j)i the jMlar reg
itftwfVhei'e ihe ire is eontiuuallx iu iutitiCi n
Mr. Peatx testified befov
ti-e mi nanl affairs that at
turn on wilii ti tlu
uiiiiili i nl in- i' ii i
M.EDKCWP MAfli TtttBlfirE, MKQFQBT), ORBCtpy. WBliyiwnAY. FBimrABY IfllQ...
at . t ja
HKMf Hr "HHIiriuy
iiidiftitifi 11 iiiKir Ifwcr.
- flou dn.v. lOHJ. dil mt differ
UH-l, exi-fpt that AI r. Mpdrji-
of rate. In both inatniiCCTl
required to exhibit Mich cit
maps lora cousitieranic perl
Imly o laud m latitude about
102 degrees wer, claimed to
as authentic, rite "Crocker!
the tugivssiunal imiut
no tinie on
itlidtltgs weir loadr
lli.i Jv'- I'Uillti lil ti lii.iUe JiliV il- I
tat ion foT ctther lu;itndp or emntww varinMon, ami that
throughout bk HU-inih danh to the potp orer the wk
vm ArUr oppun he made only three olnwrvatimw for Intl
tilde. Thftp oliHenatimm were, of counw, valnelePK with
tatt rorrelntlrp calciilntifMin for longitude and pompfUM var
Iation. It was aparent, therefore, that after leaving sight
of land, Mr. Peary could not have known hi powition,
ince ho claimed to' have traveled by eoinjmaa, yet did not
know in which direction the needle pointed, nor what mer
idian he was traveling upon.
Dr. NaiMPii, in hi dash for the pole, found it necessary
to take five observations daily for latitude, longitude and
compass variation, while in thirty-seven days Peary made
three observation for latitude only which shows the dif
ference between a scientific explorer and a charletan. The
sounding that Peary made, if he made them, are value
less, because their positions cannot be located, and they
are not susceptible of checking or of proof. Nor do the
soundings as charted by Peary, correspond to the locations
of the soundings as given m his book, winch places tliein
"at the next camp" frotff where the observations were
As Mr. Uelgcsen says:
SIrfcc those flctltloug soundings roporlod by I'onry, which do not corres
pond In any way with other storiea rolatod by him, are tho only offlclnl evl
donco proonteduy l'eary that he reached tho North Cole, 1 make tho un
qualified nitsortlon that Ilobort K. I'enry novor did reach tho North I'ole
nor nhy placo approximately near to that KcoRraphle point. Mr. Poarythua
far has furitlHtual no reasonable evidence that he has reached the North
Pole, and as ho testified beforo tho Jftivy Com initio that ho hud produced
nil tho ovldoncc he possessed It Is quite evident that ho never enn ostnbllsh
his claim lo Its discover).
Peary channel is dry land. Peary's East Greenland
sea is Anwlrup and Erickson land. Jcsup land is proved
iron-oist.'rnt. Crocker land is si broad expanse of the Arc
tic sea. Greenland is nof insular. 'Hie North Pm was
not reached. All of Peary's discoveries have been proven
fakes and removed froni'governnicnt maps.
Bui Peary, not satisfied with faking, tried to rob other
discoverers of their fame. The names lust owed by the
Greely expedition iqwu geographic features of the Arctic
regions have been superseded by others to glorify Peary.
Across the region naned by the Greely exjx'dition is
"spread" blatantly" in glaring large letters, the name of
"Peary Laud," while the name bestowed by the discover
ers, Schley Land, in honor of Captain, afterwards Admiral,
AYinfield Scott Sell ley, whose energy and courage rescued
the Greely expedition, was erased entirely.
In ascertaining the reason for this omission, Mr. Ilel
gesen was informed by Captain Thomas Washington,
hydrographer for the niivy department, that the precedent
for the action was that the geographic board of Canada
had "officially removed the name of Schley land," Jind as
the Canadian' board was generally accepted as authority
for geographic place names in Canadian territory, the
United States hydrographic office had taken like action.
Put the Canadian minister for the interior states that no
such action has been taken.
Dr. Cook may also have been the fraud he was painted
in the malignant and vituperative campaign of defamation
engineered against him by Peary but he has nothing on
the latter, and the chances arc that he came as near the
polo as Peary.
The shame of it all is that the United States ranks high
in artistic Arctic fakory, if
K. ('. Saber, one of the jMirtnei of
the 1 1 nil of Faber & leDouuld, lor
iuerlv of Central Point, hut now of
.Merrill, Or., vn. gicetm? his ninny
I'rienilx here the tatter jmit of the
vi i ek.
.Mi Urnee Pnrkoyiiile ol Moiltor.l
p'nt the week end vuth her jrrnnd
u'other. Mi. Muritt Piirkt-yjiilo.
The Central point high whool 'm
kt t Hull team met the fctu of tlm
Talent high m-IiooI on their limne
ll(Mtr hero Friday night and played
a very intereating and entliiuinhtie
gauie. Central Point ewe out vie
toriotih by a nmbII Mate.
The Sunday fehool institute held
heie Saturday wot a well attended
nnd on (he whole a very enjoyable
uffuir. Atuonx the out-of-town
ltutU proMSit ctr: Irr, IUillie,
Phwm; Dr. Hill. Itrv. It.dlins Mr.
and Mr- A. J. Hnnby, Mr. and Mt-.
(arprter, Mnlfont, and llev. ).ind
f. Hill of .Nfedford delivrtrd a
nIioiu and lorerfut addrr at the
M K- rhnreh Numlaj reniuy.
Hex. John C. Stiile united tmo!
oiuiv a'.il. ft I'luxun iu iiiatii-!
Mi-s Marjaret Vote, of Konc ,
Criv ns jirtudi the out-"I'-luMi
vii".l' in twiti.ll point ivecntlv.
ri... .- .1 ,:... .. .. k-....
. , , . . , ".
im.ii.4M..i. v. n.u urn- wiiiij
moniuiK- Mm. (luasfSvo Wat. an old
mol ro-iiettd undent of the Koync
Ifivtc 3lle). and etiHeil (Viili.il
l2)iiit, for iiiiiiiv )eai. M.t
fnenils fiv i in--iiit lo wdnew n,
lat -.ad ntch of the bere:icd.
mV. T. Stid(Tni and uudmi v. .
A -.bland viaitors Subtly.
(DiiQ,eiYillmo ol SanM( $y t-
made a buhim- ttiv to i mQ;.'' Pi
the lint of the week.
A. S. Vqwu Htl diuilv
doQ(TXs)m Tolo S.irdatu il.
trading in Central Pwini.
Mr Luuauiii. .tttai "'! Her
MuQVxMte Khututeih here tin
Vi nd "- VQ: W.-I.brr u!
Mi nil., w. r. ,,i (g. ill, ,,'H ,P u.wii
ASK FOR and GET
a Halted wilkw
Casp aUstitUtci out YOU mom pttca.
not hi Arctic exploration.
hitaiiiepri viitor in Central Point the
lirat of lant week.
Mr. Cameron of Table Itm-k tii'.n--neted
buine- here Satunluy.
Profonnor N'ibert of Ahloud in
tended the Sitmlay oehoid in-tilute
here t Saturday.
, Hev. VullHiidiuithain of Ahland
prenehed two e.eelleut ennon to a
large and appieeintive audience at
the Chrii-t'HH ehureh here .Sunday.
Clmrie It. Hay nnd wife of Med
ford visited Mr. UuyV jmrent hero
Thiwiiin St rather of Mmtuville
IniuiMieled bukineaa in Central Pom I
J on day.
Mr. .laeb tiM'khnm and youny
o a, ho have been the gYteti of
Mr-. II. Young for thv pacd few day.
left Monday eveiiinu for Moutuna.
Mn. Siillunun Connor, the wife of
our genial S. P. auent, i etitertain
in her mother, who u a reaident of
Oern;e Kohlhajrii. a proniiiiriit
eattlenmn of Kw.'lir, .ho ha M-eu
tattrntu hn entile in the Aptlerate
resiitn, hi)ijd a i-arlo.id of veri1
fine Htti.-i to Ho-(bun; Mondav ve
n'wg. C. II. Matthien of the K.ij1- Pomt
mi'iiiiiv t.iupM-i ,n iinijir.inf ear lo
Kuvtne lite hr- t tin- niek.
la. V. lb a II htpM-tl a earl.iafl nl
h.i to (iranjM P,is SIomViv.
Tlu- o,l N'u-;blior ami Miabnt
Wo.inicn butt. held n joint inMnU
latioii f''ndy cxeiiina. A vei etab-
vfUte luaeheirtl wiw Micd
ieHrt millA ,,,, ,!,,,. ,o,. ,.i
Iiiiiil .i fine timft o
Haml iiid Hum ijiseiili-i(r (,t tl.(
CMiej'lR ranrh tumid j h w iiumiIi -in
to t Miid.t
IT Flf TE CIAVAT)
JOHN A. FERK
2S 8. ItUU'M.Vr
Phones M, -17 anil t7Ja
SalaH ' J. H
aBa yjsVj JH
THIRTY PERISH IN
lit NTINOTON. N Va . IV' - "
The Hum Urown. a IMtlainira. Pa .
towbont. MBk wllhln a few minute
after her boilers exploded In th
OhNi rlrer opposite this rltr at 1 1 "
a'cloek today. It It bellered that fe
of the rrtw were aaed.
A few siirTfTors from the Sam
HrtwH, biU not nwre thaa six In all.
reached the Ohio hWe of the river
fwltowlHg the eaploelBn. The debris
fram the beat landed on both banks of
the rler. The boat waa blown lo
pieces and sank Immediate!) A
great majority of the memoers oi wo-
crew, approxlinateh thirty,, are
listed to have perished.
LONDON Feb -' -The devcrul,
a newspaper of Hm barest, declares
tlmj Greece and Rumania have sign
ed a dual neutrality eonvantlon, ac
cording to a dlspatih received here
by wireless telegraph from Howe.
OP BEAUTIFUL HJUR,
SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY
:.".( Vat Hotlb Oesti'oys Ihinilriiff nail
IhlliMes lleiiuly or Yiiii-
Within (en inlnnti's after an appli
cation of Danderlue you can not find
a single trnto of dandruff or falllnK
hair and your scalp will not itch, but
what will please you most will bo
(after a fow week's use, when you seo
new hair, flno and downy at first
oa but really now hair urowlnit
all over tho scalp.
. A little Danderlne Immediately
doubles tho beauty of jour hair. No
difference how dull, faded, brittle and
scragx.v. Just moisten a cloth with
Danderlne and carefully draw It
throtiKb your hair, taking one Miuall
etrand at a time. The effect Is amax.
ilia )our hair will be Unlit, fluffy
and wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance; an Incomparable lustre,
softness ami luxuriance.
fiet a 35-aent bottle of Knowlton't
Danderlne from any iItuk store or
toilet counter, and prove that your
hair Is as pretty and soft as any
that It has beon neglected or Injured
by careloss treatment that's all
you surely ran hare beautiful hair
laid lots of It If you will just try a
little Danderlne - Adv.
How to Fight Tuberculosis
In h mirr mul lr jrnr lirfiirr
tlir llnnr (.iiiintj Mrrflrnl ut-lrt
il nil imWINIiiJ In inrt In IHr l.miU.
I1Ip Mrrtl-nl I'manm," llr. J. W,
I'nrhnrt, nl s iilinla, Tra, a
t.lili-lnn Kim lm rfr.iilril hiiii-Ii
llHir In thr kImiI) nf llirrilil-l,
nl4l "HlKrc llwr nll iillllulr
hrrr-fimrli f nil llir wlnrrnl hhW.
Klnnt-r-. if llir Iiiimsh ImhI), Itirj
mm I lip aiieiitlriJ In llir fJ ar
Miilrmralril In xilnrrnl rrir-tlim-.,
iir nnlarnl larnllun i-nu
11 II It laarri'MliMil Miii-krrkvJ. 'I kr
nNrlrrilJ Mini mirliri-kra' ir.n at
lWrrrlJ nn4 krr iirr.ratnkla
Slcnkra la liar lamely In Ihr 4r
ralrinot llluw Im-klml .,4lll.
MatlllaJra Ikraashaat IW- i-ltU
Thv f V 'in nimilifi niithorilatlve
niailliiit oiiii lumen Ju.lirtiHtlnn
for thr uae of I ntut In the trraimrnt
'if t II 1.1' I. lllIH
Hln.-.i tlil In una of Ilia Intretll
ants nf KcWman Allerstlvr, muh
of lh surcra attrmllnt lh wlH-
pral u-e of lhl rrniadv iloubtlrm
l du In the rnmblnllun f thl
salt In (tu h a ay a lo rrndar It
ill inu!.blf. It ruuaaa no
rlnnviih ditiirbanr. mi.l miner it
rnntaina nallhrr oplm. narrotira
or hMt-fnrmlnif druu. It I fa
K KHian' Allrrtlva hia rrfr. I1
rrmsrkalil rrutra In mnrrrnui
Srtf of fitilmnnarv liitiairitlnala
lrnnmiiilin) ami alllail ihrnnlr f
frllnn nf Ihr thmst ami In 'inrlildl
r.uca in mam In'Kiirrs aiirh
rondlllnna, spprrntlv. lisvr vlclded
romfla t II
in .i i-ur rliiiaclal la nut nf
It iH huii In nrilrr. nr ii-n.l ilirrct
Ctftnaaa I akaratary, fklladalpklH
JUOs ri-c VYmsj
School ilibttiit No C k 111 reielve
colrd bids at tlie oifice of the clerk
until s y ni , pYti. sib, !9lti. for loo
cerds rf annul, uf tltlier bod) Ur,
oak or laurel. Same to be delivered
at nehunl billdiiiKs, between Ma 1st
1918, and Ausust lr.ib, 116. Mi
uOrJ nluatp be cut from live trees
Garb juii-k to be four feet lpV and
not lew that? iJy,ht Inches or mori-
ban 13 lf?ejii in (Ijamcter. Wood to
bo insured ou the (sounds 9y .larR.
sen rj)uoj,caler oi s ihh-i rod ruea-
li-cs, and all iaatta.iurnieLU to l.
Ft.-,f,.rv to bo(il Dfrbs.
TAe hoard reserv the rluut to rfoi
let aus or all vw.t.
n H SI'fK'E. O
iHvBrariuiAx aito caii co
j ItVitt, Medford da(D except Sua-
day for Ashd. Talent, and Phoenix
. at 8 a. tiQ u 50 a. m.. 1 -ty, j:,
13 il and 5.15 p. m. Also ouSat-
i urday a ll 15 p. m. SuBtiayaHeQs
j 10 a m.p4 p. ro. and :S p. m,
t Leave Ashland for Medford dally
eieepi Sundav t 9 a tn , 150. 8:39,
3 30, i 45 and 6 is p rn. Sunday
leave AMiHr.d n 1 a m i an .&
AND KIDNEYS HURT
Take a glau of Salts to fltuh Kidneys
if Bladder bother yon-Drink
lots of water.
Eating meat rrjriilarly eventually pro
dtiees kidney trouble In aomo form or
Ker, says a well-known authority, I
name the urbs acbl In meat exeites the
kidneys, they beeeeuj overworked) get
shipgiihi clog up and cause nil sorts ol
dlilrcts, partlcumrly baokaclie and inu
ry in the kidney region j rheumatic twin
ires, srrero headsdhes, acid stomach, eon
sllpntlon, torpid liver, sleeplessness,
bladder and urinary Irritation.
Tlie moment your back hurts or kid
nsys aren't nctlnj right, or if bladder
lathers you, get alwut four ounces of
Jnd Salts from any good pharmacy j
take a tablespoon fill In a gloss of water
before breakfnst for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This famous
salts ifl made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for gencratlcns to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity also toncutralbetho
neids in the urine so It no longer irri
tatcs, thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts cannot injuro anyone j
makes n delightful effervescent lithia
water Arlnk which millions of men nnd
women take now and then to keep tho
kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus
avoiding serious kidney disease.
Milney Troubles Utnrl. Miiironl Men
mid Women, Old nail Yoasi;.
Kidney Ills seise voting and old
Often como with little warning
Children suffer lu their ea:!' war
Can't control the kidney eomtioni
(ilrls aro languid, nervous, suffer
Woiiiun worry, ean't do dull) work.
.Men have lame and nchlng backs
IC you have any form of kidnci
You must reach the rnuse Hie
Dorii'm Kidney I'llts uro fof weuW
Have brought relief tn Mediord
Medford leatlmony provos It.
Mrs. Mnry Wlntorhadlor, 812 N
Palm St., Medford, ' "Not onl
have I used Doan'a Kidney Pills m
tolt with good rosulta but I nlso know
of others who have used them with
Biiccoes. 1 am a firm bellover In the
merit of Doan'a Kldnoy Pills. 1 have
never been hothorod by m buck or
kidneys since I took this medicine
about four years ago."
Price nOc, at all dealers. Don't
simply aak for n kldnev remeih et
Doan'a Kidney Pills- the same that
Mrs. Wlnterhadler had. Foster Mil
burn Co., Props , Huffalo. X Y. dv
" mSTlUCT ATTOHNHV
1 horoby announce .that I have
filed my declaration of Intention to
become a cnndldato for tho repub
lican nomination for tho office of
District Attorney for Jackson county,
Oregon, subjoct to the decision of the
republican party, at th( primary elec
tion to bo held May 19, 1916.
G. M. UOUEKTS.
Deputy County Treasurer Myrt'-i
W. Hlnkely, announces tier candidal
for tho office of county treasurer.
I hereby announce my candidal
on the republican ticket for the of
fice of county treasurer, to bo vote 1
on it the coiiiIiik primaries. I have
Jietd the MtIon na deputy iu till
office for thu past year and am co'
Mdent that I an fulfill the did"?
connect. d therewith.
I served ttvo years as deputy conn
ty rrcotder before taking the pot
tion u di'imty connty treasurer, '
have al) had ti-erleiue as ucio'iii'
ant for i-everal eorporatlonii, such i
the Medford Concrete Construction
conipauy and Medford Ice and M"r
nKe irjinjian. before taKlnp up tiui'
tv work and will ;i tb.it w la
record la epen for liiBariftm lo t
voters of .laeksun county.
If nominated und eloiUM I atlt eoe
tlnue to serve tlu pu'dir Just u ef .
riently in the fnure 0" I hove lu t'
past. .MYIIT1 C, W lU,AKKI.fcV
"l'"'l'i D ti' l '! eji i , Mill I H
A Man aad;
A0utual Masterpiece lu f''
reels, presenting O
IIK.MtY WOODIll ll'
U jHUular romantic utar.
There is also a gocoiiii(l mi ''
same prograr) O
XOT1C The Star la show ins c
''est plurea fn the?Sin.-i. . -
hho a new one $Wn da ll ti.i
V ''- ' ' I ll I 'll Mir. - , I
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Corooerl nnd 10 ""O p m